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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
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Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Creation Date: April 12, 2006
Publication Date: 1984-
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eSanta Dosa's Press


INSIDE


The Santa Rosa County Fair for
2006is history. The event ended
with big rodeo action. As in the
past, the bulls once again domi-
nated the cowboyw.
See SPORTS, Page I B.


NEWS


BRIEFS

Railroad Museum
sets Open House
The W\est Florida Railroad
Museum Spring Open House &
Swap Meet gets under\vay
Saturday from 9 to 4 p.m
The e'ent will be held at
the lustonc 1909 Louisville &
Nashville Depot in Milton.
I.SRC 191 North [Henr. St.] 3.5
nmiles north of Bagdad 1
Tt T nhmuseLini has ' intage.
passenger and freight cars. a
w\aiing room and freight area
with historic memorabilia, and
a gift shop.
HO and G-Scale (Gardenii
model layouts %will operate
throughout the day. There's
even a chance CSX N ill pro\ ide
the 'real thing' as several trains
normal\ pass the depot on a
dailv basis.
Admission is free.
Organizers suggest you bring a
table and barter your -no longer
needed' rolling stock, track, and
train-related items.
Hamburgers. hot dogs.
chips arnd sodas \will be taail-
able for a nominal fee. Offiuals
sa\ it's an "educational and fun
da\ for the \.hole faill\.'
For further information.
call M85hi 587-2361 or iS50(i
623- 3-45 Fri./Sat. i.

Discounted trees
offered to public
Santa Ro-a's Green Up
" plant nurser-, is offering 10 per-
cent off irces. starting next
".week. The sale stars Fnda\.
SApril 1-4. Local artist Jun and
H-lelen Berr, will also be on
hand on Saturda\, from 10 a.nm
to 2.
The artists t ill meet ,%ith
customers and display some of
their v.nrk.
Stock includes ornamerntal
tree- like K'tanza. %w keeping and
.Yoshino clierre. Bradford and
Cleveland Pears. loquat. and
crepe rmyrtle.
For more information, con-
tact Green Up at 623-1430.


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Gazette is
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using envi-


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In for a penny?


County eyeing Sept. 5 as date for referendum on one-cent sales tax


By JIM FLETCHER
Pris Ga mt. 'Ami. 'u PutiIlih,
If Santa Rosa Counts
Commissioners continue 'on
their current tack, area citizens
will-on Sept. 5-decide �
whether or not the\ \ ant a 10-
year one-cent hike in the cur-
rent sales ta\ rate. The monies


would be used to ease many of
the county's road woes.
Meeting as a Cominutee of
the Whole Monday. leaders
decided Sept. 5 was thdie best
time to hold such a referendum.
"'I would be in favor of the
Sept. 5 Primary election." noted
Commission Chair Bob Cole.
"We could certainly do it during


the November general election
and I don't think two months,
would make a difference, but if
we wait until No ember. the
issue could be clouded by all
the state constitutional matters
that will be on the ballot."
Commissioner John
Broxson agreed. "I feel strong-
1 it should be on the Sept. 5


ballot," he noted. "'Escambia
County just experimented w ith
this t~pe of election. It v.as a
single-issue ballot ttherei and a
surprising number of people
turned out.
"In November. \ou have die
state-w\ide elections and refer-
enda. My understanding is that
ani local question would follow


those on the ballot. There is a
lot of drop off as \ou approach
the end of a long ballot That's
often not true during the pri-
manr election.'
Santa Rosa Counti leaders
are wrestling with almost a bil-
Slion dollars worth of road needs
and \er\ little money \v.ith
See TAX. Page 5.4.



Industrial

Park set

to expand

J Two firms already
interested in site.

B3 JIM FLETCHER
Pt' jic (l t iew Ais wml i Pbtihl iit
With 160 new acres in
Santa Rosa's Industrial Park-
and at least two prospects ready
to make use of that land-Santa
Rosa CountN leaders are scram-
bling to get that property
"usable" as quickly as possible.
Nlonday. commissioners
met to outline a timetable for
installing infrastructure to the
160 acres-located just north of
..the East Milton Recreation
Field and immediatel.adjace.nt
to the existing industrial park.
Santa Rosa County
Attorney Tom Dannheisser told
leaders he felt confident the
property could close within 30
days.
--"Once we close," says
Santa Rosa Counts
Commissioner Don Salter. "we
need to put the infrastructure in
as quickly as possible."
Among the infrastructure
needs: a roadway to service the
area and a rail spur to provide
CSX access to the property .
Initial schedules call for the
road to be in place within 18
months of closing and the rail
spur to be read .ix n months
after that.
MNonda%, Salter asked his
fellow leaders to sign off on the
schedule u which. Salter said.
would allow the two prospects
eyeing die land to begin making
firm commitments and plans.
Comnijssioner John
Bro\son said he wanted to see
plans showing exactly where
the proposed roadway would go
before he \\as willing to sign
off on the infrastructure time-
line
Cotinty t,taffers said such
plans already exist and would
make them available to
Broxson prior to Thursday's
regular meeting.
At that gathering. leaders
are expected to formally\ sign
off on the proposed schedule.
Stoiy written by Jimn
Fletchet: Reach him at:
.fetchu'er @sr-pF. c.iin


Bus union officials say strike now unlikely


By DEBORAH NELSON
Pict G(i .c-li St. i i't ' i'
Sainta Rosa school bus drli -
ers hope to avoid a strike, say
officials, as union and Laidlaw
transportation company repre-
sentatives finish up contract
negotiations, tonight.
"We're, going in v. itlthe
attitude that we're going to try
to ratify a contract," says
Amalgamated Transportation
Union 1395 President Mike
Lowery.
Drivers are currently work-
ing without a contract. The last
version expired in August, and
drivers and company officials


have beeii unable to 'come to
agreement on new terms.
, Health insurance has been
major point of contention.
. The previous contract stipu-
lated drivers have the option to
buy health policies, but cover-
age was dropped last year. \
* At that time, Laidlaw offi-
cials said they could not locate
an insurance provider to cover
drivers, due to the job's part
time status.
But Union officials have
since found a carrier to provide
health insurance, says Lowery.
He says he expects health
insurance to be a part of the


new contract.
"I don't think they're going
to argue much, because it was
in the contract," says Lowery. "I
feel confident that with the


work we've done, we're going
to come away with insurance."
Drivers are also negotiating
a salary increase.
Currently, drivers make


$9.13 per hour.
"Now we have to come up
with a number that will be a
decent wage increase," says
Lowery.


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April 12, 2006


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J.R. ARTHUR-with the McGuire's Bagpipe
Band was one of many on hand for this past
10-year-old Summer Turner tosses the caper while her dad looks on from the weekend's Scottish Festival at the Pace
background. The caper toss was just one of many events in the Scottish Festival Presbyterian Church.
and Highland Games-held this past weekend at the Pace Presbyterian Church Photo by Jeff Everts
on Woodbine Road.
Press Gazette photo by Jeff Everts,

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Any celebration of
heritage would be
incomplete with-
I ,, out a look at
dance. These
I youngsters took to
the stage to offer
demonstration
oo Scottish dance.
Press Gazette
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March 23 to month ??.
2006
Broxson, Jr.. Calvin
Parker; Male; 30: 6446
Arlingwood Dr.. Milton. FL;
Sex Offender Violations-Fail to
Report Vacating Permanent
Residence. 3/23/06
Buckhalter. George
Everett; Male: 43: 8002
Armstrong Rd., Milton, FL:
Larc-Grand Theft $5.000 or
More Less Than $10,000.
Probation Violauon-FelonN.
3/23/06
Cash. Mario Antonio:
Male; 20; 5295 Osceola Rd.,
Milton, FL: Probation
Violation-Felony. 3/23/06
Garrett. Frances Rena:
Female: 45: 4959 Trailer Park
Ct.. Milton. FL: Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense.
3/23/06
Goodyear. Timothy Lee:
Male: 46; 6111 Carroll Rd,
Milton, FL: Out of State
Fugitive From Justice. 3/23/06
Brown. Brandon Keith:
Male: 35: 6436 H\y. 90 Apt.
46. Milton. FL: Larc-Over
$300 Under $5,000. Dealing in
Stolen Property. 3/23/06
Davis. Johnny Lee: Male:
51: 208 Grace St.. lMilton. FL:
Possess Cocaine. Narcotic
Equip-Possess And Or Use.
3/26/06
Drew. Duane Phillip:
Male: 46: 1411 Hickory St..
Milton. FL: Possess Cocaine.
3/26/06
Hinesly. Tyron Wilson:
Male: 44: 204 Green Drive.
Mary Esther. FL: Probation
Violation-Felony. 3/25/06
.Iorden JIr.. Howard
Adams: Male: 45: 2774 Noani
Jordan Rd.. Navarre. FL:
Aggrav Batters -Cause Bodily
Harm or Disabilit\. 3/26/06
Mashburn. Ke.in Lee
Daniel: Male: 21: no address
given: Aggra\ Batteri-
Offender Kne\\/Should Have
Known Vict Pregnant. 3/25/06
Monroe. Joseph Francis;
Male: 34; 526 T ndale Pk\, a\.
Panama City, FL; Probation
Violation-FelonN. 3/26/06
Von Bohlen. Alaric
Joseph: Male: 20: 2151
Panhandle Trail. Navarre, FL;
Kidnap Minor-Interfere with


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Custody. 3/25/06
West. Tina Larae: Female:
35: 8031 Whitmire Dr..
Pensacola. FL: Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense.
3/26/06
Ellis. William Alvin: Male:
51: 9857 HighwaN 87. Milton.
FL: DUL 3/25/06
Gagne. Robert J; Male: 39;
7162 East Gate Rd.. Milton.
FL: Drive While License
Suspended Habitual Offender.
3/23/06
Lee. Dozier Eugene: Male:
46: 250 "I" Street, Pensacola.
FL: Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 3/24/06
McKain. Phillip
Christopher: Male: 29: 25231
Pompumo Drive. Elberta. AL.
Possess Cocaine. Drugs-
Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription. Narcotic Equip-
Possess And Or Use. 3/24/06
Robertson. Victoria
Rebecca: Female; 34: 4033
Brittany Lane. Pace. FL: Dn\e
Whule Lic Suspended Habitual
Offender.. 3/24/06
Williams. Larry T\rone:
Male: 41: 5578 Osceola St..
Milton, FL: Probation
Violation-Felon.. 3/24/06
Ochoa. Baldomero Mora:
Male: 25: 7467 Harvest Village
Ct.. Na.arre. FL: DUI Alcohol
or Drugs. 3/25/06
Wyall. Chester Franklin:
Male: 42: 63 Car\er.
Pensacola. FL: Drive While
Lic Susp Habitual Offender.
3/26/06
Webb, Patrick Michael:
Male: 21: 8217 Lyric St..
Pensacola. FL: DUI. 3/26/06
.Baugh. Patrick Glen:
Male: 26: 4405 Laborde Ln.
Pensacola. FL: Probation
Violation-Felony. 3/27/06
Belisle Sr.. TimmN Lee
Roger: Male: 36: 2968
Crittenden Drive. Navarre. FL;
Failure to Appear for Felony
Offense. 3/27/06
Croom. Heath De wa ne:
Male: 23: -4436 Nora A\e.,
Pace. FL; Probation Violation-
Felony. Possess Cocaine.
Nlarijuana-Possess Not More
Than 20 Grams. Narcotic
Equip-Possess And Or Use.
3/27/06
Garcia. Donna Marie:
Female: 45; Magnolia Manor
Trailer Park, Gulf Breeze, FL:
Larc-Theft is $300 or More
But Less Than $5,000. 3/27/06
McCann. Terry Lee: Male:
29: 1160 Conference Rd.
Cantonment. FL; Drive While
Lic Susp Ist Offense. Drugs-
Possess New\ Legend Drug
W/O Prescription 12 cts.i.
Resist Officer-Obstruct By'
Disguised Person, Drugs-
Possess Cntrl Sub \\/0
Prescription (2 cts. i. Ev idence-
Destroying Tamper with or
Fabricate Ph\sical. 3/27/06
Powers. Joseph Walter:
Male: 30: 4126 Ashland A\e..
Pensacola, FL: Vehicular


Theft-Grand 3rd Degree.
3/27/06
Skinner, Larsen. Leisa
Gay: Female; 43; 4725 La
Casa Cir. Pace. FL: Drite
While Lic Suspended Ist
offense. Drugs-Possess Cntrl
Sub \'/O Prescription. 3/26/06
Simmons. Steve Alexis:
Male: 35: 6520 Renee Circle.
Milton. FL: Marijuana-Possess
Marijuana O\er 20 Grams,
Narcotic Equip-Possess And
Or Use. 3/27/06
O ens Bobby Lee: Male:
31: 1998 Justice Cr.. Gulf
Breeze. FL: Crim Mischief-
Under $200. Burglary of
Dwelling Unarmed No Assh or
Batter. Larc Over $300 Under
$5.000. 3/27/06
DreIw. Praphai Luck:
Female: 59: 8450 Sevilla St..
Navarre. FL: Aggrav Assli
W/Deadly Weapon \VW/O Intent
to Kill (domestic, violence.
3/28/06
Morton. Maurice NMN;
Male: 53: 5552 Hearn St..
Milton, FL: Cocaine Possess
W/Int Sell Etc \I1 1,000 sqft
Worship/Busn Sch 11. Narcotic
Equip-Possess And or Use.
3/28/0)6
Slephan. Antoinette
Dolores: Female: 42: 10174
Munson Hwy. Milton. Fl:
Larc-Petit 1' Off. Fraud-
Illegal Use Credit Cards-Use
More 2 Times 6 Mos Obt Gds
Money $100 or More. Forgery
of Alter Public Record
Certificate Etc. 3/28/06
Sullivan. Sean Patrick:
Male: 18; 3300 Rooseselt.
Pensacola. FL: Asslt Intent
Threat to do Violence. Damage
Prop-Crim Mischief Over $200
Linder $1.000, Burgl With
Assit or Battery. 3/28/06
Holland. Linda Lamarcia:
Female: 34: 4041 Sheridan Dr..
Pace. FL: Public Order
Crimes - Rac k steering
Violation. 3/28/06
Richardson. Carey
Denise; Female: 36: 1210
Grant A\e.. Mobile. AL: Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But Less
Than $5.000.
Peterson. Nicholia
LaBrooke: Male: 22: 5261
CrNstal Creek Dr., Pensacola,
FL: DULI. 3/28/06
Slephan. Antoinette
Dolores: Female: 42: 10174
MNunson H%, y.. Milton. FL:
DULI. DUI and Damage
Property. 3/28/06
Benros. Michael Ferro:
Male: 27:; 1708 Village Pk-\,,.
Gulf Breeze, FL: DUI. 3/28/06
Briggs., Jacob Edward:
Male: 27: 225 Brent Lane.
Pensacola. FL: Vehicular
Theft-Grand 3rd Degree.
3/29/06
Hill. Thomas Joe: Male:
54: 4633 Gunter Rd., Milton,
.FL: Aggrav AssIt W\/Intent to
Commit a Felony. Aggra\
Batter\ Person Uses a Deadly


Weapon domestic \iolence.i.
Damage Prop-Criminal Misch
$200 and Under. 3/30/06
Naramore. Fred Lee:
Male: 47; no address gi\en:
Sex Offender Violations-Fail to;
Report Name or Residence.
Change. 3/29!06
Gooden. Freeman: Male;
58: 6477 Colonial Dr.. Milton,
FL: Possess Cocaine. Narcotic.
Equip-Possess And or Use.
Stolen Prop-Dealing in Stolen'
Property. 3/30/06 -
McCray. Joann Edwards:'
Female: 35: 4724 Gurnsey Rd'-
Pace. FL; Forgery-Obtain
Controlled Substance By.
3/30/06
Moore. Symanthia Maria,.
Female: 41: 5867 B\rom St.,,
Milton. FL: Probatior~
Violation-Felony. 3/29/06
Bonds. Joshu4-
Christopher: Male; 25: 5489'
Windham Rd. Milton, FL;.
Aggrav Assit W/Deadlv'
Weapon W/O Intent to KilJU:
Battery-Touch or Strike. 4/2/06,
Brownlow. Mark Allen'
Male: 31: 4900 Communitt ,
Circle, Milton. FL; Vehicula,,
Theft-Grand 3rd Degree. Larc.,
Petit 1s' Offense. 4/2/06 "
Cook. Ted Cla\: Male: 23:,
8278 Mercado St.. Navarre.'
FL: Failure to Appear fob
Felony Offense 12 cts.I.
3/31/06
Couie. Shane Lee: Male,;
28: 1655 Pauline. Beaumont::
TX: Drues-Possess Cnrrl Sub;
\\/O Prescription. lanjuana'
Possess Not More Than 20-
Grams, Narcotic Equip;f
Possess And Or Use. Narcotic.
Equip-Possess Manufacture'
Deliver. 3/31/06
Dezman. Katherine Mae.,
Female: 41; Santa Rosa'
County Jail: Aggrav Assllt
W/Deadl. Weapon W/O Intenti
to Kill. Batter\ Touch or"
Strike. Possess Cocaine:,
Nlarijuana Possess Not More,
Than 20 Grams. Narcotic'
Equip-Possess And or Use,i
4/2/06
Diamond. Tasha Nicole;;
Female: 18: 12576 Chumuckila
H w\.. Jay, FL: Vehicular Theft.'
Grand 3rd Delree. 4i/106 "'
Perry. Aintyvane Mario;k
Male: 26; 1300 N H Street,.
Pensacola. FL: Marijuana-'
Possess Oxer 20 Grams.
4/2/06
Simmons. Malchom.
Bernard: Male. 50: 7808'
Marlette Dr.. Milton. FL: Le%\d
Lasc\ Beha ior-Victim 12'
YOA Up To 16 YOA Offender
18 YOA Older 12 cts.I 3/31/06
Strangeland. Marina'
Bree: Female: 23: 6115 N.:
Davis H\,3.. Pensacola, FL:;
Probation Violation-Felon\.,
3/31/06
Timmons. Paul Anthonri
Male: 24: 5596 Lotery St.
Milton. FL: Probation
Violation-Felon\. Resist �
Officer Flee Attempt to Elude
Law Enforcement. Drive While
Lic Susp Habitual Offender"
Resist Officer-Obstruct W/O
Violence, Narcotic Equip'"
Possess And Or Use. 4/1/06
Uribe. Christina: Female:
23: 6618 Applegate St.'.
Milton, FL: Batter\-2nd or
Subsequent Offense. 4/1/06
Womack. Ton) Darnell';
Male; 21; 2605 P Street.,
Pensacola, FL; Resist Officer-
Flee Attempt to Elude La\'
Enforcement. 4/2/06 ,

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Local


Navarre Beach to be


By JIM FLETCHER
Oiess Gau e ue.Assstant Publisher
Despite setbacks from
issues like sea turtles. officials
with Coastal Tech sa\ Navarre
Beach's sand restoration project


should be complete b\ nud-
July.
Coastal Tech officials are
working to install more than 3.5
million cubic yards of sand
onto 21.648 feet of Na\arre


Beach.
Work -was halted brief
week when, as part o
dredging, a sea turtle %was
En% tronmental rules call
halt \when a turtle is taken


ready by

The more than $17 million
ly last project is being paid for from
if the mixed sources.. The state of
taken. Florida is kicking in the lion's
for a share: S10.858,903 (62.3%- i.
i. Another $6.562,256 is coming
from leaseholders along
Naarre Beach.
Santa Rosa will use tax dol-
lars to pay for restoration of
beaches along county parks at a
cost of $121,069.
A group of about 679 lease-
holders % ill each pay about
$1,200 for their share, another
group of 260 (along the western
Gulf-fronti %vill pay $663 each
and all non Gulf-front residents
(a group of 1.083 residents) will
each pay $53.75.
Some will pay more. For
example, the Holiday Inn prop-
erty will pay more than $93.000


July 15

for its portion of the beach
renourishment.
Monday. Michael Walther.
representing Coastal Tech, told
counrN leaders "Navarre Beach
is in need of a lot of sand.
\Ve'e had some difficult\ with
turtles and the like. but should
be complete by July 15."
Officials say the sand end-
ing up on Navarre Beach is
proving to be of a "very good
quality."
The replacement of sand
along Navarre Beach became
necessary after the hurricanes
of recent \ears washed away
much of what had pre iously
been in place.

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A committee is


needed for action
The generosity of Santa Rosa County's elected
officials to give $15.000 of our tax dollars to help
our neighbors in Escambia County build an "axia-
tion park" in Pensacola raises some questions
about what criteria is used to meet the request of so
many.
Numerous groups and non-profit organizations
seeking financial assistance for an array of "worth-
while" projects are constantly approaching our
countN government.
Naturally. if money for donations is available.
we \would expect Santa Rosa County projects to be
a priority. An example would be the City of Milton
trying to build a skate park at the city's
Community Center for area youth.
This particular local project had been previ-
ously rejected by county commissioners and, in its
ow% n way. serves an important need for our youth.
While the aviation park for young people in
Pensacola has merit, which supporters say gener-
ates interest from children in a nation, it isn't local
and series a specific interest group.
Proponents claim that because \we sit in the
"Cradle of A nation." this project also serves the
south of Santa Rosa County and may be a sumu-
lant to lead them to pursue a career in aviation.
The announcement that our elected officials
agreed to support the aviation park may haxe been
\iewed negatively by those seeking a skateboard
park-and for good reason.
As most of us know. Milton has been experi-
encing a growing problem with young skateboard-
ers. This popular recreation is being blamed for
damage to public property.
And there is certainly a safety issue that city.
officials feel could lead to serious injury.
While creating city laws forbidding skate-
boarding on public property is one wayv of control-
ling the problem, citr leaders believe creating a
designated place for such activity is necessary if
xwe really want youngsters to stop using public
facilities.
We beltee that more local \outh % ill use the
skateboarding park than the a' iation park in
Pensacola.
The nov-sensitive issue has gained the atten-
tion of at least tiwo of our county commissioners.
Both Commission Chair Bob Cole and
Commissioner Don Salter say they will pledge
$20.000 each from their respective recreation
funds-pending formal approval by the full board.
We are sure city leaders are pleased with this
commitment and feel this form of youth recreation
deserves such a public facility.
Conunissioners man. hate learned something
from all this. With all the requests for financial aid
the county recenies. it might be ad\isable that a
special review\ commintee be established. Within
this cornminee. there could be a set of specific
guidelines that each group or organization must
meet before ever making it to the full commission
to be considered for free tax dollars.
And. %we feel. this comnuttee and re\ iewx board
would take a considerable about of heat off elect-
ed officials when approached for public funds.
Such a committee could make the "hard choic-
es" long before a group is allowed to show\ up
before the commission i\ ith a sad look and a hat in
its hand.
It seems like a good idea to us.

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I THE SANTA ROSA PRESS GAZETTE


EDITORIAL & OPINIONS


- 1


The oil is on Capital Hill...


FM: DONALD KAUL
Dear Editor:
I always thought the best job in the world was
being Dick Cheney's mea culpa coach. The pay
wouldn't be much but. in terms of not having much to
do. it ranks up there %with being a Christmas shopper
for Osama bin Ladin. *
But I have discovered an even better job. easier
and a lot more lucrative. Next time around, I %want to
be an oil company executive.
They "e made it so easy for oil executives to make
money these days that even George Bush. who was a
failure at it 20 years ago. could make it big noxw. It's
become a vtrtually foolproof, no-nsk enterprise. It's
not merely that the governments will fight a xwar on
your behalf at the drop of an oil rig--goxernments
have alwayNs done that--the. now actually. bribe you
to make money.
That's literally true. I found out about it in a "Ne\w
York Times" story last \week.
It seems that Congress. with the aid and support
of the president, is giv ing oil companies tax incentives
to drill for oil in the Gulf of Mexico. And "incentives"
is a polite way to put it. It's more of a giveaway of tax-
payer-owned nghts to offshore oil.
I know what you're going to say: Why in the
world, with oil at $50-$60 a barrel. would you ha\ e to
gixe oil companies incenti'ds to drill for it? There's
no good answer to that question. The bad answer is as
follows:
Back in 1995, the outlook wasn't bright for Gulf
oil producers. Crude oil was selling for about $16 a
barrel and small oil companies were flaming out.
Drilling investment was going overseas.
Enter Congress and the Clinton administration
much underappreciated as a willing tool of the ruling
classes). The\ passed a bill that allowed companies to
forego the standard 12 percent government royalty on
oil and natural gas found in the Gulf. It xwas supposed
to be for a limited amount of oil and only if oil \was
going for less than $34 a barrel. Ha!
The story no.w is that some Clintonistas in the
Interior Department "forgot" to include the limits in
some of the oil contracts they \were writing. (I %,onder
how those guys are doing now? Pretty well. I'd bet.)
Which meant that, on those leases, no royalties had to
be paid no matter w hat the price of oil.
Then the Bush administration took over and the
free-oil policy went on steroids. Dick Cheney's secret
task force on energy policy recommended "exploring
opportunities" for royalty reductions.
Then a Louisiana court always a friendly venue
for oil companies removed restrictions on how% much
free oil and gas a company can produce.
Then the Bush Intenor Department, opportunities
explored, expanded the royalty incentive program.
Then Congress passed its famous energy bill that
expanded incentives e\en further. President Bush,
%who earlier had said energy companies didn't need
incentives, signed the bill into lax\.
Now Kerr-McGee, a big Gulf oil producer, is
suine to extend the incentives even further
The upshot of it all is that this serial capitulation
to oil companies is going to cost the American tax-
payer between $7 billion and $28 billion over the next
five years, depending on how the suits go. And where
is the money going? Into the already fat w allets of oil,
producers And w hat are the American people getting?
The shaft.
There's a belated effort to do something about
this. Rep. Edw\ard Markey, a Massachusetts
Democrat. has introduced legislation that would pres-
sure companies to pa. full royalties when energy
prices are high; no matter w hat their leases. It has lit-
tle chance of passing.
As Gall Norton, Mr. Bush's former Interior
Secretary and chief wilderness exterminator, said:
"These are binding con-
tracts that the government
'signed with companies. I
don't think we can change
them just because we X -T
don't l ike them.' SA , D 1 " .
Good point. Gail. Ms. '. G I TLoDAYe
Norton recently left gov- A T TEW END OF...
ernment to pursue other
career options. Wanna bet
she winds up as an energy
company executive?
I envy her.

Giving senior
citizens the shaft
FM: GREG
TARPINIAN
Dear Editor:


Employers have escalated their attempt to aban-
don pension plans. Although freezing pension contri-
butions was once a tactic used primarily by compa-
nies w ith falling profits, this strategy is now pursued
by highly profitable companies to cut costs and raise
earnings.
The latest blow came from IBM, which
announced that it will freeze its pension plan. It now%
joins Venzon. Lockheed Martin, Motorola and other
successful companies that have already frozen their
plans for the existing workforce and terminated them
for new hires. All of these employers announced that
the% would use 401(k.) plans as a substitute for pen-
sion benefits.
More workers %will now join the ranks of the
impoverished retirees who must rely on minimal
Social Security benefits. The Bush administration and
employers are pushing 4011ki plans as an alternative
to pensions and attempting to convince American
%workers that 4011iks are an adequate substitute. It's a
lie, and they know it.
Employers faxor 401(k)s because they cost them
ohly as much as they choose to spend. They are under
no legal obligation to create 401(k)s or contribute to
them. The plans and any employer contributions to
them can be canceled at will.
After 25 years of experience %with 401(k)s. we
know that they cannot fill the pension void for a num-
ber of reasons:
*401tk) plans have been available for more than
two decades and cost employers almost nothing.
*Less than half of all employers offer a 401(k),
according to the latest data from the Bureau of Labor
Statistics: even when employers offer a 401(k). only
78 percent of the workers participate in them.
Contributing to a 401(k. takes money directly out of
a paycheck that is already stretched too thin for many
%workers. With pay levels now well below a living
%\age for many workers and real wages falling, put-
ting money into a 401(k) account is not feasible.
*The great majority of workers who do have
access to a 401(ki plan and contribute to it cannot
contribute enough to secure even the most meager
retirement. One in four workers who participate in a
401iki have less than $5.000 in their account. accord-
ing to Hewitn Associates. The average combined
401(k.i and IRA savings for Americans in their 40s
and 50s is only $37,000. far short of what is required
in retirement.
*Even %%hen employers offer a 401(k) plan and
make a voluntary matching contribution, many work-
ers cannot contribute enough to get the full match.
One in five workers does not contribute enough to
receive any employer contribution, and another fifth
do not contribute enough to get the full match,
according to Hewin.
*Workers do not have the time or information
necessary to manage their funds and maximize earn-
ings. Consistent with past years, the majority of
employees did not attempt to rebalance or reallocate
their 401iki portfolios in 2004. Only one in six (16.7
percent actually made a transfer within their 401i.ki
account in 2004.
Employers and the Bush administration are well
aware that 401i k)s cannot substitute for pension plans
in providing a secure retirement. Hew it's study of
more than 220 large U.S. companies reveals that only
6 percent are confident their employees \\ill take
accountability for their own, retirement future this
year, down from 12 percent in 2005.
To encourage workers to enroll in 401(k)s. many
employers already use automatic enrollment and
man\ more plan to add this feature. Automatic enroll-
ment does nothing, how ever, to ensure adequate sav-
ings for retirement.
The move to .401(k)s will simply leave more
retirees with only Social Security benefits.


APRIL 12, 2006


Your


You Spoke Out,

Santa Rosa...
Saturday. 8:53 p.m.
This is Jim. As usual, they are
behind on road projects. But there
are a lot of cars that travel through'
Milton at six in the morning.,
hope they will adjust the times
that they stop traffic during the
Highway 90 fix to allow for this.

Saturday. 9:51 a.m.
This is Thomas. I was won!
during what was happening td
these helping hands missions!
People donate stuff, but *then
when you go in to get something.
you almost have to take out a load
to afford it. I was just wondering
what xwas going on.

Thursday. 4:21 p.m.
Please help me educate the
public. Cigarette litter is made of
plastic fibers, is not bio-degrad-
able, has toxins in it and is poi-
sornng the environment. Thank
you.

Thursday, 3:37 p.m.
My name is William. If the
commissioners and elected 'offi'-
cials have money to give to othel
counties, then we dori'i need a
new tax in this county.

Thursday, 12:43 p.m.
I wanted to comment on thk
development along the,
Blackxwater River. I think it ,would
be a shame for developers to go in
there, take down ,all those old
trees and build. I think we have
enough old buildings that could
be torn down to make room for
.new condos. Please don't let them
do that just to let someone go in
there and make another dollar.
Just as someone said in the Speak
Out column last week. we are not
a large metropolitan area. We
don't need this development.

Thursday., 11: 14 a.m.
We sure seem divided on the
idea of condos on the Black-water.
Personally. I can't think of a bet-
ter use for the land across from
the courthouse. It's just a bunch
of old buildings right noxw. No one
is talking about cutting down
trees or taking away wildlife.
they're talking about replacing
those ugly old buildings on the
water with nexw attractive ones.
That seems like a good idea and it
then means people w ill be living
there. That will lead to stores and
other things in the area. Sounds
like a win/win situation to me. '.


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yhich to address those prob-
s.
SIn an attempt to make
%owth pay for some of the
�oblems it causes, commis-
sioners have already initiated
impact fees. The charge is
designed to calculate a .home's
effect on county infrastructure
and attempts to make each new
home pay a fair share of the
costs it will generate.
But. commissioners are
quick to note those fees alone
are not nearly enough to meet
all of Santa Rosa's transporta-
tion problems. And. they say. a
sales tax is the single best way
to spread the costs around so
that everyone pays something
without having to increase
property taxes.
The proposed 10-year tax
\would be used solely for those
road needs.
Broxson raised some eye-
brows Monday w hen he sug-
gested the tax should be for 20
sears rather than 10.
"I'd like us to explore going
20 years. We could have $133
million more to operate and
build roads.
"Our challenge is to be \erN
frank w ith people and let them
know that while one-cent is a
wonderful thing, it will by no
means meet all of their needs.
But w ith 20 years, e could go
into a bond issue. stretch the
payments out over a longer
period of ume and it %would gii\e
us almost a half billion dollars
up front.
"Our total needs are in the
one-billion dollar range. I don't
think anyone sees more mones
available from any other source.
I think this %would give us more
money to fix more roads, help
more people and. thereby,. get
more people %willing to work for
it"
W\\ile other leaders agreed
it would be cheaper, in the long
run, to be able to fund all need-
ed projects at once-paying for
them at today 's costs rather
than the inflated co.-t s of future
years-Broxson's comrades
fell short of agreeing to his pro-


posal.
"Part of our job." noted
Cole. "is to listen to the people.
While 20 Nears would make a
very big difference in \what we
could do. most of the people
lIe talked to have said they
think 10 years is a good starting
point."
"I'm not going to be here in
20 years. I'm not real sure I'll
be here in eight." injected
Commissioner Tom Stewart.
"But at least by initiating a 10-
Near one-cent tax. we will have
done %what we can. We've also
begun impact fees. I simply
suggest a 10-year tax with
100% of the funds going to


B. DEBORXH NELSON
Press Gazetic Staift 'riter
A program to re italize
Bagdad and guide its future
commurmty development is
mo ing forward %with plans for
specific improvements-but
organizers sa\ they hope to see
more public participation as the
project advances.
The Bagdad Waterfronts
Project. part of a larger state
program, is designed to giude
the area's development %without
destroying its unique character.
"This could be a powerful
voice for Bagdad," sa s
Waterfronts Director Josh
Wilks.
Wilks says new participants
are always welcome.
"It needs to be a citizen-;
based organization," he
observes.
Participants are %working on
a three-year program to develop
a master plan for the area.
Committees have formed
around key issues: preser\ ing
public waterfront access, haz-
ard mitigation, environmental
and cultural resource protection
and economic revitalization.
Those conmnuitees met last
weelk ,to go over the status of
current program efforts.


roads. A future group of com-
nussioners can always look at
the needs further down the
road. I will have no parn of a 20-
year tax."
Commissioner Don Salter
also turned thumbs-down on a
two-decade tax. "Ten years is
enough." he said. "If the people
pass this tax and we then use
the money as we ha'e prom-
ised. it will create trust. Then.
years doNn the road. if more
dollars are needed for roads. 'we
could always ask the people for
an extension. But %we need to
build trust ith the people
frst."
One thing all fite leaders


Saturda.. May 6, Bagdad's
annual Market Da\ is sched-
uled. with various items and
food for sale.
Santa Rosa's' Arts and
Culture Foundation is planning
a walking tour style Gallery
Nights art exhibition for June
10, along Bagdad's main road-
\ayv zone.
As for future development,
Waterfronts organizers have a
full slate of ideas.
Committee suggestions
include finding %ways to encour-
age low-parking-impact busi-
ness. shops and restaurants.
Improve ing roadw\a\ ' and
public safety . say officials, is
key to Bagdad's future as a
comimuniu.
Calling current speeding
issues "intolerable." committee
officials vowed to solve
Bagdad's traffic issues, and
make the area more "walkable'"
for pedestrians and shoppers.
Group members hope to
improve area traffic through
"calming" methods, possibly
including speed bumps.
Other suggested improe-
ments include underground
utilities, sidewalks, better road-
way.s and other infrasu-ucture.
and area beautification efforts.
NelIson@isr-pg.coin


agreed on: waiting is v wrong.
"Procrastinating... putting
your head in the sand." noted
Salter, "is the most expensive
thing you can do. It always
costs more to do something in
the future. Do nothing. Then
look in five years and see what
it will cost to do the work that,
today, costs one billion dollars.
You'll see how doing nothing
gets expensive fast."
Commissioners are expect-
ed to finalize the wording of the
proposed ballot issue Thursday.
At that time, they are also
expected to formally settle on
the Sept. 5 vote.
If those actions happen
Thursday. the next step ,would
be a public hearing to establish
the ordinance creating the bal-
lot quesdon.
Stoy-v it ir'en by Jinm
Fletcher. Reach him at.:
fliecher @ s r-pg.comn


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
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By JEFF EVERTS
Press GazenE Saff l'riter
A service for homeless
families in the area. khich had
hoped to be up and running
after Hurricane Ivan. is novw
about to open its doors.
Family Promise of Santa
Rosa County \'ill hold a ribbon
cutting ceremony for its new
facility on Alice Street in
Milton on May 7.
According to Facilities
Director Debbie Laird. the get-
ung-the-doors-open work the
group was forced to do because
of hurricane damage has been
Like starting over.
"We were ready to start
hosting homeless families
before the hurricanes, but 'we
have had to take care of the
damages caused by the storms:"
Laird says.
Laird states Family
Promise is notw ready to begin
screemnng families to place into
the program and \\ill begin
housing and pro' iding services
to them on May 8.
"\\'e are not contacting
churches agaih to start the rota-
tion of housing families "we
need to place:' Laird says.
"Our hospitality network of
churches is no\\ to the point of
functioning."
Laird says the group cur-
rently has about 15 churches
that have signed up and are
willing to play host to a family.
but. Laird adds. they are look-
ing for more.
S"We will house five fami-
lies at a time at our local volun-
teer churches." states Laird.
"Each church will take one
family and provide them with
housing and food for a mini-
mum of 30 days."
The staff of Family
Promise. made up mostly of
local volunteers, has recently
undergone the training needed
to work with homeless families.
Laird says the training will
now focus on the staff at each of
the volunteer churches to pre-
pare them for hosting families.
Not all of the local church-


es and groups that ha'e volun-
teered to assist Famrrly Pronuse
' ill house families, but instead
offer other tipes of support
according to Laird.
"WeVe will have some groups
\% ho '\%ill be support
groups...offering things like
donations of supplies or volun-
teers to %work at our office or the
host churches:" Laird say s.
According to Laud. groups
or churches who have signed on
to help her organization will
generally fall into four cate-
gories.
Those include churches
with a living atmosphere that
will play host to the families.
support groups who 'ill pro-
\ide volunteerss to the host
churches. those ',ho provide
financial or volunteer support at
the day center, or those w.ho
wish to pray for the ministry.
"-We also want to reach out
to those people that want to
help. but either don't know' how'
or don't feel their help %would
make j difference," states
Laird.
The need for housing assis-
tance for the homeless has
increased dramatically in Santa
Rosa in the last three \ears.
"-The number of indi\ iduals
%%ho are homeless in our county
has gone from 891 in 2003 to
over 7.000 in 2005 because of
the hurricanes " Laird says.
"That includes those ha% ing
to live with relatives or those
\ ho ha'\e to move from place to
place."
Laird points out that anoth-
er problem with finding suitable
housing is the cost.
"In Florida last year. some-
one had to 'ork 102 hours just
to afford a two bedroom apart-
ment.," Laird added.
"That is why our mission
\ ill be to help low income fam-
ilies achieve and maintain
financial independence."
Family Promise's goal w' ith
families w',ill be to pro\ ide shel-
ter in a homelike atmosphere,
the care and concern the fami-
lies '\ill need. assistance with
financial planning, and voca-


Mentoring group needs you


By JEFF EVERTS
Press Gazette Staff Writer
The 'Excalibur Mentoring,
Program is looking for a few
good fien...and women.
Program Director Marcel
Tucker says the group will be
holding a meeting this Saturday
beginning at 3 p.m. at the
Milton Community Center
located at 5629 Byrom Street.
They hope to attract both
men and womenn over the age of
19 who would be willing to
mentor children who might find
themselves "heading down the


wrong path."
The youth, who range in
age from 8-17. come in part
from the juvenile court system
in Santa Rosa County.
Tucker says the group also
hopes to establish a literacy\
program to help in improving
the educational opportunities
available for the youth.
Anyone wishing more
information on the mentoring
program or the meeting may
contact Marcel Tucker at 207-
0664.
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tonal traming...if needed.
The group will also pro\ ide
transportation bet" een is Alice'
Street office and the church
hosting the fanuly.
They \%ill also provide the
transportation to get children to
and from school and parents to
%work or job inter lews
The host church x ill pro--
vide a suitable living area 'with-
bathroom facilities as well as
three meals per da\ for the fam-
ily.
"\\e \v ill also be connecting
the families with any other
social ser ices the\ w ill need."
added Laird.
One other \'ayi Family,
Pronuse 'will assist clients is b\
placing an\ income earned
while in the program into a fund
to help in paying off outstand-'
ing bills or to place a deposit on
a home.
Latrd says Famnil\ Promise
is also planning to launch two
other programs to assist area
families.
The first %\ill be a mentor-
ing program aimed at helping
families before they become'
homeless by teaching them.
financial planning and budget-.
ing.
The second program \ ill be
one called '"Just Neighbors'
'which hopes to increase com-
miunity awareness about the,
homeless by speaking Lto local
groups and organizations.
"We also hope to launch a
conununit initiative to find out
\\hat is unique in our area and
'what is causing homelessness.",
says Laird.
"\\e already know that one
of the main problems we ha'e
to overcome is the lack of
affordable housing in Santa
Rosa County."
Laird is not sure how many
potential families her organiza-
tion might be dealing with in
the future.
"I have no idea how many
families are out there, but
someone comes by our office
ever\ day." Laird states.
"Typically. other branches
of our organization around the
country sta, full and have a
aidingg list.
According to Laird, anyone
meeting Family Promise's cri-
teria dill be helped on a first
come/first served basis to help
in getting their lies back in
order.
"\Ve \ill not take anyone
\we consider to be dangerous
and %we %ill do a background
-check for things like substance
abuse or \ violence " sa\ s Laird.
"If die\ don't 'meet our cri-
teria, we twill try our best to for-
'\ ard them to an agency that can
help them."
You can get more inuforma-
tion about Famil\ Promise by
going to it's ". ebsie: \ . - \.tam-
iimii'in, ie-,rL ,,r,: or call 623-
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Business Review


Spring and Robert's Pools go together:

Robert has swimming pool installations, accessories, and upkeep immediately available


By OBIE CRAIN
Special Projects Writer

Times were when an in-
ground stiniming pool was
looked upon as a status sym-
bol, outlandish[ expensive.
and affordable only to the
most economicallN affluent.
Although it's true to some
degree that in-ground sw im-
ming pools are still a status
symbol, today they are quick-
ly becoming a home accesso-
rN rather than a luxurN.
There is one thing for
sure, hoteter. According to
Robert Situfh. Jr. there's a
greater demand for in-ground
pools here than eter before,
so much so. in fact that
Robert's Pools, LLC, in Pace
has reduced its focus solely to
the Santa Rosa Counts area.
"As more and more Santa
Rosa Countr families opt to
have an in-ground sinimming
pool installed, a greater
demand for installation con-
struction has come about."
Robert said. "and we hate
decided to direct our attention
to the local county area. serx -
ing the needs of the people
\\ho are our friends and
neighbors." He said that sim-
pl meant his company had
decided to discontinue pool
construction in Escambia
because of the explosive
growth at home.
And although sltimming
pools are most popular during
the April through October
season, the\ need to be main-
tained to some degree on a
sear-round basis. With this in
mind Robert's Pools has
established a retail store
staffed with certified service
technicians to assist its cus-
tomers on a continuing basis.
You see. Robert's Pools
, has only one dedication: in-
ground '.i ;miningi pools. The
company is not only available
to help lou plan for \our
pool, the\ %%ill completely
install it for �ou on a "lock
and key" basis and then fol-
low up with maintenance
services that t ill allo\% the
homeowner to enjo\ the pool
rather than having to %worr\
With its upkeep.
"\\e hate been offering
quality, residential construe-
tion of in-ground pools for the
last -24 \ears and hate estab-
lished a netw ork of customers
\ ho look to us for support."
Robert pointed out. "\We
%alue the trust that our cus-
tomers place in us and strive
to maintain a le\el of sert ice
that can make both us and the
customer proud."
Robert's Pools is at family
busine-.s started by Robert
Si\ ufy, Sr. back in 1l04. and
for the first 11 years the busi-
ness \was effectitelh run from
ia home base. But as sons
Robert, Jr. and R\an grew
into a position of reliable
assistance. the\ became asso-
ciates in the trade. and a retail
store '..a, established at -4351
woodbine e Road, just a hop,
,skip, and jump north of the
Highway 90 intersection in
Pace.
Today ) Robert, Sr. has
shifted much of the business
Responsibility to his two sons.
Ryan is basically in charge of
the construction services, and
Robert, Jr. takes care of the
retailing activities. "It's a
good arrangement, and it


seems to tt ork well," Robert,
Jr. said.
The tIto sons were "raised
up" in the pool business, and
it's practically the only thing
they hate enter done, emplo. -
ment w ise. A otoung 30 and
30-something. RNan and
Robert, Jr. respectively
learned the business from the
ground up participating in "on
the job training." and Robert.
Sr. is comfortable with letting
them "run the show" not\ as
he eases off the pedal.
Robert's Pools takes its
responsibilities seriously. At a
total cost of between $20.000
and $75.000, Roberts Pools
can install a pool to your
specifications in seven days
from start to finish. a "lock
and ke\" job that \\ill make
eten the most discriminating
happ>.
"We don't subcontract
any of our work." Robert said.
"We're very involved in what
% e do. and it takes experience
and expertise to get the job
done just right. We don't put
that responsibility off on
someone else's shoulders. In
order to rest assured that the
%work is done properly and to
uphold the reputation that
wte'\e de eloped over the
\ears. we simply have to do
the work ourselves."
Ow ning and using an in-
ground swimming pool is not
a light responsibility, either,
Robert points out. There are
considerable expenses in the
form of chemicals and power
and certain investments of
sheer time and energy
intolted in the maintenance
of a pool over the summer
months.
That's where Robert's
Pools fits into the equation.
Delegating the maintenance
of the pool to them frees the
homeowner from compulsory
time needed to take care of it.
And if the w ater quality is not
monitored and the periphery
sern ices are not addressed
properly . the pool will neter
be a source of pride and recre-
ation that it wtas originally
destined to be.
"It is our goal to be the
pool owner's one stop sit m-
ming pool center," Robert
said. "We help ) ou plan for it,
ve build it. and then we main-
tain it through quality moni-
torinn. In other words tie are


able to take care of all the
pools twe build."
Robert estimates that
Robert's Pools builds approx-
imnately 50 to 70 pools a year,
or "one or rwo" a week, he
said. "We also build screen
enclosures, furnish liner
replacements, and generally
take care of all maintenance
chores, including water test-
ing. and so forth."
Robert's Pools features
the Polaris filtering sN stem
that's the top of the line in
pool maintenance. The retail
store can furnish chemicals.
equipment, supplies, and
enclosures in addition to
offering free computer %water
analysis.
Customers t ill also find
au\iliarn accessories like arm
floats, water games, water
lounges, thermometers, pool
nets and other tools, and pool
alarm systems for pool safety.
The company is licensed
and insured, and financing is
available for qualified cus-
tomers with approved credit.
Gile Robert's Pools a call
at 994-1000 if Nou have a
question about any of heir
products or services. Or if you
prefer, go bN and talk w ith
one of the certified service
technicians that are on duty at
the retail store on Woodbine
Road. Store hours are 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m. wteekday s and 9 a.m.
until 2 p.m. on Saturdays.
Those whomrn ou will
most likely meet at the store
are Robert. Jr. and his staff of
certified service technicians
including Ryan Hampton.
Lance Bird. and Jeff Russell.
Raan and construction
associate Kris Sowlers and
Robert. Sr. do most of their
work in the field.
When planning an in-
ground pool or just thinking
about th(lie possibilities.


CERTIFIED SERVICE TECHNICIANS AT YOUR SERVICE-You're the most important person when you
visit Robert's Pools just a hop, skip, and jump north of the Highway 90 intersection at 4351 Woodbine
Road. There you will meet, left to right, Lance Bird, Jeff Russell, Ryan Hampton, and Robert Siyufy, Jr.,
all certified service technicians who can talk to you authoritatively about your pool needs. And they
don't charge you for the smiles (Photo by Obie Crain.)


Robert's Po6ls is the business
that should be kept in mind. It
is also interesting to note the
increase in property talue that
an in-ground pool %%ill bring.
Estimates are that such an
addition %till swell the real
property values as much as a
quarter to a third.
Once you've done busi-
ness %with Robert's Pools, Nou
hate established a valuable
connection. It's t here you'll
find a group of "pool boys"
that not only know their pool
business, they'll be happy to
take care of yours!


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NOTICE OF INTENT TO CONSIDER A CHANGE OF

LAND USE, MAP, AND TEXT AMENDMENTS TO

THE SANTA ROSA COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN

The Board of County Commissioners will conduct a public hearing to consider future land use map and text amendments to the Santa Rosa County Comprehensive Plan for adoption and submittal to the Department ofJ
Community Affairs as the first of two (I of 2) amendment packages allowed by Florida Statutes in Calendar lear 2006 (06-1) as follows:
Thursday .April 27., 2006 at 6:00 p.rt.

The meeting will be held at the Santa Rosa Counts Administrative Center in the Board Meeting Room, 6495 Caroline Street, Milton. Florida. A.tthe public hearing, the Board of County Commissioners shall consider
adoption of two (2) ordinances entitled as follows:
Ordinance No. I:
AN ORDINANCE REL4 TING TO S.A'TA ROSA COUN-
T}, FLORIDA: AMENDING ORDINANCE 2003-25: .AMENDING
THE FUTURE LAND USE MAP OF THE SANTA ROSA COUNTY
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN: CHANGING THE LAND USE CLAS-
SIFICATIONS AND ADDING THE ROSEMARY SOUND
FUTURE LAND USE MAP Ot'ERLAY' AS DEPICTED IN THE
ATTACHED MAPS: AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
Ordinance No. 2:
AN ORDINANCE RELAY TING TO SANTA ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA: AMENDING ORDI-
NANCE 2003-25; AMENDING THE FUTURE LAND USE ELEMENT OF THE S.ANT4 ROSA
COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN;: AMENDING POLICY 3.1.A.8, AMENDING THE MAX.-
MUM ALLOWABLE DENSiIT WITHIN THE N4VA.ARRE BEACH AIEDIAUM-HIGH DENSITY
RESIDENTIAL CATEGORY FROM TUELIE D tELLING, UNITS PER ACRE OF LAND TO
FOUR UNITS PER ORIGINAL PLATTED LOT, ADDING .A POLICY ESTABLISHING THE
ROSEMARY SOUND OV'ERLAY AND ALLOWING FOR BLENDING OF RESIDENTIAL DENSI-
TIES THEREIN; AMENDING POLICY 3.1.A.413, LIMITING THE MAlI.\'AUM ALLOWABLE
DWELLING UNITS FOR TI'O ADDED PARCELS; PROVIDING FOR SEVER.ABILITY-
PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION; .AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.



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Industrial and Single Family Residential to Agriculture to Single Family Residential. Agriculture to Single Family Residential and
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Future Land Use Designation Antended: from Funire Land L'se Designation .Amended: from Single Family Future Land Use Designation Amended: from
Agriculture to Single Family Residential. Residential to Medium Density Residential (within the bound- Single Family Residential to Medium Density
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FiFuture Land Use Desinaon AmendtUsed: from siFuture Land Use Desi tise Designaion Afroed: from
Single Family Residential to commercial. Agriculture to Single Family Residential andedi Densi
Conservation/Recreation.

The proposed ordinances and maps may be inspected by the public prior to the above scheduled meetings at the Santa Rosa County Planning Department, 6051 Old Bagdad Highway, Milton, Florida. Interested parties
may appear at the meetings and be heard with respect to this proposed ordinance. All interested parties should take notice that if they decide to appeal any decision made 4y the Santa Rosa County Board of County
Commissioners with respect to any matter coming before said Board at said meeting, it is their individual responsibility to insure that a record of proceedings they are appealing exists and for such purpose they will
need to insure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record shall include the testimony and the evidence upon which their appeal is to be based.

Santa Rosa County adheres to the Americans with Disabilities Act and will make reasonable modifications for access to this meeting upon request. Please call Santa Rosa County Planning, Zoning and Development |
Division at (850) 981-7075 to make a request. For Hearing-Impaired, 1-800-955-8770 (Voice). Requests must be received at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting in order to provide the requested service.
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Learn to read
Northwest Florida
Have you ever considered
What it would be like to be
unable to read? Approximately
one out of every five adults
cannot read well enough to
Function in today's workplace
or take care of everyday
needs! Please consider volun-
teering some time to help
other adults develop their
reading and writing skills.
- Learn To Read of
Northwest Florida is holding a
two-day tutoring workshop on
successive Saturdays. April
'22, & April 29. from 9 a.m. to
4 p.m. at the Town and
Country Plaza Building. to
train volunteers to help other
adults learn to read and w~rite.
Please call 432-4347 for regis-
itration information. Space is
limited.

UWF plans workshop
The Universits of West
Florida Small Business
Development Center (401 E.
Chase Street. Ste. 100.
Pensacola) is holding its
"Marketing Matters for Small
'Business workshop on
:Wednesday evening, April 19


from 6 to 9 p.m. Attendees '% ill
learn practical. cost-effecti.e
strategies for marketing a small
business. The fee for attending
this workshop is $25 for the
public and free for students and
faculty members of the
Unihersitv of West Florida who
present a Nautilus Card. Call to
register at 850/473-7830. To
view the current UWF SBDC
workshops' schedule, please
see %w w'w .sbdc.u\' f.edu.

MSBU meeting
rescheduled
The East Milton Volunteer
Fire Department's monthly
MSBU meeting has been
rescheduled for Monday. April
17 at 7:30 at Station 1.


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 '\inner!
You may purchase a ticket
from an Milton RotarN mem-
ber or by calling Katie Lane at
981-3352 or Jimmie Melvin at


626-2632. All proceeds will go
to charities in our community!
*This is the first fundraiser for
the newl\l formed club.

PJC
courses available
The following courses are
for April 2006. For information
and registration, please call
484-1374. Fax No. is 850/595-
8485.
Access, Level 1 (8 hrs.)
from 8 a.m. till 12 noon on
Monday & Wednesday. April
17 & 19. Cost: $79.
MS Word. Level II 18 hrs..)
from 8 a.m. till 4 p.m. on
Friday. April 21, 2006. Cost:
$79.
Marketing Your Website
(3 hrs.) from 1 p.m. until 3 p.m.
on Wednesday. April 19, 2006.
Cost: $35.
Coaching for Success (4
hrs.) from 1 p.m. until 5 p.m.
on Wednesday. April 19. 2006.
Cost: $79.
OSHA 30-Hour General
Industry i32.5 hrs.) from 8
a.m. until 4 p.m on Monday
through Friday3 starting April
17. 2006. Cost: $600.
OSHA 30-Hour
Construction Industry 132.5


hrs I from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m.
on Monday through Friday.
starting April 24. 2006. Cost:
$600.


Ask

Ole' Chief
Just got this info about the
Veteran's Healthcare System in
Biloxi. MS.
Seems an expansion began
in March for the Emergency
Room and the Outpatient
Pharmacy. Follows'ing is some
information regarding the con-
struction. w which ma\ be helpful.
18 months Is the approxi-
mate construction time for this
project.
During this construction
phase. veterans and employees
will enter Building 3 through
the entrance next to the ER.
There \ ill be a drop off point
adjacent to this entrance.
Additional parking will be
available north of the Helipad.
adjacent to Building 17. The
patient shuttle \will be available
from all parking areas.
Yes. there %%ill be a little
inconvenience, but this expan-
sion will help improve sen ices


services. Official information
about DEERS can be found on
the Tricare %ebsite at \\\' .tri-
care.osd.nul.


for our veterans .
On a separate note. some-,
one asked %what is DEERS?
DEERS (Defense
Enrollment Eligibility
'Reporting System iIs a comput-
enzed database listing military
beneficiaries and the services
for which each indi' dual is eli-
gible.
DEERS is used to confirm
eligibility for pri ileges such as
theater, commissarN and the
exchange: medical care and
pharmacy and Tricare benefits
This database includes acutie-
duit members, uniformed
retirees, eligible sur\i' ors of
deceased acute-dut. and retired
members, their eligible familI
members and a fe%% others.
DEERS' primary function is
to confirm eligibility for variouss




Free computerized list
of available properties
in your specific price
range and area.

1-800-823-4890 or
wvvw.panhandlehouses.corn
ID # 5040
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Obituaie


'Lay, Bliss Eugene
1936-2006
Bliss Eugene Lay. age 69 of
IMilton. Florida passed a%%ayN
Tuesday., April 4. 2006 at Santa
Rosa Hospital.
He was a lifelong resident
,of Milton and U.S. Arm\
Korean War elteran. He spent
many years as a voluntary fire-
man %with the Milton Fire
Department and later in life
became the Fire Chief. He
assisted in all aspects of ser\ -
ing the community. He %\as a
devoted husband and father
and always put his family first.
He worked with the ForestrN
service and for many years as a
Supervisor in industrial con-
struction at the Jay oil fields.
Monsanto, and E\\on. He w\as
an avid hunter and a football
fan. supporting the Milton and
Pace Football teams until he
became unable to do either.
Eugene will be sorely missed
by all \who knew him.
He is preceded in death b\
his father-Bliss G. Lay,
mother-Nora T. La-N. sis-
ters-Sybil Cha\ers and Marn
Farrie.
Mr. Lay is surnied b\ his
\ wife and soul mate of 47
years-Josephine Jo Lay and
Four children-son Rand\
I (Rosemar i La\. three daugh-
rers-Cindy (Bobb i Daw son.
Jeannie (Nlark) Rodriguez.
Kim (Ke\in') Ware. 10 grand-
children-Chrissy Da% son
iJason Mroczko\wski). Lee
Dawson (Manu Zoller),
Brandon Dawson, Brett




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Rodriguez, ShaNn and Ryan
Ware. Brittani and Summer
La\: 3 great-grandchildren-
Trenton Daw% son. Kendall
Spencer. NMapu Zoller: extend-
ed family -Mike, Karen.
Khristina and Josh Burch. 5
brothers-Holly IPat). Jim
IPattie). Bob iCheryli. Ray
(Jer i. Bill (Tina). I Aunt-
Martha Blackmon and numer-
ous nieces, nephews and
cousins.
Funeral services for Mr.
Lay were 1:00 p.m.. Saturday.
April 8. 2006. at First ULnited
Methodist Church in Milton
%with Rev. Gerald Shelton offi-
ciating and Lewis Funeral
Home directing. Burial fol-
lowed in Serenit\ Gardens
Cemetery. Visitation \'as from.
6:00-8:00 p.m.. Friday, April 7.
2006 at Le is Funeral Home-
Milton Chapel.


Bostic, Jrr.,
Lawton W.
Law ton XV. Bostic, Jr.. age
65. of Adkins. TX. passed
away Friday. April 7. 2006. He
is survived by his %wife-Jud\
C. Bostic. of Adkins; sons--
Tony Mlayor of Dallas. TX.
La'w ton W. Bostic. III of
Corpus Christi: daughters-
Michele iDavid Hamilton of
Converse. TX. Bobbie
(GregorN i Ferren of Portland:
3 step-sons: brothers- Henr\
B. Bosiic of Milton. FL. Da\ id
Bostic, and Daniel Bostic. both
of Pace. FL: 7 grandchildren.
Visitation was Tuesday. April
11. 2006 at Schertz Funeral
Home. Funeral sern ices were
12:30 p.m.. Wednesday. April
12. 2106 at The Countr\
Church. 1005 F.M. 78 W..
NManon. TX w nith Pastor Butch
Ikels officiating. Interment is.
to follow\ at Ft. Sam Houston
National Cemeter\. Any one so
desiring may make memorial
donations to The Country,
Church., Arrangements were


made by Schertz Funeral
Home. Schertz. TX.

Densman,
Reina A.


Reina A. Densman. age 84.
passed aw'ay in her home in
Milton on Saturday. April 8.
2006.
She w'as born in Lawrence,
Massachusetts, the daughter of
the late Reinfred and Elizabeth
i Hamilton Gumb. of
Methuen, Massachusetts.
During World War II she
served in the U.S. Navy as a
member of the Waes. She w\as
employed b\ the Santa Rosa
County School Board for 36
\ears, and served as secretary
of the Bagdad Elementary
School. as secretary in the
Count\ Media Center, and
office manager in one of the
financial offices of the School
Board.
For se eral years after she
retired, she was a volunteerr at


Pea Ridge Elementarl School
and in the Santa Rosa
Historical Society Museum.
She was preceded in death
by her brother-Richard
IRubyi Gumb of NC: and
Robert iSand) i Gumb of MA.
She %was once the wife of
the late Roy J. Densman of
Milton.
She is survived by her
daughter-Reina (Deel \on
Axelson. of MNunson; her
son - Ronald iBeck) )
Densman: her sister-Ruth E.
Gumb. with horn she had
lived for the past 25 years:
grandchildren-Cliff Creel of
Munson, Viki (De\waine)
Dillasha%% of Molino. Erica
(Chris) Bradley..of ~lunson.
Beth IDanny) ...urphy of
Milton. Hal (Kerriel Densman
of Milton. and Neil Densman
of Pace: great grandchildren-
Courtney. Colton, Tori. Ryan.
Tanner, Lexie. Mackenzie.
Hayes, and Drake. Other sur-
vivors include cousins and
nieces in Massachusetts. North
Carolina. Florida and Virginia.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Densman were 3 p.m., Sunday.
April 9. 2006. graveside at
Serenity Gardens with Rev.
Alton Ni\on officiating and
Le\w is Funeral Home of Milion
directing.
Memorial contributions
ma\ be made in Mrs.
Densman's name to Covenant
Hospice. 5907 Berrvhill Road.
Milton. FL 32570.


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stands forever. wise designs 0
through all generations.
Psahn 33:11


In Memnoiy of S

Porter

Brewton, Jr.
November 17, 1924-April 6, 1981

TiTwenty- five years has passed since the lord took you home"',
to be with him. God knew we loved yonu ery much. It "
broke our hearts to lose you but vou did not go alone, for %
part of us went with yon. God also knew how much we
, miss you and memories will never fade. ie love you.
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6th Annual Good Friday Gospel Concert at Olivet


On Friday. April 14, 2006.
beginning at 7 p.m.. make plans
to be at Olivet Baptist Church.
5240 Dogwood (89 Bypassi
Milton %when thechurch \will
host The Sixth Annual Good
Friday Gospel Concert. The
Gospel in Song will be present-
ed by the Hendersons of Milton
and Dan Kirkland of Pace.
Both Gospel artists are well
known in this area and bring to
the stage music well known
Gospel songs as well as new\
ones in a quality, first quality
fashion that you %\ill enjoy.
Both the Hendersons and Dan
Kirkland travel extensively pre-
senting Gospel music to many
areas, and are glad to be "at
home' for this concert.
Special Note. The Hendersons


Women's Refresher Conference


All ladies betw-een "teen" age
and "old" age are invited to
Hickory Hammock Baptist
Church on April 28 & 29th for
their annual Women's
Refres"her" Conference. A
Fruitful Woman The guest
speaker will be Dr. Rhonda
Kelley. Rhonda Harrington
Kelle\ is the %wife of Dr. Chuck
Kelley, President of New
Orleans Baptist Theological
Seminars, and a �well-knoawn
speaker, author, and educator.
She currently, serves as
Associate Director of
Inno,.altie E\angelism and


Coordinator of the Women s
Ministry Program at New\
Orleans Baptist Theological
Seminary.
Joining her as Worship Leader
is Mrs. Kathy Lee. Assistant
Director of Admission posi-
tions at churches in Alabama.
Te\as and Louisiana \while her
husband was a pastor and no\w a
seminary professor. For more
information please contact
Hickory Hammock Baptist
Church in Milton at 623-8959.
Deadline for registration is
April 19th.


Bagdad UMC happenings


Special E'ents are planned at
Bardad United Methodist
Church.
Easter Egg Hunt-Saturday.
April 15th at 10 a.m.
Easter Sunnrie Ser, ice, Sunday.
April 16th at 6:30 a.m. %with
breakfast to follow.
Easter Worship service at 11
a.m. same da\.


Senior's Luncheon-Tuesday.
April 18th. 11 a.m. Delicious
lunch \will be served and enter-
tainment protded. No cost for
the luncheon and all seniors are
invited! The church is located at
4540 Forsyth Street in the his-
toric village of Bagdad. More
information? Call church office
- 626-1948.


Egg Hunt at Glad Tidings...
Glad Tidings Assembly of God. Saturday. April 15 from 12
located across from Home noon to 2 p.m. Lunch "ill be
Depot in Pace. w ill be ha\ ing ai provided. The public is invited.
free Easter Egg Hunt on


% ill again this year be a part of
the 7th Annual Gospel Music
Cruise and a newly organized
Smokey Mountains Gospel
Getaway in Gatlinburg, TN.
Contact one of The Hendersons
for more on either of these spe-
cial events. Information on
these events and recorded pro-
jects by both artists will be
available at the concert.
Make your plans no %to be at
Olivet Baptist Church. Friday.
April 14. 7 p.m. for this special
concert. For information call
850/623-2780; 994-0767; 994-
1727. Special thanks to Rev.
Frankie Godsey and the congre-
gation at Olivet Baptist Church
for hosting this special concert.


Dan Kirkland


Easter Celebration


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A communitN--wide
Easter Celebration
%\ill be held Saturday.
April 15 from 11 a.m.
to 2 p.m. at the Pace
Pa ilion & Track.
i next to Pic-N-Save &
across from S.S.
Dixon Primary
School on Hw.. 90 in
Pace . The Easter Egg
Hunt is for all chil-
dren through the 5th
grade. Please bring
\our own baskets.
Bring your law\ n
chairs! There \\ill be
fun games, face paint-
ing. moon walk, bal-
loon. Easter photo
opportunity and
more... Great door


At 6:30 a.m. Sunday morning.
April 16th. there % ill be a com-
munity wide special Easter
Sunrise sen ice do" n at the
Rivermtalk South. It is spon-
sored bN the Central Santa Rosa
Ministerial Association. The


prizes for adults uiPod
Nano and much
more). Lots of fun and
prizes are planned for
the '.',hole family. A
fish fry is planned at
$7 a plate, Hot dog.
$2 "plate & drinks w ill
be available. iDinner
& drink proceeds \will
help send youth to
camp.i This Easter
celebration is spon-
soied b\ the Liting
Truth Church. For
more information
contact Came Holon.
Church secretary at
850983-0516 or
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main speaker \ ill be Reverend
Chip Fox. director of Missions
for the Santa Rosa Baptist
Association. E eryone is init-
ed to come and start their Easter
Sunday with this special morn-
ing service "on the vw.ater."


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"Watch the Lamb" Drama
A drama. "Watch the Lamb." on the corner of Dog%\ood
depicting the Crucifixion of Dri\e iH\\'. 891 and Hamilton
Jesus. \%ill be presented on Bridge Rd. The public is
Easter Sunda\. April --- in ited to come out and
16 at 6 p.m. at Faith - see this dramatic exent.
Baptist Church. -2't-^ ' taken from the pages of
Members of Faith ' , the Bible A nurser\
Baptist Church are '%, \ ill be pro ided for
taking part in the pla children less than 3
Mrs Rebecca Mars is directing \ears of ace. More information.,
this production. call 623-8207.
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"I see and hear so man-N preachers that have become so pos-
sessed %with teaching that God \\ants Christians to be wealth. in
mone\ and material things that I can't help but wonder are they
really tr ing to lead people to Jesus or are they more interested
in increasing their own wealth?" - H.H.E.. - Bagdad
Dear H.H.E., I find no %where in scripture %%here God
declares that he \%ants "all" of His Children - in this world - to
be wealth\ and "health\".
There ARE promises in God's Word that indicate that the
Lord often blesses His Children \ith wealth or e\en "healing"
and health when His children lite by certain Biblical principles.
However. common sense (and God's Word') makes clear that
health and wealth are \er\ relative terms and are practically
indefinable.
Ho\ does one define wealthth\? Usually it means someone
who has more money that YOU do! An average American fam-
il is far "wealthier" than 75c of the rest of the world. What is
"health"'? \We are ALL dying. Eventually. "health" \will run out
for us ALL'
ALL of the disciples of Jesus died poor and marty rs' deaths.
Jesus didn't ha'e a place to "lay his head". He had no home or
fancy wardrobe. Someone else kept his money and he turned
out to be a thief! Nlany of God's dearest children all o'er the
worldd suffer from po\ertr, malnutrition, disease and even star-
,ation.
E\entuall. %e will ha\e the ultimate in health and wealth
when we are w.ith the Lord Jesus. All we are promised in this
life is an opportunity to li\e for Jesus and bring glory to His
Name - regardless of our health or wealth.
In short, the "health and wealth. prosperity" teaching com-
ing out of today's modern televisionn evangelist world" is sim-
pl1 a LIE! \\e need to be like Paul. w\ho said that he had learned
to be content in ALL THINGS - healthy, not healthy. wealthy or
poor He simply \\anted to glorinf Jesus w ith his life. That is the
goal of my life as well. I think that a Christian % ill find their life
to be much happier if li\ed b\ this Biblical truth.
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Keep Pecan Scab
Under Control
Pecan i v.ab can be a grower'\
.,ors nigmimare. It is the most
potenniall' destructive and
e.:cc.numcal. de'.vasuang disease
ir pec.ms. with the potenual to
affect ever beaning irea of 3
pecan tree iflei untreared.
LUnivemvr, .rudies have
Ssho.vni du[ the potenaal tor scab
outbreiks. is greatest . when the
canopy oft pecan crees ha- been
wet for lit to 12 hours. The irst
ipgns of pecin scab can often be
seen on leaves an 'nie following
bud break and can irimun active
through November MeNasurable
Srnhffall is needed for sc ab
dexclopment, although riulaple
mnouritc of trace runfalil as little
as '. ot an utchi duruig periods
of hiah hunudirv lso nmay
* ougiger -cib iicniirv
One ot die nift ~: ecine
rjea-Dnenci tor ;cab aid other
tungal dji-e.e.s in pcc.ua- is
Enable' 2F fungicide
Ei,.ible pro,-d,&:
* ['r L-t,...t .uii ,.' idu d it, i',
.gt.iiUln itc ,b hLrietu., inclu.idulg
rmI Fn . p i.t cjb sirrI-iini that
h.i.e 4hov.in reslunrice to
other pr,;dut.-
O Applc muoii annung t?-im bud
break to shuck plj, allov.ing
g"n.:'.e rs : to ceffCi.nel, control
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ind nut scuib during pos'-
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pto:tectrion tromi Ile, t t..b .,n.di up
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.Attorne and Mrs. Curis A Golden of
Milton announce the engagement of their
daughter. Rita Golden. to Da\ id Gunter. a
son of Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Gunter of
Milton The v..eddtng is planned tor Tune
3rd at 1:30 p m ai First Baptist Church in
Milton .Al! friend, and reltaue4 are tinit-
ed.
Ms. Golden is a graduate of Miltonr
High School. Florida State Uinverstty.
and Noa Southeastern Lin,\ersity.
Shepard Broad Lav. Center i' here she
earned a Juris Doctor deeeie She is a lit-


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Literacy Department at Milton High
School. Her father., '. ho , retired. %%as the
State Attorne. for the First Judicial
District of Florida.
The prospective bridegroom is a grad-
uate of Milton High School. Auburn
Liniiersit\. and Tro. UrLiacrsir, skhere he
earned a Master of Science in Human
Resource Management and a MNaster of
Science in Educational Leadership. He is
the Dean of Srudents at Hobbs Middle
School in Nltdon


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At 6:30 p.m. on Friday e\erning, May House Salon and Day Spa in Pace. David
12. 2006, nuptials %ill be exchanged by, o%%ns Anderson Framing of Milton.
David Moran Anderson and NMegan The bride's attendants are Morgan
Laaren Ports. The joyous e'ent " ill take Stone and Mackenzie Ports. sisters of the
place at Liberry Baptist Church. 6763 bride, Deborah Stone and Jennifer
Margaret St. in Milton. A reception %\ill Bohannon. friends of the bride. The
be held at the Pensacola Yacht Club fol- groomsmen are Ben Trippe. cousin of the
lowing the wedding ceremony. groom, Joshua Capers, brother of the
David is the son of Mr. Robert groom. Joshua Bohannon and Jeremy
Anderson and Mis. Patricia Andrew s. both Moore. friends of the groom. Ushers are
of Milton. Nlegan is the daughter of Pastor James Leonard & Da\ id Stone.
& Mrs. Eddie Ports of Milton. Pastor Daniel Stone, brother-in-lai
The bride is a stilist at the Penton of the bride, % ill officiate the ceremony .


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residents say Enough is enough!
That's %.hat people are say- statement. W\"e ill not tolerate others to wonder whether it
ine about the trash that has been it anymore. When I sa w%%e I am worth it to dump on our count
accumulating in our area for the not only talking about the Santa For those of you that dun
past couple of years. It isn't Rosa Clean Community your household garbage at rec:
uncommon to ride down an\ System. but include the cling centers, take your garbage
road and see trash of some kind Sheriff's Office. the counts to a remote location and dum-
1Iing all along it. \\ell. enough government. the city govern- it. or roll your 'window dosw
is enough. ments. and the judicial branch. and throw things out: \we'i
Beginning on Earth Da.\. Sheriff deputies are no%% in going to. be \watching. In ti
iSaturday. April 221. we're charge of enforcing the litter coming months, the citizen
going to see if everyone is as and dumping problems in the comminuttee on litter and illeg
sick of .the liter. and illegal c'ounis. and Sheriff Wendell dumping will be reconunendir
*dumping problem as \we all Hall has made it quite clear that and implementing program
claim to be. On Earth day, w'e his department \%ill have a \er\ designed to stem the tide. H'
are going to begin fighting low\ tolerance of these acti ities. are currently looking at impli
back. Yes. w\e are asking you to Judge Robert Hilliard has also meeting Trash Troopers.
go out. pick up trash, and make attended meetings and indicated means for citizens to report ill,
the area more beautiful in the that he \\ill not merely gise a gal dumping and littering. W\
process. But, even more impor- slap on the %w rist. but M ill hand are also study ing Keep Amerii
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citizens to help keep our area
clean and beautiful.
All the studies that have
been done regarding littering
and dumping sa\ that only 5 to
W10 of the population does it.
That means that 90 to 95c( of
the population does the right
thing \\ ith their garbage. Now if
%we could only get those folks to
join with us. the problem can be
greatly reduced. It w ill be much
less common to see trash reck-
lessly srres\ed on the side of the
road and garbage dumped in
our beautiful rural areas. To see
our recycling department hase
to only go pick up the centers.
empty them and bring them
back rather than spend 2 to 3
hours at each site cleaning up
other people's mess.
April 22 is the da\ folks!
Meeting spots v ill be all o ner
the county. Get out that day and
make one statement to the peo-
ple trashing our count): enough
is enough.


YARD SALES1


GARAGE SALE
Sat.. April 15!h from
8am - ?, Church St .
Bagdad. Come and
check out the bargins.
GARAGE SALE
Saturday, April 15th
from 8am -12pm.
5029 Whitmever Rd.


GIANT YARD SALE
Antiques & misc.
Wed 04/12 & ever-
day until everything
gone 8am-dark. No
early birds! 8635
Hickory Hammock
Rd., Milton


GARAGE SALE
Thursday, April 13th
thru Saturday, April
15th 5088 Glover
Lane. 7am until '"
1 large yard sale
a little bit of every-
thing. If rain the fol-
lowing weekend.


RUMAGE SALE
Sponsored by the
SFO. April 21st and
22nd at Saint Rose
of Lima Parrish Hall
from 6am until
2:30pm.
YARD SALE
4-Fanmily yard sale
Thursday. April 13th
& Friday. April 14th
From -am unitl 3 pm
Furniture. jewelry,
clothes - large and
small sizes, books,
lois of plants and
antiques.
6620 Cedar Street
A MAN'S SALE
Air compressor, 52"
TV, cabinels, mow-
ers construction
materials, electric &
plumbing, sink., ion
boal etc. .
Friday & Saturday
irom 8am until 1pm
5553 Mulat Rd.


5 FAMILY YARD
SALE
4428 Sleepy Ham-
mock - East Milton
orf ol Hickory Ham-
mock Rd Saturday,
April 15ih from 7am
until ?? Everything
must go!!'
HUGE YARD SALE
Must sell outl!
Couch, Microwave,
fishing needs,
Queen comforters
lile jackets - plants.
Everything $0.50 -
$1.00. 5153 Bent
Tree Rd East Milton
Sat. 7am until '1
HUGE GARAGE
SALE Fri 04/14 &
Sat 04-15 Furniture,
linens clothing ot all
sizes. Too much to
list' 3449 Ashmore
Lane Pace (follow
signs, near 5 PIs)
7am-noon


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The 5Santa Roisa PressGazette


Wednesday April 12, 2006


Pano 19-A


Pace Chamber of Commerce




Chamber Bi Monty tBreakfast


If you missed Marches bi-
monthly breakfast you
missed out on a great
opportunity to network
with your fellow mem-
bers. Although we had to
reschedule the breakfast
from February 21st to
March 7th. we still had a
great turn out. The food as
usual was delicious, and
the servers did an out-
standing job taking care
of every one. Tim cooked
enough to feed a small
army and we all ate well.


A big thanks goes to
Wheat and Rouse, CPA:
Marilyn Alvarez: and Ted
Dotson of Pace Water
Systems for their door
prize contributions. The
program wa; presented
by Wheat and Rouse.
CPA. Mr. Edward Rouse
gave an informative pres-
entation on various ways
of investing. The 50/50
drawing earned $40.00.
Sheriff Hall donated his
winnings back to the
chamber. The Chamber


would like to thank
everyone for coming out
and showing your sup-
port. If you or your busi-
ness would like to partic-
ipate and show your sup-
port by sponsoring the
next breakfast please give
us a call at 994-9633 for
more information. Don't
forget to mark your cal-
endars for The After
Hours Event sponsored
by McKenzie
Automotive on April 6th,
from 5:00 to 7:00 PM.


VOW l:,Oyeaml/


Ernie Parker & staff Farmn including Silver memb
celebrated the 20th Scroll. Legion of and al
anniversary of his Honor and Golden all hi


State Farm Agency in
Pace. Ernie. a State
Farm Select Agent.
has achieved many
awards during his 20
year career with State


Triangle and has quali-
fied for several pro-
duction trips during
that 20 year period.


Ernie.
Chamber


A Pace
Charter


friends
staff
for th
looking
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collmm


er. had Bar-B-Q
1 the fixings for
s customers &
s. Ernie and his
say Thank You
e 20 years and
ig forward to
more in the Pace
unity.


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Gazette


Spotl eight


Wednesday
April 5,2006

Section B


Hawk

Tales

by Kaitl n Pace
Ten year old Kaidy'n Pace is
preparing Hawk. A 24--week
old "Goldador" puppy to be a
giade dog. She's chronicling
Hawk 's progress 0or Sporlight.
Her,. she talks about a recent
trip to the dentist's office,
wither Hawk had a run-in with
Siith ite denilt hair equip-


Whew~ What a relief!
Hawk finally\ got a day off
from Puppy Kindergarten.
Just because he had a day
off. does not mean that his
training stops. He still had a
ver, bus- week. with lots of
good exposures.
Hawk started his week at
the Santa Rosa County Fair.
He %%aited patiently in a
'"do%% n-sta," as we put in our
4-H Club booth. He was pop-
ular with the other young peo-
ple %,ho were also putting in
fair booths.
After that. we helped with
the set-up of the livestock
tent.
While my family and I
helped to put the animals in
the cages. HawNk got to
become . familiar with some
livestock that he has never
seen before.
He sees chickens, goats and
a duck at home on a daily
basis.
SAt the fair. he got to experi-
ence miniature horses.
turkeys. pigs and rabbits. He
e'en got to visit with some
baby chicks that %were the col-
ors of jellybeans! I think the
Easter Bunny must ha\e beat-
en us to the fair!
Hawk got to %isit Dr.
Webster's Office with me
while I had a dental checkup
this week.
He ,waited under the stool
w hlde I had m\ teeth cleaned
b\ Dr. Webster's Dental
Assistant. Peggy Burgess.
Something funny happened
when I %went to the sink to
rinse v. ith fluoride. I put
Hawk in a "dow\n-sta,." by
the chair and I heard a
'rrrrrrhhhhhh" sound.
I looked o% er and the dental
chair \'as going up in the air!
I quickly got him off the but-
ton. as Mrs. Peggy and I had a
.good laugh. Havwk %was a good
bo\ while Dr. Webster
checked m\ teeth.
In the next fe%\ weeks.
Hawvk %ill ha'e to make a \et
% isit to be neutered.
Southeastern Guide Does.
Inc.. does not use the
Goldadors in their breeding
program. but uses purebred
Labradors and Golden
Retrievers to create the
Goldador mux. Spaying and
neutenng helps the dogs to
sta\ focused on their training
and prevents accidental hitters
, ,of pups.
Having dogs spared or
neutered is a cood idea for
most pet owners. There are
too man\ unwanted pets in
shelters that n-a\ ne er ha\e a
lo\ ing home.

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Touring Europe's capitols

Local teen selected for international chorus concert


A Pace High chorus stu-
dent has been selected to repre-
sent her community in a nation-
al touring band and chorus
headed to Europe this summer.
April McCarmey %%ill per-
form % ith The Sound of
America Honor Band and
Chorus iSoA). on this year's
o erseas tour.
An honor student at Pace
High. April currently studies
voice %with Margaret Arnold, in
Milton.
At the end of June, she'll
join students from across the
nation for SoA's European tour.
The band will first meet in


Gettysburg for four days of
intensive rehearsal and orienta-
tion.
After that. April and her
new bandmates depart for
Frankfurt. Germany. and points
beyond, for a 25-day concert
schedule.
The band will present ten
performances in selected con-
cert halls and cathedrals
throughout Europe.
Stops include Germany,
Austria. Switzerland. ItalN.
France and Luxembourg.
SoA. a Pennsylvania non-
profit agency, celebrated its


April McCartney


2006


Santa Rosa Countr Fair Mother of the Year 2006 Adele Velasquez
and daughter. Desiree. pose with Country music artist Daron
Norwood, at the contest's end. Sunday. Desiree's entry essa\
(below\ i captured the crow n and sash for Mom. Organizers say it
%\as selected from hundreds of. entries. Mom's did not get to hear
the entries until the day of the contest. Ms. Velasquez says hearing
the essay (below i \\as the part of the event she \was most looking
forward to. Runners up in a close decision were Gwven Jones.
W illa Foxworth Land and Carol Hiers. "Every Momma here is a
\\inner." NorNwood noted. and serenaded finalists with his original
tune. "Mania Cried."


Yellow
Courtney Rutherford, 10

Yellow is the color of Spongebob. my favorite TV show.
It is the lemon in my ice cold tea.
Yellow is the wonderful sunshine warming my face.
It is my mother's hair. long and beautiful.
Yellow are my sandals with a pretty flower on them.
It is the color of the warm, hot sand at the beach.
Yellow is the color of a pretty sunflower reaching for the sun.
It is the color of a golden ring shining in the sunlight.


Mom of the Year Winning Essay


By DESIREE VELASQUEZ

NIMy mother is employed at
Laidlaw. it is a schoolbus com-
pany.
She assists mentally and
physically challenged kids so
they get to school and home
safel\.
She picked that job so she
can be %with me w',hen I get
home from school, and so she
can take mie to do mni acti ities
Nl\ mom is the only parent
in the house right no%\.
MN Dad lives six hours
a\,ali he is on the John F
Kenned\.
It is hard on m2y mnom
sometimes because we are all


alone, but 1 don't know what I
would do w% without her.
The three reasons \\ h my
mother should be Santa Rosa
Count\ Mother of the Year
[are] she is gi\ ing, special and
lot ing.
First of all. mi mom is
gi'ing.- she \\ill give stuff to
people in need. like when \we
went shopping for food, there
\\as a 'man and his dog on the
side of Nav\ Blvd..
So my mom pulled over
and filled the bags \ith food
for the man and his dog.
All my mom said v.as at
least �\e knowt the\ will have
something to eat.
Nh mom gives me a lot. if


I really\ need it it no matter
% hat the cost.
NbMn. mom is also giving to
the mentally challenged kids'
on her bus.
She gi\es them treats and
gifts all the time, you can tell
they really\ like her.
That's w\hi mn mom is
gi\ ing.
Second of all nim mom is
special., she alwa\ s looks for
the good in people.
And [she's] ali\a\s there
for me. MNI mom is special
because it doesn't matter ho\\
she looks, or ho\ she talks, she
\will al ays be special in m*
ow\n liea t. She does a lot for
other people too. And that
makes her special.
Last. but surely not least
nm mom is losing. m\ mom is
losing because when I'm sick
mn', monim \ ill take care of me.
She \\ill do an. thing to get
me better. At nicht mi mom
%ill come into inm room and
tell me she lo:es me and gives
me a kiss.
I can just look at nm mom
and tell. she lo\es me.
That is %what makes my
mom ont ing.
In conclusion, m2 mom
should be Santa Rosa Count.
Mother of the Year because.
she is giving, special and lo\-
ing.
And she means the world
to me. I don't know what I
"A would do \ without her.


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30th year in 2006, local organ-
izers note.
They add that the band has
received international acclaim
for its efforts to foster cultural
relationships with European
countries.
April participated in the
Santa Rosa All Counts Chorus
for the past three \years with
Florida All State Chorus in
middle and high school.
She also sings with the
adult choir at church.
Last October. she recorded
a CD with the Stave Cooper
Orchestra in Chicago. IL, fami-


1y members note.
April is currently singing
in a South Pacific program that
w ill be performed at the
University of West Flonda.
April's family % ill be
responsible for paying all of the
estimated $4,200 costs associat-
ed i nth the trip.
The McCartne� 's %welcome
any businesses or other parties
\'ho'd like to help sponsor
April's trip.
To help \with costs, mail
donations to 6462 Barnes St.,
Milton. 32570. and notate for
Sound of America.


Sims Riding Club bring home the gold


Sims Middle. School's
ESE Riding Club above and
below i saddled up and put
horses through their paces at
the Leaning Post ranch.
Friday.
Students participated m a
riding show to demonstrate
skills they're learned in a six-
week lesson program.
Teachers sa., the riders-in-
training were a bit nervous at
first, but soon learned to read
and understand their equine
friends" body language.
Shotw classes included
demonstrauon and testing on
grooming, horsemanship, and
equestrian know ledge.
Sims riders showed off
their expertise in catching.
haltering, brushing and riding
their mounts to parents and
v visitors.


Riders and horses then
negotiated a w finding maze.
%wound in and around standing
barrels, and made their horses
walk. stop. and turn, on com-
mand.
They also answered ques-
tions on horse care. safety, and
their mounts...and collected
trophies for the day's perform-
ance.
It's all part of the nonprofit
Panhandle Youth Assistance
Program. Inc.
Leaning Post ranch execu-
tive directors Newman and
Fran Gersin wa ork nith a % ariet\
of special students on equestn-
an therapy projects.
The ranch plans to expand
with new classroom and eques-
trian space in the near future.
thanks to donations from area
benefactors.


Green
Dakota Gregory. 11


Green is leaves on a cotton stem.
It is the grass swaying in the breeze.
Green is a John Deere tractor plowing through the field.
It is a crop of peanuts before getting picked.
Green is paint getting sprayed on a barn.
It is the color of my four-wheeler going through the field.
Green is the color of a large-mouthed bass swimming in the
water.
It is the color of my jacket I wear on winter days.
Green is the tree stand that sways with the trees.
It is a gun that is smooth and heavy.
Green is the color of my hunting dog's collar.
It is a parrot that flies through the trees.
Green is a truck that goes down the highway.
It is a racecar going around the track.


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Second to None!


Levi Strauss brought them Into the world!


Blue "jeans" celebrating their


133rd birthday next month!
May 20, 2006 will mark the After 1900 they were just eration of people grew up
rd anniversary of an historic called overalls, and people this knowledge.
it: the day that Levi Strauss began to wear them like regular Of course, when the pa
Jacob Davis obtained a pants. By the way, if you wanted ran out, dozens of garrr
patent on the process of bib overalls you had to ask for manufacturers began to m
ng rivets in men's work those specifically. Consumers the riveted clothing, but pec
ts for the very first time. In didn't use the word jeans until knew that these were just im
r words, it's the birthday of around 1960. when the baby tions of the original.
value jean. boomer generation adopted that So, the next time you
So how did jeans get invent- name for its favorite pants. someone wearing a pair
Holding a patent on this Levi's jeans, remember
It's really quite a simple process meant that Levi Strauss these pants are a di
y. Levi Strauss was a dry & Co. was the only company descendant of that first
ds merchant, who came to allowed to make riveted clothing made back in 1873.
Francisco in 1853 at the until the patent went into the Remember also that it
of twenty-four to open a public domain. This happened two visionary immigrants - I
t coast branch of his broth- in 1890, which means that from Strauss and Jacob Davis -v
dry goods business. He had 1873 until 1890 the only riveted turned denim, thread, and
it a number of years learn- clothing in the world was made tie metal into the most pop
the trade in New York after by LS&CO., and an entire gen- wearing apparel on earth.
grating there from his native -10.- - . .


with'

tent
ient
ake
ople
iita-'

see
of
that'
rect
pair'

was
Levi
who'
a lit-:
ular


Experience so far has only
documented March and part of
April, so we can't predict what
May will bring. I suppose there
was a lot of wind in March, and
it's still blowing. I'm constantly
picking up blown over chairs on
the patio and other loose
objects being repositioned, so I
know the wind is strong. But I
also know that we're not getting
any April showers, at least so
lar, to amount to anything.
But there are other things
besides the weather this time
of year, so I'll be objective and
give a fair shake to them as
well. Good Friday and Easter
Sunday are on their way, fol-
lowed by an active month of
May. Mother's Day on May 14
: is followed by Armed Forces
Day the following Sunday, May
21, with Memorial Day jusl
eight days later on a Monday.
May is Older Americans
Month, also. And with the
RSVP and Santa Rosa Medical
Center Senior Expo coming up,
there will be plenty of things to
do. The Santa Rosa County
Fair which ended last week
was an overwhelming success,
I understand, and it brought a
lot of relaxation and recreation
to a lot of families and individu-
als.
There are a lot of concerts
and recitals being offered
around Ihe greater "Escambia
Coast Area" that might also be
of interest to a lot of my
"upscale" friends and acquain-
:ances rmol that there's any-
-hing wrong wilh being thal!)
My point ist ththere's some-
thing lor everyone. Go out there
and find something that makes
you happy.
These are all days of emo-
tiornal impact and inspiialion,
and I hope that you have family
and friends to share your cele-
bration of them. All in all, I'll
have to say it's a rather won-
derful time of year. My advice
to my friends is to enjoy the
few weeks we have left before
hurricane season pokes its ugly
head over the horizon in June.
Although the "season" itself
starts June 1, We ordinarily are
not pestered until later on in
the year. But it's never too early
to be conscious of what could
happen.
As ihe season rolls on,
meet it head on. Take charge.
Do something that will bring
some peace.and contentment
or some raucous frivolity to
your life-style. Be brave, but be
healthy and wise, and stay
safe.
I am always happy to get
feebback from PRIME readers.
If you have suggestions or oth-
erwise wish to comment on the
presentation, please feel free to
write: Obie Crain, PRIME, 6629
Elva St. Milton, FL 32570.


THEY'VE ALWAYS HAD RESPECT-The next time you notice
someone wearing a pair of jeans remember that the Jeans are a
direct descendant of the first pair made back In 1873. It was two
visionary Immigrants-Levi Strauss and Jacob Davis-who
turned denim, thread, and a little metal Into the most popular
wearing apparel on earth. And It was Stefany Ralph, Men's
Department Supervisor at J. C. Penney In University Mall, who
gave us a deeper Insight Into how popular this apparel really Is
with all ages. Levi jeans are classic In that they have been
around for a long time, they are a quality product, and they
have an enduring legacy that keeps them "stylish." J. C. Penny
has one of the largest Inventories of Levi-Strauss Jeans any-
where along the Gulf Coast, and we appreciate the courtesy the'
store showed In letting us look and photograph. (Photo by Oble
Craln.)


Growing old gracefully

is only matter of choice


A visit to an assisted living
center gave Helen Sustachek a
glimpse into her future. "There
was my mother in law, weighing
some 90 pounds, still running
around, smiling, taking care of
herself.," Helen says. "But there
was this other woman, much
younger, diabetic, overweight, in
a wheelchair, looking very
unhappy." I asked myself,
"Which one of these do I want to
be as I grow older?"
Helen joined a weight loss
support organization and took
off 101 pounds!
While losing the unwanted
weight was important 'for


A sight that our young peo-
ple will not get a chance to
notice :or one that most have
never seen is Mother's bonnet.
II seems that everyone used
the same pattern. It was made
from scraps that were left over
from other garments they had
made.
The bill was cloth on two
sides with a thin layer of cotton
between. I have never seen
these bonnets in a store for
sale.
The bonnets, like our moth-
ers' aprons, served them in a
number of ways. It kept the sun
out of their faces when they
were working in the fields or
were just outside the house.
They served as an insulator
to keep the sun from being too
hot on their heads as well. But
perhaps one of the most impor-
tant uses we don't think about to
much is that they made great
"tote" bags.
Most times when my mother
would come in from the field in
the evening, she would have a
bonnet full of something.


Helen's physical health, the
social benefits of belonging to a
peer-centered weight loss sup-
port group are also being identi-
fied by psychologists. Along
with proper diet. and adequate
exercise, staying engaged with
others is key to optimal longevi-
ty., according to Jessie C.
Gruman, PhD.
'Gruman is executive direc-
tor of the Center for 'the,
Advancement of Health in
Washington, D.C. Reading
newspapers, books, doing puz-
zles, solving problems, anything
that, challenges us mentally, is
See Gracefully, next page


Sometimes she would pick
blackberries or most often huck-
leberries which would mean we
would have a cobbler in the
making. .
At other times she would'
have the vegetables that we
would have on the table for our
evening meal or dinner the next
day. That bonnet was a very
important thing!
You see, Mother didn't wear
overalls, with about six large
pockets like Day and myself
wore. We just stuffed things into
our many pockets-about like
my wife's purse! It was amazing
what we could get into those
pockets.
Since Mom didn't have the
luxury, she had to have her bon-
net. When she would come into
the house in the evenings, we
kids would rush her to see what
she had in the bonnet.
Today as I look back, I real-
ize just how important that bon-
net was, an item that we just
took for granted back then. I
guess we too often too Mom for
granted as well...


tailor in Reno, Nevada. He reg-
ularly purchased bolts of cloth
from the wholesale house of
Levi Strauss & Co. Among
Jacob's customers was a diffi-
cult man who kept ripping the
pockets of the pants that were
made for him.
Jacob tried to think of a way
to strengthen his trousers, and
one day he hit upon the idea of
putting metal rivets at points of
strain: pocket corners, base of
the button fly, etc. These riveted
pants were an instant hit with
everyone, and Jacob began to
get worried that someone might
steal this great idea. He decid-
ed to take out a patent on the
process, but needed a business
partner to help get the project
rolling. He immediately thought
of Levi Strauss.
He wrote to Levi to suggest
that the two men hold the patent
together. Levi, being an astute
businessman, saw the potential
for this new product, and agreed
to Jacob's proposal. The two
men received patent #139.121
from the U.S. Patent and
Trademark Office on May 20,
1873. '
Soon the first riveted cloth-'
ing was made and sold. (Levi
Strauss officials are not sure of
the exact dale because the
company lost all its historic
records in the 1906 earthquake
and fire.)
Jacob Davis was in charge
of manufacturing once the ,com-
pany. opened its two San
Francisco lactones. The denim
for the riveted work pants came
from the Amoskeag Mill in
Manchester, New Hampshire, a
company known for the quality
of its fabrics. Levi Strauss
made its first leans out ol denim
because denim was the tradi-
lional fabric for men's workwear,
which is what the new riveted
products were.
'Within a very short time, all
types of working men were buy-
ing up the innovative new cloth-
ing, and spreading the word.
"We consider May 20, 1873
the 'birthday' of blue jeans,
because although denim pants
had been around as workwear
for many years, it was the act of
placing rivets in these traditional
pants for the first time that cre-
ated what we now call jeans,"
according to a Levi Strauss
spokesperson.
By the way, "waist overalls"
was the usual name for work
trousers back then, and that's
what these first jeans were
called. This is because the
early pants were designed to lit-
erally be worn "over" street
clothes, kind of like protective
work qear.


'AH, THOSE COPPER RIVETS-Patented on May 20, 1873,;
riveted pants were an Instant hit with everyone!

LEVI STRAUSS & CO.
THE RIVET PATENT, MAY 20, 1873
(From the June 28, 1873 issue of Pacific Rural Press)

"A New Pocket Fastening - Mr. J.W. Davis, formerly of
Reno, Nevada, but now residing in this city [San Francisco] has
just received through the Scientific Press Patent Agency, let-
ters patent for an improvement in fastening the seams of pock-
ets. The improvement consists in the employment of a metal
rivet or eyelet for fastening the seams.
"Simple as this device seems, nevertheless it is quite effec-
tive, and we do not doubt that his manufacture, of overalls
especially, will become quite popular amongst our working
men, as the overalls are made and cut in the style of the best
custom made pants. Nothing looks more slouchy in a workman
than to see his pockets ripped open and hanging down, and no
other part of the clothing is so apt to be torn and ripped as the
pockets. Besides it slouchy appearance, it is inconvenient and
often results in the person losing things from his pockets.
"Levi Strauss & Co. of this city are sole agents for the
new manufacture, and will soon place them in the market in
large quantities, so that our miners, farmers and workingmen
can supply themselves wilh superior overalls."


Loneliness isn't at all good for

your health, blood pressure


Loneliness has now joined
obesity and lack of exercise as
a potential risk factor for hyper-
tension.
New research shows that
loneliness can add 30 points to
a blood pressure reading for
adults over the age of 50
The study's results have
surprised everyone involved.
"The lake-home message is
that feelings ol loneliness are a
health risk, in that the lonelier
you are, the higher your blood
pressure. And we know that
high blood pressure has all,
kinds . of negative conse-
.quences," said lead researcher
Louise Hawkley, a research sci-
entist at the Center for Cognitive
and Social Neuroscience at the
University of Chicago.
Her team published its find-


ings in the April issue of
Psychology and Aging.
Hawkley said this study was
inspired by previous work, pub-
lished in 2002, thal. discovered
profound and lingering effects
of loneliness on the blood pres-
sure of undergraduate college
students.
"We though that ii this was
maintained over time, it's setting
up their systems to develop vas-
cular issues that could lead to
hypertension," she said.
So, in this latest study,
Hawkley's group interviewed
229 people aged 50 to 68 years
of age. They used standard
questionnaires to determine
each participant's perceived
level of loneliness, as well as
other psychosocial and cardio-
See Lonellness, next page


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Legislation in gear to ban ID


Florida Agriculture and
Consumer Services
Commissioner Charles H.
Bronson announced earlier this
month that he is proposing leg-
islation that would outlaw com-
mercial telemarketers from
using new technology that dis-
guises Iheir identity.
The practice - known as "ID
spoofing" - enables telephone
callers to insert any name or
phone number Ihat he or she
wishes to show up on the caller
ID feature of the person being
called. In some cases, it even
allows the caller to change his
or ner voice - for example, from
male to female, or adult to child.
"We can see no legitimate
reason for a telephone sales
person to use such technology,"'
Bronson said. "In fact, the only
conclusion we can draw from a
lelemarketer who would use
ihat kind of device is that the
sales person wants to deceive
consumers for the purpose of
ripping them off."
Numerous websites adver-
tising this service can be found
on Ihe internet, including
www.spoofcom.com.
www.spooftel.com. www.spoof-
card.com, www.tricktel.com.
and www.spooftech.com.
A bill being sponsored by
Senator Evelyn Lynn of Ormond
Beach, would prohibit commer-
cial telemarketers from employ-
ing the practice and would pro-
vide penalties of up to $10,000
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from the dangers of those who
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themselves," Lynn said. "Many
times there are predators who
endanger our lives and often
times our financial security."
Bronson emphasized thai
consumers should be extremely
vigilant when dealing with unso-
licited sales calls and urges
Floridians to carefully safeguard
personal or financial informa-
tion, including one's social secu-
rity number, date of birth, credit
card number, and bank account


number, unless you're certain
about with whom you're deal-
ing.
With thai information, con
artists can run up charges on
unsuspecting people's credit
cards, clean out their bank
accounts, and even assume a
consumer's identity for the pur-
pose of opening up additional
lines of credit.
"ID spoofing is yet another
example ol why consumers
need to exercise caution wilh
their personal or financial infor-


worthwhile.
After a decade filled with
Iwice battling cancer, diabetes.
high cholesterol, even a broken
ankle and lool, Helen was ready
for change. She heard someone
on television talking about
TOPS, a group she had
belonged to once a long time
ago.
"I knew immediately that I
had to return," Helen says. "I
found the nearest club location
on the computer and joined. I
found the support I needed to
continue on the journey."
Today Helen Sustachek is
taking care ol herself. She cred-
its the support of her husband,
son, and chapter with her suc-
cess. "I am so grateful to this
wonderful group," Helen says.
"After so many years of strug-
gling, yo-yoing, and suffering, I
am now free of all, that weight!
My doctor has taken me off the
diabetes medication! What a'


spoofing
nation," Bronson said. "You sim-
ply cannot be too careful."
Bronson urges consumers
to visit the division's website at
www.800helpfla.com or call Is
loll-free hotline - 1-800-HELP
FLA (435-7352) - to get more
information about consumer
protection programs or to lile a
complaint against a business.
Spokesperson Terence
McElroy says Ihe legislation is
"moving right along."' There has
been no negative reaction to the
proposal so far


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Mid April. the returns are filed or, at the very least, the extension
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Wrong! The most effective tax planning takes place now. The Wall
Street Journal printed an article on March 15. 2006 Ihat stated:
"About two in five U.S. adults did nothing this year to minimize their
U.S. income tax liability". ..
Say, what? That means that 40�0 of taxpayers do nothing to
legally reduce their tax liability. The Wall Street Journal article lists
methods to reduce a taxpayer's liability and. believe it or not very few
people bother to10 take advantage of these tax savings.
Remember small steps you lake now save money later when its
time to settle with Uncle Sam.
Contribute .to charities: Money, goods and out of pocket
.expenses you contribute to charities are deductible if you ilemize
your deductions. Keep good track. Make donations by check or cred-
it card. Consider using an envelope system: If you donate by cash,
keep a log or journal of your donations. If you provide out of pocket
expenses for a charity, you may also get a deduction. When yeou
move or clean out your old goods, you:can deduct the fair market
value of those, which you donate. Donations are still available for
cars, though there are some specific restrictive rules, but the bene-i
fits are still there.
Gifts: Gifts given in connection with a business are deductible.
up to $25 per person each year. Keep track.
Purchases: Purchases of business assets may be depreciated
or currently written off, within limits, if they fall under Internal
Revenue Code Section 179. Keep good records of your business
technology and office capital expenses.
Travel: The tax law permits the deduction of business expens-
es. If you go to Las Vegas for a business convention, it is deductible,
the airfare, hotel, and food. If you go to Las Vegas for fun and sun, it
is not deductible. Keep good records, as well as, the registration for
the business meeting.
IRA: An IRA must be funded by April 15. Considerfunding your
2006 IRA now. Put the money in now and lake advantage of a longer
tax deferred growth period. If you are self-employed establish a SEP
(Simple Employee Pension) and begin to contribute,to the plan.
Remember SEP plans must be established by December 31st
although you can delay your contribution until the filing date of your
return.
Sale of stocks: If you sell stock and it is held for more than one
year, you have long-term capital gains with a maximum federal rate
:of 15%. Hold it for less than one year, and it is taxed at the same rate
,'as your W-2 income. Timing is everything or in this case it is 20%.
:-That is the difference between the maximum Federal tax rate of 35%
-,and the maximum capital gains rate of 20%. Viva la Difference as
'the French would say.
All right it is your choice. Are you in the 60% or are you one of
:the 40% of folks who say to me every year "where did you say I was
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able to Florida consumers that
can be requested from each ol
the three major credit reporting
services under the federal Fair
and Accurate Credit
Transactions Act. Once each
year Floridians get to review
their credit reports at no charge
due to this change in the law.
Credit reports contain
numerous lypes ol information -
details about debt such as mort-
gages, consumer loans, credit
cards, ' and bankruptcies.
Requesting a report will give the
consumer the opporlunily to
find any inaccuracies and cor-
recl Inem.
Mortgage lenders and cred-
it card issuers rely on credit
reports to make credit decisions
and to assign interest rates.
Now insurance companies and
potential employers are using
the reports to decide whether to
issue insurance or make job
offers.
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your credit reports on a frequent
basis and address any discrep-
ancies or errors that may exist.
Reviewing and managing your
credit is important lor two rea-
sons.
First, if someone has stolen
your identity you will know
because you will see inquiries
and new debt on the report thai
you didn't initiate.
Second, because many
creditors use credit reports to
rale your credit worthiness and
establish an interest rate, if
yours is correct you may save
money on loans and other types
of credit.
You can get a free credit
report on-line at www.annual-
creditreport.com or you can
download the form to mail in.
Call loll-free 1-877-322-8228 to
obtain free reports by mail
You may .also. purchase
your credit score for a fee of
$6.95 when you request your
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Gulf Power Company officials are cautioning cus-
tomers about unauthorized payment centers where cus-
tomers are told they may pay their power bills.
You may have seen signs around town at different
businesses that say, "Pay your Gulf Power bill here." While
that may seem like a convenient offering, the old adage
'too good to be true" may apply, they say.
Customers are warned to be careful of businesses
advertising themselves as a "payment center or location"
for Gulf Power bills. The only authorized locations to pay
your electricity bill are official Gulf Power offices and
some banks in smaller towns or areas in Northwest
Florida. If you pay your bill at an unauthorized location,
Gulf Power may not receive the payment for days or even
weeks.
When that happens your bill could become delin-
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your electric service being disconnected.
To find an authorized location to pay your bill other
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Loneliness, from previous page


vascular risk factors.
The researchers found that
lonely older people had blood
pressure readings that were as
much as 30 points higher than
others - even after olher nega-
live emotive states, like sad-
ness, stress, or hostility were
taken into account.
A 30-point spread in blood
pressure is equal to the differ-
ence between a normal dias-
tolic pressure of 120 mm/Hg
and stage 1 hypertension,
measured at 150 mm/Hg, the
researchers pointed out.
What's more, the effect of


loneliness in increasing hyper-
tension appeared to get
stronger with age, the Chicago
team found.
And what about stress?
"Lonely people are
stressed, we know that,"
Hawkley said. However, her
team found thai stress boosted
blood pressure in a way that
was distinct Irom loneliness.
Whatever its cause.
Hawkley believes loneliness,
like obesity and other cardiovas-
cular risk factors, may be on the
rise in America for a number of
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Termites are on the wing:


Homeowners need to take action now to protect their investment


S B JEFF EVERTS
Press Gazette Staff t'rIter

t Most homeowners think
they don't need to worry
about the possibility of ter-
mites infesting their
homes...until, that is. it's too
late.
However. according to
Elden Scott of Florida Pest
Control in Milton. more and
more homeowners are taking
the offensive instead of wailt-
* ing for the damage to be done.
-- Toda 's ,
. homeosw ners are
becoming more
educated about ter-
. mites and %what
, pre\ entali\ e
measures to take
against them."
Scott sa. s.
Scott notes
Floridians ha\e three different
S.pes of termites to be ass are
S of including the Formosan,


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Eastern Subterranean. and Dry who notes the procedure is
Wood termites. really quite simple on the
"The Formosan % . homeowner's part.
and Eastern "The policy starts with a
Subterranean vari- thorough inspection of the
eties come from the home to find the critical areas
ground whilee the Dry and determine the type
Wood variety comes of contract needed."
from the air." says says Scott.
Scott. "Then it needs to
According to be determined if the
Scott, some think ter- homeo\ ner needs a
mites aren't as prevalent in damage repair warran-
this area as the\ actually are. tN or a limited \\arran-
-"Lav a board on the ty."


a, ground for a few\ days and
when you go back, the board
will ha\e termites on it," states
Scott.
Scott says one of the best
forms of protection for a
homeow ner against ternutes is
to have a termite policy with a
licensed and certified pest
control company.
"We get a lot of calls from
homeowners \who don't ha\e a
termite policy." Scott says


Scott says what the "a
technician finds during the
inspection determines the type
of contract.
Termites tend to be most
active-and do most of their
sw.arming-during the spring-
time.
"It really depends on the
temperature. but generally. the
Eastern Subterranean termites
w ill swarm from February
through April and the others
%w ill s,% arm from April through
June," Scott says.
"The Formosan and Dry
Wood termites \w ill only come
out at night."
Scott cautions that, even
with a block type house, if
people think termites won't
bother them, they are w rong.
"There are twso types of
homes in the state of Florida.
those that have termites and
those that will. .hase them."
Scott sas.
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whether it is wood. cardboard,
or paper."
Some of the presentati\e
tips Scott offers to help in
making your home less attrac-
tive to termites are
keeping mulch, fire-
\ ood. and lumber awa.
from the house. trim shrubs
12-18 inches asway fromrn
, the structure, make sure
el downspouts and drip
lines drain at least 12
inches away from the
house, checking for roof
leaks, and keeping gutters
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B3 DEBORAH NELSON
Piess Ga:.-ne Start ir'er

As April showers start to
appear. many area gardeners are
preparing to plant ne\w trees or
moo\e existing ones.
In the Coastal South, winter
and early spring's cooler temper-
atures and reduced sunlight hours
pros ide the best climate condi-
tions to plant trees.
Recent storms sent homeoiw n-
ers tree shopping in force. to
replace .storm-destroyed speci-
mens
Some area suppliers all-but
ran out of trees after lvan, but
ne\\ inventory has been appear-
ing throughout the area with the
shipping season w ell underway.
What varieties of trees are
most hurricane-proof?
Carrie McNac. Manager of
B&C Nursers on Chumuckla
Highway recommends several
types, including ri\er birches
Although their w-hite-barked
cousins don't stand up ,tell to
Panhandle heat. shaggy -trunked
Riser Birches can be spotted
throughout the area lending dap-
pled shade to area law\ns.
Rijer birches are often double
or triple potted to achieve a mulu-
stem form. although the plant
also produces plenty of suckers,
if encouraged early, which' can
create the same effect.
The tree casts light-to-moder-
ate shade, but selecting multi-
stemmed trees may thicken up,
the canopy a bit.
Also a performer, says
lMcNac. are Red Maples. These
should not be confused v. ith their
cousin. the Silser Maple. Which
main. as oid entirely.
Silver Maples glow quickly,'


to make sure it is not keeping
the outside of their house
wet." Scott says.
If you are not sure
whether termites are already
in \our home. Scott %, L
suggests looking for
holes in sheetrock or
door frames, blistered
paint, discolored stains.
or soft spots in \walls or
wx ood.
"People can also
look for carcasses or
w ins around windows and
be sure not to mistake them
for flying ants." Scott states.
"If a homeowner has an\
doubts, the best thing to do is
call."


but produce a shallow root s.\s-
tem that can cause septic sy stem
and concrete cracking problems.
Red Maples,. on the other
hand. may prowe a more reliable
southern resident.
And the ubiquitous. eser-
green Live Oak thrives through-
out the region for good reason.
NMcNac notes that although
the species tends to lose limbs in
hea. y w\ minds. canopies often
recover and come back albeit
with a fesw holes.
And. says McNac. that old
southern standby. the Crepe
MNl rtle also holds up w\\ell against
the w ind.
As for 'conifers, most vari'-
eties w ill scorch and die in
Florida's heat. A few, ho\we\er,
thrive despite the Panhandle cli-
mate.
McNac notes several heat-
tolerant juniper cultivars are out .
there, along with the popular
screening tree. the Leyland
Cypress. And some homeowners
throughout the area Ihae a
green-thunib for various Deodai
Cedar %arneties.
Norfolk Island Pines usually
make an annual Christmas


A big eye opener, adcord-
ing to Scott. \as the amount
of termite damage. found in
homes after visits from -.
Hurricanes I\ an and Dennis.
' Scott recommends
homeowners be as
proactive as possible in
keeping termites from'
destroy ing their home.
S "Do e ern thing you
can to protect the sin-
gle largest investment
Nou \\ill make in \our
lifetime." Scott ad\ ises.
"Termite maintenance on
your home is crucial, but it is'
not a do-it-\ourself thing ' .
Store t- tnili by Jeff
Everts. Reach himw at:


appearance in area stores, then,
sporadically thereafter.
The pine tree-like conifers.
are native to the South Pacific,
but aren't perfectly suited to
Florida's blistering summer
heat.
"They're better as a house-
plant.'" says McNac.
And don't overlook a more
familiar coastal favorite-the -.
pal m.
Most palms are not native to
the area. and purists object to
their "South Florida" presence in
the Wesi Florida landscape
But if palm-icize you must.
man v arieties do thrn e in Santa
Rosa's coastal sand\ conditions
As far as planting, experts
sa\ a bit of care goes a long w ayv
toward helping a tree sur\ ie.
When preparing a planting
hole. make sure the root ball
isn't buried too deep. It should
sit about an inch above the sur-
face to present the tree's crown
area betv.een trunk and roots
from rotting. "Our rule of thumb
is wider [than the football], but
not deeper." "saN McNac.
It's a good idea to mnix a little
organic matter. like compost. in
\with the surrounding sand'soil,
to give trees a health- start.
And don't forget to tease
roots out and unw. rap any tight-
ly-coiled ones. That helps roots
spread out and prevents them
from eventually \\rapping
around the crown arid killing the
tree.
Water newly -planted. or
transplanted trees \well. for se\ -
eral weeks. until roots can
reestablish themselves.
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Nelson. Reach her at.'
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Are More Than Just Accents


New' and Improved
Products Add Sn'le, Elegance
and Added Functionalhry to
Today's Baths
Small spaces call for big
attention to detail, and that's
especially true in today 's baths.
In a room \\here tile and
cabinetry may take up more
visual real estate. it's the little
things. like tow el bars. tank
levers and shower curtain rods
that can add appeal when con-
sumers are designing or updat-
ing a bath.
Wh. such a fuss over these
common household necessi-
ties?
These every day pieces are
not only becoming function-
al-but fashionable-with the
addition of on-trend styles, fin-
ishes and smart design.
So no longer is a toilet tank
lever just standard equipment.
it can be just the item to add
some flair and pizzazz to your
bath.
It's one of life's constants:
toilet paper always s runs out.
But changing the roll does-


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loaded bar flying across the
room.
Depending on your deco-
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innovative pivoting paper hold-
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ply lift up to replace the roll or
a European-styled design that
features an open end for easy
roll replacement.
Homeowners are buying
these designs in record num-
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Inspirations by Moen. a sub-
brand of Moen Incorporated.
are adding new creative ele-
ments into many of their offer-
ings.
"We're enhancing our
accessories %with unexpected
benefits that ,make life easier
and more convenient for con-
sumers." points out Tim
Bitterman, senior
product brand manager for
Inspirations by Moen.
"Toilet paper holders are
such an everyday item. yet the
piloting function is a unique
feature consumers appreciate


and know the' will use."
'Even shower rods are
becoming stylish.
Inspirations by Moen
recently introduced a curved
shower rod, something original-
ly seen only in upscale hotels.
No\' widely available at
retail and %wholesale store loca-


tions, this new shower rod
curves out slightly, creating six
more inches of "elbow room" in
the shower.
It can accommodate a stan-
dard shower curtain and can be
retrofitted to replace older
shower rods.
continued to page 6


Work to create-a 'Friendly landscape'


By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Ga.erte Siafft t'er

As Santa Rosa grows. and
natural areas fill in w. ith homes.
a a liable wildlife habitat will
continue to shrink.
But homeov. ners can help
reverse that process through
landscape.~ practices that help
protect Florida's dw indling nat-
ural resources.
The Florida Yards and
Neighborhoods program has
developed a series of gardening
practices homeo,n rers can use
to create and maintain health.
wildlife-friendly landscapes
That includes normally
unseen resources-subter-
ranean aquifers that recharge
and clean regional drinking
after r supplies.
"An amazing natural s.s-
tem of recharge areas and
* springs links the abo\e and
below ground v.atier sources
S aquifersi that sustain Florida's
M ital ecosy stem-and pro ide
us k inh '. atler." FYN points out.
Residential pressure on
water supply \ resources - is
already reaching the critical
point in South Florida, and


experts fear West Florida wton't
be far behind.
Storm%% after runoff carries a
host of debris, petroleum
residue, fertilizer runoff and
other polluting substances into
underground aquifers. FYN
points out.
The agency offers the fol-
lo"w ing "Florida Friendl\" land-
scaping tips to help prevent
future environmental deerada-
tion - measures homeowners .
can take right in their ow n back-
\ards.
The list is reprinted from
the agency\ 's "Florida Friendly
Landscaping" manual.
eRight Plant. Right Place:
Plants selected to suit a specific
site \. ill require minimal
amounts of v.ater. fertilizer and
pesticides.
*Water Efficiently: Irrigate
only when your lawn and land-
scape need afterr . Efficient
watering is the key to a health.\
Florida Yard and conservation
of limited resources.
*Fertilize Appropriatel":
Less is often best. O\er utiliza-
tion of fertilizers can be haz-'
ardous to your yard and the
en% ironment


N*Mulch: Maintaining a
three-inch layer of mulch \%ill
help retain soil moisture. pre-
\ent erosion and suppress
% eeds.
*Attract Wildlife- Plants in
.\our 'iard that provide food.
j.ater and shelter can conserve
Florida's diverse \ wildlife.
*Control Yard Pests
Responsibly: Unwlise use of
pesticides can harm people,
pets. beneficial organisms and
the en\ ironment.
*Recycle: Grass clippings,
leaves and yard trimmings recy-
cled on site pro% ide nutrients to
"the soil and reduce waste dis-
posal .
*Reduce Srormwater
Runoff. Water running from
your \ard can carr\ pollutants
such as soil. debris, fertilizer
and pesticides that can ad\erse-
1\ impact w. after quality.
Reduction of this ninoff \ill
help pre'erit non-point source
pollution.
*Protect the Waterfronct:
Waterfront property. whether on
a bay, river, stream, pond or.
beach is very fragile and should
be carefully protected to main-
tain freshwater and marine


ecosystems.
For more information, con-
tact Carrie Stevenson.
Extension Agent. Florida Yards
& Neighborhoods Program.
475-5230.
Story written by Deborah
Nelson. Reach her at:
Nelson@sr-pg.com


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New products making mole eradication much simpler


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Pr'ss Gazeue Sitaffr ll'er

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Home remedies in the past
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to gasoline and crazed home-
owners chasing after the furrn
offenders w ith \ wooden stakes.
Most people tend to i0'e up
in frustration after the\ hale
spent hours, or da\ s. rri ig to
eradicate the pests.
Hol\ever, there are ne%%
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One nex studx has showxn
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pests in a vern short aniount of
time-w% ith no pain.
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come out \ ith a product called
s the 'Underground
Exterminator' which connects
to your vehicle', , exhaust pipe.
The other end is placed into the
g burrow.
The de ice releases carbon
monoxide fumes into the
? ground-putting the moles into
a permanent "sleep" in just five
to seen minutes, according to
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\\ill easih connect any garden
hose to the exhaust pipe of sour
car. truck, or tractor.
Locally. Halls Hardware in
Mlilton carries the new% device
priced at $14.99 and store per-
sonnel say they are selling.
W"\e hae actually sold quite
a few of them," sa\s llichele
Hunsucker.
Howxe'er, Hunsucker sug-
gests there are other %wa\:s to
get rd of the pesk\ rodents.
"The easiest \%ai to get rid
of the moles in .our yard is to
get rid of the grub population.


%which runs into mole crick-
ets." sa\s Hunsucker.
"If the moles can't find the
grubs to eat. they ,a ill go
somewhere else in search of
them."
Hunsucker says some cus-
tomers ha\e come into the
store telling her of good. old-
fashioned remedies.
"' haxe had people come in
and tell me the\ use pie pans
on stakes or w hirligigs to keep
the moles awva\.'" Hunsucker
sa\ s
"'Any thing that \ ibrates
bothers the moles and tends to
chase them aw a\a."
According to Hunsucker.


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sells v ell at Halls Hardw are is'
a battery operated de\ ice called,
"'Go Phei It" \hInch resembles
a metal stake \ou place into the"
ground and costs $19.99.
One other newx product
Hunsucker mentions which is
selling quite well is a liquid
based solution made of 100Ic
natural castor oil.
"The moles hate the smell of
this stuff and it runs them off,"
saj\s Hunsucker.
The liquid deterrent sells for
$12 .90.
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W -mnan s mble for.
PHS Project Graduaon
Pace High School 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 Project
Graduation.
For more information you
can call 995-9409 or 994-3825.
Mt i in KIwams to hold

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 holding its first
ever bass fishing tournament on
May 20 at River Run Marina.
If you are interested in being
a sponsor of the United Way of
Santa Rosa County's inaugural
bass fishing tournament please
contact the United Way offices in
Milton at 850-623-4507.
Basketdal shootout is set
for May 19 and 20 at MHS
The Santa Rosa Minority
HIV.AIDS Task Force will hold
their fourth annual basketball
shootout on May 19 and 20 at
Milton High School.
Teams are limited to 10 play -
ersw and the entr), fee is $150
per team.
Deadline to enter is v.a, 5.
For more information call
623-2616.
Skateland hockey sign
-ups are underway
Sign-ups for Skateland's
youth and adult roller hockey
leagues are going on until April
29.
All skill levers are welcome
with the youth league lagesi 5 to
16 and the adult league (ages 17
and olden.
This league will run from
. May until June. For movie infor-
marion you can visit www.skate-
landmiltorn .com or call Skateland
at 623-9415.


Jay students 'Stride for Pride'


71 Elementary school takes to track to assist Jay Relay for Life efforts


By BILL GANMBLIN
PG Sports Editor
Students. at Jay
Elementary will be taking a
, alk during their ph sitcal
education classes on Thursday.
The %\alk \\ill be to help
\\ith the Ja\ Relay for Life
efforts for the upcoming rallI
to be held April 21 and 22.
On' Thursday students at
Jay Elementar, %kill be partic-
ipating in their fourth Royals
Stride for Pride.
Students have been col-


electing pledges and involved
in selling raffle tickets.
According to Jay
Elementary Parent Teacher
Organization President Jessie
Parker, the students hale been
collecting $5 donations from
individuals for the walk while
also selling raffle tickets for a
$5 donation to their fundrais-
inr efforts as well.
The prize for this \ear's
raffle is two tickets to the
Kenny Chesne\ concert at the
Pensacola Civic Center on


April 20.
"These tickets are really
good., said Parker. "They are
on the lower level and very'
close to the stage."
This concert., which has
about 200 tickets remaining
for the t"o dates scheduled for
Pensacola, will also feature
Dierks Bentlei and SugarLand
as part of the Road and the
Radio Tour 2006.
"The public is invited to
stop b\ and make a donation
on Thursday or to purchase a


raffle ticket." said Parker.
"The public is also in ited to
join us as w\e walk.
"We hate a lot planned for
this exent as the students will
be walking the track during
their ph sical education
class."
In the pre\ ious three Nears
that Jay Elemenrary has held
its RoN als Stride for Pride the\
have raised o\er $4,000 for
Relay for Life.
Everything % ill get under-
\way at 8 a.m. on Thursday.


A large pack of youngsters attending Saturday's Dodge Rodeo at the Santa Rosa County Fair were ready for the callf scramble.
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin



Fair ...Game .


Iwo of the biggest events for this year s Dodge Kodeo at the santa
Rosa County Fair were the barrel racing and bull riding.


The student who raises the
most money in grades Pre-K
through sixth grade will get a
bicycle for their efforts. w while
the class \ ho collects the most
money will receive a movie
and popcorn party sponsored
by the Jay Elementary PTO.
Concessions will also be
available to those \%ho come
out to participate on Thursday.
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Easter \ ill soon be here and
some parents and grandparents
prefer to purchase a live rabbit
or duck to the chocolate one
that will melt in your mouth
and hands.
The problem can be what
happens when the new\ pet
\\ears out its %welcome or
becomes more than the child
and famnily can handle.
At the Santa Rosa County
Animal Shelter they try to
adopt them out-to-a-e od home.
"If the rabbit displays good
behavior, then w\e w ill try to
adopt it out." said Dominic
Persichtni. director of the Santa
Rosa Countr Animal Shelter.
According to Persichinm, six
rabbits hale been turned into
the shelter and four have been
adopted out.
"I can't say if'more have
been just turned loose into the
wildd" said Persichini. "I can
only account for those that have
been dropped off here at the
shelter."
The mallard ducklings pose
an even greater problem as they
usually end up being released
into the wild. where the owner
doesn't realize this is not only
illegal, but can cause even more
hanrm than good.
"Although these ducklings
might make nice pets while
they're Noing. the\ can live 10
sears and quickly outgrow the
cute and fuzzy stage, leading
full-size droppings on \our
patio and outdoor furniture."
said Florida Wildlife
Commission waterfowll biolo-
gist Diane Eggeman. "When
this happens, parents and chil-
dren often grow tired of caring
for these pets and decide to turn
them loose into the wild."
See. PETS. Pg 2C


Pace High sparkles on both diamonds

C Pace secures first District 1-5A title, Milton gets ninth win I


B� BILL GAMNBLIN
PGSprt,' Ed it.o
Pace -ligl Sclool "ion their
fourth Nike Baseball Classic
and third in the last five years
after, methodically dismantling
North Forsyth, Ga., in the
championship game Thursday.
The stingig Raiders, who
were on spring break, took an
"early 2-0 lead on Pace starter
Ryan Sorce, but that lead was
short lived.
The Patriots (15-3) scored
six runs in the bottom of the
second and that proved to be all
the Patriots would need as they
tied host Tate. High School for
the most tournament titles with


With only four hits in the
game, Pace showed patience at
the plate as they worked North
Forsyth pitching for 10 walks
and two batters that were hit by
pitches as Caleb Gindl and
Allen Ward both went 1-for-3
in the contest with doubles.
Sorce, younger brother to
Patriot standout Chris Sorce,
pitched six innings in a heated
contest for the win allowing
seven hits and striking out four.
Pace would make it a 8-2
game with a run in the bottom
of the sixth, as the Raiders
would respond with a run in the
top of the seventh.


In other baseball action:
PCA 11, Central 8
Central could not hold off a
late rally as Pensacola Christian
came from behind to win on
Thursday 11-8. .
The Jaguars led 7-0 head-
ing into the bottom of the
fourth, when the Warriors came
started their rally with a six spot
to make it 7-6 in favor of
Central.
SPCA wasn't done as 'they
added five more unanswered
runs in the fifth and sixth
innings as Chad McDaniel took
the loss.
McDaniel allowed five runs
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(Above) Bill Kirkland tries his putting touch in the Mary B's Putt
for Dough contest held at the Moors putting green as players tray-
- eled from the ninth green to the 10th tee. (Left) University of
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~her driver for a donation to the UWF Women's Golf Team.


Pets

Continued From n Page One
That is where the rub with
nature and the law begins. It is
actually illegal for anyone to
possess, buy or sell mallards in
Florida without special permit
from the F\WC. while releasing
them is prohibited.
"These domesticated mal-
lards are crossbreeding w ith the
mottled duck, producing hybrid
offspring." said Eggman. "'This
is a serious concern and if not
stopped, this hybridization
could result in the Florida mot-
tied duck becoming extinct."
One of the biggest concerns
of the domesticated duck being
introduced into the wild is that
they are capable of transmitting
diseases, while also competing


Preps

Continued From Page Onc
and five hits and issued five
walks in just mro innings of
work.
Tyson Weeks, J.J. Sessions
and Paul Baggett all homered in
the loss as Weeks turned in a 3-
for-4 performance at the plate.
In softball action:
Pace 120-31 secured the top
spot in District 1-5A with rwo
wins at home.
On Thursday Ashleigh
Cole, who has committed to
pitch next season at
Birmingham Southern, pitched
her third no-hitter of the season
in an 8-0 win oer Crest\ie%\.
In the \ in Cole struck out
15 while allowing a walk and
hitting a batter as she improved
to 11-3 on the year.
At the plate the Lady
Patriots took care of business as
they pounded out 10 hits and
jumped out to an early 3-0 lead
in the first inning.
Pace would add five more
runs in the second as the game
became academic.
Kalin Lasseter and Cole
each homered in the contest as
they '\ent l-for-3 on the night
\n ith three RBI's each.
Brittany Dowdle went 2-
for-4 with an RBI and two runs,
while Lauren Mendoza went 2-
for-3 with a run scored.
Friday completed the dis-
trict schedule as the Lady
Patriots -finished with a 9-1
mark by defeating Tate 2-1.
Pace and Tate each scored a
run in the second inning of this
highly contested affair, but in,
the fifth inning Pace would
score the winning run as
Lasseter's .double brought
home Lindsey McLellan, which


with native wildlife for food
and habitat.
Pet mallards \\ill not
migrate Nwhen they are released.
They become established., year-
round resides of our state.
When the\ mate w ith w ild mot-
tled ducks, it pushes Florida's
mottled ducks closer to extinc-
tion.
Florida's mottled duck pop-
ulation is relatively small, and
already\ F\VC biologist are say-
ing as many as 12-percent of
these ducks are sho\\ ing genet-
ic e\ idence of h\ bridization.

Sto111' ulnten 1
Bill Gamblin Reach Ilun
at sports ' as~ipi essgaze'le. om


pro% ed to be the winning run.
Lasseter went 2-for-2 on
the evening. w while Neal went l-
for-3 with a home run in the
second.
Kary Neal helped in a huge
w\aN as she retired the final 16
Lad\ ALgies shafted while
impro\ ing to 8-0 on the season
Milton 9, \\esl Florida
Tech 2
Milton pounded out 10 hits
and capitalized on seven Lady
Jaguar errors to defeat West
Florida Tech 9-2 on Thursday.
The Lady Panthers (9-13)
jumped out to an early 2-0 lead
in the second
After WFT cut the lead to
one in the bottom of the third,
Milton responded \with sil\
unansw\\ered runs.
Crystal Benge improved to
9-13 w ith the win ais she scat-
tered six hits %k hi e w walking one
and recording a strikeout.
At the plate Crystal Clark
went 3-for-5 with two doubles,
Jessica Rushing went 2-for-3
with two stolen bases, and
Robyn Salerno went 2-for-3
with three stolen bases.
.In track Pace finished
fourth at the Baptist FirstRehab
Invitational at Gulf Breeze on
Friday with 44 points, while
Milton was a close seventh with
36 points.
On the girls side Milton fin-
ished in a tie for 13th with
Washington scoring 19 points,
while Pace was 15th with 16
points.
Woodham High swept both
boys and girls titles at the meet.

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


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Eight year old Brady White killed his first turkey while hunting with
his grandfather, George Crain. The turkey weighed in at 18 pounds
and three ounces and had a 10 inch beard. Brady is the son of
Brian and Romi White.
Submitted photo


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CREW MEMBERS "
NEEDED!
Flexable Hours
Benefits Available
Paid Vacation
Starting Rate SZ7,Hour
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(Daily From 2pm-5pm)
4687 Hwy. 90, Pace
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102
Drivers
DRIVER TRAINEES
NEEDED NOW! No
experience required.
Werner Enterprises
has immediate
openings ior entry-
level semi drivers.
Our average drivers
earn more than
$36K' first year. 60:.,
of our drivers get
home nightlyiweek-
ly. 15 day CDL Irain-
ing available in your
area. Call loday'
1-866-280-5309
DRIVER- NOW HIR-
ING QUALIFIED
DRIVERS for Cen-
tral Florida Local &
National OTR posi-
tions. Food grade
tanker, no hazmat
no pumps, great
benefits, competitive
pay & new equip-
ment. Need 2 years
experience. Call By-
num Transport for
your opportunity to-
day. (800)741-7950.
NOW HIRING
.1o CDL required.
Truck driver wilh
tractor trailer and
torbin experience a
must. 623-5385.


102
Drivers
DRIVERS - CDL
A true lease-to-own
program Lo* pay-
menis. short erm
lease. Avg. $1 11
per mile plus fuel
surcharge. i"o haz-
mal. No forced dis-
paicn. FFE Trans-
portation
(888; 864-0012
DRIVERS - CDL A.
True Lease in own
program. Low pay-
menis.short term
lease Avg.
$i1.11mile plus iuel
surcharge. No haz-
rrmal. Nlo forced dis-
patch. FFE Trans-
portalion 18881864-
0012.

Place a
classified ad
today.
Phone
623-2120.

O/O DRIVER FFE,
The F'S is higher
here' $1.11 Avg.
$2.000 sign-on
$2.600 Referral Bo-
nus Base Plate pro-
vided No trucK no
problem. Low pay-
meri with short
lease 18001569-
9298.


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







PLACE YOUR

HOT JOBS AD

HERE!

CALL 623-3616


102
Drivers


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Place a
classified ad
today. Phone
623-2120


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


102
Drivers

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TO DRIVE
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15 DAY LOCAL
CDL TRAINING
*ii 2l I : T.- Ci,
* Tiiill.:,r. ;- "'.i-.l.ii'i,'.: i] ,ii.]'l�*il
For over 29 years-
we've been training
America's Truckers!
CALL TODAY!
Truck Driver Institute
5750 Milton Road .
Milton, FL

800-709-7364

104
General Help
"NOW HIRING
2006' AVERAGE
POSTAL EMPLOY-
EE EARNS
$57,000 YR Mnin-
mum Siarting Pay/
$18 0O,'ir
Benefits Paid Train-
ing and Vacations
No Experience
Heeded 1800)584-
1775 Rel #P4901

COOK NEEDED fr
Bayou ,Cale
,lMonday-Friday
Call 994-9232


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A COOL TRAVEL
Job. Now hiring (18-
24 posimons).
Guys'Gals to work
and travel entire
USA Paid training,
transportation lodg-
ing furnished. Call
today, Start loday.
18881272-2732.

AMERICA'S DRIV-
ING ACADEMY
Sian your driving
ca-
reer' Ottering cours-
es in CDL A. One
tuition lee' Many
payment options'
Ino
registration lee'
18881808-5947 in-
fo'' americasdrivin-
AUTOMOTIVE
TECHNICIAN need-
ed. Must be cerliiedl
in air conailioning &
have experience in
d.agncstics & driva-.
biliry Apply in per-
son at Eddie Hobbs.
AuLIomotive. 4916
Glover Lane in Mil-
ton Ho phone calls
please'

BADCOCK
FURNITURE
Full Time
Salesperson
rJeeded
Apply in person
Badcock Furniure
4815 Gloer Lane
Million


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

To view application instructions & to
complete an online resume, visit:
www.hr.ufl.edu>jobs (reference #035953)
I an accommodation due to a disability is
needed to apply for this position, please call:
(352) 392-4621 or the Florida Relay System at:
(850) 955-8771 (TDD)
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104
General Help

BOB'S CANOE
RENTAL
is accepting
applications for
summer jobs.
Call 623-5457.
CAMP NIGHT
WATCH/SECURITY
Eckerd Youth Alter-
natives, inc is seek-
ing a Night Watch
staff member for our
outdoor therapeutic
program in Milton,
FL Monitor youth &
star in our wooded
campsiles to ensure
safety/security dur-
ing night lime hours.
HS or equivalent &
related exp. prefer-
red. Full time & ex-
cellent benefits from
day one! Fax re-
sumes io: (850) 675-
1230 or call 18501
675-4512 for more
info
EGE DFWPM F.D V

CERTIFIED
LIFEGUARD
Krul Recreation
Area in Mulson
needs a Certified
Lifeguard. Speak to
the Recrealion Ad-
ministrator or Krul
Supervisor at.
(8501 957-6140
Apply now!
CLEANING PER-
SON needed. Seri-
ous long term em-
ploymenI applicants
only. Must be relia-
ble. dependable. &
have own car. Call
994-1785
EARN UP to $550
WEEKLY Working
through the govern-
ment. PT No Experi-
ence Call Today!!
(800)488-2921 Ask
for department i.
FISHER THOMAS.
INC
Looking for Framers.
and/or Laborers!!
Call- 850-626-2844
Mon.-Fri. between
8am - 4pm
JANITORIAL
WORKER needed.
Night time. Call.
944-1359


104
General Help

FOREMEN To Lead
Utility Contract
Field Crews -
-Outdoor physical
work -
-Many entry-level
positions
-Paid raining
- $14,hr + bonuses
aher promotion
-Living allowance
when traveling
-Company truck and
good benefits
Must have strong
leadership skills, a
good driving history
and be able to travel
to Tennessee and
nearby sales.
Email resume to:
Recruiter3@
osmose.com or
lax: 1985)871-0605
www.OsmoseUiilit-
ies.co
EOE M/FD/V







FORSYTH HOUSE
Locally owned as-
sisled living is seek-
ing personal serv-
ices attendant and
meas techs with ex-
perience and proven
track record. Apply
in person- 5887 Ber-
ryhill Rd., Milton or
Call. 626-9901


NANNY NEEDED
irn Milton. $400'wk
7am until 5 pm
Mon-Fri. Previous
childcare exp.req.,
non-smoker & valid
drivers license.
Call:994-1669



NEED EXTRA
CASH?
The Press Gazetre
ras openings for
personable, profes-
sional individuals tc
help with telephone
sales impressive
earring opponuni-
ties Call 623-2120.
ask for Tracie


104
General Help
PART-TIME AT
public accounting
lirm in Pace. Should
nave public account-
ing experience. Tax
knowledge. Pay de-
pends on experi-
ence. Send resume
to1 BOOKKEEPER.
4430 HWY. 90,
SUITE H PACE, FL
32571 or Fax Re-
sume to10 995-8849

PRESS OPERA-
TOR - NewsKing ex-
perience preferred.
Benefits - group
health, vacalion/sick
time and holidays
E-mail
belderon @ nsb-ob-
server.com. fax
13861424-9858, Pub-
lisher, Observer
Newspapers, P.O.
Box 10, New Smyr-
na Beach, FL
32168.
PUBLISHER'S
NOTICE
Milton Newspapers,
inc. idba The Santa
Rosa Press Gazette
and The Santa Rosa
Free Pressi re-
serves the right to
censor, reclassify,
revise, edit or reject
any advertisement
not meeting its
standards of accept-
ance. Submission of
an advertisement
does not constitute
an agreement to
publish said adver-
tisement Publication
of an adverisement
does not constitute
an agreement for
continued publica-
tion.
G-e
RESLT


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


SANTA ROSA COUNTY

HUMAN RESOURCES

EMPLOYMENT ANNOUNCEMENT
' *- < ' i . . . . . . - ,' . - I . . , , * t I 1 - I i r f -r P , * ' . i ' *
ATTENTION: The information giken on \our appli.ca-
tion \ ill be e aliuated a.2ainst the minimum qualifications
of the Iob description. V l ..uppleime l .d LiCle',iii iiiL',[
ii~ .-. ii 1 LJd. .1. .' t.l *-, i .licrI-'.i .in' i, l ,id .ork .--pci i-
OLOCe 1,iI ni " .niO i L .lk j V 1' 0 V inl' ' 'ULI JrpplC'I'.Ill i.
After ll application , are e; aluated. \our name \\ ill be
placed on die emplo, menit list and sent to appropriate hir-
ine authority for consideration. Completed job descnp-
i _onsi'supplemnental questions can be \ ie'.\ed at '.\ t..sa. n-
rdro.:--l.,io\ or obtained from the Human Resources,
office.
Oilher than this announcement,.
no further notification %%ill be sent.


A rchiies Clerk I 19073i
Range: 7 $ 8.57 per hour
"*04/10/2006 - 04/17/2006**

Building Permit Technician I (1290)
Range: 10 $ 9.23 per hour
**04/10/2006 - 04/17/2006**

Land Appraiser I (9304)
Range: 16 $ 10.97 per hour
**04/10/2006 - 04/17/2006**

Paralegal (1004)
Range: 22 $ 30,699.05 - $ 33,886.01 DOQ
**04/10/2006 - 04/24/2006**

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

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


104
General Help

THE WEST FLORI-
DA RESEARCH &
EDUCATION CEN-
TER at Milton has
an opening for an
Accountant. Visit
wfrec.ifas.utl.edu un-
der job opportunities
to view description.
To view application
instructions & to
complete an online
resume, visit
www.hr.ull.edu>lobs
Reference # 035953
The deadline to ap-
ply is 04/10/06. If an
accommodation due
to a disability is
needed to apply for
this posilton, please
call (352) 392-4681
or the Florida Relay
System at: 1850)
955-8771 (TDD)
EOE

108
Hotel/Motel
& Restaurant

POPEYE'S
CHICKEN
Crew members
needed! Flexabie
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 transpor-
tation. Call:554-2068

118
Part Time

MAINTENANCE
MAN needed. 10 hrs
per week. Apply in
person at: Berrynhill
Orthopedics 6007
Berryhill Rd., Milton
No phone calls
please'

MEDICAL
ASSISTANT
Part time for Onho-
pedic office. Fax re-
sume to- 626-3161

120
Professional

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


WEAR TV 3
Is looking for a
pan lime
A leteorologist
To apply and for
more details, visit:
www.weartv.com
under employment'


124
Sales &
Telemarketing

$5,500 WEEKLY
Goal Potential If
someone did it, so
can you' 2-3 con-
firmed appointments
daily! Benefits Avail-
able Call Cathenne
McFarland:
(888)563-3188.


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





310
Business
Opportunities

#1 CORPORATE
Sports Apparel
Franchise. Full
Training and Sup-
port. No Exp. Need-
ed. Financing avail
Call (8001727-6720.
www Embrot.3lMe corn

ACCT REP/LOCAL
REP Earn Executive
Level Income. P/T or
F1T $13.000 invest-
ment includes 30
Accounts. Inventory.
Territory. Training.
Proven Product, 16
Year Old Co.
(8881456-0261.
ALL CASH Candy
route. Do you earn
$800-day 30 ma-
chines, Iree candy
all for $9,995
1888)629-9968
BO2000033. CALL
US: We will not be
undersold!
DRIVER- NOW HIR-
ING QUALIFIED
DRIVERS for Cen-
tral Florida Local &
National OTR posi-
tions Food grade
banker. no hazmat.
no pumps, great
benefits, competitive
pay & new equip-
ment. Need 2 years
experience. Call By-
num Transport for
your opponuniry lo-
day. 1800)741-7950.


310
Business
Opportunities
DRIVERS - CDL A.
Special Orientation
Pay for Experienced
Drivers ' Home
Weekends ' Great
Pay & Benefits' Paid
Training for School
Grads! Cypress
Truck Lines, Inc.
www.cypresstiruck.c
om (888)808-5846.
DRIVERS- BE IN
DEMAND' Plenty of
freight, Many Home
time Oplions. Low
Cost CDL Training
Available. 1000% Tui-
tion Reimbursement
(8001231-5209
www.SwiftTruck-
ingJobs.com.

EARN $500 DAILY!
No selling. We make
every $597 sale and
pay you $500 com-
mission. Not MLM
18771 251-8300
LEARN TO buy
Foreclosures, tax
liens, and renabs for
pennies on the dol-
lar. Mentor ' walks
you through each
deal A-Z to insure
SUCCESS
18001693-3967.

ORANGE COUNTY
Choppers OCC
seeks Distributor lor
New OCC Energy
Drink product.
$15.000 req'd for In-
venlory. Protected
Territory & TV Expo-
sure. YOU CAN T
LOSE!! 1888)216-
5831.
RECEIVE CHECKS
of $3200 - $4800
per month in as lii-
ile as 60-90 days for
20-40 years trom a
40K investment in
Otil & Gas. 1888)722-
5790.


315
Business Services
ABLES & SON LLC
Trim. Carpenlry,
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
Service (800)733-
5342. 24 Hrs. 100's
ol Lawyers Siate-
wide
ARTIE KELLER
STUCCO. Licensed
and insured. Con-
ventional and Syn-
Ihetic Syslems. No
job too big nor to
small. Call 698-8327
or 626-9164.


Library Manager 13303i
Range: 28 $ 41.286.79 - $ 45.572.90 DOQ
**Open Linlil Filled**

Planner 1160371
Range: 23 $ 32.253.19 - $ 35,601.49 DOQ
**Open Until Filled**



Testing \ill be held on Thursda., April 20. 2006 for
those positions that require testing as indicated in the
mini inu m requiireents. .-//ll applications, supporting
dociiuents and supplemental questions must be recei\ ed
on or before Nlond.i. April 17. 200)6 at 4:30pm in order
to schedule testing. The APPLICANT rnust contact
Human Resources on or before April 17, 2006 at 4:30 pm
to receive i testing time for the testing date mentioned
above..


.**NO EXCEPTIONS WILLBE MADE ON
DATE/TIME** '

FOR EACH POSITION A PPLIE D 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 BY UIS MAIL, FAX, EMAIL,
OR HAND DELIVERED.

If the required supplemental questions and supporting
documents are not in by the close date, your applica-
tion will not be submitted for consideration. In an
effort to further assist applicants, we offer the ease of
applying online at www.santarosa.fl.gov. Complete job
descriptions and applications are also available at the
Santa Rosa County 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


315
Business Services
ANN BARNHILL
TRUCKING
Din Work, Fill Dirtn,
Crushed Asphalt,
Brown Din. Lime-
slone, Driveways,
Culverts & Mobile
Homes Pads
Call for price:
1850) 623-3461
1850) 232-0670.
Free Estimates!
ARRESTED? ALL
Criminal Defense
Felonies...Misde-
meanors, State or
Federal Charges,
Parole...Probation,
DUI...Traffic Tickets.
Bond Reduction.
100's of Lawyers
Statewide 24
HOURS A-A-A AT-
TORNEY REFER-
RAL SERVICE
(800)733-5342.
B & B HOME
IMPROVEMENTS
25 years experience.
Free estimates.
Licensed & insured.
Call anytime:
18501981-3936
"No joo too small"
BORDER TO Bor-
der Fence and Deck
Company. All types
ol fencing installed
and repaired. Spe-
cializing in privacy
fencing and wooden
decks. Our privacy
fences are buill with
SCREWS. Free Es-
timates. 485-2532
BUDGET HOUSE
PAINTING
Insured & Licensed
Call Andy at.
(8501 304-9680
D&D REMODELING
INC. General Con-
tractor All Types
Home Maintenance;
Roofs to Floors,
Renovations, Decks,
Tile., Plumbing. Etc.
Evictions. Move-
Outs. Construction
Cleaning. Pressure
Washing. Painting,
Tree work, & Etc.
Locally owned
FREE ESTIMATES
Lic. 4 710-0037952
CELL#261-1173
CELLB261-3598
DAN'S TRACTOR
works. Licensed and
insured. Bush-hog-
ging. Discing. Froni-
end loading Debri,
removal. Dan Fran-
cisco, owner. Cell
18501529-8718
Home 1850) 623-
8697
DAY BY Day Quality
Fencing. Competi-
tive pricing for all of
your fencing needs.
Locally licensed,
owned and operal-
ed. We look forward
to your call. New
fencing or repairs.
Call 850-529-3546
DIVORCE $275-
$350"COVERS chil-
dren, etc. Only one
signature required!
"Excludes govt.
lees! Call weekdays
18001462-2000,
ext.600. l8am-7pmi
Alia Divorce, LLC
Established 1977.
DOUBLE "'B" Land
Clearing. Backhoe
Work. Licensed and
Insured. Bryen Bal-
lard. (8501994-5740
or 1850j232-1581.
LOCAL HOME
REPAIR
Paint, drywall, trim &
' file Fence repair &
inslallaion i1 years
experience. Contact
Paul MvlcMullen
723-9767


315
Business Services
DOUG'S LAWN
SERVICE
Mowing & Edging.
Trimming Bushes,
Landscaping, Mulch-
ing, Tractor work.
Gutter Cleaning &
full lawn services.
Owner operated and
a local yocal. Call
623-5370 or
(cell)850-324-9149

FIELD
ELECTRIC, INC.
Providing your resi-
dential. commercial
& portable generator
panel needs
Call William at:
1850) 791-4381
Lic#ER 13013420
HORSE LINIMENT
Eases Arthnritis Pain.
Now Available for
humans. Anh-Rx
has been helping ar-
thrilis pain sufferers
for over 10 years.
Convenient Roll On.
18001634-2348:
www anh-rx com

JUST JUDY'S
SEAMSTRESS
Years 01
Experience
Fair prices
"Alterations
'Dress-Making
*Repairs
*Weddings
"Formals
JUDY HARVEY
5901 Castle Drive
Milton, FL
626-6349

K & N LAWN
SERVICE
Mowing and debris
removal. Very rea-
sonable prices.
Call: 850-981-1612
or 850-791-0861
LAND CLEARING &
DOZERiTRACTOR
WORK Specializing
in culvert installa-
tion. driveways, lev-
eling, root raking,
bushogging & disk-
ing. Equipment and
material transport
available. By the lob
or hour. Call Billy
Rogers lor estimates
957-4952 or 261-
8407
LAWN SERVICE
Milowing. edging &
trimming. Dependa-
ble and reasonable
rates Call 393-2032
LOCAL HOME Re-
pair. Paint, drywall,.
trim & tile. Fence re-
pair & installation.
10 years experi-
ence. Contact Paul
McMullen 850-723-
9767.

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

TNT CARPORTS
R.V. & Boat covers
Buildings,
Garages.
Ponabie Sheds
CARPORTS
Single $595
Double $695.
12 X 41-$1295
24 X 31 $1990
Galvanized Steel
SMany sizes colors.


S18501 983-2296 or
Pager 505-1867


315
Business Services


MILTON GARDEN
Club Center
5256 Alabama St
Historic District
Downtown Milton

Beautiful building &
surrounding
grounds provide an
ideal seeing for
your celebration.
Rental available ior
meetings wedding
receptions, anniver-
saries, binriday
parties, eic.
Call 623-9034
miltongardenclub-',
yahoo.corn

MOBILE HOME
BROKERS
Major and minor
repairs. Re-root, pa-
tio covers, screen
rooms. leveling.
Locally owned
& operated
Free estimates
100 .: Frar,:i..r, WAC
Call 857-1051

NEW HOPE PAINT-
ING & WALLPA-
PERING -Drywall
repairs & patchwork
"Pressure cleaning
homes, decks, pa-
ioOs. driveways &
sidewalks "Carpen-
try work icrowri
molding, paneling,
Inm base & case, in-
stall cabinets & tLuiid
decks Resideniial
Interior'E>ierior.
Family owned busi-
ness, over 30 years.
Call The Encksens
today! 1850)723-
2550 or 623-6034

PITTS HANDYMAN
SERVICES. LLC
Locally owned and
operated. 25 yrs ex-
penence. We pro-
vide qualiry work for
a great price. Call
David "Bubba' Co:
al 698-9308.


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READY FOR"
EASTER?
Don't have time i1
decorate? Let us do
it for 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 USNr
Licensed & Insured
232-8746

THE MOWER MEDIC
We service Your
Mower in your homer
at your
convenience.
Bob and Arndy
Knowles. Oflice
1850) 626-8300
Cell 18501 982-3576.

TOMMY'S LAWN
CARE SERVICE
Grass cuuling.,Ced
eating rakingedging
& hedge trimming
Free estmllaiesi
.,lion. Pace area
Call Tommry at
748-4718

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315
Business Services

TUTOR K-12 All
Suble-ci... College
basic math science,
literature & more.
Satislac.tion guaran-
teedi LOCal referen-
ces $12.hr TYPING.
Reports, manscrpis
electric typewrier -
no computer Most
spelling corrected.
$2-page Call 686-
1480 Leave mssg

VICKERS FENCING
*Making good neigh-
bors one ience at a
time." Specializing in
wood fences New
installations and re-
pairs Compeliiive
pricing. Licensed
and Insured. Free
estimates 994-7585
or 791-0198.

320
Child Care

IN HOME
Crild Care
Pace - Woodbine Rd
Morn & Grandma
will watch your
0-31,r old.
Call 995-8933

325
Domestic

DEPENDABLE
HOUSEKEEPER
Seeking additional
clients. Over 15
years of e.Nperience'
Reierencei avail
upon request.
Call 994-6236

335
Financial Services

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Equal Housing
Lender.

WE BUY
MORTGAGES
Are you collecting
payments on a mort- -
gage? Why wait
years for pa,,mnents9
Call 1800i 282-1251

340
Home Repair

MAYBE YOU can
do it yourself.
but will you?
Dave Koppin Home
improvement. Inc
Specializing in In-
surance estimates.,
Hor.,ne improve-
ments mainie-
nance, sheeiroc<
and ceilinrs.
i850 626-16944

345
Lawn Care


TIME TO PLANT!

Casey's

Nursery
Largest Selection
of Trees, Shrubs,
Roses, Vines,
Tropicals, Perennials,
& more
Sale
Wigelia
Now In Bloom!
Reg $11.95
NOW
$8.95

CREDIT CARDS
ACCEPTED
3851 Avalon Blvd
Milton, FL

623*8109

We Are a True Nursery !

CLARK'S LAWN
CARE General
Maintenance & All
Types of Tractor
Work - Licensed &
Insured. Call:' Mike
Clark at 626-2428


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


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345
Lawn Care

HIGH SCHOOL
TEENAGER
Does lawn care in
ihe Pace,Milton
area Mosi yards
$25 Call Chad al:
983-8887 or 982-
2847 Icell)

PAGE'S TREE
SERVICE
Trim, cut & remove
Call- 626-2159 Il n.:.
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FIREWOOD $50 a
load and up

350
Senior Care


GRANNY NANNIES
Affordable Home
Care Services.
Highly Oualified
Personal Care
Givers Includes,
CNA.and HHA
available up to 24
hrs a day'7days a
week. Serving San-
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cambia Counies
Qualiv Home
Health Care Since
19190
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ANGELS
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-. in home
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477-3858


360
Miscellaneous

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360
Miscellaneous

POND AND LAKE
FOUNTAINS and
AERATORS
(8881776-3159
Complete pond
information online:
Algae control, fish,
aeration, pond bub-
blers. Online store
www absoluteaqual-
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402
Apartments




The All New!
Jay

Apartments

A lU1ff llAl Ill)N[" Rll NI.




850-623-0609

SMALL EFFICIENCY
.aparlmenril. Jice &
,:lear, All utIllies lur-
nished rent Irom
mo:.,nir to monihl
$500. month. $400.
dep. 995-1717

404
Commercial

COMMERCIAL
PROPERTY
Cenirally located in
Milton. 750 Sq. h.,
newly remodeled.
$400 a month with
deposit
Call: 623-9439 or
384-9751

COMMERCIAL
PROPERTY Down-
town Historic Milion
Call for info: 983-
7807
COMMERCIAL
PROPERTY Down-
town Historic Milton
Call for into- 983-
7807
FOR LEASE
1800 sq fl ohice
space. new H&A.
carpel, vinyl and
pairil. Call - 623-5-18
FOR RENT
Oic-e.'Warehouse
1 250 sq. n. A C
Hr.a. I, mniediae Oc-
cupency Contacl:
Julie 6.26-0411

406
Homes

025124692BR/2BA
EXCELLENT condi-
Ion rwiir deep water
dock. Blackwaier
Bay..Jerv secluded &
quiet neighborhood
$695 nmc $500 dep
994-0667

3BED/2BA 1 year
.-old urnfurnished
hi..'-e. Slove'' re rig-
er.aior. dishwasher &
garage Genesis
Par.' Subdivcision
Il :pi is.. no HUD
Credit check
$925 mr: $975 aep
748. 3046
CONVENIENT TO
Vvrhilling. flew. 1715
SF 3.2. 2 car garage
bLiltl in 2005. $1095
plus depo-.i TIvlGR
Propenly l.lanag-
menil 572-1258


406
Homes


FIRST TIME
BUYERS
Wry rent when you
can own" Free
computerized list ol
homes available
with no money
down', under
$1.300'monlh
Free recorded
message:
1-800-823-4890
t w.parnhandle-
houses.comr
ID #5051
S--:.rn condaiCrr . aply


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

3BRi2BA Waterfront
home 5084 San
Miguel $1800'mo.

SANTA ROSA
REALTY
623-0077
FOR RENT
3BR 1BA on 1 acre
in Bagdad. avail.
April 1st.
850mo 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.
Lots of extras'
Gay Keigr.ley
Ex;r Raliry Advantage
982-6457

HOME FOR RENT
Ouiel. clean oft
street parking
3BR,2BA. screened
porch, fenced back-
yard. Downtown His-
tonic Milton Long
term lease required
$1000'mo plus utilit-
ies Call: (850) 983-
7807 Pets OK'
HOUSES FOR
RENT in Milion &
Pace 3BR/2BA
double car garage
& lenced yard
$925.mo. $700dep.
Call 981-0495

NEW 4BR/2BA all
appliances included
Lovely neighbor-
hood & large lot.
$1250 month
Call for appointment
Call- 995-8588
NEW HOMES FOR
RENT in Milion
3BR/2BA, 1,260
sq.ft..24th Ave. off
DelMonie $975,'mo
SunCoasl Pro Real-
ty 432-8448 or call
Tracey: 393-9255
Barbara. 390-0824

408
Land

"LOCATION. LO-
CATION. Location
Time to buy. IN-
VESTORS &
BUILDERS, Great
Buildable Lois For
Sale in one of Flori-
da s Fastest Grow-
Ing Areas Fonrt
Myers. 18881558-
0032

LAND FOR SALE
Reler to
Classification
,510


408
Land
ASHEVILLE, NC
AREA ACREAGE
Private, gated
mrouniain community
with over 4 miles of
riverfront 1 to 8+
acres from the $60s.
Incredible views
Custom community
lodge with mountain
spas. nverwalk. Call
(866)292-5762. Bear
River Lodge.


MONTANA MOUN-
TAIN PARADISE
Great mountain
views! 2.29 acres
just $59,990. Ride
out your back door
to millions of acres
of national forest.
Close to Canyon
Ferrn Lake. minutes
to Helena. Soils test-
ed. utilities, ready o0
build. Call owner
1866)365-6103.
NORTH GEORGIA
Gated Mountain
Community New
Homes close to In-
frasiructure. One
Hour Nonh ol Atlan-
ia. Golt, Tennis,
Lake., Pools. Ino
www.benttreegeor-
gia com.
RURAL HUNTING
Timber Land For
Sale 2222 acres.
$2500, acre Alkin-
son County, Geor-
gia. Call for info
(334)393-5036 or
03341464-4004.
TN WATERFRONT
MOUNTAIN PROP-
ERTY Scenic home-
sties surrounding
Lake Barkley. 1 to 6
acre view smiles & 5
to 40 acre privacy
siles from inme 40's.
90 min to Nashville.
Grand opening of
Phase II on now!
Call (866)339-4966.

410
Mobile Homes
2001 Model Horton
HomeLIKE NEW
3,BR 2/BA 16 X76
2 wood porches.
carport & metal shed
on 1 acre of land
Call 981-9473

FOR RENT
, mobile horime
3BR'2BA double .
wide tolal elec. no
pels 750mo,'500 dep
5345 Spruce St.
Navarre Call: 994-
7918
FOR RENT
2,BR 1'BA Com-
pleielv remodeled
$375'mlh. Call:
994-8865.
FOR RENT
2'BR 1 'BA Mobile
Home, nice. clean,
quiet neighborhood.
$500/mlh dep.& ref.
Call: 850-537-6222
or 850-499-7412.
FOR RENT
2 BR 1 BA, in East
Million. total electric
$500,mlh $250,dep.
Baycrest Really
1850i 994-7918

412
Rooms For Rent
ROOM FOR RENT
Large room,
utilities included.
washer dryer, share
kitchen near Kings
Middle School. $75
per week.
Call 626-2786


.LLGNC


* Camlre-.lr.al eChr, g rin Gre h-R.:..rr,
* Spacious Kitchen & Dining Area with custom cabinets
* Architectural Shingles * Vinyl Exterior Trim
* Luxury Marble Vanity Tops
* Garden Tub and Shower
- Ceiling Fans in all Bedroom and Great Room
, Walk-in Closets in Bedrooms
SFrench Doors * Gas or Wood Fireplace


Will build on Slab or Piers
A-
* * * * *Loj


Visit our website www.steelehomes.cc


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


S.S.STEELE
AND COMPANY, INCORPORATED
quH...gappo-,y 6705 N. Pensacola Blvd. * 477-7880
FL. Lic. #CRC0044810 Toll Free (888) 231-1255


Prin.-

78,100
83,000
83,900
86,800
87,600
90,600
98,100
91,200
95,000
97,300
101,300
101,700
116,600
108,400
131,300
126,300
155,000
117,600
135,800


MODEL OPE
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SUN. CLOED


414
Roommates
Wanted
ROOMMATE
WANTED
Mature adult female
to share small
home. Non-smoking
environment Includes
utilities. Must nave
references.
$300,mo t$100/dep
Call: 626-8748

416
Vacation & Resort


VACATION HOME
Come to the Smoky
Mountains! Two
Rivers Lodge on
Hwy. 19 Has rooms
w/kitchenettes.
beds & sofa beds
on 2 rivers 5 miles
irom Cherokee.
North Carolina Ca-
sinos, ratting, niking
available. Call:
t8501 450-6342 or
1-828-488-2284
www.lworivers
lodgenc.com







452
Apartments
MOTIVATED IN-
VESTOR wants to
Liquidate 2 Units in
Jade Beach, Sunny
Isle. FL. 38th Floor
Unit 'E and 28th
Floor *Unit 'C'.
email:
RMW,' ROCK-
LANDFINANCIAL.C
OM or Call Robert
1818)224-4555

456
Homes
DAVID FANIrIN





502
Apartments
RENTALS 2 to 3 BR
in Jay, Milton and
Pace $400 to $650
per month. Call:
994-5703
504
Commercial
DOG KENNEL in
Mlion w. office,
grooming area &
lenced year.
$700'mo Call Carla:
255-3889

MILTON OFFICE
w/detached 1,000 sf
warehouseisiorage.
Pertecl lor contrac-
for! $650'mo Call
Carla. 255-3889
OFFICE SPACE for
lease or sale 1,200-
2,400 sl $1.500 per
unit monihl:/ Call
293-1187
506
SHomes.-
AVAILABLE NOW
Centrally located
clear brick home
Three bedroom, one
bain. C H.'A. slove &
refrigerator Fenced
backyard. Rent
$725 Deposit $500
18501 981-9695

FOR RENT Brand
new brick home in
Million. 1330 sq it
w 2 car garage on
1 3 acre. $1050 mo.c
No dogs allowed'
Call: 18501 384-9405
HOME FOR sale 4
bed, 2balh all new
appliances included
approx 24-100 sq.ft
large itl in nice
neighborhood
$220,000. Call 850-
380-8844
STONEBROOK
VILLAGE Pace
4BR/2BA ih gated
gplf course com-
munity. 2,092 sq. ft.
Great neighborhood
w good schools
5624 Sandstone Dr.
Asking $291 ,00
Call: (850) 994-6914


506
Homes


NO MONEY DOWN
Free computerized
list of properties
available with no
down payment
Free recorded
message.
1-800-823-4890
totw.pannandle-
nouses.com
ID 5053
C.:..5: I H e C, r,, !I ,


SANTA VILLA
3BR/1.5 BA, brick
home w/lg den&
fenced backyard.
1,326 sf,. new paint
& ceramic lile
througnoul. All kitch-
en appliances lex-
cepl dishwasher).
Avail May 15th No
pet or smokers
$800/mo ' +
$800,'damage de-
posit Call 623-8675
before 7 pm.

510
Land
5 ACRES fenced
pasture for sale.
Located ofl Munson
Hwy. Indian Ford
Rd Close to Cold
Water Creek.
$90 000 957-8784
or 554-5237
LAND FOR RENT
Refer to
Classification
,408 -


NEW TO MARKET
Million. FL
Four 3 or 4 acre
approved, surveyed
individual building
lots on paved
shared laneway ofl
a paved Counly
Road Level.
usable acreage.
N-lo wetlands.
Private & quiet
Beautiful property.
$79,000 - $89,.000
Brochure. OWNER-
iC':.r-necil:ul i#
(8601 567-4604
or website:
www.providence
acres.com



PACE ACREAGE
.Beauilul 5 acre lot
in Woodbine Hills
Can be subdivided.
Partially cleared
w.-good access to
Sweet Bay Dr. Look
for "For Sale' sign
on corner of Sweet
Bay.'Woodglen.
$199.000 Call
12511 463-4329 Ior
more info.



SECLUDED &
SERENE

SNW ot flAs Whit-
ing Field

� 20 Placid acres
zoned agricultural

- 3 mobile homes,
garage, barn. shed

- $263 000C

626-6767





Place a
classified ad
today Phone
623-2120.

SECLUDED &
SERENE

- [W oa -AS Whil-
ing Field

* 20 Placid acres
zoned agricultural

* 3 mobile homes,
garage, barn, shed

* $263,000

* 626-6767


510
Land

TIMBERLINE
DRIVE 1.,2 Acre loi
in established Milton
neighborhood.
Beautiful trees, quiet
sireei. $30,000 Call-
232-2789 before
5pm and 626-7340
after 7pm

512
Mobile Homes


SECLUDED 6
ACRES NE of
Milton - 10 minutes
from Blackwaler
State Park
Two 1999 Palm
Harbor modular
homes. 3BR!/2BA.
Iront/back porch
on both, shop.
storage, fully
stocked fish pond.
4 acres fenced
pasture beautiful
family homesire.
Must sell for
medical reasons
$300.000 lor all
,Call:
18501 957-8784 or
1850) 554-5237







556
Homes

BEAUTIFUL
NORTH CAROLINA
ESCAPE TO BEAU-
TIFUL WESTERN
NC MOUNTAINS
FREE COLOR
BROCHURE & IN-
FORMATION.
MOUNTAIN PROP-
ERTIES WITH
SPECTACULAR
VIEWS HOMES.
CABINS, CREEKS
& INVESTMENT
ACREAGE. Chero-
kee Mountain Realty
GMAC Real Eslate
www.cherokee-
mounilanrealty.com
18001841-5868.

LAKEFRONT LOG
HOME, $99.900.
flew 2000 Sq Ft.
Log Home on Lake
Cumberland, KY.
'Jamesiown'Russell
.Springs Area. ,.1' ,..
Time Available April
22nd!
1800)770-9311
Ext.55.

LOOKING TO OWN
LAND? Invest in ru-
ral acreage through-
out America: coast-
al. mountain, water-
front properties. 20
ro 200 acres. FREE.
monthly Special
Land Reports:
www.iandwanted.co
m, sw.
MOUNTAIN
PROPERTY!
Interested in buying
property in the Blue
Ridge Mountains of
NC? Call Active Re-
ally today at
800-979-5556 or
visit our website at
www AcliveReal-
ryl-IC.corr

MURPHY. NORTH
CAROLINA
.aHH COOL
SUr..tMERS t.ULD
WiIITERS!
Ahordable homes &
nlountain cabins
CALL FOR FREE
BROCHURE
1877i 837-2288
EXIT REALTY
MOUFITAIN VIEW
PROPERTIES
www.exitmurphy.com
NEAR BAXLEY,
GA. 6,200 sqft cy-
press , house/lodge
on 95 acres with 3"
acre pond. Excellent
location, beautiful
home. Hunting &
Fishing Paradise.
$650,000. (912)632-
8916.


Martin A. Hinote

COINS, STAMPS

& JEWELRY


a478-3859,"

235 E. 9 Mile Rd. * Pensacola, FL
(Northview Shopping Center)
WE SPECIALIZE IN
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Pendants * Rings * Bracelets
* Money Clips * 14 ct. Gold * Sterling Silver

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556
Homes

NORTH CAROLINA
Cool Mountain Air,
Views & Streams,
Homes, Cabins &
Acreage. FREE
BROCHURE
1800)642-5333. Re-
ally 01 Murphy 317
Peachtree St. Mur-
phy. N.C. 28906.
www realtyotmur-
phy.com.

NORTH CAROLINA
Gated Lakefront
Community
-1.5 acres +
-90 miles of shore-
line
- Never before oi-
fered with 20 %opre-
develoment dis-
counts & 90 %
financing
Call- 8001709-5253

WESTERN NEW
MEXICO Private 62
acre ranch $110.990
Mt. views, trees, roll-
ing hills, pasture-
land. borders BLM.
1930s sione home-
stead wilh 2 barns.
Horseback riding,
hiking, hunting. Per-
fecl lamilv ranch,
electricity. 100 li-
nancing. NALC
18661 365-2825

558
Investments

1060 ACRE farm in
North Arkansas
Paslure, timber.
great deer and tur-
key hunting. 6
ponds
& 35 acre lake.
$1.500,000
Mossy Oak Proper-
ties of the Ozarks
(800) 783-6634

COASTAL NC
WATERFRONT
1.5 Acres $99.900
Beautiully wooded,
greal views, pristine
shoreline, deep
boalable water, En-
[oy access to ICW,
Sound Atlantic
Paved road, under-
ground utilities.
Excellent financing!
Call now: (800) 732-
6601 x 1510

FINAL CLOSEOUT-
Lake Bargains' April
8. 9. 'Water 'acdess'
Irom $34,900 with
FREE Boat Slips.
PAY NO CLOSING
COSTS! Huge
$5.000 savings on
beautifully wooded
parcels at 34,000
acre 'lake Tennes-
see. Enjoy unlimited
water recreation.
Surrounded by state
forest Excellent fi-
nancing' Call
(800)704-3154. x
722 TN Land Pan-
ners. LLC

INVESTMENT OR
RECREATIONAL
Properties in the
BEAUTIFUL STATE
OF GEORGIA. Con-
laci PeachSiale at
18661 300-7653 or
visit our property for
sale section at
www.rubuyingrea-
lestaie.com
GAL2550

THOROUGHBRED
HORSE FARM 67
acres . $689,900
Beautiful stone
. home, huge barns
indoor arena, 70+
slalls, lush fenced
paddocks, nice set-
ting on quiet country
lane 3.1/2 hrs NYC'
Call nowl (877)909-
5263 http://horse-
farm.upstatenyland.
com. ' :

WEST CENTRAL
Florida Real Estate
Wayne Cormier
Gate House Really
waynecormier.com
your website to Flor-.
ida's Nature Coast
SReal Estate in Citrus
County. Call
(352) 422-0751

560
Land

FLA, ARK, & TENN
lots for sale at bar-


gain prices. Building
lots are still a great
investment. Call to-
day (772) 215-7625
or visit .
www.lotsales.us

FOR SALE
Rural Hunting
Timber land 222.2
acres, $2500/acre. "
Atkinson County,
Georgia. Call for info
(334) 393-5036 or
(334) 464-4004


560
Land

GEORGIA
BLAIRSVILLE IN
THE NORTH
GEORGIA MOUN-
TAINS. Land,
Homes. Commercial
& investment. "EV-
ERYTHING WE
TOUCH TURNS TO
SOLD" Jane Baer
Realty, t706)745-
2261, (800)820-
7829 www.janebaer-
realty c. caneba-
er@alliel.nel

GOLF LOT SALE'
Blue Ridge Moun-
tains! Near Ashe-
ville, NC. Beautifully
wooded homesiles
on 18-hole Dye de-
signed goll course.
Unbelievable irncen-
tlives. Call toll-free
18661334-3253
X 1047cherokeeval-


LAKEFRONT
PROPERTY IN TN
Waterfront, view &
estate homesiles. 1
to 40 acres from the
$40s. Situated
around a 45,000
acre lake. Just' 90
mmn to Nashville.
New building sites
lust released.
Call owner
(8661339-4966.


NC MOUNTAIN
Property for Less!
Brealhtaking Blue
Ridge Parkway.
New River, Stone
Mountain. Golf
Courses and quaint
shops of Sparta.
www.scenicrealty.co
m (8771372-7211 or
18771363-5550

NC MOUNTAINS 3
acres on mountain
top in gaied com-
munity view, Irees.
waterfall & large
public lake nearby.
paved private ac-
cess, $58,500
owner
(8661789-8535
www.NC77.com

NC- ASHEVILLE
AREA HOMESITES
Gated community
with stunning moun-
iain views. Situated
between 2 moun-
tains on over 4 miles
,: riverfront 1 to 8
acres from the $60s.
Custom owners'
lodge, riverwalk &
more
Call (866)292-5762


NEW
PRE-CONSTRUC-
TION
Golf Community-
Coasial Georgia.
Large lots w,' deep-
water, marsh, golt,
nature views. Gated,
Goll, Fitness Center.
Tennis. Trails. Oak
Park Docks. $70k's-
$300k.
(8771266-7376.
www cooperspoinl c
orm.

NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAIN.LAKE
LOTS. Deep water
dockable lots from
$134,900 New
Propenies [low
Available' NClake-
Iront.com Realry
18001659-6017 or
1828i228-6199
www nclaketroni.co


NORTH GA & West-
ern NC- HEAD FOR
STHE MvlOUNJTAINS,'
.Call Mary Hedden,
REMAX Mt. Con-
nection. See hun-
dreds of listings at
www.lakechatuae- ;
properly.com: e-
mail: sold@mary-
hedden.oom.


TN - LAKESIDE
MOUNTAIN ACRE-
AGE Situated
around a 36,000
acre lake in eastern
TN. 1/2 to 5 acre
building sites from
the 40s. Planned
community ameni-
ties & direct lake ac-
cess. Owner:


(866)292-5769.

WESTERN NORTH
CAROLINA, An-
drews. 3.5 acres on
the headwaters of
Valley River, drive
and house pad.
Price $89,500. Val-
leytown Realty
vtr@dnet.net
(800)632-2212
http://valleytownreal-
ty.com.


704
Livestock

PUREBRED TEXAS,
LONGHORN bull"
calves Call 623-
6820

706
Livestock Supplies

FOR SALE
Horse Trailer, 2-
horse, bumper pool,
new tires, new painl.
new wood. $1200.


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


708
Pets

FREE TO GOOD
HOME 3 yr. old
black male dog.
Must have large
yard/high lence.
Free spirited & good-
natured. Great
w.children! Call:
623-8250

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

712
Lost & Found
PETS


FOUND-
BROWN & WHITE
Male Dog in the
Guernsy Rd. Pace
area. Call 995-
5746 or 261-3598
or 261-1173.
LOST 2 Male long
hair Chihuahuas. )
light brown and 1
dark brown. Both
wearing red banda-
nas. Last seen on
Hwy 87N near Tom
Thumb Please re-
lurn - family pets!
Reward if lound.
Call: 983-7969
LOST 9 monlh old
while & black medi-
um hair dog look like
a Springer Spaniel.
LosI in viciniry ol
Slewan St. Reward
oiler 626 - 6444 or
516 - 5445
LOST BEAGLES in
East Milton area.
Right aher Dennis
near ire end ol July
1 male. 1 lemale
Please call wir, 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 dryer $75. Call-
626-4266

812
Farm Equipment

4004 FORD Tractor
$5,000.00, 6610
Ford Tractor
$6.000.00 and other
equipment. Call Roy
at 623-6046.

814
Furniture

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

816
Jewelry

FOR. SALE 2 Dia-


mond rings, 1 Din-
ner & 1 Baguette, 1
Karat + each. Must
seell Call: 994-5546

818
Lawn Equipment

FOR SALE or Trade
2 push type lawn
mowers both $30.
Both in need of re-
pair. (Need used
one). Call: 994-5546







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CROSS
Long poem
Noodles, to a yuppie
Manger visitors
Singer Cantrell
Attendant
The Buckeye State
Emcee's need-
Huck's craft
"Put Happy
Face"
Expedited
Director -Gavras
Chills,
Menageries
Chewy candy
Rankled
Proprietor
Box elder
Colorado Indian
The ___ Hand Of
God (Bogart film)
Rhythm
Satiate
Prefix for angle or
pod
Part of VCR
Soft shoe stuff
Respected
Schoolbag item
Lost
Rustbuckets
Director Ridley
(Thelma & Louise)


818
Lawn Equipment

FOR SALE- Murray
12.5 t.p., 38 in. cut
riding lawnmower
w/dump cart. New,
less than 20 hours
running time. $700.
983-2779.

824
Office Equipment

FOR SALE
Large blonde oak
-computer desk. 3ft
wide 5ft high stand-
ard eight. $500 or
best offer. Call: 994-
1396.

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 (314)209-
9800; Evenings
(314)293-0610.


TURN
TRASH INTO

CASH

Hold a garage or
yard sale.
Contact our
specialists at
623-2120. We
even have yard
sale kits to make
it all easier.


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Sporting Goods


SANTA ROSA GUN &
KNIFE SHOW
Santa Rosa County
Auditorium, Old
Bagdad Hwy, Milton
April 22-23 2006
9am-5pm.
Buy, Sell & Trade
Admission: Adults
$4. 12 & under free
Call Billy Rogers @
850-957-4952
for more into or for
Tables $35 12-days)
For B.eryon'n.s, s r.,, nr.o
corncealod ,jr 1 ,,1 aj 1 Qun
alirvVC- , tq ,,1."iiO?: or .an.
,dc-r All guns rri u:. iib.
mad -open a1 alml iies

830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
BUILDING SALE!
"Go Direc'Save!'
20x26 Now $5100
25x30 $6800. 30x40
$10,600. 40x60
$16,600. Extensive
range of sizes and
models. Extensive
range of sizes and
models. Doorsac-
cessories optional.
Pioneer (800) 668-
5422.


BUILDING SALE
Beat Next Increase!
20x26 Now $4200
25x30 $5800
30x40 $9200
40x60 $14,900
Extensive range of
sizes and models.
Front end optional
Pioneer
(800) 668-5422


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51. His mascot is a
bulldog
54. Accuse
55. Topo Gigio's host
58. A long way off
59. Utterance
60. Artery
61. Quills, once
62. Join
63. Transgresses


DOWN
1. Tarzan portrayer
Lincoln
2. Ache
3. Huanya Capac, e.g.
4. Auto
5. Punch or Judy
6. Burning remains
7. Like some horses
8. _ -speed bike
9. Common verb
10. Brooding
11. Cries of discovery
12. "The __ Outright"'
(Frost)
13. Minute amount
18. Felix's sloppy
roommate
22. Pigeon shed


23. "_ Around"
(Beach Boys)
24. A Marx Brother
25. Norway's capital
26. 48 Hours-star
27. Those in debt
28. Not qualified,
29. Celebrated
30. Controlled
31. Chopin piece
32. Inhibit
34. She jilted Jason
37. Before piece or table
38. Stick to one's ___
40. Va of a three-piece
suit
41. Fortuneteller
43. Consumers
44. William __ Yeats
46. Armistice
47. Keep the beat
48. Bohemian hangout
49. Mideast land
50. "Play it ___lays"
51. Perpetually
52. Hideaway
53. __ Hospices
55. Enos's grandmother
56. Figure in an English
college
57. "___ Been Working
On The Railroad"


. 830
Miscellaneous
For Sale

DEMO HOMESITES
WANTED NOW!
For the NEW Kayak
Pooll The On-
Ground Pool with
In-ground Featuresl
Unique Opportunity.
SAVE $$. Call:
(8661 348-7560
FREE ESTIMATES
Financing




Place a
classified ad
today. Phone
623-2120.

FOR SALE
Lift Chair, excellent
condition, Forrest
Green $250. Sofa
table with glass top
$25. Call: 994-3249

830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
FRESH FLORIDA
PRODUCE
now at Pea Ridge
Flea Marketd Open
Wed-Sun 8:30 am-
3:30 pm Call: 390-
5872 or 791-0059
for more info.
Tomatoes,strawber-
ries, squash, etc..
GUN SAFE
4 x 6 good condition
$600 Call: 983-6672
HANDICAPPED
PORTABLE shower
unit wipump, hosing
& shower chain.
Never been used.
$3,000
Call: 623-3519
HUNT DEER,
TURKEY & QUAIL
Semi-guided hunts
5 days Room includ-
ed Book 5 hunts,
get 1 FREE. Oklaho-
ma bordering Kan-
sas 1 tract along
the Cimarron River.
Approx. 6,000 acres.
Call. Sid at
Woolfolk Ranch
(580) 334-8294
WOLFF TANNING
BEDS Buy Direct
and Savel Full Body
units from $22 a
monthly FREE Color.
Calalog CALL TO-
DAYI 18001842-1305
www np.etstan.com.


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
METAL ROOFING
Save $$$ Buy direct
from manufacturer.
20 colors in stock
with all accessories.
Quick turn around
Delivery available
Toll Free: (888) 393-
0335
NEW STANDING
frame for handicap-
ped person. $2000
Call: 623-3519




We Deliver & Install
Centipede
St. Augustinei
Bermuda
Balled Pine Straw
Call us first, Save Time
Call us last. Save Money
Hwy. 87 So. *Milton
626-8578

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Sc. Augustine
Farm Directr
We Deliver F
434-0066
TWO 8 foot round
permacast columns
6 inch diameters
w/caps & bases.
Call: 623-3519
830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
STEEL BUILDING
SOLUTIONS. "Man-
ufacturer Directl"
Priced to sell - Built
to Last. Featuring
clear span design.
Extensive range of
sizes and models.
Pioneer (800)668-
5422.


832
Miscellaneous
Wanted
GLASS CRAFTER
needs empty glass
soft dnnk bottles, (all
kinds). Not necessa-
rily collectors edi-
tions. Will pick up.
Call: 983-8042
PAY CASH for junk
cars or trucks. Run-
ning or not. Call
983-9527


832
Miscellaneous
Wanted

WANTED TO Buy:
Morgan Silver Dol-
lars and Old US
Coins. Single coins,
accumulations, en-
tire collections. Lit-
tleton Coin Compa-
ny Since 1945. Call
(800)581-2646, e-
mail coinbuy@little-
toncoin.com. Men-
tion code B8K920.

832
Miscellaneous
Wanted

WE BUY HOUSES
Sell yours quick and
easy. Fast Cash,
Fast Closing. Any
Situation OK.
www.buymyman-
sion.com. (877)239-
9761.

834
Lost & Found
MERCHANDISE
FOUND
Boaling & Fishing
equipment left be-
hind at boat launch
at bridge by the Riv-
erwalk. Please call
983-8243 to identify.


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





904
Cars

1987 F250 Heap big
engine lots of pno-
nies. New Edelbrock
carburetor drink
plenty fire water.
New brakes shoes
make-um stop plen-
ty fast. Good trans-
mission make-um go
good $2000 Call:
(850) 981-4934

1998 LINCOLN
TOWNCAR for sale.
One owner. Well
maintained. 78,500
miles 21-24 mpg
MUST SEE! $6 950
Call: (850) 623-9942


904
Cars

1999
VOLKSWAGON
GLS Black, alloy
wheels, AC.front &
side air bags, 6 disc
CD player, power
windows & door
locks, security sys-
tem. $6,500 OBO
Call: 626-4239
2003 HONDA
ACCORD
Red 2 door, leather.
CD player, all power
63,000 $17,900.
Call: William at:
1850) 529-7351

904
Cars

FOR SALE
1972 Mercury Grand
Marque, good run-
ning condition, leath-
er upolstry.
1991 Mazda 626-
overhauled motor,
great car. Shown by
appointment only.
Call: 850-525-8378

906
Boats

BASS STALKER
30LB thrust trolling
motor and battery to
go with it. Call Wil-
liam: (850) 529-7351

FOR SALE
94 Suzuki 200HP on
a 1990 Hydrosport
20' Custom Cove.',
Electronics, Radio,
Ship to Shore. Ta-
deum Trailer &
Stainless Steel Top.
$12.900. 623-5370
or 324-9149.

908
Farm Equipment

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


910
Motorcycles

FOR SALE
Honda Goldwing
motorcycle 1989
GL1500 mint cond.
Maroon, lots of ex-
tras everything new
Call: 983-2296 or
206-4008


912
Motor Homes
1995 FLEETWOOD
Jamboree Search-
er C-Class, excel-
lent condition, load-
ed $15,9500. Milton
Call: 850-814-8767

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

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

918
Trucks
91' CHEVY S-10,
4.3 Liter, V-6
$2,500 994-7286

918
Trucks
1999 MAZDA
B-3000
PICK-UP TRUCK
Red. automatic.
power. V6, AM,,FM
stereo, CD player.
AC, tilt wheel, air
bags, extended cab.
back cover. Excel-
lent condition. Sharp
& well maintained!
$6,900 Call:
1850) 623-4068.

920
Vans
1997 DODGE
CARAVAN SPORT
Loaded.Good conai-
tion.new tires
157.000 miles
$3.100 OBO
Call: 995-4278

FOR SALE
2004 Astro Van, V-
6. 3-seater. AM'FM
CD with MP3. Rear
air, running boards,
towing pkg. 14,388
miles. $15,500 lirm.
Call: 994-5506

922
Other
1973 CHEVROLET
BUS
$1.000 Call
572-6500


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S' DAY BY DAY Quality Fencing
Field Electric, c ' Coumpei,,,. ,,,,pi.ir.lall Di,,y.jr lni:iri.r, ,
SLocally licensed.
Lic. # ER13013420 . owned


EMERALD COAST LAWN SERVICES
Full Service Lawn Care


House
Painting

304-9680
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* Also Removes
Roots, Bushes, Hedgerows
* Backyard Accessible
* Local Contractor-Retired USN
Senior Discount
Licensed 232-8746 insured
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All Types OT i-ences
New Installation and Repairs.
Specializing in Privacy Fences
Our privacy fences are budil wilh SCREWS
Free srrmaie- Locally Owned
License & Insured
V 485-2532


Mike Kaylor
Cement Mason


Patios * Driveways * Walks


Free Esutmates Ouailry work
" No job ioo small Aflordable prices
850-994-0897


ANN BAKNHILL
TRUCKING, INC.
Fill Dirt Brown Dirt


Limestone
Driveway


Crushed Asphalt j
Culverts


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


COMMERCIAL * RESIDENTIAL
GENERATOR INSTALLATION
William

850-791-4381


Lawn Service"
-Mowing
*Debris Removal
UVery
Reasonable
_ Prices


LAWN SERVICE
Mowing, eaging & rimming. Dependable
and reasonable rates
.r-.-I-)


PRESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL
Call: 393-2032

New Hope Painting
& Wallpapering
Inienor & E. % ne r * Residential
* Drywall
* Pressure Cleaning
* Wallpapering
* Carpentry Work
Call the Ericksens today!
723-2550 * 623-6034


Visiting Angels

* In home "
* Companionship ,,
� Meals
* Light housework
* Errands
hws~n


LICENSED AND INSURED
Conventional and Synthetic Syslems

698-8327
626-9164


Buuiings I / rages
All Steel Construction
FREE: Delivery / Setup
Trim / Anchors
OFFICE


PAGER: 850-505-1867
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I land operated.
We look toward
to your call.
fla le reri.n :l .r repi3,r
Call 850-529-3546
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Coker's Lawn &
Tractor Service
Fo,7 ,rmn7 ..,7 o Ia'ac. or 110a,
Clean-ups * Raking
Hauling � Mowing
Bushhogging - Dirt Work
Reasonable Rates * Free Estimates
(850) 529-0434
(850) 623-0493
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'Insured a
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Free Estimates
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Historic District. Downtown Milton :
Beautliul budding & surrounding grounds
provide an ideal sen.ng Ior your celebratior,


Locally Owned and uperatle
Commercial and Residential
Licensed & Insured
Call 324-4035,

DOUG'S LAWN SERVICE


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


,e6 Backhoe Work "'~,
Coe' Stump & Tree Removal o"
Hurricane Clean-up
Dirt Work
No Job Too Big or Small
Brven Ballard


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rental available fo r ieel.ngi, wedding
receptions, anniversary & 10% SC
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Major and Minor Repairs
~ Reroof - Patio Covers ~
~ Screen Rooms - Leveling -
Locally Owned and Operated
Free Estimates
100 o Financing WAC
(850) 857-1051


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Specializing in wood fences.
New installations and repairs.
Competitive pricing.


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Local Home Repair
9 Fence Repair * Installation
*Paint e Drywall eTrim sTile
10 years experience
Contact Paul McMullen
850-723-9767


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

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