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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
Alternate Title: Milton press gazette
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Language: English
Creator: Santa Rosa press gazette
Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
Milton Newspapers
Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Publication Date: April 19, 2006
Copyright Date: 2005
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 76, no. 104 (Mar. 29, 1984)-
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Weekend fire burns 150+ acres
off Mary Kitchens Road... story
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LIBRARY OF FLORIDA HISTORY
UNIVERSITY OF FL
SPO BOX 117007
GAINESUILLE FL 32611-7007


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INSIDE


Getting those

L Full-time consultant to deal only with
traffic signals in two-county area.


By JIM FLETCHER
Press Gaeurr .4.ssist' r Publisher
Tired of near bumper-to-
bumper traffic? Wish somebody
would do something about it'?
You're not alone.
A traffic consultant, will
soon come aboard-tasked
with looking at traffic lights in
Sthe t\\o-counti area.


Jay has a duo which has played
together since Little League in
1998.
See SPORTS, Page 1B.


NEWS


BRIEFS

Expect one-lane
traffic on bridge
The Florida Department of
Transportation uIll be closing
one lane of w eastbound traffic on
the Escambia Bay Bridge
tonight.
The closure will allow the
bridge's contractor to install
bases for plastic rubes that sep-
arate tragicc lane.: ounr the bridge.
The bridge v.ill be restrict-
ed to onelane of traffic from 7
p.m. tomght until 5 a.m. tomor-
row morning
Motorists are being asked
to use caution while driving
over the bridge and to obey reg-
ulatory signs in the work zone.
The tubular delineator
bases. which are 6 inches in
diameter and 1.5 inches in
height.' ill be placed e\ery 40-
50 feet alone the center \ellho\
line of the bridge.
This will alloh \ellow
diliders to be placed on the
bridge during times when two-
%%ay traffic i- needed-niclud-
inn diurjii hurricane evacua-
tions.
For more information on I-
10 bridge work, log on to
\\.escambiabay bridge.con
or call toll free S66-6O7 -,-0707.

Seminar to look
at investments
Darrel R. Greer. the
Edw\ard .ones in estmient repie-
sentati\e \\ll be in Milton
Thursday hosting an education-
al senunar entitled "-Nlo ing
For ward With Your
Investments."
The event begins at 6 p.m.
and is slated to be held at
R\an's Famil\ Steakhouse at
4-55 Higlhay 90 in the
Pace/Pea Ridge area.
The presenter i\ill be
Edward F. Landrn. Regional
Marketing Director for the
SHartford Innestments.
For more information. call
983-1471.


The Press
Gazette is
printed on
1000,o recy-
cled paper
using envi-


ronmentally-friendly soy-based
ink.


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Santa Rosa County
Engineer Roger Bla lock says
the consultant is being hire
through the City of Pensacola.
but will be responsible for look-
ing at traffic lights in both coun-
ties.
At issue? Are the lights
working properly?' Are the\
correctly timed to allow maxi-
mum fliBow? Are, those that are


Unenforced citation


B3 JEFF EVERTS
Press Ga:L tIc S/iiff'- it
SLack of follow\-up by a
property :ow ner on a code viola-
tion citation issued in October
of last \ear could be a con-
tributing factor to a \w ildfire that
broke out Sunda\ off Mar',
Kitchenl Road.
Effie K. Humbert. \\as
issued a Code Enforcement
Notice of Violation on October
11, 2005-ordering materials
to be removed and commercial
activities to "cease and desist"
on residential property located
at 6322 Mary. Kitchens Road
south of Bagdad.
At that time in October,
Humbert was given 30 days to


remove materials from the
property and come into compli-
ance w ith coiuni code.
However, county officials
say it appear' the Code
Enforcement office didn't
enforce the citation strictly
enough and Humbert never
cleared the property.
"One of our employ ees had
contact with the people there
until the first of this year," says
Santa Rosa Public Works
Director Tony Gomillion.
"We are no,. ha'i.inc that
employee bring any other infor-
mation regarding this property
in and update the files."
Mounds of hurricane debris
on the property caught fire
Sunday--eventually burning an


lights to 'work'


S.connected
to allow for
- intelli-
gent"
operation
pope rI y
co m u n -


rating?
While most of the consul-
tant's work n ill likely be a within
Escambia County, Bla1lock
says Santa Rosa should see at
least 30 lights addressed each
Near and that, he sams. will go a


may have

Estimated 154 acres of land.
Code Enforcement officials
v.ent to the property on
Monday -after the fire to serve a
follow -up citation-only to have,
according to county officials,
Humbert's son, Paul, curse
them and leave the property
before the citation could be
served.
Humbert could now be.fac-
ing both civil and criminal
charges relating to both. the
code enforcement issue and the
lile itself, according to several
sources.
Gomillion says the county
could assess certain civil liabil-
ities against Humbert pertain-
ing to the damage incurred by
the fire.


long "ay toward improving the
traffic fo(%.
Santa Rosa motorists have
been confounded ever since
Hurricane Ilan took out the
Interstate 10 bridges. While the
spans were repaired. they were
put back in onlI "liruited" serv-
ice. Hea' ier, eastbound, traffic
is to a oid the bridge and take a
lengthy route around Milton.
but often. the tractor trailers
find their wa\ rumbling along
Highw\ay 90 through the nuddle


of Santa Rosa County.
The site of DOT vehicles
pulling these 18-w heelers to the
side for weighing has become
increasing common as has a
t'w ce-daily snarl along
Highwvay 90.
Santa Rosa County
Commissioners are planning to
put the issue of a one-cent sales
tax before 'oters-seeking the
dollars necessary to both repair
existing roadwa\s. expand
See LIGHTS, Page 5.4.


FEMA


evicts


trailer


resident

By DEBORAH NELSON
Press G :erre Sittaf I'itier
Pace resident Randy
Boutwell made preparations.
Monday afternoon, to spend the
night in his truck.
Nlonday, Boutr\ell. hosee
home \\as destroyed b\
Hurricane Ivan. was evicted
from die FEMA travel trailer
set on his mother's property.
FEMA offered to rent the
trailer to him for $260 per
month, but the unemployed
Boutiell sa\s he can't afford
that.
He also had the opportunity
to bu\ the trailer for $8.500. but
says that. too. \as too expen-
sike.
He sa.s he is still trying to
find employment and get his
paperwork together for hurri-
cane assistance.
"Basically. \what I asked for
a as to give me three more
months." says Bouit\ell.
But FEMA says Boutwell
has had long enough to work
out reco\ ery needs and says it is
ttme to give the trailer back.
Boutwell affirms the
agency gave him $10,00, but
says he didn't keep receipts for
'expenses like having the nearby
destroyed house removed.
Bout\well has also applied
for aid with Rebuild Northwest
Florida, but a letter dated April
13 says the agency needs more
information to render assis-
tance.
That's difficult. the man
says. because he's ha% ing trou-
ble understanding the paper-
w ork process.
"I can't read that welll," says
Boutwell, "I'e got an eighth-
grade education, but I don't
understand all this stuff they're
asking me to sign."
That's not unusual, says
Santa Rosa Long Term
Recover\ Committee head
See FENIA. Page 6.4.


led to weekend fire


"We would first want to
hear from him on what his plan
is to immediately correct the
health and safety issues on the
property," said Gomillion.


"Based on what we hear
from him will dictate if any
civil penalties will be assessed."
Gomillion says if the prob-
See FIRE, Page 6A.


Dry weather leads to alert


By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazette Staff Writer .
Santa Rosa County officials
have issued an official State of
Emergency, due to the threat of
wildfire.
The following activities are
banned in both incorporated
and unincorporated areas of the
County, until the Emergency
order has been lifted:


Open burning (to include
but not limited to campfires,
wildfires. bonfires, trash burn-
ing and other similar forms of
incineration).
The following activities are
exempted from this order: state
permitted burns, authorized
fireworks displays and fire-
works sales which are author-
ized by state law and outdoor
See EMERGENCY, 3A.


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It was a busy day Saturday at Milton's Riverwalk Market as growers and purveyors showed up to swap
goods for cash. Here, Sarah Costas-Lo talks plants with Krys Eldreth whose booth included a wide vari-
ety of plant samples.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Judy Lawson looks over her collection of sweet treats-the woman's
booth offered fresh, local strawberries.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


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Vidalia) while (to the right)
Sarah Costas-Lo finishes a trans-
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the vendors on hand for
Saturday's sale. The Market is
open Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
and Saturday on Willing Street.


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Sheriff's Report


SMarch 20. to April 6.2006
S Dixon H, Charles Allen:
[Iale; 32: Hamilton Bridge
toad. Milton, FL: Probation
/iolation-Felony. 3/20/06
W. White. Arzanda Charles:
'ale: 25: 5224 Nirmtz Rd.,
M ilton, FL: Failure to Appear
,for Felony Offense. 3/20/06
i. Hormuth. Adrian Lenz;
4Male: 29: 207 Florida St.,
'Nice\ille, FL: Drugs-Produce
:Methamphetamine, Drugs-
'Possess Listed Chemical W/Ini
:Manufacture Control Sub.
;3/20/06
SBergeron. Jackie Earl:
'Male: 48; Kings Campground-
Ward Basin Road. Milton. FL;
Probation Violation-Felony.
,/20/06
Freiermuth Jr.. Roger
:Alan: Male: 24; 2985 Ranchette
lq.. Gulf Breeze, FL: DUI and
damage Property. 3/20/06
I Chase. Robert Mlelon;
.i"ale; 51: 5524 Okaloosa St.,
NMilton, FL: Aggrav Asshi
J'V/Deadly Weapon Without
Intent to Kill. 3/31/06
SDavis. Stephanie Lynn:
,Female: 27; 6411 Skyline Dr.,
'Ililton, FL: Marijuana-Possess
l/Intent to Sell Mfg or Deliver
schedule I. Drugs Possess Cnorl
sub W/O Prescription. Narcotic
"Equip-Possess And or Lse.
/31/06
SGoldsmith. Cory Gerard:
'Male: 23; 4865 Webb Cr.
'lilton, FL: Possess Cocaine.
3/31/06
Gooden. Robert Lawrence:
'MNale: 28: 6464 Willow Tree
Ct.. Milton. FL: Damage Prop-
Crim Mischief $200 and under.
Burgl Structure Conmeyance
Unarmed W/Person Inside.
4/l1/06 -
Goranson. Richard Adair:
:!Male: 61; 6265 Buckskin Dr..
NJlilton, FL: Attached
registration License Plate Not
Assigned. Drive While Lic
;Susp Habitual Offender.
3 31/06
SHoare. Phillip Oliver:
lale: 78: 4950 Spring St.. Jay\
; Drive While Lic Susp 3rd
o"t Subseq Offense. 4//106
Grimes. James Lero\:
'Male; 38: 4500 Santa Villa
trive, Pace. FL: Probation
.,'Violarion-Felon\. 4/2/06
S. rI r ,.


|Emergency-
f Continued From Page One.
cooking in barbecue grills.
smokers. or other outdoor
stores located at private resi-
dences.
The ban %ill remain in
*:effect until the Florda Division
"of Foresnry's Drought Index, as
applied to Santa Rosa Count).
falls beloe\ 450 and the fire-
borne threat otherwise has
ended, according to officials.
At that time, Santa Rosa
will issue a public notice to that
effect.
: Just ho\\ dry has it been
lately\ ? See the related story. on
Spage one, about last 'weekend's
brush fire near Garcon Point. A
scale that judges the relative
dnness of area conditions is
nearing the top of that scale.
S StorY written by
Deborah Ne/son. Rieachi
her la: nelsonr@sr-pg.coil


Hurst. .Jr., Frederick
James: Male; 45: 5416
Woodland Ln. Milton- FL: Larc
Theft is $300 or More But Le'ss
Than $5,000. Dealing in Stolen
Property. 3/31/06
Jackson. Joseph McCabe:
Male; 24; 6638 Sanders St..
Milton, FL: Probation
Violanion-Felons (2 cts.
3/31/06
James. Israel: Male: 27:
6318 Matador St., Milton. FL
Vehicular Theft-Grand 3rd
Degree 4/1/06
lJohnson. John Francis:
Male: 46: 6534 College Dr..
Milton. FL: Dnve While Lic
Susp Habitual Offender. 4/2/06
Matheny, Theresa Baker:
Female: 29: 224 Garden St.,
Pensacola. FL; Probation
Violation-FelonN. 3/31/06
lMedeiros. Mark Anthony
Thomas: Male: 27; 3409
Greenbrier Cr., Gulf Breeze,
FL: Aggrav Asslt W/DeadlI
Weapon W/O Intent to Kill.
4/2/06
Penton, Sandy Kay;
Female; 38: 6535 Palomino
Drive. Milton. FL: Vehic Theft-
Grand 3rd Degree, Larc-Petit
1st Offense. 4/2/06
Peppenhorst, Celenda
Gail: Female: 5008 Clinton
Rd., Pace. FL: Drugs-Possess
Cntrl Sub W/O Prescription (2
cts.i. 3/31/06
Chancellor. James Kevin:
Male: 38; 2426 St. Ann St..
Owensboro, KY: DUI. 4/1/06
Dinette. Joseph W.: Male:
44: 5660 Saufley Fld Rd..
Pensacola. FL: DUI. 4/2/06
Lige. Timothy Earl: Male;
46: 3007 Woodil Park Dr.,
Nlontgomer., AL: DLI. 4/1/06
W\onnell Jr.. Robert
Arthur: Male: 44: 4712 Fo\ ler.,
Pace, FL: DUI. 4/2/06
Woerner. Christopher G.:
Male: 32: Pensacola, FL: DUL.
4/2/06
Bowman. Charles Edward:
Male: 56; 707 N Street.
Pensacola, FL: Veh Theft-
Grand 3rd Degree. 4/3/(06
Gill Jr., James Calvin:
Male: 34; 6525 Sch\\ab Dr.,
Pensacola. FL: Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense I2
cts. 4/3/06
Morgan. Robert Deann:
Male; 20: 2655,Q.\more,,Dr.
Navarre, FL: Failure to Appear
for Felony Offense. 4/2/06
Morris. Tanya Susan:
Female: 31: 5839 Pnnceton
Dr.. Pensacola. FL; Probation
Violanon-FelonN.. 4/3/06
Slate. Teresa Ann: Female:
45: 5174 Blackmon Dr.. Jay.
FL: Probation Violation-Felons.
4/3/06
Spears. Amanda Damelle:
Female: 20: 13025 Munson
H%\v., Milton. FL: Larc-Peti
1t offense i2 cts.i. Fraud-Litter
False Instrument i2 ctIs.,


Perjury-in an Official
Proceeding. 4/3/06
Williams, Shelly L.ynn:
Female; 22: 7945 Kamie Ci.
Million. FL: Probation
Violation-Felony. 4/3/06
Zarahn, Shawnda Evelyn;
Female: 26; 5336 Sunset Dr.,
Pace. FL: Fraud-Utter False
Instrument. Probation
Violation-Felony. 4/3/06
Diamond. Tasha Nicole:
Female; 18: 12576 Chumuckla
H\vy.. Jay. FL: Crimes Against
Person Exploitation of Elderly
Under $20.000. 4/3/06
Farmer, Edgar Boyd:
Male: 24: 4156 Westport Dr..
Milton. FL: DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 4th or Subsequent
Offense. Flee Elude LEO at
High Speed. Resist Officer-
Obstruct W/O Violence. 4/3/06
Legacy. Christine Rene:
Female: 44: 9115 Eagle Nest
Dr., Navarre. FL: Probation
Violation-Felony. 4/3/06
Nelson. Jeremy Lekesha;
Male: 18: 7024 Heath Rd..
Million. FL: Possess Cocaine.
4/3/06
Olsen. Timothy David:
Male: 21: 1207 Dunmire St.,
Pensacola. FL: Possess
Marijuana O\er 20 Grams.
4/3/06
Bonckowski. Matthew
Aaron: Male: 24: 4958 Lambert
Ln. Million. FL: Probation
Violation-Felony. 4/4/06
Clark. Christopher Lee:
Male: 27: 4064 Scottsdale A\e..
-Pace. FL: Aggrav Battery-
Person Uses A Deadly Weapon
domestic Violence). 4/3/06
Dalton. Thomas Aaron:
Male: 40: 5315 Edeker Circle.
Jay. FL: Drugs-Possess Cntrl
Sub W/O Prescription 19 cts.)
4/4/06
Dicks., Stephen Michael:
Male: 26: 3821 22nd Ave.,
Ocala. FL: Larc-Grand Theft
$5.000 or More Less Than
$10.000. 4/4/06
Ellington. Stephanie Jean;
Female: 57; 3294 Wallace Lake
Rd., Pace. FL: Possess of
Weapon or Ammo by
Con% icted Fla. Felon. 4/3/06
Heirholzer. Robert Henry:
Male; 67: 4132 Cooley Drise.
Pace. FL; Aggrav Assli
W/Deddly Weapon \/O .Intent
to Kill iotic OiJ,,enej ,
Battery-Touch or Strike
domestic violencee 4/4/06
Rulo. John Joseph: Male;
42: 1522 Magnolia Manor, Gulf
Breeze. FL: Probation
Violation-Felony. 4/4/06
Pellechia. Y'ette Yen:
Female: 31: 2183 Punham Ct..
Na\arre. FL: Larc-Theft Over
$300 Under $5.000. Fraud-
S\w indle-Obtain Properm rinder
520.000. Ndg
Callahan. Margaret
Jeanette: Female; 35: 6651
Dingo Dr.. NMilon, FL; Resist


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Officer Obstruct By Disguised
Person. Possess Cocaine,
Narcotic Equip-Possess And Or
Use. 4/4/06
Durand. Mark Thomas;
Male: 27: 7814 Marlette Dr..
Milton, FL: Drive While Lie
Susp 3rd or Subseq Offense.
4/5/06.
Harris. Gwendoly n
DeLoach: Female: 31: 1602
Woodsman Dr., Pensacola. FL;
Possess Cocaine W/Intent to
Sell Mfg Deliv Etc Sched. II.
Narcotic Equip-Possess And Or
Use (3 cts.i 4/5/06
Johnson. Margaret Louise;
Female; 54: 5660 Byrom St.,
Milton. FL: Cocaine-Possess
W/lntent to Sell Mtfg Deli\ Etc.
Schedule II. Narcotic Equip-
Possess And Or Use. (3 cts.)
4/5/06
Mullins. Scan Patrick:
Male 19: 7648 Chablis Cir..
Navarre. FL: Probation
Violation-Felony. 4/5/06
Parker. Matthe\. Charles;
Male: 20: 3032 Reis St., Gulf
Breeze, FL: Burgl of Structure
Conveyance Unarmed W/O
Person Inside. Larc-Theft is
$300 or More, But Less Than
$5,000. 4/5/06
Russo. Ricky William:
Male: 30: 118 Young Street.
Pensacola. FL: Failure to
Appear for Felons Offense.
4/5/06
Scott. Barry Chadwick:
Male: 27: 6573 Sinclair St..
Milton. FL: Probation
Violation-Felon\. 4/5/06
Taylor. Richard Daniel:
Male: 37; 4750 Jerm Dr., Pace.
FL: Probation Violation-Felon'.
4/5/06
.lohnson. Donnie Gene:
Male: 27: 5800 Locust St..
Milton. FL: DUI. 4/5/06
Guzman. Andrea Lynn:
Female: 37%5717 Northrup Rd..
Milton. FL: Battery-Touch or
Strike (domestic \iolencet.
Batter on Officer Firefighter
EMT Etc., Resist Officer-
Obstruct W/O Violence (2 cts.I.
4/6/06
Owen. Heather Lee:
Female: 22: 1716 Black\vell
Ln, Pensacola. FL: Smuggle
Contraband Introduce Into
Detention Facility. 4-6/06.
,Hoa rd.'fl ch ae[- a5d:
"Nalp; 24; 5?1 #k Pittmana
Rd., Milton, FL:arc-Grand of


Firearm. Stolen Propert\-
Dealing in Stolen Proper.
4/6/06
Hill. Charles James: Male:
41: 1220 Tate Rd.. Cantonment.
FL; Probation Violation-Felony.
4/6/06
Durand, Mark Thomas:
Male; 27: 7814 lMarlene Dr.,
Milton. FL: Probation
Violation-Felony. 4/6/06
Cowles, Kurt Allan: Male;
41; 1957 Shannon Rd.,
Navarre. FL: Failure to Appear
For Felony Offense. 4/6/06
Hudson. Jessie Marie:
Female: 33: 4716 Chumuckla
H\vv., Pace. FL: Vehicular
Theft-Grand 3rd Degree. 4/6/06
Johnson. Robert Ira: Male:
27: 8749 S. Lynn Rd.. Milton.
FL: Larc-Grand Theft $10.000
or More Less Than $20.000.
4/6/06
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Got a better idea?
We're really not surprised the na -sayers are
crawling out of the woodwork so soon o\er the
proposed penny sales tax initiative to help sole
our serious and major road problems in Santa Rosa
Counr\.
The single most important question we w ant to
pose to these Critics of those \\ho are at least try-
ing to do something about our growth issues is:
'Just exactly \%hat is your plan. solution or sugges-
tion to deal % ith the issue?'
Right out of the chute, we are seeing these
negative-minded critics flapping their gums o'er a
w.ell-thought-out senes of plans that \\ill directly
deal wilth our seriously overcrowded roads and
high" a s.
County Counmissioner Don Salter. \ ho has.
S over the last several years, put together a specific
plan to deal with gro" th. could not have said it bet-
ter in describing \\hat the few critics are tr ing to
do.
He said he welcomes criticism over his actions
when jusufied. but to simply oppose a plan for per-
sonal or ulterior motl\es is being nothing more
than a hI pocrile
And. we rmght add, such tactics are detnmen-
t : al to the good of all the citizens of Santa Rosa
Counr\.
What we. as voters, are being asked to do is
contribute to the solultou.
If we place our trust in our elected officials as
to what the\ are trying tu do to ease everyone's
frustrations, and the\ don't perform. then we can
S vote them out of public office.
Unless there is something else out there that is
better than %that is being proposed, and at this
point there's not. then we should all show our sup-
port.
Listen people of Santa Rosa County. we all
know our roads can't accommodate the traffic not
and with the groi t that is occurring, the senous
problem till on lyget much \iorse.
Something has to be done now and if we. as
the majority, conunue to do nothing more than
complain, the consequences of our inaction w ill be
much worse that a simple penny at the cash regis-
ter.
,*; As Commissioner Tom Stewart told one of the
na -sa\ers 1at a recent commission meeting \ho
w as rejecting the best and only plan that is one the
table, no action \\ill only result in higher property
taxes. Such actions \ ill not impact everyone \\ho
uses our roads and highways and tery possibly
could lead to much higher impact fees on develop-
ers and new\ home buyers.
If these negatjme-mnnded people are going to
come out in opposition to a penn. sales tax for
road projects. then e expect-and demand-they
present a better alternative.
We. alonc 1\ ith the rest of the voters in Santa
Rosa Counti. would certain\ v elconie a better
plan and. %we're isure. so would our elected offi-
cials.
What \we observe is a group of negative people
w ho continually attack everr thing our elected offi-
cials do w without offering anything w hatsoe\er to
address the severe issues facing our county.
The old adage sa\s te are to lead. follow orc
get out of the %ay\. The same can be said of our
Current road problems. If you don't like the ideas
put forward to solle our w oes. then try to come up
\with something better.
It's just the night thing to do.


APRIL 19. 2006


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The poor can volunteer, too


FM: ABlRAHAM P.AULOS
Dear Editor:
I didn't need my alarm clock that day. The sound
of my stomach grow ling from the lack of food assured
me it \\as time to get up. I \tas so anxious that I did-
n't need to eat breakfast. even if there were an.. It was
Saturday and my mother and I \was on the w ay to my
elementary school for the Food and Clothing Drive.
NMy mom bundled me up as best as she could and
she threw on her t\vo jackets. We trekked through the
w ind that pierced my jacket.
By the time we reached the line for food and
clothing. I could barely see the school, due to the
usual long wait. My mom \as generally quiet in line,
probably praying that no one would recognize us, but
today \\as different. It \\as too cold to stay silent. We
talked in the shivering cold about which of m teach-
ers had a \endetta against me this y.ear. which female
family member made the best traditional dishes (she
did of course), winning the lottery, and \what \we
%would do %with the money if %we were millionaires.
lMy mom thought. as do many immigrants, that
our poverty was only temporary, a necessary\ condi-
tion %%e would have to endure until my brothers and I
would go on to college and deliver us from this evil. It
w as then that my mom asked me \what I wanted to be
in life. I gave her the %well-rehearsed answer of want-
ing to be a lawyer or a businessman (anything that
made money. and she was pleased with the response.
Unfortunately, she had a follow up question that I
%wasn't ready for. She asked what I wanted to do in
life. Caught completely off-guard. I told her I wanted
to help poor people. She stared at me and laughed as
if I had not understood, and then she repeated the
question. Nly reply remained unchanged. This time.
my mom gazed at me with disbelief and hollered in
broken English. "'We are poor. stupid! We must first
not be poor then we may help." To calm her down, I
agreed.
The line started to move and our conversation
dropped into an uncomfortable silence.
When \we reached the table to collect our portion.
I noticed that most of the volunteerss were students
"\ho attended schools from the affluent suburbs that
surrounded the inner citN. These "well-off' students
would dedicate one Saturday a month to fulfill their
community service requirements. It \\as then that I
understood my mother's reaction to m answer.
Later in my life. I was fortunate to receive schol-
arships and assistance to study at some of the most
prestigious educational institutions in die United
States.
Throughout my experience in lugher education.
there has always been an emphasis on being socially
active and providing services to the impoverished.
When I volunteered in low-income neighborhoods. I
. was often the poorest volunteer w while my co-w\orkers
were generally from middle to upper class back-
grounds. I have al.wa\s been discouraged by the
absence of volunteers \who come from disadvantaged
backgrounds when it comes to organizing and admin-
istering aid. Surely the\ were out there! Who better to
help facilitate these social programs than those who
benefited from the ser\ ices being offered?
The homeless helping homeless, hungry helping
the hungry, and the poor helping the poor is an inte-
gral step to counteract the cycle of dependency and
allow for more ditersity. It would empower the less


fortunate to take action, and pro\ ide self-respect and
relief through solidarit-. camaraderie, and universal
comfort.
There are certain values that are acquired through
volunteering that are constructive to a person's char-
acter. Values such as gratitude, appreciation, fulfill-
ment. and confidence are rarely emphasized or
included in social assistance. These values are. at
times, more important than food. It could also be ben-
eficial for those who want to be of assistance to gain
insight on enhancing long-term solutions to poverty.
Ho\ weer. the greatest gain of all for volunteers is self-
esteem.
Volunteering instlls a sense of importance and
self-reliance. By increasing empowerment, it
enhances more positive social interactions and builds
social support networks. Empowerment of the disad-
vantaged is the soil in which the tree of social jus-
tice can grow.

It's time to come clean

FM: W.O. JONES
Dear Editor:

On April 19. it \\ill be 11 years since the bomb-
ing of the Murrah Building in Oklahoma City. I con-
tend the government has not told citizens what they
know about that situation. M1 reasons follow.
On June 11 .2001. the da\ NMcVeigh was execut-
ed, then-'President Bush \Sas quoted as saying "under
the laws of our country, this matter is concluded."
On June 15, 2001. I wrote to dithe Department of
Justice and requested the interview forms, called 302
forms, on the follow ing that were in some %was con-
nected to the bombing.
The fifteen to seventeen ATF agents % ho worked
in the Murrah Building, but reported did not work that
morning, the manager of the Dreamland Motel w here
McVeigh stayed, the food delitery person t ho deli -
ered food to McVeigh's motel room. the deli\ern
truck driver \\ho said he pulled up behind the Ryder
truck in front of the Murrah Building, the judge
whose office \\as directly across the street from the
Murrah building, the person \ ho was in charge of the
search team which was around the Murrah Building
earl\ in the morning of April 19. 1995. the explosive
expert from Chattanooga w ho bid on taking the bal-
ance of the Murrah Building down, on Retired Air
Force General Benton Partin "who is an explosive
expert and had many questions about the damage to
the Murrah Building and I planned on requesting
more 302 forms at a later time.
Since I received no replay to the 6-15-01 letter. I
followed up on 9-1-01. on 9-12-01. on 10-5-01. on 7-
4-02 and an appeal on 10-22-02.
On these follow\-up letters. I copied President
Bush. Attorney general Ashcroft, FBI Director
Mueller. seven U.S. Senators, and four U.S. House
members.
The result of all of these letters came on 9-10-02
from the FBI and rejected all of my requests.
If "...under the law s of our country, this matter is
concluded." w' hy no replay ? What are the\ hiding? .
Perhaps you s\ill contact your Senators and U.S.
House member and ask them 'why the Congress held
no hearing on the matter.
Will the truth set them free"


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You Spoke Out,

Santa Rosa...
SaturdaN. 4:37 p.m.
To deal w ith the roads. I tray-'
el High\a\y 90 Monday through-
Friday in the morning and I take
10. Coming home. I take 90 and:
that is' usually backed up all the'
way1 to the Burger King in Pace.'
That's normal traffic. I can't'
imagine if \we ha\e a storm and
need to get everyone out of here.
It is going to be complete dead-
lock almost like in Nev\ Orleans.
It's a bad situation before they'
eten start.

Saturday. 12:19 p.m.
This is Jesse. A while back.'
my sister's grandbab. was born;
with a hole in the heart. We putC
jars all around Santa Rosa County'
and I \would like to thank e\ery-.
one \\ho ga\e and helped that
baby get on its feet. God bless}
you all.

Saturday. 12:15 p.m.
This is Thomas. I was calling
about the guy talking about big-:
ger sized tow ns. I been to bigger
tosw ns. I've seen condos and drugs'
and prostitutes and the like. Sure.'
\we need new\ businesses doiwn-!
tow n. but \e don't need the prob-i
lems that come with big cities.'
I'\e been here all my life and
don't want to see things change.
Thank sou.

Saturday. 10:15 a.m.
So on Frida\ there \ere
already 1.500 applicants for 17
liquor licenses. All I can say is
that there sure must be money in;
that booze. No \onder so many
people fought so hard to get alco-'
hol in the counts. Look at the
money the state is getung froni
applications and the liquor stored
haven't even opened yet. It',
almost amazing to read about.

Saturday 9:47 a m.
I don't see what all the flap ii
about over \when the county,
decides to hold a sales tax otee:
Let them pick the day. Whate'\e
the day. I \ ill be there. You have
mwo weeks before the election td
vote so. I can pick the day and
time that is conenment to me:
Don't tell me that if someone is
strongly against this tax that they
won't take a few minutes out of
their time any ;day two %eek~
befordie e ote to go and cast a
ballot. This seems like much ado
about nodding.


You may Speak Out any
time, day or night. Just call our
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capacity on some and, in a few,
instances. create totally new
routes designed to take the load
fff of the count) s most heavi-
bl-traveled routes.
But even if voters give the
thumbs-up to the tax, relief
from that type of %ork is likely
many months into the future.
Many hope b% making sure
the existing traffic lights per-
form at optimum capacity.
Santa Rosa can. at least, make
the most of a bad situation.
The traffic consultant is
expected to work in an on-
going fashion-evaluating the
lights at key intersections.
While the consultant is not
tasked with repairing broken
lights. he is expected to re-time
those in need of such work and
offering other suggestions to
keep the traffic flo\\ing.
But even this relief is not
around the corner. Blaylock
speculates it could be late sum-
mer or early fall before the con-
sultant can be hired and start
making his first evaluauons of
lights in Santa Rosa.
The traffic situation may
get worse before it gets better.
Later this \ear, the Florida DOT
is slated to begin resurfacing
and other improvements to
Highway 90 from A alone
Blvd. to Stewart Street.i
Tan\a Kindig. DOT
spokesperson, has previously
noted the 1.9-mile stretch of
roadwork is expected to cost
about $1.5 million and take


about six months to complete.
It in\oltes not only resur-
facing of Highway 90. but also
median and turn lane modifica-
tons.
While sur\eying work
began in March. officials say


the project is currently running
'"slightly behind schedule"' and
actual roadwork is not expected
to begin until about mid-May.
Anderson Columbia. the
firm hired to perform the work.
has been instructed to avoid


lane closures from 7 a.m. until
6:30 p.m. or on holidays.
Still. many moiornist say
they're not sure that will be
enough-especially if another
hurricane throw\s additional
traffic onto Highway 90.


Milton PD watching crossings


By JEFF EVERTS
Press Ga:enue Start" itei
Milton Police Chief Greg
Brand says this week is 'Train
Safety Awareness Week.'
For the remainder of the
\week. officers from the Milton
Police Department will be
observing traffic near railroad
crossings within the city limits.
Brand says they will be
paying close attention to school
buses, commercial vehicles.
and any vehicles that go around
crossing arms.
"Every collision between a
vehicle, and a train is preventa-
ble." says Special Agent Bruce
Shaw of the CSX Railroad
Police Department.
As part of the awareness
campaign put forth by Florida
Governor Jeb Bush. police offi-
cers from throughout the state
are joining together in an effort
to reduce the number of fatal
crashes that occur each year at
railroad crossings.
"More than half of the col-
lision, at these public crossings
occur where active warning


de\ ices. such as flashing lights
and gates. exists," says Gary
Fitzpatrick. State Coordinator
for Florida Operation Lifesaver.
'"We encourage everyone to
take these warning de\ ices seri-
ously and to never ir to beat a


train.
According to Brand. viola-
tors can be fined up to $115.50
and receive three points on their
driver's license.
Reach writer at:
evetis @C' r-p. corn


ROTC honors local youth


Bi JEFF EVERTS
Pres' Gazente Staft Writer
The Ancient and Accepted
Scottish Rite. Supreme
Council. located in Washington.
D.C.. is recognizing several
local high school students for
outstanding achie ement.
They are being honored for
their achievements as part of
the Junior Reserve Officer
Training Corps at their respec-
tie high schools.
Among those honored,
Cadet Micah Whalen of Gulf
Breeze High School. Cadet
SCPO Kell Eddleman of
Milton High School. Cadet LT
Jamnes Lambert of Pace High


School. and Cadet LTJG Craig
Haggert of Natarre High
School.
They \ill be recognized
either this month or next during
ceremonies at' each of their
respective schools.
Each w ill receive a certifi-
cate and a medal from the
organization.
The Scottish Rite of
FreemasonrN takes great pleas-
ure each Near in making these
presentations and displaying
Scottish Rite support for our
future military leaders.

Stryi wriiten by Jeff
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In the meantime, work con-
tinues on the new I-10 bridges.
Relief is not expected from that
source until Chrismras..
When work does begin on
High\way 90. cre\s are expect-
ed to begin around A\alon
Boulevard and \work eastward
cow ard Stewart Sreet.
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Students at jay Elementary
raised funds for this Friday's
Relay for Life event at Jay High
School. On Thursday afternoon,
the first graders at Jay
Elementary took to the track for
the Royal Stride for Pride during
their physical education period
in the photo above. (Left)
During Thursday's event, several
guests stopped by to show their
support for the children.
Jennifer Acree joins the activi-
ties and gives her son, Lee, 7,
some money for a raffel ticket.
joining the Acrees during their
walk was laden Moore, age 6.
Press Gazette photos
by Bill Gamblin


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Fire
Colinucitd From Page One.
lem continues to be ongoing.
the county \\ill then ha\e to
identify\ what means it has to
correct the truation.
In addition to possible
county penalties. Romi White


of the State Di\ ision of i-orestr,
savs Humbert could .also be
held liable for the cost of fire
suppression efforts, ~\which
could. she :as s. be expensive.
"The cost of the helicopter
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the airplane and any other costs
for the suppression." White
says.
And, the Environmental
Division of the Santa Rosa
CounrN Sheriff's Office has also
gotten involved, according to
spokesman Scon Haines.
"WVe have issued t\o mis-
demeanor charges against (the
Huberts) for smoke nuisance
and for the nuisance caused by
the piles of mulch," said
Haines.
"And. if we are unable to
locate him to issue the citations.
an arrest \'arrant will be
Issued."
The fire caused panic in
mania of the residents in the
area as s wathe second major
tire there in the past month.
"I1 \as driving down
Garcon Point Road and the sky
\\as black and orange and oag there
\as no air." said Jennifer
Collins\ orti.
"I saw flames ten feet from
someone's house and people
running down the road cry ig."
What Collins\\orth \\as
referring to \ as another fire,
which broke out on Sunday.
spurred on by \what is already
becoming one of the driest
Springs on record.


NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
A meeting of the Santa Rosa County Board of Adjustment will be held on
May 4. 2006 at 5:30 pm at the Santa Rosa County Administrative Complex. in
the Conmmisioners Boardroom located at 6495 Caroline Street, Milton. Florida.

The public is invited to attend and provide verbal or written comment. You are
also invited to provide \written comment to our office at least one day prior to
the scheduled meeting for presentation to the Board if unable to attend this
meeting.

Information concerning these items may be inspected during regular business
hours (M-F 7:30-4:30) at our office located at 6051 Old Bagdad Hwy.. Milton.
FL. The agenda is available on the Planning and Zoning page of the County's
website at ,www.co.santa-rosa.fl.us.

If you have any questions regarding this meeting, please call the Santa Rosa
Counts Community Planning. Zoning, and Development Division at
18501 981-7075 or i850) 939-1259.
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Forestry officials say the
fire broke out along Mary
Kitchens Road near Garcon
Point Road Sunday afternoon
and eventually scorched more
than 150 acres of land, even
threatening several homes in
the area.
"The radio station was say-
ing no homes were in danger,
but I told my husband some
people were about to lose their
homes... it was sad,"
Collins\ north continued.
Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Deputy George
Haw\kins and his wife Kelly
were forced to evacuate their
home in the face of the oncom-
ing fire.
"I was OK. but my wife
\\as stressing out." Ha\wkins
said.
"I \\as pretty nervous.
Kelly Haw\kins added.
Hawkins says they packed
up four vehicles with personal
belongings and left their home
at about 3 p.m. They were
finally able to return to the area
at around 9 p.m.. but \were stay-
ing at her brother's home
approximately three-quarters of
a mile from their ow\n.
"They wouldn't let anyone
back into the area." Mrs.
Ha\ kins said.
At the height of the fire.
personnel from over a dozen
fire units along with a Forestry
Di\ ision helicopter were
involved in battling the blaze.
according to Romi White of the
Division of Forestry.
According to White. the fire
broke out in huge piles of
mulch on property just north of
Mary Kitchens Road south of I-
10 between Garcon Point Road
and Avalon Boulevard.
The mulch, according to
neighbors. had been there since
Hurricane Ivan.
White says the owner of the
property estimated there were
300.000 cubic feet of mulch in
the mounds.
Strong winds, estimated at
25-mph. fanned the flames and
pushed them to the north and
northeast bringing the fire out
onto Garcon Point Road south
of Burlvhood Drive.


Firefighters at the scene of last weekend's wildfire off Mary Kitchens
Road. Photo by Jeff Everts


Ho\\e\er. White says
Forestry officials were able to
plow\ a fire line around the blaze
and use land charred by another
recent fire to have it virtually
contained by late Sunday
evening.
B\ Molnday afternoon.
White said the fire \as 100'c
contained and that Forestry
employ ees w ere \ widening some
fire lines and adding new% ones
in anticipation of possible shifts
in the ind.
Suniday'- fire broke out inI
the same area of the counts as a
larger fire. \w which burned almost
400 acres on March 30.
Heavy smoke covered the
entire area causing the
High\%wa Patrol and the
Sheriff's Department to restrict
traffic on the roada\\as around
the fire.
While says that by Monlday
afternoon, the smoke had dissi-
pated-except .around the
immediate area of the fire's ori-
gin.
White notes Forestr\
Di\ ision Investigator Lt.
Darrell Cohoon had determined
Sunday's fire was caused by
\what he termed to be 'sponta-
neous combustion' %within the
mounds of mulch.
Because of Cohoon's find-
ings. White said she expects no
criminal charges to be filed
against the property owner.
That determination didn't
surprise Deputy Hawkins \who
said. "that mulch has been


cooking out there for a long
time."
While stated that one fire-
fighter had been treated and
released from a local hospital
for heat exhaustion but, other
than that. no injuries were.
reported because of the fire.
White says Forestry offi-
cials are very concerned about,
the dry conditions in the county,
although. Hawkins points out.
one other concern nervous resi-
dents in that area ha\e:
"We haven't had a con-'
trolled burn in this area in at,
least ten years and that would,
help." stated Ha\ kins.
According to White, the1
current Keetch-B rom Drought,
Index rating, measuring how
dry the area is. stood at 557 our
of a possible 700 on Sunday'
afternoon.
This compares to the same'
time last Near when the index
\\as around 50 because of the
large amount of rain which
soaked the area during the
spring.
"Conditions are definitely
ripe for wild fires right now."
says White.
Unfortunately, the new s for
area residents doesn't look to:
get any better as forecasters are
predicting more dry weather at.
least through the next ten days
to two weeks.
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Stirling Boomho\wer, for people
to fall through the cracks due to
difficulties negotiating the
paperwork system.
"Definitely." he notes.
"There's going to be a lot of
them."
As FEMA evictions begin
to appear on the horizon, cases
like Boutcell's are likely to
increase, officials note.
Boonmhow er sa s the LTRC
and the United Was are work-
ing to assist cases like
Boutwell's. but state and
Federal monies are still tied up.
"We're working on some
and trying to get them into
housing and trying to get their
FEMA trailers purchased." sa\s


Boorrhower.
Bout\iell says he'd take a
FENIA trailer over nothing any
time.
It gets claustrophobic in',
there sometimes, he says. "but!
it beats sleeping up in a truck." ,
Boutwell says he'll li\e in'
the truck and two tents he has
pitched on the property while
he continues to \\ork on finding
housing.
"I \~as going to try to put
my clothes and stuff like that in,
the tents": he says. "and hope it
doesn't rain for a % while.
"We'll find out if the tents
leak next time it rains." he says
as he packs his things together..

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Hey Veterans!
Warning!! Just got this
e-mail Thursday about an
organization called
Veterans Affairs Services
(VAS), which is providing
information about VA and
collecting personal infor-
mation on veterans. THIS
ORGANIZATION IS NOT
AFFILIATED WITH VA
IN ANY WAY.
VAS may get access to
military personnel
because of their close
resemblance to the VA
name. It is very impor-
tant to get this informa-
tion out to our veterans
about this group and their
lack of affiliation or
endorsement by VA to
provide services.
Not to be confused with
Santa Rosa County
Veterans Services. This
office has trained staff to
assist veterans and their
families with claims for
benefits. These Veteran
Service Officers provide
FREE assistance in a
friendly, helpful, confiden-
tial manner. If they don't
know the answer, they will
find out.
Again. I would be highly
suspicious of an organiza-
tion (VAS) contacting me
out of the blue and request-
ing information. If you
have any questions, contact
the Santa Rosa County
Veteran Service Office in
Milton at 626-8724 or Gulf
Breeze at 932-9508.


Hurry!
Only 500 tickets!
The Rotary Club of Milton is
now in the process of selling
500 tickets for a 42" Plasma TV
for only $20 each! A drawing
w ill be held on April 25. 2006 to
determine the winner! You may
purchase a ticket from any
Milton Rotary member or by
calling Katie Lane at 981-3352
or Jimmre Melvin at 626-2632.
All proceeds w ill go to charities
in our community! This is the
first fundraiser for the ne\wl\
formed club.

Cemetery
Board to meet
The Milton Benevolent
Cemeierv Board will meet on
Monday. April 24. 2006 at 2
p.m. in Conference Room B of
City Hall. 6738' Dixon Street.
For further information on the
meeting. contact the City
Manager's Office at 983-5411.
All meetings are open to the
public.

Parks
Committee to meet
The City of Milton Parks &
Recreation Committee \till
meet on Monday, April 24.
2006. at 8:30 a.m. in
Conference Room B at City
Hall. 6738 Dixon Street. For
further information on the meet-


ing, contact the City Manager's
Office at 983-5411. All meet-
ings are open to the pubhc.

Advisory
committee to meet
Avalon Middle School's
Advisory Committee will be
meeting Thursday. April 27. at 6
p.m. in the Media Center of the
School. Al meetings are open to
the public.

Quilt Sew-In
coming up
On MIonday. April 24. the
Piecemakers Guild \\ill be
meeting at Milton Communiry
Center on Byrom Street for a
Charity Quilt Sew In. These
quilts are donated to the Fire
Department to be handed out as
needed, to our local nursing
homes, and our new project
Santa Rosa Kid's House. Some
of the fabric has been donated
from the community and this
helps in making quilts. The
community's continued support
\\ill help us continue making
our charity quilts. For more
information please call Ren
Batchelor at 994-1237.

Senior Expo planned
The Santa Rosa Medical
Center alone \ with the Retired &
Senior Volunteer Program of
Santa Rosa County announces
today the final plans for the 8th
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Annual Senior Expo and Health
Fair to be held Thursday. May
18. 2006 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at
the East Milton Recreation
Center. 8604 Bobby Brown
Road in Milton. Over 70 busi-
nesses and service organizations
will fill the gymnasium of the
Recreation Center with tables of
exhibits, products, samples.
give-a-w\ays and dozens of door
prizes.
The Health Fair will offer
health screening and informa-
tion about cholesterol, diabetes.
bone density, blood pressure.
nutrition. PSA. pulmonary func-
tion. body fat and more.
Entertainment includes
hourly bingo sessions and great
live performances from local
entertainers.
Brealdast and lunch items
will be available at vern reason-
able prices at the snack bar.
along with a \ariety of Pepsi
products complements of
Buffalo Rock.
Ample parking is available.
Handicapped visitors ma\
unload right at the front door.
Courts. carts \\ill operate in
the parking lots all day to shuttle
visitorss to the center.
Admission is free. The
Health Screening is limited to
the first 200 \ visitors. Volunteers
are expecting upwards of 2500
\ visitors.
For more information please
contact the RSVP office at 983-
5220.

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Gentry,
Rose Marie
1941 -2006
Rose NMarie Gentry. age 65.
of Milton. FL. died
Wednesday. April 12. 2006.
Rose Marie Gentry. born
March 8. 1941. was a former
resident of Ja.. FL. and a mem-
ber of the Poarch Creek Indian
Tribe. She \was a lo\ine wife.
mother. grandmother, sister
and friend.
She was preceded in death
by her parents--William
Walker and Rosa Lee Jackson:
her daughter-Tammy Jane
Gentry: 3 brothers and 3 sis-
ters.
Sur\i\ors include her hus-
bahd of 47 years-- Jack,
Gentry: her sons Tim
iKhaleeni Gentry of Milton,
Steven Wade Gentry of Milton.
and John IJaimei Gentry of
Pace: daughter-Donna Marie
lMabine of Milton: sister-
Bett Gentrn of Walnut Hill:
10 grandchildren and numer-
ous nephews, nieces, cousins
and friends.
Visitation w\as held Frida\.


April 14. 2Ui.i. at Jay -uneral
Home. Funeral services were
held Saturday. April 15, 2006
at 2 p.m. at the Enon Baptist
Church in Escambia Counts.
FL with Pastor Ed McMillian
officiating.
The family \would like to
thank Jay Hospital and Dr. C.
David Smith and staff.
Jay Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.

Harris, Opal Lila
Opal Lila Harris. age 81. of
Milton passed a% ay on
Saturday. April 15. 2006 at her
home.
Mrs. Harris \\as a native and
lifelong resident of Santa Rosa
County. She %\as a member of
the Trinity By the Fields
Anglican Church.
She was preceded in death
by her husband of 34 \ears-.
Julian "Jim" Nelson Harris.
Mrs. Hams is surui\ed by
her 2 daughters-Thersa
Christine Bonoser of Milton
and Dorothy H. Douglas of
Cottonwood. Alabama: 2
brothers-Jack iCathy) Joiner
of Ft. Walhon Beach. and Onris


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SHORES OF SANTA ROSA 4259
COMMUNITY DEVELOP-
MENT DISTRICT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
NOTICE OF PUBUC HEAR- THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
ING CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA
RELATING TO UNIFORM ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
METHOD OF COLLECTIONS JUVENILE DIVISION
CASE NO. 04-DP-144
rcjice Is hereby ~ian irnal InE
Board rc. SuP.r~n~orS 0l the INTHE INTEREST OF:
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nearing will commence al father
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Iol elEcing Io uis ir e ur.ic rm Pensacola, Florida 32503
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YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
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:.0:, or rr.-1 e 1 up-riorr, Il oath has been filed in the
pari-.:.plae t., lri-pr.cnr. AI ihe above styled Court for the
ac-i,- I., l,.--., Ir.-.- ,ll b- .. termination of parental
pii.a.a, ]ic-ii:r.,+ .pr:enrl ;o rights of B.J., a male child,
mnal anv 1ni.reiled pirorion anr born In Escambla County,
anl,,id re m aCeeI.,-' ai Ir.- Florida, by the Department
i c-'e I:.cal,..:.-. ar tC. full, of Children and Family
inlormed C irla rIscu;.:nIr,; Services, for subsequent
la.r,. pia-:e ernr ,nr p-r i.r, or adoption, and you are here-
by i lepnon~nco, ,-mur,.:aiic.r by commanded to be and
appear before the Honorable
Owarner ol The pioperlei i D.e Marci L. Goodman, Judge of
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heard ai luch public rieanna at the Santa Rosa County
Courthouse, 6865 Ca.ollne
Trh. r.ac'irg i o:r 1.ri ir.e Street, Milton, FL 32570, on
public and ail t L.o :nluu: .l ..a the 22nd day of May, 2006, at
3-:-,,danc ,,%in ire pr,3.-aIS->Z 2:00 p.m. You must either
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DGkelepmer.i CD'.ic, the time specified or send a
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meclr.i I 1r., Bji- el l Clerk of said Court and the
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S arla Rc.in C-:.Mmur.ny April, 2006.
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An-;.rre ,G n-ral
Chief Financial Officer
Commissioner of Agriculture
zale Snri--:., D.'ir.,,i: 2 andi
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4/280
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S
SALE
IIOTICE ,i ner,-v given itr
pur.jni.l .; WARiT OF EXECUJ
TIOrC ii r.-i an C,: r.:ul C.. .jr I
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:.n rt i 9rr dasy ol Februr,'/
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rial property o10 w
DESCRIPTION OF PROPER-
TY
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2. Lot 12, Block B, Ashton
Woods Phase I, a Subdivision
01 a 3 p-amrl, ..r -ac1c-i ,.
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Bl6c ,35 AVALONJ BEACH
SLUBOD ISION 3Cccrirai- lo
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Pages I thru 1ur ol tha Fuic
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and it, 3i l1fl,3-ICn '.,l Irm
aboi,--de,:rcizea Ges-culOn
NEliIDELL H-LL SHERIFF
OF SArITA ROSA r ZOUTIT"',
FLORIDA
El-c j vz E C Or- ,rner
bir E C-,rcr.Ar
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I rOij' HAVE a 'tS,-EIL I'
REOuIRiOiG SPECIAL
3CC'i-.TC.I,0iDTIiC-Tt AC- To
aRRAICGE TO IEFV THE
PRFOlPEPTTr PLEASE GiOt
T'aCT .JAWtICE PLATT 185rJI
53i--mil AT LEAST ,EVEN
i.- 1 A' PHi-Jh THE
SALE DATE
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Leeals.


S 1C4 9O6 VUka 71 6th Lot 43
0.'196u Shallmar, FL 32579
Biological father of A.P.,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF minor child
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- DOB: 03/16/1991
CUff, IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
JUVENILE DIVISION FED that a Petition under
CASE NO. 02-DEP-200 oath has been filed In the
above styled Court for the
IN THE INTEREST OF: termination of parental
rights of A.P. only, a female
A.P. 03/16/1991 child, born In Mount
C.P. 0325/1992 Pleasant, Texas, by the
Department of Children and
MINOR CHILD Family Services, for subse-
quent adoption, and you are
TO: Allcla Plerce, Mother hereby commanded to be
I/k/e 2005 Hardy Street and appear before the
Lecompte La Honorable Marcl L.
Goodman, Judge of the
Natural mother of A.P. and Circuit Court In and for
C.P, minor child Santa Rosa County, Florida,
DOB: 03/16/1991 at the Santa Rosa County
Courthouse, 6885 Caroline
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- Street, Milton, FL 32570, on
FIED that a Petition under the 18th day of May, 2006,at
oath has been filed In the 2:00 p.m. You must either
above styled Court for the appear on the date and at
termination of parental the time specified or send a
rights of A.P. only, a female written response to the
child, born In Mount Court prior to that time.
Pleasant, Texas, by the
Department of Children and YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR
Family Services, for subse- OR RESPOND SHALL BE
quent adoption, and you are TREATED AS A CONSENT
hereby commanded to be TO TERMINATION OF
and appear before the PARENTAL RIGHTS AND
Honorable Marcl L. YOU SHALL PERMANENTLY
Goodman, Judge of the LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS
Circuit Court In and for ASA PARENTTOTHECHILD
Santa Rose County, Florida, NAMED IN THE PETITION
at the Santa Rosa County FOR TERMINATION OF
Courthouse, 6865 Caroline PARENTAL RIGHTS.
Street, Milton, FL 32570, on
the 18th day of May, 2006, at WITNESS my hand as the
2:00 p.m. You must either Clerk of said Court and the
appear on the date end at Seal thereof, this 13th day of
the time specified or send a April, 2006.
written response to the
Court prior to that time. CLERK OF COURT
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR FLORIDA
OR RESPOND SHALL BE CIRCUIT COURTSEAL
TREATED AS A CONSENT By: M M Smith
TO TERMINATION OF Deputy Clerk
PARENTAL RIGHTS AND
YOU SHALL PERMANENTLY 0419'06
LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS I0'-4 iE
AS A PARENTTOTHE CHILD 050 0,F.
NAMED IN THE PETITION 0i 1',6
FOR TERMINATION OF 4/284
PARENTAL RIGHTS.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
WITNESS my hand as the THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
Clerk of said Court and the CUIT, IN AND FOR SANTA
Seal thereof, this 13th day of ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
April, 2006. JUVENILE DIVISION
CASE NO. 04-DP-66
CLERK OF COURT
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, IN THE INTEREST OF
FLORIDA
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL P.S. 10/16/1993
R P 10 2':',,JI
By: M M Smith CP 10.,1 2002
Deputy Clerk
MlINOR CHILDRENl
0-L11'06
0-C 2606 TO: Kerry Moon Sheffield,
n-05050. Mother
0?:0 I1/k/a 5387 Nagle Drive
4/283 Milton, FL 32570
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Natural mother of P.S., a
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- minor child
CUIF, IN AND FOR SANTA DOB: 10/16/1993
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
JUVENILE DIVISION YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
CASE NO. 02-DEP-200 FIED that a Petition under
oath has been filed In the
IN THE INTEREST OF: above style Court for the ter-
mination of parental rights
A.P. 0316/1991 of P.S., only, a female child,
C.P 3.2 192 born. In Escambla County,
Florida, by the Department
MINOR CHILD of Children and Family
Services, for subsequent
TO: Gary Pierce, Father adoption, and you are here-


by commanded to be and
appear before the Honorable
Marcl L Goodman, Judge of
the Circuit Court In and for
Santa Rosa County, Florida,
at the Santa Rosa County
Courthouse, 6865 Caroline
Street, Milton, FL 32570, on
the 22nd day of May, 2006, at
2:00 p.m. You must either
appear on the date and at
the time specified or send a
written response to the
Court prior to that time.
YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR
OR RESPOND SHALL BE
TREATED AS A CONSENT
TO TERMINATION OF
PARENTAL RIGHTS AND
YOU SHALL PERMANENTLY
LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS
AS A PARENTTOTHE CHILD
NAMED IN THE PETITION
FOR TERMINATION OF
PARENTAL RIGHTS.
WITNESS my hand as the
Clerk of said Court and the
Seal thereof, this 13th day of
April, 2006.
CLERK OF COURT
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: MM Smith
Deputy Clerk

0.1m2606
05,] ,i6
151''J r.'
4V285
NOTICE OF PROPOSED
ORDINANCE ENACTMENT
TO WHOM IT MAY CON-
CERN:
P'-,'ai- Ca a,.l-l ia11 .:.rr irne
9TH da, ..1 Ma. -:.,'6 at 5 41
pmi. GET al ine Ciry Councill
rme lrriag r-Ci -. t 31 Ihe City Hall
al 6-381 C0n-:.: -.n fi3r ,l. n irr
Cl, 01l MIil,.n Flin3r a in-re
,oII c-a propopead oir enarCjiaar
an Or3,nrn:rii,:. ' rc.le 1 .11 a,

ORDINANCE NO. 1200-06
AN ORDINANCE OF THE
CITY OF MILTON AMENDING
THE CITY OF MILTON PEN-
SION PLAN FOR GENERAL
EMPLOYEES, ADOPTED
PURSUANT TO ORDINANCE
1077; AS SUBSEQUENTLY
AMENDED; AMENDING
SECTION 1, DEFINITIONS
BY AMENDING THE DEFINI-
TION OF "CREDITED SER-
VICE"; AMENDING SECTION
10 OPTIONAL FORMS OF
BENEFITS; AMENDING SEC-
TION 22, DIRECT TRANS-
FERS OF ELIGIBLE
ROLLOVER DISTRIBU-
TIONS; AMENDING SEC-
TION 27, DEFERRED
RETIREMENT OPTION
PLAN; PROVIDING FOR
SEVERABILITY OF PROVI-
SIONS; PROVIDING FOR
CODIFICATION; REPEALING
ALL ORDINANCES IN CON-
FUCT HEREWITH AND PRO-
VIDING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
Tn.;i OIl.rii .: :, .:.:n lIle iT-
Cily Clerl' E ort l otr Ii irrpa .c-
l..:.r, An ,ni.tirciaS l .iparry mray
apEce r 51 int rrni alm n an3.l ce
nc-r d r wil R-sr .e'-s l l Inr I pro.
poC e- Or .r.ance


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DE-wn Noble
C y CilerK
041906
OJ1 906

NOTICE OF PROPOSED
ORDINANCE ENACTMENT
TO WHOM IT MAY CON-
CERN:
Pleas t- advie; l d ina *l :.r. ir,
TH I day -:- .l a.006 03 5 01
prm.n C T a31 i a. i., Cur,.:,l
mailaeai r.:.o.m ai ine C-r, HI ll
al 6738 Dii,-r. Sirel r.- InI
C.ri, .1 rl.1rl..n Fl:.r.,a i.e,ae
wa11 ce prop.:.iea i.d r enacim,,r.
an Ordinan, e who.:ia lille I ase
Ic-l:-ll
ORDINANCE NO. 1201-06
AN ORDINANCE OF THE
CITY OF MILTON AMENDING
THE CITY OF MILTON
MUNICIPAL FIREFIGHTERS'
PENSION TRUST FUND,
ADOPTED PURSUANT TO
ORDINANCE 987, AS SUB-
SEQUENTLY AMENDED;
AMENDING SECTION 1,
DEFINITIONS BY AMEND-
ING THE DEFINITION OF
"CREDITED SERVICE";
AMENDING SECTION 10,
OPTIONAL FORMS OF BEN-
EFITS; AMENDING SECTION
16, DISTRIBUTION OF BEN-
EFITS; AMENDING SECTION
24, DIRECT TRANSFERS OF
ELIGIBLE ROLLOVER DIS-
TRIBUTIONS; AMENDING
SECTION 27, DEFERRED
RETIREMENT OPTION
PLAN; PROVIDING FOR
CODIFICATION; PROVIDING
FOR SEVERABILITY OF
PROVISIONS; REPEALING
ALL ORDINANCES IN CON-
FLICT HEREWITH AND PRO-
VIDING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
Trn,, Ora,, nrne i or, ,le n ihe
Clly CIrKs Ohl.:e lor inspiec-
l.,nr Any r,16re.1i le1 parry may
appear 3l it,. m vni--rrg and s -
11ieard1 *A1n respc.tl 10 Ine pl.
p:-,,ed Ord.rirane
Tr1. ine il131r, a y Al iApli
2n00rA

Cly ClerK
04 1-90j
041906'

NOTICE OF PROPOSED
ORDINANCE ENACTMENT
TO WHOM IT MAY CON-
CERN:
FIa, E 1 a .i. .' I,,l :n i.r, re
5TH aay cl .1,.y -'200 a 5 0i
pm CST ar In .r, C.:.u.nic
rITm r..lIi. r:.o.-.r al in1 Ci r, Hall
al c'jE p-or, :ireel .E-r. In
C1ry or Mll.n Flordla Iherr
a.l re prc .p.-r) id T:.r na-.:IlmrI
an Oroana.,n:e ,ln.:.'- Iil ii s
lolloaw
ORDINANCE NO. 1202-06
AN ORDINANCE OF THE
CITY OF MILTON AMENDING
THE CITY OF MILTON
POLICE OFFICERS' PEN-
SION TRUST FUND AS


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.Smith awarded



Eagle Scout


Duslin Ryan Smith was honored with
S BSA's most prestigious award, the Eagle
-- .. Scout Award on April 4. 2006 at St. Paul
United NMethodist Church. Dustin has been
Active in scouting for 12 years and is current-
Iv a member of Troop 104. His scoutmaster is
*r i S Harold Hatcher and his proud parents are
S"" r ;. Leslie & Andre%% Adams. Other accolades
include being elected into scouting's elite
honor society the Order of the .Arro\: earning
'." 34 merit badges; and earning the World
Conservation Badge and the Religious
' lS: Emblem, God and Church. Dustin is pictured
-. with Santa Rosa County School's Assistant
Superintendent, Tim Wyrosdick.


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GARAGE SALE
Friday, April 21st
and Saturday, April
22nd. 5603 Suile
Bircn Lane, Timber
Ridge Sutbdivision
ot ol Avalon Blvd.


BIG MOVING
SALE
April 21si and 22nd.
8am until ?? House-
hold -rari suppli-:
furniture, wheel-
chair, walkers, yard
equipment, pet
carriers, lamps,
dJ cor pictures
and more.
4680 Bessinger
Pace


BIG YARD SALE
Something for ev-
eryone' Household,
collectables, glass-,
ware & much more.
5972.Savannah Dr.
Sal 04-22 8am-
2pm


BIG YARD SALE
Saturday 7am til ??
5116 Nekole Dr.
Lawnmower, tiller,
tools,'household
goods, yard trailer,.
trailer axles, yard
tools and
washer/dryer.


GARAGE SALE

3-FAMILY SALE Saturday, April 22
Friday & Saturday from 6am 12pm.
from 7:30am Ipm. 5430 Pine Barron
5515 Kauffman, Rd. Berryhill to An-
5515 Kauffman,
take Lae A n derson. Acer Comp-
take La~ke Avalon ter Win.98. Full sys-
Blvd. to City Electric tern $30, small furni
turn on Tom Sawer ture, tapes, DVDs,
Rd. follow signs. Clothes, linens,


Remodeling &
spring cleaning
items. Antique fans,
sewing machine
and much more.


vacuum,household
computer items,
Christmas, garden
items and more.
983-8548.


RUMAGE SALE
Sponsored by the
SFO April 21st and.
22nd at Saint Rosa.
of Lima Parrish Hall
from 6am until
2:30pm.


MOVINGIIII
Tools, shop power
and hand tools.
Outdoor tools, hard-
ware, motors, elec.
Sand gas. Odds and
ernd household
items. All must go!
7am till dark. April
21-23. 6990 Arthur
Rowell Rd. 2.5
miles north of '
Berrydale
Crossroads on Hwy
87N 675-1927'


IVAN SALE
Saturday, April 22nd
From 7:30 2:30
Furniture, clothes
(Large sizes, adult
and children),.
dishes, toys, house-
household items,
potty chairs, lots to
choose from.
7871 Peggy Lane
(end of Airport Rd.
Milton)


YARD SALES
Friday, April 21 and
Saturday April 22.
From 7am until ?2
-4456 Sleepy Ham-
mock Rd. & -1500
Sleepy Hammock
Rd.


INSIDE GARAGE
SALE
Saturday, 8am-
2pm.6208 Hwy 90.
across -rom Beall'..
Tools, furniture
clothes, Loys. knlck-
knacK and lols of
new stuti'



MOVING/GARAGE
SALE Saturday,
April, 22 from. 8am
until ?? 5025 Serry .
Lane,Pace
Furniture, books,
dishes, nice clothes,
plants, ect'.


GARAGE SALE
. Saturday, April 22
from 7am until 1pm.
Large desk, queen
size waterbed frame
with dresser
drawers and
headboard, ect..
5792 Pebble
Ridge Dr.


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aRayna Marie Ralston Olivia Grace Dodd

Rayna Marie Ralston was born Monday, March 27, 2006 at 10:24 Oliia Grace Dodd is celebrating her 2nd birthday! "We lose you
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The luncheon set for the
celebration of Mrs. Jewvell
Golden's 94th birthday \\ill
be held at the Golden Ranch
on Garcon Point Road south
of Bagdad on Sattirday. April
22. 2006 beginning at 11
a.m. The reception \will be in
the form of a fish fry that
\ill continue until 2 p.m.
Mr. Golden say- she is
looking forw ard to the exent
and expects to see a lot of
her friends and family that
she hasn't seen recently.
Guests are requested to brino
a covered dish. Mrs. Golden
had expected publication to
be complete on an autobiog-
raphN she is writing, but
word ts that it \\ill not be
reads b\ that time.
Criminally planned as a pri-


Gulf Breeze High School announces honor roll stu


N-s. Cherr M. Fitch. principal
of Gulf Breeze High School. is
pleased to announce the Honor
Roll for the 3rd 9-weeks grading
period of the 2005-06 school lear.
-To be included on the "A" Honor
;Roll a student must haie received
'a 9-%%eeks grade of 90 or higher in
:each subject. Included on the "A"
'Honor Ro:ll to:r the 3rd Q- .cek,
Share the follow ing students.

Seniors:
Charlotte Bergan. Courine\
,Brown. K1ie Brosin. Hannah
iBunning. Brooke Cantrell. James
-Cassiano. Cameron Cauley. Kell%
,,Cederquist. Ana Chails. Ra niond
Cla, Marne Cla',. Nancy Cooe\.
,Jana Dannheisser. Philip
'DeKozan. Rachael Dennis. Enil.\
iDeloro. Kimrberl Dtrschka. Katie
,Dollinrer. Lauren Donlei. Diana
"Do\le. Kimberl Enunons. Julia
'Fairchild. Caitlin Gallardo. Sarah
SHalsied. Kathleen Hanes. Wihiam
*Harris. Kimberl\ Hart. laime
: Haves. Kelly Hel'ension. John
Hout. Shane Johnson. lan Klein.
Marlssa Kupris. loel Lorenz. Brie
L\ons. Dane hManfredi. Katherine
hinor. Jenna Moes. Kale' MNorris.
Scont Murph). .-lile;, )lsen. John
O'Neall. Carroll Papajohn. Hu\
Phaim. Pha Pham. Stephante
Poland. Anna Romero. Stephanie
Russenberger. MNatthei Shull.
Jillian Sise. AshlleN Skip'.orth.
Ste\i Steinhauer. Sara Stout.
SAshle\ Ta lor. !enna Thorp.
Colleen Ttimmons. Da id Tucker.
Danielle Tug\.ell. Van \u.
SKimberlee Valker. Rita ei erton.
Chelsea Ziembko,ChriS Ziembl.o.
.luniorsm
Leah .-len. K' le Barron. Katie
Beaugrand, Joseph B nunt Millt,
CoJad. Chad Colic. MNeghan
Crockett. Tanner DrusLK. Danielle
SDucote. Sabil Edrar. Catherine
Flynn; Lauren French. Ashlen
Goodman. Amanda Gough.
Ashle\ Helluns. Kh\le Hooks
J oseph Hurd Derek Jeter,
Nicholas Johansen. Johnathan
SLott. Justin Lutz, Juliana
l atthermas. Kace\ MIcKni2ht.
i Whineyl Morgan. Lacie Naggatz,
SClarke O'Connor, Justin Olson,
Jacob Pace. Jennifer Pelt, Stephen
Pope, Farali Schlmint. John
Schrock. Sydney' Sch!roih.
Summer Schuler, Heather Stinson,
Mary Suttles, Sarah Sydow, Larry
SThomas, Ashley Weatherall,
SChelsea \elsli, Holly
Zimmermann.
Sophomores:
Morgan Adams,
SLindsey Amrnett, Christie Atchison,
Stephanie Bova, Laura Brosch,



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Jacob Burks. Kyle Cha\ers.
Ca n Conner. Patrick Cooke,
Colleen Delane\. Justin Engle.
Meredith Fairchild. Nlanuela
Florendno. Marine Flake. Philip
Flo\d. Thomas Gibble. leaghan
Ies. To,, Jordan. Sara Kell .
Kadee Kenned\,. Chelsea Kno\.
Con Lai son. D\ lan Lee.
Ben amern Los,.i. Laure
Music. R\an Nelson. Thao
NguIen. Tiffanie Odenbren. Chad
Robin. Meagan Schaeffner.
Ashle\ Schermerhorn. Olh a
Soutullo. Maxlell Spencer.
Jerem\ Suelflon. Tara S%\ann,
.shle\ Thibodeau\. William
Thomas. R\an Thompson.
Mallorn Torgersen. Michael
TuI\Sell. Nlaro \argas. Kore',
weekss Siev.art Williams. Heidi
Znummernmann.
Freshmen:
Lauren Amberson. Angelo
Anastopoulo. Arden .Amibrutrer.
Catherine Atkinson.
Elizabeth Barfield. Tobie Bja".
Jamie Beeler. Ananda Bennetn.
Ba leigh Boles. \Wdllam Bramleit.
Zacharn Brannon. Sarah Brov. n.
Madel\n Bu\ion. Laura B\me-.
West Calhoun. Allie Clea.er.
Luke Crooke. Aubre> Cunngton.
Krstial Dicki-on. Chloe Dielil,
Liesl Dren. CliIstopher Dunn.
Alexander Duntz. Colleen
Eastburn. Celia Edd'. Thonmas
Farnier. John For:t. Pill! For,t,
Kelse', Froqi. Tra\ Gill. .AJarina
Gilmartn. Rachel Hare\. Ra.an
Henderson. Aiinka Hurd. Britian,.
Hard. Alicia leffre\. Joshua
Jurno\o. lHtiro'.uki
Ka',ahara.Megan Keene. R\an
Kent. Colin Kupril. \illiam
lMcCormick. Julie Niller. Kelse,
Moran. le'-iia Morgan. Sarai
MNuri-ch. Noah Nicdhol-. Elizabeth
Nile,. ~Nichala Nowak, Gr.ice
TPapaiohn. Elizabeth Patier-on,
Ca',la Platt, Cecchla Podojil.
Andrew Quadrinl, Daniel Rosado,
Ten Russell. Siephen Schniiz.
K\ le Schnackenberg. Koren
!Schroeder, Tiffan\ Sharar. Daniel





Jacob Wilson, L\nd;se\ \Vright.
Alei.ander York.

To be included on the "A/B"
Honor Roll a student must have
received a 9-weeks grade of 80 or
higher in each subject. Included
on the. 3rd 9-weeks "A/B" Honor
Roll are the lollu': ing students:
Seniors:
Chrystelle Banfell, Nicholas


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French. Joshua FurroM. Nilole
Garcia. Cor\ Gibson. Laura
Gincauskas. T ler Gross..Anne
Hampton. Christopher Hard%.
Phillip Hartslleld. KIle Hebert.
Shaun Holifield. Nikolas Hoskns..
Jacob Hurs,. Joshua Hirst. Adam
Jaffe. Emil Jtohnson. Eric
Keasler. Sarah Kent. Seaira
Kersch. Patrick King. R\ an Kirb.\.
Lauren Ladd. Michelle Laws'on.
Katelind Nlarkey. T\ler Masse\,
Matthe'. lMaurer. Keel\
McKissack. Mac Miller. Stephen
Miller, Joanna Nei ingham.
Amanda Nguen. Susan CO'Bren.
Samuel Os\erl\. George Pigonis
\bb\ Parr. Amelia Podojil.
Douglas Pov.ers. Jason Pugh.
Gabrielle Randall. Adrienne
Randel. Elisa Re\es. Patricia
Ritrer Andrevi Rt\ers. Joseph
Rosas..- hle. Rotolo. shle.
Ruiledge. Ro-s Sake\. Rachel
Sanford. Justin Schmidt. Tiler
Schumacher. Ellen Sch' ier. Sean
Sales. Kristen Settle-Troup.
Robert Sharp. Bradford Sho%-,s.
Kinberli' Sims. Roth SinkJe'.hicz
Leonaid Solchenberget. Je,'ica
Stevens. Lacie Tallo. Amber
Ta lor. Christoplier Thomas.
Michael Thonias. Greg Tober.
Djaid Ullman. Michael Ullman.
Ashton dancee Brianna
\\estergard. MNlicaih WVhalen.
Asile', Wheelei. Brandon \While.
Rebecca \\ lhite. Zach.uay Willers.
Nichole Willis, Kimberl\ Xright.
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Brittan\ Andeison, Michael
Arnold. Caroline Atknson. Aileen
Atzhorn, Deanna Basham,
Lindsay Beard, Kallie Beckman,
Eiic Beoilch. James, Be,,ers.
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Emilk Brooks. Joshua Brown,
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Kurnlan Mason. MaRthea Mlerollh.
Elizabeth lMe\ers. Megan Miller.
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Britian\ Nolan. Ran Oberhausen.
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R\an Painter. Benjamin Parrith.
Br.id Patrish. Nlatthe' Pautick.
lMakenzie Panton. Britian P,Ie.
Brittan\ Radcliffe. Peter Rappold.
Chelsea Recadi. Mlea:an Rea.
Erika Reid. Ann.i Renolds.
Michael Roane. Ale'.aiider
Robinson, Haley Robinson, Jackie
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Noelle Robles. Zachar. Rogers.
R\an Roose. Saantlia Saad.
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Turner, Jonathan Villanueva,
Graham Vade.' Mark Waghalter,
ClayIton Walden. Eleni Weisnicht.
\ance WVhite. loshua Wilkins,
Christopher Wi\lson Analise Wise.


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her family, the book has gen-
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in the community, and she is
contemplating making it
a\:iilable to others \\ho are
interested in securing a copy.
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autobiography and present
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Freshmen:
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Brigite Baker. Carl Baldw'in.
Jerrica Batting. Scott Behrens.
Kelse\ Bra\. Caleb Bro.' n. Colln
Burke. Rachel Chernekoff.
Ale\ander Colston. DaT id Cooke.
Elaine Crepeau. \Veston Cross.
Co'r\ Cro'.e. Briian\ Crov hurst.
Benlanmin Cuunningham.l aci
Demah\. R\an Depurn. NMaique
Do. Ale\a Dubois Samuel Ehs,
Joshua Epstein. NlMatithev'. Fockler.
Denis Forun. Gordon Frank. Elise
Fromularo. Jessica Gerdeman.
Timoth.\ GCbbs. K\le Golden.
Ka ia Golmias. Amanda Green.
Ama.nda Greene. Julia Green.
Daniel Hajther. Patrick Hudson.
Naonmi Hurd..-AnLta H nds. Scott
taffe. Sean Kamueniski. \\illiam
Kantrales. Xndre.a Kasabian.
Thomas Ka.satian. Adam Kersch.
Samuel Kladiti-. Kathleen Kostic.
Charles Landrum. Natalie Landr-.
Hale\ Laui. Carlos Lai\head.
Charles Logan. Daniel Lnch.
Joshua Maldcdonald. Nicholas
Nlallo\. Tal o Mantle. Kathleen
Martin. Kristopher Matsoukas.
Bri ittariie Males. Lauren
McDonald. Lauren Nles;er. Zoe
Miller. Rile', Monahan. Eugene
Neft. Tan, Ngu>en. Neila
Nicholsonri R\an O'Hara.
Ale,.aridria O(rriz. Jes.e )OrIz.
Janmi Pepper. Zack Pirmernier.
Heather Peter-. John Peminato
NlMehian Pettinato. iMelia Plemnons.
Erin Po'. ell. Brideet Randall.
Casey Redish. Kahlianne Ree\es.
Taylor Rethcrford. \ii[oria
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Harrell runs in 9th
Annual AF Marathon
Air Force Airman Ist Class
Steven J. Harrell participated
in the ninth annual Air Force
Marathon run at Wright-
Patterson Air Force Base.
Dayton. Ohio. the home of the
Air Force Museum.
All levels of runners and
wheelchair participants, both
military\ and ci ilian. from
around the world competed in
either in the 26.2-mile run or as
part of a four-person relay
team. a 1/2 marathon or 5K
run. The marathon passed
through historical places on
Wright-Patterson Air Force
Base. including the National
Museum of the Air Force i start
and finish line), the Air Force
Institute of Technology.
Headquarters Air Force
lMaterial Command. the base's
flightline and the Wright
Brothers Memorial
Monument. Participants were
allowed eight hours to com-
plete the marathon.


Harrell. a communications-
computer systems program
journeyman with one year of
military service, is assigned to
Tinker Air Force Base.
Oklahoma City. Okla.
He is the son of David and
Valerie Harrell of Lamel St..
North Edw ards, CA. and broth-
er of Michael Harrell of
Na arre. The airman is a 2003
graduate of Boron Junior-
Senior High School. CA.
Seaman deployed to
Guantanamo Bay
Nay\ Reserve Seaman Kirus Stork
ha-i deployed to the U.S. Naval
Base. Guantanamo Bay. Cuba, to
ser'e as a member of Joint Task
Force-GTNIO in support of
Operation Enduring Freedom.
Sern remembers from all branches
of the i S armed forces are
inolked in a lomin-militar- opera-
tion -iosem nussion is to conduct
detention and interrogation opera-
tions to collect and exploi[ intelli-
gence in support of the ongoing
Global War on Terronsm. He is the
son of Donna B. and F.E. Stork of
Concord Court. Navarre, FL.


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Revival at

Glad Tidings!
The members and pastor at
Glad Tidings Assembly of God
are inviting all to a Revi\al
being held Sunday. April 23.
2006. Times for the meetings
are 10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Sunday. and Monday through
Wednesday at 7 p.m. Rev\ial
speaker will be Rev. Loute
Penis and The Samaritans %%ill
also be singing. Please call the
church "ith any questions at
994-5252.

Rummage Sale!
Saint Rose of Lima
Catholic Church Catholic
Church will be having a
Rummage Sale from 6
a.m. until 2:30 p.m. April
21 & 22nd in the Parrish
Hall. It is sponsored by
the SFO.


Padens- celebate 50-years1
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Rev. Addison and Glennis
Peaden were married at
Whitfield Assembly of God on
April 14. 1956. They celebrated
their 50th wedding anniversary,
April 8. 2006 at the Wings
Club. NAS Whiting Field., ith
a celebration of repeating of
their vo\ws with the same minis-
ter and wedding party of 50
years ago, and many friends.
Addison is the son of the- late
lims & Blannie Peaden of
Milton. Glennis is the daughter
of the late Leonard and NMyrtie
Whirfield.
Addison has been a minister
and Pastor for 42 years. and


also has authored a book. He
has done radio and TV min-
istry. Glennis hosted a daily
radio program for several ]ears,
authored three teaching books
and has made three albums of
singing.
They were blessed ilth 2 sons-
Doy Peaden of Pace and
Keenan Peaden of Milton; 4
'grandchildtrei$Chris Peaden of.
ITampa. Charli.iPeaden of-Pace.
Kirsten Peaden of Milton,
Sterling Peaden of Milton: 1
step-grandson-Cla3 Jones of
Mississippi: 1 great-grand-
daughter-Ashlyn Haveard of
Pace.


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Hi has a B il., o t I ,.c .n dEtrewt r'; o Floiu, i State' I. n.i rsucd. ai ,las~cr
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Ask the Preacher

f- L a- _i, ,.eL'rel: /iu'r,', .t."..'i, I )'ig'o, qrc', rou, tv..,
L-1 ..*h Bibli,.! .tn.+,iers.iwo'ir ltIf,.
Dear Pastor Gallups. I am of the Baptist faith and enjoy
your column. I have a strong unction to pray over and anoint
people with oilcloth such as a handkerchief. I know the scrip-
ture. Acts 19:12. Is there more in Gods word about this? EMG
- Milton
Dear EMG. The passage you refer to specifically says. "that
e\en the handkerchiefs and aprons that had touched him tPauli
were taken to the sick..." In other words. Paul himself "as not
in the "business" of sending out such articles: rather, from time
to time people "hho were \ ith Paul would take these articles to
others as objects of faith and the anointing of Paul's minister.
Paul's primary minister. by far. %%as preaching the Gospel
and starting churches. From time to time he affected miracles of
healing. This \was a grand demonstration to an unbelieving
world ithe same one that had just crucified Jesus!) that Jesus
a as still alive in His believers. His church and in His anointed
ministers. The ability to work such miracles, especially by the
earl\ apostles \was a huge benefit in reaching people for the
Gospel.
This should ALWAYS be the primary, focus for ANY mira-
cle or even prayer of healing. The truth is that even if a person
is healed. the \\ill still one day...die! So the healing would
serve only temporary purposes, strictly and humanly speaking.
However. if the healing or other miracle were used to start a
church, spread the gospel and sa\e souls for the Kingdom of
God...\\ell then. that would be the legitimate use of a Biblical
miracle..
God still \works grand miracles today. I have seen many
such miracles in the church that I pastor over the years that I
have been there. However, we do not hang out a sign. pass out
prayer cloths or ha e "healing crusades" like we see so often in
our \orld. We simply preach Jesus. share Jesus. minister the
Word and prayer and let God do the rest.
EMG. let rne encourage you to keep praying for the sick
and ministering to their needs. I \would not put much emphasis
at all on oil, hand cloths or any other object. These simply tend
to brinL attention to ourselves. MNl emphasis would be on the
Word. the Name of Jesus and a consistent prayer life. I hope this
has been helpful to you.


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Wednesday April 19, 2006


Gazette

ll.


Hawk

Tales

by Kaitlyn Pace
Ten year old Kaitlyn Pace is
preparing Hawk. A 25-week
'old "Goldador' puppy to be a
-guide dog. She's chronicling
"Haw'k s progress for Spotlight.
"Here. she talks about Hawk's
'recent bout with runmv prob-
lems....which landed him at the
Set's office.
What do you do w hen you
*get sick?
S Do you stay home and
sleep all day? Do you drink
:plenty of fluids and take your
'medicine like the doctor
'orders?
o That's what Hawk had to
:do this past week.
S Hawk ate something that
'disagreed \iith his stomach.
He was trotting out to "big
obusN," at all hours of the night!
:I had to take away his food for
:24 hours and give him only
'water to drink.
S When he could eat again, I
:could only feed him boiled rice,
,which is easy to digest.
: Have you ever had a dog
look you in the eye with those
:sad puppy eyes after you've
:only given him rice to eat? It's
,a hard thing to see!
, After several days of try-
ing. without success. to get
;Ha\k back on his regular food.
-we made a visit to Dr. Hall. at
'East Hill Animal Hospital.
She examined Hawk and
.made a diagnosis of colitis.
"Ha\k has medicine to take for
P'several days and was given spe-
:cial canned dog food to eat until
.his stomach settled.
Hawk is getting better
quickly.
He's now eating his regular
-kibble and tolerating it well.
He did miss Puppy
:Kindergarten on Saturday. but
.\ill be able to attend next
;Sa-urdav's session. I'm sure
he'll be glad to see all his puppy
.pals again.

Look tor more of Hawk's
adventures in upcoming edi-
tions of Spotlight



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As part of the 4-H
Operation Military Kids
(OMK) program, 4-H mem-
bers are currently collecting
S photos of area veterans to dis-
play at this year's County Fair.
The photos will go on dis-
play throughout the state.
For more information on
S4-H, contact Vickie Mullins at
the county extension office,
S623-3868.


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Spotlight


Future diplomat sets sights on D.C.

Milton High youth to serve as student ambassador


Milton High student Ken
Hertzler will join a selected
group of students representing
their schools, communities and
states at a youth diplomatic
summit.
Hertzler will join People
to People's Future Leaders
Summit on International
Diplomacy in Washington D.C.
and New York. this June.
"All students accepted into
a People to People program
must meet rigorous academic
and leadership requirements,"


agency sources note.
"Hetzler was nominated
and accepted for the honor
based on outstanding scholas-
tic merit, civic involvement
and leadership potential."
Scheduled Summit topics
include law, medicine, leader-
ship, theater and the arts and
international diplomacy.
"[They] bring together
outstanding student leaders
from around the globe to focus
on leadership. team building.
community service, college


Ken tertzler


admissions, and professional
aspirations." note People to
People officials.
Students will work on an
action plan to make a differ-
ence in their communities.
develop skills to help them
lead tomorrow's world, and
build their college resumes, say
agency sources.
The 'll also earn academic
and service credits in the bar-
gain.
The program will include
workshops, presentations,


excursions and discussions in
participants' areas of interest.
The program is coordinat-
ed by People to People
Ambassador Programs envi-
sioned by President Dw ight D.
Eisenhower. according to the
agency. as part of his overall
vision for fostenng world citi-
zenship.
For more information on
the program. \isit People to
People's website at
www .fu ureleaderssummit.org


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(Above) Sara Abram and Dad. ABH 1 William Abram, enjoy a
balloon-filled stroll as Christian Perry, Angelina Brink and
Savannah Kimmell (right) put finishing touches on some person-
nally detailed sugar cookies. It was all part of last week's Whiting
Pines Easter Egg Fun Fair. in concert \ ith April Month of the
Military Child recognition.


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2006 Baseball season preview


By Ryan Quigley. 11

"Going.. .going.. .gone!"
Ball season is back! Get
ready for fast pitches, dining
catches and game winning
home runs-today we're
breaking down each division.
AL East:
New York: The Yankees'
have a strong team this year.
adding Johnny Damon to the
roster.
They hae a great defen-
sive team and are sure to
knock some out of the park.
Boston: Strong pitching
with Josh Beckett giving up
one run and throwing 109
pitches.
Schilling's finally healthy.
And they haxe three potential
40 homerun hitters.
Toronto: Most impro\e-
ment out of all Major League
Baseball.
Adding Bengie Molina,
Troy Glaus and L le Overbay.
Should be over
.500...B.J. Ryan will be a
good closer.
Baltimore: Kris Benson
should help the pitching but
they had the worst off-season.
Tampa Bay: Hate a rising
star in Jorge Cantu. \ho in
2005 drote in as many runs
batted in iRBIsi as Albert
Pujols.
Other than that, no sur-
pnses for Tampa Bay.
AL Central:
White Sox: Same team
except they added Jim Thonme
as designated hitter (DH).
Should be strong once again.


Cle\eland: Lost Coco
Crisp to Boston. Good pitch-
ing in C.C. Sabathia and Cliff
Lee. They need a bullpen to
get them to the post season.
Minnesota: Added a great
hitter in Rondell White but
should be around .500.
Detroit: Magglio Ordonez
and Carlos Guillen \\ill return.
And Ivan "Pudge" Rodriguez
is back from his \ear off.
Much stronger team than last
xear.
Kansas City: Picked up
Reggie Sanders but don't
expect much improvement.
AL West:
Oakland: Definitel in the
hunt by picking up Frank
Thomas, aka "The Big Hurt."
L.A.: With only one 20
homerun hitter' (Vladimir
Guerrero) the Angels need
strong pitching.
Texas: Three All-Star
infielders returning in Michael
Young ithe American League
(ALi batting champ i Maltt
Teixeira t144 RBIsi and Hank
Blaylock.
The\ lost Alfonso
Soriano. \.ho \~ill be missed
for his stolen bases, but wh\
run \hen \ou can trot
Texas has 7 hitters that at
least hit 20 HR and 60 RBI's.
They just need more pitching.
Seattle: Has improved
with two good hitters in Sexon
and Suzuki.
Adrian Beltre is .sure to
have a good glove. Jarrod
Washburn was a good pick up
(3.20 ERA).
NL East:


Atlanta: Andre%\ Jones
returns after leading the
League in home runs (51).
Lost Rafael Furcal (46
steals).
Great pick up in Edgar
Renteria. Strong pitching from
Smoltz and Hudson.
New York: New stacked
lineup in Carlos Beltran, Jose
Reyes (60 steals). Cliff Floyd
(34 HR) and a great pick up
for signing Carlos Delgado
" ho had at least 30 HR and 99
RBI in his last 8 seasons.
Philadelphia: Had a
mixed off season. Lost their
best hitter in Jim Thome.
Shortstop Jimmy Rollins.
no" up to a 38 game hit-streak.
is the returning Rookie of the
Year.
Washington: Needs a pro-
ducti\e offense, as they \ere
last in runs scored (639), bat-
ting average (.2521 and HR
I 1171 in 2005.
To help the cause. they
picked up left fielder Alfonso
Soriano, and gave the nod to
third baseman Ryan
Zimmerman. w ho batted .397.
Florida Marlins: The Fish
had to make man\ mo\es to cut
down on salary.
The\ lost starters Nlike
Lowell, Juan Encamacion. Luis
Castillo. Paul LaDuca,.Alex
SGonzalez. and Jeff Canine.
A promising hitter return-
ing is All-Star Miguel Cabrera.
A promising pitcher is
Dontrelle Willis (22-10, 2.63
ERAi.
NL Central:


St. Louis: Reigning MVP
Albert Pujols returns. The
Cardinals finished second in the
League in batting average
S.270) and third in runs 1805).
Scott Rolen showed he was
healthy when he hit a home run
on opening day.
St. Louis also has NL Cy
Young winner Chris Carpenter
121-5. 2.83 ERA).
Houston: Won the wild
card last year with good pitch-
ing. Roger Clemens may return
to the Astros on May 1.
Astros add a better offense
this year with Preston Wilson.
Great defense.
Nlillaukee: NMany young
pla ers are making starts with
the Brewers this year.
If the infield gi\es them
good results. Milwaukee \ ill be
in the hunt. Milwaukee picks up
minor league MVP Prince
Fielder.
SChicago: Kerry Wood \\ill
nrot be ready to start on opening
day.
Mark Prior will, but he had
many arm injuries in 2005.
: Greg Maddux is pitching
well in Chicago, but he will
turn 40 on April 14th.
That leaves' Carlos
Zambrano the only healthy
Cubs pitcher.
Pittsburg: The Pirates had
one of the worst off-seasons in
2005. To help the course, they
added Jeromy Burnitz and Sean
Casey.
Pittsburg will rely on
young pitching from Zach
Duke and Paul Maholm.


Cincinatti: High powered
offense, but no pitching to back it
up.
Adding Bronson Arroyo
should help the staff. The loss of
Wily MoPena will hurt their
offense.
San Francisco: The return of
Barry Bonds helps the Giants
greatly.
Picked up Matt Morris (14-
10. .411 ERA) to help Schmidt
and the pitching.
San Diego: Adding punch to
their offense with IB Ryan
Klesko (.248). RF Brnan Giles
(.3011. C Mike Piazza (.251). CF
Mike Cameron (.273.i and 3B
Vmny Castilla (.253).
Jake Peavy nv ill need another
remarkable year like last year
\hen he lead the NL League in
strikeouts.
Arizona: Not much work in
the off-season, but they did add
catcher Johnny Estrada.
L.A.: Bad news for the
Dodgers, Gagne is out two
months.
The good news is, they add
two SS, Rafael Furcal and Nomar
Garciaparra.
Nomar will play first base to
keep his bat in the lineup, but if
Furcal gets hurt, expect Nomar to
fill him in'
Colorado: Watch out for SS
Clint Barmes. He was leading the
race for Rookie of the Year until
he got hurt. They lost Preston
Wilson.
2006 should be a very excit-
ing baseball season...play ball!


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Community






Miss MHS 2006 Pageant Candidates


This Saturday 36 .young women at Milton High School will compete in the 2006 Miss Milton High School
Scholarship Pageant. The pageant is set to get underway at 6 p.m. in the Milton High School Auditorium.
These 36 young women represent various groups and organizations within Milton High School. The $500
scholarship will be provided by B.B. Boles III and Bill Baker. Tickets are $5 for adults and $4 for students.


Rachael Porras
F BL


Charlsey ones
EcIlo-. Club


Brianna Uurbin
softball


Chelsea Matleson
Freshman Cla(s


Magyn Brown
Panther Football


Natalie Holler Courtney Pound
luni:.r C-las Freshman Cheerleaders


Ridley Jones
1\u tlpha Theai


Hailei Byrd
Future Fjrmei otr -nerica


Sophia Falzone Mara Lunsford
s~,mn Team Felloi *hip ,.,t Chrnt. ir, \thler:


Slephany Buchanan
ajr better4 Bt rohrlr


Jordan Branch
Chorus


Bonnie O'Kelley
I1. Cheerleader-


Grace LeBlanc lonya Miller
BePj Pertormirr, Oanc'e Conip3an


Tatayana NeelI
Tt ck


Winnnie Lnan
-4,ijn Amercajn Student Union


Lauren Wiley
Senior Class


Jessica Beard
Drama Club


Christina Ellison
Science Honor Society


Kitchelle Coleman
Panther Print Newspaper


Lynne Harman
Student Council


Mandy loyens
Girls Basketball


Ashlee Evers
Tennis Team


Crystal King
French Honor Society


Kebecca Baker
Varsity Cheerleaders


Brittany Williard
Fellowship of Christian Students


Katie McCraine Megan Couey
Spanish Club Mighty Black and Gold Band


tre ionner
\ ,el .hall


Cali Pendleton
NJROTC


Ariane Carr
Cross Country






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Sports



Commmunity Day at
East Milton Sports Park
There will be a community
day at the East Milton Sports
Complex on Mav 6.
Events will get underway at
10 a.m. with teams setting up
booths to assist in fund raising
efforts.
Some of the booths sched-
uled so far include face painting.
.." horse rides, dunking booth and
various food items.
A fish fry is also being
planned or this day.
m ieon Ki eanis to hold
four-an go se and e
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
L g 36 o teams to enter.
For more information or to
register call 626-2632 or 393-
603-1.
Bass tourney to help
Sacaed 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 S*amphouse MParina and
Landing on the Escambia River.
Interested parties may pre-
register at Northwest Florida
Marine on Highway 29 or on the
o Swamphouse aMarina.
Santa Rosa Unite Way
to hold fishing tourney
United Way of iSanta Rosa
Country 'ill be holding its first
ever bass fishing tournament on
May 20 at River Run Marina.
If gyou are interested in being
Santa Rosa County's inaugural
bass fishing tournament please
contact the United Way offices in
Million ai 850-623--1507.
Basketball 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 entlr, tee i5 $150
Super team.
Deadline to enter is May 5.
SFor more information call
623-2616.
Skateland hockey sign
-ups are underway
Sign-ups for Skateland's
iouth and adult roller hockey
leagues are going on until Apiil
29.
All skill levlers are welcome
with the youth league lagesi 5 to
16 and the adult league sages 17
and older).
S This league will run fron
Ma, until June. For more infor-
action you can visit www.skate-
landmilton .corn or call Skateland
at 623-9415.

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Pace is poised for playoffs


7 Lady Pats are doing what it takes to win as a team


B3 BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
E\ern one in Santa Rosa
has already dug in for their first
district softball same. but Pace
is waiting g for their chance at
home tomorrow.
Last night the Lads Patriots
learned their fate as the\
\\ watched Choctaw and Tate play
to see \ hose season would con-
unue.
For Pace 122-31 there does-
n't appear to be anything that
rattles the team.
"They have played very
relaxed all season long." com-


mented head coach Susan
Williams. "They know the
game is not over until the last
out."
Two of Pace's losses have
come in tournament play. \while
the third came at the hands of
Ft. Walton Beach on the road by
the score of 1-0.
Some teams have grown to
depend on one pitcher to do all
their work. but for Pace and
Williams she has two pitchers
to chose from.
Ashleigh Cole (12-3) has
pitched four no-hitters this sea-
son and teammate Katy Neal is


a perfect. 10-0.
"I usuallI don't let the girls
kno\xw who is going to pitch
until right before game time."
said Williams.
For Cole. a senior \ %ho has
committed ti pitch for
Birmingham Southern at the
college level, this use to bother
her.
"In the beginning I wanted
to know when I %\as going to
pitch." said Cole. "But I am use
to it no\\ and I am readN to go
Shen Coach Williams giives me
the ball."
Cole's ERA is a very


impressive 0.06. while Neal is
just as impressive at 0.47 and
nine shutouts between them.
But they didn't obtain such
outstanding numbers on their
ow n.
"This woould not be possible
if it wasn't for the outstanding
defense pla ing behind us."
said Neal. "Their play definite-
ly makes pitching much easier."
At the plate the Lady
Patriots ha\e been just as
threatening as Kalin Lasseter.
Cole. and Neal ha\e combined
for 12 home runs this season.
See, PACE. Pg. 3B


*"3 Pace, Jay


'ix close out


Krista Autry (left) and jessi Johnson have become a familiar sight to those who play the Lady Royals in softball. Autry and Johnson have been
working together as pitcher and catcher for eight seasons and they are only in their junior years at Jay, which is bad news for the competi-
tion.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin



Softball forges a friendship


,4Autry and Johnson have been on the same team since 1998


By BILL GAMNBLIN
PG Sports Editor
Some might remember the
batten of Jessi Johnson and
Kristta Autrel being added to
the varsity roster together dur-
inc their freshman Near. but the
combination were paired
together all the way back in
1998 ..
"We ha\e al\has been
paired together." said Johnson.
'Back in little league the.
needed a catcher and the rest is
history. "
Little did anyone ever
imagine eight ears ago Jessi


Gold medalist

cornes to Santa

Rosa County
Press Gazette Staff Report
Gull Breeze G mnastics
and Cheer is hosting Olrnpics
Da\ on April 22 from 10-30
a.m to I p.m.
Special guest Dominique
NMlceannu. )Oh pic gold medal-
ist in g mniastics v\ill be on
hand to .meet fans and sign
autographs
The meet. co-sponsored b\
the Andrei s Institute for
Orthopaedics and Sports
Medicine. is open to the public
and offers gamnastlcs demon-
startions and cheerleading
eiiiertainmll ient.
Admission to the event is
$3 per person and $2 if the tick-
ets are purchased in advance.


and Krista \would develop a
friendship through softball.
"We became good friends
because of softball." said
Johnson.
But they travel in their own
circles as well.
"We don't hang around
together at school that much."
said Autre\. "But when it is'
time for softball we do our
thing."
AutreN and Johnson's thing
includes a stretching routine
the\ developed as well as a lit-
tle dance and clapping ritual
before the game.
But don't let the smiles and


touch of humor fool you, these
ladies are all business when the
game begins.
That was nexer more evi-
dent that the Lad\ Ro\als post
season run where they won the
District 1-2A title and \\as one
game awa\ from representing
Region I in the State Softball
Finals in Tampa.
"More w as expected of us
this season," said Autrey. "In a
good way people expected
more of us this season and we
started.out in practice working
real hard."
"And we have been going
at it ever since." said Johnson.


The hard work for both of
them started this pre-season.
"We started throw ing ever
weekend before the season
started." said Johnson "And
boys \%as it windy and cold
back then."
Both Jessi and Knsta are
dominating at their position on
the softball field, but Jessi actu-
ally likes to have a base-runner
get on. much to the chagrin of
her teammate and friend.
"I like it when someone
gets on base and tries to steal a
base." ,aid Johnson.
"Sometimes I want them to
See. FRIENDS. Pe. 3B


with wins
N Tune ups /or districts
are positive Jbr most
By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
Jay did what they needed to
close out the 2006 regular sea-
son on a positive note heading
into the playoffs.
The Lady Royals visited
Central and.easily'won 10-0 in
six innings..
Jay (9-7) applied the pres-
sure early on in the first inning
and loaded the bases before
Central would retired the side
without allowing a run to score.
But in the second inning.
Central 'was.uot so fortunate. as
Jay -started when Amber
Steadharm doubled do, n the
third base line.
Steadham would later score
% hen Am. Emmett reached on
a fielders choice.
"When v.e play fundamen-
tal softball we are a good
team," said Jay head coach
Brian Watson. "The ke\ for us
is that we cannot afford to eive
up two or three run and expect
to score five or si\ ourself
After scoring that first run
the\ would d add another in the
third, three in the fourth, and
four it the fifth to take a 9-0i
lead.
The Lad\ Jags' Brittan.
Weaver pitched an outstanding
iname, but you could tell she
didn't ha\e her usual zip on the
ball as she delivered it home.
"We ha\e struggled the last
couple of games." said Central
head coach Darren Brock.
"Brittan\ has been out sick the
past few days and \ou can tell
she doesn't ha\e a lot on the
ball like she usually does."
Jay also took advantage of
several thro\ ing and. fielding
errors. which didn't set to well
with Brock after the game.
"Jay hits the ball %er\
well." said Brock "But %%e
See. SOFTBALL. Pg. 3B


Milton sees lead disappear;

Jay remains perfect in district
IRoyals are noiw 6-0 with win over Baker 13-2


Milton senior Matt Whitfield reaches third base for the Panthers
Thursday, but the Gators stopped Milton's attempt at a late game
rally stranding Whitfield at third.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor.
Milton head coach Brian
Hoxwell issued, a challenge to
his Panthers on Thursday after
an 8-3 loss to Escambia at
home.
His challenge was for them
to see how bad they want to
play baseball and win.
He .issued the challenge
after his Panthers saw a 3-0 lead
disappear in the last two
innings as they suffered their
19th loss of the season.
"It is very frustrating to
play like we are playing," said
Howell. Tuesday we showed a
little fire and passion in one
inning scoring three runs.


"I have tried to figure it out
on how we play."
Milton scored all of its runs
in the second inning and held
the lead until the sixth when the
Gators went from down 3-1 to
up 6-3.
"I don't know how to
explain why we are ready one
inning and not the next," said
Howell. "We have the talent
and ability, but we are making
physical mistakes where our
mental game has let us down."
Ethan Rodgers fell to 1-6
on the season after pitching five
and one-thirds of an inning.
Matt Whitfield and Casey
Smith both went 2-for-4 on
See, BASEBALL, Pg. 3B


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were playing at the Moors in
Milton, which hosted a four-per-
son scramble to raise funds for
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in Pace a two-person scramble
was held to raise dollars to assist
with the Pace High School
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Continued From Pa,'c (One
steal just so I can throwv the ball.
"I ha\e always been told I
have a strong arm and that I
throw harder than most catch-
ers."
For Autry. she \rants to get
her job done at the plate.
"I have input on what the
batters do by my pitching." said
Autry. ''Sometimes luck just
takes control."
But it wasn't just luck that
brought Autry and Johnson to
the attention of the Jay softball
program back when the\ -ere
in the seventh grade.
"It was a lot of pressure."'
said Aurry. "We didn't knoi\
anyone on the team."
"The\ didn't expect much
from us." recalled Johnson. "Se
x\e tried to impress them as
much as \%e could."
Auttry not takes that action
one step further. especially
v. hen she calls out Jessi's name
during a practice or game.


(Above) Despite being billed as Old School
Wrestling, Maze and Inferno took to the air as
Interno caugth Maze in mid air during their
match as part of Saturday's card at the Santa
Rosa County Aduitorium. (Right) Steve Savage
gets flung to the opposite side of the ring by "The
Redneck" Steve Fury in a tag team match that was
billed as a War for Santa Rosa County. Savbage
and his partner Chief Iron Claw defeated Fury
and his partner Rocket Roberts. According to pro-
moters of Old School Wrestling, they are hoping
to offer regular shows at the Santa Rosa County
Auditorium and work with area groups to help in
fund raising efforts through these and other
shows.
Press Gazette photos
by Bill Gamblin



Old School



Wrestling


. Baseball
Baseball


Pace


Continued From Piage One
And seeing the table for
them are the likes of Morgan
McBride \%ho has scored 17
runs this, season and Brittani
Dowdle \\ho has four triples
this season.
Despite leading the area
\\ith home runs xith fi'.e.
Lasseter is not irmine to hit the
long ball \\hen she steps up to
the plate.


"Itry to get on base." said
Lasseter., "And "hen there
someone in scoring position I:
\ ant to get the RBI.
That is pretty evident w'hen
\ou look at the fact she is bat-
ting .359 and has 24 RBI's to
lead the Lads Patriots.
But there is more than just
playing a district game at home
for the Lady Parnors.
Last year Pace has an


equally impressive season but
after winning the District 2-4A
title Pace ended up pla ing
District 1-4A runner-up Tate in
the regional quarterfinals.
After a 24-2 season the
Lady Patriots \.ere eliminated
. ith a 2-1 loss to Tate.
It \\as a bitter defeat for
Pace because District I and
District 2 v'ere beating up on
each other to see \ ho %iould


represent Region I in Tampa at
the Ed Radice Sport Complex.
This season Pace is hoping
their season end in Plant Citc.
The last time Pace made it-
to, the .State Softball
Tournament to represent
Reion 1 -\as in 2003.

Sut-vy n'vriten by
Bill Gamnblin. Reach him
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Continued From Page One
what %as Senior Night for the
Panthers.
Pace 13 Choctawhatchee
3,five innings
Pace scored 10 unanswered
runs in the final t\\o innings to
defeat Choctas 13-3 in trie
innings due to the mercy% rule.
Pace u19-3. -2 in District
1-5A) are poised to secure one
of the top spots in the upcoming
district tournament.
The Indians took and early
1-0 lead before R)an Sorce set-
tled down a_. he scattered four
hits and struck out nine to get
the win.
SCaleb Gindl remained hot
at the plate going 3-lor-4 \ ith
four RBI's.
Matt Le\\ is went 2-for-2 on
the night and Brad Hedges x'. ent
2-for-3 as the Patriots pounded
.out 11 hits.
Jay 13, Baker 2
The Royals are a perfect 6-
0 in District 1-2A play after
defeated Baker 13-2 in five
innings:
Jay (13-2, 6-0) took an
early 8-0 lead as the) pounded
out 14 hits against the Gators.


Lo\%er\ had one tough
inning \i here Baker scored xrlo
runs.. both of i'hlich v.,ere
unearned
Josh Nlars.hall and Loaer\
both went 2-for-5 at the plate
,. tlh NMarishall iddinm two
RBI's.
S Jack Randolph and Brandt
Hendricks both ient 2-for-3
.Aith Hendricks aJdinw three
RBI'B .
Central 4. Laurel Hill 1
The Ja.1uar1s scored three
runs in the top of the seventh to
defeat Laurel Hill 4-1 on
ThLursda,..
Paul B.i,_ett (2-2) was
in'.ol.ed n a pitchers duel until
Central broke the gaime open
', ith three ruins in the ip of the
se\ enth.
T:,s-.n ', eels finished the
dai\ *oin' 2-for-4 .', itl a home
luIn a'i e aciounted for all four
runs batted in.
I. Sessions ,-\\ent 3-for-4,
ulhile J.usItin Morris went 1-for-
41and scored two runs.

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Softball


Continued From Page One
have to make the plays behind
Brittany if we are going to be
successful.
"I ask Brittany to do one
thing when she is out on the
mound and that is to throw
strikes."
Autry struck out seven
while scattering two hits and
.issuing one walk over six
innings while on the mound for
the Lady Royals.
Inr other softball action:
Pace 5, Navarre 1
Pace finished their season
off in strong fashion defeating
Navarre 5-1 at home.
Ashleigh Cole, who entered
the game with a 0.06 ERA
allowed one earned run, while
striking out 10 as she improved
to 12-3 on the season.
The Lady Patriots jumped
out early against the Lady


Raiders number one starter
Nicole Peltz on the mound with
three runs.
Pace (22-3) would add runs
in the second and third innings
as they cruised on to victory.
At the plate Ashely Nestle
went 1-for -3 with a home run
while Cole and Brittany
Dowdle both went 2-for-3 on
the day.
In tennis action Tate swept
Milton,6-1 in boys action and
5-2 in girls play.
Ashley Evers defeated
Shelly Canpie 9-8 in a tie-
breaker and Lauren Bailey
defeated Ashely Smoot 8-1 for
the Lady Panthers.
Jai Gupta defeated Mark
Fisher 8-3 in boys action for the
lone Milton win.
Story written by
Bill Gamblin. Reach him
at sports @srpressgazette.com


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"UIsuall I will call out her
name when I thro\\ a trick
pitch." said ,utry
"And by the time I hear her
the ball is right on me." added
Johnson.
For their coach Brian
Watson, %ho i. in his second
\ear. lie hads added second
pitcher to the rotation in Jo\
Gand\ which h offers some
optionS.
But there can be draI. backs
as v.ell.
Sometimes lih i\o
pitchers .\ou can tend to think
too much." admitted W\Vason.

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weekends.
HOGAN VAN
EOE CDLA
1800) 444-6042

DRIVERS: 5 Co.
Needed!
HOME DAILY!
$45K/YR! Benefits
& Weekly Pay! Haz-
mat/Tanker end.
Reg. Rollie:
866-250-3394
www.work4qc.com

EVERGREEN
TRANSPORTA-
TION needs Drivers
lo run Ihe 13 SE
sales wilh boih
weekly and week-
end nome lime. We
owner good pay and
benefits. Company
pays $1000 sign-on
bonus II you are ai
least 23 years old
and have a good
driving record w
HAZMAT endorse-
meni. please come
by our terminal 1o-
caled al. 300 Hwy.
95A, Cartomenl. FL
across from IP pa-
per mill or call 968-
1702

FULL TME
EXPERIENCED
Dump trucl driver
wanted Relerences
required. $10 hr
Please call-
1850) 336-3084

NOW HIRING
rlo CDL required
Truck driver walh
Iracior Irailer and
Iorkliin experience a
must 623-5385


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Drivers
0/0 DRIVER FFE.
The F S is higher
here' $1.11 A,.g.
$2,000 sign-on
$2,600 Rererral Bo-
nus. Base Plate pro-
vided. No truck noC
problem Low pay-
ment with shon
lease. 18001569-
9298.
OWNER OPERA-
TORS wanted. Long
Haul loads FL to CA
CA to WA, WA to
FL. Pull our Air-Ride
Reelers. Hammell
Transpon Service
Inc. Ask for Paul
Magana 1541571-
3974.

LEARN
TO DRIVE
Tractor Trailers





15 DAY LOCAL
CDL TRAINING

I l: ,r1 l'l, : lm ,i ll
For over 29 years-
we ve been Iraining
America's Truckersl
CALL TODAY!
Truck Driver Institute
5750 Milon Road
Million, FL
800-709-7364
YELLOW CAB
seeks drivers i.:
service Milion Santa
Rosa Counly. En-
Ihusiaslic hard work-
ers are pro, ied
good quality v vehicle
Only Ihose wirh
clean dri naig record,
need apply Cdil:
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104
General Help
NOW HIRING
2006 AVERAGE
POSTAL EMPLOY-
EE EARNS'
$57,000 "'R Mini-
mum Sarling Pay
$1800 hr.
Benellls Paid Train-
ing and Vacations
Nlo Experience
rJeeded (8001584-
1775 Rel fP4901.
A COOL TRAVEL
Job. Now hiring 118-
24 positions).
Guys.Gals to work
and Iravel entre
USA. Paid Iraining.'
transportation, ioag-
ing furnished. Call
today. Start loday.,
1888) 272-2732.
AMERICA'S DRIV-
"ING ACADEMY
Slan your driving ca--
reer! Offering cours-.
es in CDL A. One:
luilion lee' Many
payment options' No
registration lee!
(8881308-5947 In-
fo1) 'americasdrivin-
gacademy.com
AUTOMOTIVE
TECHNICIAN need-
ea. Music be ernitied
in 3ir conditioning &
rave experience in
diagnoisiics & driva-
bilill Apply in per-
son ar- Eddie Hobbs
Autornmoliie. 4916
Glio.er Lane in Mil-
lon No pnione calls
pl7 3Eei
TRAVEL THE USA
for Pay' Deliver
new" RVs buses
and iruc.iks i all 48
starIe and Canada.
Gel paid io ;>e ihe
country www honr-
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104
General Help


BADCOCK
FURNITURE
Full Time
Salesperson
Needed
Apply in person-
Badcock Furniture
4815 Glover Lane
Milton

BOB'S CANOE
RENTAL
is accepting
applications for
summer jobs.
Call 623-5457.
CERTIFIED
LIFEGUARD
Krul Recreation
Area in Mulson
needs a Certiied
Lifeguard. Speak to
the Recreation Ad-
ministralor or Krul
Supervisor at.
1850) 957-6140
Apply now'
CLEANING PER-
SON needed. Seri-
ous long term em-
ployment applicants
only. Must be relia-
ble, dependable. &
have own car Call
994-1785
COOK NEEDED for
Bayou Cale.
Monday-Friday
Call 994-9232.
EARN UP to $550
WEEKLY Working
through the govern-
ment. PT No Experi-
ence. Call Today'!
1800)488-2921 Ask
for department i.

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

PART-TIME AT
public accounting
firm in Pace. Should
have public account-
ing experience Tax
knowledge Pay de-
pends on experi-
ence. Send resume
lt: BOOKEEPER.
4430 HWY 90.
SUITE H, PACE. FL
32571 or Fax Re-
sume to 995-8849
PRESS OPERA-
TOR NewsKing ex-
perience preferred.
Benefits group
health. vacation'sick
time and holidays
E-mail
bel-deron' 'nsb-ob-
server.com. lax
(386)424-9858, Pub-
lisher Observer
Newspapers. PO
Box 10, Nlew Smyr-
na Beach, FL
32168.


104
General Help

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


THE ARC
SANTA ROSA
needs a person to
work with & drive
people widevelop-
mental disabilities.
Must have good
driving record, high
school diploma or
equivalent. Must
pass FDLE screen-
ing & drug test. Ben-
elits offered. Please
call 623-9320 for
more into.

THERAPISTS
WANTED- LI-
CENSED SLPS in
Miami-Dade and
Broward counties.
Bilingual a plus. Per
diem & FIT. Bilin-
guals Inc. Child &
Parent Services,
18661696-0099 x103
www.biiingualsinc.co
m.

110
Labor

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

ROOF LEAK
REPAIR
SPECIALIST
Send work expen-
ence quadliicatlons
to: Leakmaster
Attn. Mr. Bruce'
Pernicka
PO Box 842
Milton, FL 32572
leak-master-@
rotmail.com


118
Part Time


JANITORIAL
WORK'
Pan lime morning
ours $8h.'r. Call:
(8501 259-7331


124
Sales &
Telemarketing

$5,500 WEEKLY
Goal Potential II
someone did it, so
can y6u! 2-3 con-
firmed appointments
dally! Benefits Avail-
able... Call Cather-
ine McFarland
(8881563-3188.



LIBERTY
NATIONAL
Life Insurance Co
Is expanding its
operallion and is
looking for people
to fill insurance
sales & service
posillons Average
annual earnings
$48 554. Fringe
beneiit package:
2 retirement funds.
health insurance,
paid vacation.
convention Irips &
many others.
rio experience
necessary. We
have on the job
training. Contact
Don Wiggins ai:
983-7576 or
Fax
resume to:
850-682-1523
Liberty National
is an EOE

SALES: $400,000
+/yr How Good Are
You? Retiring Million
Marketer seeks
TWO sales profes-
sionals to teach my
business to. Top
producers currently
averaging $30-S40K
per month.
PLEASE,
serious inquiries on-
ly. Goj Inl. LLC.
Commission!Bonus-
es (8001605-8675.

126
Skills/Trade

JOB CRAFTERS,
Inc. NOW HIRING!!'
First Class Shipyard
Trades: Pipe Fitters.
Structural Fitters.
Structural Welders.
Work in FL, AL Over
Time + Per Diem UP
TO $23.;'hour. Toll-
Free: (800)371-7504
Prc.ne: 12511433-
1270 Fax: 12511433-
0018.




310
Business
Opportunities

#1 CORPORATE
Sports Apparel
Franchise. Full
Training and Sup-
port. No Exp. Need-
ed. Financing avail.
Call 1800)727-6720.
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Monday Friday, 8:00am 4:30pm,

$8.00 an hour to start. Job includes

customer service, scheduling, radio

dispatching, answering calls,

processing permits and other

general office duties. Call 626-8552

to schedule an interview


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RAM 1500

QUAD CAB


310
Business
Opportunities

ACCT REP/LOCAL
REP Earn Executive
Level Income, P/T or
FiT $13,000 invest-
ment includes 30
Accounts, Inventory,
Territory. Training.
Proven Product, 16
Year Old Co.
(8881456-0261.
AD OF A LIFETIME!
E-Z CASH! $500-
$1,000+ Daily! Not a
Job, Nol MLM, No
Selling (888)248-
4544
ALL CASH Candy
route. Do you earn
$800,day 30 ma-
chines, free candy
all for $9.995.
(888)629-9968
B02000033. CALL
US: We will not be
undersold!
DRIVER- NOW HIR-
ING QUALIFIED
DRIVERS tor Cen-
tral Florida Local &
National OTR pos- ,
lions. Food grade
tanker, no nazmat,
no pumps, great
benefits, competitive
pay & new equip-
menl. Need 2 years
experience. Call By-
num Transport for
your opportunity to-
day. (800)741-7950.
DRIVERS CDL A.
Special Orientation
Pay for Experienced
Drivers! Home
Weekends Great
Pay & Benelits! Paid
Training for School
Grads' Cypress
Truck Lines, Inc
www.cyoresstruck c
om (8881808-5846.
DRIVERS- BE IN
DEMAND Plenty of
freight. Many Home
Lime Options. Low
Cost CDL Training
Available, 100%c Tui-
tion Reimbursement
(800)231-5209
www.SwitrTruck-
ingJobs.com.

LEARN TO buy
Foreclosures, tax
liens, and rehabs for
pennies on the dol-
lar. Menlor walks
you through each
deal A-Z to insure
SUCCESS
(800)693-3967' '

ORANGE COUNTY
Choppers OCC
seeks Distributor lor
New OCC Energy
Drink product.
$15,000 req'd for In-
ventory. Protected
Territory & TV Expo-
sure. YOU CAN'T
LOSE'! (8881216-
5831.
PROFESSIONAL
VENDING ROUTE:
Snacks, soda, luice,
water. ALL
BRANDS. Great
equipment & sup-
port. Financing
available with
$7,500 down. Call
Tom: 18717843-
8726. BO#2002-037


310
Business
Opportunities

RECEIVE CHECKS
of $3200 $4800
per month in as lit-
let as 60-90 days for
20-40 years Irom a
40K investment in
Oil & Gas. (888)722-
5790


315
Business Services
ABLES & SON LLC
Trim. Carpentry,
home improvements
and more. Licensed
& Insured Call:
Johnny at:
850- 698-1973.
ALL PERSONAL
INJURIES ACCI-
DENT WRONG FUL
DEATH AUTO
.MOTORCYCLE..
TRUCK..PREMISE..
PRODUCT SLIP &
FALL..PEDES-
TRIAN..ANIMAL
BITES A-A-A AT-
TORNEY Referral
Service 1800)733-
5342. 24 Hrs. 100's
of Lawyers State-
wide.
ANN BARNHILL
TRUCKING
Dirt Work, Fill Din.
Crushed Asphalt,
Brown Din, Lime-
stone, Driveways.
Culverts & Mobile
Homes Pads
Call for price:
(850) 623-3461
18501232-0670
Free Estimates'
ARRESTED? ALL
Criminal Defense
Felonies...Misde-
meanors. Slate 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.
ARTIE KELLER
STUCCO. Licensed
and Insured. Con-
ventional and Syn-
thetic Systems. No
job too big. nor to
small. Call 698-8327
or 626-9164.
B & B HOME
IMPROVEMENTS
25 years experience.
Free estimates.
Licensed & insured.
Call anytime:
(850) 981-3936
"No job too small!"
BORDER TO Bor-
der Fence and Deck
Company. All types
of fencing installed
and repaired. Spe-
cializing in privacy
fencing and wooden
decks. Our privacy
fences are built with
SCREWS. Free Es-
timates. 485-2532.


315
Business Services

D&D REMODELING
INC. General Con-
tractor All Types
Home Maintenance;
Roofs to Floors,
Renovations, Decks.
Tile, Plumbing. Etc.
Eviclions, Move-
Ouls, Construction
Cleaning, Pressure
Washing. Painting.
Tree work. & Etc
Locally owned.
FREE ESTIMATES.
Lic.#4710-0037952
CELL#261-1173
CELL#261-3598

DAY BY DAY
FENCING
.Competitive pricing
for all of your fenc-
ing needs. Locally
licensed, owned &
operated. 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
(800)462-2000,
ext.600. (8am-7pm)
Alla Divorce, LLC.
Established 1977.
DOUBLE "B" Land
Clearing. Backhoe
Work. Licensed and
Insured. Bryen Bal-
lard. (850)994-5740
or (850)232-1581.
DOUG'S LAWN
SERVICE
Mowing & Edging,
Trimming Bushes,
Landscaping. Mulch-
ing, Tractor work,
Gutter Cleaning &
full lawn services.
Owner operated and
a local yocal. Call
623-5370 or
(cell)850-324-9149
FIELD
ELECTRIC, INC.
Providing your resi-
dential, commercial
& portable generator
panel needs.
Call William at:
(850) 791-4381
Lic#ER13013420
HORSE LINIMENT
Eases Arthritis Pain.
rNow Available lor
humans. Arth-Rx
has been helping ar-
thritis pain sufferers
for over 10 years.
Convenient Roll On.
(800)634-2348;
www.arth-rx.com.

IRENE'S PET Care
Pet Sitting
Dog Walking
19 yrs. in Rescue
Milton, Flonda
(850)981-1007

J&L
PRESSURE
CLEANING


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SANTA ROSA COUNTY

HUMAN RESOURCES

EMPLOYMENT

ANNOUNCEMENT
i. '. sr r It t. t I r r r


ATTENTION: The information given on your
application \\ill be evaluated against the mini-
nunm qualifications o.the job description. All
;i.ppleimnl clltl quIe-tions mni.iut be completed, as
v.ell a, indicialing rel;iled '.'. k e,.peioeince.
II t l iHii'2 d i.dC.ii. ,ii ,.'. i: ilin.l \ iti l pp I[ li.,tion.
After all applications are e\ aluated. \our name
\\ill be placed on the emplo\ ment list and sent
to appropriate hiring authority for considera-
tion Completed job desenptions/supplemental
questions can be iek\ed at
www.santarosa.fl.gov or obtained from the
Human Resources office.
Other than this announcement, no further
notification will be sent.
r r r r f i -. v t i I 1tr r
*** -.** .


Probation Officer (1402)
Range: 19 $ 12.73 per hour
**04/i7/2006 04/24/2006**

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

Crime Scene Technician II (1102)
Range: 16 $ 10.97 per hour
**Open Until Filled**

Library Manager (3303)
Range: 28 $ 41,286.79 $ 45,572.90
DOQ


315
Business Services


J&LHOME
IMPROVEMENT
983-3428



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

K & N LAWN
SERVICE
Mowing and debris
removal. Very rea-
sonable prices.
Call: 850-981-1612
or 850-791-0861
K&R LAWN CARE
Commercial &
Residential
Free eslimales
Licensed & Insured
Kevin Roper
(850) 791-3853
LAND CLEARING &
DOZER.'TRACTOR
WORK Specializing
in culvert installa-
tion, driveways, lev-
eling, root raking,
bushogging & disk-
ing. Equipment and
material transport
available. By the lob
or hour. Call Billy
Rogers for estimates
957-4952 or 261-
8407
LAWN SERVICE
Mowing, edging &
trimming. Dependa-
ble and reasonable
rates Call: 393-2032
LAWNMOWER
REPAIRS
Push mower $35 +
parts Riding lawn
mower $50 + parts
Boutwell
Automotive & Tire
6593 Caroline St.
Milton 623-4750
LOCAL HOME
REPAIR
Paint, drywall, trim &
tile. Fence repair &
installation. 10 years
experience. Contact
Paul McMullen
723-9767
LOCAL HOME Re-
pair. Paint, drywall,
trim & tile. Fence re-
pair & installation.
10 years experi-
ence. Contact Paul
McMullen 850-723-
9767.

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

STUMP-EASE
STUMP GRINDING
Most removals $35
Discount for multiple
removals & Back-
yard accessible.
Local Contractor
Retired USN
Licensed & Insured
232-8746


315
Business Services


MILTON GARDEN
Club Center
5256 Alabama St
Historic District
Downtown Milton

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


MIRACLE CLEAN-
ING SERVICE
We clean homes,
condos, move
ins'ouis, new con-
struction, offices,
apartments. License
Bonded and Insur-
ed. Reasonable
rates. Satisfaction
Guaranteed!! Call.
850-626-2085

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

NEW HOPE PAINT-
ING & WALLPA-
PERING 'Drywall
repairs & patchwork
-Pressure cleaning
(homes, decks, pa-
tios, driveways &
sidewalks) "Carpen-
try work (crown
molding, paneling,
trim base & case. in-
stall cabinets & build
decks) Residential.
Interior/Exterior.
Family owned busi-
ness, over 30 years
Call The Ericksens
today! (850)723-
2550 or 623-6034

PITTS HANDYMAN
SERVICES, LLC
Locally owned and
operated, 25 yrs ex-
perience. We pro-
vide quality work for
a great price. Call
David "Bubba" Cox
at 698-9308.


REQUESTING BIDS
Bushhogging
or Mowing
433-5225

ALSO
Cleared 2 acre
parcel in Pea
Ridge area.
433-5225


THE MOWER MEDIC
We service Your
Mower in your home
at your
convenience.
Bob and Andy
Knowles. Ohice
(850) 626-8300
Cell 1850) 982-3576.


**Open Until FilIed**


**Open Until Filled**
Testing ill be held on Thursday, April 27.
2006 for those positions that require testing as
indicated in the minimum requirements. .All
applications, supporting documents and sup-
plemental questions must be received on or
before Monday. April 24. 2006 at 4:30pnm in
order to schedule testing. The APPLICANT
must contact Human Resources on or before
April 24, 2006 at 4:30 pm to receive a testing
time for the testing date mentioned abo\e.

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

FOR EACH POSITION APPLIED FOR, ALL
SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONS AND ALL
REQUIRED SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS
ii.e. diplomas, transcripts, and/or
certificates) LISTED ON THE JOB
DESCRIPTIONS, MUST BE SUBMITTED
BY THE CLOSING DATE/S NO LATER
THAN 4:30pm. DOCUMENTS MAY BE
DELIVERED BY US MAIL, FAX, EMAIL,
OR HAND DELIVERED.

If the required supplemental questions and
supporting documents are not in by the close
date, your application 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 HumanResources
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

TNT CARPORTS
R.V. & Boat covers
Buildings,
Garages.
Ponable Sheds
CARPORTS
Single $595
Double $695
12 X 41-$1295
24 X 31 $1990
Galvanized Steel
Many sizescolors
Flnancin- Avai iTe
Free ac livery seiltu
(850) 983-2296 or
Pager 505-1867

TOMMY'S LAWN
CARE SERVICE
Grass cuhing.weed
eating raking,edging
& hedge trimming
Free estimates'
Million' Pace area
Call Tommy at.
748-4718
SQUARE
REFERRALS
Are ,'ou a Licensed
Contractor? Not
enough time to run
your business and
generate leads? Let
us bring the Dusi-
ness to you... com-
mercial and residen-
tial.
Call: 850-623-2999
or 850-329-2999
VICKERS FENCING
"Making good neigh-
bors one fence at a
time." Specializing in
wood fences. New
installations and re-
pairs. Competitive
pncing. Licensed
and Insured. Free
estimates. 994-7585
or 791-0198.
YOGA CLASSES
Learn how to use
breathing and yoga
postures to cope
with stress, asthma,
and respiratory ill-
ness.Yoga promotes
an interdependence
between mind, body
and spirit! For class
schedule call
Hallie:686-2799

320
Child Care
IN HOME
Child Care
Pace Woodbine Rd
Mom & Grandma
will watch your
0-3yr. old.
Call 995-8933

325
Domestic

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

335
Financial Services
CASH OUT! CON-
SOLIDATE CREDIT
CARD DEBT INTO
ONE LOW PAY-
MErNT. 1% per year
llin 5 year Guaran-
teed Payment
11.34'. APRi. 'All
Borrowers must
quality Credit-Em-
ployment-Appraisal
(800)229-3192.
Global Mongage
MB6285 111 West-
ern Row Rd. Mason,
Ohio 1513)324-5715.
15131478-1237.
Equal Housing
Lender.

WE BUY
MORTGAGES
Are you collecting
payments on a mort-
gage' Why wa~l
years lor payments'
Call 18001 282-1251
340
1Home Repair
MAYBE YOU can
do.it yourself, .
but will you?
Dave Koppin Home
Improvement, Inc.
Specializing in In-
surance estimates,
Home improve-
ments, mainte-
nance, sheetrock
and ceilings.
(850) 626-6944.

345
Lawn Care


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

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


345
Lawn Care


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

PAGE'S TREE
SERVICE
Trim. cut & remove
Call: 626-2159 111 nc.
answer ,please leave
men- s ag
FIREWOOD $50. a
load and up


TIME TO PLANT!

Casey's

Nursery
Largest Selection
of Trees, Shrubs,
Roses, Vines,
Tropicals, Perennials,
& more
Salie
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$8.95

CREDIT CARDS
ACCEPTED
3851 Avalon Blvd
Milton, FL

623-8109,

We Are a True Nursery

350
Senior Care


GRANNY NANNIES
Affordable Home
Care Servces.
Highly Oualiled
Personal Care
Givers Ircludes
CNA anl HHA
available up 10 24
hrs a day,i7days a
week. Serving San-
ta Rosa and Es-
cambia Counties.
Oualiy Home
Health Care Since
1990.
"A Helping Hand
and A Gentle Heart"
995-0599
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HOME HEALTH
CARE. ETC.
I will lake care of
your elderly, run
errands, transport &
some housekeep-
ing. I am a cenilied
pallent care tech,
medical assistant, &
med tech wilh an
up-lo-date CPRiirsi
aid course Call
anytime at. 18501
516-0715



VISITING
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SENIOR CARE
*- In home
SComrpanionship
Meals
Light housework
Errands .
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360
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404
Commercial

COMMERCIAL
PROPERTY Down-
town Historic Milton
Call lor rilO ') 83-


COMMERCIAL
PROPERTY Doi-.
Il.. r, i il- 1cr, Millor
2''00 sq rl Call for
,rnto 983-7807
FOR LEASE
1800 sq n office
space new H&A.
carpel, ..,nyl and
pairi Call 623-5616
FOR RENT
Onrice.Wareiuncuse
1.251) 0q. n A.C
Heal. Immediate oc-
cuperncv C,-niacl
Julie 626-0411

406
Homes

2BR/2BA
EXCELLENT ,condi-
terai raih deep waler
do:k Blackwater
Bayv.,Er secluded &
quietl ieighborh,:,d
$.'5..':,mo $500.dep.
*)94-066.7

3BTED2BA 1 ,- wr
o.ld unlurrShedr-
'iOu-.c SiL'-.,e r.lri.q-
ira u, '. lirh.hw.ashrer .,
iara)e G-,enEri.
Park. S'Jb'b.1i:..iOn.
I J pl-s., ru HUID
."reri: check
$925 rn:.' $975 dep
48-3046

BRAND NEW Home
For Rel Brick.
2 i:66 ,t. 4BR 3BA
splil i110r plan. Lo-
caiedr in Tangiewood
G'.:. Community
$1 300-nmo Call.
'.32-1 13

CONVENIENT TO
VWhnr, r, le,s 1715
SF ?-2. 2 car garage
buill ir 2005. $1095
plu. d.Jeposir TMGR
Pro,,pernv Mani.g-
meni 572-1258


406
Homes


FIRST TIME
BUYERS
Why rent when you
car oW in'l Free
coniputeflzed list o0
homes available
with no money
downi under
$1.300/month
Free recorded
message.
1 -800-823-4890
it ii .panhandle-
hou-eS.comr
ID #5051
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FOR RENT
28R 1BA Home
2850 Myrec Lane
Pace ,800'mo.

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

SAHTA ROSA
REALT'i
623-0077

FOR RENT
3BR 1 BA or 1 acre
in Bagdad. avail
April 1 sl
850mo.850dep
includes garbage
Iro smokers
Call Janet:
20.6-3666

HOUSES FOR
RENT in Milton &
Pace 3BR'2BA
double car garage
& lenced yard
$925,'mo. S700dep.
Call 981-0495

LEASE TO OWN
PACE
Thousand Oaks
Subdivision
4BR,2BA home w.'2
car garage. 2,550 sf
$1.300/mo dep.
Pets negotiable.
Call: 1850 826-0832
Ior 850-826-08311


406
Homes


MILTON
LIKE NEW!
Deluxe 3BR/2BA.
1.600 si. w.'w. Ig
den or 4th BR, cen-
tral heal & a/c,
stove, refrigerator &
dishwasher. Local-
ed on quiet side
street w:ig yard
$795'mo $600idep
Lease & references
required. No pets.
Available May 1st
7255 Birdie Lane
iot Pine Blossom
Rd) 623-1778


MUST SEE Single
rancher downtown
historic Milton
3BR,'2BA, ww., eal-
in-kiicnen & en-
closed porch A'C &
heal generator, paid
cable. 3 patios. oul-
door furniture, grill &
tenced yard. Newly
landscaped, under-
ground ulrilies
pavements. oCf
street parking. 5
min Irom bike oath
& Riverwalk. No
smoking, pels wel-
coriel $1.200,'mo +
uti1111 s Call:
1850) 983-7807


NEW HOMES FOR
RENT in Milton
3BR/2BA. 1.260
sq ft. 24th Ave. oh
DelMonte $975.'mo
SunCoast Pro Real-
ty 432-8448 or call
Tracey. 393-9255
Barbara- 390-0824


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406
Homes

SANTA VILLA
3BR/1 5 BA, brick
home with Ig. den &
lenced backyard.
1,326 sI, new painl
& ceramic lle
tnroughoul. All Kitch-
en appliances (ex-
cept dishwasherI.
Avail May 151h No
pet or smokers
$800.'mo*$800! dam
age deposit Call
623-8675 before 7
pm.

408
Land
"LOCATION. LO-
CATION. Location'
Time to buy IN-
VESTORS &
BUILDERS. Great
Buildable Lots For
Sale in one ol Florn-
da s Fastest Grow-
ing Areas Fon
Ivlyers (8881558-
0032.

ASHEVILLE. NC
AREA ACREAGE
Private. gated
mountain community
wilh over 4 miles oI
rivertront. 1 to 8+
acres from the $60s.
Incredible views!
Custom community
lodge will mountain
spas. riverwalk. Call
(8661292-5762. Bear
River Lodge

LAND FOR SALE
Refer to
Classification
#510
MONTANA MOUN-
TAIN PARADISE
Great mountain
views! 2.29 acres
lust $59.990. Ride
out your back door
to millions oi acres
of national forest.
Close to Canron
Ferry Lake, minutes
to Helena. Soils tesl-
ed. utilities, ready to
build Call owner
1866)365-6103.
NORTH GEORGIA
Galed Mountain
Community. New
Homes close to In-
frastructure. One
Hour North of Atlan-
ta. Golf, Tennis.
Lake, Pools. Inio
www benttreegrrir-
cia com.
RURAL HUNTING
Timber Land For
Sale 222.2 acres.
$2500/acre. Atkin-
son County, Geor-
gia. Call for into
1334)393-5036 or
(3344164-4004
TN WATERFRONT
MOUNTAIN PROP-
ERTY Scenic home-
sites surrounding
Lake Barkley. 1 lt 6
acre view siles & 5
to 40 acre privacy
sites from the 40s.
90 min to Nashville.
Grand opening ol
Phase II on now*
Call (8661339-4966.

410
Mobile Homes
2BR 14' mobile
Home on Avalon
Blvd Unfurnished.
references required.
Call 623-8503
FOR RENT
2 BR 1 'A Mobile
Home. nice, clean.
quiel neighborhood
$500 nilth dep & rel.
Call: 850-537-6222
or 850-499-7412


410
Mobile Homes

FOR RENT
Mobile home
3BR/2BA double
wide total elec. no
pets 750mo.'500 dep
5345 Spruce St
Navarre Call: 994-
7918

FOR RENT
2/BR 1/BA Mobile
Home In Park.
$435.mth $200idep.
Total electric, no
pets. Call: Baycrest
Realty 994-7918.
FOR RENT
2.'BR 1/BA. In East
Million, total electric
$500.mih $250/dep.
Bavcres Realty
18501994-7918
FRAN ROBERTS

414
Roommates
Wanted

FEMALE ROOM-
MATE WANTED
To rent room
$300.'mo. + damage
depost, 1.3 of elec-
tri & water bills.
Kitchen, washer &
dryer, phone privi-
leges included. Non-
smoker, no drugs or
pets preferred.
Located ort Berrynll
Rd Call:623-0185
leave message.
ROOMMATE
WANTED
Mature adull female
to share small
home. Non-smoking
enviromeni. Includes
Uliliies. Must have
references.
$300.'mo +5100,'dep
Call: 626-8748

416
Vacation & Resort


VACATION HOME
Come to the Smoky
Mountains! Twc
Rivers Lodge or
Hwy. 19 Has rooms
wikilchenertes.
beds & sofa beds
on 2 rivers. 5 miles
from Cherokee.
North Carolina Ca-
sinos, rafting, hiking
available Call:
18501 450-6342 or
1-828-488-22_84
www.rworivers
lodgenc.com








452
Apartments

MOTIVATED IN-
VESTOR wants to
Liquidalte 2 units in
Jade Beach Sunny
Isle. FL. 381h Floor
Unit "E and 28lh
Floor LUni C .
email:
RMW3@ ROCK-
LANDFIJANCIAL C
OM or Call Roberi
(8181224-4555.






502
Apartments

RENTALS 2 to 3 BR
in Jay, Milion and
Pace. $40)0 to $650
per month Call:
994 -5703


504
Commercial

DOG KENNEL in
Milton w'ofice,
grooming area &
lenced year
$700/mo Call Carla:
255-3889

MILTON OFFICE
w/delached 1,000 st
warehouse/storage.
Perfect for contrac-
tor! $650/mo Call
Carla: 255-3889

OFFICE SPACE for
lease or sale 1,200-
2,400 sl $1.500 per
unit monthly. Call:
293-1187

506
Homes

AVAILABLE NOW
Centrally located
clean brick home.
Three bedroom, one
bath, C H.'A. stove &
refrigerator Fenced
backyard. Rent
$725 Deposil $500
1850) 981-9695

BRAND NEW Home
lor sale. Brick. 2.066
st, 4BR 3BA spill
floor plan. Located
in Tanglewood Golf
Community. Golf
package included.
$231,900 Call:
382-1118

CHARMING
3BR/2BA
in Iie heart of
Pace. Convenient to
shopping and 1-10.
$143,000 Appraised
at $159,000 on
10,05. Call Susan.
449-0647
Ila. .arre Be.,iCh Feair/

FOR RENT Brand
new brick home in
Milton. 1330 sq fl
w. 2 car garage on
1.3 acre. $1050 mo.
No dogs allowed'
Call: 18501 384-9405

FOR SALE
2/BR Hidden Chalet
east of Gull Breeze.
Large ceramic kitch-
en. Bahama porch
on fronl ol house.
$116,900
Broker:850-995-
1716

FOR SALE
3.BR 2/BA in Jay.
Berrydale com.
7.5 acres, ready for
horses, large kitch-
en, fireplace, 24 by
30 carpon, dog
pens. Must See!
Call: 675-1101 or
698-4493


HOME IN JAY!
Seller pays $3,000
toward Buyer's
closing cosls'
4BR'2BA nome
wYdeiached garage.
Sits on 1 acre lot
[lew roof & flooring
Buyers need to be
pre-approved or
pre-qualihlied.
$115.000

ALSO FOR SALE
Almost 7 acres o01
land next l I his
home. Cleared \
ready for construc-
lion. $90.000

Call Deck Realty
Inc for more into.
18501 626-0711


506
Homes

JAY HOME
FOR SALE
3 000 sq. [1 on up to
6 acres. 4/BR
2 5iBA. 5 acres
fenced. For more
information
Call: 850-675-0604
or 850-324-6399.

NEW 3BR/2BA
in Milton. 2 car ga-
rage 1,465si 15
miles from Navarre,
.10 minutes from
1-10. All brick. ie.
rak cabinets &
double vanity.
$175 000
Call Sylvia.
499-7161
rJ..arr- Beacc Reairv

NEW ALL
BRICK HOMES
in East Milion.
3BR,2BA w.2 car
garages. 1.310 sf to
1393 sf. Prices Irom
$162,500 -$167,900
Call Sylvia
499-7161
[ laarre E .. :r. R .ailrv
NEW ALL
BRICK HOMES
Woodbury Forest in
Milton. 3BR 2BA. 2
car garages, all tile,
1,938 sl homes
$213.500-
$215.000
Call Sylvia:
499-7161
Ila.arre Eeact, Reair,


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ID 5053



STONEBROOK
VILLAGE Pace
4BR'2BA in gated
golf course com-
munity 2.092 sq h.
Great neighborhood
w/good schools
5624 Sandstone Dr
Asking $291,900
Call: 18501 994-6914

510
Land

5 ACRES fenced
pasture for sale.
Located off Munson
Hwy, Indian Ford
Rd. Close to Cold
Water Creek
$90 000 957-8784
or 554-5237

BEAUTIFUL
TEXAS LAND! 20
Acres. Only 8 Miles
East of Pecus and 3
Miles North of 1-20
Roads. References.
Surveyed. $13.500.
$500. Down-$135
Per Month. No Cred-
II Check! (800)887-
3006 Hurry! Limited
Quantity.

LAND FOR RENT
Refer to
Classification
#408

TIMBERLINE
DRIVE 1,2 Acre lot
in established Millon
neighborno,:,d
Beautiful Irees. quiet
street $30.000 Call:
232-2789 before
5pm and 626-7340
aner 7pm.


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2 1257 i- '
2 1341 ""
2 1418 83,900
2 1510 86,800
2 1525 87,600
2 1579 90,600
2 1586 98,100
2 1610 91,200
2 1622 95,000
2 1713 97,300
2 1812 101,300
2 1812 101,700
;)2 1833 116,600
2 1949 108,400
2 2129 131,300
2 1/2 2215 126,300
3 2495 155,000 m
2 (1 each unit) 1740 117,600
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510
Land


NEW TO MARKET
Million. FL
Four 3 or 4 acre
approved, surveyed
individual building
lots on paved
shared laneway o"t
a paved Counry
Road Level,
usable acreage
N]o we-lands
Private & quiei.
Beautiful property
$79,000 $89,000
Brochure. OWNER.
Corrnncii.:ul is
18601 567-4604
or we bsie'
www.providence
acres.com



SECLUDED &
SERENE

- NW of NAs Whil-
ing Field

- 20 Placid acres
zoned agricultural

- 3 mobile homes.
garage. barn. shed

- $263.000

* 626-6767


512
Mobile Homes

2001 MODEL Hor-
ion Home live new
3.BR 2.BA 16 X76
2 wood porches.
carport i metal shed
or, 1 acre or land
Call: 981--173

FOR SALE
Over 1,130 sq. rt on
S+ acre of land 2 or
3.BR 2 BA central
heatac and appihan.
ces. 4 miles nonh of
Million.
Call- 623-8511
or 261-5503,


SECLUDED 6
ACRES NE of
Mitlorn 10 minutes
trom Blackwaler
State Park
Two 1999 Palm
Harbor modular
homes. 3BR. 2BA,
ront back porch
on tcoln, shop,.
storage, fully
stocked hish pond.
4 acres fenced
pasture beauliul
family homesite.
Must sell for
medical reasons
$3P0,000 for all
Call:
18501 957-8784 or
1850i 554-5237








556
Homes

BEAUTIFUL
NORTH CAROLINA
ESCAPE TO BEAu-
TIFUL WESTERN
NC MOUNTAINS
FREE COLOR
BROCHURE & 111-
FORMATIOI J
MOUNTAIII PROP-
ERTIES WITH
SPECTACULAR
VIEWS HOMES
CABINS. CREEKS
& I.,JVESTIMEHT
ACREAGE Chero-
Kee Mountain Realty
GMAC Real Esiale.
www c herokee-
mounr3iainrealty com
(8001;41-5868.

FT. MYERS 1 2 &
3 bedr,.:,:m lu':ur./
condos trorn Ihe low
$100si'! CALL Allyn
Walermanrin IOW
for more info
18881521-3790i
ntiC''.''ww 'w. venelarn-
palms.com. or
www.paramouni-
comaniles corrl.


LAKEFRONT LOG
HOME, $99.900i
New 2000 Sq.Ft.
Log Home on Lake
Cumberland, KY.
Jamestown/Russell


Springs Area. 1st
Time Available April
22nd!
(800)770-9311,
Ext.55.

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LAND? Invest in ru-
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out America; coast-
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to 200 acres. FREE,
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556
Homes

MOUNTAIN
PROPERTY!
Interested in buying
property in the Blue
Ridge Mountains of
NC'C Call Acive Re-
ally today at
800-979-5556 or
visitt our websiie at
www AciveReal-
ryNC.com.

MURPHY, NORTH
CAROLINA
AHH COOL
SLItrtIERS MILD
WATERS'
Affordable homes &'
mournilan cabins
CALL FOR FREE
BROCHURE
(8771 837-2288
EXIT REALTY *
MOUNTAIN VIEW
PROPERTIES
w'.~ur e .,Irmurinr:, ,:.'m
NEAR BAXLEY,
GA 6,200 sqft cy-
press house;lodge
on 95 acres with 3
acre pond. Excellent
location, beautiful
home. Huning &
Fishing Paradise
$650.000. 19121632-
8916
NORTH CAROLINA
Cool Mountain Air.
Views & Streams
Homes. Cabins &
Acreage. FREE
BROCHURE
i800t642-5333 Re-
alty 01 Murphy 317
Peachlree St Mur-
phy N.C 28906
,'w realtyoinmur-
oh: com.
NORTH CAROLINA
Galed LaLeironi
Community
-1 5 acres +
-90 miles of shore-
line
Never before of-
lered with 20 %opre-
develomeni dis-
counts & 90
Financing
Call: 1800i709-5253
ORLANDO 1,.2 & 3
bedroom luxury con-
dos from the low
$100si"ii CALL Rob
Sneddon [NOW for
more inlo (888i295-
0797 www regency-
parklakemary.com.
or www paramount-
companies cor
558
Investments
FINAL CLOSEOUT-
Lake Bargains' April
8' 9 Water access
from $34.900 with
FREE Boat Slips.
PAY NO CLOSING
COSTS' Huge
$5.000 savings on
beautifully wooded
parcels at '34 000
acre lake Tennes-
see Enloy unlimtled
water recreation.
Surrounded by state
clresl. Excellent fi-
rancing Call
18001'i04-3154. x
-22 TIJ Land Pan-
ners LLC
560
Land
200 ACRES Prime
Hiunlng Land SE
GA 2000 sqn home
nimaeslic oa-k.s lake.
duck pond 6yr
oame mrgm. lurkey
deer ly r planted
pine & hardwooud
$985.00i0 Family
Owned 35 yr
19041321-2679.
ADIRONDACK
LAND BARGAINS'
5 to 50 acres Iracis
Irom $19.900' Ouaii-
ty f]i'/ laridi Forests
,. waleriront' Build
carnp hunl iish In-
verl' Guaranteed!
Terms ,avil' Call to-
day' ie00i89u-7927
www.moosenrver-
land conm.

COASTAL GEOR-
GIA. Land for sale
bv owner. Private
jilt community de-
signed by Fred Cou-
ples Davis Love.
Marina Tennis. Pool '
Fitness Jeckyll Si
Sirlors Island
$119,900 : Call
(315)529-1277.


FL LAND BAR-
GAINS. Opportuni-
ties to own your own
farm, ranch wood-
land or lakefront
homestead. Old
Florida at its best!
Still affordable Call
(866)352-2249 or
www.fllandbargains.
corn.


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560
Land

GOLF LOT SALE!
Blue Ridge Moun-
tains! Near Ashe-
vile, NC. Beautifully
wooded homesites
on 18-hole Dye de-
signed golf course.
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Nestled in the hills of
Tennessee on the
shores of pristine
Norris Lake. Call
Lakeside Realty at
1423)626-5820 Or
visil www.lakesi-
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LAKEFRONT
PROPERTY INl TN
Waterfront, view &
esiale homesites 1
to 40 acres from Ihe
$-40s Siualed
around a 45000
acre lake. Just 90
min Io Nashville
NJew building smiles
jusi released.
Call owner
(866)339-4966.
LARGE MTN. Land
Bargains, High Ele-
vation. Adloins Pris-
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20+ AC to 350 AC.
Sweeping Mtn.
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OM
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acres on mountain
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waieriall & large
public lake nearby.
paved private ac-
ce.:. $58 5u00
owner
1866)789-6535


560
Land

NC MOUNTAIN
Property for Lessl
Breathtaking Blue
Ridge Parkway,
New River, Stone
Mountain, Golf
Courses and quaint
shops of Sparta.
www.scericrealry.co
m (877)372-7211 or
18771363-5550.
NC- ASHEVILLE
AREA HOMESITES
Gated community
with stunning moun-
lain views. Situated
between 2 moun-
tains on over 4 miles
of riverfront. 1 to 8
acres from the $60s.
Custom owners'
lodge, riverwalk &
more.
Call 18661292-5762.

NEW
PRE-CONSTRUC-
TION
Golf Community-
Coastal Georgia.
Large lots w. deep-
water, marsh, golf,
nature views. Gated.
Golf Fitness Center,
Tennis, Trails Oak
Park, Docks $70k s-
$300k.
t8771266-7376.
www.coooerspoint.c
orm.
NORTH CAROLINA.
MOUNrTAIAN.LAKE
LOTS. Deep water
dockable lots from
$134.900. New
Properties Now
Aailable! NClake-
front.com Realty
1800)659-6017 or
18281228-6199
www.nclakefroni.co
m.
NORTH GA & West-
ern NC- HEAD FOR
THE MOUNTAINS!
Call Mary Hedden.
REMAX MI. Con-
nection. See hun-
dreds of listings at
www.lakechatuge-
property.com: e-
mail: sold@mary-
hedden com.
WATERFRONT
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Dockable Waterronl
Property Build Up to
3 homes Only
$99,900' Ask About
Our Intesior Pkg. 7
Vaalrenronr Lois0 lor
Only $79.900' Call
18666770-5263 ext.8


560
Land

NY COUNTRY
LAND BARGAINS 5
to 50 acre tracts
from $24,9001 Quali-
ty land from the
Catskills to the Fin-
ger Lakes! Build,
camp, invest! Guar-
anleedl Terms availl
Call today
1888)925-9277
www.upstaieNY-
land.com.

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-
lies & direct lake ac-
cess. Owner:
1866)292-5769
WESTERN NORTH
CAROLINA 14.3
beautiful acres long-
range views of
mountains. Wooded,
flat ridge, between
Murphy 'and An-
drews. Small dou-
bDe-wide. $275,000.
(8001632-2212
http:.,'valleytownreal-
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WESTERN NORTH
CAROLINA, An-
drews. 3.5 acres on
re headwaters of
Valley River, drive
and house pad.
Price $89,500 Val-
leytown Realty
vir'cdnei.net
1800)632-2212
hrD:..ivalleytownreal-
ty.com.




708
Pets

FREE PUPPY
4 month old, needs
loving family, playful.
Chihuahua/Terrier
mix male.
Call:698-9985

FREE TO GOOD
HOME 3 yr. old
black male dog.
Must have large
yard:nigh fence.
Free spirited & good
nalured. Great
A.cr.ilaren! Call:
-623-8250


708
Pets

FREE TO
GOOD HOME
Free, adorable, male
mutt. 16 weeks
old,14 lbs. Has most
shots. Call:626-9983

GERMAN SHEP-
HERD CKC $300
males / $350 fe-
males. Ready to go
May 15th. Shots,
wormed & vet certi-
fied. Parents on site.
(850) 261-6561

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. 1
light brown and 1
dark brown. Both
wearing red banda-
nas. Last seen on
Hwy 87N near Tom
Thumb. Please re-
turn family pels'
Reward if tound.
Call. 983-7969








LOST 9 month old
while & black medi-
um hair dog looks
like a Springer
Spaniel. Lost in
vicinity of Stewart
SI. Reward offered.
626 6444 or 516 -
5445
LOST BEAGLES in
East Milton area
Right after Dennis
near the end ot July.
1 male. 1 female.
Please call with any
information 626-
2428 or 516-7983.
LOST CAT Solid
black female cal
missing since Satur-
day, April 8th. Last
seen near Milton An-
imal Hospital on
Av,.alon Blrd- It
lound, please call
623-6780


712
Lost & Found
Pets


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
FOR SALE
Washer-Whirlpool
super capacity.
works well. $150
ODo. Call: 313-0787
812
Farm Equipment
4004 FORD Tractor
$5,000 6610
Ford Tractor
$6.000 and other
equipment. Call Roy
at 623-6046.
814
Furniture
FOR SALE
Brady 90' heavy
'ood sola with
chair. Removable
cushions in good
condition. Includes
extra fabric for
drapes, $295. Anli-
que vanity dresser
wirh new mirror
$275
Call: 18501983-7750.



TURN

YOUR

TRASH

INTO $$

CALL

623-2120


NEW LARGE
sectional sota w12
recliners & sleeper
Li. brown slain-
resislanl fabric
$1.000 OBO Call:.
623-3519


826
Sporting Goods

HUNT ELK, Red
Stag. Buffalo, White-
tail, Boar Season
August 25, 2006-
March 31, 2007.
Boar all Year. Guar-
anteed license,
$500. we nave a
no-game-no-pay
policy, book now.
Days (3141209-
9800, Evenings
(314)293-0610.

SANTA ROSA GUN &
KNIFE SHOW
Santa Rosa County
Audiorium, Old
Bagdad Hwy, Milion
April 22-23 2006
9am-5pm
Buy, Sell & Trade
Admission. Adults
$4, 12 e under free
Call Billy Rogers i@
850-957-4952
for more into or for
Tables $35 2-daysi
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3.:r "11 ,junrl: ,T,'J.;[ b-i
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830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
BUILDING SALE!
'Beat Next In-
crease!" 20x26 Now
$4200. 25x30
$5800. 30 40
$9200. 40x60
$14,900 Exlensive
range of sizes and
models Front end
opiional Pioneer
800)668-54122



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BUILDING SALE!
"Go DirectLSave'
20x26 Now $5100.
25x30 $6800. 30x40
$10,600. 40x60
$16,600 Extensive
range of sizes and
models. Extensive
range of sizes and
models. Doors'ac-
ces;ories optional
Pioneer (8001 668-
5422.


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale




Centipede-
Sr. Augustine
Farm Direct
,WVe Deliver i
434-0066

STEEL BUILDING
SOLUTIONS. "Man-
ufacturer Direct!"
Pnced to sell Built
to Last. Featuring
clear span design.
Expensive range or
sizes and models
Pioneer 18001668-
5422

WOLFF TANNING
BEDS Buy Direct
and Save! Full Body
units from $22 a
month! FREE Color
Catalog CALL TO-
DAY' 18001842-1305
www no.elstar.conm.
FOR SALE
Lifi Chair, excellent
condition. Forest
green $250. Sofa
table with glass top
$25. Call: 994-3249
GUN SAFE
4 x 6 good condlition
$600 Call: 983-6672
HANDICAPPED
PORTABLE shower
unil w'pump, hosing
& shower chain
Never been used.
$3 000
Call 623-3519
METAL ROOFING
Save $$$ Buy direct
from manufacturer.
20 colors in slock
with all accessories.
Quick turn around'
Delivery available
Toll Free: (8881 393-
0335
NEW STANDING
frame for handicap-
ped person $2000
Call: 623-3519





We Deliver & Install
Centipede
St. Augustine
Bermuda
Bailed Pine Straw
Call us .rst. Save Time
Call us lat Save Mney
H*y. 87 So Milton
626-8578


832
Miscellaneous
Wanted
GLASS CRAFTER
needs empty glass
soft drink bottles, tall
kinds). Not necessa-
rily collectors edi-
tions. Will pick up
Call: 983-8042
PAY CASH Ior junk
cars or trucks Run-
ning or not. Call
983-9527
WANTED TO Buy.
Morgan Silver Dol-
lars and Old US
Coins. Single coins,
accumulations, en-
tire collections. LII-
lleton Coin Compa-
ny Since 1945. Call
18001581-2646. e-
mail coinouy@little-
loncoin com. Men-
lion code B8K920.

834
Lost & Found
MERCHANDISE
WE BUY HOUSES'
Sell yours quick and
easy. Fast Cash
Fasl Closing, Any
Silualiorn OK.
www tLuyymyman-
sion.com, 18771239-
9761.

FOUND
Boating & Fishing
equipment le be-
hind at boat launch
al bridge by Ite RI,-
erwalk. Please call
983-8243 to identity.

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





904
Cars

1994 ACURA VIGOR
2.5 liter engine
150.000 miles Ask-
ing $5,500 OBO
Call: 850) 626-1177

1998 LINCOLN
TOWNCAR ior sale.
One owner Well
maintained. 78,500
miles 21-24 mrpg
C.:MUST SEE' $6,950
Call: i850i 623-9942


904
Cars
FOR SALE
2000 Chrysler Sebr-
ing Convertiable.
White, Black top.
electric windows.
keyless entry 78K in
perfect condition.
$8,800 obo.
Call:850-626-7655
or 850-499-1633

906
Boats
BOAT MOTOR
TRAILER 21 ft. with
150 Evinrude
$2,500 Motor-rebuilt
mid 90's
1850i 206-4438
910
Motorcycles
FOR SALE
Honda Goldwing
motorcycle 1989
GL1500 mini cond.
Maroon, lots ot ex-
Iras Evervihing new'
Call: 983-2296 or
206- 4008
912
Motor Homes
1995 FLEETWOOD
Jamboree Search-
er C-Class. excel-
leni ,:ondllon.l load-
ed $15.9500. Million.
Call: 850-814-8767
FOR SALE
1976 Dodge Gig,
rnolor home needs
batteries $899 OBO
Call: 626.4266


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918
Trucks
1987 F250 Heap big
engine lots ot pho-
nies. New Edelbrock
carburetor drank
plenty fire water
New brakes shoes
make-um stop plen-
ty last. Good trans-
mission make-um go
good $2000 Call:
1850) 981-4934

1999 MAZDA
B-3000
PICK-UP TRUCK
Red, automatic.
power, V6, AM.'FM
stereo. CD player,
AC, lilt wheel, air
bags. extended cab,
bac, cover. Excel-
lent condllon. Sharp
& well maintained!
$6,900 Call.
(850) 623-4068.
2001 CHEVROLET
SILVERADO Excel-
lent condillon' Call:
554-4882 or 623-
6929

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

1997 DODGE
CARAVAN SPORT
Loaded.Good condi-
lionnew tires
157,000 miles
$3,100 OBO
Call: 995-4278


i.. FOR SALE
'; 200 Toyota Sienna
X'.'"' SLE White, Leather,
VCR, Sunroof -
Good Condition.
130K $9,500 OBO.
\ t. Call: 850-675-0604
or 850-324-6399.

920
Vans

FOR SALE
S2004 Astro Van, V-
6, 3-sealer, AM/FM
S CD with MP3. Rear
air. running boards.
towing pkg. 14.388
916 miles. $15,500 firm.
.. i... Call- 994-5506


Sport Utility
Vehicles
1991 JEEP
WRANGLER
$4,500 Runs greal!
CD player, new radi-
atlr., new brake'-
Call. -231- 8 or
cell: 55-1-5 ,87


922
Other

1973 CHEVROLET
BUS
$1,000 Call.
572-6500


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Historic District, Downtown Milton
Beautilul building & surrounding grounds
provide an ideal setting for your celebration
rental available lor meetings, wedding
receptions, anniversary &
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