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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
Alternate title: Milton press gazette
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Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Creation Date: April 8, 2006
Publication Date: 1984-
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INSIDE


Milton High junior Adam Allen
has been selected as First Team
All State in Class 4-A to head a
list of honorees in Santa Rosa
County.
See SPORTS, Page I B.


NEWS


BRIEFS

Health Unit offers
cancer screenings
The Santa Rosa CountN
Health Department. along with
the Florida Breast and Cer\ ical
Cancer Early Detection
Program. are no" offering free
or lo%% cost cancer screenings.
The Pap smears are for
women aded 50 to 64 %% ho meet
screemnjn:2 ,2nieLlne< to holp in
the earl:, detection of cervical
cancer.
Women \\ho quality for the
program must not have avail-
able health insurance -which
would co\er the cost of the
e\amr
The exams are being
offered at the department's clin-
ics in Milton. Nlidw\a\. and Ja\.
Cer\ ical cancer i- one of
the most treatable -ersions of
the disease and the easiest to
screen for in \ominen arid is
totally curable if caught earl\.
ULnfortunatel\. officials
note. the risk of getting cer\ ical
cancer increases w ltli age in
women wlho often ,top ha, ing
regular pelt ic e\amls after the\
- tuni 5 .
Experts say ,omnen need
S regular Pap smears throughout
S menopause and for the remain-
der of dieir lies.
For more information
regarding the lifesa\ in, tests or
t6 request a free screening, all
v.omen between the ages of 50J
and 6-1 are encouraged to call
the Santa Rosa Count\ Health
Department at c)$3-5201.1 ext
., 139.
;Peanut producers
offer scholarships
The Florida Peanut
Producers Association has to
$1.200i cholarsl-ips available to
local students
The program i, curreritlk
accepting applications.
For an application. contact
the FPPA office at 2 41 Penn
A\e.. Suite 1. Marianna. FL: or
call S50ii 526-2590.


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A bitter pill:


Medicare's new prescription drug program hits pharmacists hard


By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazette S/tal 7 writer
It's no secret that Medicare
Part D prescription drug cover-
age enrollment has been con-
fusing for patients...but area
pharmacists say the process is
also hiding some local drug-


stores-nght in the waller.
Part D offers seniors go% -
ernment-subsidized private
insurance coverage for drugs.
Enrollment is guaranteed-
but each policy is different. and
finding the best option depends
on each patient's specific pre-
scription mix.


"It was confusing for all the
people participating." notes
Paul Adams. of Adams
Pharmacy. "Espectally the eld-
erly."
Patients ha\e over 40 insur-
ance companies to choose from.
Each must provide a basic
Nledicare:"Standard Plan" level


of service.
But each insurance
provider offers its own mix of
covered drugs. called a "formu-
lar.""
"-You would think the%
should be similar." says Adams.
"Ever; single one of them- is
different."


County to pinpoint sales tax referendum


By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gaza:tt StaffW T-irt ,
When Santa Rosa commnis-
sioners gather Monday as a
"Committee of the Whole,"
they'll be working out the
details of a proposed one-per-
cent sales tax.
Thetax must be approved
by voters, and will likely be
placed on this- fall's ballot.
Early indications are the tax
will expire in ten years, and will
be used strictly for .roadway
improvements.
Official County estimates
predict that, if approved, the


sales tax will generate $183
million over the next ten years.
Franchise fees (from elec-
tricity and cable bill surcharges)
are expected to garner another
$31.5 million, and impact fee's
will add $111.9 million. offi-
cials predict.
Santa Rosa's Public
Services Department previous-
ly released a 10-year, i$1 billion
transportation project list to be
implemented if the tax passes.
Heading up that list:
improving Pace's five points
intersection.
The list also includes a new


roadway connector between
Hwy. 90 and Willard Norris Rd.
(near Bell/School Lanei. $19
million toward an east-west col-
lector road in Navarre, widen-
ing five miles of East Bay
BId., and a Planning
Development and Engineering
studN on the best way to 4-land
and re-route Hwy. 90 through
downtown Milton.
If the tax does not pass,
County Public Service .officials
say they'll reevaluate the plan
and republish it.
A previous referendum,
that failed to pass in 2002,


included a $42 million court-
house project.
This time, "say leaders,
.they're keeping things simple.
"I don't want the court-
house on this tax issue at all,"
notes Commission Chair Bob
Cole.
"I want it strictly for roads
and drainage. I don't intend to
include the [proposed] judicial
center in this conversation."
Cole says he hopes to see
the tax pass, so roadway proj-
ects can get underway.
"We need to get it through
See VOTE, Page 5A.


The fun continues


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The Santa Rosa County Fair continues through Sunday at the fairgrounds in east Milton. The event includes lots of activities like
bungee jumping (as Adam Heldmyer shows in the above, left photo). Pa Caboodlestopper (above, right) peddles his way through the
fairgrounds with his long, long legs. (Below) A Bengal Tiger, part of the Spectacular Bengal Tiger show, enjoys a moment playing "ball."
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin
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It can take patients a long
time to figure out which plan is
best for their particular pre-
scription mix.
Enrollment opened last
November. and the program
officially began January 1.
But the enrollment process
See PILL, Page 5.4.


Magazine

confirms


our area's

growth
If you needed an\ proof
about the rampant growth in
Sjnra Rosa Count. ou need
look no farther than the April
edition of Fhai.tda Tand maga-
zine.
The influx of 1.S90 people
who mo\e to Florida e% ery- day
has made Santa Rosa County
the second fastest growing
county in the state-only out-
done by Osceola Counrty. say s
the magazine', article.
The latest figures on
erowth-wiho is moving here
and % here the\ are migrating
fromn-has sparked the .'tten-
ton ot Santa Rosa Counts
Commissioner Don Salter.
Salter. one of the county's
authors of the "Better Santa
Rosa Plan". an outline for deal-
ing \ idi growth o\er a 10-\ear
See INAG.ZlNE. Pg. F 5..


Highway 90

work set for

this summer
B1 JEFF EVERTS
Press Ga-:etr Staffl iii ith
For those of you wondenng
when you aught begin seeing
repavinrg work on Highw\a 901)
in MNldtonr. ou are not alone.
MNan' ha\e questioned
when the actual \work would
begin and howk much %.oe it
nught add to their daJul com-
mutles.
According to Ed Blacklaon.
\who is o erseeing the project.
things are currently running
shightly behind schedule.
Blackmon now sa\s the
project to resurface the 1.9-mile
stretch of road should begin in
late May.
�"They are out there doing
sur\e\i work and ordering sup-
plies, but the\ won't be ready to
do the paying until about the
third week in 'May," says
Blackmon.
According to 'DOT
spokesperson Tanya Kindig, the
$1 5 million project, which
began preliminary work on
March 6 will take approximate-
I six\ months to complete.
It n.':i onl', in.olve:, resur-
facing H-glha, 90. but also
median and turn lane modifica-
tions along the route
According to Kindig, infor-
mation on the resurfacing proj-
ect will also be posted on the
DOT website.
Kindig says motorists can,
and should, expect lane clo-
sures during the hours paving is
taking place.
However Blackmon says
contractor Anderson Columbia
will try to limit lane closures to
evening and night-time hours to
minimize traffic congestion
when possible.
"The contract states there
can be no lane closures from 7
See PAVING, Page 6A.







Page 2-A The Santa Rasa Press Gazette Saturday April 8, 2006


Santa Rosa Counti loses its
celebrations. As each area of
the diverse counr\ continues to
gro%% and find its o\ n identity.
traditions begin.
In 1994. the Pace
Presbyterian Church started just
such a tradition. And this week-
end, it continues with the annu-
al Pace Scottish Festival and
Highland Games.
The church itself is located
on eight acres of land originally
donated in 1971. More than 20
years "later. the church \%as
Sounded' in the cafeteria of the
S.S. Dixon PrimarN School.
T\\o ears later, the "growing
congregation mo\ed into a tem-
porar modular building on the
current church property. and
%%as official chartered by the
Presbvtery of Florida as as 43rd
church." according to organiz-
ers.
In 1998. the new church
building \\as dedicated, %%ith a
membership of 160 people.
The Pace Scottish Festixal
and Highland Games \\ill be
held on that tery same Church
property, beginning at 9 a.m.
The Festi cities - ill include:
* Bagpipe Band
* Highland Games
* Dog Obedience
Demon-strations
* Dog Agill[\
Demonstrations
* Live Celtic Music
* Scottish Countr\
Dancing
* Irish Step Dancing
Demonsu-ations
* Highland Dancing
Demonstrations
*Plenty of kilts for ever\ one
to see.


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In past games, competitions have included events like the caper toss. To see more caper tossing, other
events and men in kilts, make plans to attend this weekend's Scottish Festival and Highland Games.
(File photo)


While man\ of these events
\\ill entertain adults and chil-
dren alike. there are specific
activities for the Noungsters
Pace is not the onl\ Florida
location for the popular games
and festi' ities. Across the State.


from Tallahassee to Tampa. the
e\ent is held in a arinety of for-
mats-most offering the same
type of celebration and games,
but indi, idual to each area.
It is estimated thousands
%%ill attend the weekend e\ent.


The church is located at 4587
Woodbine Rd., Pace. The cost
is $5 w which covers admission
for eter'one in a car.
For additional information.
call 1850i Mike Cassad\ at 995-
4971.


Scottish Festival begins today


County Government

COUNTY COMMISSION
* District 1: Tom Stevart. Pace. FL 32571: Phone: 932-'
1340.
* District 2: Bob Cole, 8651 Riverstone Rd.. Milton 32583:
phone 983-1877.
* District 3: Don Salter. 6000 Chumuckla HHw.. Pace. FL.
32571: phone 994-6426.
* District 4: Gordon Goodin: 6467 A.enida De Galves,
Navarre. 32566: phone 939-4949.
* District 5: John Broxson. 6495 Caroline St. Suite M.
Milton 32570. phone 932-1340.
The Santa Rosa County Commission meets at 9:00 a.m.
on both the second and fourth Thursday of each month. The
leaders meet in committee at 9:00 a.m. on Monday's pre-
ceeding the Thursday meetings. Meetings are held in com-
mission chambers of the Administrative Complex on
High\vay 90. Phone 983-1877 for information or to reach
commissioners in their offices.


State Government

* Representative Greg E\ers: 5224 Willing St.. Milton
32570 983-5550 Email evers.greg@leg.state.fl.us
* Senator Durell Peaden Jr.. 598 N. Ferdon Blvd. Suite 100.
Cresiview. 32536. 850-689-0556 - sun com-675-7930
* Governor Jeb Bush: PL05 The Capitol. 400 S. Monroe St.,
Tallahassee, FL 32399 1850i 488-4441. Email: fl_go\er-
nor@ myflorida.com


Federal Government

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
* Rep. Jeff Miller: 324 Cannon House Office Building.
Washington. D.C. 20515: phone i local 4-79-1183:
(DC) (l202) 225-4136: E-mail: wvvw.house.gov/jeffmiller
SENATE
* Senator Mel Martinez: P.O. Box 536176 Orlando.FL
32853-6176 phone 1.4071) 897-3130 fax (4071 897-8595
* Senator Bill Nelson: Room 571. Hart Senate Office
Building. Washinmton. D.C., 20510: phone i202j 224-5274,
Sfax) 1202 1 224-8022.
WHITE HOUSE
* President George Bush: The White House, 1600
Pennsylvania Ave.. Washington. D.C. 20500: phone 1202)
456-1414. Email at:president@t'whitehouse.gov.
* Vice President Dick Cheney: Office of the Vice President,
White House. 1600 Pennsylvania A\e.. Washington. D.C..
20500; phone i202) 456-1414.


County Government

SCHOOL BOARD
* District 1: Kenneth Smith, 5700 Camelia St.. Milton
32570, 623-4395.
* District 2: Hugh Winkles. 5684 Nicklaus Lane, Milton
32570. 623-6299
* District 3: Diane Coleman. 9400 Octavia Lane. Navarre
32566. 939-2661.
* District 4: JoAnn J. Simpson, 5059 Faircloth Street, Pace
32571.994-5446
* District 5: Edward Gra 11I- 10 Gilmore Dr. Gulf Breeze,
FL 32561 850-932-6287
The Santa Rosa Counts School Board meets at 6:30 p.m.
on the 2nd and 4th Thursday at 5086 Canal St., Milton.
Phone: 983-5000.


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Saturday April 8, 2006


Page 2-A


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The Santa Rosa Press Gazetle





By JEFF EVERTS
Press Gazetie Sita/fl"iter
Milton's City Council %%ill
honor a distinguished local citi-
zen and philanthropist Tuesday.
Ho%'ard Burris, founder of
Bagdad-based Hom/Ade foods
and Mary B Biscuits. %\ill
receive a Certificate of
Recogniion from the Council
for his "man\ acts of generosity\
'%wiLhin the local community' "
These include pro% hiding the
land and construction mone.
for the recently-announced
Santa Rosa Kid's House-to be
located on the comer of Stewart
and Hinote Streets.
As a young man. Burris
%was the first to grow soybeans
in the state of Arkansas while
he was a member of the 4-H
Club there.
He had hoped to be a
farmer, like his father. until his
first crop died and that. he says.
%was it for farming.
Burris. whose nickname is
Boots, moved to this area from
Arkansas at the age of 17 with
\what is said to have been $7.04
in his pockets.
Before retiring. Burns held
several jobs in the area includ-
ing being both a liquor sales-
Sman and a mortician.
Tw\o weeks after he retired.
his 'wife Man told him to go
and find a job because he was
dri ine her craz\.
Burns then landed on the
notion he would like to manu-
facture dumplings to be sold in
retail stores.
In 1984. \irnn-Dixie
became the first major retail
operation to sign on w ith Burris
to distribute his products and
* the company\ grew from there.
In 199S. Bums became the
first manufacturer to put frozen
biscuits in retail stores,. naming
them "Mary B Biscuits" 'in
honor of his wifee w\ho had
.recently passed a.iay from can-
cer.
That is wt hen he niet a man
. named Greg Low enry who ran a
broker .e busines- in
Benton lle. Arkansas. al-o the
home of \\al-Mart.
"One of m\ employ ees
%went `with Howard to call on
Wal-Mart and see if they would
carr\ his biscuits." Lower\
,: sa\ s
S "Wal-aMar's first order
from Howard aas eight truck
loads of biscuits and once the\
started selling., the\ were 'en


Howard Burris (right) is shown here receiving a plague from the
Santa-Rosa County Chamber of Commerce earlier this year. Now,
the successful businessman is set to receive more accolades-this
time from the City of Milton.
(file photo)


successful."
The friendship between
Bunis and Lotterv grew. result-
ing in the decision for Lowern
to come onboard at Man B
Biscuits as the company. 's
President and CEO.
Lowtren sass he saw, some-
thing in Burris that made him
appreciate the man esen more.
"Howsard definitely has an
attitude...but it's a positive atti-
tude." Los ern sa\s.
"He is a \ern selfless per-
son. a swealths man that thinks
of others more than himself. In
fact. I'm not sure lie e\en thinks
of himself."
Los ern mentions one
recent example in which Burns
provided for a fanul. at
Chnrstmas
"Ho\ward did all the shop-
piiig hirnisclf and bought not
onl wvhat the\ wanted. but
what the\ 'needed includiiig
trash bags to clean up after-
w ard." said Low ern.
--He bought presents, food,
and ekernthing and then deli\-
ered it himself."
Lottern sa\s it's that type
of community spirit that
endears Burris. who lives by
himself. to everyone he meets.


"That's just ty pical of
How\ ard because he puts eenr-
one else first." Low\ern states.
�"I would lote for him to be
ms ne\t door neighbor."
Lowtern cited another recent
example of Bums" generosity.
which caused Loswern a fesw
moments of concern.
"I knew he wasn't feeling
\en \well. so my wife and I
called him on a Saturday and
said %we were bringing him a
sandwich for lunch," relates
Loss ern.
"He said he had alreadN
eaten something, but to come
by the house an\%a'.."
When the\ arrived at the
home. there w\as no answer at
the door, alarming Lowern and
making him think something
night hate happened to Burris
after their telephone con'.er ion.
In reality, Lowsers came to
find that Burris had stepped out
to take lunch to the woman run-
ning the company's Bagdad
plant. She w\as working on what
would hase been her das off.
Others swho have benefited
from Burris' generosity. o% er the
\ears. according to Loswer\.
include the United Way and the


NCUA


Santa Rosa School District-
Lower. has pro% ided a scholar-
ship to ever school in the dis-
trict.
Burns also holds a special
place in his heart for Rela\ for
Life in honor of his w life's bat-
de with cancer.
According to Lotery.
Burris still sits his w\ life's
gravesite three times per %week,
e'en after 10 \ears, to .place
fresh flowers and trnm the erass
%when needed.
Lo`werv describes Burris as
a man who sees work and
hobby as being one in the same.
"Howard ,works six days a
week and sees no difference
between the two." says Lowen.
"The President and CEO of
his company. ILow\ern l onl\
\works fise days so there is
something ,\ rong there."
Lowery also adds that
Burnms is in no \% a a materialis-
tic person.
"Hosward does not spend
mone\ on himself and that has
aluhwas impressed me." Lowern
states.
Loswern sas the area's


newest benefactor of Burris'
generosity is the recently
announced .'Santa'Rosa Kid's
House' which is designed to
assist children who are either
ph\ sicall\ or sexually abused.
According to LoverN. w\ho
is also Chairman of the Board
for the Kid s House, the new'
facility might not have become
a reality without Burris'
invol ement.
"Howard saw\ that %e were
struggling to get funding for the
house." says Low\er'v.
"One day we %were flying
together on a plane and How ard
said he would build the Kid's
House for us. w which was a \\ on-


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derful gesture on his part."
Indeed. Burris not only pur-
chased the property the Kid's
House %will occupy. but is also
providing the mone\ to build
the facility. which Lowen esti-
mates could top $1 million
Lowt ery sai\s the Santa Rosa
Kid's House .ill be named in
honor of NMan Louise Burris,
How hard's \wife.
"The Santa Rosa Kid's
House is something Howard
\wants to do for the count\ and
reinforce his commitment to his
wife." says Lo' ery.
."It's an honor to name the
house on her behalf."
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It's worth a look
Maybe it is time for Santa Rosa County offi-
cials to evaluate their contract x ith primately-oper-
ated Rural Metro ambulance service.
While many observers ma. sa\. "if it's not
broken don't fix it". and "don't throw the baby out
with the bathwater",. reviewing the contract and
offering options that may enhance response umes
are things our elected officials should consider.
We're certainly sure ambulance sen ice can be
anything we want. but at what cost? Let's all
remind ourselves that the current-and accept-
able-ser' ice doesn't cost the taxpayers of Santa
Rosa Count) a single dime. Rural Metro's contract
calls for user fees and Santa Rosa County pays
nothing to pro\ ide emergency transportation.
The consulting firm of Fitch and Associates
has been hired to evaluate ambulance needs for the
area and, hopeful. that means not only today, but
also well into the future.
Rural Metro's performance is undisputed,
which leads many to wonder wh\ not simple) re-
sign with this reputable company-especially
since our tax dollars aren't being used to provide
this critical service.
The issue arose as a result of a request from
representatives of the MNidway Fire Department to
operate their ow n ambulance service. *
Rural Metro sa's that,. based on its financial
formula, splintering the service would result in not
only a new\ contract, but also possibly the count\
subsidizing the operation.
%We suspect that %what counts commissioners
\%ill learn is that response time can be shortened.
but that such a mo'e %will require additional ambu-
lances as well as more trained personnel.
And the County \ ill be probably be advised to
continue offering the serx ice to a private provider
and for the county to not contemplate assuming the
responsibility.
We doubt the evaluation \\ill suggest splinter-
ing the ser ice among fire departments due to the
potential of boundary disputes.
W\Vith all the issues facing our elected officials.
S \e believe providing criucal emergency transport
is certainly something for Santa Rosa to consider
handling itself.
And, we must point out. Rural Metro's rela-
tionship and performance has not been in question
for most of its decade of service to Santa Rosa
County.
If the Finch findings are accurate, and we ha\e
no doubt they \%ill be, cormiussioners will proba-
bly find Rural Metro is doing an acceptable job.
Then, if commissioners choose to enhance present
service, changes %will come with future contract
talks and the possibility of county subsidization.
If what Finch offers w ill onl\ improve the
quality of our ambulance ser, ice it would be irre-
sponsible for our elected officials to ignore it.
That's the easy part. Deciding on \what options to
take will certain require some serious thought.
As we said before. \ke are certain response
times can be shortened to \hate'er we \,ant, but
there \\ill be a cost. Wtll Santa Rosa citizens be
\\ killing to absorb more costs to shorten that time?
Or. in the end. will we simply deicde that what
we've had all along %was good enough'?
Those are all interesting questions to ponder.
but...
What %\ill be e\en more interesting \ ill be to
hear is what the new% bottom line cost ends up
being. It's at least worth a look.


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EDITORIAL & OPINIONS


What's up with GMU?


By V1ALTER WILLIA.MS
Special to the Santa Rosa Press GazetteL
George Mason Lin\%ersiit 's basketball team broke
into national pronunence, going all the \\a\ to the
NCAA Final Four matchup but losing to the red hot
University of Flonda Gators. The
Parnots' stellar performance this
season is emblematic of the
entrepreneurship and risk taking
that lone has been a feature of
the UTniersit\.
In 1980. when I left Temple
LUnilersits to oin George NlMason
Liniversity's Economics
Department. it as a little kno'n n
school in northern Viritnia. Dr.
George Johnson. also from
Temple Unixersity. was presi-
dent. In an earl\ meeting,. to set- WALTER
tie my dispute '%ith one of the WILLIAMS
deans. I learned that Dr Johnson
\\as an entrepreneur \\ith a \ision. In 19,3. Dr. Jim
Buchanan, a former mentor during m\ doctoral stu-
dent days at UCLA. \\as enticed to join our econom-
ics department. bringing \ ith him se eral members of
the Center for Studs of Public Choice that he founded
at Virminia Pol technic Institute. In 19'-6. Dr.
Buchanan won the Nobel Prtze in Economics
In 1986. Henry Manne .x\as offered the deanship
at our la\\ school..At the time. the la\\ school a s less
than nondescript, v. ith most of the faculty ha\ ing onlh
a tangential academic relationship v. lh the school.
Mr. Manne \\as given complete control over hiring
and firing. He hired legal scholars,. established the
La\x & Economics Center and laid the groundwork
for GMU La\< School to become a first-rate law
school. Toda\. GMLU Lav. School is in the nation's top
tier of la%\ schools. According to the latest L.S News
& World Report's "America's Best Graduate Schools
2007." GMU La%\ School ranks 37th among 193 lak%
schools. One uniqueness of our law school is that its
professors rexere and respect the U.S. Constitution.
In 1995. m\ colleagues asked me to become
department chairman, and I reluctantly accepted. Our
department as under siege b\ a hostile administra-
tion because ie all shared characteristics that don't go
oler %well in today 's, academy\ : we are libertarian-lean-
ing free market economists. MNI confrontational


Think of the children

FMi: RAYMOND JOHNS
Dear Editor:
This is to Mr. Condo Condor and other av. ful offi-
cials...
Wh\ do \ ou , -ant e\ erythirng. but what \you need'
.To our leaders, \\\hy do \ou continue to make
unw ise contracts \ ith people from the outside \\ho
are looking into the fIailute of our :hildren's luttuie
outcome? You've let them bring the whiskey. Next,
" ill you let them condemn Blackw water Ri\er. which is
the only place in Northv.est FHlorida o. here you can.
still fish ' without ha\ into have a pass?
\\e \o0t let them build \all'- condos, next you'll
be letting the homoseI',iua and lesbians have that they
call a gay da\ on Blackuaiei. Why v'on't you get
together and do something for our children?
Everything that is being done is for the rich man.'
Ha' e -ou not heard. \v hat does it profit a man to gain
the whole world and lose his soul?
*Greed for money\ causes madness and makes a
fool of ones self. There's no good in it.
The people who you are trying to stop for the help
ol others is \v hat you don't want, but is '\ hat you need.
The only love these outsiders have is the love of
i0one1. Milton, soon, will be back to its first name,
Hell.


stance as chairman didn't endear me to the adminis-
tration. I decided that the only wavy to improve our
department was to "pnratize" it - go out and raise
money With the help of my colleagues,. generous
donors and a ne" dean. we built a first-rate depart-
ment. In 2001, the last .ear of m termnn as chairman.
Dr. Vernon Snuth and six of his colleagues at the
University of Arizona's Economic Science
Laboratory joined our department. A year later. Dr.
Smith became GMU's second Nobel Pnze-w inner.
You sa\. "\What's up. Williams? I thought [we're
talking about GIMU basketball!" For GNU's basket-
ball team. knocking off several of the nauon's top-
ranked teams is in itself a stellar performance. Going
from no one's guess to being in the Final Four is
indicative of some of George Mason Unikersity's
entrepreneurslup. Coach Jim Larranaga and his staff
used "hat my colleagues. Professors Peter Boettke
and Alexander Tabarrok. in their Slate.com article
"The Secret of George Mason." called the Mone\ ball
model of recruitment. Larranaga knows that he can't
compete for freshmen players with the likes of
UCLA. Duke. Wake Forest and other top-ranked
teams. Boettke and Tabarrok sa\ he overcame that
obstacle by hunting "for the undervalued players -
the ones-w\ho e'er.None else thought were too short,
too thin. or too fat - and then building them into a
team. In its astonishing defeat of LiConn. GMU's
players \\ere giving away 4 inches at nearly\ ever,.
position." , ,
After this season, it's just possible that the GLiU
Patriots %kill be able to hold its. o\n against top
schools, as does the economics department and law\
school, in recruiting basketball players. Singer Ray
Charles pointed to the problem in his hit song. "Them
That's Got," which say s, "That old say ing them that's
got is them thai gets is something I can't see. If \ou
got to have something before you can get something.
ho\w you get your first is still a mystery to me."
George Mason Liniersity basketball, as well as la%\
and economics, has solved Ray Charles' master\ We
have something.
Walter E. Williams is a professor of economics at
George Mason Uni\ersitN. To find out more about
Walter E. Williams and read features by other
Creators Syndicate writers and cartoonists, visit the
Creators Syndicate Web page at wv vyv.creators.com.

COP RIGHT 2006 CREATORS SYNDICATE, INC.


Our children don't een ha'e a reason to want to
grow utip and become leaders. This used to be a great
place to liie.
There is no focus on the youth. Once a 'ear. they
might get a Christmas parade. but sooner or later.
some outsider %kill ha\ e that stopped.
Someone needs to say that our children are in
need.
Forget the condos Let's build a big nice park,
along the Blackiantei so %ke can hate the interest of
our children at heart. That might get them off the
Internet and put some happiness in their hlies.
The\ knova what they need, but you won't giYe
them \what the\ need because self has a hold on you.
The dollar is k\hat thinks for you.
When thls developer and others have come and
gone. and the mayhem is left behind, our children
(w ho are overlooked) \%ill sill be here.
The churches and schools need to sit dow n and
shut up because they are not paying any attention to
the needs of the youth. All the\ w:ant is a pay raise and
let the children teach themselves.
We have a failing leadership in our government
and schools. Do any of.you know just how many chil-
dren aie failing each year?
Some of them don't have sense enough to pull up
their clothes or know how to respect their elders.
All of this comes from 'the dollar.


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You Spoke Out,

Santa Rosa...
Thursday. 9:31 a.m.
This is John. Im talking
about the article in the April 5
issue "Slipping through the
Cracks." The article deals with
mobile home residents and their
problems of dealing with hurri-
cane recover. I'd like to see the
government come up with a lo16
or no-interest loan program to
help such people get their homes
fixed.

Wednesday. S:09 p.m.
This is Wanda. I still want the
post office to answer a question:
under their o\n law i255.1i
access to ser\ ices is guaranteed.
Wh\ are they comply ing \with
that?

Tuesday . 9:43 p.m.
This is Thomas. I'm calling
about the people going to our
beaches that don't know what the
flags mean. Don't these people
dri\e? Don't the\ knox\ w hat red.
yellow and green means? These
people need to wake up.

Tuesday. 9:26 p.n.
This is Jesse. I'd like to com-
ment on the condos in Milton. It
would be fine and dandy if they
will stop in Milton along the
Blackwater. But we knowv they
won't. They'll just keep destroy -
ing and taking until there is noth-
ing left.

Tuesday, 7:04 a.m.
This is Linda I'm comment-
ing on the development planned
for the Blackwater Ri\er. The
other day. another read', said how
great it would be to see a condo
sky-line as \ou come into the city
Please, if you want to see a sky-
line like that. mo\e to a big city.
Why destroy the waterfront. the
onli thing Milton has going for it.
Leave the crass,. leave the trees.
There is such an appeal to that
because 'ou don't find it an\ -
\\here else. There aren't enough
roads to take care of more people
in the Milton area any\a\. Please.
let's don't do this or we'll just
look like every other community
in Florida.

Monday. 2:10 p.m.
This is Da\i d. I'd like to talk
about the Santa Rosa Comnmunity
School program. Last Thursday.
the East Milton branch had more
than 50 children. The\ had two
-workers. Isn't this a2ailnst rules? [
think something should be done.
These workers are o er"iorked
and I don't see how they can pro-
vide safe daycare.

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,Pill
L" Continued From Page One.
:PIas been plagued by delays and
-confusion.
:. In the meantime, patient
-.prescriptions must still be tilled.
Most pharmacies provide
medication on credit, until eli-
gibility kicks in.
During imtial enrollment.
that "credit" hit smaller, inde-
pendent drugstores especially
hard. say local pharmacists. and
some are still recovering finan-
cially.
At the same time that phar-
macies are dispensing "free"
drugs. they must still pay their
normal costs to replace their
stock.
David Winkles. of Winkles
Phannacy. estimates that during
the transition, he spent between
$150.000 and $200.000 out of
pocket, before reimbursements
began to flow in.
To compound the problem.
says Winkles. stockroom
replacement bills arrive e\ery
15 dals...uhile Medicare pay-
ments are arriving in 45-day
cycles.
The normal wait for insur-
ance reimbursement is three to
four weeks, Adams agrees.
But Part D payments, he
says. are taking longer to come
through-even with the same
insurance companies handling
,them.
"It's not uncommon to wait
six weeks for reimbursement,"
says Adams.
"It's hard catching up."
.Winkles observes. "The only
w,ay to do it would be to close
, your door and wait for the
,[reimbursement] checks to
come in."
Paperwork processing
delays and mishandled applica-
tlions continue to compound
financial problems for local
drugstores.
Eeren day,. more patients
" become Medicare-eligible,
Winkles points out. with associ-
ated reimbursement gaps.
All the inter\iewees for this
article say they'll continue to
honor prescriptions until pay-
ments can be worked out
But some fear administra-
ti\e issues could worsen their
existing cash floNw concerns.
Winkles says he believes
reimbursement gaps have
already pushed some drugstores
out of business.
"It's going to close a lot of
independent pharmacies," he
predicts.
He says he'd like to have
seen the program phased in
eradually. instead of all at once.
"The\ should ha'e tested
,it...to make sure the system
was going to workk" he
remarks. "The cash flow would
not ha\e been so crippling. We
could ha\e eased people in."
And once they are in. say
local pharmacists, profits may
not make up for existing cash
flow gaps.
W\\hile insurance companies
stand to make a ud\ profit from
the Part D program,. local phar-
macists say those profits aren't
trickling down to independent
drugstores.
Pharmacists report that
reimbursement levels are actu-
all\ lower than before Pan D
kicked in.
Drug wholesale costs, on
the other hand. have not


dropped, cutting profit margins
for retailers.
Reimbursements hae
reduced by as much as five
times, depending on the drug in
question, according to some
reports.
"Margins ha'e changed."
says Adams. "For the most part.
it's a pretty big difference."
"Our margins are a lot
smaller:' Winkles concurs.
Drug pricing is determined
through a maze of industry con-
tracting processes,. says
Winkles', that do not include
pharmacists.
"We hate no control o\er
prices. You either take.the con-
tract or you don't take the con-
tract. There's not much negoti-
ating going on." Winkles notes.


Magazine

Continued From Page One.
period. says he feels the recog-
nition is based on good job
growth and the fact that he and
other elected officials ha\e
%worked hard to become a busi-
ness-friendly county.
This sales pitch approach
has lured the type of people that
enhance the quality of newcom-
ers Salter says. NMan\ have high
incomes and education that fits
the qualifications required for
the type of jobs coming to Santa
Rosa County, says Salter.
"This is evident in our
industrial park which is quickly
running out of room because of
the t\pe of high quality of
-industry' that is moving here,"
Salter pointed out.
And. Salter says, the counts
is pushing forward %v ith plans to
secure additional property to
accommodate other major busi-
nesses interested in locating
here.
"When we talk about indus-
try today, it means businesses
that require specific skills and
that are clearly environmentally
friendly:' says Salter.
According to ' Salter's fig-
ures. growth in "industry-relat-
ed" employ ment in Santa Rosa
County has been 84.5 percent
since 2002 from 420 to 775.
And by 2008. it is estimated
that these type of jobs vill soar
by an additional 45.3 percent.
The Floiida Trend report
also shove s Santa Rosa has one
of the lowest jobless rates-
about two percent.
"What this represents is



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Continued From Page One.
and mo\e forward \with it for
these road projects." he notes.
"We can worry about the judi-
cial center after this year."
County officials are \ork-
ing on identifying potential
properties for a future judicial
complex.
"That's as far as I'd like to
go \with the judicial center right
now." says Cole. "Let's take
one thing at a uime."
Monday's meeting happens
at 9 a.m.. in the Count\
Administrative Office auditori-
um.
Sioiv nW'tiiten by Deborah
,elson. ReachI iuer a.r:
Nelson @sr-pg.coin


"Local pharmacies have
very little, if nothing. to do % ithh
price setting. It's a take it or
leave it process for us."
Problems with reimburse-
ment and pricing. combined
with trends toward mail order
drugs, could leave local phar-
macies unable to compete.
"The comer drugstore as
%we kno" it will disappear," pre-
dicts Winkles, if those issues
are not addressed.
"It's definitely affecting
smaller pharmacies.," Adams
agrees.
Standard Part D Plan phar-
macists and users face another
set of concerns when "donut
hole" coverage gaps kick in.
The programs' coverage
stops after $2.250 has been


that as growth occurs, vve're
clearly able to create jobs for
not only the existing popula-
tion. but also the newcomers
that are arriving daily." sa\s
Salter.
He says it is very important
that if the area is expected to
maintain the quality of life now
enjoyed, it \ ill be essential for
good-paying jobs to be made
available.
"If we don't, the conse-
quences \\ill be that we'll
attract more people unable to
obtain good paying jobs and
that will lead to unemployment
and become a burden on our
county," say s Salter.
Along those lines. Salter
added. "Can "e do a better job
of continuing to create higher
pay ing jobs? Absolutely. And
that is one of our goals."
Salter says Florida has long
targeted aviation and healthcare
jobs. And, he says. Santa Rosa
has also pursued these two
fields of emploN ment.
"For example, we are
approaching the development
of the county's new aviation
park %which will. create good
paying positions. And %with the
creation of the Andrew s Sports
Clinic in Gulf Breeze, along
w ith the recent opening of the
new Sacred Heart facility in
Pace and the expansion of the
Santa Rosa Medical Center., we
are seeing many good paying
medical positions being
offered." says Salter.
Salter says he personally
feels the county has done a
good job of creating \well-pay-
ing positions and Florida Trend
magazine validates this.
"Grow th in this county twill
continue whether we want it or
not. and that is \.wh it is essen-
tial that w\e continue our 10-
year transportation plan.
Approximately\ five years
ago. the leadership of Santa
Rosa Count\ realized the coun-
t was going to continue to
grow and it wasn't going to
stop.
"That is when we devel-
oped the first-e\er long range
plan that is kno\ n as the Better
Santa Rosa Plan.
"If we want to maintain
quality of life. it is going to
require a true vision of the
future of our county and sutong
leadership by elected officials
to make some hard decisions,"
Salter sa\ s.


spent..
Patients must then pay the
full price for drugs on the next
S3.600 in costs, unless their
specific polic offers additional
coverage.
After $3.600 in out of pock-
et costs is spent. Medicaid co%-
erage resumes for 95'. of costs.
Many patients, Adams
fears. may not understand the
terms of the donut hole until it
hits them.
"Even those w ho have
picked the right program. when
they hit this area. i ill ha'e to
pay 100 percent [until high-end
co erage begins]." sa\s Adams.
"That's going to be a mad-
house." he remarks. "I feel
sorry for them...it's going to be
confusing for a lot of people."
The average uninsured,
prescription price across
America is $59, sa. s Adams.
With multiple prescrip-
tions. donut hole costs could
jump quickly .
"It's going to put some of
these people right back in the
same boat." Adams predicts.
Area pharmacies expect to
begin seeing "donut hole" gaps
appear in the July umeframe.
On the other hand. patients
with few prescriptions ma\
never run out of coverage.
Despite difficulties, phar-
macists say they believe Part D
% ill ultimately benefit patients.
"Most are still going to save
qutte a bit," says Steve
Burklo\. of Burklow
Pharmacy.
"The program has benefited
seniors who were paying a
good bit of mone\ out of pock-
el." notes Winkles.
Area pharmacists say
the\.'re hopeful existing prob-
lems can be corrected.
"I want to believe they'll go
back to the table, and e\entual-
1l work out the kinks." says
Adams. "I have a lot of hope for
this program."
Winkles says he'd like to
see Medicare speed up their
claims process.
"They need quicker
turnover." Winkles notes.
"That's our biggest battle, but
we continue to plug. we contin-


,ue to fight"
Despite transition difficul-
ties, sa\s Burklow, things are
improving.
: "It's really smoothed :out
quite a bit." he observes.
As far as advice to new
Medicare Part D users, area
pharmacists agree: patients
must shop around.
Finding the right plan
requires research and. if neces-
san. outside help.
Area pharmacies carn help
patients choose the best plan for
their specific medications.
And Medicaid offers a toll-
free number for patient assis-
tance-although those w\ho call
can expect to spend a long time
on hold.
Medicaid \\ill take pre-
scription information, and cal-
culate the top three best plans
for individual formnulary needs.
For help. call Medicaid at
1-800-633-4227 iTTY 1-877-
486-20481.
Medicare Part D open
enrollment ends Mla\ 15. and
prescription drug. patients are
ad\ ised to sign tip for an insur-


ance program before that time.
it they believe the\ need cover-
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Public Workshops to Discuss Revisions to
the Land Development Code related to the
Minor Subdivision Exemption

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

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

Santa Rosa County adheres to the Americans with Disabilities Act and will
make reasonable modifications for access to this meeting upon request.
Please call Santa Rosa County Planning, Zoning and Development Division
at (850) 981-7075 to make a request. For hearing-Impaired,
1-800-955-8770 (Voice). Requests must be received at least 48 hours in
advanced of the meeting in order to provide the requested services.
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approval processes this week.
They'll have to be reconciled
into one bill by the end of the
session, in early May.
The $70 billion House bill
includes $250.000 for a public
s, imnung pool in Milton, and
$300,000 to upgrade
Chumuckla's Community
Center and make it more hurri-
cane resistant, according to
published reports.
Both projects had been part
of a county "wish list" to leg-
islatid e delegates, last
December.
Milton has already received
a $200.000 state grant toward
the $1 million pool project.
\ which the City has matched.
That leaves about $500,000
to be funded-an amount
which may still be negotiable as
the House and Senate hash out
final numbers.
A City review committee is
in the process of reviewing
three design/build proposals for
the pool.
If funding comes through,
the pool could be opening up in
the not-too-distant future.
"If all goes well, by the end
of 2007." City Manager Donna
Adams predicts.
Both' the House and Senate
have recommended approving
$900,000 toward surface ,water
improvements in Milton.
Adams say s that's the most
cnrtical project on the list this
year, because it will keep the
City's %wastewater upgrade pro-
gram on track.
The funds \would be used to
help pay $16 million in loans
on \wastewater treatment and
other sewer collection system
projects already underxway.
The wastewater improve-
ment program \\ill ultimately
help improve the quality of area
waterways. Adams notes.
The House bill also
includes $400.000 for cleanup
and restoration %work on
Locklin Lake.
That project has $800.000
in funding already approved


and. says Adams, the project's
design phase is under way.
The Locklin project calls
for dredging lake bottom silt
and restoring the dam; and
building sedimentation removal
facilities to prevent future silt-
ing-in.
It's designed to restore the
lake's ecosystem, improve
storm.water treatment, and
reduce sediment and contami-
nation leading to the
Blackmwater Ri er.
On the County side, the
House bill recommends another
$850,000 for County stormwa-
ter master plan funding-also
part of December's original
wish list request.
Also recommended for
Santa Rosa this year: $1 million
for a planned research facility at
Gulf Breeze's Andre'ws
Institute of Orthopaedic
Science & Research.
Part of Baptist Medical
Center. the Institute's clinic
section is currently under con-
struction.
According to spokesperson
Jerry Maygarden. it %will be fin-
ished by the end of the year.
Officials predict the clinic
will attract athletes and other
patients from a variety of pro-
fessions for orthopaedic med-
ical ser\ ices.
According to last year's
budget request, the research
center segment is projected to
cost $30 million. It w ill be used
to expand the Institute's sports
medicine study program.
Maygarden notes.
The current House budget
bill also includes $600.000 for
erosion control at Jay's waste-
water treatment plant.
Back in December. Santa
Rosa officials had asked legisla-
tors for $4 million in storm
shelter and community facili-
ties (including the Chumuckla
upgrade).
Leaders had also asked for
$5 million toward a proposed
260-acre aviation park, and
$2.8 million in other communi-


Paving


Continued From Page One.
a.m. until 6:30 p.m. each
day to allo'% for traffic."
Blackmon said.
"There can also be no lane
closures during holidays and
for any special events that
would cause traffic to back up."
Blackmon says the first
phase of the project includes
the drainage, ditch. and side-
%walk improvements.
"That phase , as expected


to take about two months to
complete before we start the
milling and resurfacing work,"
Blackmon says.
According to Blackmon,
Anderson Columbia will begin
the resurfacing near Avalon
Boulevard and work east
tow ard Stewart Street %when that
phase begins.
Story written by Jeff
Everts. Reach himn at:
everts @'sr-pg.comn


ty projects.
Those included the Milion
pool, along with a City skate


park. and an East Milton horse
arena.
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Plans moving forward

for Milton Kids' House


By JEFF EVERTS
Press Gazette Staff lf -iter
As pre% iously mentioned in
the Press-Gazetre, a new facili-
ry will soon be coming to the
Milton area to help children
who have been either physical-
ly or sexually abused.
Scheduled to open on
January 1. 2007. the "Santa
Rosa Kid's House" will be a
one-stop location for abused
children's needs, according to
Assistant State Attorney
Harmon Massey. one of the
leaders of the project who also
serves on its board.
"The facility will house a
number of agencies to assist
abused children and help them
move forward in their recov-
ery." Massey said.
The Santa Rosa Kid's
House will play host to agen-
cies ranging from the
Department of Children and
Families to Lutheran Services,
a Child Protection Team. law
enforcement personnel, an
Assistant State's Attorney, and
a victim's advocate.
The 12.000 square foot
building will also house facili-
ties for medical exams, inter-
views, and depositions as well
as an orientation area to let chil-
dren get acclimated to their new\
surroundings.
"We are %working to finalize
the actual floor plan %with the
people who will be working
there," says Board Chairman
Greg Low ery.
"The Board is not going to
be %working in the house, so %we
need the workerss ' input and
have them sign off on it."
One other feature that %\ill
be located at the facility.
according to Lowery. will be a
first of it's kind Prevention
Program aimed primarily at
sexual predators.
"One of the differences
between our house and others
in the program is that I %ant to
allocate 1.000 square feet to a
preventative division," says
Low ery.
"The whole idea is to stop
these people before a crime is
committed."
Lowery hopes the preenta-
tive measure is so successful
that a potential perpetrator will
stop and think 'hey I better not
do this in this county.'
"I hope %'e can get the
information out that. not only
are we looking for you, but how%
harsh the punishment is going
to be if you are caught." Lowery
states.
S"We also need stricter rules
on dealing with these people."
Low\ery suggests a public
information campaign, much
like the 10-20-life campaign
against using guns during a


crime, might be a useful tool.
e"We need to do w whatever it
takes to make people realize.'
Nou don't want to be a perpetra-
tor in this county," Loery
adds.
He also suggests there is
one way parents can help keep.
their children safe from sexual,
predators:
"There is a website that"
only a few people know about,
and I don't know why that is:,"
says Lowery.
"It is w w. \ familywatch--
dog.u and it shows all of the
predators living wtnhin a five or-
ten mile distance of your'
house."
Lowery said. with the help:
of this website. parents v ill be
able to keep a closer eye on-
potential dangers to their chil-"
dren and help keep them safe.
"'We will also be working,,
very closely with Sheriff::
Wendell Hall. who will have
offices at the facility" Low\ery
says.
The Santa Rosa Kid's'
House is being made a realitys.
in large part. due to the gen-
erosity of local resident Howard
Burris. founder of Hom/Ade,
Foods and Mars B Biscuits.
"Mr. Burris purchased and','
donated the land the Kid's'
House \ ill occupy and also.
donated the money to build it,'
which %%ill be close to $1 mil-.
lion," states Lowers.
"However, we ,will still
need to do fundraisers to get the,
money to furnish the house and
pay for its operations."
According to Lower,. the
first of these fundraisers is ten-
tatively set for August 5 at the
Moors and v ill be a formal
event to help draw in sponsors:
for the Santa Rosa Kid's House.'
"We will need to come up'
w ith a minimum of $750.000 to.
help cover expenses." says:
Lower\.

Litter clean-up
coming April 22
Want to help make area
high\wa.s and b.yways a bitl
more beautiful...or at least a bit'
more liner-free?
Santa Rosa's Clean
Community System is seeking
volunteers for an upcoming lit-
ter cleanup.
The cleanup happens
Saturday. Apnl 22. along coun-'
ty roadways.
It's part of a nation\ ide
Great American Cleanup pro-
gram to beautify public spaces.'
Volunteers will meet at ren-
dezvous locations in East
Milton. Milton. Pace. Gulf
Breeze. Jay and Navarre.
For more information, con-
tact the Clean Community
System at 623-1930.


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(PSA) levels - a marker that tracks prostate cancer growth - decreased by 4 percent after
one year on a low-fat vegan diet, complemented by moderate aerobic exercise and stress
management. (The diet was supplemented with soy, Omega-3 fatty acids, Vitamin E,
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The RSanta RosanPress fGazette


y adrutaS April 8, 2006 - --- ---- ----- - ---- -------


INt] THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE JLI'IiAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COLT, FLORIDA
COas io .6 341l
D.i ,C. M

Kern'.,elr, rJie-manr
Pe.t,-oner

and

Pamela M Ntewman,
Re s.uoradeni

NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MAR-
RIAGE

TO Pamela M. NleamTarn
4880 Andrea Lane. Pace FL
32570

YOU ARE NOTIFIED ina an
action has been I.le againr-i
you and ihal you are required
lo serve copy o0 your wrnien
deenses if any lO it on
Kenrnei- M Neacr.,n wic-s
aaardcs is 4374 Rice Road.
M.,ltn FL. 3c 58 onr o belfore
4- 1)0 06 and flie Ine onoinal
An inle clerk or mI-a Courl a1
6865 Caroine Sr Miion FL
325'70 before se-ce onr,
Psllironei or mnmediaiely Ihereh -
atier. II you fall 1o do so, a
default may be entered
against you for the relief
demanded In the Petition.

Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case, Including
orders, are available at the
Clerk of the Circuit Court's
office. You may review these
documents upon request

You must keep the Clerk ol
the Circuit Court's office
notified of your current
address (You may file Noltice
of Current Address. Florida
Supreme Court Approved
Family Law Form 12915.)
Future papers in this lawsuit
will be mailed to the address
on record al 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.

Daied 3-13-06

CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By J MICuleass
Depury Clerk

031806
03B;506
040106
040806


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
SANTA ROSA COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 06-190CA

21ST MORTGAGE GORPO-
RATIONl
Pla.r.t.n-

DONALD KiNGISMORE A,'K.A
DONALD J KINGSMORE
JAINE DOE KiNGSEr.ORE THE
UNKNOsWir SPOUSE OF
COONJLD KiINGSr.IORE A'KA
DONALD J KINGSMORE.
JOSEPH B COOK JANE DOE
COOK THE LIUKNOWvI
SPOlt.SE OF JOSEPH S
COC., VELA M COOK JOHII
DOE COOK THE UNKisOWrt
SPOUSE OF VELA rJ COOK
BEuFORT H-RTLE r JJANE
C.'-.E HSRTLE, TI-iF
UrKNfAOWr S POSE OF
BEAUFORT HARTLEY IF. Li.
INfG INJC LUDING AN /
UNJKrNOWl SPOUSE CF S AID
DEFENDANTiSm IF REf.IR.-
RIED AND IF DECEASED
THE RESPECTIVE
UrJKNOWIt HEIRS
DEvISEES. GRANTEES.
ASSIG .EE CREDITORS
LIErORS AND TRUSTEES
ANID ALL OTHER PERSOt S
CLAIMIt.iG Bi' THROUGH
UNDER OR AGAINST THE
NrAMED DEFENJOANTiSiu
AMERICAN GENERAL
FirsaiNCE lINC WHETHER
DISSOLVED OR PRE-'ENTLi'
EXWSTIIG, TOGETHER WITH
Alrn GRArjTEES
ASSJIGNEES CREDITORS
LIENt3RS OR TRUSTEES OF
SAID DEFEriDANTiSi AND
ALL OTHER PERSOCti
CLAIMING IG B' THROUGH
UNDEFI OR AGAINST
DEFENrDANTiS, UNKNrOWIr
TENANjT at uNKrjOWir TElr.
ANT "2.

Deleranida sr

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO LDOiJLD KiNGEISORE
A '. A DON, AL' .I
KiNGriSM,'jRE BEFLICFIRT
HARTLE.' .AIJE C'.E HART.
LE'. THE UrJl,'nOW i
SPOUSE OF BEAUFORT
HsARTLE', IF LI'. ING
INJCLUDIiNG Ai,' UljNKOWr
SP'OUE OF .AlC, DEFEFI.
DANTiSi IF RE.IMARRIED
AND IF DECEASED THE
REsPFCTi.E Li iNKNOWi
HEIR- DE', .SEES
GRANTEES SSiGrIJEES
CREDITOR- LiEIIIjR AND
TRUSTEES atlD ALL I-.THER-
PERSONS :Ldll'i'G B.
THR'-ROUGH UNDER CR
AGArINST THE NrAr.ED-
DEFEtJDATilT

Whose residence; are *.
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LOTS 79, 80 AND 81, SEC-
62ND ADDITION TO WEST
-MILTON HEIGHTS, A SUBDI-
VISION OF THE WEST HALF
OF THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF
SECTION 17. TOWNSHIP 1
NORTH, RANGE 28 WEST.
ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF. AS RECORDED 'N
PLAT BOOK B. PAGE 49 OF
,THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
SANTA ROSA COUNTY
FLORIDA.

-TO INCLUDE: A 1993 INDI-
ANA MOBILE HOME V.I.N.
'AL14801842509 & TITLE
a#88587828

To include a:


1993 INDIANA, VIN
AL14801842509 and
k68587828

;A/K/A

i4507 MORNINGSIDE LANE
iMILTON, FL 32583

Ilf you fail to file your answer or
written defenses in the able
'proceeding, on plaintiff's attor-
5ney, a default will be entered
:against you for the relief
,demanded in the Complaint or
'Petition.

:DATED at SANTA ROSA
-:County this 24 day of March,
,2006.

:MARY M. JOHNSON
iClerk of the Circuit Court


CIRCUIT COURT SEAL

By Suaan Land
Dapun Cler,

In accordance with the
American with Disabilitles
Act of 1990, persons needing
a special accommodation to
participate in tnls proceeding
should contact the ASA
Coordinator no later than
seven (7) days prior to the
proceedings. If hearing
Impaired, please call (800)
955-9771 (TDD) or (800) 955-
8770 (voice), via Florida
Relay Service.

Law Olraicaes Dai-ler C
Con uegria
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040.106
040806


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE IST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTIONi
DIVISION
CaseN o05.5-65 CA

.MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS
IiJC a.;ling s:.lel .a nominee
1.-r COUNTRY' WIDE HOME
LOAlIS INC
Pianmih.


AMANDA D MATHEWS el a'

Delar..ndsn

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pur.uarni i0 a Summary F.nal
Juagmenl of Foraclosure
Irciluding Award of Anrrneyn'
Fees and Co ls dated
Seplesmber 6. '005. -nlred in
Case iNo 05 6'5 CA ol Inc
CircuIlCourti olr, 1ST Judicial
Circuit in and for Sntra Rosa
County FiorIn. annre.r. MORT-
GAGE ELECTRONIC REGIS-
TRATION SYSTEMS. INC
a.-ing Solely as romine for
COUNTRYWIDE HOME
LOANS INC is ihe Plainh anda
AMANDDA D MATHEWS and
BRAD MATHEWS r.er nui-
band JOHN DOE and JANE
DOE is'are Derlaanis I will
iell to nme n.griret arena asil bid-
der for cash al on ine Irnol
steps or me Santa Rose
County Courtnnousern ine City
or Minn. Florida at1 i 00
e, craCk AM, on Waednesday.
Ir. 19 aday of April 2306. the
IoI,,win-]g OiribdrJ pi-rperny as
set lannr in as.o Summary Finral
Juagmnai cIrd i Fcr-rec:Osure
including Award or Anornevs-
Fne= and Co'iar Iso.'.

Commence at inre t.nhaesi
Corner ol i th Souihar al
Ouarter o rIna Soulhweal
Ouanfr of Sa:c.ion 6 T nrn..r..p
l rlc.rlr Range 27 We-l Sanri
Rosa Courny Floriaia nence
go. East alc.-ng ein Nc.rin line 01
' Inc Souilhea Ouaner -f Irme
Sournm4al Ouarter eii raid
Saci.on a OiIarnca 01 6:'u u00
lee-il ic. Ire Pointl I Be.lnn.nog
irerc.:e cacc ninu Ea. i 14000
i-ei irern.c .go1 ourin 4`000
ael Ir-n rce go W ,I 56.00C:i
lear sinarnce go oranin 5.0 00
lee ir.i,..i c g., East .2,:i,0,
lt,, ir.er.ce g.o . r- lnr. J420 it.�
to irC. Pc.i.ri or Beg.r.ning The
at . -e de:cri-I par.:l Ci1 land
.1 waluale d r Sn.-. in - .
T.:.ar,;rnp .2 Nra.i Ranrge. 2
*WSi Sania Hr r Clur nty
Fi.:-r..a

DATED iri, :-'4 day orii acr,
. 20,i,,

MARY'/ JOHisOrj Clerk
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By buiar, Land
Depury Clerw

in a.:cC.rdar.c: aa.t Tri-c
rnmer.c rcan tir Dia ab'silr. A.cI
p.r 'on: needn.r.g a ipeacal
ac,'e,,nr,:.d .n t, par,,cipaala
r in.r : ri prC-et .ne . I-r:.uid con.
aci S,'u3an Land no.i later Ir.an
a, -rn |71 ay i pr..r IC.: Irne pr-a-
C.i:'- ,rg . t6'bi Carolir.ne
i.e'-i .sMi-ron Frio-r.a Call3 1'i
-'23, 1':* B E a 10-; -, r 1i- )-00
V'4n.- 770 I ..C.iCl .'a F ric-.-s3
R�ila S-r.-ce

041:110

41229

IIt THE CIRCUIT COLIRT OF
THE iST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Itr AIJD FOR 5ArITA ROSA
COuNTr FLORIDA
GErNERAL JURiSDICTIONi
Civil :it
CA.,E f10 :-16. -C A

Fv.I irlu."
PLAlilTiFF

C-IRiSTJF HER L Hi)BBE
A :. A iHRiSTOPHER LEE
HOBB:. IF LI'.v'IG arID IF
DEAD THE UNKNrOWNj
SFOUSE HEIR., DE'.ISEE:,
GRAirTEES a-S'..ilGEE
LIEijORS CREDITOR 3
TRIj'.TEEE arJO ALL OTHER
FARTIES CL-ir.1ING AlC
iNTEREST Bi THROUGH
UirDER -,'R AGAiIlST
"HRIITOF'HER L HOBBS
A4:4 HiRiSTOPHER LEE
HC.B 1.1'iRA HOBB.S IF LI'. -
ING, AND IF DEAD, THE
UNKNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS,
DEVISEES GiRAlITEES
ASI-GNEES LIErIOR :,
:REDITLRS TRuSTEES
AiJL' ALL C-THER PaRTiES
CLAir.li. , arJ INTERE .T B.
THIiROUGI.H LIUNDER COR
AGAIJ T rRi 1 H'B3S .iEF.
FER, iJEGRCRTT " a - JEF-
FRE'. P rIEGRC'r.7. IF Li..
ING MID IF DEA'r THE
Liifli alWri SFiO.I E HEHIR.
CE'.'iEE: GSRAtITEE.
ASSIG'IEES LIEIIR
CREDiT:R:E TRuSTEE:
ArJD 'LL '.'THER FHARTIEE
,:L-ir.llJ, AJ IiITEREiT Br
THROL'UGH UNDER JOR
AG.lAiT JEFFER. iIEGROT-
T... A K .IEFFRE', F
NEGROTTO; JESSICA
NEGROTTO A/K/A JESSICA
WsREr rjEGRC.TTC.iF LIVING,
SiD IF DEAD THE
UNKNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS,
,E-'.i1EE: ' GRANTEES,
. ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES
AND ALL OTHER PARTIES
CLAIMING AN INTEREST BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST JESSICA NEGROT-
TO A/K/A JESSICA WREN
NEGROTTO; EVERBANK;
JOHN DOE AND JANE DOE
AS UNKNOWN TENANTS IN
POSSESSION
DEFENDANTS)

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN


pursuant to a Summary Final
Judgment of Foreclosure dated
March 24, 2006 entered in Civil
Case No. 06-29-CA of the
Circuit Court of the 1ST Judicial
Circuit in and for SANTA ROSA
County, MILTON, Florida, I will
sell to the highest and best bid-
der for cash at NORTH FRONT
STEPS at the SANTA ROSA
County Courthouse located at
6865 CAROLINE STREET In
MILTON, FLORIDA, at 11:00
a.m. on the 19 day of April,
2006 the following described
property as set forth in said
Summary Final Judgment, to-
wit:

PARCEL B THE NORTH 110.0
FEET OF LOT 46, BLOCK 6,
FIRST ADDITION TO


TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE:
You are hereby notified that an
Order of Summary
Administration has been
entered in the estate of John
William Blanke, deceased, File
Number 57-2006-CP-63; by the
Circuit Court for Santa Rosa
County, Florida, Probate
Division; the address of which
is Post Office Box 472, Milton,
Florida 32572-0472; that the
decedent's date of death was
January 22, 2006; that the total
value of the estate excluding
exempt property is.$21,800.00'
and . that the names and
addresses of those to whom it


SION, according to the Plat
thereof, as recorded in Plat
Book G, at Page 100, of the
Public Records of Santa Rosa
County, Florida.

DATED this 28 day of March,
2006.

MARY M. JOHNSON, Clerk
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: J. Watkins
Deputy Clerk

DENISE M. ROSENTHAL,
ESQUIRE
ADORNO & YOSS LLP
2525 Ponce De Leon
Boulevard
Suite 400
Miami, Florida 33134


NAVARRE, ACCORDING TO
THE PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED It PLAT BOOK B
AT PAGE 169 OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF SANTA ROSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
Dalad irn.; 24 day ci Mar:cn


MAR,' M JOIHNSON
Clerk ,-1 Ine Circu.r Couri
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By Angela K Dunn
D.pury Clei

THE LAW OFFICES OF DAViD
J. STERN PA ATTORNEY '
FOR PLAINTIFF
801 S Ur,...er.ry Dra.e Suice
$00
Piantl.run FL 33324
19i4S 233-8000
06-a9441 Mir'NW

IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICANS WITH DISABILI-
TIES ACT person Nw.in disab.i.-
nl-,: needing a rpci.al acct.m.
imoOair.on sould conrlaci
COURT ADMINISTRATION at
tha SANTA ROSA County
Courrinous-e al I-6,0O-955-
6771 iTDDI ,1r 1-800-955.
8770. ia Fioi.da Relayv
Sera-ca

0-10 106
040806


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE IST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Its AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTn' FLORIDa
C'.VIL DIVISIONr
CASE rIO i,5 :09.CA

BANK ONrJE JATIOIJAL ASSO-
CIATIOrI AS TRUSTEE
Plair. rll

IMAR' L AIJNDREWS 61 al
DAlendanis

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
purauant to a Final Juidgmeria or
Foreclosure daled Inre 21 day *.l
Marf. n 006. and enlrarea nr
Case iNo 05.20'.CA oI ina
CircutO Cournl of I tIST Judncial
Circu.i in and for Santa Rossa
Country, Florida awrneiin BANK
ONtE NATIONAL ASSOPiA-
TION AS TRUSTEE is ir,
Pia.nii d and MARY L
ANDREWS UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF MARY L
ANDREWS. JOHN DOE JANE
DOE AS UNKNOWNr TENANT
(Si IN POSSESSION OF THE
SUBJECT PROPERTY are
deiendarda I aill sell to ra
rignas1 and DbaM bUidder lor
caSi at ira NORTH FRONT
STEPS OF COURTHOUSE alt
Ihe Sarnta Ro-: Count,'
Courtiouae .n MILTONI
Florda al 11 00 a m on inme 19
day ol April. 2006, the iollaowing
descri.a d prcp.-rry as sael lonr
r. r,.ai F-nal Judgmenti IO A

LOT 10, BLOCK 1, MAGNO-
LIA HEIGHTS. A SUBDIVI-
SION OF A PART OF SEC-
TION 1,TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH,
RANGE 28 WEST, ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT RECORD-
ED IN PLAT BOOK B AT
PAGE 152 OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.

II you aie a per,:.n amIn a
D,&abilitie ano need any
ac:onmrrodalron In ioder to par.
icpale inr. Ih. proceeding you
are erninled at no cost 10 you 10
ire pro..;ic.nr of certain asis-
lent pnlea- cT.,nract Suzan Land
asi 6oBE Caitoline Sirial Milonr.
FL 3�570 850.983-101:2 lAdhir
2 working days ol fhia rnceilpi can
inis documer-ni Ii ,;u are nhar-
ing or vocte impair-ed Call 1-
680 ''8-6"- I
" -ai-d ii-r,. 2 1 da, *.:,r r.arl.:h


MARY M JOHNSOl I
ClerK Or Tne C.rcuil Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By Su'an Land
De-put, Cicrk

0401016
,:40600.
41232

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 57-2006-CA-
000072
DIVISION

JPMORGAN CHASE BANK.
AS TRUSTEE.
Plaintiff.
vs.
LOLA S LONG, metal,
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE

rJOTIC'E iS HEREBY GIVEhi
pF-iiuaraii :. a F.nal JuIdgm-iTrt cl
r.l.nrnga.,c Forcciro:ur -alind
Main 2 4 ')06 s.-id ,enlired .rn
Cs rJcO C, 7.26 CA'.0000i'6 2
:.i The nCircusI Courl .:.1 Iie
FiRST Jud-..:.al Ccu. .r.anad lar
S5AITA ROiA C.urnry Florida
whi;r, JPMORGANl CHASE
BANK AS TRUSTEE I innt.
Plai.rn.I anr LOLA S LoriGt
CITIFINIAiNCIAL EOL:lT.' EER.
.'ICES" IC TErailiT 1il
iK A iDA LOiNG are Itir
D' lenr.an : I aii aii I10 ,in
hi r .n sT and o.;l bidder I.:.r
C:ar ai STEPS OF THE
SArJTA RO" COUNLT '
COURTHOUSE at 11:00AM,
:rntrn 9lada, c-.I p..I -y00 Ihe-
li,.. ir.J die-citr,.t-. prc.p irly .s
set forth . in said Final
Judgment:

LOT 12, BLOCK B OF THE
COTTAGES OF HAMILTON
BRIDGE, ACCORDING TO
THE PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK
G. PAGE 79. OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF SANTA ROSA
COUNTY FLORIDA

A/KiA 6295 Cottage Woods
Drive, Milton, FL 32570

W'iT ESS, [,L..I H-irD S nd i-
; a .1 i -:. Cc.-Jrn ..r, f.1ar-.c , -' ,
2006. , .. . -

M a' r.1 j.ir,-i.:r,
Clirn c.I rin C rui l L ..ur|
Ci R, iTCCO"iRT SEaL
By: Susan Land
Deputy Clerk

040106
040806


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 57-2006-CP-63
Division C

IN RE: ESTATE OF
John William Blanke
Deceased.

NOTICETO CREDITORS
(Summary Administration)
, \


All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate must file their
claims with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
, ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702' OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE, WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.


n as been assigned by suchr
order are: ,

NAME & ADDRESS
Clara Bianke Aumern-, 334
Valencia Slire] Gull Breeze
FL 325W1

ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
ARE NOTIFIED THAT
All crediors ol the asclae oi Irin
decederna and persons rvaaing
claT.im or. demand a a.nli ine
srate -1a tr.i.- 'EC deI I Onater
iar, r ir:.-:a 0or woT- prov,.inn
lor pay-mani as m.aue .0n ime
Oraer a1 Summary
Adm.nliaaihon musl file ri-n.r
cla3.s.s ail, in couri WITHIN
THREE Q3m MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE

ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED

NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS EET FORTH
ABOVE All'r CLAIM FILED
TWO 12 'rEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENTS
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED

Tie dale orf Oirre purlicalon rc.
trin. IfJoi:e Aprsl I .2006

Anicn-> lor Pers.r-n Ourinng
il-alice

Kaliearen K Detlar.a
Florida Bar No 50u3783
Sman-r Sauer Detairia
Pa.: Ohce Bc:.' io-44t
Parniac-ia Flor.da 325:1-24-16
Telephr.ne 1850 4311.2-I61

Perr:.ns Giving ri:tcce

Clar.3 lar.n. Aumr,.
33-4 Vali-e..:i Sire
Guln Breeze FL J32551

040106
04081,6,

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA PROBATE DIVI-
SION
File No.: 57-2008-CP-75
Division: C

IN RE: ESTATE OF

MINNIE STEADMAN LOVE
PYLES

Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

TIe adiminilranion oa ishe eilale
ol Mrrinne Seadmran Loea
Pyla. deceased. wr-osie dale
of deathr. was Seprember 25
20i4 s pending iirn It, ClacuI
Courl t.-r Sania Rosa Counr,
Florida Prob.ate Daiv,:,r.n |he
addre-ss 01 rl.in .; P.st Onr:ce
Box 4-'2 Miint Fl:.rmia 32572-
0472 Tre nan-:es and address
es 1 r me persc.ral rei le r-is a.
]iae an- Ine pesic-nal repre :-r.
lalivmea n.orne5 are ~e Ic.nrlr
below
Anll crecl.ora l irae ecedae
and oiner person. naiiir.g
claims or demands againstI
deceanr's e:aie nor, nO.m a
copy ol ihuri noilce is required to
be serela muil lile their claims
iir. irns .couri WITHIIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE TIME OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM
All ,:iher crediors o ine de:e.
ierni and other per:.':,r,, aina g
claim ' or demands, gair.i
decerdentr eia.le must ilae he.r
cl.a ms wilh thi, c- urt WITHINI 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATIONi
OF THIS NOTICE
ALL CLAIFa.1, lOT FILED
WITHINt THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH INt SECTION
733 702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED
NOTWITHSTANDIING THE
TiME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE At,' CLAit.l FILED
TWO im' 'iERS COR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDEIIT S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED
Trne -ane 1 lirsi publt.:a-i' r. ul
ir.i r.nc i. .a i; pr. .i 1 .

Ancrne, Ifr Person-' al
Repee arntaei.

Kairieen K DE'Mar.a
Aticroey l..r Per-ornai
Represirniaisn.e
Flia ida Bar rjo '5uj3-
Sm.lr., Sauer & Deal.ar.an
Po'l Oftice B.:." i- -1.6
Pen-:ac:.la Fiorda 32521 .-i-46
Teleph.e iar 850 434-1-t.1i

Perornal R.-pier naiii..a

Edward EcKic.rd LC.e Jr
3304 WranvI Oaks Dr.,e,
Pace Fr.rda i32571

,.40806
4A/235

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Case No. 05-632

I,IORTGAOGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATIONl SYSTEM .
itIC a.:cirg -1.s 1,c; a -: r.n.m.r.e
or r..CAFEE MC'RTGOGE
Aill' ilvESTMErJTCO '
Pmain, 5 ii

-ARCHIE .1 C lran-I BBiEL
C, li rli: i .,i a 61 ai
Delar,,iirI -

NOTICE OF FORECLOSUBE
SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pur.rjarni |c a -iumm.ar, Fni.al
judgt, eIT c, . F.:. :Io,- u,'e
Ir-..:i .ln'.g a-3.i -:'t -A .:.re,a
F5ec and cc.il- .air I.
=I-pire'.er c* - r'pa. en, red in
Cai:- i, ',:,. - C.I ir.: ,..:uni
C.:.ur i .1 mie 1ST lud *'.3 C.rCt ull
irn ar.d I-r :ara R -:.ia C u'.-.I,
Fi:r.da a rnreii r.I1ORTG1'- E
ELECTRONIC REGCI TRA
Tiorl SSTEIS I C s uln'.g
soilr1l, a.- ri.-.nnr ,e ir e l:a i FEE
.l3RTGAGOE ANn, ilaEST.
i.IEItT c'O .s: e Pia.n.rI a.nd
ARCHIE f.1 CAirjar,.d BBIE L
- Ainr i: i ',laS ,- HC'IJiSEHOLD
FiNrt.-E CORPCRJTiOIJ III
a Lnelaare Ci.:rpn.:arc i.n JjHN
D"E an-d .IAhE DOE .- are
Delr.na.nIs: I a..11 AS 1 I, Ihe
-,.gr.-:I and best bidder for
cash, at on the front steps of
the Santa Rosa .C.-surn,
Courthouse in the Ci, 'a,
Milton, Florida at 11:00 o'clock
A.M., on Wednesday, the 19
day of April, 2006, the following
described property, as set forth
in said Summary Final
Judgment of Foreclosure
Including Award of Attorneys'
Fees and Costs, to-wit:

Lot 1, in Block B, of WOOD-
BURY FOREST SUBDIVI-


Legals
i3051 460-110 '

in accoraance wilr The
Ai-erican:rS w.Tr.: danbte" AcI
persons n"e.Eding a speca.la
accomsimodatca.n 10 panricipaie
ir tra c.roc.-aed.ng should Con
maci Su'arn Lan-d nor Ilair than
sever IT) days ipr.no, i-o t pio-
cee d1ing al 6866 Carol3ne
SLEee Miion Fornda Call 904-
623-0135 Exm 102 c.. 1-800.
950.-7.U0 (-:eCjl v.na Floid-s
Relay Ser..ce

04.1106
0-4806
4129

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.: 06-0211 CA

CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER
TO CHASE MArNHATTAIj
MORTGAGE CORPORATIONs
F.K'A CHEMICAL RESIDEN-
TIAL MORTGAGE CORPORA-
TION
Pla.nrltJ

MARC MJ STARIJES PREMI-
UM ASSET RECOvER,' COR-
PORATIOIJ. KIMIBERL'r' R
STARIIES UrJKIIOWNi
SPOUSE OF KIM.IBERLY R
STARNES UtNKNrOW*
SPOUSE OF MARC U1
STARNES JOHN DOE JArIE
DOE aS ULtKNIOWtI TEtJalJT
SIr Itl POSSESSION OF THE
SUBJECT PROPERTi'
Delarenaaral

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO
KIMBERLY R. STARNES
Re:,idence ,Urnir. nnir
LAST tlrIOWil ADDRESS
56E4- WINDRui PLACE
PACE FL 325."1

vOu ARE NOTIFIED ina an
aci.on I..r Fornclosure c.-
Mortgage or.on ir.e loioa1.ng
describe .tapropenri.

LOT 8, BLOCK B. W1NDRUN
SUBDIVISION, A PORTION
OF SECTION 32, TOWNSHIP
2 NORTH, RANGE 29 WEST.
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA, ACCORDING TO
PLAT RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 'D" AT PAGE 20 IN
THE OFFICE OF THE CLERK
OF CIRCUIT COURT OF SAID
COUNTY.

TOGETHER WITH A 1990
DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE
HOME WITH VIN#'S
HMST5422AGA,
HMSTS422BGA AND
TITLE#'S 0063798436,
0063798437.

as. been lied again you0 and
-,C.u are Inqu i.nd l se,�r � 3
cops c.i yur mranen Oa-ien: , ii
any 10 .1 orn .larsnaili C
Waic;.n PA Anowne; for,
PlainlitH no, :address,. 1800
NW 49TH STREET, SUITE
120, FT. LAUDERDALE FL
33309 on or before May 1,
2006. a dale cwhcn is viThin
inirrty 1301 days aher inre fir-s
pu ticaiion or s ini; Nrolicr, in me
iTHE PRESS GAZETTE IN
MILTOIrt and Inle ire original
alt- ir. a Cler ol in. Courl
e.Iner etalora srv.ca on
Plaini.l a anorine, or mnmedi-
alely inereaaner olneri-se a
delaul win lbe einered against.
you lor inc lrie1iel de'man-jde in
r.me con-plain!

ii you are a person wNin a
Di.abililiaei -i.' need any
acc:mmndai.o, r.n order Io par-
licipale Ir. Ini: proceeding you
are ca iied si al -', ctC- It ', u I ,
larnt pialeae coracl Susan Land-
atl 686 Caroline Streal. M.nion
FL 32.'0 sn.5983 101) ai-iinr
S a:-rkinng- days 01a mri recilpl olf
ihi-s dccu'-Teni II :c.-u are near.
inrg or voices impaired call 1.
80'0-955-B771

WITNIESS Tmy r an- and moe
seal aof imis Coun Inri 26 ay c.I
Mar-.r, 2006

Mar,I M J1or.n-ocr.
As Cleri- ul mei Courr
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
B1 J Wawik.n:
Az Deputy Clerir

040106
04-1806.
41240

ItI THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SANTA ROss COUNT'.
FLORIDA PROBATE Divi-
SICOr
F.Isl ric. 5SO..0',,..CP-1- ?
D'.-i-orn

itt RE ESTATE OF

Pnyllls Ann Edwards
De.:eased-

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Tne adiTn rarir rc'n r.nl ire ,Sia
'GI Phyll.i Ann Edwardi:
a-cteasd. wn,,ie dale ,i eaur.,
,sam Februar 3 .i006, i pend-
i.g r.n ir.e Crcull Couri lor
Santa RP:.as C:unrry Florida
Frobate Da.'is r. i, I addrEis
.i /shic, is 686c. Caronine
Sireel Sult e f. 1.ilr.:. Fl rd-.
325-.'1J-2 The namrrei. and
aCldre;,a. 0l IrI per ir.nal i p-
reienr all..a and inhe personal
eprejaenai'ie , ; anorri.y are
seI i.nr.i- beaI
mSi credichra 0 I- decetaenlt
and oir- er 5:err.-i navinac
Clas. , or d,'-r.ari,d agarai_.
decadentsni e'.ai e cr, a.i.:.m- a
coC., lc i ri- ri-o.ce is. r-lauirei no
Ce -er, e1 n-u-:l meC i-e ir -laims
-.aut ir. co:ur-t WITHIIIr THE
LATEROF 3 rO.1,THS aFTER
THE TIME OF THE FIRST
FUiBLICATIOrI OF THIS
ItJ'TICE OR "0 D,''S AFTER
THE CTE O-F ".ER.'iCE OF a
CCiF , OF THIS rJOTICE OrN
THEM.i
aS1 c.Ir.er creia.rs r s Ie - cae-
-de.tI aid c.irer peric.rn- ri r.ing
.-si1., .-:.r demand.; aga.n3 I
d,. -:.-:iari : e-:ilae imuaI 1'C inir
,laI-. : Aim min. .,c.url WITHIN 3
I..IOtTHS aFTER THE DATE
OF THE FiRT PUBLICATIONS
CF THIS r!OTICE
aLL CLailIS riOT FILED
WiITHIt THE TIME PERIODS
:�ET FFORTH irl SECTIOIs
-i3 7.: COF THE FLORIDA
PROBaTE CL'DE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED
rIOTWITHSTHANDING THE
TIr.E PERIOD SET FORTH
ABOVE, A Jr CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) .'ERS OR MORE
SFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED

"-,ne ,la e a .i h, I Ciulic anion of
Itr,,i , -n.:t in. A-prI I, ' r mu


Ethyl Inez Melvin
De-ceasea

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Te ad.T.in.iilra.on ol ime i aine
C.i EInhyl Ir.e Mtelvrin detaanC d
wanoE- daie ri dealn war
Augu.I 17 2005 '. pending '.- .
ine Cricuni Cou.t lor Sar.a
Rc.Pa County Flonraa Probale
Di :,ron me aodraesa oi ar..cr,
.z 6865 Caroline Sreer Su-le
N 1.1310A:... Fiornda 32570 0-1472
The narn-me. and sd5resaca of
ihe personal represecilal.ie
and tIhe personal represnrita-
Ivre'S anora'ey are sel Ifornn
beloc
Ani creditors oa i e i de-si dern
anad oler persons, hinia.g
claIn-s orCi manar ag3a3.nI
,deceeonis eiaie on whom a
copy cOi inr, no0-.ce required lo
be enrved ,mu ie i eI Car cla.mi
Awr.n iru. cour WITHItr THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE TIME OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAY'S AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE 01I
THEM
Ai uoiher mceditllr o me decte-
der.1 and lrinei person hav.r.ng
claims uir dAn-arndl ag5ir I
,iacederrs ed ale mul h.lie ier
claim w.ir. ir.:nc-un WITHINt 3
r1MOrjTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATIONS
OF THIS NOTICE
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TiME PERIODS
SET FORTH ItN SECTION
733 '0: OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED
r CITWITHSTANrC'ilG THE
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
ABOVE ArI' CLAIM FILED
TWO 2., '.EARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENIT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED
Tne date c.1 I.ri putblcanlon ai
Ir.� ,no.ce. , aprll I m 200;

Anlrne, ior Personal
Repreernlaiwv
.E ja. - L.-,LH r. Jr
Jac.P Lc.c irni Jr
Locklir & Jine.� PAa
6,460 Ju':ice Aenue
lalic.r. Florda, 3257'
Telepn,.ne 6850' 623-2500

Perr:.nai Rapraieniaie,
,s Pnyi 11i A Mlaa r.i
Prhylia A fMai-tr,
5668 Is.cuau i Lane
U.niorn Florida 325"0

0(J,0106
,:J080..
4242

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SANTA ROSA COUNTY.
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO.: 57-2006-CP-93

IN RE ESTATE OF

DELORIS JEAN HOLT
Deceased

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Theadm. nj.irilraliorn-i , Irneei.al
or DELORIS JEANt HOLT
a cea ed cwoae dale ol dear
wars Novembeal 6 2,")5 File
Number 57-2006-CP-93 .5
pei'd.ng. nin Me Circuit C-.url l:I
Santa Rosa Counry Florida
Prbalte Dvsc.r.n me adatress
ol wrih is 6865 S W Caroline
Sireel Milor, FL 32570 The
names an. adore sai Or the
personal reprea.eniallue andr
iire personal raepieentalise's
anorney are 3a1 I.rln re'lou,

All c.:rdlcrs or01 he -decedtar.
and ,alher person hra..ng
claims or demands against
dacedenl elasae on anorn. a
cc.p, - .. 1 ihi_ nrm .: ra,,i beer.
-...e.3 mu:l sii1 iriel' aclami-
asmr inn m .ourn WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 rIOtITHm AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER
THE TIME OF SERVICE OF A
COP.' OF THIS NrOTICE Orl
THEM

All oiirer crediurs of iTer, d :e-
dearni and near parS r.n naarng
claimed or deman-as agar-al
dAced:eni m eaale mure II ue ier
claim-: am iir is court WITHINI 3
.MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS rIOTICE

ALL CLAIMtS JOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED

PJOTWITHSTArtDING THE
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
ABOVE ANY CLAirM FILED
TW1"O 2 YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENTS
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED

Thne aie :.1 IiI pubi.cal-:.ct :l
in s nh eh:c *. April I. -m00F6

* Sie.c; C Warr.n:k
SIeer. C Warn.c-.
AlTorney lor Per sornal.
R,pra-ersnaine
Fl:.rda Bar N o 18',89
Fitzgerald & Bicroo. PA
6839 Caroline Sireel
Millor. IL 32570
Telephrone 8O01623-30:i',i
8501623B'990i

'U- Jdostep .M 1 HC.I
JOSEPH M HOLT
Personal epra:enaiai.e
6573 Brock Amierue
Maiorn FL F:'-0

04 I '06
04,8INRuS


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SANTA ROSA COUNTY.
FLORIDA PROBATE DIVI-
SION
File No. 57-2006-CP-94
Division

IIJ RE ESTATE OF

Farble Ann Spears

Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The admir,1 iraicn n i:, ir, e .e i.1ai
ci Fareno Ann .,pea':
-decea,, ed Acir.:e dat, I.i ain.
,ala Fec-uar a 2-:,,:,( ,. c.nr,,-
I.ig .n ir,- I' -a.:ui I:u.r 1t.
S3 an R :.a. Count, Fl.-.raa
Probate Division, the address
of which is 6865 Caroline
Street Suite N, Milton, Florida
32y . , ~- TIe, .,names .an-.
ad re,-i - I i ir. pe -:,-ial .e-
re e'nall...: arn Irne perr.:r-'.a1
epre'eniar..e-: attorney are
is ' r irtr. tict,
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice is required to
Sbe served must file their claims
with this court WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE TIME OF THE FIRST.
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.


The dale o l Irsl pu-ICal.-.r. 01
u.= n hi,:c ; : Aprdl 1. 2066

Artlrr.ey ior Personal
Repr ser'niain, s
*, ,E'anni.el Saa
Darial P .Sana
Florid. Ba. Ito -1014i1
LOC-l.I Jione:- PA
656,0 u:iiic.a Aven',.e
Million Florida 32570
Telpr.oner,e 1650 3-2500

P rzr..,nal Rcpreuriai.�ni
, Aubra F Spear.s
Aunr-a F Spiars
8616 Saiurma Avenrue
P-r,saeeia. Flori.a 36534-

-. .1ary Z Wc:-olrn Turmar,
Mary Z Woorern Turma.r,
,.976 Mandia, Lane
rll.i.r, Flo .dia 2FE 170

i0JO8l06
41244

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
FOR AVIATION ENGINEER-
ING SERVICES
cir . C , riArb g.eri Iin ail in,
Sanria Ro.a Cc.-rtr BS..',d iCi
Cacja.r:.: CamrrnI ,lar. rsr : iall.
.ng i.:.r and recueilin, a .:al--"
rrir-r . 1 Quarll.:.ial.ar.: Ire.m
lii., ; in r.�iev.sr,i -�perr.n :ca
.r. all1 i area:- c.1 e-pcran.e a
slated bti aIca le pr,. ide, ai1,ai.on
pliann..r ,ar..i Jaeign ,erCe.y:i .,
Saria Ro:, Courni , or Iha .:.r,-
inualon i r.e in WrIi,.rg An lolic-n
Parlk aeilgr.
Airhil piar.nr.ng - :I6 i.gr. arn.
c. 'r.|ru:|.: :r. n acc.rd.ari.:-ai t.
FaA and.-' FOOT .ilan.a,r.i,
Plarirng d-ii.go and c.:.rniru:c-
i.-on O ir.rai-:lru.:lure Ic.r a. arnarn
rilaled co..:cnr-i ecr.:ali-,idu :r.l
p a r
Preci.eli in.ol.ing in.rcu.gr. inh
lrnie ipe C.perial.ian a l air-.
p .3 r I
S curiry rcqulr .rn nir, lr .r pr.-,,
a.: 1 . aicir I:O . and io:ald . ,rn
a3i0.e miliwar, ail-Id
FloIecIls . ncion.3 a c.nilan
irnli u&c agrae'rnm on a mrn.h
lrar a.rii d.
Funding froi nmulipile scirices
inrludingrj picilically Ihe FAA
Mililarv Airporir FProg-ramr
r,-JAP,
PropC.:al Eri.ula clearly
,amerc.r.airEa appl.cat:Ce per.-
arC on In sove area; a. panl
or Iheir responses In.is RFP
Resp.:rines nMail meal ihe iul-
lalor.n rau.redrrernia ccn.:crn
.ng the org.anizai.or. arid con
ren, 1I mer subiTnal Failure l
co-,riply winr, inu Illowing
reaqusreni'ail -i m ', lesull in Ir.
proposal De.ng dJrcilred nor,
re ori'lve rand re-aull ir, ralc-
lionorl in propo..al
Propoial;s srall ,r.:ludc 12
copies Geaeral .i nirou.:i,.:.rn
an-1 Iransrrnial1 ..I proposal
De-.:riprior. ci Pr:..Ie.: Tleam -
irncludes overall corpcraie Qual-
li.cal-r.n: iil pr.,p.;.sr sl.rng wair,
any proposed Dsucr.:.'r.suliranl
Description Il Key Persa-nnel �
irnclud6 an o.r.an.zaliional
char 3 nar. Drier d1ei- l.:ir. c.l
irn.ivadual prolici Teamr marr.
bei, and roles Rrunum.e: r1
Team Menmbera Pro.jeci Team
Esperienae - prou.dce 3 ier-i-
nr.ce prolCeli c.:.rmpl1ec3 by iMre
pr.o1e.cl learn Ainr.n ine laa
years final r ,io-l :c.ioelf rMarcr
ire r.Q-u ,nT.cernl..I 0 .pr.:.leCr:
u illz.ng abo.-. eaperlie
Included ciiwr.i relern-.:n and
cornlacl inlorromalon Ir.r each
arn- a 1,il oil -ay periorn el Ir.:,
InLa plrpoual ariih a era diral.-
I irraolvid ,'. Irna reference proI,
ccl Tnh RFP rc'c-.rnsia-: ail
be In-mled Io: lU' pagei s eClu
livA OI relum-.-' c-.+.: Iial-C
l cOnrer1n I ard lar.
All pricpoal, shall Da e n wrnrhradg
and r delare, b, hand ur par-
.:-1 ser..Ice iro e Srnia R.-ia
Counri, P, ,i.i ur-n'aril
DE',,,T.eri .i4-. . c .?ar ;iar.n
Slieet Su.ie G i.111onr Fi
32)50 and mu.:n ba *e.:li.ed
by, i00) am May 2 20,ci
Orni, prop.aials: rec&i.1d by In�
aler-rraialed rimA -and dall% will
be CornalerAd All pr.pcpali
s nal bt laberied RFP- AVIA-
TION ENGINEERING SER-
VICES"
Quesil..ni concerrir.g rn.ns
reQu-aI 'r.-an ul' be Irecie.ld I-.
,.r. ly Andc r;or., al 1856.)i 23.

Trn B;oard or Counr,
CounrirOma:oner re:aia-i In-
rilghl 1.:. ac:pf'l -:r rrei i nr ,and
311 prcopo al1 in . .wlea:.r irn par
ana :o raa..e all ,irirnaoiliiei
Sarnla Rc:.,a Counitv :-, ..:ies
d.:i. r.m.-rale on inr. ,-a5.5i c-i
ra.-e color nal,.:-nal ,i. rn an e,
reiig.an age or nraradicappAd
:ialeli in enpio5,T.enr .-:.r pr.:.i-r
.ron 1o seralinc
By crarer or Ihe C:ourniv
Corri,ias.rc.ners or Soaaia Ro-a
COr.ia'ry CuOTi-il ",i oners .lor
Sar.ac RPo: County FIl-r,,a
0,1i0106
J14') 106

4/245

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.: 05-193-CA

DEuTiCHE BAINK IjITINIAL
TRUST COMiPArJ'. AS
TRUSTEE OF AMERIOuEST
M.ORTGAG.E SECURiTiE-'..
illC ASSET.BCt:ED PASS
THR.IJOUGH CERTIFICATES
SERiE'. -001J.R8 uIoER
THE POOLNG_ C AND SERI.'1C
ING' aGREEr.EErJT DATED 5AS
OF AI.LJUST 1 2J001J WITH.
OUT RECOURSE
Pila.,r, .ft


JAC iE ..RTIN AS a ja.CK.
IE E r.iaRTir CHRI'TIrJE r.1
r.a4RTird .A CHRIS TI| IE u
.iARTIr JCOHi DOE J5IJE
DOE 4': UIKtriOWtlJ TEIrlIJT
.l ir FOESEiOiji-j OF THE
SUBJECT F'ROCPERT',
DelrandarnI

RE-NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SUELSALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
caur:uarl i.-:- a r.1lor,.n ar.3-I l', r
AER.=ilhr.i F':.. e:l- . u-: ,.- : i,-:
Dal.e daled in.e : i I.a ,:c
iarch 00.o and antii-red -n

Crcu.ui C Iurl eC.I ,r" I',T Jud.csil
Circuit in and for Santa Rosa
County, Florida, Wherein
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
TRUST COMPANY, AS
TRUSTEE OF AMERIQUEST
MORTGAGE SECURITIES,
INC., ASSET-BACKED PASS
THROUGH CERTIFICATES,
SERIES 2004-R8,. UNDER
THE POOLING AND SERVIC-
SING AGREEMENT DATED AS
OF AUGUST 1, 2004, WITH-
OUT RECOURSE is the
Plaintiff and JACKIE MARTIN
A/K/A JACKIE E. MARTIN;
CHRISTINE M. MARTIN A/K/A
CHRISTINE A. MARTIN; JOHN
DOE; JANE DOE AS
UNKNOWN TENANTS) IN
POSSESSION OF THE SUB-
JECT PROPERTY are defen-


I


The Board of County
Commissioners reserves the
right to waive irregularities in
bids, to reject any or all bids
with or without cause, and to
award the bid that it determines
to be in the best interest of
Santa Rosa County.

Santa Rosa County does not
discriminate on the basis of
race, color, national origin, sex,
religion, age,. or handicapped
status in employment or provi-
sion of service.

By order of the Board of County
Commissioners of'Santa Rosa
County, Florida.

040806
040806
4257


Page 7-A


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II u arc a .5 r-:,)-i r . i,,In a
ac.,:,,n-T,.OdalCr.n . order I. : ,ar.
IC -pa1e 1,,, inr. r prC.:.-:- d,.r ,Ou
are ernllli. al a ,-r.0 c:a: l i, - '.u I-?
ire pr0o..-s s,: ul cerr3., 3a:--
13ni p ias c .niawl Au arn Land
al r ent C'ari)lin Sir-E:l r.1.11-:.
FL :7.U 80-'i6811'012-' amir,.
Swaork.ng day: c.I it.s r.:e.pl or
in., docum-er. Ii ilu ,are h.-ar-
.r.g c.r Vo..:a impaired .:all i.
u800.9- 5.-. I

Daled ir.,. 4 day ui AprIl 12)6

MAR'r M JOI-HtSOfI
Cler Or The Circuir Courl
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
B% J WV3arKrn
DepurI lr,l

...i5i06i
4/251

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO.: 2005-CP-18
DIVISION: - B"
III RE Tri E I ale i
AILEEII LEAH WOLFE
Deceae.d

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Tre adIan�.rrirai.3 ori r.ne -4i aile
cf Allirn Le ah Wolc
da,-nas:d anb-rc.e -ale l. dealln
las Dc.-.-bC-r I0 i:i:J is
pending in inn e, Cr.:l C.uri iclr
So d-ia Ro:a C-:-.ur.1r nc.ri.1
Ih a d r .- : : I l * r..- : h ,-: .A r , f 1
Jonr.nr.n n.ci Prora:..re PO
B,:." 4-2 Ml.r.:,rn Flor,.da
3275.0 Tr, r, n.ams .jr
adlrei es c-i.1 Inei Perional
Repre-nrtai..e and ir.
-ersinal Hepr-nnpr ai.s-.n -
anon.-e, are :fi i,:,rrn .caElOh

ali creAdc:rs cl ir, a ,de-:edari
anrd a ir.er per;.:.r.s na..n
i131rr.z ear , arj,;, e,1 ,
rcalaim: or dIATiaaid:. agair.ni
d.e:ce- .'',i's e iale -..n anhor, a
.:c y cI ir..s noil..:e i: requiri-d' i-
be eir'.ed rMiull Irs irrlel cla.ms-
.InI.r. Ir.is Couri WITHirI THE
DATE OF THREE ,mr.lOrJTHS
AFTER THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATIOrJ N F THIS
NOTICE OR THIRT', 13,,l
D', S AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COP', OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM

All -other C.readI.r- c-i ir.e d-
larI and oilnr peric.r.- naving
:lair-i or demTandi agamnil
d cadeni : e.i- ai m'na rila Inh .rr
claim s min Irn- Courn WITHIN
THREE 3l I.IOAlTHSi AFTER
THE DTli OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NC NOTICE

ALL CLAIM . DEi.iMA1DO AIND
OBjECTiOrAs IJOT SO FILED
WILL BE FORE''ER BARRED

[JOTWiTHSTAIIDIING THE
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
ABOVE AliY CLAIM FILED
TWO Jri ','EARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED

Dare ol inr. I.ri pubDI.-.ai r.a l
ir.'; riel-r: *. Arr.I A s20ri ,

Personal Rnprt ernial ..
Benn. Vic-,re
j31r I Sell RC.ad
Jay Florida 3,56"

Anorney ic-r PF'- :iar.
Repre.enlar.,e
ISiepar.i Sci.-.mcn
55-1 Mo:,rgar. Road
Walr.u HaII Flor,..-Ia l-,a
1856'1:394 J.-441
iji,80r
l:,4 I l:ii


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO.: 57-2006-CP-I01
DIVISION- C

Irj RE Tr.,e E lairC.I

-L'VIilLEir:l PEADEI



NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(Summary Administration)

TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE:

i'.:,u .ar ri.'rcbi .r.i.c d ir.ai ar.
)rdr lI siummrr iry
Adm-irnisratl.or. na: bvern
a e.in,d r. Ihe C Isle .1I ALVIiJ
LEONJ PEADEir do.-:a.eI.
F.ie itum -ri . 7-.''1:1i6.CP- r01
-., in" i.rcuitrl ioi icr -Io.ar
Rc. a. Counrry Fri..na Pr,.:-.ai1
Dial.sr.n inc, dd re .. 01 a r .n.cr
i; 6.95 Ca,. in 5I r Seer Milron
Flrdia S. 3.5' mar inr dece-
-'r.'l aC l d.01 -air w as July
2,0 2'05 ir.a in i Ie .al .elue .:.
ie .=:,Iain *. , i:,l iii ui -,�
-.T.pg.l pr.panr anr.J Ir.ai Ihn
na-mesi and a-lre, an: ci lhciA
I1- ar.:i mi nrha. b-r, ai:.g-r.d
c.y :ucrn .-.r-er ai-
AIJME
.linn;a Jan.- P.3a.i:n

ADDRESS
4" i Sanra l.'iaDra..C
Fa-.:e Fi.r.,da 2'71

1ailer Giri-n P.-daa-r.
4j 1 Si.3rana 'illa Dri,-.
Pa,:e. Fl K.:di :'1"

ALL IITEREATEI, PERON.i
ARE NOTIFIED TH2-T


.-IceainnT a..d pr.riana i.-ar.nd
�liam: -:3 .3ci in r rei :, a.-id t , n.lrrn
-i alr i r.,, q:.r li- d r.d - :.ir.-r
roan rnc..n i-..:.r ..r. c.n-.c-c..i-:cc
i-a p.3nTi-.n .a.S: i.3a ir in Iri-
Drierr -I au.,nnTnl mar
ds.iiralitrali.C. mu:T hir ir.e .r
:1 ,n-' ,- r.i in - C-.:url WKITHuIN
THE TIME PROVIDED BY
LAW.

ALL L i, it r..1 i ,l i:,EI.1-rln ,
lOT :C' FILED WILL SE FOR-CH
E.'ER BARRED

IJOTWTIlTHiTAhiDiia, Ai.'
OTHER APPLICABLE TIf.IE
FERILC' , IJ, ,' llif.1 FILED
TWJO I .E ,ER': ,-R r.1RE
AFTER THIE DECELEriT 3S
DATE OF DEATH'IS BARRED.

THE DATE OF FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE IS
April 8, 2006.

Attorney for Persons Giving
Notice: .
/s/Thomas G.Van Matre, Jr.
THOMAS G.VAN MATRE, JR.,
of
TAYLOR & VAN MATRE, P.A.
4300 Bayou Boulevard, Suite
16
Pensacola, Florida 32503
(850) 474-1030
Florida Bar No.: 195250


Division

IN RE ESTATE OF

Wesley Eaward Hull

DECE:aed

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Trn. s,.iT.ir. 1ra ibor .l1 l c iir al
.-i We s eI Elard Hull.
ccac:ead An,-.e dale ol deain
wa- Febsuary 200r6 '' p.end.
.r.g n iunm Circuir Courr icr
Santa Ru:ra Courr; Florida
Plroual D-a.oron ihe addie
oi wrri:n us 66CS Caroline
Sr.eet Sule I] Miicor. FIc.:.ida
3"'.7..4- ? Tnr-e ~.aTice' anr.
addre1- e 01 oie i neras i rep-
re:er.rai1,e arnd me pier.,:nral
rere :eniani'e 5 an.rney .tre
-:ei I.- lrn r reli.a

Alt cri.ila.:rs c.1 Ir.. aec e 'a'l
an3d .:.inei per.-on r..aai� .
claim'-: r d an, .rn a ..Tai.is
.ace.eni: erniaiae cr't a.T.m a
cc .: . c:1 ir.I n.: 2i:ce rAuire dio
be 4er.el mu-i ide irer . l.Jams
.inr ir...; c:cu ur ITjiTHi THE
LATER OF , MONTHS AFTER
THE TIME OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATIOrI C.F THI3
ritTICE OR 30 LEAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPi OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM

li c.h r i l.r r d :' I irn me -dece
onr. and .:ire,' ptr:-.:-r na. 'n
claim- cr enimandI a. .raia:
.ece&.5 rdi :_ e iare .uj-: l1e1 ir e.
-:lamira .i in,.i ; curi WiTHirt s
.IOITHSC , a-FTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PuBLICATIC,'i
OF THIS NOrTICE

ALL CLAIMS INOT FILED
WITHIIj THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH Ill SECTION
7.13 -i OF THE FLORIDA
PHROBaTE CODE WILL BE
FORE. ER BARRED
rtOTVWITH'TAit-.IrJ'G THE
TItE PERIOD SET FORTH
ABO.E al',' CLAIl FILED
TWO t2 ',EaRSC OR MORE
PFTER THE DECEDEiNT S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED

Thr, ale ci i.r I puCob.: ai .c r ui
inia noti:Ce -: Apraml 6 .-00r

Anorin-a Ia:.r Per iCo al
Reprecesnlarve
z Daniel P Saba
Oan.el P Saba
Flor.da Bar ldo E-l141
Loc.-hrn J.rn.e- PA
r 6 40 ju'i:e Avernue
Mlioron Fl.ir.Ia 325:'57
TelApnc.: e . S,'i , r:,:- 3.i-:')

Per -i:'ai Repre s.- al.,i.,5
.f WiliIam T Hull
WIIam T Hull
i-11 Lm'ar.' HW-ay
a3anarre FiC.r.da 3_53-6

041S06.

4/254

Notice Of Sale

Tc.e Cr':-id io 1 mci.e rc-. Oed :cor
cn.arcie of Ic...r.g r.and i .,rage
Tie ven.ner. a.l be 'old 1.0 Ir-a
r.ijr.e. r m-Ider i . :oaaiir mirc
L.�- onr. Te c i.c:le Tne - 3le
w.il ,-r.Ae i 3 31 CD Rec:cvery
6509 E Oakland Dr 1 a.iion .n
S anra Ro. a Count, irnine Siale
mn FiC.r.Ida

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Carpel
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at a: .t rihe Santa Rosa
County Courthouse

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re,:-i -d tr t0 , 3 . Apri
25,2006, atwhich time bids Will
be opened and read aloud. All
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BID - CARPET B.-i
received after the time set for
the bid opening will be rejected
and returned unopened to the
bidder.

Questions concerning this
..request should be directed to
Mr. Thad Allen at (850) 623-
1569.

Specifications and bid form
may be secured from the Santa
Rosa County Website
(www.santarosa.fl.gov/bids) or
at the Santa Rosa County
Procurement Department at
the above address. Telephone
(850) 983-1833.


dants. I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at the
NORTH FRONT STEPS OF
COURTHOUSE at the Santa
Rosa County Courthouse, in
MILTON, Florida, at 11:00 a.m.
on the 26 day of April, 2006, the
following described property as
set forth in said Final
Judgment, to wit:

LOT 18, BLOCK 3, SANTA
VILLA IV, A SUBDIVISION OF
A PORTION OF SECTION 13,
TOWNSHIP I NORTH,
RANGE 29 WEST, ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT THEREOF,
AS RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK "C', PAGE 52, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA.


Attorney for Personal
Representative:
/s/ Daniel P. Saba
Daniel P. Saba
Florida Bar No. 640141
Locklin & Jones, PA.
i-lua. Jul5,:.- A.en'u"
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Personal Representative:
/s/Tamra Melissa Cutts
Tamra Melissa Cutts .
5955 Twin Oaks Drive
Pace, Florida 32571

040106
040806
4/241

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA PROBATE DIVI-
SION
File No. 57-2006-CP-21
Division B

IN RE: ESTATE OF


Persons Giving Notice:
/aI Jesica Jane Peaden
JESICA JANE PEADEN
Address: 4391 Santa Villa prive
Pace, Florida 32571

/Is Veronica Londrow Coutts
WALTER GERON PEADEN,
by his natural mother,
VERONICA LONDROW
COUTTS, pursuant to Florida
Statute 744.301
Address: 4391 Santa Villa Drive
Pace, Florida 32571

040806
041206
41253

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA PROBATE DIVI-
SION
File No. 57-2006-CP 104








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Obituaries


Foster, Karla
Capri Foster
1965-2006
On Monday, April 3. 2006,
Karla Capri Foster, age 40.
passed away in a tragic house
fire. Karla was bom and raised
in Gulf Breeze and made many
lifelong friends. She had been
an Emergency Medical
Technician with Okaloosa
County several years ago. and
was a graduate of the
Pensacola Junior College Law
Enforcement Academy. She
will be truly missed by all.
Karla is survived by her
children-Billy S.
Whatmough. and Miranda
Whatmough. The\ were her
jos and her reason for living.
She "\as also survived by her
mother- Jackie Foster of Gulf
Breeze: her father-Bill
Foster; stepmother-Camrey of
Pensacola: a brother-Mike
Foster of Gulf Breeze: aunts-
Bobbie Smith and Joann
Thompson: nephe\ -Anders
Foster: cousins-Richard Pait.
Jesse Pair. Stephanie Coalson,
Allan Smith. Gerald Smith.
James Smith. Aubrey
Thompson, Verna Ruth Tsson.
Diane Thompson. and Cheryl
Thompson. Karla also had a
treasure of friends that includ-
ed Chico Holloway. Lester
Hardin. Gloria "Siss\" Bible.
Nina Celes. Tom Hardin. John
"Flash" Knight, Eddie Childs.
Chris, Angie and Joe\ Barrow.
Kim Branch. Leigh Shell,
Darcy McCabe. Paige Weldon,
Jeff Smith. Devm Wilkie and
Kelly McGraw. to list only a
few. She loved her job and
commented mans times how
S, she loved working with her


associates at the Auburn Water
System in Crestview. where
she was the Administrative
Assistant to the Director.
Funeral services were 11
a.m.. Friday. April 7, 2006. at
Rose Law n Funeral Home
Chapel. in Gulf Breeze with
Rev. Donnie Cadenhead offici-
ating. Le"wis Funeral Home
directed Burial %%ill follow in
Rose Lawn Cemetery. The
family will receive visitors
from 6:00-8:00 p.m.,.Thursday,.
April 6.,2006. at Lewis Funeral
Home Chapel on Hwy. 90 in
Milton.
Donations may be made to
Heart to Heart. 4828 W.
Jackson Street. Pensacola. FL
32506 in her name.


Rich, Willie S.
1916-2006
Willie S. Rich, age 89. of
Pensacola, passed away\
Thursday. March 30, 2006 at a
local hospital. He was a native
of Santa Rosa County and
attended public school here.
After returning to Milton in
1994, he joined the Bethlehem
Primiti'e Baptist Church and
relocated to Pensacola v hen he
became ill.
He leaves to cherish his
memory a daughter-Mary
Agnes Rich Stacks of Milton: 2
sons- Alexander iGeni Rich
of Allentown. PA. and Henry
Ne\wton of Sacramento, CA:
sJep daughter-Nlilgret
iWillie. Woods of Little Rock.
AR: brother-Galloway
MNlolzoller) Rich of Pensacola.
FL: 8 grandchildren: 2 sisters-
in-law; a host of great-grand-
children. nieces, nephews and
other relatives and friends. A


special recognition of his
devoted nieces and nephew
%who cared for him during his
illness are Essie Spivey.
Bobbie Rich, Orastine
Franklin, and Sylvester Rich.
Funeral services will be 11
a.m.. Saturday, .April 8. 2006 at
the Bethlehem Primitive
Baptist Church with Elder
Edward T. Hayes. pastor offici-
ating. Burial %will follow in
Milton Key ser Cemetery with
Lewis Funeral Home of Milton
directing.

Bradley,
Eulailee McCary
1921 - 2006
Eulailee McCary Bradley
departed this life on Friday.
March 31. 2006. at the age of
84.
Mr. Bradley was bom to
Lew is and Ella Gordon
McCary in Milton. FL. He
served in the U.S. Army and
w\as retired from Pensacola
NAS.
He %was preceded in death
by his parents, first wife-
Annie Mae McCary and broth-
er- Albert Bradley.
Surn ivors include his
wife - Eunice Bradley of
Milton, FL. children-Fred
Mslaryi Browin of Mobile. AL,
Fred (Emma Jewel) Tibbs,
Robert McCary. Albuquerque,
NM. Betty McCary of
Germany. Barbara nLeonard)
Eskridge of Arlington. TX.
Lewis McCary. Jr.. Dianne
Steans and Arletha McCary. all
of Milton and 8 step-children:
I sister-Christine Slack of
Arlington, VA: sister-in-law -
Loretta Johns of Milton; broth-
er-in-law -C.B. Bass of


Lockhart. AL, and Jerome
Johns of Milton. numerous
grandchildren., great-grandchil-
dren. step-grandchildren.
nieces, nephews, cousins and
special friend-Albert
Williams.
Funeral services will be
2:30 p.m.. Saturday. April 8.
2006 in the Lew is Funeral
Home Chapel with Rev. Victor
T. Alexander, pastor of Isaiah
Chapel AMIE Zion Church.
officiating. Interment will be in
Milton Cemetery with Lewis
Funeral Home in charge of
arrangements.

Kelley, Henry
1923 -2006
Henry Kelley quietly
slipped into the w waiting arms of
Jesus on Monday. April 3.
2006.
Bom January 9. 1923 in a
small community near Elba.
AL. his family moved to Jay
when he \was around 5 years
old. He w\as a World War II vet-
eran. Many years were spent as
a farmer and carpenter. He was
retired from Santa Rosa
Counts School District's
Nlaintenance department.
He is survived by his wife-
Veda: his daughter-Pat (Donw
Bales: grandsons-Roy Neal
Allen. Danny Kelley: grand-
daughters-- Nancy (Allen.


p a u it rif


Learning Coalition
announces meetings
Pro% ider Services A&
Support changes meeting date
The Pro% ider Sertices and
Support Committee will meet
on Wednesday. April 12. 2006
at the Santa Rosa County
Health Department Conference
Room from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
All meetings are open to the
-public. For additional informa-
tion. call Suzanne Harrison at
626-2212.

Parent &
Child services,
meeting planned
The Parent and Child
Ser ices committee \\ill meet
Thursday,. April 13. 2006. at
the Berry hill Complex
Conference Room B from 10


a.m. to 12 noon. All meetings
are open to the public. For
additional information, call
Suzanne Hamson at 626-2212.

Friends of the.
Gardens to meet
The Friends of the Gardens
will hold their quarterly meet-
ing Thursday, April 13. 2005.
The speaker for the evening
%will be Tom Dickson of
Barrineau Park w\ho will speak
on Daylilies. Mr. Dickson has
held several offices in the
Pensacola Daylils Club and is
a professional grower of
day lilies. The meeutng w ill be
held on the PJC. University of
Florida 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 pub-
lic is invented to attend the
meeting and their support of
the gardens by membership is
alIways appreciated. For more
information call 983-5216 Ext.
113.

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 draw-
ing %will be held on April 25,
2006 to determine the winner!
You may purchase a ticket
from any Milton Rotary mem-
ber or by calling Katie Lane at
981-3352 or Jimmie Nlelvin at
626-2632. All proceeds w ill go
to charities in our community !
This is the first fundraiser for
the new l1 formed club.


Shakespeare Club invites you


The Milton Shakespeare
Club was organized in 1911 by
area women who% were interest-
ed in literary studies and %were
intrigued by the w writings of
William Shakespeare. It was
their intent to meet and discuss
the %% writings of literary men and
women so that the\ would hav e
some interesting studies above
and beyond their homes and
churches. The tradition of the
Milton Shakespeare Club con-
tinues today with the same
devotion to personal develop-
ment through academia.
The Club meets once a,
month for nine nionths.,
September through Nlay. has
an annual luncheon that occurs
sometime in late May or earl\
June. then rela\es for the sum-
mer months for time to be
spent w ith families. Each meet-
ing has one to four hostesses
and a literary program that is
prepared by one or several
members. Irt latter times of the
Club, the programs were more
limited in their literary scope
but today. with broader inter-


ests by members, programs can
' an from science. history. arts.
gardening, and even include
some literary topics true to the
original concept of the club.
Mrs. Ken Brooks and Mrs.
James St. John served as host-
esses for the March meeting of
the club. Their theme for the
meeting was 'green' so the
decorations and refreshments
took on a traditional St
Patrick's Day flair. The pro-
gram. prepared by Beverly St.
John. was also devoted to the
Irish. Beverly prepared a
delightful program entitled
".How The Irish Saved
Ci ilization" based on the
book of the same name by
Thomas Cahill Information
regarding St. Patrick "\as told
Sas well as the fact that the Irish
:were able to tra el throughout
Europe teaching and re-teach-
ing reading and ratingg to
areas that had lost their educat-
ed factions due to plagues and
famines. According to Mr.
Cahill, this fact alone is % hat
allows him to give credit to the


Irish for saying ciilizaiion b\
re-educating the masses. Of
course it \\as mentioned that
Mr. Cahill is Irish!
The April meeting for the
Milton Shakespeare Club will
ha\e an interesung twist. It
will be a "high tea' at the home
of Mrs. Bruce Richards. The
members and guests are look-
ing forward to this meeting
with hopes of learning some
gardening ,secrets and tips
from MyIrna Richaids with the
added benefit of enjoying her
'e er-blooming gardens.


@ your library


Milton Public Library
5541 Alabama St., Milton, FL
32570, 623-5565
Library Hours: Monday,
Friday, Saturday-9 to 5.
Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday- 9 to 8.

National Library Week:
April 2-9 - Visit your library
and celebrate National
Library Week.
Gulf Coast Gardening
from the Ground UP! The
UF/IFAS at the Milton
Library and the Navarre
Library on Saturdays at 1:30-


3:00 p.m.-
Vegetable Gardening -
Milton, April 15 (originally
scheduled for March 4)
Registration for each class
will open at the respective
library at 1:00 p.m. on the day
of the class
IRS Tax Forms are now
available @ Your Milton
Library!
AARP Tax Aid Program
through April 15:
The AARP consultants offer
free IRS tax preparation serv-
ices @ Your Milton Library
each Tuesday and Thursday
9:00 - 1:00. No reservations
are taken; attendees are assist-
ed on a first come, first served
basis.
Visit the Santa Rosa County
Library booth at the Santa
Rosa County Fair April 4-9!


Lean more about your library
and register to get a library
card.
Children's Programs -
Spring Theme:
Farm Animals and
Forest/Woodland Animals
Group Story Time for Ages
3-5_each Wednesday at 9:30
- this is for caregii er groups
- appointment required
Preschool Story Time for
Ages 3-5 each Wednesday at
.10:30 - Children should be
able to attend story time with-
out a caregiver.
@ Your Library -
www.santarosa.fl.us/libraries
Serving all communities of
central Santa Rosa County,
including Allentown, Avalon,
Bagdad, Chumuckla, Harold,
Milton, Munson, Pace, Pea
Ridge and all areas in between.


Fields and Dana Quillen and 6
great -grandchildren.
Also surn iing him are his
wife's family that he so dearly
loved - children. Ronnie and
Sherry Hawthorne. Wayne and
Patty HaRwthorne, grandchil-
dren including Amy (Brian)
Haw\thorne, Jeff Hawthorne,
Karnn (Boo) Weekles.
Summer. Heather and W\hitney
Haw thorne, and 2 great-grand-
sons-Nolan Hawthorne, and
Parker Weekles.
A funeral w\as held
Wednesday. April 5. 2006 at 2
p.m. at Ja\ Funeral Home with
Brothers" Bobby Carnley and
James Baker officiating. Burial
followed at Cora Cemetery.
Active pallbearers were
Glenn Bingham. Frank
Lowery,. Darr)l Paul. Charlie
'Tsner. Wayne Crutchfield. and
Jerry Mitchell.
The family would like to
thank Jay Hospital. the staff at
Century Care Center and Dr. C.
Da id Smith.
Jay Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.

Lowery, Norma Ray
Norma Ray Lowver. age 71.
of Milton. passed away
Monday. April 3. 2006.
Mrs. Lowers was a native of
Bayou La Batre. AL. and had
resided in the Milton area since


1974. She was a sta5-at-home
Mom. taking care of her hus-
band and eight children. She
lo ed bowling and dancing.
She is preceded in death b\
her son-Glenn Hams and 2
daughters-Judy Collier and
Holly Cornelius.
Mrs. Lo`wery is survived by
her husband of 36 \.ears-Roy
B. Lowery. of Milton: her 2
sons-John Paul Shine of
Pensacola. and Ray mond
Anthony Lowery of Milton:
her 3 daughters-Sheila
Deakle, of Bayou La Batre.
AL. Charlotte Cook and Paula
Shine, both of Pace: her step-
daughter-Teresa England of
Eight Mile. AL: and 15 grand-
children. one of whom she
helped raise. Cheryl Anderson:
and 4 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Lowery were 11 a.m..
Thursday. April 6. 2006 in the
Lewis Funeral Home Milton
Chapel with Rev. John Webb
officiating and Lew is Funeral
Home in Milton directing.
Visitation was one hour pnor to
sern ices. Burial followed in the
Milton Cemetery.
Pallbearers "\ere Raymond
Lowers. Paul Shine. Dale
Cook. Thomas McLeod.
Richard McLeod. and Michael
Bosarge.
Lewis Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.


Saturday April B, 20 . 06


The Santa Rosa Press Gazette


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Gospel singing
Bethel Holiness Church
' located on Old Pollard Road,
Jay, Florida, is having Gospel
Singing with The Callo%%a.s.
Gayldn and Rebecca. Sunday,
SApril 9. 2006.
'Morning .Worship is at 10
a.m. and SundaN School is at
10:45 a.m. Gospel Singing will
begin at 11:30 a.m.


Relay for Life
silent auction
Pine Level Baptist Church
%,.ill hold their Relay for Life
Silent Auction Saturda\. April
8, 2006. from 10 a.m. until 1
p.m. at the Ja\ Community
Center.
Proceeds from the auction
Sill go to the American Cancer
Sociert 's RelaN for Life.
There will be a lot of good
items up for the auction. so
come on do%\ n to the
Community Center and sign
up. It is a good cause.

FOJL ongoing
book sale
Friends of the Ja\ Library
are still holding their Ongoing
Book Sale. Prices range from
25c each to rihe books for a
S$100. \%ith the exception of
older paperbacks.
Look on the \%all to the
n right. -\hen wou go in the Ja\


Library\ for the books on sale.
Profits go to help improve
Jay Library's services and
resources a\ ailable to the Jay
area citizens. For more infor-
mation, please call 675-6293.

Chamber &
JAMA to meet
The Jay Area Chamber of
Commerce %ill meet Monday.
April 10, 2006. at the Jay
Community Center, beginning
at 6 p.m. Supper "aill be served.
This is a combined meeting
of the Chamber and the Ja\
Area Merchants Association
I.J IAM).

MCMC
annual meeting
Moore Creek Mount Carmel
Utilities i" water system will
hold their annual meeting
Monday. April 10. 2006 at the
Jlay Cit\ Hall. The meeting \\ ill
begin at 7 p.m. Three board
seats are up for election. Cash
prizes \ ill be given to luck\
NICIMC members \\ ho hold the
Sinning tickets The cash
prizes are - one-S100. 2-$50.
and four-S'25.
Members of MCNIC afterr
sN stem are encouraged to come
and tote to fill the three board
seats and find out \ khat is going
on in \'our water si stemn. There
\ ill be a financial report and
)our questions ains\\ered.


The Sannta Rosa Press G~iaztte


S a t u r d a y A p r i l 0 , 0 u u o1 , ,,* - v . . * . .. . .. . . . - -. ..
Today in Jay


Can you guess


what this is?

Make? 7


Model? Year?


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Jay Elementary School announces honor roll students


The follow ing students v worked
dthigenitl and made the Honor
Rolls at Ja\ Elementar, School
for the Third Nine \Weeks of
2005 2006( s-c hool c ear
Coneratulations'


Dal(on Bohning Makenzie
Bra.. Paige Bra'i. Bnana Bro'n.
Jeffre:, Chen. Kolb\ Copeland.
Brooke Donahue. Camille Dri'er.
Cod)s English. Thomas Fischer.
-nna Gibbs Carist.\n Golden.
Abb\ Harrison. Tessa Hendricks.
Summer Jo ner. Haden
NMcCaskill. Colb, Odom. Carl\
- O'ens, MereJirh Ov.en,, Hannah
Ro cb its. Lo.an R-,..eii. Pai" ,
. Srnruh. Satchel starline. Bra Lee
Straahbridge. Shelby Thonias.
Ma. .- Whman. aid DlIan \\>olfe.
AlI As & B's
Eddie Aeraut. Austin Autre\,
Katie Baker. Sarah Barues. Dana-
Blackmon. Allison Blair. Kaylen
Blair. Kai\ Bodiford. Crs:tal
Bronri. Cod', Briani. Chandler


Burgess. Eli Burkhead. Jacob
Burnham. Shellic Butler. Tra' is
Co.oleN. Abhb Copeland. Rode!l
Denriham. Colbh Dianiond. Lauren
Diamond. Mallora\ Diamond.
Emil, Dobson. Lauren Dufilho.
Kendra Duncan. Kirah Dunsford.
Erin Fiirall, Aaron Flohd. Justice
Garcia. Joshua Ga,,.Jerenmi Gibbs.
1. D Godfie\. Jacks.on Godv.in.
John Daniel Golden. Ean
Goodson, Dalton Gunn T\iler
Hlartien. Hilljir Hendricks. Austin
Hernng. Tabitha Hoomes. Diandra
Howard. Sai\ner Hudson. Ale\
Jackson. -mAbeil\ lames. Mike
KelleN. Ta\lor Kelle\. Jason
-Knight, Morgan Lev.-is. Keith
.L .I_,u ibc. S , dine) L,.,.. ci . . K1,-: j- ,i
Lov' rN. Che,enne Mack. Daniel
Madden, Tro\ MNlndris. Noah
McCarth,. Holden McCaskill.
Megan McGee. Derek
McLaughlin. Tr-stin McLau-hlin.
Morgin Mitchemr. llt ia Moore.
Ta:, lor Moore. Jake Motsco, Haley
N Mulford. Zackar Nolan, Brooke
Odom. T,ler Odom, James


Parariore. Jod, Paramnore. Nakala
Paul. Jessal'n Phelps. Blake
Pilrim. T', ler Pres-cott. Ariel
Printz. Abb, Rane, Tori R.au-ht.
Ton Reed. Stephani Rice..- Aliha
Roberts. Austin Sapp. Ja.Lob
Shultz. Rebecca Shultz. les-l',n
Singlee. Kajtelnn Stetson. Brooke
Tegenkamnp. NMarshal Thomas.
Eric Tie\ino. Bakleigh Lipton.
Hunter Vaughn. Ben \\atson. Lor.i
Watson. Sarah \\eaer. Connor
\Veekes. Kendra ellsls, Laura
\\Wess.el. Hunter \\liarnms. Shania
\\ilson. and NMaranda \\ise.

Citizenship.
Jacob F'',rit,. Brodi Del.ch.h
Haylee M a-...., K.-dil \e,-k,',.
Noah Good'on. Mjatilie.'.
Boumt.ell. Amber Dames. Aleus
SingleN. Rile\ Johnson. Colb\
Jandran, Luke Burkhead. Morgan
Flo\d, Ka,.la Perr\, Chrisiian
McCall, Dakota Rile,, Shelb\
Edwards, Rebecca Boutwell; Cori
Ritter, Case Steadhair. Breidanr
Patterson. Dallihn Ed. .rds, Lesliec


Kelles. Hana Franklin. MNadison
Head. Carissa Mulford. Jame,
Hatfield. Je.se Belaneer. Brilan-
Are,.� Sdne) Atkins Cod'. Deese.
Robin Green. Marcuis \Vallace,
Sidra Sprai. T, ier Blackinon.
Brerit Shuier. Kim Gurn. Shila
Routee. Brianna Pearson. Kal\i
O'Brien. Dakota Cassad\. Conner
Hendricks. NMichaela Steikart.
Riana Wolfe. Matthev. Cat\er,
Kamerson Richardson. Samantha
Steadhamn. Kenned', Saltier. jerod
Jone., . - J Nash. Ton Raught.
Jackson God'.lin, Ma\ Whitarian
Briiittai Ash-.oith. effre, Chen.
Briana Brov'.n, Clint Sheffield.,
Shanria Dales. Ba, leigh Lip[.n.
Hunter \\illliaiis .Jas.'n Gonzalci,
Rebekah , .Macks. Hillar.
H-endncks. Blake Pilgrim. Ta lor
Moore. Isaiah Pyvrtz. Katelinn
Stetsonr. Dyin Sirms, Cod)
Thonmpson, Shellie Butler, Slielb
Thomas.. ake Mlotsco, Becca
Call.'..a.) Haden McCaskill.
Jesse Cain, C:arist, n Golden.
AustinriAutrey, anid Abbs RaneN


Santa Rosa Christian is proud of their honor students


The following students
worked real hard and achieved
their status on [he "A" and:
�"A B" Honor Rolls for Santa
Rosa Christian School.
Cong ratulations'

"A" Honor Roll:
Canireron Badders.. Alc\andra.
Blankenship. Andre'. Brien.
Allyson : Devine, Abigail
F.irrini;to'n. Chri'tiane Gambold
Jessic.i Olsen. Joelle Romeu,.,
Tori Ware, Hannah DelMarco
Alessandria Holley, KaN leb
Lips, Rachel Adams, Claire
Armstron., Adreana Bell, Erik
Blackwell, Sabrina Bonilla,


Al.ssa Brainard. Jason Gibson,
Tommni Hurle\. Adriana Patrick,
Enima Hamilton. Gabrielle
Hans.,en. Mariah Holt, Hunter
McKinnorn.'Dona Maria Reed
Hannah Wakeman, Brian,
Abecnojar. Chekenne Andrew,
\Vill Blankenship, Kyle
Brainard Stei.en Truhlat.
Bethany Van Riper, Devin
Z% olski, and Nicole W hitne .
Jonathan Van Riper. Miss.
Watson, Ri an Brainard, Oliver
Guthmann, Mariana Barrag:in,
Zachar', Farrington. Aubrey
Harden, Kyle Harwell, Jessica
Lee, James Van Riper, Ariane
"lanbold. and Janic Smith,


"A'B" Honor Roll
Cole Foster, Karina
Gutliniann. Margaret Haniltoln.
Samiuel Truhlar, Kenra \are.
James Adams, Chase Andrew,
Aron Atencio. Jonatih.ar
Brainard, MNahl Burch. Brandon
Craver, NMeKe rina Engle, Bailey
McKenzie. Morzgan Newton,
Nyomie Norrish, Justin Polk,
Dalia Reed. Hunter Rollo,
Brenden Snmith Jeffre\ Ste,,ail.
Trey West, fMichael \\hit-ne:,.
Bryan Brainard, Austin B',id.
Tristan -Deaver, Niclh.la-
Gardner, Ethan Honeycutt,
Emily Jepsen, Tyler Kowalski,
Remy Ruryk, Dillyn Tuller,


Rebelah \\Vachob, Christopher
VWal ton, Lexi Ward. A\lexandra
Ardoiri. Christi,an Bondi, Andre
Correa, Rachel Deyine, Ashley
Johnson, Dakota Lynch, Katelyn
Whitne,. Mariali Aid, Nicholas
Badders. Laka\ lah Bowen,
Adrian Dun, Breeannii Grace%.
Paul Martin. Ale. Re nolds.
\shleN Ste\en,. Leah Ard. TJ
McNeil. Senja Reed; Natalie
Rollo, Joseph V\a..hib. Kye-
Keyann Bates, Jamie Crawford,
Ashley Frenk, Alexius Jackson,
Carby Lohr, Jonathan Hand,
Ambrosia Jones, Brittney
McNeil. Shaun' Babb, Jolie
Jepsen; and Saiah Bei,.


Oriole Beach honor roll students are congratulated


Mrs. ' Sherry .Diamond,
Principal, Mr, Warren Stevens,
Assistant Principal, and the Oriole
., Beach Elemenentar Staff congratu-
late the following student., of the
3rd 9 weeks grade period.
3rd Grade - Camille Adkison,
Dalton Cramer, Sydney Ezelle,
Lindsey Harrison, Griffin Lynch,
Hannah Miller, Lyndsey White,
Joshua Wise;Nolan Blanchard,
Rachel Carr, Sarah Grubbs, Devin
Gura, Alex Holloway, Taylor
Robinson, Jeffrey Tonti;Kayla
Carroll, Brittany Cole, Hailey
Gilbert, Dylan Hanks; Zach
Arner, Thomas Flynn, Molleigh
Moore, Gant Player, Allie Truett,
Emily Viglione, Savannah
Wilson;Kaitlin Carver, Trent
Compton; David Paul Carbaugh,
Isabella Espenscheid, Jacob
Kubik, Samuel Hicks, Brent
Perez;Jordan Doman, Collin
Kagan, Brie Perdue, Jacob Peavy;
4th Grade-Alex Kagan;
Christopher Laurent, Abbey
Olsen, Madison Ormsby, Alyssa
Riley, Elizabeth Spence; Josh
Ceravolo, Julia Cutler, Lydia
Ellington, Olivia Fry, Kaleigh
Holifield, Maggie Player, Ashley
Tringas; Tiffany Girod, Katie
McComber, Gillian Werner;


C,'uine\ Avritt, Madeldine
Emnholz. Amelia Leenig, Kaylen
Reynolds;
5th Grade - Rachel Carter. Y-
nhu Ngo.Blaec Belarano,. Aly
Coleman, Andrev. F1 nn. Trent
Kehoe, Elizabeth Ken'ortiby,
Christina Rutherford;, Anna
Caldwell, Haley Doman, Thomas
Humphrey, Mitchell Scudiero,
Chad Wise; Christin Campbell,
Stuart Campbell, Derek Matusz,
Torrey \Williams, Nick Bookout,
Hailey Philips, Justin Williams;,
Gavin Beck'. ith. Alycia Gilbert,
Nick Kozbiel, Justin Shoemaker;
A/B Honor Roll
3rd Grade- Terry Barnes,
Dylan Blass, Tori Christiana, Erin
Dellinger, Jasmyn Hearn, Kenny
Herrholz, Larissa Hillman, Kevin
Kuktelionis, Zach Mathews,
Emily Naquin, Kendall Parrett;
Gunnar Andersen, Janna
Campbell, Kyle Goldsmith, Mac
Pewitt, Taylor Scheele; Samantha
Clark, Isabel Randall, Meredith
Snyder, Alicia Stevens, Claire
Youngman; Sebastian Brainard,
Alison Courtney, Noah Desimone,
Cayla Ephraim, Landon Godwin,
Susie Harris, Alison Jennings,
Zach Ray, Taelor Smith, Brooke
Torraca; Nathanie Arner, Luke


Stachler, Brent White, Melia
Wright, Jackson Shelton; Gray
Aanestad, Haley Clifft, Chloe
Gillman, Dylan Hollov .,. Aimbet
Moynihan, Nicholas Phlam,
Makenna Powell, Tea Richardson,
Alyssa Stivers
Bailey Anderson, Holly
Diermyer, Yasha Loera-Gracia,
Ashley McIninch;
4th Grade-Mason Baker,
.Gwen Brewer, CC Hamlin, Abi
Kaufmann, Courtney Land, T.J.
Owen, Emily Senn, Will
Turnipseed, Hayden Waters,
Mariah Winslow; David Akridge,
Baylee Bunyard, Erin Burgess,
Kaylen Darrow, Nick Gelormini,
Aspen Lee, Kaitlyn Leopard,
Sarah Meehan, Chase Parnell,
Sydney Willard; Lindsey Babb,
Regan Beard, John Cobb, Emily
Delp, Joshua Dick, MaiChi Do,
Don Harris; Patrick Macauley,
Katie McCloskey; Danielle
Bodovetz, Carole Anne
Henderson, Hannah Holthaus,
Jonathan Martin, Blake Myers,
Caleb Smith; Logan Brown, Cori
Day, Daniel Lawson, Erika
Herrholz, Ian Skeves, Ashley
Truax; Tyler Beddow, Katie
Depler, Gray Dorsey, Austin
Garrett, Matthew Holman,


Brianna Rogers, lan Scroggins,
Victoria Sullivan, Joey Tobin, Will
Weston, Nick White
5th Grade - Don Traii..Jloe Fr-,.
Lena Hall, Ale\ Pag.o:nis, Shannon
Ga.llenbeck, Rand, Halpin. Ian
Sarra; Nina ' Ewens, Josh
Gerdeman, Cody' King, Nick
Maduri, Angela McGaugh, John
Murphy, Mark Schoettle, Mallory
Tarkowski;
Dalton Barlow, Brock Clifft,
Sydney .Dawson, Katarina
Espenscheid, Ayyan Goudeau,
Vanessa Holding, Kolt
Johnson,Kristen Neyman, Cory
Parker, Emily Samson, Connor
Torraca, Patrick Turnipseed;
Simone Caniekeratne, Monica
Castanon, Kyle Folland, Devin
Holt, Madison Hubbard, Matt
Kolokouris, Darian Lee, Taylor
Marcum, Zach Middleton, Seth
Rejda, Austin Robertson; Craig
Barnhill, Justin Copeland, Eliza
Jones, Elizabeth Kubik, Michael
Lewis, Ben Lockhart, Maddison
Luchsinger, Jessica Odom,
Brandon Vogt, Zack Winslow;
Korie Abernathy, Landon Cagle,
Hunter Dellinger, Courtney Platt,
Savannah Richardson, Peter
Vierthaler, Nathan Youngman.


Page 9-A


Tody n ayBref


May Beans

Jul Beans


Jun Can Dollar 0.8687

Jun Aust, Dollar 0.7299


May OJ

May Lumber


May Corn 241.5 Jun Tbonds 108.625 May Cocoa.


May Wheat 352.5 Jun Hogs


Jun Euro


1.2283 May Pork Belly


Jun British Pound 1.7541


Jun Yen


Jun Cattle


0.858 Jun Gold


Jun Swiss Franc 0.7812

Jun U.S. Dollar 88,63


May Silver


64.075 May Coffee

81.975 ,May Sugar


150.95

325.6

1496

108.85

,17.77


74.6 May Crude Oil 67.94

600.4 May Heat Oil 1.8907

12.105 May Unleaded 1.9999


May-Copper 264.25


May Nat. Gas 6.972


Source: A.G. Edwards & Sons, Inc.
Richard Hill Turner, Jr., Vice President-Investments


Kitchen Korner



Noodles
. . , - k ,. .\ /.
3 egg yolks " ..
2 tsp. water
pinch of salt . _."- ,
flour L'" '


Enough flour kneaded into the dough to
make it as hard as possible. Take 1/2 of it at
a time and roll as thin as paper. Let dry
slightly, roll into a loose roll and cut very
fine with a sharp knife. Spread out to dry.
Use any noodle recipe. Especially good for
chicken noodle soup.
-Kolbe Family



Futures Markets iWeekly Recap - Explosive
Gains in the Mletals leads widespread Commodity
Rally.
By late last week, three of the most popular corn-.
modity indexes, the CRB. Goldman Sachs,
Goldman Sachs. and Do\w Jones-AIG. had all
reached their highest levels in almost seven weeks.
Big gains in the metal, softs. and energy complex-
es were the main drivers behind the gains., while
livestock futures appeared to be the' biggest
restraint on even greater highs. Gold and silver led
the w\ay in the metals. as the $600 mark \\as
breached in the October 2006 contact. arid front
month lNay Silver rocketed through the $11 maik
and reached new\ 23 year highs of $11.71 1/2 by
Thursday's close. Several factors \\ere cited for the
strength in metals., including increased world ten-
sions, and of first quarter positioning, and anticipa-
tion of SEC approval for a proposed silver ETF. An
American Stock Exchange official speculated that
the ETF could begin trading as early' as the first
\\eek of April. In addition a big pullback in the
U.S. dollar against the Euro currency on Thursday
helped boost the entire complex\. helping copper
and palladium set new contract highs as \\ell as the
precious metals.
In the softs pits, cocoa. cotton, and coffee all ral-
lied off some recent 1o\vs. sugar continued to build
on its recent run higher, and orange juice hit new
contract highs as it broke through the $1.50 mark
for the first time since earl\ 1992. While each com-
modity has its ow n fundamental reasons helping to
support the market, there \\ere some common rea-
sons cited by traders for the surge in prices. Big
gains inin other commodities, primarily gold and
crude oil, probably led to additional speculative
buying. rather than the usual commercial or indus-
trial participation. Once again, a downturn in the
dollar \vas also cited as bullish for the markets, as
it makes U.S. products cheaper for foreign cus-
tomers.
After trading below $62 as recently as March
23rd, Ma\ Crude Oil Futures staged an impressive
rally. breaking through $67 for the first time since
early' Februar\y. Ongoing political worries in
Nigeria. coupled with increased fears about the sit-
uation in Iran and a bullish weekly in\ entor\ report
helped push the entire petroleum sector higher.
Reports surfaced late last w\\eek that. Iran would
conduct a major military\ exercise in the Persian
Gulf, which could further fahi the flames of a poten-
tially incendiary situation, as the UN continues to
work toward halting Iran's nuclear ambitions. On
Wednesday, the Department of Energy's .weekly
storage report shoed a draw on gasoline stocks of
5.4 million barrels, much more than analysts had
been expecting. The resulting gains in unleaded
Gasoline Futures spilled over into the Crude Oil
pits, driving the market back within a few dollars of
the ?$70 mark.


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I The Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Saturday April 8, 2006


Church
AFRICAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL ZION
Isaiah Chapel AME Zion Church
5i038 Dr. Martin Luther King. Jr
Drne. Milton

AFRICAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
Greater Bethlehem AIME
5299 Richburg St . Milton

ANGLICAN
Trinimt, by the Fields
490I West Spencerfield Road, Pace

APOSTOLIC
First Apostolic Church
5574 E. Highway 90,. Milon
Pace Apostolic Church
4763 Old Guernsey Road. Pace

ASSEMBLIES OF GOD
Bagdad 1 si Assembli of God
4513 Forsih Street. Bagd:ad
East Milton Assenmb, of lGod
5174 WVard Basri Road. Million
Ebenezer .Asseniblr ot God
Ebenezer Church Road. Jay
Faith Chapel Assembly of God
205 South Airport Road. NMilon
First Assembl, of God
6163 Dogwood Drive. Million
Glad Tidings Assembr of God
E. Highway 90. Pace
.ia\ First .As-embly of God
400 S. Alabama Street. Ja',
McLellan Assembl. of God
60(50 Three Noich Trail, Milon
Nea Hope Assembli of God
95510 Chumuckla Hi% N. Pace
Pace Assenbly of God
3.94- H,%. 90. Pace
True Grace Fellow, ship Assembly.
ot God
5P17 Wiillard Norris Rd., Milion
Welcome Assembly of God
8581 Welcome Church Road,
Abiloni

BAPTIST - .A
Berrhill Road Bapiost-ABA
30145 Bernr hill Road Milton
Bethet M ,issionar\ Baptist -AB-\
6175 Old Bagdad Ha\. . Milton
Fell,'. ship Baptist Church ABA
5223 H\.90.Pace
First lissioriar. Baptist -ABA
3949 Pace Road. Pace
Galilee MissionarN Baptiit- ABA
Hvy 9l, W\est Milton

BAPISIT
Aralon Baptist
4316 Aralon BlI.d . Milton
East Side Baptist
4584 \\ard B.i.ir. R ..ajd. M, i.-ii
Faith Baptiit
6423 Hamilton Bridge Rd. Million
First Baptiot ,m Harold
115.85 Goodrange Drre. Milton
Mount Pilgrim Baptst
5!03 Dr. Martin Luther King Ir
Street. Mtlion
St. John D, mne Miss-ionai-y.Baplist
5363 St. Johns Street. Milton

BAPTIST - INDEPENDENT
Bible Baptist Church of Pace


Directory


401 Il Vern Street. Pace
Bible \\ja Baptist Church
5976 Dog%'ood Dn'.e Milion
Bro' nsdale Bapnsit Church
Chuniuckia Hw'. lay
Jo:, Bible Baptist
8613 Huy 90. Milton
Pleasant Hill Missionary Baptist
5550 Econfina Street. Mlorton
Solid Rock Baptist
6760 East Gate Road. Milton
Trinit Baptist
5301 Highway. 90. Pace
Victory Baptist
411000 a\\alon BIld., Milton
West Florida Baptist
5621 HaN 90, Milton
Fil Am Baptist Church
5240 Dogv.ood Dri.e. Milton
BAPTIST -SOLUTHERN
A\alon B.iptiit
4316 M\alon Bld.. Milton
Berrndale Baptist Church
6 '30 Hki -4. Ij\%
Billor\, Ist Baptist of Holler,-
Nava'.rrec
Higha\MI S" North Holle',
Black'.'ater Baptist
11689 Munson H\'.' . Milton
CalvaIry Baptist
H., W9.Allentiov.n
Cora Baptist
12953 Hwy 197. la.
East Side Baptist
4SS4 \Vard Basin Road. Million
Ferns Hill Baptisi
684 Chaffin Street Milton
First Bagdad Bjapust
452'-' Fors, h St.. Bagdad
First Bapiist oi Gjrcon Point
1 'O Garcon Point Rd . Milton
First Baptist of Milton
6797 Caroline St.. Milton
Florida Bapust Con\ention
341 Ashmore Lane. Pace
Flondaito n Baptist
3851 Diamond Street .Pace
Harmony Ridge Baptist
5536 H\-y. 90 W. Pace
Hickory' Hammock Baptist
Hiclkory Hammock Rd. E.Milton
Imrnanual Baptist
4187 H.\;,. 91i. P.ce
lanes Street Bputist
6658 Jame' Street. Million
Ja\ First Bapust
214 S Alabama Street. Ja\
Lir ine Truth Church
iConteniporary i
leenn- at S S. Di\xon Intermediate
School. Pace
Mount Caliar So Baptist
53'1i0 Berrt hill Road Milton
Ner Bethel Baptist
li 1095 Chumuckl.i H'.- , Jaj\
Ne, L.ie Bapii't
635.'0 Bi(a,b.rr Street. Million
Mount Pleasant Baptiust
6151 Dogrood Dr. Milton
Oliet Baptist
5240 Dog"ood Drie NMiltor
Pine Le'el Baputst
3300 Pine Le\el Church Road. Jay,
Pine Terrace Bapiist
6212 Pine Blossom Road Milton
Pleasant Home Baptist
8500 Pleasant Home, NMunson
Santi. Rosa Baptist Aso


~i~kk~zdtIL q~atJ~of 3L~


Amol


FenLis Hill Church of God in Christ
909 N. Alabama St.. Million
Hope Ministr. -Church of God in
Christ. [nc
113 Willing Street. Milton
World Church of God
Milton \Worship Center
5177 Stei\art St., Milton
Community Chapel Church of God.
-4300 Pace Lane.
South of Wal-Mart
Second Chance
Church of God in Christ
5887 N. Stevart St.. Milton

CHURCH OF GOD
Covenant Church of God
4645 School Ln . Pace
Church of God of Prophect
6-10 Gl:er Lane. Million. FL

COMMUNITY-OF CHRIST
Cornmunit, of Christ
6656 RaN.,mond Hobbs St.Ailtin

CHURCH OF.IESUS CHRIST
OF LATTER DA _SAINT
Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter da\ Saints
5737 Berrt hill Rd.. Milton

EPISCOPAL


6S20 H',. 87 North Milion
Spring Hill Baptist Church
9214 Munson Hr', Milton
Wallace Bapnst Church
6601 Chumuckla HwN.
Woodbine Baprist Church
4912 Woodbine Road Pace

BAPTIST -NIHSSIONARY
NM Bethel Baptist
175 Limit Street Milton
Nei\ Macedonia Baptist Church
4751 Chumuckla Hv.y. Pace
Ne\ Providence Nlissionar'i
Baptist
4175 Popcorn Rd.. Milton

CATHOLIC
St Rose of Lima Catholic Church
6457 Park A'e SW Milion. FL

CHARISMATIC
Sheperd House MinistrN
5739 Stevart St. Million

CHURCH OF CHRIST
Bagdad Chuch of Crinst
4413 Garcon Point Hv.y.. Bagdad
Berr- hill Church of Chnst
3679 Berryhill Rd Pace.
Church of Christ
300 Margaret St Milton.
lay Church of Chnst
E. High ay- 4. Jay
Margaret Street Church of Christ
6'45 Margaret Street. Milton,
McLellan Church of Christ
lMunson Hu y Milton
Susan St Church of Christ
600 Susan St. Milton
West Milion Church of Christ
5300 Highr ay 90. Pace
Pea Ridge Church of Christ
4400 Bell Lane. Pea Ridge

CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST


St Mar, 's Epicopal Church
6542 Oak St. Milton

FULL GOSPEL
Million Victor3) Minirstres
7235 E Hv 90 Milton
Li% ing Faith Church
7400 Reformauon Rd Milton

HIOLINESS
Hollandton Holiness Church
I 51 Pine' iev. Church Rd. Ja\N
Contact Hansel Prescontt 65-4346
Cobbto n Holiness
4700 Greenood Rd
Ja:,. FL 32565

INDEPENDENT
Grace Bible Church
623 Chestnut, Milton

INTERDENOM1INATIONAL
E angel Chriian Church
6763 Margaret St. Milton
Ken Sumerall Minisitres
4901 Forest Creel; Dr. Pace

.IEHOV4H'S WITNESSES
Jeho'ah's \\tnesses Milton
Congregation
5696 Bernrhill Rd, Milton

LLTHERAN _
Eternal Trinity Lutheran Church
6076 Old Bagdad Hr'\ . Milton

METHODIST
Chlnsi Lnited Methodist Church
5983 Dogr.ood Dr.. Million
Chtrnmuckla United Mlethodist
Church
9485 H\%\. 197. Chunmuickla
Elizabeth Chapel Linted Methodist
Church
SiO.0 Chumuckla Hv.\ . Pace
I st Urited Meith Church ot Pace
4540 Chumuckla Ho v.. Pace
\\odbrm United Methodist
.Church
5200 Woodbine. Pace
Bagdad United Methodist Church
-;4540 Fors,ith St . B.gdad
First United Metliod;is Church
6SW3 Bertr\hil! Rd.. Milton
J.I, United Meth':,dist Church
300 South Alabama St . Jai'
Mae Ed.,ards NMemorial ULirted
Methodist Church
5052 NMulat Road. Milton. FL
Pine ie" LUnited Methodist Church
14i00 Pine% ie"\ Church Rd Ja',.
\\esle Menorial LUnited Methodist
Church
4-'l0 School Ln, Pace. FL
Woodbine United Methodist
Church
52011 \\oodbine-Rd.. Pace

NAZARENE
First Church of the Nazarene
5162 Aenida Del Fuego. Pace

NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Chrisatin Life Church
4-401 A\alon Blid. Million
Chnsnan Life Church
4-1401 Ajalon Blkd , Milton
Church of the Lri ing God


3375 Garcon Pi. Mliltin
Nev Teitamnent Church
5277 Glo.er Ljne, Mli[on
Shepherd Houue Ministnes
5739 N Stei'.art St . Milton
Word Ali.e Chrintian Church
57(17 Ste".arr St.. Milton
\\et Milton Church of Christ
53i(00 High'.\a, 90. Pace

PE NTECOSTAL
Gospel Lighthouse Church
li1"li01 Chumuickla Hr. .. Pace
unitedd Pentecostali
Church ot Berr',dale
75SO H8v.: 4.IJa\,

PENTECOSTAL - HOLINESS
Mount Zion Pentecostal Holines-
Church
5532 Osceola St.. Miitor
Chumuckla Pent'.coustal Hiline.%s
Church
2541 Hu,, jIS2.' j\
Lit ing \Word \\or;hip Centei
55'73 Ste airt St. Million
Roe ille Holiness Churchr
Murison Ha ', . Milton
CohbbLt~on Holinei, Church
4'1110 Greer'.ood Road iH.',, 1H4i
Ia,. FL 32565

PRESBYTERIAN - PC \
\\estinster Priesb'i terian Church
PCA 6659 Park A' enue Milton


MNEN AND BRETHREN. \\HAT SH4LL \\E DO?" ACTS 2 3' - 41
"Sj e'. \our '.esl' from this unto '. ird Generation
Then their, that L2.tll, recei, ed hi ' ord .'erc baptized







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EPISCOPAL St. Mary's
Si CHURCHi'.






S>Episcopal-Church
. T_. : R--v,.- :rin , allace
Services:
S Sunday Holy Eucharist: 8:00 & 10:00 am
Sunday School: 9:45 am
6849 Oak Street Wednesday Holy Eucharist: 6:00 pm
6849 Oak Street
Milton, Florida 32570 Nfursery provided
Phone i850i 623-2905 for Sunday service


fi Eternal Trinity Lutheran Church
7il LC - MS
Rev. Daniel Thies, Ph.D.. - Pastor

Worship Services: Sunday - 8:00 & 10:30 a.m.
Sunday School 9:15 a.m.
Clearly teaching God's unchanging Word


6076 Old Bagdad Hwy
http://eternaltrinity.org


Office Phone. 623-5780.
E-mail: Info@eternaltrinity.orgi


J Covenant Church of God
4645 School Lane * Pace, FL 32571
"Preaching the Gospel publicly and from
house to house." Acts 20:20

God is Moving!

Benny M. Turner, Pastor Service Times
Phone: 850-994-1273 Sunday 10:00 AM Worship
Fax: 850-995-1737 Wednesday 7:00 PM Study


Committed to excellence as we serve Jesus.
Come grow with us .


Hickory Hammock
Baptist Church
Pastor Carl Gallups since 19871) . .
Worship & Cnildren's Church 8:30 & 10 00 am ,, _1.,
Sunday School 9:00 & 10:00 am , .,
Biole Sludy For All Ages 5:00 pm ,--- -''
Wednesday Worship 6:30 pm ' .,
Prescnool All Services
8351 Hickory Hammock Road, Milton * 623-8959 * ww.hickoryhammoikb-apllst org
Dynamic Worship * Music * Drama * Children & Youth Ministries and lots more!


Pace Community Church

Reaching Seekers, Building Believers

Features...


* Live band, contemporary music
* Exceptional children's & teen ministry
* Safe, clean nursery & preschool classes
* Small Groups & Seminars

Affiliation...
* Non-denominational & Bible based
* Purpose Driven
* A member of the Willow Creek Association


994-4310


www.PaceCommunityChurch.com


Future Plans...
* New worship facility now
under construction on 25
acre campus


Where? Currently meeting at Pace High School, 4065 Norris Road, Freedom Hall Ronnie Christian
When? 10:00 A.M. Sunday Pastor


Pace Assembly of God
Pace Assembly Ministries, Inc.
- . 3948 Highway 90
* :--"Pace, Florida 32571-1998
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"A Church That Makes No Apology For The Old-Time Religion"



Celebrate with us!

Sunday School 9:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 10:00 a.m.
Evening Worship 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Opportunities available ,
for all ages 6:30 p.m.

CHRIST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
. 5983 Dogwood Drive, -Hwy 89), Milton
Church Office: 623-3820 Robert West, Pastor_



YOU'RE INVITED

CIIHnURCH LIKE iT USED TO BEIl


Have you been l6oking
I�or a church thdt is)ik.
YOU used to remember?

A ChUI-CII that has
Traditioncal CIILII-CII MUSiC

A Church where the Bible
-is opemed and is taLIo'2)It
vet-se by verse


A Cl�urch t1hat is centlered.
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623-4671


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Rev, Tod Brainard, Pastor


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Sunday Morning: 11:00 a.n.
Sunday Evening: 6:00 p.m.
\Wednesday: 7:00 p.m.


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6830 Berryhill Street 623-6683

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Pace Presb irenan Church
45S- woodbine e Rd , Pace. FL

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Church
5339 Zeio Ln . Milton. FL
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Church
603 4th -'. , Milton. FL
PROTESTANT
Million SDA Church
52SS Bent, hill Rd , Milion

SEVENTFI-DAY DVENTIST

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Ad. entist Church
52.8s Berrihill Rd Iilton

UNITED PENTECOSTAL.
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Ba dad
4636 Forssth St.. Bagdad

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'Reeder &


Pollak to wed
Mr. and Mrs Joe Reeder are pleased to announce the engagement
of their daughter, Krnstal Nicole Reeder to Paul John Pollak IV of
Milton. An April 2007 wedding date is set. Paul John is the son of
Debra Pollak-Bo\wen of Bellv'iew. Nebraska and Paul Pollak of
Milton.


Patrick & Lowry & Lincoln
LT.wis tn marry


A- w VV A- -.P %0%�f a LJLILaoLA a JL


Ms. Sharon Smith Parick.
of Jay and Mr. Mark Patrick.
of Pace are pleased to
announce the engagement of
their daughter, Megan Julet
Patrick to Joshua Alan Lew is.
son of Mr.. and Mrs. Greg
Le" is. of Chumuckla. Megan
is the granddaughter of Mrs.
FaNe Smith. the late Mr. Lewie
Frank Smith, and Mr. and Mrs.
William Patrick. Josh is the
grandson of Mr. and Mrs.


Cortez Lew is. Mrs. Carole
McDamel and Mr. and Mrs.
Larry McDaniel. MNegan, a
graduate of Jay High School.
%\ill be graduating in April
from Florida State Universit\
with Bachelor of Science
degree in Dietetics. Josh, also
a graduate of Jay High School.
is currency a licensed general
contractor with Lew\ is Custom
Homes. The couple's wedding
is planned for MaN 6, 2006.


announce engagement
Jim and Joyce LotP r, of Jay announce the engagement and
forthcoming marriage of their daughter. Angela Kaye to
Samuel L. Lincoln of Milton.
Angi is the granddaughter of the late Pete and Lucille
Lo.\r. of Ja\. and the late Da\e and Gladys Robertson of
Hues town, AL. She is a 1991 graduate of Ja\ High School and
a 1996 graduate of the Uni\ersit\ of Southern Mississippi
\\ith a BSBA degree with an emphasis in accounting. She is
currently employed \with Stewart's Bookkeeping and Tax
Preparation in Ja\.
Sam is the son of D eight Lincoln of Robertsdale, AL and
Frieda Hardee of Greenville. MS. He is also a 1991 graduate
of JaN High School and the sole proprietor of Pasture
Solutions, LLC in Milton. FL.
The wedding \will be held at 6 p.m.. April 29. 2006 at Jay
First Baptist Church. A reception % ill follow at the bride's par-
ents' residence in Jay. All family and friends are invited to
attend.


Santa Rosa County


welcomes new arrivals!


Ashley Godwin & Jack Gilbert. a
son. Eden Gilbert, born Tuesda\,
March 14. 2006.
Aaron Cowles & James
Thompson, a daughter.


born


Wednesday. NMarch 15, 2006.
Jennifer Barnes & John Martin, a
son. Gavin Isaac Martin, born
Wednesday, March 15, 2006.
Jennifer Amerson & Michael
Amerson, a son, Michael
Amerson.i Jr.. born Wednesday,
Nlarch 15, 2006.
Cassie, Gibbs-Shaeffer &
William Petersen, a son, Brooks
Peterson, born Thi rsday, IMa'rch
16, 2006.
Lasharrell Thomas, a daughter,
Ciara Thomas, born Monday,
March 20, 2006.
Amanda Pipes, a daughter. -..
Chrisha Pipes,, born -0
Tuesday, March 21,'2006.
Kamesa Cooley, a daugh-
ter, Jaliyah Cooley, born .
Tuesday, March 21, 2006.
Pamela Johnson, a son,


Wyatt Kersey. born Tuesday.
March 21, 2006.
April Sinitiere., a son. B'rvston
Sinitiere. born Tuesday. March
28, 2006.
Kimberly Honeycutt, a son,
Luke Wesley, born Tuesday.
March 28. 2006.
Christina Caudell & Rickey
Caudell. Jr., a son, Rickey
Caudell III. born Wednesday,
March 29. 2006.
Karena Kramer & Jason
Broxson, a daughter. Kalei
Broxson, born Wednesday,
March 29, 2006.
Summer Darbonne & Leon
Washington, a daughter, Liey
Washington, born Wednesday.,
March 29, 2006.


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Baby of the Week

William Miller Koger
Dana and Brandon Koger of Milton would like to welcome
with love William Miller Koger, % hol was born Tuesday, February
21, 006 and weighed 6 pounds and 6 ounces. He \was 19-1'8
' inches lon.
His maternal grandparents are Dan and Bonnie KennedN of
Pace. Paternal grandparents are Linda and the late William Koger
of Pace. Aunts include Summer Kenned\ of Milton and MNlelissa
Koger of Pensacola. This photo %\as taken b\ Tamara Stuck
Photograph.\
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East Milton News

-O .. Correctional Facility donates to EMES classrooms


Non-Instructional
Employee of the Year
EMS Non-Instructionjl Employee of the -ear is Sherri
Bohl-,an. She has worked in the EM Cafeteria for the past 6
ears and really enjoys her \work. Along %ith her coworkers.
Sherri performs a wide range of duties from food preparation.
ser-,ing students, decorating the cafeteria \\ith holiday themes
and routine lktchen maintenance. Congratulations Sherri for all
of \our positive contributions to the Desert Dell Cafe'.


Darrel R. Greer
i .-ItrrrT AIprieriiL.,
t850) 983-1471
6259 Highway 90.
Million. FL 32570-1708
\Woov edardiorles '3nli
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EdwardJonesi
MAKING SENSE OF INVESTING


For several years staff mem-
bers of the Santa Rosa
Correctional Facility have gen-
erously provided supplies to
the ESE classrooms at EMES.
Mr. Joe Moody contacts the
school each year and asks for a
list of items needed by the
teachers and their students.
Taking the list back to the
Correctional staff members.
Moody has each department
fill a box with supplies for a
designated teachers and class-
room. Staff members quickly
fill the boxes on a voluntary
basis.
Once the boxes are filled.
several members of the SRCI
staff trael to EMES and per-
sonally meet with the stodenis


to present their gifts. This year.
Lt. Johnson, Officer Rodgers.
Ms. Mosser. Ms. Thomas, Mr.
Peyton. Mr. Riley, and Ms.
Covington joined Joe Moody
for the visit to the school.
From several of the students.
and each classroom. Moody
was presented with a gift of
several handmade 'thank you'
cards and letters.
These special guests visited
with the teachers and students.
and everyone enjoyed looking
into the boxes filled with the
items for their classes.
Principal Da% id Johnson
thanked everyone for their
generosity and continued sup-
port of the ESE department at
the school.


April Calendar

for East Milton ES
April I0-13 - Spring Book Fair Chorus Production.
v ill be held in the Media April 9 - Class pictures w ill
Center. be taken.
April 10 - Book Fair Family April 21 - 1st Grade classes
Night. 5 to 7 p.m. v ill is.t the Zoo.
April IL - 5th Grade King MS April 25 - 26 - ill be
& Hobbs MS Orientation Kindergarten registration for
SApril - Light refreshments students ho will anend EMES$X
to be served for parents and Registranon times,are from 8
farruly members attending the a.m. to 3 p.m. each da\. Call the
Book Fair. In the monung from school office at 983-5620 to
6:30 to 10:30 and in the after- learn whai health certificates .
noon from 2 to 5 p.m., parents and ED forms are necessary\ for
ma\ enjoy the snacks while each child and parents. '
they browse and shop. April 2 - Terrific Kids w ill be '
April - ESE classes will honored b. the Kiwanis Club.
visit the Gulfanum. 3rd Grade 4th grade classes w ill ha\e their,,
classes w ill go to Big Lagoon. End of the Year trip.
Kindergarten classes w% ill con- April 2s & 29 - Relay for Life 'X
duct their annual Egg Drop. %will be held at PJC Se'eral
April 14 - NO SCHOOL! In participants from EMES % ill bert
obserance of Good Friday % walking itth their teams during,
SApril 17 - 20 - the Book Fair the e.ent.
continues! Birthda)s this month are being
April 1 - Kindergarten classes celebrated bN Ton\a Richards.
v ill go the Gulfarium. Several . Shirle, Leslie. Donna Weekle�.
EMES 5th Grader students will and Chris Be\ ins.
, participate in ihe All Count) Congratulations!


Poe Moody accepted thank y.ou cards from several students.


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SRCI staff members presented donated supplies to the ESE
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Sports

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Two-man scramble for
PHS Project Graduation
Pace High Scnool Project
Graduation will hold it's annual
golf tournament at Stonebrook
Golf Course on April 13.
Check in begins at 11 a.m.
with tee time set for noon for this
two person scramble.
The entry fee is $65 per
player and all proceeds will go to
the Pace High School Prolect
Graduation.
For more information you
can call 995-9409 or 994-3825.
Milton Kiwanis to hold
four-man golf scramble
The Milton Noon 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
with local projects is April 17 and
the entry fee is $300 per team.
The field is limited to the first
36 teams to enter.
For more information or to
register call 626-2632 or 393-
6034.
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 noiding its first
ever bass fishing tournament on
Mvlay 20 at River Run Marina.
if you are interested in being
a sponsor of the United Wa.,' of
Santa Rosa County's inaugural
bass fishing tournament please
contact the United Way offices in
Milton at 850-623--507.
Basketball shootout is set
for May 19 and 20 at MHS
The Santa Rosa Minority
HIVAIDS Task Force will hold
their fourth annual basketball
shootout on May 19 and 20 at
M-lilton High School.
Teams are lirrited to 10 pla,'-
ersa and the entr, fee ,s 1605
per tearnm.
Deadline to enter is ['la 5.
For more information call
623-2616.
Skateland hockey sign
-ups are underway
Sign-ups for Skateland's
-outh and adult roller hockey
leagues are going on until Apiil
29.
All skill levers are welcome
-with the ',o uh league aqes) 5 to
16 and the adult league ages 1 7
and older).
This league will run from
Ma:, until June. For more infor-
nmation ',ou can visit www.skate-
landmilton .cornm c call Skateland
at 623-9415


Area stars prepare to shine


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sport, Editor
Just v.hen \ou thought bas-
ketball season %as oxer. there is
sull one game left to pla\ and
Santa Rosa Counts has plenty
to root for.
The Inaugural "Florida
Panhandle Shootout" i ill fea-
ture seniors from Milton. Pace.
and Ja\ hieh schools
And Milton head coach
Tim Short is the coach of the
North Team. \\ which %\ ill face off
against its South Team counter-
parts on April 21 at 7 p.m. on
the campus of the Linjersit> of
West Florida.


Short he is
not sure
ho,%r much
coaching
% ill be -

%% ith the : -
amount of
talent on his
roster.
"1I don't
think there Short
\%ill be a
whole lot of coaching
involved." said Short. "At the
first practice I wanted to make
sure the guys got up and down


the court and to see w ho can db
what.
"We're stressing defense.
but I don't believe it ,ill be a
ke\ to the game."
The North Roster featured
three seniors from lMiion -
Robert Cars.on. Chris
Duckworih, and Jeremy Millar
- and Michael Wade from Ja\.
On Monday\ Millar under-
\went shoulder surgery and \\ill
be unable to pla$ in the all-star
game.
"JeremNi %as a great leader
for our team this year and he
pla ed all season long .\iih his
injuries." said Short. "He is dis-


appo i rited
that he can
not pla. in
the All-Star
game. but
felt that dus
%%as some-
tiung he had
to take care
of"

the North
Squad is Loftin
Brad Reese
Laurel Hill . Tre\ Shipman
Laurel Hilli. Austin Garrett
i Laurel Hill, Cedric NMcKinle.\
iNorthvie i., Courme\ Whailey


(Northvie i. Frank Ed.'.ards
iFt. Walton Beachi. Brandon
Knight Ft. Walton Beachi.
Dono\an Wells Nicevillei,
Brandon Barron
(Chocta\. hatchee i. Anthony
Pauline i Chocta\, hatcheei.
Kelii Peters Cresti e i. and
DarrN 1 McGhee i Valtonri.
"There is a \ hole bunch of
talent on both sides." ,aid
Duck\o0ith at media da\.
"When I saw\ the South team I
sa\' a lot of big people, but \' e
ha\e a lot of size as well"
The South squad tor the
inaugural shooiouti featui-e
See ALL-STARS. Pg. 3B


(above) Keiith Germann was selected to the Class A Second -teain
All-State- squad by- the Florida Sports Writers Association. (Right)
Adam Allen was named to the 4A First-team All-State squad by the
FSWA.
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin



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Hoopsters


7 Local trio represent Santa Rosa

County on All-State hoop rosters


13. BILL GAMIBLIN
PG Sports Editor_
To be named one of the best
among our peers is an honor.
but to be listing among the best
in the state that is a bigger store .
This eek tihe Florida
Sports Writers Association
started releasing their Bo\ss
Basketball All-State lists and so)
far three Santia Rosa Count,
players hai\e been honored.
Mlilton junior Adan-, Allen
has grabbed the biggest honor
so far as he v' as named to the
Class 4A first team.
Allen. ,- ho !helped lead
N ilton the heir llust State
Finals appearance in nine \ears.
averaged o'.er 22 points a game
and 10' plus rebounds a game.
Ne.\ s of this first tealm
honor didn't seem to phase the
reserved Allen.


But he did admit to what
%%ords of advice he might
receive at home.
"*N \l, dad iRandN i %\ill be
happy." said Allen. "-But he V. ill
tell me if I had of %worked hard-
er that I could ha\e had a shot at
being Mr Basketball."
Right no" there is no off
season for the Panthers big man
as he is pla ing baseball and
basketball tor a team call the
Wildcats. vho .ILst played a
tournament in Orlando.
"I ha\e been playing bas-
ketball since he state finals
ended." said Allen "It has been
baseball then basketball."
So "what are the plans this
summer for the Milton junior
v ho is listing as his top schools
right nov. as Alabama. Florida.
Ba\ lor. and Florida State.
"I1 wouldd like to go to a


Pace continues


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports EJini _______-
Pace High School is taking
the region b\ storm arnd pro\-
ine their talent.
On W\\ednesda\ the Patriots
deteated Pensacola Catholic
for the second time bi the
score :-'f 16-2 in fi'e niinings
Attle starting the season 4-
2 the Patriiot.s hae gone n10-1
as the, iinpro.iied vi 14-3 i'o\er-
all and 3-0 heading Into
Thursd.,', , fuiial against North
Fors;,th G i .i
Theie is no shortage :of
pov.c i in tlie P.arinilis bats as


the\ pounded our 14
capitalized ,on four C
errors
Leading Wedn
attack 'as Caleb Gi
\\ade Sheppard \h
homered. while Chri-
";enct 2-for-2 and score
runs.
In earlier games
Nike Classic the
defeated Escambia 1
lMonda\ and WestI
Tech l-I: ,on Tue-da\
In other baseball ai
.ia\'s Brandi He
pitched a no-hitter


Nike or ABCD camp "there
e'.eione "%ill be," said Allen.
-Then go to some college
camps and use that as a time to
look at the school."
With so man\ programs
interested in his ser ices Allen
counts on his dads experience
to help him.
" li, dad %ill talk to the


coaches and tell me w hat the\
say." said Allen. "But lie "ants
me to make. the decision
mI self
"I "ant to be in the best sit-
uaiOtion 'here I can ha\e the
opportunity to pla\."-
Allen has show',n he has
developed a' '.ersatile game
altet w'.antling to shoot the three


at the start o:.l his sophomore
iear he is sho, ing his strength
on the iniJde
"I ule to settle for the
three." said Allen. "But noi I
am driiiing to the basket more
and take advantage of w hat the
other team gi'es me."
Another Santa Rosa Cotirit
.Lc ALL-S [ATE. P, 3B


strong play
hits and Ro\ als remained perfect in
rusader District 1-2A b\ defeating
Baker 9-10 at home.
lesda\'5 In the ~ in Hendricks
ndl and farmnned 15 Gators oer seCen
o both innings of 'work.
s Sorce The Roials 19-41 scored
red lt\.- their first run in the second
inning and continued to chip
at the a sa as thie, pounded out 10
Patrioits hits o' erall
6-11 on Hendricks helped his
Florida cause b\ g':,ing 3-tor-4 at tihe
plate including a home run and
CHion: three RBhI-. while e Jack
ridnctls Randolpl also , ent 3-for-4 on
as the the da\.


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SPit Stop


On the Tube


April 8
NE\TEL Cup Pjactice - F\ ]1 p.m.
Busch Series O'Reril\ 300 - FOX @ 2 p.m.
April 9
NASC AR Race Day - SPEED ,�' 10 a.m.
FOX Pre-Race Sho\\ - FOX ,4- 12:30 p.m.
NE\TEL Samnsung Radio Shack 500 - FO\ @ 1 p.m.
April 1 5
N ASCAR Busch Series Qualit\ing - SPEED C 10 a.m.
ARCA PFG Lester 150 - SPEED 4 12:30 p.m.
F\ Pre-Race Sho\\ - F\ @ 2:30 p.m.
Busch Series Pepsi 300 - F\X ' 3 p.m.


On the

Bubble


Driver:
Michael \Valtrip
Owner:
Doug Ba\ el
Points:
473
Points out of 34th:

Points ahead of 36th:
6


Place
30
31
3 2
33
34
35
3-

39
4'-0
41


Owner
lames Rocco
Bill Da is
Glen \\ood
Nelson Bo\ eis
Ra\ E\ernhamn
Doug Bawel
Richard Pert\
Larr ',.cClure
Felr\ Sabate-
left Stec
Beth Ann Morgenthaut
Cal ellsls


Michael Waltrip


Driver
Scott Riggs
Da\e Blanev
Ken Schrader
Sterling Marlin
lerem\ Ma\ field
Michael Waltrip
Bobb\ Labonte
Scott \\iimmer
Da\ id Stremme
Ke\in Lepage
Brent Sherman
Tra\is kl\apil


Points
520
513
482
482
480
473
46-
3-5
369
327
284


Gas-n-Go


DAYTON.A BEACH. FLA - N-ASCAR has announced that one
member of tie No. 07 Jack Darnels' Che role team. ow ned b\
Richard Cht!dress Racing has been suspended and another has been
fined as a result of rule tiolaniori, during this past Sunday's
NASCAR NEXTEL Cup eernt at MartinsMi tle Speedwa\.
Crev. member Clint Alnmquist has been suspended from
NASCAR until April 19 and placed on probanon until June 7 for
actions deemed detrimental to stock car racing when Almquist on
one occasion did not place racing fuel in t[lie designated collection
area.i.
* Creli Chief Gil NiMartin \as a ined $2.5) tor this t infraction
heca.iue the crew chief j~Lumie- ie-ponsibiliti for the actions of his
team members.
In other news from NMartins% ille: Dateline NBC tried to show\
race fans and their intollerance of those who appear to be of Arabic
desent.
But the fans attending the race apparently did not act the \.ay
NBC News had hoped. '
NBC plans on judging people's reactnons- as the\ continue this
experinment. but N.ASC.-AR's reaction to this attempt to make nev. s
hminhct effect the net\ ork inntals season "ith the sport.


E-mail


If you have a question or comment about NASCAR rac-
ing e-mail Press-Gazette Sports Editor Bill Gamblin at
sports@sr-pg.com, and he will run your comment (space
available) or try to answer your questions about
NASCAR and its drivers.


'T" is for more than Texas


B. BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
"T" can stand for Texas.
Terry as in Terrn Labonte, the
Texas in sponsor Texas
Instruments, or the team based
out of Texas 'who consider
Sunda\"'s Samsung Radio
Shack 500 at Texas Motor
'Speedway a home coming.
Terry Labonte. who drove
the No. 96 Monte Carlo, is from
Corpus Christi. Tex.. crev, chief
Philippe Lopez is from Texas.
.and the t\o big name partners
for Hall of Fame Racing. Roger
Staubach and Troy AIkman,
both had hall of fame careers
playing quarterback for the
Dallas Cowboys.
Novw the adage is that
everything is big in Texas and
for the last 10 Nears this has
been a huge e\ent for Labonte,
who is expecting this \ear's fall
race to be his last.
"It was especially exciung
to "in the race in 1999." said
Labonte. "tTexasi is a great
facility\ and I always look for-
ward to going do\\n there.
"When Bruton Smith and
those guys built the track I
don't think the people down
there realized ho%\ big a deal it
was going to be."
It is huge. but another huge


Two-time NEXTEL Cup Champion Terry Labonte (left) and Tony Raines (right) address the media after
being named the drivers for Hall of Fame Racing, which is based out of Texas. This Saturday's race will
serve as a home coming for the Texas Instruments sponsored team.
item is the development of includes Jeff Gordon. Ryan ine." said Raines. "who hails


another connection.
Following in the footsteps
of the Alabama Gang. the
O\\ensboro. K\.. connection.
there is a ne"\ Indiana faction-
taking root in racing's top di\i-
si on.
Joining the Northern
Indiana group of drivers that


Newman. Tony Stewart. and
David Stremme is Ton\ Raines
\\ho drose the DLP HDTV
Chev\ for the first time in
Martins\ ille.
"It' is pretty interesting, but
I think that the lower Michigan.
Indiana. Ohio, and Illinois area
is just a serious hot bed of rac-


TrA r k AL Backstretch: 1,330 feet / 50
Turnr.3kTurn 2


2005 Pole Winner
R\an Nei\man- 192.582mph
2005 Race Winner
Greg Biffle - 130.055 mph
Track Qualifying Record
Bill Elliott - 194.224 mph

Race Record
Carl Edckards - 151.055 mph
1 2ii)15 1


from LaPorte. Ind. "I think if
you can get to the lever %\here
votu run \ell there and Nou can
%kin races, you're pretty talenL-
ed.
"There's a bunch of really
good drivers that ne\er v.ent
outside that area. that stayed
there and raced for \ears."


Turn 2
24�


Turn 3









Turn 4
240


Turn 1
240


a


Frontstretch: 2,250 feet / 50


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After: DirecTV 500
Rank Driver
1. Jimmie lhn:, .n
2. Mark Martin
3. 'Matt Kenseth
4. Kasey Kahne
5. Kyle Busch,
6. Dale Earnhardt Jr.
7. Jeff Gordon
8. Tony Stewart
9. Elliott Sadler
10. Casey Mears


Behind
Leader
-59
-60
-101
-101
-109
-119.
-142
-198
-209


After: Sharpie Mini 300
Rank Driver B,
1. Kevin Harvick Li
2. J.J. Yeley -1
3. Denny Hamlin -1
4. Clint Bowyer -1
5. Carl Edwards -1
6. , Johnny Sauter -2
7. Burney Lamar -2
8. Jon Wood -2
9. Jason Leffler -2


,.hinc
leader
21
38
61
78
41
43
44
46


10. Jamie McMurray -254


' After: Kroger 250
4 Rank Driver
r 1. Marl, rtarion
2. Te.d t luIgia.e
3. Todd Bodine
4. David Reutimann
5. David Starr
6. Erik Darnell
7. Jack Sprague
8. Mike Bliss
9. Dennis Setzer
10. Rick Crawford


Behind
Leader
-55
-58
-144
-164
-168
-176
-176
-189
-212


After: Daytona ARCA 200
Rank Driver Behind
1. Bobby Gerhart La.j.:l-
2., Matt McCall -20
3. Matt Hagans -35
, 4. Barney Lamar -40
5. Damon Lusk -45
6. Ken Weaver -45
7. Billy Venturini -55
8. Mario Gosselin -60
9. T.J. Bell -60
10. Frank Kimmel -65


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The Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Page 3-B


Saturday, April . uu2006

Sports


All-Stars
Continued From Page One
Pace senior Mike Lofdn.
Joining Loftin on the team
are Dominic Craytcin
.(Pensacolai, Tavaris
Washington i.Pensacola1.
Joshua Romero (Pensacolai.
,R\an O'erall (Escambial,
'Delonte Gibson iVWashingtonj.
Thaddeus Jackson (Caiholici.
'Dominic Mays iPine Foresti.
.Darion Smith iPine Foresti.
lMile Taylor (Woodhami, David
:Tucker i.Gulf Breezei, Dave
* #lanfredi (Gulf Breezei. Kwan
tjaston (West Florida i, Jeff Van
tamp i Navarrei. and Jordan
WVatson iTatei.
Pensacola High coach Cal


,PALATKA - The following is the
-Florida Sports Writers Association
All-State boys basketball teams:
Class I A
First teamrn
'r.iou'...a Can.ara ICain,.illc Th
.Roc:k i 65 Sr C.
Shj.anmar Ml.ar.sion ILake rar, P-repi i.,
t'iS.o C
EDorminit, i.'i:F3'denr IRFi',era Ber ch
R.J. He-ndle, i:.-5 Sr C-F
lCel Praiui ll an',oriad idl .nd Chriiidari
6-1 Sr C
Brad Reez-e IL urH- hill) 1 i' Sr F
lonarh.an CodriJue: Ift.lanii Calhu.,
Prepl 6. r. r F
Second team
'Keith Germann (Allentown Central)
.6-4 r. F
lohn, Harper IOrlanrdo Pine Ca-I.rle
lhrniirnai i, '- .r F
'.-irdr e Ir.arra: bal I \ fA e i'r
',En;,onir,- i 1 6.t Ir F C
f- I , l�- Ibr i:,'r i'rn Chrijzianl r.-'
C :
t'.ichael .itarrir, iz riii i-JHreb
'Chrib;anl 5.11-iSr (
Tr.e', S-hipn, an ILaurel Hll -I 9 3Sr C
Third team
'Bran Bien-heil ILtak Mjr', Pr.epj 5-3
,Jr C,
4 lurnien Cobt). iLakeland F..a ril
'Cl- i'iafnl i6.- r Sr
I labInriir Henriquez Iimhrnr. CaluSE
Prepl c... 5r F
"erald lI:,.h-n Ila,:k-r.n\ill. Porter .
''-,* u:. e I .- Sr C,
.a.id .lf na,. a OIld-n-ii C -l'hrri.;har, I 6.-
Ir F-
[er.nrr ., Tunrell I la>hli(..31 5-0 lii 'r

Honorable Mention
f'ru-'3 di.il.J. -lem 'rn -i frtlbourn.
Bre.,rd Chr,.itianri .-'5 Sr F. Gt .,r r
Burn iT.allj ha.a-e. F-ft._li 5.- sr C
D I enderi-.:i , l, Ick-on.rill.e Pormi -
H- uz-I l i..-I Sr F br.,noi' i':k.:.r
I OtlandI,o PIne Caril-e Chritri ,i ...i r
. l , a13',-i,:,- i\\e:i F iah-i l., :n -
. -,_re,--r CIhr,_irinril 5-- _r C. .amlri,.
Le- iDa..,: \'ieillajle F'r,-p) ,:..'-, Sr. F
Oaril .Jh.er lOrlarid.':. , hriairr
Fr-.i .1r I Jir G f r.1nrt '- aui LiD., aj
'r hl|iin Luh-erian) 6 :.i. F- idd.,
.rallruir.'l It- , r ar, PIr--I' .) 5-10 Ir C
\,- ulik. iC. arns..: le The R,:,:'
,;. Ir (C. \.aikr, . \'i llan',: i Ol d-_n'ir
'CF-ri-ii rri-, .3 Ir F tr,f- \\riA h
( ,c.a R.ari' n L rand. i...' PrepJ i:-r. '.r
.C
Class 2A
First team


Cochran is coaching the South
team.
"'It feels really good to get
the opportunity to play basket-
ball with these gu s." said
Loftin. "To be named to this
team �was a big boost and sur-
prise to me after what I felt was
an alright season.
'I am just happy I have
been selected."
For Wade he could tell it
has been awhile since his last
game, as w\as the case for sever-
al others.
"I could tell out season
ended earlier than it had for
some of the others." said Wade.
--But I sull had a good pracdce.


Erzmno mR-.rl i:,-4 5' [ efer

L.,urIrSAD3, 1I' 9 rC.

Al Swim- .31i 3rlsofrMe -rlwwin~cr
c':'Uir.l, 0 (-.30 ri-

Acdni I Sr C..
Second team



Pail-i Isuhlmcrn iI-EaLI.b-for. ii
Grt'.d-n.i i&5 Sr F
3 L- ". KIf.'i I f- 13,:ri 1r . rPi' I I I F
No deo -SrC

Dj.'l %r.jII.r ai.-r1a Npr.Fi f?4 So ,F

VS. Sr F
Third team
LIe.cxri L.arritb I jcks'jn'. e -'rijrigi n
C nowri IDanI 6i jrC.
Cod, F'~q-IN-fm'SLal~trii. &0b SIr G

ChrI-tijlW6$Sr.F
imr.d ')iedc-. IiA mSi ugu~iiri., S
lo-arph adrrieo I61 JrC.
fliacar'[ur Sh~ppajrd imaraitioril 6-3

Zm r, e Th. .flpsonfl IJ nkir. IlI.c-

Honorable mention
(3re,; G-rekna Cornmrunii, Sc~hool 01
Narrjle--i 59 ItJrC. ju~rin CfrciI

CI-ri.-Iari Ii--. r F beri-rne LiI.riburf2
iFi.ri rml .rt C jrorirlur, 1i6-5 l-r -F
I~er~,dcr.- it''irj.ICji-, N Iordzi.-,orh.r
iv C ,. . r, 16-fi i r C. CN h r..i 3, fI e r ri. .%er he

-'i -61 In-Sr - - 5h Frla'r I PC;r
it - i-:,I-iSr C-i Be-n P�.riI(Si
i-'-i-rIurrlas wirkChar;r rIsm iWSr
F 6il, SWE WaII~,inui i Beah Fathesr
Lo .n v4 So I-F'one'r- i'rnnj
ifl irarh-jnj i , ItJrC TI Tran.rr'jrh
II ii - 'i ii. P'). d.n.~ -:*. I Sr G

* Class 4A
First Team
Adam Allen (Milton) 6.6 Jr. F

CUM 'bi - w2 Sr C
- i.n I iiii-'-'l IIi n l L3jI _rjd. rjL'

CS iin li i t G


Puy 6r .-4 '.r CF
-'J. r Sri 'ithI.. 'i 1ISr. G


East Bay Pensacola nay
S ,SuiJ.i'. April o, 2006 Sund.. ANpril 9. '006
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- . 2 LNl Sun ri-e . 25 AM Sun ine
5 2 -i AM 1., 22 ,-r 6:29 AM 0.15 feet
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7:11 PM Sun set . I ? PM Sun set
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5:22 AM Moon set
6:25 AM Sun rise
7:34 AM 0.61 feet
11:52 AM 0.72 feet
5:39 PM Moon rise.
7:12 PM Sun set
7:34 PM 0.41 feet

Wednesday, April 12, 2006
3:18 AM 0.73 feet
5:22 AM 0.73 feet
5:47 AM Moon-set
6:23 AM Sun rise
11:44 AM 0.94 feet
6:33 PM Moon rise
7:13 PM Sun set
9:09 PM 0.23 feet '


M.-j.nd.l April 10, 2006
4:58 AM Moon set.
S2,05, .1 0.28 feet
6:,27 AM Sunrise
11:13 AM 0.36 feet
2:42 PM 0.35 feet
4:47 PM Moon rise
7:13 PM Sun set
10: ilPM 0.57 feet

Tue Jd.., Ap. 11 ,2006'
5:23 Af'. M .-...r, .r .
5:43 A'M 0-i 4 I'-fei
6:26 AM Sun rise-
9:45 AM 0.48 feet
5:40 PM Moon rise
5:43 PM 0.27 feet
7:14 PM Sun set

Wednesday, April 12, 2006
1:11 AM 0.49 feet
3:31 AM 0.49 feet
5:48 AM Mbon set
6:25 AM Sun rise
9:37 AM 0.62 feet
6:35 PM Moon rise
7:14 PM Sun set
7:18 PM 0.15 feet


Carson


" But
this %\as a
lot different
to me
because
there is a lot
of talent on
these
teams.
Just as
in other area
A I I -S ta r
games, the
S hootou t
%\ill provide


opportunity to showcase their
talents.
For Milton's Carson. he
wants to help showcase his


Continuedi From Page One
junior made the second team
squad in Class A.
Keith Germann. who aler-
aged just tinder 26 points a
game for the Jaguars and over
10 rebounds. adds this honor to
setting the school record for
points in a game lucch he sei
this past season
Germann now has more
drive for the 2000-07 basketball
season, as if his game needed
an\ more.
--This makes me want to go
out and do better." said
Germann. \\ho %\as named to
the second team Class A in
baseball this past spring. "I
think we are capable of going a
lot farther next season."
The amazing thing regard-
ing Germann is that he doesn't
work on his game that much
during the off-season.
"I will play if we are in P.E.
or something like that," said
Germann. "But during my free
time you will find me hunting
or fishing.
"I like basketball and tr\
m\ best. but it is not something
that I am looking to do after
high school."
And in Class 2A. Jai seno'i
Michael Wade adds an honor
mention in basketball to his first
team honor from this past foot-
Ceriral6 ,. I Sr uC.
( .:r ( lrk Ir 1i.ar.i-S ata Br.ook.r I - :, r
F C.
\jdenr, Terrell diEu,.r,; , 6.3- r C
I m, .' e .-r ;I a I -,rlai u.3 i' n Sjn a fl 1i -. ,
Sr F
Br ndjr, \\ .i ,:r ] |3'_l. 'r'ri.ill w B ili. u
Ke -rn', i;.-l s:.r C.
Londonri \\.Varren lilack. f-ii.ill- Ran;i
i. l Sr C
Third Team
C.:imrini: Crat'ri |F riP.r ac, l e.. '3

\ '.'jl(e-r i-:,.'. ird I lri , rricn .- Liiru:l 6 .i

nihri-.' , J. ihrni':ri I Lak , \'r ' ,- I l.- '-: r
C


teammates as he is still working
towards his opporturuty to play
football at the college le'el.
"I plan on looking to make
the passes to my teammatess"
said Carson. '\iho has been
working out in hopes of signing
a football scholarship. "I and
looking forward to seeing %%hat
happens in the game and help-
ing the guc s better themselves
in the game."
Besides this years game
there " ill also be a slam-dunk
and three point competition
during halftime
Story 11 rirten by
Bill Gamblin. Reach hiln
at sports @a srpressgacicte.icon


ball season in Class' A.
"This is incredible." said
Wade. "I don't think this hap-
pens to often and it is a great
honor.
"I felt this \\as more proba-
ble because our season went
better in basketball than it did in
football."
Being honored b\ the
sports \ writers of Florida is nice.
but for the senior it doesn't
make tip for the loss in the dis-
trict to Pensacola Christian
Academy.
"It was a hard loss to PCA
in the districts." said Wade.
"But that is something that hap-
pened and \ou ha\e to mo\e
forward and learn from it."
Currently Wade has heard
from some schools like
Jefferson Da\is Community
College in Brew ton, Ala.. but is
unsure of w hat his plans hold.
"I like to be recognized and
ha\e colleges show interest, but
.I haven't gotten to talk to them
yet." said Wade. "I am really
undecided of \hat I want to do
since I have an academic schol-
arship a\atlable to me.
"I am looking at what is
best for me since I have both
options a% ailable
Sioriy w'tiniten )v
Bill Gamblin. Rtwach him
at spoiis'('sipress.cta:erwe.coul
r I ChI NiclI',o'-. iL_,_jrirc.i 16. 1 r C.
I,:., \\ois d'._ iINapl-_- C.,Jlden C i.t ) 6-
SIr C.

Honorable Mention
O.I Ferpuron IOrlando Bihop':
f. ,-orei IJ' - .2 Ir C.- Ariho:n, Fernand.e
ir.imi B ler, l--uii .3 Sr F loe Hill-
IP.3j lm,[ulo) 6.4 I Jr. C - Sierlirn lamIEic
.iparr North l.arifS oni 6:,j r. F
D:onrriir qu lJrine: IILjal. \',alesi .-4 Jr
C.- DEu-ar, 1I.el-,C iLiBellel 6 .-- r F
Thomis Klr-in Chm n ICt-ro'. elnd
'ii,uih Lak :,1 iI Sr C- Tr.3.- L e
ITallah ._.-c_ Codt., I 5-11 5, C.
I-'-rnmri.C f.tl a,,. IPen:ac': la Pine
F,-,re..i| .-4 Sr C CC dric .,ander:.orn
INaplI-. LeI', I b-. S r C(- SI-l,,Idrnr -hil
I ,.rcid ieS.ji- ir, ' C,-unri N I v.1 Ir (C,
r larrli \ ,liu- Eu' .n-i. l . 6 Sr IF


Navarre Beach Blackwater River
Sunday, April 9, 2006 , Surida'.,. April 4, 2006
3 ) 1.\ M ) 1 ee-1 4 3 I-.M kIloon -.Se
4 29 AM M.:.on tet ' 2 A M Sun n e
':- 01 M Sun rese , S -l AM 0 22 feet
3:51 PM Moon rise . 3.52 PMNI Mc.n nis-
'7:11 PM Sun set 7.12 PM Stniet
8:02 PM 0.91 feet 11 4-11 PM I .4 feet


Monday, April 10,2006
3:11 AM 0.34 feet
4:56 AM Moon set
6:26 AM Sun rise
10:18 AMi0.56 feet
1:56 PM 0.43 c'.-
4:45 PM Moon rise
7:1 PM Sun set .
9:31 PM 0.80.feet

Tu-eJ.,,. \pril 11,2006
2:58 AM 0.46 feet
5:21 .:liM MNkoI. LI -
6:24 AM Sun rise
9:29 AM 0.68 feet
3:10 PM 0.32 feet
. 5:38 PM Moon rise
7:12 PM Sun set
10:53 PM 0.70 feet

Wednesday, April 12, 2006
2:46 AM 0.55 feet
5:46 AM Moon set
6:23 AM Sun rise
8:35 AM 0.85 feet
4:12 PM 0.20 feet
6:33 PM Moon rise
7:13 PM Sun set


MN-.nda. April 10. 200i.
4:57 AM Moon set
6:2. AM Sunr, ine
8:4 .-AM 042 feet
2-Ii. PM I, 53 feet
4.-16 PM M...on rise
5 0:i PM i0 52 eet i'
7:1 2 PF Surl -ci

TJ,.:d,. \pril 11, 2006
1:14 AM 0.86 feet
5:22 AM Moon set.
6:25 AM, Sun rise
8:04 AM 0.61 feet
12:48 PM i' 2 feet
5:39 PM Moon rise
7:13 PM Sun set
8:04 PM 0.41 feet'

Wednesday, April 12, 2006
4:14 AM 0.73 feet
5:47 AM Moon set
5:52 AM 0.73 feet
6:24 AM Sun rise
12:40 PM 0.94 feet
6:34 PM Moon rise
7:14 PM Sun set
9:39 PM 0.23 feet


Grounded bird


Dylan Kimmons, 9 of East Milton, is almost dwarfed by the 19
pound turkey he bagged while hunting with his father (Stacey) and
frined Shane Paul on March 15. The gobbler was taken while the
trio was hunting at the Southern hunting Club in lower Alabama.
The bird had a 10-inch beard and 1-inch spurs. Dylan is the son of
Stacey and Teresa Kimmons of the Americna Farms Community in
East Milton.
Submitted photo


Hole in One
Kae Dressen carded an ace
o:n the 1 2th hole at
Stonebrook on March 30. She
used a 5.\\ood to card her
ace on the 1 23 \arcl hi:le. The.-
accoI: niplish men( ,havs ..' it-
nessed b\ Melanie Du'.ill and
Carol lanstiehrld

Youth Winter League
Oops Alley
April 1, 2006
High Game Men: Cla', ,rn
Gagliano - 1 84
High Game Women:
Courtne\ Sinrs - 131
High Game Team:
Fudcpuckers - 632
High Series Men: Cla, ton
Cagliano - 460)
High Series Women:
Courtne, Sims - 332
High. Series Team -
Fu uIi.-r 5 - 1- ,.2;'.

League Overall Standings: 1
Splits Happen. 2. \'ti rne
Bor\lers 3. Fui:lpuckers 4
KingPins. 5. T'.i. cers 6. Ri..ei-
Rats -. -\ator';s 8 Bobcars

Monday Alley Cats League
Oops Alley
April 3, 2006
High Game Women: Sharom
k\olfe . 16b
High Game Team: Bo%.\.lin-
Chicks - 445
High Series Women: Brenda
Cill., - 43'i
High Series Team: BoinJiu
Chick- - N !\

League Standings: 1. Puddi-
Cals 3i.-30i 2. Pro\le-rs !;2-
24 3 B,:> lni.l Sass,s 32-24.
4 Bov. linr Chicks ,0i .2i
Three SBlid Mice 2 8- 2:, t.
\\ ildcais 2,'.-2s - Hit-.n-tr'.t.s
19-3- 8. G.irlIeld FPel 1 -3:..
Notes: \Vhen ticuiring in tli,-
p'inns a',, .rded I:a-:ecld in hand.
icap Francis Crodo:ln h1. th.i-,
high garne .. itl , a 225 breInd:l
Gille\ had ithe high ,-,':-s
vith 610. 13o\line Clcks ha-
the high leam ganie uo 1 2
and the Puddi Cais has the
high series ot 1 763.

Monday Night Mixed
Oops Alley
April 3, 2006
High Game Men: lIoihn fi:ell
- 290
High Game Women: Chrisi.,
Jordan - 209
High Game Team: Opis 3lle/
Cats - 852
High Series Men: Tony Pettry
- 714
High Series Women: Christy
Jordan - 548
High Series Team - Oops
Alley Cats - 2386

League Overall Standings: 1.
Damn 10 Pin 28-16; 2.
Semper Fi 27-16.5, 3.-Here
Come Trouble 27-17, 4. 2
Drunks and 2 Sobers 26-18,
5. Qops All:-',' Cats 24-20, 6.
Pinned Out 23-21, 7. ',,-.- l
21-23, 8. Hungry Cats 21-23,
9. Ten Pins Down 19:5-24.5,
10. Were Here to Stay 19-25,
11. We Wuzz Robbed 19-25,
12. Jeff's Crew 18-26, 13. All
in the Family 18-26, 14.
Charlies Angels 17-27.
Notes: To get high sereis of
714 Tony Petry bowled
games of 223, 221, and 269;
John Mizell bowled a 190 and
224 followed by his high
game of the week of 290 for
a 704 series. Danny
Thompson was the third


bovler .\Ith a -00+ seInes b\
finmchin'g '\th a -09 i1'6
2t, 2 ', - Cl ns , loicldans
20 \'as paired .Ill a garnme
ut In and 17 4 for her '.43
ei es

W.U.M.I Church League
Oops Alley
March 21, 2006
High Game Men: Robert
Fr, nmiml - 199
High Game Women: \ icki
Pinksion - 206
High Game Team: Onr Strike
- (:"s0i
High Series Men: Ion
T\\ iiclell- 53 1
High Series Women: \,u:ki
Pirkl,sron - '54L9
High Series Team - Pace
Cu( n rin onil \ Church #1I
18 -4 e

League Overall Standings: I
Pace C r.:,n unit\ C-huich #1
3 '.1)1 2 On Shike 3 0-22 3
Pace Cornil t iii(', Chl'urch 42
2..124 4. Lane S eepe-rs 2'8-
24 , Hul', rulliis 25-2- i:.
Tu ke,.- 5 -.*. - - Pin
D)rop:perrs 22-3 i .c; lokers 1 9-
> 3.
Notes: \ n_. Piik r.-irii ,,on a
LiSbC 2i00i Lei clhaiIr.i basecl
,:,n hler 2-'1 , acirne w\th an
aerate it l i:l or lecs.
lapiiue S.-lte .'. on a LSB(-
1 ',i ,arrie ernilem v ith an
a, ira e of 'I 0 ,'r le-ss
Stonebrook
Ladies Association
Belle of the Month
Flight A: Gross 1. Darnn,
IClihj s.in 2 k,1.iteri Fehi-Ilic i :, I 3
loa.iine Que-inber-r i Net � 1
Saia Nun 2 Liz miless I
Sui:anne NazaI iI'.
Flight B: Gross - 1 lI,o ce
Pii :. zinr. 2 H-elen To.r.ne 3
lair t .ii illi-r Net - 1 \ cki
f'.l fIu-r. I I .', 2 hLar'
\\ _-I l eI - l..r'l .. JIo ', ,pl---'
Chip-ins: i.ichlelle- Kilrg re
I l-ni l bll-i 'i z.,onne N iZ.iirin

Tanglewood
Ladies Association
Ladies Playday
Points from 54
W inrner- Laura. K.lala +'-,.
C(hip-:)ins: Laura lIilala

Tanglewood
Pin Seekers Golf Assocation
Flight A: ric:hiirl Nach ,iian
+1I.1, TIom' . 'i Ra.- +y, Ralph
Drexler +6, Pat Castillo +6,
Harlon Stewart +6, Henry
Fillingim +6.
Flight B: Jim Lofton +10, Hal
Easter +9, Bill Barchett +9,
Charlie Gray +7, Jeff Wessel
+6, David Henriques +6.
Flight C: Gordon Deisch +9,
Jerry . Brton +7, . Dan
eI.lcklurn I+7, Lance Russell
+7, Dub Lenn ,=7, Mike
'Edwards +7.
Flight D: 'Ed Anderson +7,
Joe --Pantanjo +6, Julius
Netzer +5, Bud Greunke +5,
Bob Judkins +4.
Closets to the Pin: Pat
Healey, Bill Barchett, Ed
Anderson, and Ed Steln.

Moors
Bogey Boys' results
Individual winner: Gary
Skaar +10.
Team winner: Mac Miller,
John Hufford, Eddie Zarahn,
and Dan Gilmore +1 4
Runner-up: Ron Bailey, Gary
Skaar, Kelly Robertson, and
Joel Watters +3
Closest to pin: John Hufford


these seniors an


Boys All-State Basketball All-State


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I The Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Great hnsAre Alwas HppeingAt iltn Hgh ch.9


MHS announces County Pride achievers
To qualify for the County Pride Award the students have to have a 3.5 grade point a'.erage in that par-
ticular subject and a 90-c in that area on an ACT or SAT test. The English Pride recipients \ere chosen
by w writing samples done by the students. Congratulations to all the students who achie\ ed this aw ard!
,j74


Social Studies Pride Students
Front I-r: Michelle Lile, Carrie Jarvis, Lynne Harman, Talayana Neely,
Lesleie Colell. Alethea Flores
Middle I-r:Stephanie Buchannon, Ridle Jones, Stephen Mayeaux,
W\illiam Robinson, Lin Jackson, Andrew Bean, Christina Elisson,
Dominic Marcanio
Back I-r: Jessica Sunday, Ran Barker, Justin Meyers, Tasha Turman,
Kavlan Black ;Not pictured: Dann Fitzpatrick, Amy Grafton, Andrews
Smith, Sean Griffin, Sean Harrell, Andrew Howell, Sherri Rolinger


Writing Pride Students
Front I-r: Ridle\ Jones, Megan Coue\, Cod, K\ser, Stephen
Majeau\, Lauren Wilev, Alethea Flores
Middle 1-r: Stephen Powell, Justin Schepper, Brian Baggetl,
William Robinson, Lin Jackson, Seth Moorman
Back I-r:Ran barker, losh Sehwitzerlett, Jordan Cotton, Tre
Hellwig
Not pictured: Sean Griffin, Delores Presullo, Andrewi Howell


Conqratulations!
Congratulations to the MHS Symphonic Band! They participated at
the Florida Bandmasters Association District 1 Concert -7 ^,
Music Performance Assessment ( like the FCAT for
Band!!i on Friday, March 10th and received straight
superior ratings on their stage performance. A superior
rating is the top rating you can receive and very much like an
"A" letter grade. During the second portion of this event.
the band had to sight read two pieces of music they
had never seen before. They had only 3 minutes , '
and 5 minutes to discuss the music before playing
it for an adjudicator. The band received an excel-
lent rating during this portion as they had
some difficulties with one of the pieces."'"- .
However. this is sill a wonderful accomplish- *,
ment! Congratulations to the Symphonic '
Band and to the band director. Mr. Gray Weaver!


MHS


"News to Know"

9th grade students that are interested in attending a Science
camp in Gainesville need can pick up an application from Mrs.
Drinkard in the guidance office. Participating students will live in
a campus dorm for one week, attend a variety of lectures and
demonstrations, visit research laboratories and other facilities, and
engage in multiple science experiments.
The-Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge, Pensacola Chapter
%will sponsor juniors from the Pensacola Bay area to attend the
Spirit of America Youth Leadership Conference area Valley Forge,'
Pennsylvania. If interested in this opportunity. see Mrs. Ford
This is for 10th and llth grade student only! Youth Leadership
Foundation Incorporated and sponsored by the Military Order of
the World Wars-Students interested in attending this conference
on May 3-6. 2006 please see Ms. Cha'ers to pick-up an applica-
tion. Copies of the application and other information may be
accessed at http://vwwvw.ylfinc.org
The Sun Sentinel Press Club is sponsoring a scholarship for
seniors who are going to major in journalism. See Ms. Norton.

The Navy League is sponsoring a scholarship for students
whose parents are active or retired military
( Na\y. Marine Coast Guard or Merchant Marine.) Worth
$1000. See Ms. Norton for application Deadline is April 15th.

The PJC Theatre and Music department is holding auditions for
scholarships on March 30th at 3PM. See Ms. Norton if interested

Men with Vision is sponsoring a scholarship. Requirements 2.0
GPA. 15 on ACT. See Nis. Norton for an application. Deadline is
May 1st.

Jay Hospital is sponsoring a scholarship for students who are
going into a health related field. See Ms. Norton for ian applica-
tion. Worth a S1000. Deadline is May.


Science Pride Students; Front I-r: Michelle Lle, Stephen Mateau\, Math Pride Students: Front I-r: Carrie laris, Abb Brown, Althea
Carrie larvis, Sarah Stephens, Lynne Harman, Ridle, Jones Flores ;Back I-r: Jordan Cotton, R\an Barker, Lindse\ Chasers, Lin
Back I-r: William Robinson, Ryan Barker, Lin Jackson, Christina Ellison, Jackson, Daniel Houser, Ridlel |ones, Andrew Bean
Andre%% Bean, lake Hullell; Not pictured: Delores Presutto and Not Pictured: Andre%% Howell and Andre%% Smith
Andrew Smith


STATE FARM Your "good neighbor" agent Ken Kincaid

(@ Ken Kincaid Insurance Agency, Inc.

5259 Stewart St. * Milton, FL 32570
INSURANCE Bus. (850) 623-9424 * Res. (850) 626-7101

statefarm.comT State Farm Insurance Companies * Home Offices: Bloomington, Illinois


Senior Feature I


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Lvnne Marie Harman is the daughter of Jeanette and Robert "Bill" Harman
tAlumni of 1974- and the twin sister to Anna Harnnn. She comes from a large
family of Milton Panthers. including her father, t\'.o uncles, one aunt and one
cousin.

Lynne is not only an outstanding student but an outstanding athlete as
well. She has been a three-year member of the Girls \arsit\ Soccer Team
and a two-year member of the Varsity Cross-Country Team. She is involved
in many extra-curricular acti cities at Milton High. including: BETA three
years); National Honor Sociert (three Nears : Freshmen. Sophomore. Junior
and Senior Board; Students Against Destructive Decisions iSADDj; and
Student Council. She served as "Class Treasurer" in her Junior \ear and is
currently the President for her Senior class and is the President for BETA.


19 L . Lynn has accomplished great things in her four \ears at NIliton High:
receiving awards for her various acti% ities. In her Sophomore -ear, she received
thhe "Spirit Award" in soccer, and the "Coach's Award in Cross Country" in her
Junior year. In her Senior year. she won the "Fellow ship of Christian Athlete's" aw ards
in both cross-country and soccer. She was also selected as most reliable by her fellow seniors and has been a recip-
ient of the school's "PRIDE" award in Social Studies and Science for her academic excellence. After high school.
Lynne plans to attend Florida State University and major in education.

As Lynne moves forward into her future, she never forgets those that helped to get her \ here she is today.
"I would like to take this opportunity to first thank God for each day he brings me and for all the amazing things
that I have been given. To my parents, thank you for all of your support and lo\e. To my sister Anna, thank you
for all the memories. WVe have been together before birth and we have experienced so much of our lies together.
You have not only been a sister, but also a source of inspiration and a friend. To all of my friends % ho have been
so much a part of my life, thank you. I could not write enough words to tell you ho\\ much \our friendship means.
Although I could never list eservone. I would also like to thank my church familN, extended family. and all of the
people in mi life for helping to make me who I am today."


Important Phone
Numbers for MHS
Main Office: 983-5600;
Main Office Fax 983-5610
Guidance: 983-5609
Guidance Fax: 983-5618;
Attendance :983-5608;
Attendance Ans.
Machine-983-5658; Band: 983-5611'
Weight Room: 983-5606;
Chorus:983-5613;
M. Rutledge: 983-5616;
Athletic Fax: 983-5614
or visit us at www.santarosa.k12.fl.us/mhs/ /
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S P provide disks with the ritten copy. and the scanned photos each %eek. The Press Gazente is not responsible for the content.
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i This week's feature senior is Rebekah Louise Neely. She is the daughter of Roy and Debbie Neely and sister to Daniel,
Rachel, and David. Rebekah is currently a member of the FCA (president), Sr. Beta (president), FBLA (historian), NAHS, Key
Club (reporter), and a First Priority leader. She attends Pine Terrace Baptist Church. Rebekah has always been on the honors
roll. She received Math Student of the Year, Presidental Seal at UWF, Most Likely to Succeed, and Most Intelligent in the
Seniors' Who's Who. She relieved 1st place in FBLA desktop publishing, and also has a 100% Bright Futures Scholarship. I
Twenty years from now, she would li e her classmates to have forgotten what she looked like, what she wore, and all the
fun times they had, but that they will remember the God she serves. Rebekah says her favorite teacher is Mr. Bassett. "He I
encourages me and listens and advises me when things aren't going too well." What's the best part about being a senior?
"Making memories with my friends and counting down the days until we're out of here!", says Rebekah. Her fondest *
senior memory was going to Winter Jam with her youth group. In the future she plans to attend UWF and pursue a
degree in nursing or literature.


Wachin ton 3rd Quarter Honor Roll
th Tour A Honor Roll A/B Honor Roll
n n r 7 7th Grade 7th Grade
InnL: Jerrett Cailaway Vintain
SO Brittsey Campbell Brooke Blackstone
*a ye ^^t _rU y/f y K Kaitlyn Campbell Alexis Carrier
_gfa ' ott t Sarah Carpenter Jessie Dechico
I Taylor Fisher Cindel Foster
SI Jaime Hamilton Michael Frenin
Alexis Harris Crystal Maryott
I Dellany Kelley Kaylee Olsen
Gretchen Cotton has been selected to attend the Justi Poley Hunter Phillips
I Nicole White Will Scott
I Washington Youth Tour. Each year. two juniors are cho- I Jared Valdez
I can to represent the Escambia River Electric Coopera- I 8th Grade
tive in Washington. D.C. Applicants for the tour had to Sandra Boyett 8th Grade
submit an application, resume, and an essay answering Elilzabeth Drewry Amber Boutwell
g the question 'What is an electric cooperative and how Daysha Enfinger Sarah Eakes
I does being a member benefit you?" Gretchen will be I Heather F
one of about 1.200 students who will attend this Travis Hatfield 9th Grade
* summer. 9he will travel with a delegation of about 30- m Jennifer Moe Anthony Bain
I 40 students from Florida. The Washington Youth Tour , Valerie Bonilla
is an all-expense paid trip to the capital. On the trip. I 9th Grade Brooke Daughtery
the students will tour the many historic and educa- Shelton Adkinson Tim Dilmore
Stional sites of the city and also attend a leadership Hunter Bondurant Skyla Gates
Ssemrinar. m Christopher Madden
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Emily Everto 10th Grade
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mrpbdV, Grade 12

Ti Dlimnre, Grade 9 1
Thim Dhmeer Grade 9


CLy Steter, Grade 12
Ju6en mW., Grade 10
Tally r1r:, Gracde 7


BriEnttany EKlr, Grj 9
Jeca Ervm, trade 1

Con(?atu~atiom I


JosJlua Jernigan
Matthew McCoy,
Chad McDaniel
Bailey Rinicker
11th Grade
Betty Brown
Shawna Moorer
12th Grade
Patrick Akin
Ashley Caylor
Jessica Etheridge'
Shanda Foster
Ryan Funderburk
Randall Goodbred
Amanda Hines
Steve Jackson
Ashely-Jade Johnson
Rana Martin
Jill Massey
Rebekah Neely
CJ Penton
Cody Stetler
Christine Thomas
Jennifer Wilemon


Great

Job!


Logan nryant
Heather Eakes
Ross Kelley
Christyn Kenney
11th Grade
Krista Adkinson
William Barr
Laura Carmley
Gretchen Cotton
Jesaca Erven
Maggie Everidge
Raymond Everton
Grayson Flaherty
Clark Harris
Jessica Hart
Shelby Howell
Shaina McCall
Crystal Pace
Nathan Smith
Shawn Stearns
Cherie Ward
12th Grade
Lance Bain
Adam Bondurant
Ashleigh Campbell
Clarissa Carroll
Carrie Davis
Alix Fabbro
B.J Holland
Leonard Nelson
Jenna OKelley
Andrew Turk


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SATURDAY

April 8, 2006


INDEX.


of the Press Gazette & get twoftree ),' ed -- ^ L '
.signs. Deadline is Monday by send $8.00 t os 302N
-,. 3p.m. 20 words for $5.00, HabanaAve.,'
-"25 cents each TampaF a LA33607
additional word 33607
S THANKS TO God &
St. Jude for prayers
answered. H.C.G.

BAPTIST
. Javy 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 RoomRN
7pm shift Prefer 2 years RN experience. 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 Human Resources Monday-Friday
from 8am-4pm at Jay Hospital.
14114 Alabama Street, Jay Florida 32565
or call 850-675-8069 for more information.


. AntinLues,
M".- Alabama. F
all, informati(
on: (888) 285
un- . www.red
Billy, auction.
957- Redmont A
info Land Co. In
35, Propst Lic#


AUCTION LAND AUCTION
te, anti- .. central Florida Acre-
ectibles, age 10am, Saturday
l 25th & April 22, Hardee-
en Gate County, ' FL.
Warrior, 320�Acres in 14
For more parcels Higgenbo-
on call: tham Auctioneers
5-8408, ME 'Higgenbotham
dmont CAI FL. Lic #
.com AU305/AB158
auction & www.higgenbotham.
tc. Eddie com (800)257-4161.


AU2051


REAL ESTATE
AND ESTATE AUC-
TION 3 properties in
Live Oak& Lee, FL
JW Hill& Assoc.
Call for info:
(888)821-0894
AB#2083,-


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
'* ' *1.'11 *'. _____*' '**' - __________ __ _________________


A U 1 INS

Security
Sell Storage
4391 Hwy. 90 Pace, FL
Sill: ell at public
. :auction by
competitivee bidding on
Tuesday-April 18,
2006 at 2:00 p.m.
on premises where
said property has
Been stored. ;
Purchases must be
paid for ai time of
purchase'ini cash or
credit card only.
All purchased items
are sold as is, where
is and must be
removed at the time
of the sale. Sale is
subject to0cancellation
in the event of
settlement between
owner and obligated
party. O
850-994-0033 Offie


ESTATE AUCTION.
104+/- acres - divid-
ed. Excellent home-
sites. Saturday, April
1, 10 a.m. Rowell
Auctions, Inc.
(800)323-8388
www.rowellauctions.
corn 10% buyer's
premium GAL AU-
C002594.

Place a
classified
ad today
Phone
623-2120


Auction. Thursday,
3/30 2 G-ulf Access
Lots Cape Coral, FL.
Friday, 3/31 4 New
Builder Houses.
Gateway Develop-
ment, Ft. Myers, FL.
See website
www.scottauctions.c
om (888)283-7058
Bruce Scott.
AUCTION SALE
Dogwood Storage
aka By-Pass Ware-
houses of 6121 and
6075 Dogwood Dr,
Milton, FL 32570,
pursuant to the pro-
visions of the Florida
"Mini Self-Storage
Landlord and Tenant
Act" (FL- Statute
#83.801 et . sec)
hereby gives NO-
TICE OF SALE un-
der said act, to wit:
On April,22, 2006, at
9:00am, Dogwood
Storage aka By-
Pass Warehouses of
6121 and 6075 Dog-
wood Dr., Milton, FL
32570, will conduct
a public sale and./or
take into possession
the entire contents
of the following
units:
All consist of house-
hold goods and /or
unknown items:


r AWA t S.ejHU PL AC E ANAD


PRIVATE

PARTY ADS

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


GARAGE

SALE ADS

5.00

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


COMMERCIAL

ADS

$11.00/1 St week
$1.00 OFF EACH
ADDITIONAL WEEK
up to 30 words
.25 PER WORD
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Customer Name & Unit
Mary Caler
337
Daniel Carter
288
Gna Corn
266
Mark & Billie Crutch-
field - 340
Yolanda Dixon
062
Frank Falduto
017
Laura Gilmore
263
Wayne Henry
183
Ralph B. James
317
Cherri Lindsey
264
Malia L. Monk
246
Billy Nalion & Jenni-
fer Nation Kaplin
333
John Oudekerk
305
Kim Pardue
323
Charlotte Pollard
118
Heather Raybon
194
Craig M. Reed
284
Steven Rich
218
Willie & Calhy Ses-
co - 210
Mary Swarbrick
259
Richard C. Tidwell
067
Halie Turpin
302



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102
Drivers
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104
General Help
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mum Starting Pay
$18 00'hr.
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SANTA ROSA COUNTY

HUMAN RESOURCES

EMPLOYMENT ANNOUNCEMENT
' * ' * *,, r . ' -'' - � ', " ' ', ' ' I . - 1 f , i I , ' .I '.I t . t I. *

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After all applications are evaluated. sour name \\ ill be
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lions/supplemeidla questions cant be \ ie%\ed at 'A \. %k an-
tarosa.fl.go or obtained from the Human Resources
office.
Other than this announcement,
no further notification %ill be sent.

Archives Clerk I (9073) .
Range: 7 $ 8.57 per hour
**04/10/2006 - 04/17/2006* *

Building Permit Technician I 112901
Range: 10 $ 9.23 per hour
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Land Appraiser I (9304)
Range: 16 $ 10.97 per hour
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Paralegal (1004)
Range: 22 $ 30.699.05 - 33.886.01 DOQ
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AUTOMOTIVE
TECHNICIAN need-
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in air conditioning &
have experience in
diagnostics & driva-
bility. Apply in per-
son at: Eddie Hobbs
Automotive, 4916
Glover Lane in Mil-
Ion No phone calls
please!
BOB'S CANOE
RENTAL
is accepting
applications for
summer lobs.
Call. 623-5457
CAMP NIGHT
WATCH/SECURITY
Eckerd Youth Allter-
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 lme hours.
HS or equivalent &
related exp. prefer-
red. Full time & ex-
cellent benefits from
day one! Fax re-
sumes to 18501 675-
1230 or call 18501
675-4512 for more
into.
EOE DFWPIM'F D.'V
CERTIFIED
LIFEGUARD
Krul Recreation
Area in Mulson
needs a Certified
Lifeguard. Speak to
the Recreation Ad-
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Supervisor at:
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104
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Must have strong
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to Tennessee and
nearby slates.
Email resume to:
Recruiter3-.-�
osmose.com or
tax: 19851871-0605
www OsmoseUlilit-
ies co
EOE M.F DIV.


NANNY NEEDED
in Milton, $5400,wk
7 am until 5 pm
Ivion-Fn. Previous
childcare exp.req.,
non-smoker & valid
drivers license.
Call.994-1669



NEED EXTRA
CASH?
The Pre.s Gazette
has openings lor
personable, profes-
sional individuals to
help with telephone
sales. Impressive
earning opportuni-
ties. Call 623-2120,
ask for Tracie

PART-TIME AT
public accounting
lirm in Pace. Should
have public account-
ing experience. Tax
knowledge. Pay de-
pends on expen-
ence Send resume
to: BOOKEEPER,
4430 HWY. 90,
SUITE H, PACE, FL
32571 or Fax Re-
sume to 995-8849
PRESS OPERA-
TOR - -JewsKing ex-
perience preferred.
Benefits - group
health, vacation/sick
lime and holidays.
E-mail
belderton'@'nsb-ob-
server.com lax
(3861424-9858, Pub-
lisher. Observer
Newspapers, P.O.
Box 10, New Smyr-
na Beach, FL
32168.


104
General Help

PUBLISHER'S
NOTICE
Million Newspapers,
Inc. (dba The Santa
Rosa Press Gazene
and The Santa Rosa
Free Press) re-
serves Ine right to
censor, reclassify.
revise, edit or rejeci
any advertisement
not meeting its
standards of accept-
ance. Submission of
an advenisement
does not constitute
an agreement to
publish said adver-
tisement. Publication
of an advertisement
does not constitute
an agreement for
continued publica-
tion.


SIGNED ARTIST
looking lor
band members.
Travel required.
Call for.audition.
(850) 293-5009


THE WEST FLORI-
DA RESEARCH &
EDUCATION CEN-
TER at Milton has
an opening lor an
Accountant. Visit
wirec.ifas.uil edu un-
der oib opportunities
to view description.
To view application
instructions & 10
complete an online
resume, visit
www hr.ufl.edu>jobs
Reference 035953
The deadline to ap-
ply is 04/,10.06. If an
accomodalion due
to a disability is
needed to apply for
this position, please
call (352i 392-4681
or the Florida Relay
System at (8501
955-8771 ITDDI
EOE

108
Hotel/Motel
& Restaurant

POPEYE'S
CHICKEN
Crew members
needed Flexable
hours, benefits
available & paid
vacation Starting
rate $7,'hr. Apply in
person daily from
2pm -5pm 4687
Hwy. 90, Pace

110
Labor

FRAMERS & CAR-
PENTERS HELP-
ERS wanted. Must
have own Iranspor-
tation. Call:554-2068

TREE WORKER
needed w/driver's li-
cense & possibly
own transportation
lor immediate work
Call Scoft at: 490-
0210


Library Manager 13303
Range: 28 $ 41.286.79 - $ 45,572.90 DOQ
**Open Until Filled**


Planner I 160371
Range: 23 $ 32.253.19 - $ 35.601.49 DOQ
**Open Until Filled**



Testing v.ill be held on Thursday. April 20, 2006 for
those positions that require testing as indicated in the
minimum requirements. All applications, supporting
documents and supplemental questions must be received
on or before Monda\. April 17. 2006 at 4:30pm in order
to schedule testing. The APPLICANT must contact
Human Resources on or before April 17. 2006 at 4:30 pm
to recet\e ;a testing time for the testing date mentioned
above.

**NO EXCEPTIONS WILL BE MADE ON
DATE/TIME**'

FOR EACH POSITION APPLIED FOR. ALL SUPPLE-
MENTAL QUESTIONS AND ALL REQUIRED SUP-
PORTING DOCUMENTS (i.e. diplomas, transcripts.
and/or certificates) LISTED ON THE JOB DESCRIP-
TION/S. MUST BE SUBMITTED BY THE CLOSING
DATE/S NO LATER THAN 4:30pm. DOCUMENTS.
MAY BE DELIVERED BYUS MAIL. FAX. EN AIL,
OR HAND DELIVERED.


Ifr the required supplemental questions and supporting
documents are not in by the close date, your applica-
tion sill not be submitted for consideration. In an
effort to further assist applicants, we offer the ease of
applying online at www.santarosa.fl.gov. Complete job
descriptions and applications are also available at the
Santa Rosa County Human Resources Office, 6495
Caroline Street, Suite H, Milton, FL 32570, phone (850)
983-1948, Fax (850) 981-2003.' Veteran's Preference will
be given in accordance with Florida Statutes.

A Drug Free Workplace/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
EMPLOYER


110
Labor

APAC, INC.
Hiring qualified ap-
plicants for the fol-
lowing positions:
Snriop Helper
� Experienced Asphall
Piant Operaior
"Experirecea Naval
Quality Coniroi
"Experienced Aipnall
Laborer
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

118
Part Time
CLEANING LADY
NEEDED Pan-lime
Call: 626-8973

120
Professional
HAIRSTYLIST &
NAIL TECH wanted.
Clientele . a must!
Paid vacation after 1
yr. Contact in person
at: Salon VIP. 5213
Dogwood Dr. Milton
Ask for Patty

WEAR TV 3
Is looking lor a
part time
A leteorolooist.
To apply and for
more details. visit:
www.weartv.com
under employmenti


124
Sales &
Telemarketing
$5.500 WEEKLY
Goal Potential II
someone did it. so
can you! 2-3 con-
tirmed appoinmienis
daily! Benefits Avail-
able Call Catherine
McFarland:
(888 1563-3188.


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 at:
983-7576 or
Fax
resume to:
850-682-1523
Liberty National
is an EOE






LARGE MULTI
FAMILY SALE
7 am-3 pm Satur-
day, 04'08 5765
Red Pine Sl, Milton
toff Willard Norrisi




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310
Business
Opportunities

N1 CORPORATE
Sports Apparel
Francriise. Full
Training and Sup-
port. No Exp. Need-
ed. Financing avail.
Call 1800)727-6720.
s*i EmPrnrc.d e corr.

Have a special
service you
would like
everyone to
know about?
Tell us so that
we can tell the
world. Whether
you're a CPA,
CNA, LPN, RN
or just hold a
CDL contact our
advertising
specialists 1o
find out how our
action-getting
classitfieds can
go to work for
you ASAP!

ACCT REP/LOCAL
REP Earn Execunve
Level Income. PrT or
F'T $13,000 invest-
ment includes 30
Accounts, Inventory.
Territory. Training.
Proven Produci. 16
Year Old Co.
(888)456-0261.

ALL CASH Candy
route. Do you earn
'$800,day? 30 Ma-
crines, Free Candy
All for $9,995.
1888)629-9968
BO02000033. CALL
US- We will noi te
undersold!

DRIVER- NOW HIR-
ING QUALIFIED
DRIVERS lor Cen-
tral Florida Local &
National OTR posi-
tions. Food grade
tanker, no hazmat,.
no pumps, great
benefits, competitive
pay & new equip-
ment. Need 2 years
experience. Call Bv-
num Transport for
your opportunity to-
day 18001741-79501

DRIVERS - CDL A.
Special Oreniation
Pay for Experienced
Drivers' Home:
Weekends' Great
Pay & Benefits' Paid
Training for School
Grads' Cypress
Truck Lines, Inc
www cyoressiruck.c
om 1888)808-5846

DRIVERS- BE IN
DEMAND' Plenty of
Ireight. Many Home
time Options. Low
Cost CDL Training
Available. 100:':. Tui-
tion Reimbursement
18001231-5209
www.SwihTruck-
ingJobs com.

EARN $500 DAILY!
No selling. We make
every $597 sale and
pay you $500 com-
mission. rol MLM
(877) 251-8300
LEARN TO buy
Foreclosures. ta>:
liens, and rehatbs or
pennies on tre dol-
lar. Mentor walks
you through each
deal A-Z to insure
SUCCESS
1800|693-3967


310
Business
Opportunities
ORANGE COUNTY
Choppers OCC
seeks Distributor for
New OCC Energy
Drink product.
$15.000 req'd for In-
ventory, Prolected
Territory & TV Expo-
sure. YOU CAN'T
LOSE" 18881216-
5831
RECEIVE CHECKS
of $3200 - $4800
per month in as lit-
lie as 60-90 days for
20-40 years frcm a
40K irinvesimeni in
Oil & Gas. 18881722-
5790.

315
Business Services

Trim, Carpentry.
home improvements
and more. Licensed
& Insured. Call.
Johnny at
850- 698-1973.
ALL PERSONAL
INJURIES ACCI-
DENT WRONG FUL
DEATH AUTO .
.MOTORCYCLE.
TRUCK .PREMISE
PRODUCT SLIP &
FALL..PEDES-
TRIAN..ANIMAL
BITES A-A-A AT-
TORNEY Referral
Ser ice 18001733-
5342. 24 Hrs. 100's
of Lawyers Siaie-
wide
ANN BARNHILL
TRUCKING
Dirt Work Fill Din.
Crushed Aspialt.
Brown Dirt Lime-
slone. Driveways.
Culverts & Mobile
Homes Pads
Call for price:
18501 623-3461
i8501 232-0670.
Free Estimates'
ARRESTED? ALL
Cnminal Defense
Felonies. Misde-
meanors. State or
Federal Charges.
Parole .Probation,
DUI..Tralfic Tickets.
Bond Reduction
100s of Lawyers
Statewide 24-
HOURS A-A-A AT-
TORN-JEY REFER-
RAL SERVICE
i800i733-5342
ARTIE KELLER
STUCCO. Licensed
and Insured Con-
ventional and Syn-
thetic Systems No
lob too big nor 10
small. Call 698-8327
or 626-9164.
B & B HOME
IMPROVEMENTS
25 years e.perence.
Free estimates.
Licensed & insured
Call anytime:
18501 981-39,36
" Na o1b too small!'
BORDER TO Bc.r-
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 c. LiCensi:l
Call Andy at
S5 0i 304-9680

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315
Business Services

COKER'S LAWN &
TRACTOR Service.
rom trimming to
iractor work. Clean
upS. raking, hauling,.
mowing, bushhog-
ging. din work Rea-
sonable rates free
estimate 1850) 623-
0493. Licensed & in-
sured.01

D&D REMODELING
INC. General Con-
tractor All Types
Home Mainlenance-
Roots to Floors,
Renovations. Decks.
Tile. Plumbing. Etc.
Evictions. Move-
Outs, Construction
Cleaning, Pressure
Washing Painting.
Tree work, & Etc.
Locally owned.
FREE ESTIMATES.
Lic.F4710-0037952
CELLI#261-1173
CELL#261-3598
DAN'S TRACTOR
works. Licensed and
insured. Bush-hog-
ging. Discing Front-
end loading Debris
removal. Dan Fran-
cisco. owner Cell
18501 529-8718
Home i850i 623-
8697
DAY BY Day Oually
Fencing Compeii-
iive pricing for all o0
your lending needs.
Locally licensed
owned arnd operal-
ed We look Ic.rward
to your call New
fencing or repairs.
Call 850-529-3546
DIVORCE $275-
$350"COVERS crhii-
dren. eic. Only one
signature required!
'Excludes g.>ov
lees' Call weekdays
(8001462-2000,
ext.600. i8am-7pm)
Alia Divorce. LLC
Established 1977
DOUBLE "B" Land
Clearing. Backhoe
Work. Licensed and
Insured Bryen Bal-
lard. 18501994-5740
or 18501232-1581
DOUG'S LAWN
SERVICE
Mowing & Edging,
Trimming Bushes.
Land caping t.l1ul,:h-
ing. Tractor work.
Gutter Cleaning &
full lawn services
Owner operated and
a local vocal Call
623-5370 .r
lcelll85.0-324-9149
FIELD
ELECTRIC, INC.
Providing your resi-
dential commercial
& portable generator
panel needs.
Call William at:
1850) 791-4381
LiC -ER13013420
G&E
LANDSCAPING &
TREE SERVICES
Free estimates
credits card ok
Grading. mulching,
weeding, trimming,
new beds, old beds
redone, clean ups,
clearing slump
grinding, tree
remo',al 529-5650
HORSE LINIMENT
Eases Arnritis Par
Now Available for
humans Anr,-Rx
h.-is bee helping ar-
ihriiis p.ain sufferers
lr over 10 year.
Conv.inient Roll Cn
1800)634-2348.
www anh-ry corn
LAND CLEARING &
DOZER/TRACTOR
WORK Specializing
in culvert installa-
tion, driveways, lev-
eling, root raking,
bushogging & disk-
ing. Equipment and
material transport
available. By the job
or hour. Call Billy
Rogers for estimates
957-4952 or 261-
8407
LAWN SERVICE
Mowing, edging &
trimming. Dependa-
ble and reasonable
rates Call: 393-2032


'1





LOCAL HOME
REPAIR
Paint, drywall, trim &
tile: Fence repair &
installation. 10 years
experience. Contact
Paul McMullen
723-9767








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.. 315
Business Services

LOCAL HOME Re--
pair. .Paint, drywall,
trim & tile. Fence re--
S- pair & installation.
.10 years experi-
ence. Contact Paul
McMullen 850-723-
S 9767.


MIKE KAYLOR
Cement Mason
Palios
'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-root, pa-
Io. IO covers, screen
rooms, leveling
Locally owned
& operated
Free estimates
S 100,: Finar,,:ira WAC
Call 857-1051


315 �
Business Services

ING & WALLPA-
PERING : *Drywall
repairs & patchwork
*Pressure cleaning
(homes, decks, pa-
tios, driveways &
sidewalks) *Carpen-
Iry work (crown
molding, paneling,
trim base & case. in-
stall cabinets & build
decks) Residential.
Interior/Exterior.
Family owned busi-
ness, over 30 years.
Call Tne Ericksens
today! (8501723-
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
al 698-9303.
READY FOR
EASTER?
Don't have lime to
decorate' Let us do
it lor you' Holiday
Adornment, Inc For
more information
call: 850-324-5367
www holidayadorn-
ment.com
STUMP-EASE
STUMP GRINDING
Most removals $35
Discount for multiple
removals & Back-
yard accessible.
Local Contractor
Retired USf I
Licensed & Insured
232-8746
THE MOWER MEDIC
We service Your
Mower in your home
at your
convenience.
Bob and Andy
Knowles. Office
1850) 626-8300
Cell 1850) 982-3576.


The All New!


Jay



Apartments


FULLY RENOVATED ONE, TWO, AND

THREE BEDROOM UNITS NOW.

AVAILABLE W.A.C.




850-623-0609


ACROSS
1. Bonkers
5. Artichoke treat
10. Practice pugilism
14. Atop
15. Dispute,
16, Designer Chanel
17. Nevada's second-
largest city
18. Knack for growing
20. Quit
21. Suit or brief follower
22. Toast opening
23. The Munsters' pet,
bat
25. Tux-renting event
27. Mickey's kind, in
MichoacAn
29. Proclamation word
32. Gobd-bye, In Mexico
33. Sound of pain
34. __ -top computer
36. Pig fare
37. The daily_
38. Singer Martin, to
friends
39. Tin __ Alley
40. Like pickle water
41. Take care of
42. Publishing
44. Venetian waterway
45. Herds of whales
46. Author Richard
47. Brownie


315
Business Services

TNT CARPORTS
R.V. & Boat covers
' Buildings,
Garages.
Portable Sheds
CARPORTS
Single $595
Double $695.
12 X 41-$1295
24 X 31 $1990
Galvanized Steel
Many sizes'colors.
Fina3ncirn, Available
Free dielve-ry & Setup
1850) 983-2296 or
Pager 505-1867

TOMMY'S LAWN
CARE SERVICE
Grass cuttingweed
eating raking.edging
& hedge inmming
Free estimates!
Mliilon' Pace area
Call Tommy al.
748-4718
VICKERS FENCING
"Making good neigh.
bors one fence al a
time " Specializing in
wood fences. New
installations and re-
pairs. Competitive
pricing. Licensed
and Insured. Free
estimates. 994-7585
or 791-0198.

325
Domestic
DEPENDABLE
HOUSEKEEPER
Seeking additional
clients. Over 15
years of experience!
References avail.
upon request.
Call 994-6236

335
Financial Services
CASH OUT! CON-
SOLIDATE CREDIT
CARD DEBT INTO
ONE LOW PAY-
MENT. 1Y. per year
wi h 5 year Guaran-
teed Payment
(1.34�o APR). "All
borrowers must
quality Credit-Em-
ployment-Appraisal
(800t229-3192
Global Mongage
MB6285 111 West-
ern Row Rd, Mason,
Ohio (513)324-5715.
1513)478-1237.
Equal Housing
Lender

WE BUY
MORTGAGES
Are you collecting
payments on a mort-:
gage? Why wail
years for payments?
Call (800) 282-1251
. 345
Lawn Care
CLARK'S LAWN
CARE General
Maintenance & All
Types of Tractor
Work - Licensed &
Insured. Call: Mike
Clark al 626-2428


50. Teamster with the
right of way?
52. Never Late
55. Deputies
58. Pineapple: Sp.'
59. Trumpeter Baker
60. Cry of woe
61. "__ Of Ages"
62. Liz Taylor's are violet
63. Tub soakings
64. Individuals

DOWN
1. Entice
2. "Song Of The
Road" (Whitman)
3. Terms
4. Lennon's widow
5. Mother of Ishmael
6. Strays
7. 1957 Pulitzer Prize
winner James
8. Street: Fr.
9. Commandments
number
10. Plot
11. Precipitate heavily
12. Peak
13. Steals from
19. Source of Irritation
21. Inmates
24. Viscous mess
25. Spurious
26. Hit the books


345
Lawn Care


EMERALD COAST
Lawn Services
ECL, LLC
Mowing, edging,
sodding, bush
trimming &
cleaning-up
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 at:
983-8887 or 982-
2847 (cellI
PAGE'S TREE
SERVICE
Trim, cut & remove
Call: 626-2159 ,it no
answer please leave
messageli
FIREWOOD $50. a
load and up

350
Senior Care


GRANNY NANNIES
Affordable Home
Care Services.
Highly Qualified
Personal Care
Givers Includes
CNA and HHA
available up to 24
hrs a day/7days a
week. Serving San-
ta Rosa and Es-
cambia Counties.
Ouality Home
Health Care Since
1990.
"A Helping Hand
and A Gentle Hearr'
995-0599
Licit-JR30211252


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


360
Miscellaneous

CRUISE- 7
NIGHTS. EASTERN
CARIBBEAN. Brand
new ship sailing r.'t
from Ft. Lauderdale
November 2006-
March 2007. From
$499 port taxes in-
cluded with FREE
BUS' 18001741-
1770. www.aila-
boardlravel.com


Grate harshly
Stevenson of Illinois
Squeeze
Teen's complaint,
often
Barbara
Emulates the
Cheshire Cat
Combination
System of
coordinates
Author William
Howells
Channel markers
tissue
Sail extenders
Office tables.
Visage
Wan
"The More __ You"
Midge
Root in the memory
In A Lifetiine"
Trees of the beech
family
Keyboard key
Southern state: abbr.
In favor of


360
Miscellaneous
EARN DEGREE
Online from home.
'Medical, "Business,
"Paralegal, 'Com-
puters. "Criminal
Justice. Job Place-
meni. Computer pro-
vided. Financial aid
if quality.
(8661858-2121
www onhinetidewa-
lertecr corn

EARN YOUR DE-
GREE-Online from
home. Business,
Paralegal. Computer
Specialist and more
Financial aid, job
placement assis-
tance and comput-
ers provided. Call
Free 18661858-2121
or www Tidewa-
terTechOnline corn
HUNT ELK
Red Slag, Whitetail.
Buffalo, Wild Boar
Our season -
now 3,31,06
Guaranleed license.
$5.00 - Trophyv in
Iwo days. flo-
game. no-pay policy.
Da;s,.- s .14 20r9 .9800
E .eningri
,3141293.,',610
POND AND LAKE
FOUNTAINS and
AERATORS
(8881776-3159.
Complete pond
inrormalton online.
Algae control, lish,
aeration, pond bub-
blers. Online store
www absoluteacual-
ics.com.





402
Apartments
DUPLEX FOR RENT
2,BR 2.'BA very nice
and spacious. Fire-
place and a great lo-
caiiion in Millori,
$700mth and $700
deposit. Call- 626-
9020.

SMALL EFFICIENCY
apanmeni. Nice &
clean. All utilities fur-
nished. (rent from
month to monnlh)
$500. month. $400
dep. 995-1717
404
Commercial
COMMERCIAL
PROPERTY
Cenlrally located in
Milton, 750 Sq ft.
newly remodeled
$400 a monti wa r,
deposit
Call: 623-9439 or
384-9751

FOR LEASE
1800 sq. n. liffce
space. new H&-A.
carpel. sinyl and
pain. Call: 623-5618


404
Commercial
NEWLY REMOD-
ELED Office Spaces
Available for rent
$200-$250
conveniently located
across the street
Irom Santa Rosa
County Courthouse
Call 850-623-0208
for details

406
Homes
2BR/2BA
EXCELLENT condli-
lion with deep water
dock. Blackwater
Bay.very secluded &
quiet neighborhood.
$895.mo. $500'dep.
994-0667
3BED/2BA 1 year
old unfurnished
house. Siove, relrig-
erator. dishwasher &
garage. Genesis
Park Subdivision.
No pets. no HUD
Credit check
$925 mo $975 dep
748-3046
CONVENIENT TO
Whiting. New. 1715
SF 3'2, 2 car garage
buili in 2005 $1095
plus deposit. TMGR
Property Manag-
ment. 572-1258
FOR RENT
2BR '1BA Home
2850 Myree Lane
Pace $800,'mo

3BR,'2BA Waienroni
nome 5084 San
Miguel $1800,mro.

SANTA ROSA
REALTY
623-0077
FOR RENT
3BR.1'BA on 1 acre
in Bagdad. avail.
April 1st.
850nmo'850dep
includes garbage.
no smokers.
Call Janel:
206-3666

FOR SALE
JAY, FL
Lovely 4,BR 2 1,,2
BA home lust
under 1 acre.
Lois of exlrasi
Ga',, Kegri ev
E;,i Re.lr . A,'.aniage
982-6457.

HOME FOR RE:.IT
Ouiel, clean ocf
street parking
3BR.2BA, screened
porch, tenced back-
yard, Downtown His-
loric Millon Long
lerm lease required.
$1000'mo plus utilitr-
ies Call 18501 983-
7807 Pets OK'
HOUSE FOR RENT
Million - 3'BR 1 B
Clear with lois 01
yard $600mih with
$600 deposit. Call
626-9020.


406
Homes

HOUSES FOR
RENT in Milton &
Pace 3BR,2BA
double car garage
& fenced yard
$925,mo $700dep.
Call 981-0495

MILTON
6592 Magnolia St. .
Large Brick, 3br.'2ba,
stove & reingerator.
extra large kitchen
laundry room with
washer.dryer
hookup Near
Elementary, Middle
and High School.
No pets in house.
tenced backyard
$650. mo $650,dep.
Credit check is
required. 623-5481

NEW 4BR/2BA all
appliances included
lovely neighborhood.
large lot. $1250 mo.
Call lor appointment
995-8588

NEW HOMES FOR
RENT in Milton
3BR,2BA. 1,260
sq.fi. 24th Ave orf
DelMonie $975-mo
SunCoast Pro Real-
ty 432-8448 or call
Tracey: 393-9255
Barbara 390-0824

408
Land

"LOCATION, LO-
CATION. Location'
Time I: buy IN-
VESTORS &
BUILDERS. Great
Buildable Lots For
Sale in one of Florn-
da s Fastest Grow-
ing Areas Fon
Myvers. 18886558-
0032

ASHEVILLE. NC
AREA ACREAGE
Private gated
mountain community
witn over 4 miles ot
riverlront. 1 to 8+
acres from Ihe $60s.
Incredible views!
Custom community
lodge with mountain
spas, riverwalk Call
1866)292-5762. Bear
River Lodge

LAND FOR SALE
Reler lo
Classilicallon
#510
MONTANA MOUN-
TAIN PARADISE
Greal mountain
views! 2 29 acres
lust $59,990 Ride
oul your back door
Ic millions ol acres
of national forest
Close 10o Canyon
Ferry Lake, minutes
to Helena. Soils lesl-
ed. utilities, ready to
build. Call owner
18661365-6103


ANSWERS TO 04-05-06 PUZZLE
O P T S A G N E W C A R L
P E R U S L A T E A L A I
A S A P P E R C E N T A G E
L ON T I N Y E N D E D
S OURS HA I

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E A S T S K E E L S U M
U N T O J E S S E YM C A
D UO C BBEATS s6 B E R
l P R O R A T E MV E R E E N
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M AN N E R I S M S F A L A
I D O L U N T I EC I E S
D E W Y i E A S E L E K E S


Land

NORTH GEORGIA
Gated , Mountain
Community. New
Homes close to In-
frastructure On0
Hour North of Atlan-
ta. .Golf, Tennis,,
Lake, Pools Info
www.bentireegeor-
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 2222 acres,
$2500,acre Alkin-
son County. Geor-
gia. Call Ior info
13341393-5036 or
13341464-4004.
TN WATERFRONT
MOUNTAIN PROP-
ERTY Scenic home-
sites surrounding
Lake Barkley. 1 lo 6
acre view sites & 5
to 40 acre privacy
sites from the 40s
90 miri tO r'ashville.
Grand opening of
Phase II on now'
Call (8660339-4966.

410
Mobile Homes

2001 Model Horton
HomeLiKE NEW
3.'BR 2.-BA 16 X76
2 wood porches,
carport & metal shed
'on 1 acre ,:i1 land.
Call: 981-9473

EAST MILTON nice
corner lci 3BR 2BA
14X70 lice storage
room & covered pa-
tio $450 mo + $250
deposit Water 8
garbage included.
Call- 623-1159

FOR RENT
mobile home
3BR 26A double
wide tolal elec. 110
pets 750mo 500 dep
5345 Spruce St
Navarre Call. *'94-
.' 7918

FOR RENT
2.iBR 1'BA Com-
pletely remodeled.
$375,'mth. Call:
994-8865

FOR RENT
2 BR 1.'BA Mobile
Home, rice clean,
quiet neighborhood
$500/min dap.& rel.
Call: 850-537-6222
or 850-499-7412.

FOR RENT
2/BR 1/BA. in East
Milton, total electric.
$500"mih $250,'dep.
Baycrest Realty
(8501 994-7918

.FOR RENT East
Milton, 3;BR 2/B ,
double-wide mobile
home on .2 acres.
Beautiful country liv-'
ing, shaded, private,
island kitchen, ceil-
ing fans, fireplace,
large .-screened
porch', open deck,'
and small car shed.'
$900/mo, 1st & last
month's rent and
$300.00 deposit.
850-261-6572 or
850-623-5049 Tues-
Fri.


Rooms For Rent

. ROOM FOR RENT
S. Large room,
utilities included,
washer.dryer share
kitchen, near Kings
Middle School. $75
per week.
Call 626-2786

ROOM FOR RENT
10 individual
$300 mo + $300,dep
Pay 1 3-1 2 ot elec-
ric: water bills. No
srmokirng. drugs or
pets Kitchen, wash-
er dryer, phone privi-
leges. Located ott
Berryhill Rd.- Milton
572-0396 or 623-
0185

414
Roommates
Wanted

ROOMMATE
WANTED
jlMaiure adult ferrale
to share small home.
r.J.Ln--sroking environ
mrerit include': uhihlleS.
fAust have reiererces
$300 no $100 dlep
Call 626-86748

416
Vacation & Resort


VACATION HOME
Come to me Smoky
Mountains! Two
Rivers Lodge on
Hwy. 19 Has rooms
w 'Kichenenes.
beds & sola beds
on 2 rivers. 5 miles
ronn Cherokee
,i,-rin Carolina Ca-
sinos. ralring. hiking
available Call.
8501 -150-6342 or
1-828-438-2284
www tworivers
ldAenc.comrr








452
Apartments

MOTIVATED IN-
VESTOR wants to
Liquidate 2 Units in
Jade Beach Sunny
Isie FL 3irh Fl-.;or
Unit E ari, 28Sh
Floor Unit C
e-mail:
RMWi ROCK-
LANDFIrJAr-JCIAL C
OM or Call Roben
,8181224-4555.






504
Commercial

COMMERCIAL
PROPERTY Down-
town Historic Milton
Call or inio: 983-
7807 .

DOG KENNEL in
Milton w/office.
grooming area &
fenced year
$700/mo Call Carla:.
255-3889
MILTON OFFICE
w/detached 1.000 si
warehouse/storage.
Perfect for contrac-
tor! $650/mo Call
Carla- 255-3889
OFFICE SPACE for
lease or sale 1,200-
2,400 sf $1,500 per
unit monthly. Call:
293-1187


408 412


506
Homes

3 OR 4 BR/ 2BA,
1900 sq.h. ranch
, style home oft of
Willard Ncrris for -
sale. $135.000
Cornerlot & great
neighborhood'
Call 1850i 937-0475 -

FOR RENT Brand
new brick home in
Million. 1330 sq h
wi2 car garage on
1 3 acre. $1050.'mo.
No dogs allowed'
Call: 18501 384-9405

HOME FOR sale 4.
bed/ 2barn all new'.
appliances included-
approx 2400 sq..h
large lot in nice'
reighbcrhood
$220,000. Call 850-
380-8844.

STONEBROOK
VILLAGE Pace'.
4BR.2BA in gated
golf course conm-
nunrity. 2,092 sq. h
Great neighborhood-
w:good schools
5624 Sandstone Dr.
Asking $291.900
Call- 18501 994-6914

510
Land

5 ACRES fenced
pasture for sale.
Located off
Miurnson
Hwv. Indian Ford
Rd. Close to Cold
Water Creek.
$90.000 957-8784
or 554-5237

LAND FOR RENT
Reier 1to
Classific aion
#408


NEW TO MARKET
Million, FL Four 3 or
4 acre approved,
surveyed individual
building lots orn
paved shared drive-
way oh a paved
county road Level,
usable acreage
No wetlands.
Private & quiet.
Beautiful property.
$.9 000 - $69,000
Brochure OWI-.IER-
i860i 567-4604 or
Webit.I"c
',, H' :Tc, .,rzian. corn



PACE ACREAGE
Beautiful 5 acre lot
in Woodbine Hills
Can be subdi.ided
Panially cleared
w good access to
Sweel Bay Dr LOok
for "For Sale' sign
or corner of Sweet
Bay.Woodglern
$199.000 Call
(2511463-4329 tor
more inlo.



SECLUDED &
SERENE

* NW of NAs Whit-
ing Field :

* 20 Placid acres
zoned agricultural

* 3 mobile homes,
garage, barn. shed

* $263,000 .

* 626-6767


TIMBERLINE
SDRIVE 1/2 Acre lot
'in established Mvilton
neighborhood
Beautiful trees quiet
street $30,000 Call
232-2789 before
5pm and 626-7340
after 7pm.


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512
Mobile Homes


SECLUDED 6
ACRES NE of
Milton - 10 minutes
from Blackwaier
State Park
Two 1999 Palm
Harbor modular
homes. 3BR' 2BA.
tront back porch
on both, shop,
storage, fully
stocked fish pond
4 acres fenced
pasture beautiful
family homestle.
. Must sell tor
medical reasons
$300.000 lor all
Call-
(850i 957-8-84 or
18501 554-5237


556
Homes

BEAUTIFUL
NORTH CAROLINA
ESCAPE TO BEAU-
TIFUL WESTERN
NC MOUNTAIfIJS
FREE COLOR
BROCHURE & IN-
FORMATION.
MOUNTAIN PROP-
ERTIES WITH
SPECTACULAR
VIEWS HO.1ES.
CABINrS CREEKS
A INfVESTMENT
' ACREAGE Cliero,
� 'kee Mounlain Really
' GMAC Real Estate
"" www cherokee-
. niruritairreally corn
: I8001841-5868

LAKEFRONT LOG
mOME, $99,900,
hOew 2000 Sq Fi
: Log Home on Lake
Cumberland. KY.
Jarresiown,n.Russell
Springs Area 1st
Tiie Availabtle April
22nd'
'800i 70-9311.
Ext 55

LOOKING TO OWNi
LA'IJD ' Irivesl in ru-
'al acreage hrrirugh-
e.ul America. coast-
al. niouniainr. warer-
rrcnt propernie. 20
[.-, :-'i acre.I FREE
rionilh',. Special
Land Reponrs.
,j w landwanted cc,
rr6
', MOUNTAIN
PROPERTY!
inileresied in buiring
property in he Blue
,Ridge Mountains ,c
[.C' Call Actie Re-
airy Ioday at
800-979-5556 or
issil our websile at
* www AciiveReal-
Sic con

MURPHY, NORTH
CAROLINA
-.HH , '..:iL
* :i.r.rlE I , i.hILL,
WHITERR:'
. An..rdable riome &.
rrmouniaiiri arlini
* I LL FC.R I-REE
1* . eROCHIi, iE
. ' tSTT 337.21:.3.
EXIT REALT',-
MOUTIr Il VIEWVV
PROPERTIES
, :klPll.' ie .iirnii.llprlj :..0 IZ II'


556
Homes
NEAR BAXLEY,
GA. 6,200 sqfl cy-
press house/lodge
on 95 acres with 3
acre pond Excellent
location. beautiful
home. Hunting &
Fishing Paradise.
$650,000. 19121632-
8916.

NORTH CAROLINA
Cool Mountain Air.
Views F. Streams.
Homes Cabins &
Acreage FREE
BROCHURE
18001642-5333 Re-
alty Of Murphrv 317
Peachiree St. Mur-
phy I4 C 28906.
www.realtyoimur-
jhy com
NORTH CAROLINA
Galed Lakelrorni
Community
-1.5 acres +
-90 miles o0 shore-'
line
* rJever before ot-
iered with 20 :.pre-
de /eiomeni dis-
counts & 90 :'
financing
Call- 1800t709-5253
WESTERN NEW
MEXICO Prinvate 62
acre rarch $110,.990
M1 views irees roll-
ing rhills pasture-
lar.d borders BLM.
1930s sione horne-
stead witrli 2 barns
Horseback riding
hiking. riunting Per-
tleei lamii,, ranch
electrici,.- 100: li-
rinrcing i-ALC
18661 365-2825

558
Investments
1060 ACRE farm in
l oInh Arkansas
Paslure limber
great deer and iur-
key hunting. 6
ponds
& 35 acre lake
$1I 500.000
Mossy Oak Proper-
ties ot ihe Ozarks
18001 783-6634

COASTAL NC
WATERFRONT
1.5 Acres $99.9001
Beautifully wooded.
great .. ews, pristine
shoreline deep
boarable raier' En-
Icry access to ICW,.
' Sound Atlantic
Pav.ed road, under-
ground utilities
Excellenl financing!
Call now O1800 732-
6601 cX 1510
DESTINY, FLORIDA
iL-'aci.-ll c.r. e d'alter
HEW Boutique Hotel
Harbor Beacri Pool
Steps tro Finest Res-
tauranis. Minutes to
Gull. Gotl, Shop-
ping. IniroductOcy
Rate. www.innon-
destinrarbor corn
18001 ,74 -0470
INVESTMENT OR
RECREATIONAL
Pircpertie.s n irle
BEAUTIFUL STATE
OF GEORGIA Con-
lact PeachStale at
(i366t 300-765:- ,:,r
.i-.ii our property ior
sale section at
sww.rubuyinrgrea-
lestate corn
GPL2550


558 -
Investments
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
beauttully wooded
parcels at 34.000
acre lake Tennres-
see Enjoy unlimited
water recreation
Surrounded by state
Ioresi E.iceiieni t i-
nan cirig' Call
1800l704-3154. x
722 TN Land Pan-
ners. LLC.
THOROUGHBRED
HORSE FARM 67
acres $689 900
Beautilu stone
home, huge barns.
indoor arena, 70+
sialls, lush tenced
paddocks, nice sel-
ling on quiet country
lane' 3 1'2 rrs NYC!
Call rnowI (877)909-
5263 hrlp::,horse-
farm upslatenyland
com.i
WEST CENTRAL
Florida Real Estate
Wayne Cormier
Gale House Really
waynecormier cornm
your websiie to Flor-
ida sr lalure Coast
Real Estate in Citrus
County. Call
i352 4-122-0751

560
Land
FLA, ARK. & TENN
loi ic.r sale al bar-
gain prices Building
lois are still a great
inr.esinieri. Call lo-
day 1772i 215-7625
or Vi~it
www totl ales.us
FOR SALE
Rural Hunting
Timber land 222 2
acres. $2500,acre.
Atkinson County.
Georgia. Call for info
1334) 393-5036 or
13341 464-4004,
GEORGIA
BLAIRSVILLE IN
THE NORTH
GEORGIA MOUN-
TAirS Land
Homes. Commercial
& Investment 'EV-
ERYTHilIG WE
TOUCH TURINS TO
SOLD Jane Baer
Really (7061745-
2261. (800C820-
7829 www.ianrebaer-
realy cor, aneba-
er'A'allrel.nel
GOLF LOT SALE,
Blue Ridge Moun-
tainsI' ear Ashe.
.vlle, iNC Beautilully
wooded homesites
on 18-hole Dye de-
signed golf course
Unbelievable incen-
tives. Call toll-tree
lis, eir.i3 J . 3;5;
X1047cherokeeval-
leys, corn.
WESTERN NORTH
CAROLINtA An-
drews 3 5 acres ron
the headwaters ol
Valley River. dri,,e
and house pad.
Price $89 5.00 at.l-
leviown Really
.1r..5.dnel.riel
80016 32-22 12
rinp . alley iwrireal-
I.. c', rl


560
Land
LAKEFRONT
PROPERTY IN TN
Waterfront, view &
estate homesites 1
Lo 40 acres trom the
$40s. Situated
around a 45.000
acre lake. Just 90
min to Nashville
New building sites
jusi released.
Call owner
1866i339-4966.

NC MOUNTAIN
Property for Less
Breathtaking Blue
Ridge Parkway.
New River. Stone
Mountain. Goli
Courses and quaint
shops oI . Sparta.
www.scenicrealry.co
m 18771372-7211 or
18770363-5550
NC MOUNTAINS 3
acres on mountain
lop in gated com-rri-
munity, view, trees,
waterfall & large
public lake nearby,
plved private ac-
cess, $58,500
owner
1866789-8535
www.NJC77 corm.
NC- ASHEVILLE
AREA HOMESITES
Gated community
with stunrnling moun-
lain views. Situated
between 2 moun-
lairs on over 4 miles
01 r,.erlroni 1 to. 8
acres from the $60s
Clustom owners'
lodge. ru..-erwalk &
more
Call 1866i292-5762

NEW
PRE-CONSTRUC-
TION
Golt Comnmunily-
Coastal Georgia.
Large tlots w deep-
waler, marsh, goli,
nature views. Gated.
Golf, Funess Center,
Tennis. Trails, Oak
Park, Docks. $70k's-
$300k.
1877)266-7376
www.coooerspoini c
on-i.
NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAIN LAKE
LOTS Deep water
lockable lors from
$134 900. New
Propene Iilow
Available! i-IClake-
front corn Really
1800)659-6017 or
18281228-6199
www.nclaketronr co
nM.
NORTH GA & West-
ern IJC- HEAD FOR
THE MOUN.JTAIIHSI
Call Mary Hedden,
REMAX Mfi Con-
nection See hun-
dreds of listings at
www lakechaluae-
property.com; e-
mail: sold mary-
heddenr com

TN - LAKESIDE
MIOUNITAI I ACRE-
AGE Sitluaed
around a 36 0010
acre lake in eastern
TI! 1 2 c10 5 acre
building sites Irom
Lre 40s Planned
community, ameni-
ties & direct lake ac-
cess Owner
86 1292 - 579.


560
Land

WATERFRONT:
BARGAINS!
Lake Access from
$202imonth!' Direct
LaKefront starting at
$99.900! ONE DAY
ONLY LAND SALE'
SATURDAY.
MARCH 25. 2006
Just 20 minutes
from Augusta, GA
Excellent financing
available Call today
for an early appoint-
menli 18881 LAKE-
SALE x 1030
'Based on purchase
price of $39.900 w,
10'- down. fixed
rare of 6 75' lor 5
yrs. 15-year term
*.balloon payment
due atl he end of 5
yrs. Terms and rares-
subject to change
without noiice. Void
where prohibited by
law.





704
Livestock

PUREBRED TEXAS
LONGHORN bull
calves Call 623-
6820.

706
Livestock Supplies

FOR SALE
Horse Trailer, 2-
horse, bumper po)ol,
new ires. new pamin,
new wocd. $121'00


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


708
Pets

GERMAN SHEP-
HERD Excellent
coat, 13 months old
all vaccinations.
obedience trained.
$200 w.accessories
Call 292-8765

KITTENS, ADORA-
BLE & playful Free
to loving home
Liller box ir-iried
Call '994-7733

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

712
Lost & Found
PETS


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

LOST 2 Mate long
hair Chrihuahuas 1
light browrii & 1 dark:
brown. both wearing
red bandarias Last
seen on Hwy 8711
near Tomrn Thumb.
Please return family
pels Reward it
found. 983-7965


712
Lost & Found
PETS

LOST 9 month old
white & black medi-
um hair dog looks
like SprngerSpaniel.
Lost in vicinity of
Stewan Si Reward
otter. 626 - 6444 or
516 -5445
LOST BEAGLES in
East Milton area.
Right after Dennis
near the end ol July
1 male. 1 female
Please call witri any
information 626-
2428 or 516-7983.

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






806
Appliances

FOR SALE
gas driver $75. Call:
626-4266

808
Arts & Crafts

L.E. RICH

812
Farm Equipment

4004 FORD Tractor
$5 000 00. 6610)
Ford Tractor
$6.(100 00 anarid other
equipment Call Roy
ai 623-6046.

814
Furniture

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

816
Jewelry
FOR SALE 2 Dia-
mond rings 1 Din-
ner & 1 Baguerte 1
Karal plus each.
Must seel 994-5546

818
Lawn Equipment

FOR SALE or Trade
2 push lype lawn
mowers both i $30
Both in need of re-
pair i Need used
onel Call 994-5546

FOR SALE- Murray
12.5 r.p . 38 in cut
riding lawnmower
w dump cart , New,
less Ihan 20 nours
running time $700.
9 83-2779

824
Office Equipment

FOR SALE
Large blonde oak
computer desk. 3ft
wide 5tt high stand-
ard height $500 or
best ofler. C.all 994-
1 396.


826
Sporting Goods

HUNT ELK, Red
Stag, Buffalo, White-
tail, Boar Season
August 25, 2006-
March 31, 2007.
Boar all Year. Guar-
anteed license
$5.00, we have a
no-game-no-pay
policy book now.
Days 13141209-
9800: Evenings
13141293-0610.


SANTA ROSA Gun
& Knite Show. San-
la Rosa Co. Audito-
rium, Old Bagdad
Hwy., Milton. April
22-23 2006 9a.m.-
5p rn Buy, Sell,
Trade Admission
Adults $4. 12 & un-
der Free Call Billy
Rogers ,_9 850-957-
4952 lor more info
or for Tables $35
t2-daysl For e.r,
I. xi s r -a , .. i:.:...- i-... c
,',r ld y,. . ur,. - Allo.w d ,
gun: ,I iurl -. I .Ij ,.per, A



830
Miscellaneous
For Sale

BUILDING SALE!
'Go Direct Savei'
20x26 Now $5100
25x30 $6800. 301x40


$10,600.
$16,600
range aI
models
range ot
models
cessorles


40x:<60
Extensive
sizes and
Exlensive
sizes and
Doors ac-
optional.


Pioneer 18001 668-
5422

BUILDING SALE!
Roci,. Borium FPrices'
20x30 Now $4100
25x40 $6200
30x5C0 $9.800
40x80 $18,400
Extensive range of
sizes and models
Ends, accessories
optional
Pioneer 18001668-5422
BUILDING SALE!
Beal Next Increasec
20x26 Now $4200
25x30 $5800
30x40 $9200
40x60 $14 900
Extensive range of
sizes and models.
Front end optional
Pioneer
1800i 668-5422
DEMO HOMESITES
WANTED NOW!
For the IEW Kayak
Pool' The On-
Ground Pool with
In-ground Features'
Unique Opportunity.
SAVE $$ Call
1866 1 348-7560
FREE ESTIMATES
Financing
FOR SALE
Litt Chair excellent
condition. Forrest
Green $250. Sota
table with glass lop
$25 Call: 994-3249

FRESH FLORIDA
PRODUCE
now at Pea RidJge
Flea Market' Open
Wed-Sun 8 30 am-
3-30 pm Call: 390-
5872 or 791-0059
for more into
Tomaices,sirawber-
ries, squash, etc.


830
Miscellaneous
. For Sale
GUN SAFE
4 x 6 good condition
$600 Call: 983-6672
HANDICAPPED
PORTABLE shower
unit w'pump. hosing
& shower chain
Never been used.
$3,000
Call: 623-3519
HUNT DEER,
TURKEY & OUAIL
Semi-guided hunis
5 days Room inclu.d-
ed Book 5.hunts.
gel 1 FREE. Oklaho-
ma bordering Kan-
sas 1 tract along
the Cimarron River
Approx 6,000 acres
Call Sid al
Wooltolk Ranch
(580) 334-8294
METAL ROOFING
Save $$$ Buy Jirecl
tronm manulaciurer.
20 colors in stock
with all accessories.
Ouick turn around'
Delivery available
Toll Free 1888) 393-
0335
NEW STANDING
framre tor handicap-
ped person $2001
Call: 623-3519





We Deliver & Install
Centipede
St. Augustine
Bermuda
Bailed Pine Straw

Call ui firit, Sae Time
Cali u iI1 n, Save Money
Htiy. 87 So. M.itlon

626-8578

STEEL BUILDING
SOLUTIONS. Mkan-
utaciurer Direci!'
Priced io sell - Built
to10 Last. Featuring
clear span design
Extensive range c-1
sizes and models.
Pioneer 8001668-
5422.

TWO 8 foot round
permacast columns
6 inch diameters
w caps & bases
Call- 623-3519
WOLFF TANNING
BEDS Bu, Direci
and Save' Full Bo:dy
units trom $22 a
month! FREE Color
Catalog CALL TO-
DAYi 800-842-1305
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Centipede-
Sc. Augustine
Farm Direct
W'e Deliver *
434-0066

832
Miscellaneous
Wanted

GLASS CRAFTER
needs erripi,/ glaI .
4,oflt drin. boille.S.
I all kind. i 0Ir
rncressrinly collec-
lors editirion Will
pick up 983-6042.

PAY CASH for lonrk
cars or trucks. Run-
ning or inol. Call
983-95'7


832
Miscellaneous
Wanted


WANTED TO BUY:
Lincoln Wheat Cents
and Old Coins
Single coins, accu-
mulations, entire col-
lections Liilleion
Coin Company,
Since 1945 Call
18001 581-2646
e-mail coinbuv s- i-
iletoncoin corn
r.rinion code
B8K720

WANTED TO Buy
.lorganr Silver Dol-
lars and Old US
Coin Single coins
accumulaiions, en-
lire collections. Lil-
ileion Coin Compa-
ny Since 1945 Call
1800i561 2646. e-
rrmail coinbuy lille-
ioriccon comr. Men-
iton code B8K9201
WE BUY HOUSES'
Sell vcours quick and
eas',. Fast Cash.
Fast Closing. Any
Situation OK.
www buVrrymman-
*iori corn, 8771239-
9-61

834
Lost & Found
MERCHANDISE

FOUND
Boating & Fishing
equiprmenrit tle be-
hind al brea launcri
a l bridge b'/ the Ri-
erAvalk Please call
963-824'3 1, iderntlr.


LOST CITIZEN'S
Echo Watch al
Davoid's Cai Fisri
Hciuse crn Triursday
1222. Please
conlac ar 3
4',4-1292 Reward
is offered





904
Cars

1987 F250 Heap big
engine hlis of pho-
nies NJew Edelbrock
carburetor drink.
plenty tire waier
Hlew brakes shoes
make-urn slop plenr
I,' a l G.ood irar.-
mision make-um go
good $2000 Call
i850) 981-4934
1999
VOLKSWAGON
GLS Black allov
wheels, AC front &
side air bags, 6 disc
CD player power
windows & door
locks, security sys-
lem. 56.500 OBO
Call. 626-4239
2003 HONDA
ACCORD
RED 2DR, leather,
GD player all power
63.000 $ 17,900
GCAil Williamr at 8'.0-
5-29-7351
FOR SALE
'98 Lincoln Towrncar
Orne owner, well
maintained.
78 500 mile) .
21-2-4 nIpg
I.UST SEE Ii

Call t3d'5o -23-9942


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 batlery to
go with ii.
Call William 850-
529-7351.
VLX BLAZER
BASS BOAT 17 6 rt
I.lerc XR-4 150HP
SS prop i4.000
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
5sr Wheel RV
Still under warranty'
Save thousands!
$25,000 new
Sell tor $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,Good conai-
tionnew hires
157,000 miles
$3 100 OBO
Call- 995-4278

FOR SALE
2004 Asiro Van, V-
6. 3-sealer, AM FM
CD with MP3. Rear
air running boards
lowing pkg. 14.388
miles $15 500 lirm
Call- 994-5506

922
Other

1973 CHEVROLET
BUS
$1 000 Call
572-6500


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