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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
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Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Creation Date: April 26, 2006
Publication Date: 1984-
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eSanta Dos8as Pres


WEDNESDAY

April 26, 2006


Hi, Pace,

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NEWS



BRIEF

Deputies respond
to bomb threats
By JEFF EVERTS
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Bomb threats seemed to be
the menace -if the da\ for the
Santa Ro-a Cotirit\ Sheriff's
Ofince la-.t FrJda\.
Officer.: first received a call
at apf.:o- imi:teIl\ 11I a nm direct-
i 2 t[hAi to -i bomb threatat tne
Property\ Appraiser's Office
located in the South End
Governmental Ser\ ice Center
At approximately the same
time .a second call v as receii ed
claiininc there \us a bonib at
the Gult Breeze Cit,, Hall.
Thile unnlno n allers.. \\ho
S\ere both male, rold the peiison
ansI.'.ering the phone that there
\ a' a bomb located in the
buidding
In both cases, after searches
\' ere conducted both inside and
outside the buildings ,\ith
explohsi'e detection dogs, ofli-
cers reported no explosive
materials being found
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'Take this bridge and shove it?'

County' alleges DOT failing to live up to Navarre Beach span promises


By JIM FLETCHER
PSIC G6:'e r~ .4-.'I's .': P.,>,'.
Noting the Florida
Depanment of Transportaion
has failed to h'e up to onginal
promises. Santa Rosa Counti
leaders are poised to tell Florida
just %%hat it can do %ith the


Na\arre Beach Bridge-keep
it.. along with the $4-million
check that came with it.
It was Commissioner
Gordon Goodin who brought
the issue to the attention of his
fellow leaders Mlondna. But it
didn't take long for most of
them to agree \with him


"A fevN years ago." Goodin
began. "Representatie Ra\
Sansom negotiated an agree-
ment for the transfer of the
Navarre Beach Bridge to Santa
Rosa County. Santa Rosa was-
to take title to the bridge and.
along \\ith t. get $4-mullion to
maintain the span for the


remaining 12 to 15 \ears of its
useful life."
But Goodin noted part of
that agreement included Flonda
first bringing the span up to)
"standards" and agreeing to
%\ork with Santa Rosa in the
eent of an\ damage to the
bridge from maior hurricanes.


The state _ent title and a $4-
million check, but before the
deal could be consun-mmated.
Hurricane I1 an came along and
washed d out a portion of the
cause wa
Then Hurricane Dennis did
more damage.
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Crime


rate



drops

LI Pace District has
largest number of
people.
By DEBORAH NELSON
P icis GUi.:,',' S:.,, .I r ,
When it comes to area
crime rates. Sheriff's
Department statistics sho\ that.
despite an increase of 20.000
residents between 2000 and
2004. Santa Rosa Count�'s still
a pretty safe place to live.
Count\ '\ide. the Sheriff's
Department reports an 11.3 per-
cent decrease in criminal acti\ -
it', over the last fi\e sears.
Last year, 2,017 crimni.s
were reported in the.Cpunt).
The greatest concentration
of residents live in,. Sheriff's
District Three, which encom-
passes Pace, Pea Ridge and
Avalon Beach.
(The District Five, Ja\ area.
encompasses the most area, at
500 square miles).
The most common criminal
:ctJ\ it\ throughout the CountN
is theft. according to statisuecs.
Last year. there \\ere 1.140
theft incidents in Santa Rosa.
\\ which includes car-related inci-
dents like auto tag and sticker
theft, and burolarv incidents
in\ ol\ing vehicles .
After that. the statistics
drop sharply\ to 460 burglar\
ca,,es i not including incidents
in\ ol ing burglar, to vehicless i.
And there \ere 157 vehiclee
thefts.
Last ,ear also recorded 144
instances of aggravated and S2
cases of sexual batter.
Rounding out the list \ere
11 robberies. t o homicides
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Pace growth slowing, but plenty still on horizon


By JEFF EVERTS
P -.ss G,.-.\ ,. 5',:-' II,',,' _,
while e Pace seems to be
building houses in nearly every
area of the community, retail
construction slo\\ ed in the earlh
part of this sear. according to
officials.
However, this does not
mean the area isn't ripe for a,
substantial amount of new
growth over the next several
years.


According to Ted Doison iof
the Pace Water Systel, water
tap applications are running
behind last year's rate.
"Last year through March
we had 119 taps into the sys-
tem. but this \ear we hate only
had 63 during the same period."
sas Dotson.
Dotson sa d the current
trend seems to be in housing
developments as more subdivi-
sions are being built.


"The Pace area currently
has about 4,500 housing units-
either under construction or on
the drawing board," Dotson
adds.
This is in contrast to com-
mercial construction which,
other than Woodbine Road,
seems to have slowed.
Woodbine Road is seeing
it's share of new buildings
going in with the recent addi-
tion of the Cornerstone project


along w .ith newv doctor's offices
and storage facilities.
One %welcome piece of
news for Pace residents, as well
as others in the area, is that the
popular Pace eatery, Chet's
Seafood, is finally about to
reopen after nearly IS months
of insurance negotiations and
construction delay s after a fire
closed the restaurant.
Owner Sandy Griner's mes-
sage for all of the customers


who are waiting patient\ for a.
reopening of the restaurant is,
"Our thanks go out to everyone
for their patience, and we really
look forward to serving them
again as soon as possible."
The biggest potential piece
of new s on the commercial
front remains the possibility of
Publix locating a grocery store
in the Five Points area.
Although no one wants to
See GROWTH, Page 7A.


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funds for the organization. Among the activi-
ties, a rumage sale and a car wash. (Right) Dora
Thomason and son, Trey, were on hand for the
rumage sale, as was (below) many others. In
addition to their fund-raising efforts, cadets
also took part in a community clean-up.
Members scoured the Woodbine, West
Spencerfield and Hamilton Bridge areas! Funds
raised during the day-long events will be used
to benefit the Pace High-based program.
Press Gazette photos
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Chumuckla's Opry House hosts Elizabeth Chapel


By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Ga. .v S,'t:t ' If r'er
Visitors convened at the
Chumuckla Farmer's Opry. last
Thursday night. for a fundraiser
to support Elizabeth Chapel
United Methodist Church's
reconstruction efforts.
[Ian destroyed the church
almost two sears ago. but
Pastor Joe Mullen says thanks
to %widespread community sup-
port, reconstruction %till be
complete in a few weeks.
Elizabeth Chapel's congre-


Bridge
Cnm.'i:n' F'oH.' Page' One.
"Before the storms," the
(bulkheads') w ere at least, func-
tional," Goodin noted. "We've
asked the DOT to bring the
bridge up to standards."
Goodin said he made the
request of the DOT in a
December meeting and again,
more recently in a phone con-
tersauon in 'which he said he
asked DOT officials if the>
%were not going to fix the bridge.
would the> at least help Santa
Rosa secure FEMA or other
federal dollars to get the cause-
%way repaired.
Goodin sass he sees no,
interest from DOT in living up
to its original agreements and
is, therefore, suggesting his fel-
lows leaders send a letter to the
state refusing to accept title to
the span. The $-1-rmllion check
has ne'er been cashed and
Goodin says it should be sent
back along w ith the letter.
Goodin sas he believes it
is time to let DOT officials
know "we are not going to

Crime
(o'nri i'edi n F.,n Page , One.
and one incident of aggrat ated
stalking, countN wide.
With the most residents,
how does the Pace area stack up
10 the rest of the counts "
The Pace area recorded 669
total crimes last %ear iup a bit
from 2004's 618)'.
That's compared to District
One iGulf Breeze) 's 2:6.
District Tto iNavarre) reported
324 crimes last \ear, down
sharply from 2004's 484.
District Four in East Milton
reports 644 crimes, up from last
year's 562. And District Five's
Jay area registered 93 crimes,
dow n from last year's 98..
In concert with overall
count figures. theft was. the
most common crime last year in
the Pace area. %with 423 inci-
dents reported.
Other crime numbers
lagged behind theft-Pace had
123 burglaries. 51 vehicle
thefts, 40 aggravated and 20
;sexual batteries, three robberies
and one homicide.
SO\erall. criminal incidents
"in Pace rose by 8 percent last
year, from 618 to 669..
Topping the list, vehicle
theft increased by 70 per-
cent...from 30 to 51 incidents.
Larceny increased 13 per-
cent, from 260 to 294 reports.
Burglary %\as up 18 per-
cent, from 223 in 2004 to 252 in
2005. -
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nation is currendty using the
parsonage and the neighboring.
Chumuckla United Methodist
Church to conduct services and
Sunday School.
The original building was
;constructed in 1937. says
Mullen. on land donated by the
Pace lumber family.
When the church \\as
destroyed, it took a piece of
area history\ with it.
"It was devastating." recalls
U.S. Congressman Jeff' Miller
(R-Chumuckla). ,


stand bx and ha\ e you ignore an
agreement that "was made in
.good faith."
Recently, the bridge has
been hit b. a barge-causing no
serious damage. but the inci-
dent is leading Goodin to ask.
"if they %won't help us not.
what can we expect if %re take
title) and get hit by another hur-
ricane?"
"I think." he says, "we just
need to return the check and tell
them to keep their bridge."
Commissioner Don Salter'
agrees. "I remember this." he
sas. "We sent the contract
back numerous times for clarifi-
cation. If the\ are not living up
to %what the\ agreed to do. I sug-
gest we give the bridge back."
In 2004. Florida noted the
amount of toll it w\as collecting
on the Navarre Beach bridge
"\as just covering the operation
of the toll booths.
Santa Rosa %\as also com-
plaining about the location of
the toll booths. Placed at the
Sirtual entrance to the bridge.
traffic often backed up onto the
already-congested Highway 98.
County officials asked
Florida to move the booths to
the other lexiti end of the
bridge, but were told 'no.'
Santa Rosa then suggested
moving the toll booth to the
other lane-collecting tolls as
people. left the island. Again.
the.\ were told no.
That led to Sansom's com-
promise deal in whichh the state
agreed to get out of the small
bridge business. conves title to
Santa Rosa, giJe a $4-million
check to cover maintenance for
the remaining useful life of the
bridge, offer to first bring it to'
standards, agree to help with
financing if the bridge received
major damage, and have both
sides agree any replacement
,bridge would be, funded via
tolls.
To that end. DOT officials
remo' ed the toll booths, retired
the remaining portion of die
debt ser ice and began the


"I think, out of the ensure
Ivan- experience, it's the thing
that affected our family the
most... Vicki's grandfather dug
the basement of the original
church with a'team of mules."
Despite Ivan's destruction,.
church members organized an
outreach program to distribute
emergency supplies to the com-
munity.
"We passed .out .about
60,000 MREs, and tons of ice'
and lots of water," Mullins
recalls.


process of transferring tite.
A fear now...as back in
2004, is that refusing the origi-
nal offer may. lead the state to
simple transfer title of the corri-
dor to Santa Rosa-w without the
added help of the $4-millioni
But many of the Santa Rosa
leaders feel it is important to
have the DOT lite up to its
original promises.
Commissioner John
Bro'son was the lone voice of
opposition. Monday. "I'm
inclined." he said, "to think it is
in the best interest of Santa
Rosa County for us to own that
bridge if wve can work it out. At
least we %would have control
over that corridor."
"'That was our thinking
back in 2004." noted Salter.
"That's w"hy that agreement
was hammered out. The ques-
tion no% is, are the\ going to
honor that agreement?"
"I agree w\ ith Mr. Broxson."
said Goodin, "it would be in our
best interest to oswn the bridge.
but I don't think %%e hate a part-
ner on the other side.'"
Commission. Chair Bob
Cole said the bridge issue
underlines the need for another
thing from the DOT: to hat e the
road bet een Natarre Beach
and Pensacola Beach repaired.
"Right no%, if something were
to happen to the bridge. there
wouldn't be any %\ay to get
those people off that island
other than putting them into
ro\w boats."
In the end. leaders agreed to
have staff members draft a let-
ter to the Florida DOT telling
the department if it is not going
to live up to the terms of its
original agreement, Santa Rosa
would be refusing to accept title
and would be returning the $4-
million check." ,
That letter is due to come
up for discussion when the
Commission meets in regular
session tomorrow morning at 9.
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All in all. Elizabeth Chapel
volunteers, distributed 12 trac-
tor-trailer trucks worth of sup-
plies to the community...doing
it all from in front of the ruined
church.
And when it came time to
rebuild, the community moved
to return the kindness., with
donations and support for
fundraising and reconstruction
efforts.
"'It "%as such a blessing."
Mulhins recalls.
The church has not set had
to borrow money to fund
rebuilding efforts, he notes.
"It's really kind of a com-
munitu ss mbol." says Mullins.
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Writing pages...

The latest figures indicate almost 1,900 new-
comers are moving into Florida every single day
and Santa Rosa County is surpassed only by
Osceola in growth. This frightfully show s the
problems we're facing.
Closing off the borders is simply not an option
and, as more and more people move to Florida and
Santa Rosa County, our roads become more con-
gested. The pressures upon our educational system
only become worse and public services get
stretched to the limits.
These are the challenges that face our commu-
nity leaders-both in the public and private sec-
tors.
On the flip side, some observers see grow th as.
more of a positive if it is properly managed and
controlled.
For instance. Real Estate agents see growth as
an opportunity to sell more houses. Contractors are
busy building new homes and developing more
subdivisions. Construction workers have guaran-
teed jobs for years to come and businesses relish in
the fact their stores will be packed %% ith new cus-
tomers.
Even government has a positive side to
growth. With newcomers come more tax dollars.
Jobs within goi eminent gro% as the need for more
road crews growvs. Additional law enforcement and
other public sert ice positions are also needed.
How to strike a balance %while preserving the
quality of life so many enjoy in Santa Rosa
County?
Well, we believe Commissioner Don Salter.
one of the authors of the countN's vision of the
future-"The Better Santa Rosa Plan"-is on the
right track.
While we can't stop grow th %% hat we can do. is
lure the "right" type of community-friendly busi-
nesses and industry-capable of attracting well-
paid employees.
Santa Rosa County has also been blessed w ith
attracting military retirees w\ho have high moral
, values and %who have a tremendous interest in the
betterment of their communities.
By carefully and thoroughly establishing the
foundation for growth. Santa Rosa County has
been fortunate to see those moving here as assets
rather than liabilities.
We are seeing expansi\ e growth in the medical
field and. with that, comes new\ doctors, nurses and
medical staff, all or most of \whom w ill live in
Santa Rosa County.
With the expansion of the state.prison system
in East Milton. we'll soon see scores of new% cor-
rectional officer positions become available at lev-
els of attractive %wages and benefits.
In these specific instances. Santa Rosa Counts
is attracting newcomers that contribute to the com-
munity. respect the law and add to the quality of
our grow ing population.
What we don't \ ant is people mot ing into our
county who are unable to support themselh es. who
bleed off the social system and commit crimes
from illegal drug use to breaking into our homes
and businesses.
\VWe believe county planners are focused on
growth and are working on a foundation that
attracts good neighbors and contributors to the
future of our county.
The years ahead will pro\e to be tough chal-
lenges. How our leaders rise to meet that challenge
will write the pages of Santa Rosa's history book.

APRIL 26, 2006
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Gazetie
VOL. 99, NO. 8

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Hoey-Navarre, Guf Breeze
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I THE SANTA ROSA PRESS GAZETTE


EDITORIAL & OPINIONS


Time to salute volunteers


FM: KATHY COONAN
Dear Editor:
What do you call people %w ho consider themselves
on-call 24-hours a day. w ho get out of bed in the mid-
dle of the night to help find a place to sleep for a fam-
ily whose house has been destroyed by fire?
Nationwide, these people respond to 70.000 home
fires a year-and they don't get paid a dime for their
trouble.
What do you call people \\ ho teach strangers how
to save a life, and help U.S. service members separat-
ed from their fanulies by mihtary duty stay connect-
ed-with no monetary compensation?
You call them American Red Cross volunteers.
This past sear. 735 volunteers in Northwest Florida
put their personal lives on hold to provide ser ice to
our community. They responded to 196 house fires.
educated 19.550 residents on how to save a life and
prevent, prepare for and recover from emergencies.
and delivered 2.799 emergency messages from local
families to their loved ones serving in the armed
forces around the world. More than 1.700 volunteers
opened eight shelters, served nearly 46.000 meals and
provided financial assistance to 43.000 Hurricane
Katrina families.
April 23-29 is National Volunteer Week, a time to
thank those who served our community. this year
through %olunteering with the Red Cross. The
American Red Cross of North"west Florida needs peo-
ple from throughout the community, of all ages and
skills. Right now. we would especially !welcome peo-
ple who want to help during hurricane season. The
training is provided at no cost to the volunteer. To
volunteer, contact Jennifer Accardi at 850.682.3356
or call your local Red Cross office.

Why Congress sides with business
FM: JIM HIGHTOWER
Dear Editor:
When you need to fly some% here for business or
pleasure, how would you like to take off' whenever'
you choose, avoid the hassle of airport security, never
have to change planes., enjoy a plush leather seat, and
eat four-star food?
It's all yours - if you're a member of Congress. A
little-mentioned perk of congressional life is that an
air force of corporate jets is available to zip Congress
critters around the countr.. BellSouth. U.S. Tobacco,
R.J. Reynolds, and FedEx are among the frequent
fliers, transporting lawmakers in luxurious style for
onl. a fraction of w hat the trips actually cost the cor-
porations.
In addition to prove hiding ease of travel and tasty
edibles, the corporation also graciously pro ides a
traveling companion: the corporate lobbyist. Thus,
each trip becomes an exclusive, encapsulated
schmooze opportunity for a lobbyist to be up close
and personal with someone who writes America's
laws.
Amazingly. a FedEx lobbyist denies that these
flights give corporations undue access to Congress
members. "The\ get on the airplane and they either
read or sleep," says the lobby ist. "They don't want to
talk to anyone from FedEx." Really? So why go?
Others are more honest. "You can sit down and
have a cocktail and talk casually about a matter," con-
fides a veteran influence peddler. Arid BellSouth's
lobbyist adds that a congressional flight "gives us an
opportunity to form relationships, to have a long
stretch of time to explain issues.... If it wasn't useful.
we wouldn't do it."
And you wonder why Congress keeps siding with
corporate interests, rather than the public interest?
Hey, say the lobbyists, it's a free country - if regular
folks expect to get a break from Congress, they can
offer plane rides, too.
Senators Russ Feingold and John McCain want to
stop this corrupt practice. To learn more, call
Feingold's office : (202) 224-5323.

Remember to count people
FM: JOHN SEAGER
Dear Editor:
Every day we read reports about fuel-efficient
cars, wind turbines, and geothermal energy. All seek
to cut carbon emissions.
Yet, there is near-total silence about the role of
global population growth and the need for population
stabilization. Serious discussion of it was absent from
international climate meetings in both Kyoto and
Montreal and from almost every other public forum.
Scientists warn that temperatures will continue to
rise unless we reduce greenhouse gas levels. Global
warming will be accompanied by increased average
sea levels of 4 inches to 35 inches, flooding homes
and destroying fragile wetlands. To stop this process,


it is estimated that global CO. emissions must be
slashed by at least 40 percent.
Yet the United Nations projects that world popu-
lation will rise by 40 percent to 9.1 billion by 2050.
Even if we change our %ay s. the environmental foot-
print of each human \\ill ne'er reach zero. As popu-
lation increases, the challenge becomes ever more
difficult.
After all, it is people. not birds or bears. who
dri'e the Hummers and the hybrids, w\ho heat and
cool homes and offices. Although the %ast majority of
population growth occurs in the least-developed
nauons, they. too. are using more fossil fuels every
day as they seek better lies.
What can %we do? We know that family planning
works everywhere. When women and couples are
free to make their o\wn informed choices and have
access to education and supplies, they choose to have
smaller families. Thirty sears ago, for example,
Mexican %women had almost seven children each.
Today, thanks to a serious campaign. they have an
a erage of 2.6 children.
Globally, there are at least 350 million couples
"ho lack family planning services. Even here in the
United States, one-third of all births are unplanned.
And the Bush administration's family planning fail-
ures. from its Global Gag Rule to ideologically driv-
en abstinence-only programs that mock serious sex
education, contribute directly\ to millions of unwanted
and unplanned births.
If w\e could cut by half the number of unwanted
births in the United States, we'd have about 5 million
fewer over 20 years. Family planning makes sense for
people - and for our fragile planet.
India is an emerging economic power, producing
more cars every day. Yet less than half of all Indian
women use family planning.
Yes. in the poorest places on earth, people use
much less energy. but birth control \ ill improve their
lives as -well as make a bit more progress toward
meeting the global warming challenge. In the impon-
erished African nation of Niger. a nation of 12 million
about t% ice the size of Texas. three out of every five
people live on less than $1 each day. Only 14 percent
of women use ans form of contraception. A small
investment in family planning would improve the
lives of millions of people.
Conversely. having more people will use more
energy. The sooner we stabilize population, the more
likely we are to meet the climate change challenge.
It's good to focus on thorny. highly technical
issues such as tax credits, energy alternatives, and
emissions trading programs. It's especially important
here in the United States. where less than 5 percent of
the %world's population produces about one quarter of
the %world's carbon dioxide emissions.
But cutting energy consumption must be coupled
% ith stabilizing population. If we had zero population
growth. part of the global warming problem would.
well, melt aay\.
Global warming is too important just to be left to
the politicians, or to the energy experts. It's about peo-
ple - all of us. It's about how many of us there are and
how we choose to live our modem lives. It's about the
very personal decisions we make about when,
whether, and how many children we choose to have.
The weather depends on whether we're willing to
meet the population challenge in today's world of 6.5
billion people.


APRIL 26, 2006"


Yeou


You Spoke Out,

Santa Rosa...
Sunday.,6:54 p.m.
This is Jesse. I have an opin-
ion about the gas situation. The
w ay the price of gas is and the sit-
uation on Highwa. 90. the situa-
tion is a bunch of bull. If people
would stop driving for a %week,
they would lower the price a bit.
That's all I ha\e to say.

Saturday. 4:46 p.m.
This is NlMaine. I \as sur-
prised to look out my w indow and
see a group of boys pass by. They
were picking up trash. They did-
n't find a lot on my road because
I take pride in my area. When I
sa\w the second group. I asked
myself "what can I gie them?'
I'm so thankful people still have
pride and care. If more people
will do this. others \will \want to do
the same.

Saturday. 3:57 p.m.
This is Tony. I want to say
thank you \ery much to any fire-
fighter that helped sa\e my life
and my home on Garcon Point
Road. You are greatly needed.
Thank you so much.

Thursday. 11:04 a.m.
I want to complain about
CSX. I can't understand why they
were allowed to close three cross-
ings in a row-making people go
miles out of their way. They
repaired some crossings. but the
one at the depot is worse than it
ever\ was.

Thursday. 9:23 a.m.
This is John. I'm calling
about the post office in Milton.
I'm complaining about the fact
that they don't comply \\ith the
Americans with Disabilities Act.
You can't get in aid out in a
w wheelchair. The lobby is too con-'
gested, it is doors against doors,
etc,. Ive called Congressman
Miller's office, but they've never
called me back. The other day on
the radio. I heard someone com-
plaining about the same thing.
How can we get Mr. Miller to call
someone back?


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Pr, ss i. -t. .'e S,'a, n :-.'-tr
Has the dry w weather in the
area got your law n feeling a hit-
tle bro%%n and crunchy" Are
your flowers and vegetabless
looking wilted and sickle. ?
Despite a bit of rain last
Friday night. you're not alone
in wondering when the area
might see an appreciable
amount of liquid gold falling
from the hea ens.
According to the National
Weather Ser ice office in
Mobile, the Milton area has
on[l seen .75" of rain since late
February and officials don't
expect things to change any-
time soon.
That, they sa\. is due to a
%weak El Nina weather system
in the Pacific Ocean which is
causing warmer temperatures
and drier conditions in the area.
The lack of rainfall has not
gone unnoticed by Ted Dotson.
Manager of the Pace Water
S\ stem.
Dotson says he can see a
marked difference in the
amount of \water usage this year
compared to last.
"Last \ear. %we were pump-
ing about four million gallons
of water a da\ out of our w ells."
Dotson say s.
"Oxer this past Easter
Weekend. n e I \ere pumping
about 12 million gallons a day."
According to Dotson's esu-
mate. the Pace afterr System
could end up nearly doubling
its w ater output from last year
for the month of April.
"In April of 2005. \we
pumped 98 million gallons of
water and, tdus Near. we could
be close to 160 million gal-d
Ions." states Dotson.
"That is a substantial
amount of \ after "
Doison sa\s the figures for
March also show-s how long the


area has gone without rain.
'"Last year in March we-
pumped 94 million gallons of
water, and this year it was 124
million gallons." Doison said.
Hoev\er. vith as much
water as the system is pumping.
Doison is not concerned about'
Pace Water's ability to keep up
with demand during this dry
period. His only concern .is
Sixth the pumps themselves.
"Some of our pumps are
runmnng 18-20 hours a day and
that is too much." adds Dotson.
One of the things that has
helped Pace Water v ith demand
this year has been the opening
of its new\ reuse water facility in
Stonebrook.
-The reuse facility is doing
just fine right now and \e are
pumping about 800.000 gallons
of that water a day out of the
tank," sa\s Dotson.
"We don't ha e a lot of peo-
ple hooked up to it yet. but
those that do ha\e very nice
looking lawns because of the
mixture of water and nitrogen
coming from the tank."
According to Dotson, rates
for the reuse 'water are actually
quite reasonable.
"There's a $250 tap fee and
then the customer \\ill pay $10
a month for 20,000 gallons of
reuse \water and .50 per thou-


By DEBORAH NELSON
P, " Ga.'. T' r S, \'\i, It er, ,
Chumuckla Elementary
School's new After School Care
'ASC) program is proving so
successful that organizers say
they expect to be able to offer
more spaces next year.
"It has been outstanding."
,,ays Chumuckla Elementary
Principal Karen Barber.
. The school partnered with
Chumuckla United Methodist-
Church, w which oversees ASC
operations.
A non-profit, non-denomi-
national minister\ of Chumuckla
United Methodist. ASC is a
School Readiness Voucher
pro\ ider.
The arrangement allow s the
school to bus students to a
supervised environment at
United Methodist, which pro-
\ sides homework space, play
and snack time. until parents
arrive.
Currently. daily special
activity topics include Culture.
* Craft. Science and Fun Days,
along with a devotional pro-
gram.
This year, ASC hosted
about 15 students.
"We're pleased with that,"
says Barber. "We expect that to
grow next \ear."


Chumuckla United.'
Methodist and the Elementary',
School set up the program last,
year, in response to requests"
from parents.
Before that. Chumuckla
Elementary students did not .
have after-school care avail-
able. , .
"There was nothing.",
Barber recalls.
That \ as actually impact-;'
ing Chumuckla Elementary's
enrollment numbers.
Some parents, say officials,
\were forced to transport stu-*
dents to schools that were ableO
to offer an after-school pro-"
gram.
But the partnership pro o
gram has changed that. says
Barber.
"This has allowed us to
start to see our enrollment
build," she observes.
Chumuckla's program
works on a combined fee and'
School Readiness funding,
basis. ,
Students are bused directly
from school to the church,j
where they're supervised until.
parent pickup.
The school is planning on
offering the program again next
year, with more spaces a\ail-;
able.
Registration is $15, and
more information is available at
Chumuckla Elementary, or b"
contacting After School Car4
Administrator Catherine Ford
at 995-4261.
The program is approved
by the Association of Christian
Schools International (ACSI),
according to organizers, whd,
note that ACSI is recognized by
Florida's Department of
Children and Families.

New library

still on track;
By JEFF EVERTS
Press Gazette Staff Writer
For those waiting for the
new library to open in Pace, th4
good news from County
Commissioner Tom Stewart;
whose district includes Pace, is.
you won't have to wait much
longer.
Stewart says construction
of the library building is under)
way, on schedule, and should be
completed by December....if
not sooner.
"The slab has been poured
and the framing is going up, so
they are moving along with tht
project," says Stewart.
The 5,000-plus square fool
building is being constructed o6t
a parcel of land behind Pace
High School on Pace Patriot
Boulevard.
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sand gallons above that,"'.
Doison states.
"There are some rules and'
regulations the customer willio
have to follow, but nothing.
major."
Dotson says the meter for'',
the reuse vater will probably "
only be read t\ ice per year after
the initial start up.
Pace Water will be holding''
a dedication ceremony for the '
new reuse facility at 11 a.m. on
May 12.
On the business front,'
Dotson says the amount of con-
nections being made to the Pace'I
Water System has slowed ver-,
sus last year.
"Last year through MarchN'
we had 119 taps into the sys-
tem, but this year we have only'.
had 63 during the same period."
says Dotson.
One other project Dotson
says is being worked on is the
new three-million gallon waste-"
water plant currently on the"
draw ing board at a cost of $10.8'
million.
"We have put in for the per-
mit and are finishing up the;
plans for the plant while w\ait-
ing for the permit to be issued."'
Dotson states.
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MHS 'Clas Is"of 1946 hold 60th gAduatio reno
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By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazette Staff Writer
Members of Milton High's
Class of 1946 met this weekend
in Milton for the group's 60th
graduation reunion.
The class recently toured its
old Canal St. school building-
now the District Adnunistratihe
Headquarters.
All recall a most unusual,
event in Northwest Florida that
happened during their time at
Milton High.
"I remember the day it,
snowed," recounts Hosmer
(H.L.) Chesser. "It snowed one
time on the ten years we were
there."
"Every last one of them
knew where they %were [in the
building] the day it snowed,"


Continued From Page One.
comment publicly, unconfirmed
reports indicate the chain will
locate a store at the intersection
of Berryhill Road and
Chumuckla Highway.
This would place the store
immediately to the north of
Stonebrook and a short drive
south of the proposed new
Arcadia Mills community,
which expects to see nearly
10,000 homes built over the
next two decades.
What-A-Burger has also
purchased land adjacent to the
Tom Thumb store at FiN e Points
and hopeful residents will be
waiting to enjoy one of the
restaurant's offerings in the
near future.
There is also some new
movement in regards to the
Pace Comers project being pro-
posed for the comer of
Woodbine Road and Highway'
90. ,
According to officials, this
complex %would include a bank,
retail shops,. and a national cof-
fee chain among its offerings.
State and- local officials have
recently met to discuss road
needs for this complex.
Another new .addition on


adds Chesser s wiue, iaximne.
Class of '46 alumni recall
about 45 students graduated
from Milton High that year.
"That was big, for back
then," notes Chesser.
Former classmates recall a
few rivalries with other area
schools back in the '40's.
"With Jay, yeah," says
Chesser.
"There was a lot of rivalry
in basketball between Milton
and Allentown, I remember
that," says Helen Crews.
.At the time, Chesser
Worked at the comer drugstore.
formerly located at Willing St.
and Hwvy. 90...for $10 a week.
"There was a row' of stores
dow n on the river there behind
it," he says. "where there's a


the food front is the opening of
the new Java Joz Drive-thru
coffee house on Highway 90
next to Aaron's.
The coffee shop offers a
vanety of different coffees and
real fruit smoothies to comple-
ment pastry offerings for your
morning commute.
One other business about to
open it's doors in the Pace area
is Big 10 Tires on Highway 90
near Burger King.
According to company offi-
cials, the store is in the final
stages of construction and offi-
cials are getting stock in place
and w ill be open for business in
the "very near future."
In the area of health care.
Pace recently saw the addition
of a new medical facility on
Highway 90 run by Sacred
Heart Health Care.
The new facility offers doc-
tor's offices, an imaging center.
and physical therapy facilities
among its many services.
Dow n the street. on
Woodbine Road, the Santa
Rosa Medical Center has
opened ts own medical facility.
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park now."
"We had a good time."
recalls Chesser of his Milton
High da s.
"It was home." adds Crews.
"We had a lot of friends--we
were like family...and� still'
are."
Class of '46 alumni knew
most of their teachers all their
lives.
"Teachers were strict, but
they would be more than will-
ing to help you too," notes
Marietta i McDaniel) Smith.
"If we got in any trouble.
they put us running laps around
the campus." recounts Jack
Locklin.
"It was a lot of fun to get
out and run laps around the
schoolhouse when [teachers]
%would catch you chewing
gum," adds Raymond Tolbert.
In pre-TV das. activities
for young people revolved
around school dances, football
games and movies on the week-
end.
"We hard]% ever went to
Pensacola," says Smith. "That
%was a long %way off at that
time."
Alumnm estimate that most
of the class stayed in Santa
Rosa County after graduating.
"I imagine 25 percent of
them moved out of tow n." says
Tolbert, who now resides in
Navarre.
Those who stayed include
Eunice iWhitehead) Plant, who
went on to %work as Secretary at
Milton High for two years.
She recalls being tapped to.
teach speech, science. English
and math for six weeks-after a
succession of teachers were
drafted for WWUH.


She says her own chemistry
class went through 17 teachers.
"They couldn't keep teach-
ers," she recounts. "They kept
drafting them...but we all
passed.".
Doris iMilvini Kingry.,
Santa Rosa's first women to be
elected to the School Board, is a
' Class of '46 alumni.
She served on the Board
between 1970 and 1978.
"I didn't run again, or I
would have been reelected,"
she quips.
Kingry taught English and
Journalism at Milton High for
11 years, and %worked for a time
in the Superintendent's Office.


Library
Continued Fromn Pagee SZt.
Stew art initiated plans for
the librarN last year out of fear
the county might lose grant
mone% it had already received
if the project wasn't built.
The county had already
received a $500,000 grant from
the state %when residents \oted
against construction of a larger
library, facility.
In order to facilitate con-
struction on the current build-
ing, the county matched the
state grant %%ith property.
The site could also. eventu-
ally, house not only the library
but also a storm shelter. swim-
nming pool, and community cen-
ter. but that project is currently
in funding limbo-see related
story, this paper.
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Foundation.
Kingry recalls integration
as being a major milestone in'
school history, and says the
school, and the District, have
modernized greatly oer time.
Much of that she credits to
former Superintendent Benn\
Russell. .
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TEXT AMENDMENT TO THE SANTA ROSA

COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
The Board of County Commissioners will conduct a public hearing to consider a map and text amendment
to the Santa Rosa County Comprehensive Plan for inclusion and transmittal to the Department of
Community Affairs as part of the second of two (2 of 2) amendment packages allowed by Florida Statutes
in a calendar year. The hearing is scheduled as follows:
Monday, May 8, 2006 at 6:00 p.m.

The meeting will be held at the Santa Rosa County administrativee Center in the Board Meeting Room,
6495 Caroline Street. Milton. Florida. At the public hearing, the Board of County Commissioners shall
consider the recommendation of the Local Planning Board concerning the ordinance entitled as follows:

AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA; AMENDING
ORDINANCE 2003-25; AMENDING THE FUTURE LAND USE MAP OF THE SANTA
ROS.A COUNT) COMPREHENSI E PLAN; CHANGING THE LAND USE CLASSIFICA-
TION FOR THE N.41.ARRE TOttNV CENTER AREA AS DEPICTED ON THE ATTACHED
MAP; AMENDING POLICY 3.J.A.8; ALLOWING FOR MODIFICATION OF THE RESI-
DENTIAL/COMMERCIAL AMX RATIO IN THE MIXED RESIDENTIAL/COMMERCIAL
FUTURE L4ND USE.CATEGORY FOR THE N.A1A.RRE TOIlN CENTER AREA; AND
PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
This ad updates the originally advertised public hearing notice concerning the above agenda item.
















Zaing District Amended: (no change)
Future Land Use Designatian Anended: from Residtial
approximatelyy 64.2 acres), Ctmurncial approximatelyy 65.5
acres), and Single Family Residatial (agproxinately 15.8
- arEs), to Mixed Residential/O'amercial - tctal approximately
145.5 acres.
The proposed ordinance and map/text amendment may be inspected by the public prior to the above sched-
uled meeting at the Santa Rosa County Planning Department, 6051 Old Bagdad Highway, Milton, Florida.
Interested parties may appear at the meetings and be heard with respect to this proposed ordinance. All inter-
ested parties should take notice that if they decide to appeal any decision made by the Santa Rosa County
Board of County Commissioners with respect to any matter coming before said Board at said meeting, it is
their individual responsibility to insure that a record of proceedings they are appealing exists and for such
purpose they will need to insure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record shall
include the testimony and the evidence upon which their appeal is to be based.

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


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Pace swimming pool put on hold by lack of funding ;


By DEBORAH NELSON
P , .' (_7 .: i .' . " '': er ,
The possibiiitx of a
Communir Center. storm shel-


ter. gymnasium and pool proj-
ect-en' isioned for Pace-may
be on hold for some time.
Commissioner Tom Stewartan
originally proposed the com-


ple\. to be sited behind Pace
High School. as a long-term
project to enhance the Pace
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Santa Rosa requested state
legislative funding for the proj-
ect. this year. but Stewtart says
it's unlikely the monies 'nill be
coming through in 200u6's
budget.
He's a bit ticked off. he
says, because the state garnered
some $3 billion in windfalll hur-
ricane reco\ern sales taxes last
year...but its not coughing anr
up for Pace.
Representau\e Greg Evers
0ot a $25,000 earmark at the
last nunute for the complex's
shelter portion, says Stew art.
but that 'won't go tern far with-
out additional funds.
It's enough to take the proj-
ect forward to full legislative
deliberation, but Ste art sas
he's not holding his breath
funding will come through this
Sear.
"I just don't think it's got
die clout to carn ni." lie notes.
Stexart sa\s the $25.1000
alone. won't do much good.
"I can't eten get a set of
plans for that." he observes.
Officials had estimated the
shelter and a special needs
facility\ would cost about $5
rmllion.
Ste\ art had hoped to get
about $2 5 million trom die leg-
islature, and ask ' others to
approve the remainder in the
form of an MSTU le\\.
But that appears to be onI
hold, for a w while.
"I can't go to the public and
ask then to support a $4 or $5
million project no\\ on
$25.000," Stewart observes. "I
just don't think that's feasible."
"NbMay be Greg E\ ers can Lmet
something done." he adds. "I
hope so."
Stevart says eten $1 nmil-
lion to a million and a half
'iuld be a good start for the
project.
Down dithe road. the com-
plex could still happen.
.After the Chumuckla sport-
sple\ has been p.ud off. fran-
chise fees should begin flowing
again for net\ recreation proj-
ects. Stetwart points out
The Sportsple\ w\as funded


with District 1 and District 3 ending projects."
park money. ;Shoring up homes and b
Since Santa Rosa o( ns the nesses and building access
proposed site's property, the stornim shelter facilities,
best solution ia be to bide Stev.art. itould go a long
some time, says Ste.art. - '"t, ard protecting the pot
"I think it's still the site for lion dtnng future storms.
a community\ center." he note. It t ill cost more to w
"It's an appropriate site." H, \. S-. and take lon
He says constituents ha'e Stewart observes. than to I
been enthusiastic about pro- a storm shelter for south
posed plans, and it's not time to residents to e\ acuate to dt
th-rotw in the toxtel vet. enmergencies.
"I'm not going to gie' u "The next best aitemati
on the idea jtus because the leg- to fx it t here folks can
islature v, on't dite us an\ home," he notes. "That
inone3." he contends. "\hole lot less expensive
"I'nm going to continue to an e\tacuation route...but
look for funding." don't ha e anl spaces for t
Florida's legislature took in to do that."
an estimated $3.1 billion in hur- Stew art sa.s he'll cont
ricane recovery-related sales to seek the funds to make
taxes last Near. Stewart points complex a reality.
out. and sas\ he's not pleased "It's not dead Net."
thus far %with the amunount of remarks "There's still hope
those monies that ha\e been S io-m
flo\ itng Santa Rosa sa. \%tt a i -".
"\We should ha\e cotten a
fair chunk of that." he notes.
"for future recover\ and hard- -. ,.' ."v?.'-P


Ten years change the

face of Pea Ridge are


By JEFF EVERTS
P',-S Gt :� . :r S; I .."- I
What could hate been
called a 'state of mind'" o just a
place to pass through on the
%%a\ from Milton to Penisacola
ten years ago has no\\ become
one of the hottest stretches of
roadwa\ in Santa Rosa Counts.
A decade ago. Pea Ridge
\\as just a sleepy little hamlet
along High" ax 90 stretching
trom slightly east of Bell Lane
on the east nearly\ to Ejst
Spencer Field Road on its \;est-
ern edge.
\\liat a difference a decade
made.
In the last 10 years, the
roadta\ has seen the addition
of nearly e\ery ty\pe of business
imaginable from retail and
home improvement stores to


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banks. fast food outlets and si(.
down restaurants, flo er shop,
and mo\ le theatres %
Bie-name retailers such as
Wal-Mart and Home Depot
ha\e bought up and developed
coveted piece, of land along
Higth.,a\ 901:
Restaurant chains such as
Chick-Fil-A. R5ian's. Rubi
TuesJda's. \\hat-A-Bureer.
Waffle House. CiCi's Pizza, and
La Hacienda have joined in the
gro\ th of the area.
Pea Ridge has also seen the
addition of numerous small
retail outlets peddling evert-
thin- from flo\\ers to nail
salons. in( addition to new banks
calling the area home such as
Members First and Gulf Coast
Community, Bank.
So. here does this rapidly\
.Se PEA RIDGE, Pe l//-I.


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Navy League honors Sailors
gue' .** ors* ; *- - . Sallo-.'.


of the Year


\\hiiting Field and Training Airw ing Five were recognized at a recent banquet
sponsored by the Navy League Santa Rosa County Council at NAS Whiting
Field.
Commodore David Malone\. USN tCommander. Training Ainvwing File) was the
speaker for the evening. Presentations were provided to each by Santa Rosa
Counr\ Commissioners. Citr of Milton, Embrv Riddle Aeronautical University.
PEN Air Federal Credit Union. Nav% League, and man\ gift and dinner coupons
by local area businesses.
"This was Santa Rosa Count)'s community recognition of our top achieving
Navy and Marine Corps neighbors." League officials note. "The enjoyable
evening resulted in a good warm feeling of two-way community support."
LEFT: Sailors of the Year: (I to r) HM2.Jamie Nevarez, Medical Clinic Juniol
SOY; HN Brandon L. Thompson, Medical Clinic Bluejacket SOY; ABH I Ryan
F. Patrick, NAS Whiting Field Senior.SOY; MASN John Curry, NAS Whiting
Field Bluejacket SOY; AC2 Mario C. Mucci, NAS Whiting Field Junior SOY:
AW2 Daniel B. Brantley, HT-8 Junior SOY: and AW2 Marc A. Covington. HT-
18 Junior SOY. Not present: ATI Joseph A. Rittierodt, HT-18 Senior SOY and
HMI Bradford P. Mullins, Medical Clinic SOY.


ABOVE: Flight Instructors of the Year (FIOY): (I to r) LT Mathew R. Bryant, VT-2; CAPT Allen D. Cassano,
VT-3; LT Eric A. Jenkins, VT-6; LT Alexander Romo, HT-18; and LCDR Kenneth A. Clark. TAW5 Reserve
Component. Not present: LT Flint J. Brady, HT-8.

LEFT: NAS Whiting Field Sailor of the Year, who represented Southeast United States in nationwide
shore station Naval Installations Command competition (and earned Second Place), ABHI i,AW.'SW)
Ryan F. and Mrs. Susan Patrick.


RIGHT- Youngest attendee at Recognition Banquet- Diaughter Lena Romo
x ith Nlomrand Dad, LT Alex' and Mrs. Rebekah Romno i lT-IS FIOY I
Na\y Leaoie President Butch Lindsa\ and National Director \\alt Ree.-e
enjo\ pre-;enrations


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Your help needed to aid


home work for Grady Babb _


L Victim of rare 'flesh-eating bacteria' faces
challenge of putting life back together.


By DEBORAH NELSON
F- aCzc t : II r't ze
Friends of area resist
Grady Babb are seeking do
tions to help cover the "I
eating bacteria" victim's hl
and make it disabled access
American Legion Post
spearheading efforts to re
vate the home. along with
Retired and Seniors Volur
Program (R.S.V.P.) and .1
Th\ Neighbor Xolunteer a,
* cies.
Grad\ Babb contract
rare bacterial disease, so
times know n as "flesh eat
bactena" in March. 2005.
The infection took Ba
left hand, right arm and h
both legs and part of his no
The Vietnam vet under
several surgeries, and is
rently in ol'ed in physical I
ap. to adapt to prosthetics.
Renovations to his h

Pea Ridge
Continmed Fron Page E
expanding area go from hei
Firm commitments and
so-firm rumors have spread
wildfire throughout the con'
nit).
The proposed Santa R
Commons development or
western end of Pea Ridg
said to be including stores
. as Target and a major gro
store chain along with re,
".rant possibilities such
:'Sonn 's. Red Lobster. C
"Garden and others.
The developers of the I
'ect, however, are being t
S':lipped about possible ter
-makine confirmation of I
S-'nesses cormng in theoretic
best1
Another project.
Under a\; on the eastern er
Pea Ridge is the Heritage F
retail and office complex.
According to _de\el
T.


will include handle bar addi-
tions, widening doorways,
knocking out a living room wall
to make it easier to negotiate in
a wheelchair, and lowering
kitchen cabinets and equip-
ment.
"It's going to make a
tremendous difference," sa;s
niece Paige Vecchitto. "It's
going to make his life so much
easier."
Babb currently spends most
of his time in the living room.
notes Vecchitto.
Volunteers have built a
ramp off the back door, to allow
wheelchair access to the back-
yard.
His niece reports Babb is
keeping a positive outlook, but
that not being able to perform
work around his home has been
frustrating.
"He's always saying. if he
just had his hands, he'd be able
to do all these little things." she


ieght. Kevin Hobbs, his development
re? already has commitments from,
not- two major restaurants and he is
like seeing "very spirited" compeii-
mu- tion amongst several tanning
salon companies for space.
Rosa "Now that we are actually
Sthe under construction, a lot of peo-
e is pie are inquinng about space in
such our project.," Hobbs says.
cery "I am 'ery excited about
stau- the interest e are getting and
as hope to sign several more
)li'e retailers and restaurants in the
near future."
proj- One other prime piece of
ight- proper along the heavily-tra, -
tants eled road that is currently for
busi- sale if the former location of the
al at Glad Tidings Assembly of God
located across the street from
no\\ Home Depot.
id ot Howe'er. the end of new
?laza de\.elopment in Pea Ridge
could be in sight as there is very
oper little open property left.


notes.
Babb was an a' id outdoors-
man and hunter and fisherman
before losing his limbs.
"He's not a person that Likes
to sit inside," Vecchitto
observes. ""That drives him
nuts.
Friends say he has accumu-
lated serious debt after the ill-
ness-he did not ha'e health
insurance and expenses are
mounting.
Formerly a general contrac-
tor. Babb w as helping out with
Hurricane Ivan recovery efforts
when he picked up the bacteria.
He contracted the disease
some here in Santa Rosa
Count>, but Babb. and doctors
are unsure exactly where, or
how.
Pneumoniae Streptococcus
Sepsis is currently under inves-
tigation by the U.S. Center for
Disease Control. to discover its
cause.
Organizers say Babb esti-
mates the home could be con-
verted to make it disabled-
accessible for between $6.000
and $8,000. but American
Legion Post 78 Commander
Tom Griffith says he believes it
%will take more than that.
Volunteers have committed
to doing the labor, as soon as
materials and supplies are
a' ailable.
To help out. organizers
ha'e established a Grady Babb
Fund bank account at Gulf
Coast Community Bank.
Contributions may be made at
an; branch.
Friends and family are also
taking donations to help with
Babb's future prosthetics.
Those contributions can be
made payable to the Grady
Babb Fund at any First National
Bank.
For more information, con-
tact Paige Vecchitto at 261-
7166.
Stor' \ in icn /'
Dcoorail,. \e/son.
Reach her
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t mn WEDNESDAY
nl l1April 26, 2006
GvazAte"e Communit Section-B


Identity

Theft

onthe rise
By: Linda K. Bow man
EUt.4.et r\ - FI,,iy Ak "

UF IF.iS SRC Etiisvin

Idenitt,x theft is not a crime
affecting only adults Offenses
against children are on the rise
and ihe problem can be N'orse for
\ouneer c ictim Man\ parents
do not realize that child idenwt,%
theft e'ist:. '.-ujch means the
crime often goes undetected for
Nears sa\s Marn Harrison. a pro-
fessor ' ith the Uintersit\ of
Florida Institute of Food and
Agricultural Sciences.
Parents need to know iho'. 10
recognize child identii\ theft
because earlx discover, can
greatly reduce the impact on titc-
utms. If the crime is reponed
promptly. the thief has less time
to run up debt. and authonues-
hawe a better chance of finding
e',dence ...
For children under S1. the
number of identity [htll corn-
plaints reported to the UL S
Federal Trade Commission
increased b', more than half
between 2li;3 and 2ui04 - from
about 6,4.10i case 1to 9.sil0 The
percentage ot child % victims
amon-2 all idenit', theli cas-es
increased from 3'_ to 4':-..
IdenitNo thie, es cenerall treat
personal data froni cluldren and
adults tihe same ,a',. MNost often.
the\ use stolen inforn-Uon to
conduct fraudulent financial
tans.actions., -houch the% some-
times use it to obiain governmentt
documents such as dri'.er's
licenses., or gi\e it to police 1A hen
stopped or charged v. iih a crtme.
%\ith credit card fraud. child
idenitt N theft djlfeis in an impor-
Lant respect. Thie\es create ne,-%
credit Jcount ffor child c. nicti
v. hereas. mosi cis'e ot adult iden-
uti\ iheti iii\ol'.e_ e ts.tii
accounts. That can make the
crime w%,orse for child i,.timns
According ii a 20,3 FTC sur-
e\. \ ictum, of ile. ccourit traid
spend much more uime and
money clearing their records
compared . iilt . victims who had
only existing accounts accessed
. Victim- of ne.- account fraud are
also far moire ike to encounter
other problems. such as ,denial of
credit. loss of uiiliti or phone
service arid c.-rinin. ina \esq-ga-
tion.
Safeguardinhr a child s identi-
(3 requires m.iii, of the saiae pre-
cautions parents should rake for
theniselues . I . I . .
Preschool children arei unlike-.
ly to be approached, by scam-
mers, so parents must bear the
burden of protecting documents
and other information. They
should avoid carr'. in'e their
child's social securii, card and
complain if schools use social
security, numbers to identify stu-
dents For older children. the
populartii ouf per-'onal computers
_n home- and sclh,,olo creates a
.risk the, %'..ill he , ctmnuzed b,
Interner sman. E'.en those .A. ho
are comrtputer-s.1 \', n.ma\ not.
understand the dancers of being
too free ki. h ithir per,.'nal infor-
mation.
Receiving debt collections
notices in your child'- name is a
serious indication that your
child's information is being mis-
.,used,and warrants checking the
child's credit report with the three
major credit reporting agencies;
Experian, TransUnion and
Equifa\. These should be
checked j,.er, ,ear. e-pecialle if
there is suspicion that personal
information has been compro-
mised.
Parents who discover evi-
dence of child identity theft
should immediately report fraud-
ulent activity to. one of the three
major credit reporting agencies
and ask that a fraud alert be
placed on the child's credit
record. Parents should also con-
tact any creditors listed in the
child's credit report, and file a
police report.
For more information or if
you have a question, call Linda
Bowman, Family and Consumer
Sciences Extension Faculty, The
University of Florida/IFAS-Santa
Rosa County Extension, at 850-
623-3868, between the hours of
8:00 am and 4:30 p.m. weekdays.
Hearing-impaired individuals
may call Santa Rosa County


Emergency Management Service
at 983-5373 (TDD).


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A pillar of STRENGTH:


Local athlete shows strong will and courage battling disease

By BILL GAMIBLIN
PG Sporis Editor , " '

oshua James Sessions is not your typical high school
senior. He is a vounp main lho has become a pillar of .
strength and inspiration to a team and school.
But don't tell that to Sessions. % ho would d rather think of the
team and the goals the\ have set for 2006 instead of looking
back over his shoulder.
The only looking the Jaguars opponents might be doing is
o'er the fences if FridaN's two home runs against in-county
ri al JaN was anN indication of %\hat is to collie.4
"I am starting to Let my eve back." said Sessions. "ho
missed his entire inmor year after being diagnosed %% ith large b-
cell l\ mphoma. "At the start of the season I didn't ha'e m\ eye. 1, .
but I hate spent a lot of time in the cage getting ready to help
my teammates it district play." 1. ... .,
Sessions is not only hitting the ball, but has become an
added arm to the Jaguars pitching rotation. '"7- 1' 3
During his ninth grade year Session pitched some, but he i
"asn't nearly as effectne as hlie has been this season.W
"I am thro%\ine much better this \ear," beamed Sessions "I
knot' I am thro" ing niuch better because I am thro\ ing strikes.
1I don't know \% here thro\ ing the strikes came from. but I
am very thankful."2J"
The 18-\ear old is also tern thankful for the chance to play
baseball again
"'For a month and a half I never left the hospital." said
Sessions. ho "\as treated at Sacred Heart in Pensacola. "'I
came by and archeded a couple of times %hen I %%as being home
schooled and it \% wasn't that bad.
"It didn't bother me to ,,atch the team because I kne" I
ttould be right back out there this season."
The tall right hander, w\ho primarily plays third base for the
Jaguars, made certain he would be back for this senior year as
soon as doctors gave him the green light,
"I started lifting "eights real hard," said Sessions. "No\ I
am stronger than I have ever been.
"'And ,hen I %\asn't in the %,eightroom I %%as ,working out- .
side as much as I could and running." '
But ho\ did a young nman of Sessions physical ability learn
hlie had a uinmor the size of hi, fist rott in_ inside him? .,
"I"v.ent to the doctor for a check up." said Sessions. "I had . " . ,
been coughing a bunch and they thought I had walking g pneu-
monia so the, took some X-ra\ s.
*"That is -hen they found the cancer." . '"
But to Sessions the cancer is all behind him and he is read\ .
to help the Jaguars iin the District I-A title this week, as the A. - 1 . .1 . .l .
tournament is being i held on the Okaloosa-W\Valton College cam- '.
pris.
."\e hate been doing pretty good." said Sessions. "Nott "e
just need to focus on inning the district."
Sessions is read\ to help as he has found his e.e and home-
red on four separate trips to the plate.
"I guess all the working out has paid off." satd Sessions. "I
played basketball this year to get in shape for baseball.
I"I tioure it Cot me in shape because four home runs in one
\ear is the most I hate e'er hit in a season."
The inspiration he has provided the Jaguars is e idenit in a
Sern quiet Sessions r, pe ot \ a \.
"'J.J. i a pillar." said Central head coach Rick Weeks. "The
gu\ s look up to him and he leads them by example.
"He is just a great kid."
It was hard to tell %kho\% h as happier. Weeks or Sessions wheh
it came to his two home run performance to close out the sea- 7 -..-.. .
son.*. T.
"J.J. is a great kid \%ho desert' ed this da\."' said Weeks. "He
has worked hard and 'ra eled do%\n a rough road few have had.
to travel." .0,.'
"I am just happy for him because there \ere times hie as in
his hsi pital bed wondering % hat ', as going to happen and thit
this \asn't fair. stressed Weeks
Who then looked o'er to the Jaguars dugout and smiled
ihen he say. his senior tallkin to his teammates.J
"I amr happy for himn aind lad that this is all behind him."

B Story written by I . -


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� , .. . . Bill Gamblin. Re d it d h.im
at sports@srpressgazette.cornz ...11.1
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FSU Assumes Sponsorship of Sacred Heart Residency


The partnership between
Sacred Heart Hospitil in
Pensacola and the Florida State
University College of Medicine
has expanded to include the med-
ical school's sponsorship of
Sacred Heart's residency pro-
grams in obstetrics and gynecoT-
ogy and in pediatrics.
The two institutions have
been partners since 2003, when
FSU's inaugural class of medical
students first began training in
the Pensacola area.
The hospital's obstetrics-
gynecology residency program
was established in 1964, and the
pediatrics ,residency program
began in 1969. The pediatric res-
idency program provides three
years of training to young physi-
cians who want to specialize in
pediatrics, while the Ob/Gyn res-
idency program is a four-year


program The residency programs
are based at Sacred Heart
Children's and Women's
Hospital.
The programs have operated
since 1995 under the sponsorship
of the University of Florida
College of Medicine. The transfer
of sponsorship of the programs to
FSU will be completed in June.
Due to the presence of FSU's
regional medical school campus
.in Pensacola and the distance
between UF and the residency
programs, it made sense to both
medical schools. and to the hospi-
tal for FSU to assume sponsor-
ship of the programs.
"We are very excited about
consolidating and expanding all
our physician training programs
through our affiliation with the
FSU College of Medicine," said
Dr. Paul Baroco, chief medical


officer for Sacred Heart Health
System "Sacred Heart will be
exploring the addition of more
residency programs to train
physicians in internal medicine
and general surgery. We believe
our status as a teaching hospital
helps to keep us on the cutting
edge of medicine. These pro-,
grams also benefit the communi-
ty by training young physicians;.
many of whom will want to
remain here to serve the people
of Northwest Florida."
Under the new affiliation,
both the residency faculty and,
the residents will become
employees of FSU. They will
also gain full access to the med-
ical school's extensive Charlotte
Edwards Maghire - Medical
Library, more than 90 percent of
which is accessible online.
Residents in the two pro-


grams who complete their train-
ing this June will graduate as UF
residents, while the hospital's
other current and future residents
will graduate as FSU residents.
The pediatrics residency pro-
gram has a total of 18 residents
while the obstetrics-gynecology
program has 12. residents. The
two programs have a total of 70
faculty and staff. The obstetrics-
gynecology program is under the
direction of Dr. Clyde Dorr, and
the pediatrics residency program
is under the direction of Dr.
Edward .Kohaut. Dr. Alma
Littles, associate dean for aca-
demic affairs at the FSU College
of Medicine, is the designated
institutional official responsible
for oversight of the medical
school's sponsorship of the pro-
grams.
Dr. J. Ocie Harris, dean of the


Programs

FSU College of Medicine, views
the medical school's involve-
ment with residency training at
Sacred Heart as a welcomed
addition to the continuum of edu-
cation offered by the medical
school.
' ' "Many of the residency pro-
gram faculty at Sacred Heart
already had faculty appointments
with the FSU College of
Medicine for the clinical training
of our medical students," Harris
said. "Now, we have two pro-
grams in which FSU students,
residents and faculty are. working
together."
Paul Payne and Chris
Sundstrom, two members of the
medical school's Class of 2006,
which will graduate May 20, will
begin their residency training at
Sacred Heart in obstetrics-gyne-
cology in July.










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Penton, Gilbert H.
Gilbert H. Penton., also
known as Jack, age 72, passed
away unexpectedly. but peace-
fullx, on Thursday. April 20.
2006 at a local hospital
Mr. Penton %\as retired from
the Santa Rosa County Parks
and Recreation Department.
Gilbert "Jack" was best
known for his obvious lo\e for
children. He always wanted to
be the one to introduce a young
child to their first lollipop and


from then on children of all
ages knew there w\as candN to
be had in his presence. He had
a wonderful sense of humor
and loved pranks and practical
jokes. His favorite pastime %\as
fishing and he shared this wi th
his children. He %%as a strict
and stem father, but he taught
his children morals. valuess and
%work ethics and those same les-
sons are now being passed
dow n to his grandchildren. He
\\ill be lreatlt missed but his
spirit will always be w ith us.
He is preceded in death b%
his parents-William H. and
Minnie D. Penton: -4 broth-
ers -Clifford. Harrm. Jim and
John Penton: 3 sisters-Mattie
Knight. Stella Wise, and Ella
Mae Jo\ ner: and I grandson-
Adam Aslanian.
Mr. Penton leaves behind to
cherish his memory his dedi-
cated and losing wife of 34
.ears-Elmira Penton: his for-
mer wife and mother of his
daughter-Opal Johnson: 2


sons-Raymond - (Laura)
Penton, and Randy (Kinfi
Touchion: 3 daughters-Linda-
(Petei Reynolds. Brenda iRayN
Revill. Becky (lMark) Cardona;
15 grandchildren-Amanda.
Kaley and Carissa Penton,
Chris (JessicaI Touchton.
Jennifer ,Bobbyi Resmondo.
Amanda (Ryan) Lazarte.
Ka% lene Trai Wilson. Tyler
Jacobs. Stephanie i BartI
Moore. Stace- iNMichelle
Despain. Shannon April
Despain. Brigette (Ronald)
Robinson. MNarc IDanai
Belanger. Rodne\ Aslanian and
Michael Cardona: 19 great-
grandchildren - Bethany
Touchton. Morgan and A\a
Lazarte. Chasin and Courtney
Wilson. Anthony Moore.
Danel. Nlaka\la. Malexa and
Maleesa Des.pain. Hunter and
Dakota Despain. Ron Bronte
and N.ajee Robinson. Christian.
Autumn and Taylor Belanger
and Ashleich Aslanian: 2
brothers- Rufus Penton, and
Troy iRachel Penton: 2 sis-
ters- Annie Ruth Nicki Davis
and Christine Lockett; and
numerous nieces, nephews and
friends.
Gilbert -"Jack" Penton's
funeral service \was held
Sunday. April 23, 2006 at
Le\wisx Funeral Home \ with Re\.
Alton Ni\on and Re\. Brenda
Rex ill co-officiatiin. His earth-
ly bod\ was laid to rest at
Pine'\ie% Methodist Church
Cemetery.

Mauney, Katie Lee
Katie Lee Nlauney. age 91.
of Stockbridge. GA died in
Milton. FL on Thursday. April


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Free 'Meet the
Doctor' Event planned
Baptist Medical Park is
hosting a free "Meet the
Doctor" event to introduce new
implant technology in microin-
cision cataract surgery. It will
be May 4 from 3 to 4 p.m. in
the Azalea Room.
Ophthalmologist Saul
Ullman,' M.D., will lead the
presentation on multifocal
intraocular lenses, which have
more than one focus plane and
'allow a greater range of vision.
For many patients with
cataracts, this new lens technol-
ogy means improved eyesight
and less dependence on .pre-
scription and reading glasses.
A cataract is a clouding of
the eye's normally clear lens.
Usually slow forming and
causing no pain, cataracts block
or distort the passage of light
needed for clear vision. More
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65 and older have cataracts,
which can lead to nearsighted-
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Register for the Meet the
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Teacher
Appreciation
luncheon scheduled
The Santa Rosa Count\
Alliance of African-American
Educators cordial min sites you
to a Teacher Appreciation
Luncheon, a tribute to the
Educators of T.R. Jackson
School prior to 1968 on
Saturday. the si\th da\ of Ma\.
2006 at 11 a.m.
The key note speaker w ill be
Dr. George Jackson. Ph.D.. a
T.R. Jackson alumnus, and
Assistant Dean of Graduate
Studies at tIow a State
Uniersiti.
The luncheon %- ill be at T.R;
Jackson Pre-K Center. Roberts
Hall, 4950 Susan Street in
Milton, FL.

BNI
schedules meeting
On Thursday, April 27,
2006 a meeting wkill be held
from 11:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. at
the La Hacienda Restaurant at
6583 Caroline St. Milton This
is a Visitor Day meeting for
TnCities Business Network
International chapter. BNI is a
structured ,.. ,rd-of-mouttth mar-
keting program that turns peo-
ple into sales representatives
for your company. This 1-1/2
hour lunch meeting is designed
to invite new nmembrei, to this
chapter;..and' to explain '"hov.,
TTnCities iMilton. Pea Ridge.
Pacei BN1 works and to
demonstrate w hat chapter
members do to generate refer-
ral business. Everyone 'will
have an opportunity to submit
an application for membership
after the meeting.
Please come hungry, lunch
will be on us; your only obliga-
tion will be to RSVP before the
meeting. Remember to bring
plenty of business cards to pass
around, as you will meet lots of
local business professionals! If
you have any questions, please
do not hesitate to call Pauletta
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20,2006.
Funeral services were 12:30
p.m.. NMonda., April 24. 2006
at Horis A. Ward's Fatiriew -
Chapel in Stockbridge. GA.

Williams, :
David Lee, Jr.
2003 - 2006
David "Da Da" Lee
Williams. Jr.. age 2 of Milton,
passed aV.a\ Thursday. April
20. 20 06
David was born in
Pensacola, but had resided in
Milton all of his life. He is the
son of David and Natisha
Williams Da\id loved to run
and plat with his big brothers.
He \%as a sw\eet and gentle child
and lo\ed to give hugs. He
attended \\est Miltor Church
of Christ.
Other than luhis parents, he is
sun i\ed b\ 2 brothers--Dillan
and Justin W illiams of Milton:
paternal grandmother-Linda
Rabren of Pace: maternal
grandparents - William
iDa\wn King of Cantonment.
and Ton\a Jack\i Duke of
Cantonment: paternal great
grandparent-Eva Rabren of
Milton: maternal great grand-
parents-Genex ie\e Juan i
Ramirez of Cantonment:
numerous aunts. uncles, and
cousins.
Gra\eside funeral services
for Da\id ..ere at 2 p.m.
Monda\. April 24. 2006 in the
Milton Cemeter% uwith Minister
Mtke Nlefford officiatine and
Lew is Funeral Home directing.
The family received friends
from 12 to 1 p.m. on Monday at
the Le\ is Funeral Home.


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ing r.c.r. acd 'alorem as:r".
menTr .n acc.:ordance rah ir Ie
proviion:r ol Crhaprer
*197 3E3V'. Fic-rda S alulres

, rnere m3, ,e o:ca '.or.s her.
one or m.:ore Super.ilor: CwlI
S" ,pr.C.p.ale y telephone Ar Inet
Cabo.e luoc aliior. iere will oe -3
-speave.' rleiphone presenr To
ital ary .nmre.ted 1permon .:3r.
anend Ihe meeting al Ien-a
above ilcaior, rana ce lily
iniormed-l I ne dA.:ci:arcrr,
La.ing place etrer Irn per,:.r- 01
by le ,iepn.:.re co.: rimur..i Ca .r.

Oners o1 irne properne- icL. -e
a-ea:ed, and ariCrer .r.ereml.
eo ir.ere.n may app .ea, and be
nea.l al sucr IpublC riear.r.,9

Thi,: near.r.g ., O:pern .:, Ihe
public and illn be cond., uciei, .-,
accordar.:e .hn tre pro.r.ior.:
of- Fi.rida LaWv lor Comrnunir,-
Developrnmel DOI inci
Pursuanr to provsionr i me he
American. -Win Driabh.i.ea:
Aci any peaiorr requ.r.i.: spe-
cal ac comnmodali.:nr Io parTc.
ipale 'n in.; near.r.g i aSited 10
c'rniacI me Dinc Oini Oce al
l6131 933.5571 al leal 46
-hours before ime nearing ilI ou
are rnearir.ng o r pe-c
impairedd please conia.-T: Itr,
Fi.:.r.di BRela, S r..'Ce aiT I 0i I
9' 55.'477'0 vr.:o.:, r.a ad you in
r,.riacr.ngm Irn Da.ir.ci Orics

Immediately il.:.ll.:w.ng in. pub-
I.c r,.earr,. inere .ii e- a miraeel
rng of ne Boaid cIl Super,.ara
'o Shore rid Sarnia Rp�o
Community Dee.elopm.enl
S D'si Ici c. :nsider +rCna.1 n
SOiar..z.ainal ian.err related.
o Irhe DIilci T 10 :,or.i,ier Ihe
Eer.re. anrd racIIie, t10 be
pr..nde. b, Ir Ie DiTri anad me
Si.rnan.:.ai pann.r.n .:or ai.5 and
S .any oIrer tuJlr-i :i s %hl:r. iray
properly ::rr.le bo-r.:re

A per,:.r. a no dcAide IC.
,appeal any dec.I.i.nr. ma.le bv
the Board wViT, respeCl to 1 r,,
maneit a:or.i-dere. al Irne hear.
.ng; .n aa..ted inal person ,hII
need a record e01 Ie procee,-
incg and ial accowrd.ngly. me
person may, reee., ic ensure
thal a ..erbalim record ol Ire
' proceeding. i: made rnclud.r.g
l'e leilmory ana residence
..upor. r.nch irm e appeal i" I:-. e


eale Wiilliear
rEli|riri,: M ,nager


0.J1906
2.421l06


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUfT IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
JUVENILE DIVISION
CASE NO. 04-OP-144

INTHE INTEREST OF:

B.J. 08o18/1993

M.A. 03/01/1997

A.H. 05/27/000 <

TO: Bennie Joe Jackson,-
father
I/k/a 28 Horn Street
Pensacola,Florida 32503

Natural father of B.J., a
minor child
DOB: 08/18/1993

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FlED that a Petition under
oath has been filed In the
above styled Court for the
termination of parental
rights of B.J., a male child,
born In Escamblea County,
Florida, by the Department of
Children and Family
Services, for subsequent
adoption, and you are hereby
commanded to be and
appear before the Honorable
Marci L Goodman, Judge of
the Circuit Court In and for
Santa Rose County, Florida,
at the Santa Rose 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 writ-
ten 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 PARENT TO THE CHILD
NAMED IN THE PETITION
FOR TERMINATION OF
PARENTAL RIGHTS.

WITNESS my hand as the
Clerk of said Court and the
Seal thereof, this 4th day of
April, 2006.

CLERK OF COURT
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By, M. M. Smith
Deputy Clerk

J I 90F
..4:06.6
u'50306


NOTICE OF GENERAL
ELECTION

I Sue M Cobb Secrelary oi
SaSle or Ihe Slare .t Filorda do
nereb-, ge rc-li:e inai a GENr-
ERAL ELECTION w.11i be held
.n S3N TA ROSA Gounrry. Sale
ot Flor.da. On ihe SEVENTH
a i, or NOvEMBER A D.
;(.6E, i: 1, l Ir .Ier. ine lollo .
.ng oftce�:

Un.e-i i laiF i SC -rnavrI


Reprea.iolaine In Congraz,
D iir ..'I I
Governor and Lieutenant"
CGcvernoroI
Anornmey General
Cher Frsar,.:3i Ornicer
C omrr.m.;.or.er c1 Agr,-: ulure
S ale S.arani:.r D.iici-, -' ard 4
Sl1e Repreee;,Ial.ve Disiri la
I 3 and 4
Supreme Coun Relemaa,-o, 3o
Tr,rree Juage;
Fir:l Diairci Court of Appeal,
Reaer,l..r ..-.I Tnree Juadrge-i
C.r.,cui Jidg.e Fr . Judicial
Circu.I Gro:.up 1 7 1 3, 14-
and 15
,cr.ool Board: Districts 1, 3
and5 - .
County Commissioner:
Districts ? snd 4 "
A alonr. Beacr,.Muial Fire
ProeI.:i.on Di-lrici Seats 1, 3
and 5
Holley-Navarre Fire Protection
D l'r.wci Seal i1 3 ari.14
r.lday F,re Pr.:,leclOn D.-lr.CI,
Seal . and e 4
Ba.:kwiaer S..I aond Waler
Corn r. aic.n ,i:-lriCt Gioup,
I 3 ard

irj Teimony Wner.re,-i, I
Hereunlo eri mvy rnand and
art.'ed ine Greal Seal of ireA
Stale 01 Florida al
Taiianr.a:ee Trne Capial irni
Secor.nd iay ,l Apr.l A D






,1.16o06


NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S
SALE

NOTICE . rneareby gien tmar
C-ursuari 10 WRIT OF EXECU-
TiON azsaue .n Circu.i Goun of
Sania R-,:sa Cournry. Fiorria or,
Ire iln day l0 Fet.ruar . 2.006
.n ihe c:au.e where. Paradise
Conaiructor. Inrc Sa plyrain
and Roeber E Coulure arnd
M'Ify E CouTure were deler.
j.anJr. be.ng Caae No.
03000I 0CA irn said courl I
Wendell Hall Ay Serrifh' o
Car.ia Ro.a Courrr Filor.da.
hi te le..ed upon all ine r.lgh
.1 1rianad liere al 01 Ihe pla.r.i,tn
Paradise Conhlruciors Inc .n
and to Irn..e I:lOAwig -cacr.oed
real properTy , io *'

DESCRIPTION OF PROPER-
TY
I Corirmer,.cng al Ihe
ticrir.ea c. Orr.er :.1 the
Souineaal Quaner .1 Ser-ion
8 Towr.n�n.p i ronn. Range 29
Wetl Sanla Rosa Counri
FoI.rida. ir.ence run Soulr,
along me Eam line ofl aid
Souineasi Ouanrer a dasOlarce
of 990 leer inence run weEil
M57 50 leet .) a po.nl onh he
C-nl .gnil c1 way ol a 50' rcad
Knolrn as 5.1cox Lane. Ihesrce
run norlm along 5aid rigrt 01
wvay i10 leel Io the poinl of
.eagir.inr.g. hence. rur. wvel
307 0 ile-e. more or lea.. to
ihe r.orlhCeI;r .:.:.rner ol parc-el
ec-.:r.bed in 0 R Bool 618.
Page 20901 oIme public recorarE
oi S3nir Rosa Counry. Florida,
Ihence run norin '193 Ieel
Ir.erce run e-ast .308 62 lel Io
a.nd AS i rngr. rl of/ay ol SiIc.a
Lane inence run Souin along


ard r.gghi. of way 193 reelI lo me
p.ir.1 .:i t.egr.r. g ParcAel lyngr.g
a,-,-i De-ng .luale-d n Section
8 iownrhip I norlh Range 29
wea1 Sannia Rosa County.
Flormas
2. Lot 12, Block B, Ashton
Woods Phase 1, a Subdivision
or a po.to..:n oI s.ecior. 5
Tocwnir.r.p 1 Norm Range 28
WeO1 Sanra Rosa Couary'
Fplanda aS Re.:c.red ir. Plai
B,-l - H p-ae - c1 ci.ie Put.iiC
Record'-: oi S.aTid Co .unty
3 Loiu 14 15 16, and 1..
B6:C1.c 35, &VALiON BEACH
.LUBDIViSICtN acco-ldng I,0.
Pii recorded in Piai Book A
Page= i Ir.ru 10 01 ir.A Public
Records of Santa Rosa
C,-:ur.ry. Fionda

An, ,:.r. ira 2ird day of-3 May5
2n006 i rail 11er irn. propesy'
Icr i.1e, a ine e a1i irorni door
c-r ir.e Sarla Roa C.im.inai
Ju;ihce Facihiva in rlfion
Sania Rsic a C.unry. Flor.ia a l
in,e hour or I L00 in on .r C
:.:ir ii-er.-aner a5 po, TDia I
wii o ner lor s ale ail me -aid
pla.r.,hn a Parada'e
Conilrucl.-r; In.: r.ghi. idle
.an .nieres .r. ir.e ao.resa do
real properTy.. al pur-ii.: auction
arnd wail ell I h. arr.e .suble .l
Tor ax:,e all prior Iens' encurn.
brar..:ce and ludgmer.,n .1 arny
I.:. me nigrne.ar aind beir bidder
Ior CASH IT HAND The pro-
reedli I,. Ere appled3 a1 rar 3a2
may - e lTo ie payrr.enl Iol
CCO, . ar.a Ire aisracllorn ,31
Irne ac,,.e,,dea":ritbe- evecu-
iic.n

WENiDELL HALL. SHERIFF
OF SANiTA ROSA COUNT.'
FLORIDA
6, '-' .lrr.e. E C.e;.er
.Jame E CreaEsr.ier
['epuly Snrer.n

IF ',OU HAVE A DISABILITi'
REOuIRING SPECIAL
AC.COr,1MODATIOiNS OR TO
PRR INGE TO VIEW THE
PROPERTv' PLEASE CON-
TA.CT JANjICE PLATT in.'ni
983.1381 AT LEAST SE'/VEr
17. DaYS PRIOR TO THE
SALE DATE


,,4Sl06,
.50 306

4081

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
JUVENILE DMSION
CASE NO. 02-DEP-200

IN THE INTEREST OF:

A.P. 03/16G1991
C.P. 03/25/1992

MINOR CHILD

TO: Alicia Pierce, Mother
I/k/a 2005 Hardy Street
Lecompte La

Natural mother of A.P. and
C.P, minor child
DOB: 03/18/1991

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a Petition under
oath has been filed in the
above styled Court for the
termination of parental
rights of A.P. only, a female
child, born In Mount
Pleasant, Texas, by the
Department of Children and
Family Services, for subse-
quent adoption, and you are
hereby commanded to be
and appear before the
Honorable Marcl L.
Goodman, Judge of the
Circuit Court In and for
Santa Rose County, Florida,
at the Santa Roaa County
Courthouse, 6865 Caroline
Street, Milton, FL 32570, on
the 18th 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

041906
042606
05050l



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-


CUIT, IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
JUVENILE DIVISION
CASE NO. 02-DEP-200

IN THE INTEREST OF:

A.P. 03/16M/991
C P 03/25/199?_

MINOR CHILD

TO: Gary Plerce, Father
i/k/a 71 6th Lot 43
Shallmar, FL 32579

Biological father of A.P.,
minor child
DOB: 03/16/1991

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a Petition under
oath has been filed In the
above styled Court for the
termination of parental
rights of A.P. only, a female
child, born In Mount
Pleasant, Texas, by the
Department of Children and
Family Services, for subse-
quent adoption, and you are
hereby 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 18th 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 PARENTTO THE 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: M M Smith
Deputy Clerk

OJ 13'06
,.",4 0�
5S.0 3,',



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUff, IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
JUVENILE DIVISION
CASE NO. D4-DP-W6

IN THE INTEREST OF

P.S. 10161993
RP 10 23.12001
CP 10 01 20C.1'

MINOR CHILDREN

TO: Kerry Moon Sheffield,
Mother
Idma 53887 Nagle Drive
MIlton, FL 82570

Natural mother of P.S., a
minor child
DOB: 10/161993

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a Petition under
oath has been filed In the
above style Court for the ter-
mination of parental rights
of P.S., only, a female child,
born In Escamble County,
Florida, by the Department
of Children and Family
Services, for subsequent
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 Ihe
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: M M Smith
Deputy Clerk


04r906
0-42606
050306
0351006


STATE OF MINNESOTA
COUNrY OF CLAY

IN DISTRICT COURT
SEVENTH JUDICIAL DIS-
TRICT
FAMILY' COURT DIVISION
CASE Tr PE DOC
COURT FILE NO F4-06 520

SUMMONS

in Re ne Marrnage ol

Donald Lee Larson,.

Petitioner,

and -

Debni:ran Lea Lail:.n

Reapo,-iAerr

THE STATE CF Mt.IrNJrESOTA
TO THE ABOVE NAMED
RESPOfJDENT

YOU ARE HEREBY SUM-
MONED AND REQUIRED to
Serve upon Pelnt.oner an.31-
ney an Answer to me PaPelion
1or D.s.Eoiualu r.o MI .rt-age nhal
I, hierewilh cere.,d on you.
wilhir. inir-y 130) d-ay" aner
ier.ice e imni Summrons upon
yO.u eiclu .lve or ire dal.e O1
ier..ce 11 you wir. 0 conr-Tel
in.I D.-aOilulilr on .01 arria-ge
pr.a:ce.'.ng

Ii y'.:u ra.1 T.) do .o Juigmr ene
by Deiauil bII be ra1en against
you lor Ie relief reque=led lor
in ine Peaiion lor Disoluiuon ol
Marriage

NOTICE OF TEMPORARY
RESTRAINING AND ALTER-
NATIVE DISPUTE RESOLU-
TION PROVISIONS:

UNDER MINNESOTA LAW,
SERVICE OF THIS SUM-
MONS MAKES THE FOL-
LOWING REQUIREMENTS
APPLY TO BOTH PARTIES
TO THIS ACTION, UNLESS
THEY ARE MODIFIED BY
THE COURT OR THE PRO-
CEEDING IS DISMISSED:

,ii NEITHER PARTY MAY
DISPOSE OF ANY ASSETS
EXCEPT oip FOR THE
NECESSITIES OF LIFE OR
FOR THE NECESSARY GEN-
ERATiON OF INCOME OR
PRESERVATION OF
ASSETS iil B', AN AGREE-
MENT IN WRITING. OR 1iiin
FOR RETAINING COUNSEL
TO CARRy' ON OR TO CON-
TEST THIS PROCEEDING

121 NEITHER PARTY MAY'
HARASS THE OTHER
PARTY. AND

13i ALL CURREIITLY AVAIL-
ABLE INSURANCE COVER-
AGE MUST BE MAINTAINED
ArID CONTINUED WITHOUT
CHANGE tiN COVERAGE OR
BENEFICIARY DESIGNA-
TION

| PARTIES TO A MARRIAGE
DISSOLUTION PROCEED-
ING ARE ENCOURAGED TO
ATTEMPT ALTERNATIVE
DISPUTE RESOLUTION
PURSUANT TO MINNESOTA
LAW. ALTERNATIVE DIS-
PUTE RESOLUTION
INCLUDES MEDIATION
ARBITRATIC-li ANID OTHER
PROCESSES AS SET
FORTH IN THE DISTRICT
COURT RULES. YOU MAY
CONTACT THE COURT
ADMINISTRATOR ABOUT
RESOURCES IN YOUR
AREA IF YOU CANIJIOT PA'
FOR MEDIATION OR ALTER-
NATIVE DISPUTE RESOLU-
TION INj SOME COUNTIES
ASSISTArNCE MAY BE AVAIL-
ABLE TO YOU THROUGH A
riOrJFROFIT PROVIDER OR
A COURT PROGRAM IF iOun
ARE A viCTt.Il OF DOMES-
TIC ABUSE OR THREATS OF
ABUSE AS DEFIED IN li N
NE:OTA STATUTES. CHAP.
TER 518B 'O J ARE NOT
REQUIRED TO TRY MEDIA-
TIONr AND t3U WILL NOT BE
PENALIZED BY THE COURT
Ili LATER PROCEEDINGS

IF YOU VIOLATE ANY OF
THESE PROVISIONS, YOU
WILL BE SUBJECT TO
SANCTIONS BY THE
COURT.

DOaied irn. 2-in day of
Fec.ruar,. 200o

LEGAL SERVICES OF
NORTHWEST MINNESOTA
/s/
Anne M Hoeigen
Anorney oCr Paell.oner
1015 7ih Ave I
PO Box 838
Moorr,aaId .111 565i.'.i.'1883
1216; 23:r.R655
Anorney LerCc.e N,:,o 3.089' .

041006

051006


4M00
iI THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT. IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Cae Jumrnber E. 7.2006.CP-.6

Iti RE Errale of-
BRADEN L BALL


NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Tnr adrrm.n,5irallor, *.Il Ihe
ErIa.ise 1 Braden L Bzili
Dee-:B.-ad Ca:e Nubrrner .57-
20,36-CP66 .: penr.Inrg ,r, in
C'rcui Counri lr Sanrra Rosa3
Curry FIlo.3. ir. a31 .Grudls I:
wr...:n . Sarnta Reos Counrry
CourIh.:.use. 6665 Carolina
Siretl u.'le N, ATT I I
P rob a I G u a ra n h hp
Ju..an.ie. l.lii.'n Florida
32570 Tne narne" and
ad1.Je.e C- I Ir, Co.Paer.nal
Repr-'er.1laI.. anard ihe Co.
Per.onalr.ai RereinIarIalls
allorne, i are -il lonr. below
All .;r.adI1r3 01 Iri decade-i'
and ,rer persons ha,.ng
*:Ia'.m cr demand ega.rins
aecJenli s elale includ..ng
urmatured cori.nigeni or
unI.qu.darea claims or., norm
a ,.:,py .i ir..= noice ,- s.er.ed-
rr.ui rile Ihi.r Cla.ms Mll in. -
Courl WiTHitJ THE LATER OF
THREE 131 MOlTi-IS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRT', (30''
DAr S AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COP' OF
THIS IINOTICE 014 THEM
All -iner cread.Ior ol lIn& deA
den 3rand pri.-ons navlng
<:iaimr, demaina agari.nl ina
ceCadan zcitars including
unmaiur-d comnlngni or
uniqu.aaae cla3.iTI muSa hi e
iheira , csm wiihn hi.s coun
WITHIn THREE 131 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE
ALL CLAIMS NIOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED

NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
Thi 1ai Ol Ir re i rs purlica31or.
ol In, Nol.ce i April 2. :016

CO-PERSONAL REPRESEN-
TATIVES:

BRADEN KIRK BALL SR
1611 Yale's A.enua
Penyacola Flonda 3'2503

JAMES ROGER BALL SR
3325 Baillood Lane
Pace Florna 3?571 9558

ATTORNEYS FOR CO-PER-
SONAL REPRESENTA-
TIVES:

ROBERT D HART JR
Flornda Bar rJunmc.er 111552
CLARK PARTINGTON
HART LARRY. BOND &
STACKHOUSE
Suile 80'0 125 Wea1 Romana
Sireel
Posi:l Otr-.c Drawer 13010
Penm.:al- Flor,.da 32591-
3010
Telephone 1850) 4.349200
A0120383
uJ042 6,



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEAR-
ING

WHEREAS J.Ibr. HC.wIy,, r.as
pei.iu.ne.l 1. vacale. abandac.r,
di:ClunCinhj an- reno.ur..:e any
.rnIfretl and3 rirghI I Ihne publ.:
in and 1i Ihe hollowing g
a.i-.:r.ead p..opaery I1o alt

R .alrc.aI Sire5 .l 1, Ihne ev il :1
Bloc.:k 1I o1 h-i. FlIoidalc.nr
Sut.d,..il-rl an. recor.e:d -n
Dea, Bcok. A-8 page '6, *1
Ir.e putr.I 1 rec-.-r.i3 I r1 San
Ro'a Crounr, FIorda

AND WHEREAS a I.me a.nd
dale hn. been esli'ii1he-d lr
3 put.i. r.,arling l6r Ir.. Board
o3 Country Comms..ronear. t.:
consider the aova -'.bry of
S 'er.:ng'i 'Is auIncoriiy pur-
- JarI 1.. Crrapier 336 i ir. a
general ,'a1uiles I . c .:ae-
aar.do.:r. d.:oi r.niinue
reArounrc. ard ,di.,iaim any
ri..Ihl r n.rie.isi-l o- ine - ubl.,: .r
3and 1.0 i a I a co.- d i-c.-n. ed
proper,

NOW THEREFORE all r.ler.
exiled pai'on., arnd [he public
gvr.6rally arec di.rCled inal a
pui,.. hear.nrQ upon r., Th abc...
'rr.ioniewd Pel.ir.n, .rnall De
reaid y Inre Board c.l Counri
.-.:nmmra.oneirs o1 Sania Rora
CC.unyi. Florda. In ine
C OIrT,,Til e.or Meal- .n-
R.oo . n Ine Sar.ni R.): .
County Adm.rir,,alr..,. Crnie.r
locate a !I.9-. Caroline
Street, I.II.:.rn Flo.:.ra or. in
11th day of May, 2006, at the'
hour of 9:30 a.m. cst/cdst, or


a: mO:r. ire.e.atrher a- Ine mar.i
-lr c -a C.e ,o..:r.ide.re

All ir.,erei.e.l parnlo a r,.:.uld
lake nel,,ce Th l i iney d,1,:0de
o10 pp-ail any dEc,3,,:Or. m3ade.
j. Irae BoaBd 01 CouaryI
Commissioners with respect to
ar., rr, ne. c.- .r.r.g telie .3 a .i
Board a31 .ad meein. il i.
Ine,.r r.ad.iual rei Or.ic..Ihl, 10
.rure final a reco-rd .I pro.
,:ceednga i h are appeal.r.ng
c.1Sl3r and oir uC.r purpc:eA
they v.111 need 10 ,nure nal a
.e'.iba.m record o r1 Ie pr.:.-
ceading. .i made ,ani:n
record nall ,n.lude Irne leal.
mrn.y and rte evidence upor,
r..Ch, itred, appeal 1 10, be
oaed Inlereledd parlh.ia may
appear al trie rre')ng .3rand e
rneard wilh repepicI Io Ir.. mal-
ler

04-260c.
0-12606
4302

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEAR-


WHERE AS Brad Johnsor,
ham palei.On.Vd 1., 3aCale aban
n,r, d ico:nnue and ear,.Ouncha
arny .nera.i a ord gr.I ria me
pui.,i: ir, anad 1to me n lloOing
dea.:rOed properry Ito wI

Tne por.,,r.' P,1,O Mnael Dr.,e
irair i we:i ol Mlc.rroi Sirael in
Tonani.p I Souir, Ranre 26
Wei. Seaci.n 17

ArJD WHEREAS a lime and
0amie r.a beAer, elabliilrr.d lor
a public nearing )or ine Board
01 County Commistonrera I.
consider me advisability al
e, er..ng I- auinolriry pur.
u3arI IoC Chaperi 336 o' Ir.e
gerneial ,laluie o 10 vacate
abardor, dCialontinue
renounce and declaim any
rignr. or inlarei ,.t ire public ,n
anrda 1 ire above daeicrled
prcperry

NOW THEREFORE all Inle
eiled per=onS and ihe public
generally are diracied Inal a
public nearing uporn nthe abCv-a
mer.r.or-ed F'elin:r, ariall be
aeld by Ihe Board of County
Comrrmi.5orn.er Oa 3ar,13 RC5o
Cour.ry Florida., .r, In
CorTn.mi 5s.,neri Mealing
Room in Ine Sarna Rosia
Courry Admnrislraie Cenrle
lo:aled .31 6495 Carol,r.a
SIreel M111on Flor.da or. 11,
111h day O1 Mof . 20-rj0. al Ire
r.Our or d 30. am. .:L. :dil or
a c.or irinereaner as. ir.e mai-
ter car. De conr.d-ared

All rilaer-.3led parl.e.3 i would
l3ke r.o',.Ce Ina3 .1 they d-cl.de
IO app-a1 arny Iec.n.n made
by Ihe Board ol Counry
Commlesi.oner, wvin reapeci 10
ary m3ner coming belorCe ad 3
Board alr .ad malieer.g ,i
mear indi.daual re.iponir1bijy Ito
.naure Inah a record 01 prc.
cdA.ngs ine, are appeal.r.g
exsi r., a lor uJ:h purpose
ine' .II need Io inUr e in. a a3
serbal.m record C.-l in pro.
*:aecihr.gl .; made wih.ch
recc.rd n.3i .in.:iud.e Ie rei .l
mor.y and ihe e-.der-c.- uporn
ar...:r. ir.A.r appeal .: to be
-3ased Inleresied pan.ie rma
appear aI ire meeiIng and1 be
near win i-i'peci 10 Ins mal.
I . -

0J21606 .
042606


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEAR-
ING

WHEREAS Jor.r, W.iorn na3
pehlc.rr.ed It .aCle abandonr
d.-cr,'.rrne rand r.nr.ounce anyr
irn..i arnd rngr. l o Inhe publIc
in and 10 i ie liCic.h.ng
dei.:r.bed property lto As

The 20' platted drainage ease-
ment between lots 8 & 9 Block
35 in Ir., rjavarr- : ..j Add..on
Subdivision.

ANID WHEREA5- 3 I.me and
dale na - Dean e'laDbI.r.,e-d lor
a public rear.r.ng lor Tre Board
ol Cour-ry Comm.i.-'oner 10,
carnsIder me advia.,,to, ly o
e.,erc,:.ng di abulhor.ty pur.
:uan.l lI Chapler 336E ol irne
general slalue 10 .aCate
abanrddor dicor.i.nue
rer.nCun.-e rand d.i.:i'.m any
rigr.i or .r.ilerei oi rine pubi.: in
ana 1.3 e t borae ,'jecrbed


fl,.)W THEREFORE all r.ie,.
ezied peir.ron and irie public
generally, are dreclerd final a
publ,: r.rabr.qrg upon ine ate0ba
m-rrll,:,rred P-al,or. 4rrall bD
held bty Ire B-:.a'd c1 Coounrty
C.mrrn, -,.:.rer Sant rl. Ro a
County, Florida, in the
Commissioners Meeting
Room r.' the Santa Rosa
Cour.r, Amrr,.r.ilrai,.e Center
locale, at 6495 Caroline
SIreel .1llor, Flo.ida or, the
1I 1rrn day .: May. 206, at the
r.our .:1 9 30 a m cl.c:i1. or
as- z:..r. n hearer asI re marn
. er Canbe con.de.,ed,

'All interested parties should
take notice that if they decide


-. appeal any dec.i.or. made
b Irme Board of County
Commissioners with respect to
any mailer co.:,T,.r. before sand
Board al La.d meealig. 11 I
iner ,rr.-.idual reapon:Di1ily to
insure that a record of pro-
ceedings they are appealing
exists and for such purpose
nhey nil need I: .r.�ue thai a
-earbai.r record ol fne pro-
reed,r.ig is made, which
record arall include the testi-
mor.r, and the evidence upon
ni.r. ire.,r appeal is to be
batea Inlerelisad parlne may
appeal al Ine reeling anaD be
rea l'. h wir- re ipec tc ir..i mat-


04206 .
042606
4/l04

SHORES OF SANTA ROSA
COMMUNITY DEVELOP-
MENT DISTRICT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEAR-
ING
RELATING TO AnnUAL
OPERATIONS AID MAINTE-
rNANCE BUDGET FOR FIS
CAL YEAR 2005'2006

Noince is nereby giver irnal me
Boiard c Superr.sors of
Snores ol Santa Rose
Commun.ry Developmen
DirIci IThe DisIct Il ill hold
3 public rearing on May' 11
2006 at Ihe Besi Western
lJaaerre localed at 8697
lrJaarre Pkwy. Navarne
Florida 32566 Tnhe public .
hearing .11l commence at
10 00 am ICDTI and relale lto
leIyrng a rc.n ad valorem
asse.smT.enl for maintenance
cosil and debl servicee costI
allr.n ,Ie Snores of Sanra
Ros&e Community
Development Disircid and Ina
annual operallons aria mairle-
nance budget col the Shores of
Sania Rosa Communiry
De.elopmrr.er D.iTrii or Ime
fiacl year e.na.ng SepiemDer
30 2006 Tr.e'iislr.I lwil luna
Ire operator. ana mainle-
rancD budgel Inlough In mcol-
laCiOhn 01 lees and assess
mentsC as indenllied in the
budget Atl Ie publIc nearing
Ine Board miall hear all obDec-
hion and comment to Ire
levin,) ol a nr. cr.d valorem
aise'rimentI and budget as
proposed ana may maKe such
changes as ine Board deems
r.eceairv Al Ine conclusior.n O
Ire bulgel r.ear.nr.. Ine Board
-nall by reso-:luTion approve
Il..y-r.ng a nor,. rd valorem
3asei.rmernI anrd alopi Ime
budget as rriall approved by
Irne B.ard A copy ol Ina pro
poCi-d -udgel mayv be oblained
a mein Diircl 3 regilered
onr.:e lo: ca:-ed, at Rizzenta A
Company. Inc 3434 ColveII
Avenue Sule 200 Tampa
Florda 3 3614

immed.aiely following the
Pubrl,: Hear.ng inre will be a
mrne.ng ol ine Board ol
Super.usora SIroiea of
Santa Rosa Communily
De.elop.nrTl Dilin.cl ro con-
:.d-r ceriar. organizational
rmaher related 1o the .il..cIl
1, .:cor,r.der Ine seIrvces arnd
rac3.I,hei 10 De provided by the
D.sir.:i anid Ine irnanceal plan-
nnig lor san.ie and an 'y oiher
uas,r,ei whinr, may properly
:orr.e betc.re .

Tnia meelring is open to he
public and ,III be conducted .n
accordan.:e iih Irne provi.ions
cl Floras law lor Community
Deve.iopmen. Dizincis

Tnere may ne occaer.ons wrien
one or rr.rore SuperIIor:- will
participate by telephone At Ihe
aboi.e Iocal.on mere aill be
preerenI a speaer ielephona
so inal, ar.,, .nere.lea person
car. arlend ihe meeting al Ihe
above locaio r, ana be fully
,niorm-rrdl CI e discussions
Ia1..r.g piace eiher .n perci n or
b, elephore comrrmur.ncal.r.

Pur-uani I: pr-ai,.-r.i of Inse
Amer.canrs:- Alh DianIDi1ie
Act: any PAercr, requiring spe-
c.a31 acomm.iodalc-er.s 10 panrc-
ipae ,r. Inr: ne ar.ng is azled Io
contac ir e D.-ici. Once a3
161i) 933.5571 al least 48
hour bziore me Ihearing It
1ou a3e rheeIing or speCr.
,irrpaired. piya:e conItct Ina
Foirida Relay' Servca at I
18,:, 9558--0 i10 a-d r.n con
lac.ng ire .iD.l.cic Off-ce

tA peri.:.r. Whr. dci:,des 10
appeal ar. deC..:orn made t:/
The Bo5aid arn ie.:pecIt T. ar
marner cenridered al Ihe
-Heir.ng or meer.ng is advised
iharl person . il rneed a record
'ol Ine prc:eedings and thai
accord.r.-Ily, Ire person may
need Io ernure int3 a verbatlim
record of the proceedings is
made, including the testimony
and evidence upon which the
appeal 'l0 be ,abi id

Pete Williams
District Manager

042606
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GARAGE SALE Garage Sale

3000 block, Cobble- April 29th & 30th

stone Dr. Saturday, 8am until ???

April 29th, 7am-noon Off of
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Hendersons to sing at

Ebenezer Church
Ebenezer Assembly of God bers of churches in that area.
Church, located at 4200 Their most recent releases.
Ebenezer Church Road, in Jay "Sailing on Home" and The
cordially invites you to join Blood of the Sacrifice" are
them for a special singspiration being played at your favorite
on Sunday. April 30, 2006 at 11 radio stations WTJT & WELJ.
a.m. vhen P a s t o r
theN have n .. Bobby &
their special S i s t e r
guests, The i n e, Carnien a
Hendersons , and the
from Milton. "congrega-
T h e . Y.. ' "tion of

have a special -Assemb\
harmony and .a of God
anointing that ome
ensures you . everyone to
will enjoy be a part of
being in thethese spe-e
service with cial ser-

group consists S u n d a ,
of Sonny April 30,
Henderson. 2006 at 11I
his daughter. a . m
Lydia and.Admission
Sandra Fow ler. along %\ith is free, however, a lo\e offering
Sonny's wife. Marie. vho is %%ill be received for expenses of
full-time office manager and the concert. For directions or
sound technician in concert. other information, please call
The Hendersons reside in the 850-675-3869 or 675-6024.
Pace area and are active mem-
Community Choir Fellowship

monthly meetings


Come and sing w ith us at
Bagdad First Assembly
Fellowship Hall esery first and
third Mondays of each month.
We are known as the
Community Choir and Lwe trulh
enjoy singing the old-time
Southern Gospel songs. We


meet at 6:30 p.m. We are a non-
denominational group. We
would %welcome having one and
all join us for an evening of
Gospel singing and good
Christian fellowship. For more
information, please contact Red
Taylor at 626-8331.


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F or id at ---o . - Ch --u
Floridatown Baptist Church


to host choir
Community Choir to sing
The Community Choir %\ill be
singing at the Floridatown
Baptist Church on Sunday.


Apnl 30. at 5 p.m. Everyone is
%welcome to come and hear
some good old-time Gospel
singing.


A; ,-A1M.- "- An tw~


Pledsapt, o itt hoftrch olfo-Wi lhost a Gospel Sing
o-FdaAyApin 28at '.6T'.The.featuied'sibigers aie Stephanie
Leavins and-Dan, Kirklaiid. Everyone is.invited to attend this
special sing. For more information call 957-4055.

Revival happening at

Church of God of Prophecy
The Church of God of Prophecy located at 600 Glover Lane in
Milton intersection of Glo\er Lane and Hamilton Bridge Road)
invites everyone to come out and join in %worship and a time of
Revial on April 28 & 29. iFriday & Saturday s. Friday services
begin at 7 p.m.. Saturday sern ices at 6:30 p.m. and Sunda\ sern ice
will be at 10 a.m.
The theme is "Storming the Gates of Hell." It is time to declare % ar
on the enemy and take back our youths. communities and nation.
Special speaker \ ill be Minister Rodney Be\ is, Florida State tYouth
Director for the Church of God of Prophec3 from Lakeland, FL.

" i i Military .a


Johns supports mission
Army Pfc. Michael A. Johns has
arrived at Camp Tail, Iraq. to sup-
port the mission of the 4th
Sustainment Brigade during
Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Operation Iraqi Freedom is the
official name given to militarN
operauons inwoling members of
the U.S. armed forces and coalition
forces participating in efforts to
free and secure Iraq. NMission
objectives focus on force proiec-
ton. peacekeeping, stabilization.
security and counter-insurgenc%
operations as the Iraqi transinonal
go% earning bodies assume full so'. -
ereign powers -to govern the peo-
ples of Iraq.
Johns, a mechanic, is regularl'N
assigned to the 542nd Maintenance
Company. Fort Campbell. KY.
He is the son of Wendy IM.
Barnette of Canoe. AL. His "tife,
Kimberly. is the daughter of Allen


Brow n of Gulf Breeze. FL.
Sarah Peppard graduates
Arm\ Pit. Sarah B. Peppard has
graduated from basic combat train-
ing at Fort Jackson, Columbia. SC
During the nine weeks of training,
the soldier studied the Army mis-
sion. history. tradition and core
\aLues, physical tiiness, and
received insmtruion and practice in
basic combat skills, military
vteapons, chemical warfare and
bayonet training, drill and ceremo-
n.. marching, rifle marksmanship.
armed and unarmed combat, map
reading, field tactics. military cour-
tesy. military justice s\ stem. basic
tirst aid. foot marches, and field
training exercises She is the
daughter of Tom and Emily Olsen
ot Haw kins Drive. Pace, FL.
The private is a 2003 graduate of
Santa Rosa Christian Academy.
Milton. FL


Ask the Preacher


a ek co,. ... k oinn ,.iu',-,,g tyour qeasnoa i.with
B:/lIcal aIsu'erS .i tonr life.
Dear Pastor Gallups, "What does it mean to be SLAIN IN
THE SPIRIT" The people at my mother's church talk about this
all the time..." D.L. - Pace
Dear D.L..The term "slain in the Spirit", is a relatively new%
term in the Christian culture, finding its invention in the United
States. Neither the term, the words nor the concept are found in
a contextual interpretation of Scripture.
"Slain in the spirit" is usually defined as being so filled or
o% ern helmed with the presence of the Holy Spirit of God w% which
is instant\ manifest in you - that .ou would "fall our'" or loose
your ability to control sour normal facilities. This phenomenon
usually occurs in a %worship sen ice setting and is usually
accompanied by several people experiencing the same thing. It
is practiced most profusely by the more "charismatic" denomi-
nations. The implication is that one who is "slain in the spirit"
is one w ho is "particularly blessed" or is "spiritually marure"or
\en "closely connected" to the Holy Spirit.
Whenever I hae asked someone %\ho belhe\es in or prac-
tices the phenomenon of "being slain in the Spirit" to gi\e me a
Biblical example of this practice, the following passages are
usually mentioned.
1. When Paul and his entourage were on the Damascus
Road and Jesus appeared to them and they "fell out" on the
ground.
2. When Jesus spoke to the guards and officers in the gar-
den of Gethsemane and identified himself. the\ fell backwards
on the ground.
The problem in bqth of these cases is the same. Paul. his
entourage. the guards and officers were ALL trying to arrest.
kill or attack Christians! They certainly were not "blessed" or
"close" to Jesus. In both cases this "falling out" %was a kind of
"punishment" or acknowledgment that they were sinners in the
presence of an angry and Holy God! There \\as no act of %%or-
ship involved.
Being "slain in the Spirit" simply is a cultural, religious.
phenomenon with NO BIBLICAL GROUNDING. It is not
scriptural. nor is it honoring to the Lord or His Holy Spirit.
Rather. etern biblical instance of a "filling of the Holy Spirit"
results in a greater control of one's facilities accompanied by
boldness, wisdom, and the ability to clearly share the Gospel of
Jesus Christ.
Carl GGllupip is thPa Pot'or of Hick .on Hahtli--I.i Bapnst Clhurch n AhMilton
H, has ai B hai'l r .ot, - fSct it kJ. ree'fr tom Florida State L ittersi . and a Mastwr
, DI Otirn Th, D Ac. A Ordiean Bapti v7ri'lo_'gical SeinnaurY. Hi has btei
paitor ,. HHBC s 1.9A i9.5 . He s ri .s ao i trnan oL i l zat ' ta h Eit aneelisit for
ithe Suf,/Itrn Baptinst C iitraon o n t i u99I pracliile all (o Ir the U'S awd
Canada For mre i" l'nitianoni abour HHC. cali 623.'5959 or visit oir , bsait @4
Ia li tc,:'.,ry.',i,'ti.Hbapnl 'or t It On hame inii qtertion. t;or .-sk Tihe
Preacher., sNed it.-. .- Lk T1h ,cPreacher. Hi:,- Ha,'vnock Baptist Church. 8351
Hi:ck,or Hamuinoci Road, Mhlion, Florida 325,'3 -paid advr rntislenti

Conference sign-up date is
extended till day of opening
Hickory Hammock Baptist Church has extended the deadline for
registration for their Women's Conference, "A Fruitful Woman" to
Friday . April 28. 2006. The conference \\ill feature Dr. Rhonda
Kelley. The conference dates are April 28 & 29. Please contact
Hickory Hammock Baptist Church at 623-8959 or \ia email at
rhondahhbc@bellsouth.net.


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'New Sacred Heart Parking improves

access for patients & visitors


STo help provide much-
ideeded parking for patients
,and visitorss close to hospital
services and physicians'
'offices. Sacred Heart Hospital
in Pensacola has turned a por-
rtion of the property formerly
,occupied b\ Royal Arms
,Apanments into a parking area
:for its employees.
The hurricane-damaged
:Royal Arms property that
,Sacred Heart purchased in
:2005 is earmarked for future
'hospital expansion. In the
interim. the site series as a
:parking area offering 720
,pated spaces. Sacred Heart.
,purchased tmo ne"\ shuttle
Buses to transport employees
:bemeen the parking lot and the
*hospital. and a third shuttle
,. ill be purchased soon.
,Additional employee parking
also is available around the
[:perimeter of the hospital cani-
pus .
. To accommodate the needs
of patients and \ visitors. Sacred
Heart has designated its: two
Sparking garages for patients.
S isitors and staff of physicians
\% ho lease offices at Sacred
:Heart. Since making the
change, administration has
noticed that plenty of parking
'is now available in the 9th
|Avenue and Brent �Lane
garages. In addition free %alet-
parking is offered at three hos-
Ipital entrances.
IV. .The change calls for
,employees to park much far-
kther from the %workplace. but
,their cooperation has been out-
6standing. according to Bill
MNcLaughlin. president of,
SSacred Heart Hospital.
-'Our employees" attitudes
duringg this change ha\e been


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incredible." said Bill
McLaughlin. president of
Sacred Heart Hospital in
Pensacola. "As healLhcare pro-
fessionals. they understand that
many patients \\ho come to us
for care are in pain. aren't feel-
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distances, especially in the
heat. BN cooperating with this
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have demonstrated that our
patients truly do come first in
their heart,. Our staff members
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For more information about
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'Liquor license anyone?


N More
and'or mndi
for the 17
v. ill be aw
County.
Official
longerr'" f
held some
month.
The
include:
-Jane A. Abn
Karen Matri
Adams, Ang
Benjamin -Wi
Adkins, l*;aac
i Toseph Loui-
Albritton, Fat
Aligoo, Rober
SMcCar, -lienr,
j erri Tindall .
f Thoman Elige
A.mberge, Ge
Balendra Sur
Balendra Am
Amodeo, Ess
Romona A.
,Andersen, Da
Guy Eric An
Anderson, Pa
Denise H. Ai
Andrews, Jr.,
� Robert XWldh.
Andrews. M
Thomas Lin
Antonacci, L
SPatiicl Arch
S rr, h ter,.
1.Armstrong, \
Raveen Kumrr
Ashe, Giles D


than 1.700 groups Asmar, Johnr A A. ,a,.. Ir . Chrisine
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Wednesday April 26, 2006".


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Community

Quality-It's RC Friends honor Navarre's Pullum

in our name with Scholarship Endowment
SIatuuaa with ScholarshipEndowment


It was early spring several
years ago. Sitting on the top
row of the bleachers at the soft-
ball field at the Okaloosa-
Walton College Sports
Complex. an unobtrusive fel-
lot in golf shirt and khakis hs-
tened, as the two fellows on
either side of him spoke. Then
his cell phone rang and he
moved dow n the bench for pri-
vac\ to talk w ith %whatever cor-
poration or politician was on
the line.
Bill Pullum \\as the man
who sat between Dr. Bob
Richburg, OWC president. and
then-OWC Raider athletic
coordinator Gaius Bruce that
spring da\. "Yes". said Pullum
to his lto OWC friends. He
wanted to help the college.
"Not sure just how\ or when".
he said. There \\as some busi-
ness things happening. Then
there \�as the church mission
trip to South America.
Pullum's phone rang again, and
the conversation in the bleach-
ers went in another direction.
Gaius Bruce did not forget
the afternoon at the ballpark.
Pullum made good on his
word, donating three building
lots in Navarre. then had his
real estate team sell the land
and send the proceeds to the
OWC Foundation for three
endow\ed scholarships.
However. none bore Pullum's
name. That's \\h. Gaius and
Ira Mae Bruce. friends of the
non-stop. businessman-detel-
oper, decided to make a gift to
create the Bill Pullum
Scholarship Endo\wment at
OWC.
"I got to thinking about it,"
said Bruce. "and everyone had


Bill Pullum (center) accepts a moment from Dr. Bob Richburg
dIefti honoring the establishment of an endowed scholarship in his -
name b, Ira Mae and Gaius Bruce righti


a scholarship named in their
memory or honor scholarship
except Bill. We used to of the
lot sales to create the Vicki
Richbturg Teaching Scholarship
and the Ross and Jenn\
Hamilton Science Scholarship.
Then Bill let them name anoth-
er scholarship after me with
money\ from the other lot s.ile ""
Endorwed scholarships utilize
the interest income generated
b\ the gift to perpetually\ fund
annual full-tuition scholarships
for students to attend
Okaloosa-\Valton College and
scholarships can be named in
memory or in honor of an indi-
\idual. group or business.
"Are \ou still following?"
Gauls Bruce quipped. "\\ell.
then Bill decides to do another
lot sale to establish a scholar-
ship in honor of Ira Mae Bruce
which prompted me to fund a
scholarship in honor of Bill's
w ife Martha as a binrhda\ pres-
ent. Novw you have five


endowed scholarships but
nothing for the man "\ho start--
ed the w hole idea."
"Actual!l I am sort of hon--
ored and embarrassed about it.
but I thank Gaius and Ira Mae
from the bottom of mx heart."
said Pullum of the net scholar-',
Sship named in his honor. "The -
are such good friends, and
\we'"e all been through so
much together the last year or'
so with the hurricanes. All Ir
really was trying to do was
help the college and I , ill con-
tinue to that."
Dr. Bob Richbur.' OWC
president, noted there is an'
axiom in fund raising that it allt
begins w ith "friend-raising."
"Bill Pullum has demon-
strated he is a true -nend of
OW\C," said Richburg. "I ha\e'-
gotten to know Bill o\er the
\ ears because of the friendship
he and Martha ha\ e with Gaius.
and Ira Mae." , . "
"If there is a person 'who
believes in what we do at this
'college as much as me it is].
Gaius Bruce," said Richburg.e
"He and Ira Mae introduced
Bill Pullum to O-W. And now'
\\e express our thanks to them
for recognizing Bill with this'
scholarship for all the good he.
has done in the Na\arre com-
munity he has helped shape." '


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from the University of Florida
Fredric G. Levin College of Law
and go on to practice law and pave �
the "ay for other women in the
field. has also become the first of her
gender inducted into the school'_-
Heritage of Leadership Recognitmon
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most dlsiunguished alumni She is
joined in the 2006 croup b: three
other trailblazing alumni Chester
H Ferguson. a pioneer of Florida's
higher educan in t.stem: \ihallirr
0 E. Herirn. an outstanding practi-
noner "ho helped build one of the
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dent-setning jurist John T.
W\\'i'nton- ..ho served in may,
capacmes in Santa Rosa Counts.
"The Heritage of Leadership
Recognmuon Societ is a tesitanent
to- the UF College of La'. 's nch Lra-
ditionrof educating men and '\omen
% ho demonstrate a lifelong commit-
ment to education., ci'L. charitable
and cultural causess" as Dean
Robert Jerr "Through their
careers, these alumni brought di-,-
inctiori to their fanulies and our law
school
-"These UF la.. school gradu-
ates demonstrated, through -their
professional and personal ite-.. the
high leadership arind public service
standards that ha-e helped guide our
state to this time.' said Nlarshall
Cnser. Liniersit of Florida presi-
dent emeritus.
The farrilies of the four
inductees. were recognized at an
. Apnl 21 banquet in Gainestille.
The Class of 2101iI6 inductees are
Clara Backus Flo)d Gehan
(1909-19921. a 1933 graduate. v ho
contributed substantially% to the lau
profession during a time of male
domination. and pa'.ed the \'a% for
females in the field She ' ..as the
hirs't onian to graduate from the
Lniters-.i of Flonda College of
La.. and then go on to practice lav.
She founded the first la' practice b\
a ..oman in Gainestile in 196"3
A ith a focus on real property and
probate !la-. (ebh.ari ' j e. ored to
cornmuniti sen ice As a member of
the Gaines. lle .Ad isor\ Bi-Racial


Committee she helped desegregate
local Gainesville businesses and
helped establish the Storefront
Legal Aid Service, the predecessor
to Three Rivers Legal Services,'a
Gainesville legal clinic providing
service to low income residents.
Gehan was president of the Eighth
Judicial Circuit Bar Association and
was awarded both the Florida Bar
ProBono .' aid in 19S2 and the Pro
Bono Publico A, .ard in 19,6 b, the
Supreme Court of Florida.
Chesler H. Ferguson (1908-
1983)' a 1930 graduate, " as at the
foreffont of organizing higher edu-
catio in Florida at a time u.hen it
.as seen as a backwater state He is.
credited idth pa' ing the 'a a\ fir
Tampa's grow-th. including dov. n-
town retatlizanon and postponing
of Tampa a' a major shipping and
financial center Ferguson \%as an
initial member of the State
Linnersiti S\stem Board of
Regents, where he served for 14
\ears. including three as chairman.
He also kas the chairman of the
board and chief e,.ecutie officer of
LUkes Bros -- iunh interests in
stopping. cattle. packing and pro-
cessin, banking. real estate and
energy and the chairman and chief
executive officer of First Flonda
Banks Inc. He k as a Fellow of the
American College of Trial Lawyers
and the American College of
Probate Counsel.
William O.E. Henry (1928-
2005i. a 1952 graduate. was-an out-,
standing practitioner who helped
build one of the nation's largest
firms. Holland & Knight He m as
president of The Flonda Bar in
Il3.'ser'ed for s;t\ ears as a mem-
ber of the Board of Go'emors and
chaired several Bar committees He
also was president of The Flonda
Bar Foundation from 1985 to 1989.
trustee of The Florida Bar
Foundation Endowment Trust and
chair of the Ta\ Section of the
Florida Bar Henr ..'.as the first
Floridian in 50 years to ser-e on the
council of the Section of 'Business
Law for the American Bar
A-o, ;aiion A lo.-al alumnus to h;
alma mater, he "%as president of the
UnniersiiN of Florida National


Alumni Association. His awards
included the Medal of Honor by The
Florida Bar Foundation, the
Outstanding Past-President award
by the Voluntary Bar Association,
* and the Outstanding Tax Attorney in
the State of Florida by the Tax
Section of The Florida Bar. He prac-
ticed law in Lakeland, " ith a focus
on corporate, iax. health. aliernati'e
dispute resolutions and trusts and
estates.
John T. W\igginton 11908-
1979. a 1932 graduate., .as a superb
judge. k ho set an example for future
jurists b% his impeccable character
He uas the first president of the inte-
grated Florida Bar in 1951. During
World War l. he served a: a "special
United States anorneN'" for the U.S.
Department of Justice. Wigginton
played an acu\e role in the guberna-
torial elections of Millard Caldaell.
Spessard Holland and LeroN. Colmns.
and '\as the executive assistant to
Caldu\ell as go-ernor. He \as a part-
ner in the Tallahassee la,% firm
Cald\ ell. Foster & Wilgmiton. In
1957. he became judge of the inau-
gural bench of the First District
Court of Appeals. going oni to sere.
including one term as chief judge.
until his retirement in 1974. He con-
unued his public sern ice b serx ing
as the first e\ecutie director of the
Florida Judicial Qualifications
Commission Wigginton was u ell
known for- his leadership of the
Fabisinski committee that drafted
the first setof Flonda's civil proce-
dure laws from common la" prac-
tices
The Heritage of Leadership
Recognition Societry as officiallI
acmnated in 2003 . \ith the inducuon
ot 12 men who collecti'el. had
served as fi\e chief justices of the
State Supreme Court. to governors.
to Florida Bar presidents. to U.S.
senators. tv.o university\ presidents.
two la% school deans and one U.S.
district court judge.
i"These inductees "ere of the
highest moral character and ethics."
said Scott G. Ha" kins. chair of the
selection committee and attorney at
ones. Foster. Tohnston & Stubbs
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\willingness to ser'e others "


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Spotlight


Hawk

Tales

by Kaitlyn Pace
J" Ten year old Kairlyn Pace is
preparing Hawk, A 25-\\fek
old."Goldador" puppy to be a
guide dog., She's chronicling
Hawk's progress for Spoihlight.
Here, she talks about Hawk's
recent time, out-and-aboout.
iicr e he learned to plain nice
within other dogs. and think
befioe ie bariks. "
What beautiful weather
we've been hat ihg lately!
Haw k has been enjoying
the outdoors a lot these past fews
\seeks. He, o\ ed soaking up the
warm sunshine while I helped
plant a garden at home.
He has also had opportuni-
ties for several outdoor e\po-
* sure outings last wheek.
Hawk participated in the
Earth Da\ activities at Ba \\ iesw
Park in Pensacola last SaturdaN.
He helped represent
Southeastern Guide Dogs. Inc..
at an information booth at the
celebration. The booth was set
up to let people knows\ about
% hat the school does and what
is involved in being a puppy
raiser.
He also got to practice
good behavior in a crowd and
loIed being petted bN all the
people. He seems to bring
smiles swhereer he goes!
While at the celebration, ie
came in contact w ith other dogs
that %\ere there %with their owsn-
ers.
'This was good for Has k.
because he is learning that he
can't bark \ hen he sees another
doc or. "\ hen another dog barks
at him.
The command. "no noise.,"
is gien \ ith a collar correction
to teach the doe not to bark.
Haw\k did, really\ well! He
onl\ barked once!
SHav. k also got to eno \ the
great outdoors in the
Blackwater River Forest. 1%here
he %%ent for a reallN chills sw im
in a creek.
He had no trouble swim-
ming and had a tri at riding a
boogie board. He is taught to
onl\ get in the water \when he is
glen the command "ok"
\\ hen he becomes a Guide
Dog. if he sees water, he \will
not be able to go in because he's
,working.
After a good roll in the'
sand, and basking in the sun to
dry, Hawk went home a very
tired pup.



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Pace student wins national scholarship



Heads to UF's honors engineering program


By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazetre Sitff II writer

Pace High senior Michael
AndrN has received Santa
Rosa's first National
Achievement Scholarship.
Andry competed w ith
some 130,000 students for 800
aw% ards.
"It was amazing." he saws
of hearing the news. "I jumped
up and down-m Mom
lumped up and down."
The $2,500 renewable
scholarship resulted in a full
tuition, room. board and books
offer from the University of
Florida. It's based on SAT
scores, grades, essays and stu-
dent achievements.
Sexenteen-year old AndrN
%\ill go into UF's engineering
program. He plans to major in
Civil Engineering, and go on to
earn a PhD in structural engi-
neering.


"Envhmnintal

Citizenship"

Saturday swas Earth Da\.
and Florida's Department of
En\ ironmental Protection
offers these tips on doing your
part to look out for "Spaceshiup
Earth."
Being an "En\ironmental
Citizen" means knowing that
your daily actions affect the
en vironment all the time.
The best place to start
doing your best to conserve and
protect our natural resources
like \\ateri is right in \our oswn
home.
Sale Energy:
"Use fans to cut down on
air conditioning
L'Use energy efficient
appliances i like hair dryers i
'"Turn off lights
"*Ask Mom and Dad to buy
compact fluorescent versions
when it's time to replace light-
bulbs
"Turn off all electronics
when you're not using then-
Slike the teles vision!
'Run the \washing machine:
and dishwasher onl% when
they're full
*Wash clothes in cold
water
SConserve Water:
.'Turn off the water s\hen


The busy senior says he'll
nuss his time at Pace High. but
he's looking forward to a bit
more independence.
"Pace High School is not
like coming to school." he
remarks. "It's like leasing home
and coming home...it's like see-
ing your family."
Andrv cites Band as one of
his more memorable experi-
ences as a Patriot.
He plays trumpet., coronet.
French horn. flugelhorn. bari-
tone, euphonium. tuba and mel-
liphone...basically all the brass
instruments. he notes.
A full slate of clubs and
activities, including Foreign
Language Club. FBLA. Beta
and the National Honor Societ\
rounds out Andry's resume.
"He's an excellent stu-
dent." notes Guidance
Counselor Sara Wilson, "he's
very motisated-definitel[ a
self-starter."


Gall


you brush your teeth
*Take quicker showers
*Throw food garbage in
the trash instead 'of down the
disposal
rFill the sink up all the
wa w%%hen washing dishes
Recycle:
Take newspapers. maga-
zines and junk mail: cereal and
other paper board boxes: plastic
milk jugs: soda juice,, water bot-
tles: aluminum, steel and tin
cans to your nearest recycling
drop off point.
Reduce Waste:


Pace II/ieh.Senior Alic /ae/
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ioi L "Min esitv v, F/n, h/a';
eneji nel Inig progr-am. n. -1is/ii
rtfivit ,btt qdcntil S'onia Rosa

Scholuuarisip.


epy S pace


by Kristen Holt, 11th Grade'


Compost food and yard
%waste. to make garden soil
Use email to reduce paper
waste
Cancel magazine subscrip-
tions that you don't read
Look for recycled materi-
als w hen you go shopping
Being an en ironmental
citizen is eas\ and fun. Make a
conscious effort to forni earth-
friendlh habits...and start to
make a difference!
For more information on
being an en\ ironmental citizen.
contact www.saveFL.org.


Currently, the teenager is In the meantime, the young
finishing up honors and AP man is picking up a few domes-
courses before the semester's tic tips before setting off for
end. campus life.
Andry credits his parents "*I'e been in the process
with instilling his sense of for tio months of learning to,
direction, wash m% owsn clothes," he
"One of the greatest things remarks. "And I've been learn-
about mN parents is that aca- ing to cook-I can make toast
demics comes second. The first and cereal."
is church and God." he says. The National Merit
"They've alhwa.s taught Scholarship Corporation
me. don't *worr about other (NMSC).a non-profit that oper-
stuff...keep .\our grades up and ates %without government assis-
walk. with the Lord strong, tance. conducts the National
we'll worry about the rest." Achievement Program. It was
Andry heads off to college created in 1964 specifically to
this summer to begin pre-engi- honor academically talented
neenng work. Black Amencan high school
He'll stay at UF's honors students.
dorm. To date, nearly 180.000
"I'm really looking for- participants have received pro-
sward to branching out and gram recognition, and 26,200
meeting news people and just have \\on Achievement
getting news experiences." he Scholarship awards worth
remarks of the upcoming transi- about $83.5 million, according
tion. toNMSC.


If I could go to...


Ms. White's 3d grade stu-
dents at Chumuckla
Elementary recently wrote
essays on "where they'd like to
travel. Possible destinations
stretched from Japan all the
s ay to the outer reaches of the
solar sy stem:

By: Makayla
If I could go anyw here in
the universe. I \would go to
Pluto.
I would take an astronaut
suit I %would stay on Pluto for
a week and explore.
I would go to Pluto to see
%what it looks like. I have only
seen it in books.
I would pla\ and run to
the end of the sphere.
I would bring a space suit
so I could walk or run.
' I would have a lot of fun.
I would like to %walk a lot.
I would explore for rocks
and for \wildlife.
I would take a camera to
take a lot of pictures to study. I
would take esery thing I could
home w\\ith me.
By: Lance
If I could go any w here in
the world.I would go to Asia.
I would camp out in the
% oods. I would bring a camera
and a tent. I \would play in the


Gentle Giants: Florida's disappearing Manatees


As part of Earth Day
recognition, the follow ing
information, courtesy of Save
the Nlanatees and the West
Florida Regional Planning
Council provides background
on Florida's lovable. but disap-
pearing manatees.
Although Florida is a natu-
ral habitat for \warm water lo\-
ing manatees, the plant-eating
mammals are currently endan-
gered.
Scientists think there are
about 3.000 manatees left in the


United States today. About
2.500 of those lise in Florida.
Manatees can lihe up to 60
\ears. but man\ are killed earli-
er, due to collisions \\ ith boats
and boat propellers.
It's illegal in Florida to
harm manatees. and scientists
and government agencies are
looking for \wa s to protect
them from boats and other dan-
gers.
Nlanatees li\e in .slow -
mo ing ri\ers. saltwater bays
and canals, and the ocean.


They're found in Flonda's
coastal waters from Miamti io
Jacksonville: the St. Johns
Riser from Jacksont ille to
Lake Monroe,. the Gulf of
Mexico from Florida Ba\ to the
Panhandle ri\ers of North
Florida: the Florida Keys: and
sometimes as far \west, in sum-
mer, as Texan and as far north
as Rhode Island.
Manatees grow up to 13
feet long and 3.500 pounds.
Females are usually larger.
Newborn calves are about
three feet long and %weigh 60 to
70 pounds. The\ start nibbling
on plants a fes\ weeks after
birth
NManatees eat plants that
grow in the water, called aquat-
ic \egetation the\ seek out and
drink fresh ,water from natural
sources.
The\ m|irate to warmm
places .s iih the seasons through
under after tra el corridors.
The,\ need a safe. protected
area 10 sta\ a\\a\ from harass-
ment, boat traffic. strong cur-
rents and people Manatees
need those shelters to feed. rest.
pla\. mate and calve
In Florida. v with the grow -
ing number of people and boats.
this sate protected area is get-
tine harder to lind.


Manatees eat 100 to 200
pounds of w% after plants a day.
Enemies of manatees
include boats and barges: loss
of habitat: poaching i illegal
hunting i and vandalism; cold
weather. red tide algae. flood
control structures: harassment:
pollution and fishing gear and
human-originated trash in the
w ater.
Tris Ia:
A manatee's heart beats 50(
to 61) times per minute.
Manatee teeth are constant-
1l being replaced as sorn teeth
fall out.
The\ do not ha\e ev.elash-
es.
Manatees sometimes eroan
w\ hen the\ stretch
A manatee ches'.,s tso
times per second.
A manatee can't turn its
head sideswass, so it must turn
its s\hole bod\ around.
Nlanatees are related to ele-
phants.
The bones in a manatee's
flipper are related to a human
hand.
Nlanatees have three to
four "'finger" nails at the end of
each flipper.
For more information., isit
sa ethemanatee org.


%w oods.
I would go to Asia
because I have read books and
hase seen pictures of Asia.
I like Asia because of all
the beautiful things.
1 would bring a camera
because I would take pictures
of people.
I would take pictures of
animals, lakes and mountains.
I would bring a tent to live
in and sleep in and be warm.
I would not have to sleep
in the ground.
By: Dalton
If I could go anywhere in
the world., I %would go to Japan.
I take a form of Japanese
karate. I could to do lots of
things. I would bring .my
karate uniform.
I would to go Japan
because I have never been
there before. I would eat
Japanese food. because it
tastes good.
I would go visit several
Japanese people.
I would go to the dojo in
Japan.
I would visit the place
\\here they make all the stuff
made by Japan.
I would go to Japan's
mall.
I would bring my karate
uniform because I could take
classes and I could see the
Grand Master again.
I would like to help the
Japanese kids that take karate
in the dojo.
I would work with the
black belts in the dojo because
I think it %would be cool to do
that.
I could do lots of things.
I would go to Japanese
restaurants that I have never
been to.
I am hoping to go to Japan
some day.
By: Tucker
If I could go anywhere in
the world, I would go to
Thailand in the summer.
I would take lots of
money.
I would buy stuff.
I would go to Thailand
because mN brother's girl-
friend lies there.
She said it is nice there.
I have never seen a pic-
ture or a book about Thailand.
I need a lot of money to
bi\ stuff like Thailand food.
I will bu* to\s.
I should buy stuff for my
family and me. I would get
toss. books, food and drinks.
If I could go anywhere in
the world. I would go to
Thailand in the summer.
I would take a lot of
money. I would buy stuff.


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It's time to break out and
dip \our toes into a new season
- spring has sprung, and
bemteen the chilly mornings
and %warm afternoons. there's a
M\hole ne'w wardrobe of transi-
tional fashion pieces read. to
jump out of the closet and onto
(he street
Whether you're working in
the corporate %world or heading
out for a tropical actiono.
there are lots of wa\ s to break
up the dressing routine this
spring.
TrN a fe,( of these refresh-
ing spring fashion trends to
give \our w inter wardrobe a
break.
WIDE-LEG WHITE
PANTS - Go ith the 1no\\ and
keep it light on the bottom - for
\work or pla\ - with a pair of
flowingg white pants. Top off
w ith a na\ \ or black jacket for
work: a smped Lurex sweater
for more casual looks.
A SAFARI-INSPIRED
KHAKI JACKET - Another
transitional item that can go
from spring to summer. from a
pohshed workplace look when
teamed \with a knee-length
skin to a more playful silhou-
ette A hen paired \with cropped
pants and ,,a colorful caminiole.
BERMUDA SHORTS -
While man\\ iv.oren in a %enr
'creatit e" 'ork enm ronment
might tr to pull off wearing
these to the office with a jack-
el. others %%ill just want to pull
a pair on \ hen the\ 're strolling


through an antique market on a
sunn. afternoon. An. w\ay 'Nou
wear them. knee-skimming
Bermuda shorts are a great
alternative to longer pants.
THE FLORAL TOP- There
are lots of baby-doll chiffon
chemise tops out there that
look as if the) came right out
of Nour lingerie drawer, and
these may be great for
evenings on the beach o'er a
swinisuit and jeans: but for
%working girls, the floral top to
wear this spring is the cotton or
silk short-sleeve blouse tucked
into a pair of gauchos or
swngy skin.
THE CROCHETED
SWEATER - It's the perfect
knit topper this spring - a little
bit of a coverup when layered
o er sleeveless shells and
camisoles for cool mornings.
In cardigan styles or dolman
sleeves. this trendN sweater is
also a \ inner %\hen worn with
dress pants at the office or w ith
jeans on a date.
THE PRINTED SKIRT - In
graphic batiks., watercolor flo-
rals or cand\ -colored stripes.
this is a great way to wake up
those basic jackets yNou wear to
w ork or tank tops donned for a
lei'surelNy kalk on the beach.
THE JACKET DRESS - A
lightweighth, flirty dress in an
airy chiffon can be polished for
work \ hen topped with a belt-
ed coat. or warmed up "with a
cropped military\ jean jacket
for a casual pam\.


Gold accessories are one of fashion's biggest trends this
spring, and will warm up anm wardrobe.


Break oul the flowing while pants and chic knee-skimming shorts and give ,our winter wardrobe a spring break for work or more casual
occasions. . . .. . . . , .


Mr. (and Mrs.) Big are cooking up a big fashion feast this season - serving up the biggest and best in
everything from big bangles to big sunglasses.


Supersize your options


This year, bigger is better.
It's no surprise that it's the
right time to supersize. Get
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I'es..
Here are some of the biggest
fashion hits on the menu this
season:
BIG HEELS
Start expanding your
wardrobe options by rising to
new heights. Go with big heels.
In platforms or wedges, the
chunky heel is stacking up to
be a big hit, even if you can
only stand to wear them for a
few hours at a time.
BIG HATS
Another way to be healthy
and be fashion-forward - order
up a floppy, big-brimmed straw
hat or cotton bucket cap in a
bright color. Whether you're
wearing it to church or to the
, beach, big hats are a great way
to protect your skin from harm-
ful ultraviolet rays.
BIG BAGS
Finally, designers have
brought back big, roomy bags -


now we can 'really get back to
carrying "everything but the
kitchen sink" in our handbags -
even an extra "mini-bag" in
case our shoulders start, hurt-
in,. Go for a colorful slouchy
hobo bag or a drawstring can-
vas satchel or a floral-embroi-
dered tote.
BIG BAUBLES
Bling may be sparkling a
little less in the fashion pages,
but let's face it - most of us,
love to pile on a big bauble or
two or three. This season, layer
on the longer chain necklaces
or wrap a few chunky seashells
around your neck, slip on a big
rock of a gemstone cocktail
ring, add a few big wooden
bangles and big hoop or drop
earrings and you've got big
style.
BIG SUNGLASSES
If you've -got allergies, are
sleep deprived or just love
staring at the glare from. all
those sunny days ahead, you
might get some big relief this
season. Just cover up hose
tired, puffy eyes with the


biggest sunglasses around.
They'll be easy to ,find this
year. From Gucci's marbleized
tortoise larger-than-life
"Jackie 0" shades to Dolce &
Gabbana's glamorized aviator
sunglasses.
BIG BELTS.
When it comes to belts this
spring, the wider the better.
Since the focus is on the waist,
the big belts are a cinch to
shape up any wardrobe. Go for
strings of big disks or rows of
western leather braids and
studded buckles for maximum
effect.
BIG SCARVES
One of spring and sum-
mer's essentials, the oversized
scarf or shawl is a great way to
ward off the chills of a cool
day or breezy evening.in Pucci
prints or edged with gold
sequins. At the beach, these
versatile accessories come in
handy as a sarong wrap or
swimsuit coverup. And when
you're wearing a swimsuit,
more coverup is always better,
right?


WEDNESDAY

April 26, 2006

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No one really knows how
the Neiman Marcus chocolate
chip cookie storn got started,
but one thing is certain, it's one
of the most famous urban leg-
ends there is of the food kind.
If you haven't heard, it goes
like this: After lunch at a
Neiman Marcus cafe, a woman
and her daughter ordered the
store's famous cookies for
dessert. They enjoyed them so
much, they asked the waitress
for the recipe. "Sure," she said,
but informed the %women it
would cost "tiwo-fift.\." The
diners happily agreed. paid
their bill with a credit card and
went on their merry way. Then
the credit card bill came in the
mail. The "two-fifty" charge
was not $2.50, but $250.
Neiman Marcus refused a
refund. To get revenge, the out-
raged shopper spread the cov-
eted cookie recipe around the
Internet for free.
The story is pure baloney.
Yet for two decades it has
refused to die. sweeping the
Internet. making its � ay into
endless e-mails and even
prompting Neiman Marcus to
issue a statement on its Web
site. along with a sweet sur-
prise:
"An urban myth is a modem
folk tale, its origins unknown.
its believability enhanced sim-
ply by the frequency with
which it is repeated. Our signa-
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won't perpetuate it here. If you
have. the recipe below should
ser'e to refute it. Copy it. print
it out. pass it along to friends
and family. It's a temfic recipe.
And it's absolutely free."
This isn't the only confec-
tion legend. Two others are
suspiciously familiar.
Years ago. almost the exact
story circulated about Mrs.
Field's Cookies: A \woman w\ho
works for the American Bar
Association visits a Mrs.
Field's Cookie outlet and
"bu.s" a recipe. again for


The story of the Neiman Marcus costly chocolate chip cookie
recipe is a famous urban legend of the food kind.


"two-fifty." When she gets
stung with the $250 credit card
.bill, she retaliates by passing
the recipe out to everyone she
know s.
Neither Neiman Marcus nor
NMrs. Field's sells its recipes,
and no one is really sure where
the stories originated. But they
were not the first of their kind.
In his book "The Vanishing
Hitchhiker: American Urban
Legends and Their Meanings."
Jan Harold Brunmand talks of
another famous folkloric
dessert.
The story of the Red Vel'et
Cake from the W\Valdorf-Astona
Hotel in New York City circu-
lated in the 1950s and '60s. In
this case. a woman who had
dined at the hotel later \wrote to
ask for the recipe. It arrived
w ith a bill for $350. a bill her
: lawyer assured her she had to
pay. To get even - well you
know% the rest of the story.
Not only have the fables
survived, but the recipes as
well. Legend has it. they are
terrific.
NEIMAN MARCUS
CHOCOLATE CHIP COOK-
IES
1.2 cup 1I stick butter, soft-
ened
1 cup light brow\ n sugar
3 tablespoons granulated


sugar
I large egg
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
1 3/4 cups all-purpose flour
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1i2 teaspoon salt
I 1.'2 teaspoons instant
espresso coffee powder
1 1/2 cups semisweet
chocolate chips
Yields 2 dozen cookies.
Preheat oven to 300 F.
Cream butter with sugars in
bol I of electric mixeron medi-
um speed until fluffy. approxi-
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dough "with back of spoon to
spread into 2-inch circle.
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or until nicely\ browned around
the edges. Bake a little longer
for a crispier cookie.
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Wednesday April 26�00. -LUUU------ -- --


Graham graduates RT
iFHTNCi-Coast Guard
Seaman Michael D. Graham.a
2002 graduate of Navarre
High School. Na\ arre. FL.
recently graduated from the
U.S. Coast Guard Recruit
Training Center in Cape Mas,
NJ.
Graham and other recruits
also received instruction on the
Coast Guard's core values--
honor. respect and devotion to
duty -and how to apply therin
in their military performance
and personal conduct Graham
will join 36,000 other men and
"omen who comprise Coast
Guard's force.

Mitchell graduates
from course
. (FHTNCi--Mari'ne Corps
Pfc. Matthew D. Mitchell. son
of
Barbara L. Reynolds of
Milton. FL recently graduated
from the Marine Corps' Basic
Refrigeration Mechanic
Course.
Mitchell is a 2003 graduate
6f Milton High School of
Milton. FL. and joined the
Manne Corps in June 2005

Blass completes BT
(FHTNC)- NManne Corps Pfc.
Charles A. Blass. a 2005 grad-
uate of Navarre High School.
.Nav arre. FL recently complet-
ed basic training at MNanne
Corps Recruit Depot. Parrms
Island. SC and was promoted
to his current rank.
Blass successfully complet-
ed 12 weeks of training
designed to challenge new.
Marine recruits both physicallI
and mentally.
Blass and fellow recruits
ended the training phase with
The Crucible. a 54-hour team
effort, problem-solving exolu-
tion. t which culminated % ith an
emotional ceremony in w which
the recruit_ were presented thie
MNarine.. Corps Emblem. and
\ere addressed as "Marines"


for the first time since boot
camp began.

Spencer
graduates BCMT
Arms Pfc. Andrew R..
Spencer has graduated from
basic combat military training
at Fort Sill. Lawton, OK.
He is the son of Leah
Apple of McLean Ave.,
Pensacola. Fla.. and nephe%\ of
Marry Cooper of Windham
Road. Milton. FL.
Spencer is a 2005 graduate
of Milton High School.

Slingeriand
graduates from BCT
Army- Pvt. James J.
Slingerland has graduated
from Basic Combat Training at
Fort Knox, KY.
He is the son of James
Slingerland of Christmas Tree
Road, and Jackie Slingerland
of M:addox Road. both of
Milton. FL.
Slingerland is aj 2005 gradu-
.aic of Milton High School.

Thornton
returns from field
Arms Sgt. 1st Class Chris
A. Thornton has returned to the
70th Engineer Battalion. Fort
RileN. Junction Cirt. KS. after
being deployed to an overseas
forward operating location in
support of Operation Iraqi
Freedom.
Operation Iraqi Freedom is
the official name glen to mili-
tars operations involving
members of the U.S. armed
forces and coalition forces par-
ticipating in efforts to free and
secure Iraq. Mission objectives
focus on force protection.
peacekeeping, stabilization.
security and counter-insur-
gency operations as the Iraqi
transitional governing bodies
assume full sovereign powers
to go,.ern the peoples of Iraq.
Members from all branches
of the U.S. military and multi-


national forces are also assist-
ing in rebuilding Iraq's eco-
nomic and go ernmental infra-
structure, and training and
preparing Iraqi militarN and
security forces to assume full
authority and responsibility in
defending and present ing Iraq's
sovereignty and independence
as a democracy.
Thornton, a battalion chemi-
cal superintendent. is the son of
Ann G. Sessions of Lake Road.
Milton, FL.

Becker graduates
from BMT
Air Force Reserve Airman
1st Class Clifton J. Becker has
graduated from basic numlitary
training at Lackland Air Force
Base, San Antonio. TX.
During the six w eeks of
training, the airman studied the
Air Force mission, organiza-
tion. and military customs and
courtesies: performed drill and
ceremonN marches, and
received physical training., rifle
marksmanship, field training
exercises, and special training
in human relations.
In addition. airmen m ho
complete basic training earn
credits toward an associate
degree through the Community
College of the Air Force.
Becker is the son of Roger
and Eva Becker of Alfred
Bl\d.. Na\arre. FL.
He is a 2003 graduate of
Na iarre High School.

Jackson begins
military career
Air Force Reser e Airman
1st Class James K. Jackson has
graduated from basic military
training at Lackland Air Force
Base. San Antonio. TX.
During the si\\ weeks of
training, the airman studied the
Air Force mission, organiza-
tion. and militant customs and
courtesies: performed dnill and
ceremony marches, and
received physical training, nile
marksmanship, field training


exercises, and special training
in human relations.
Jackson is the son: of
Bunthom Jackson of Bromly
Drive, Navarre, FL.
He graduated in 1994 from


Ft. Walton Beach High School,
FL, and received an associate
degree in 2004 from
Hillsborough Community
College, Tampa, FL.
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She's so young . Should I wait
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A: Yes, to both questions.
Why don't you go on and get
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At her age, you'll probablN
be doing it again is short order,
so rela\ and haie fun. There's
no "mistake" you can make
that can't be painted over. In
fact. paint is \our cheapest and
easiest decorating medium.
Look what joy a couple of gal-
lons bring the oung girl's
room %e shot\ here. Designers
from Glidden ha'e personal-
ized the sleigh bed. and striped
and stenciled the once-plain
\ hite w alls. Add a color-relat-
ed comforter, blinds or shades
for pri\acN, and perhaps an
inexpensive - read. washablee -
rug. and she's got an almost-
instant room of her o\ n.
One hint- to paint the
stripes, laN on the under-color
first. in this case, chartreuse.
When it's dr-. mark off the
stripes \ ith a plumb line i from
the %\allpaper store i. and mask-
ing tape. then use a roller to
paint. Wriggly edges \ill onlh
add to the charm. The stenciled
flowers around the ceiling � ere
stolen from the comforter
Trace the design, transfer to
stencil board. cut out and paint
on. For more eas \ incks unith
paint, go to punch Lip
% \% %.clidden.com or call stt0
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Q: NM\ girlfriend tells me
wou can buy furniture from
Princess Diana's family. estate,
the place \ here her brother
no\\ lives and � here her
memorial is. Is this true?
A: True, indeed. The ninth
Earl Spencer. Charles. brother
to the late princess and current
resident of the sprawling. fi\e-
centurN -old family\ home
Althorp. has allowed famous
furniture-maker Theodore
Alexander to make repros of
selected furniture pieces in the
house.
He's not alone. Lots of the
landed English gentr\ have
looked to licensing in their
struggle to keep their statee.
piles" a.live. Proceeds from the
Althorp -.ale; ~ ill help pre-
ser e the enormous estate.
The Anthrop collection


offers some 200 pieces, includ-
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chest -which had been in the
family when our George's
,reat-creat- great grandfather
left England for the New" World
in 1656. The W\ashingtons and
the Churchills and the Spencers
are all related, didn't you
know\
First introduced in 2004. the
collection is now making its-
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stores. Click on w w w .theodore-
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w here.
Q: We recently moted from
Australia and bought a house
that needs wv.ork. We needed to
reclaim the third bedroom.
which had been turned into a
master bedroomn,sitting area.
and laundry, room. We don't
want to mo\e the laundry, but
now we have no closet for the
third bedroom. We thought we
could just buy a wardrobebe"
\ hichL are quite common in
Australia - .he) include doors,
sidewalls, hanging rack for
clothes and built-in drawers.


All I can find are numerous
"closet" companies., ho spe-
cialize in interiors.
A: What we may ha\e here
is the old failure to communi-
.cate. Indeed. wardrobes as you
describe them should be easy
to find in antique and "used
furniture" stores. Back when
the United States \\as younger.
house builders in a hurry to get
back to their crops couldn't
al% as be bothered \with
adding closets to their rooms.
So large wardrobes especially
designed for hanging and stor-
ing took their place.
Toda\. we call them in the
French manner. "armoires."
and all major furniture retailers
offer them. from Ethan Allen to
Potter\ Barn and Storehouse."
One caveat: most people who
liie in today's closet-rich hous-
es use armotres to hold their
TV set. not clothes. Peek inside
before .ou bu\ to be sure
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.- MRS. FIELD'S OAT-
MEAL CHOCOLATE CHIP
COOKIES
2 cups butter, at room tem-
perature (do not melt the butter
beforehand)
2 cups sugar
2 cups brown sugar
4 eggs
2 teaspoons vanilla
4 cups flour
5 cups quick-cooking oat-
,meal (measure rirst and then
blend to a powder in food
processor)
1 teaspoon salt
2 teaspoons baking powder
2 teaspoons baking soda
1 bag chocolate chips
1 Hershey Bar (8 ounce),
,grated
3 cups chopped nuts
Yields about 112 cookies.
Preheat oven to 375 F.
In large mixing bowl, cream
together butter and sugars.
"Beat in eggs and \anilla.
In mixing bo'1l. mix togeth-
er flour. oats. salt. baking pov. -
der and baking soda. Add dr.
mixture to butter mixture and
beat together.
Stir in chocolate chips
grated chocolate and nuts..
Place on ungreased cookie
sheets, making golf-ball-size
cookies. Place 2 inches apart
'and bake for 10 to 12 minutes.
Recipe yields a lot of cook-
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WALDORF-ASTORIA
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1/2 cup shortening
1 1/2 cups sugar
2 eggs
1 teaspoon \ an ill a
1 teaspoon butter fljvoring
3 level table-spoons cocoa
S1 1/2 ounces red food color
S2 1/2 cups sifted cake flour
1 cup buttermilk
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon baking sod:.'
1 tablespoon vinegar
SFro-sting:
1 cup milk
3 tablespoon., flour
'12 teaspoon salt


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1 cup shortening
1 cup sugar
2 teaspoons vanilla
1 4 teaspoon butter fla or-
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Preheat oven to 350 F.
To prepare cake: In mixing
bo\ I. cream together shorten-
ing, sugar, eggs.. vanillaa and
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In small bowl, make a paste
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Combine shortening mix-
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it's one of gardening's most
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Yet it is also one of the 'most
important factors in the health
of your potted plants - both out-
doors in the warm weather and
indoors in winter,
"By preserx ing your flower-
pots, you are protecting your
investment on a number of le' -
els," says Bob Gillingham,
president of Plant Stand Inc.
"Pot health is essential for
plant health, so keeping your
pots in good condition helps,
keep your plants hearty.
'.'The pots themselves can be


costly to replace, and pots that
are damaged or that have
improper drainage can harm
your plants, as well as carpet,
wood floor or the wood of your.
deck."
Whether it is a practical clay
pot purchased for $20 from
your local home improvement
store, or a decorative ceramic
piece costing over $100, all
pots have some common health
requirements:,
* Give Them a Lift
Proper drainage is a top pri-
oritr for pot and plant health,
Gillingham sa hs.
Drainage holes at the bot-


tom of the pot mo'e excess
water awa\ from the plant's
roots. and a ira\ beneath the pot
j is supposed to catch the water.
In reality, two problems
occur. First, \our terra cotta or
ceramic pot may end up sitting
in a puddle inside the .tray,
which can shorten the pot's
usable life.
And, if you really over
water your plant - and most of
us do - the catch tra\ will over-
flow and water can pool,
unseen, underneath the tray,
causing damage to your carpet,
wood floor or deck.,
Never leave a flower pot sit-
ting directly on your carpet,
wooden floor, deck or patio.
Instead, use a product like
the Down Under Plant Stand to
raise the pot and catch tray off
the floor.
This allows air to circulate
under the pot and tray to evap-
orate the excess water and con-
densation.
Also, consider placing the
plant stand under the pot but,
inside the catch tray. Again, this
will aid in drainage and evapo-
ration, and make it easier to see
whetherr \ you've over ' aie red .
*. Location, Location,
Location
S .It ma\ seem an :obvious bit
of advice to say: Don't place.
your flower pot where it might


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be "in the line of lire" from
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But Gillingham regularly ;
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backed over their favorite'
flower pots %%ith the family car.
or \\ hose dog knocked the pot
off the deck \' ith his tail.
SimilarIN, it makes sense' to4
place the pot on a level surface,
preferable) in a spot sheltered -
from the wind.
Be sure to choose a setting
that receives .the amount of
sunlight or shade required by
the plant.
* Seal of Appro al]
Consider spra- ing your
terra cotta or concrete pots
with a sealant such as Spray N'
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The sealant protects,against
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At 2 p m. on Saunrday after-
noon. May 6. 2006. nupuals will
be exchanged hb Bruce Ashley
Carter and Jessica Ann New man.
The marriage ceremony \\till take
place at the Liniti Church of
Chrstianir.. 716 North 9th
Avenue. Pensacola, FL.
A reception will be held at
Apple Annies in Se\ille Quarter
following the ceremony .
Jessica is the daughter of
\\ood\ Marthenze and Lorrie
New man. both of Milton. Bruce is
the son of Larry Carter of
Pensacola and Beverly Adkins of
Milton.
The Bride's attendants are
Darlene TWler and Emily Spears.
The Lroomsmen are Ryan Carter
and Donnie Carter. Adam Burnms
will be usher and Bruce Mason
Caner will be nng bearer.


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Amanda Mare) Skinner and
Robert Anthony Palag w ill
exchange vows on June 10th, 2006
at 2 p.m. at Gonzalez Baptist
Church.
Amanda is the daughter of
Christine A. Skinner of Milton. FL
and Roy NI. Skinner of Pensacola.
FL. "Anthon\" is the son of
Karron Troil and Brian Lanne
Palag, both of Pensacola.
Both Amjnda and Anthony
are graduates of the Milton High
School Class of 2003. Amanda is a,
graduate of Pensacola Junior
College Class of 2005 and is work-
ing towards a bachelor's degree in
Business Administration at the
University of West Florida and is
currently employed by LISA
Mobility. Anthony also attended
Pensacola Junior College and is
currently employed by Pegasus
Laboratories.


NOTICE OF CHANGE OF LAND USE

AND INTENT TO CONSIDER AN ORDINANCE
The Santa Rosa County Local Planning Board and Board of County Commissioners will conduct public hearings to consider a change of land use and/or rezoning of land areas depicted on the
maps within this'advertisement. The hearings are scheduled as follows:


Local Planning Board (to consider and make a recommendation on the proposals):
Thursday,' May 11. 2006 at 6.00 p.m.

Board of County Conmissione'r_ (to consider adoption of the ordinance):
Tir, sday. MalaY 25. 2006 at 6:00 p.m.


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

AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO S.ANT4 ROSA COUNTY: FLORIDA: .AMENDING ORDINANCE 2003-25: .AAIENDING THE FUTURE LAND USE MAP OF THE S.ANTA ROSA COUN-
TY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN; CHANGING THE LAND USE CLASSIFICATIONS AS DEPICTED INV THE ATTACHED AMAP.S: AMENDING ORDINANCE 91-24 .4S .-LENDED;
CHANGING THE ZONING DISTRICTS AS DEPICTED IN THE .ATTACHED MAPS: APPROVING THE AMENDMENTS TO THE OFFICIAL ZONING MAP OF THE LAND DEVEL-
OPMENT CODE .AS DEPICTED IN THE ATTACHED MAPS; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.


Zoning District Amended: from RI (Single Family Residential
District) to NC ICommercial District) - total approximately .92
(+/-) acres.
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Single Family
Residential to Commercial.


Zoning District Amended: from RI (Single Family Residential
District) to R2 (Medium Density Residential District) - total
approximately 1.4 (+/-) acres..
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Single Family
Residential to Medium Density Residential.


Zoning District Amended: from RI iSingle Family Residential
District) to R2 (Medium Density Residential District) and HCD
(Highway Commercial Development District) - total approxi-
mately .50 (+/-) acres.
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Single Family
Residential to Medium Density Residential and Commercial


Zoning District Amended: from RR1 (Rural Residential District)
to HCD (Highway Commercial District) - total approximately
.71 (+/-) acres.
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Single Family
Residential to Commrrcial


Zoning District Amended: from RIM (Mixed Residential
Subdivision District) to HCD (Highway Commercial District) -
total approximately 1.4 l+/-, acres.
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Single Family
Residential to Commercial.


Zoning District Amended: from R ISingle Family Residential
District) to R2 (Medium Density Residential District) - total
approximately 1.32 (+ -t acres.
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Single Family
Residential to Medium Density Residential.


Zoning District Amended: from R1 (Single Family Residential
District) to NC (Commercial District) - total approximately .46
(+/-) acres.
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Single Family
Residential to Commercial.


Zoning District Amended: from RR1 (Rural Residential Distric
and R1 (Single Family Residential District) to HCD (Highway
Commercial District) - total approximately 4.4 (+/) acres.
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Garcon Point
Rural Residential to Commercial.


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HCD (Hiehwav Commercial District) - total approximately .96
(+/-) acres.
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Agriculture to
Commercial.


Zoning District Amended: from AG (Agriculture District) to Mi
(Restricted Industrial District) - total approximately 4.55 (+.;-)
acres.
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Agriculture to
Industrial.


Zoning District Amended: from AG tAgriculture District) to R2
(Medium Density Residential District) - total approximately
2.28 (+/-) acres.
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Single Family
Residential to Medium Density Residential.


The proposed ordinance and maps may be inspected by the public prior to the above scheduled meetings at the Santa Rosa County Planning Department, 6051 Old Bagdad Highway, Milton, Florida. Interested parties may
appear at the meetings and be heard with respect to this proposed ordinance. All interested parties should take notice that if they decide to appeal any decision made by the Santa Rosa County Board of County Commissioners
with respect to any matter coming before said Board at said meeting, it is their individual responsibility to insure that a record of proceedings they are appealing exists and for such purpose they will need to insure that a verba-'
tim record of the proceedings is made, which record shall include the testimony and the evidence upon which their appeal is to be based. Santa Rosa County adheres to the Americans with Disabilities Act and will make rea-
sonable modifications for access to this meeting upon request. Please call Santa Rosa County Planning, Zoning and Development Division at (850) 981-7075 or (850) 939-1259 to make a request. For Hearing-Impaired, 1-
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Help Spring
(ARA) - Ah, spring, it's
almost time to let iour hair
dot n. step outside, breathe in
the fresh air and have some
good old-fashioned fun. "
Or, in some cases, it may be
time to start your spring home
decorating projects.
. The promise of the warm
weather and longer days has
the tendency to make almost
all of us want to spruce up our
homes with updated d6cor.
- With that in mind, the fol-
lowing are some inexpensive
and highly effective ways. to
motivate you, while making
the most of your spring deco-
rating dollars:
. Add an area rug.
, Unlike wall-to-wall carpet,
area rugs can bring colorful
designs and patterns into your
room -i without overwhelming it,
.and once 'ou buN them the\
�are yours to keep. You carn take
them \ith \ou if you mote.
Area rugs can be %ell used
*by the frugal decorator, as
they'ree extremely versatile.
:and can serxe man\ purposes.
For example, they can start
,off in the li ing room, move to
:the fanuhl room or bedroom.
:and eventually\ end up in the
,garage or an indoor outdoor
room.
SPunch up the coloi \%ih
'paint.
Painting s one of the easiest
-and least expensive ways to
transform a room.
So. if \ou're thinking of
,painting but are hesitant about
,co\ennm the %\alk of an entire
"room r \lth a briehier color.
* Pratt & Lambert 3 Color
MNarketing Manager Peggy Van
Allen sa .s there are plenty of
i ways to experiment with color
, - even before putting it on
your walls.
"There are numerous tools
on the market that can help tap
into a consumer's imagination
b\ assisting them in envision-
inm ho,: a color can change the
look and teel ot a room." aid
Van Allen.
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expensive Decorating Tips

New Life into Your Home


Furniture is tired and ,:orn
looking?
Need to match your new.
v\all color \ iah sour furniture?
Liehten and brighten chairs
lo eseats and couches -% ith the
creati\ e use of shlpco ers
For les-, than $100 dollar-s.
Iou can either make \our o\ n. .
or bu\ them at \our local home
outlet store
It's amazing ho\'. .n old
piece of furniture can take on
ne"\ life ' ith a linle help.
Gile ". indo\\s the treat-
nientl
If \our draperies are hea\
and dark. It don't niatter \\hat
color \oiir \alls or furniture
are.
So. shop the sales for some
sheers and taffeta panels that
can help brighten a room.
Discount stores are great
re-,oturces for inexpensi\e pan-
ek and curtains.
Tr' adding s.mniething lieht
%k ith a beaded fringe to include
a little sparkle dnd a bit of
v\ hinms\.
Lightlen up
One sure \,a\ to quickly ,
freshen up a room's decor is b\


replacing outdated lamp fhx-
tures.
For' an entirely new lotk.
this can be accomplished by
replacing old shades.
Or, try re-decorating your
existing lampshades b\ appl -
ing fabric paint or using a hot
Sglue gun to embells-h shades
\ith beads. feathers or other
ornaments.
. Tidy up and.organilze.
During the "inter our
homes tend to become filled
\ ith lots of bulk and piles of
thin s .
\While -;prino cleaning.
bring in neAw icker baskets or
decorative storage boxes to
hide a',\a\ those items that
have accumulated during the
winter months. .
This u\ill allo\ \ou to haie
the tid\. nunlimali nt look \\e
of0teln associate ith spring.
According to \ Van Allien.
"J.lust remember, s.prin deco-
rlin'g doesn't ha'e to bleak
',our budget. Small. cost-effec-
tie improvements call really\
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home's overall appearance.
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Wiggins
graduates BMT
Air Force Airman John P.
Wiggins has graduated from
basic military training at
Lackland Air Force Base, San
Antonio, Texas.
- In addition, airmen who
complete basic training earn
credits toward an associate
degree through the Community
College of the Air Force.
. He is the son of James and
Debora Wiggins of Jones St..
Milton. FL.
The airman is a 2005 gradu-
ate of Santa Rosa Adult School
in Milton.

Spearman
graduates BMT
* Air Force Airman Shanice
N. Spearman has graduated
from basic military training at
Lackland Air Force Base, San
Antonio. Texas.
. In addition, airmen who
complete basic training earn
credits toward an associate
degree through the Community
College of the Air Force.
She is the daughter of Elvis
Spearman of Branston Drive,
Navarre. FL.
Spearman is a 2004 gradu-
ate of Natarre High School.

,Holtman
-reports to TX
FHTNCl-Na\v Reserve
Ensign Scott NI. Holtman, son
bf Patricia A. and Edward J.
"Holtman of Milton. FL. recent-
ly reported for duti at Na'al
Air Station, Kingsville. Texas.
S Holitman is a 1999 graduate
bf Milton High School of
Milton. FL. and joined the
Navy Reser'e in October
:2003. He is a 2003 graduate of
Florida State Uninersity.
Tallahassee, FL. with a BS
'degree.

Dawson
completes Naval BT
'FHTNCO-Na\\ Seaman
Recruit Robern A. DaR son. son
of Anne NI. and Matt D.
Dawson of Milion. FL. recent-


ly completed U.S. Navy basic,
training at Recruit Training,
Command, Great Lakes, Ill.
The capstone event of boot
camp is "Battle Stations." This'
exercise gives recruits the
skills and confidence they need
to succeed in the fleet. Its dis-
tinctly "Navy" flavor was'
designed to take into account
what it means to be a Sailor.
Dawson is-a 2004 graduate
of Milton High School of
Milton, FL.

Nicholas
graduates BT
(FHTNCi-Navy Seaman
Recruit Nathaniel Z. Nicholas.
a 2005 graduate of Gulf Breeze
High School. Gulf Breeze, FL.
recently completed U.S. Navy
basic training at Recruit
Training Command, Great
Lakes. IL.
During the eight-week pro-
gram, Nicholas completed a
variety of training, which
included classroom stud% and
practical instruction on naval
customs. first-aid, firefighting,
water safetN and survival, and
shipboard and aircraft safety.
An emphasis \\as also placed
on physical fitness.
The capstone event of boot
camp is "Battle Stations." This
exercise gives recruits the
skills and confidence the\ need
to succeed in tht fleet. "'Battle
Stations" is designed to gal'a-
ntze the basic warrior attributes
of sacrifice, dedication, team-
work and endurance in each
recruit through the practical
application of basic Navy skills
and the core \alues of Honor.
Courage and Commitment. It's
distinctl\ "Na\'" flavor w\as
designed to take into account
"hat it means to be a Sailor.

Baumgartner
deployed on ship
(FHTNCi-Navy Petty
Officer 3rd Class Neal A.
Baumgartner, son of Maureen
J. Baumgartner of Milton. FL.
departed on a scheduled
deployment in support of the
Global War on Terrorism while
assigned to the amphibious


assault ship USS Peleliu,
homeported in San Diego,.
Prior to - deploying,
Baumgartner and more than
6,000 of his fellow shipmates
of Expeditionary Strike Group
(ESG) 3 successfully complet-
ed a Composite Training Unit
Exercise and a Joint Task Force
Exercise (JTFEX).
Amphibious assault ships
.like USS Peleliu deploy


throughout the world to. main-
tain U.S. presence and provide
rapid response in times of cri-
sis. They serve as a highly vis-
ible deterrent to would-be
aggressors, and are equipped
with the most versatile and
powerful weapons available.
Baumgartner is a 2001 grad-
uate of Milton High School of
Milton, FL. and joined the
Na\y in June 2001.


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Community Day at
East Milton Sports Park
There will be a community,
day at the East Milton Sports
Complex on May 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 Iry is also being
planned on this day.
Fiesta 10K/K Runs to
retuin to old course
The Fiesta 10K5K will be
returning to the original senic
course following the completion
of the Cervantes St. Bridge and
hurricane clean-up.
The Fiesta Runs will be held
on May 6 at 8 a.m. in Pensacola
-' and will start on Airport Blvd.
* near Pensacola Junior College.
For more information or to
register for the race you can
contact Ray Yarbrough at 476-
8765.
Bass tourney to help
Sacred Heart children
Sacred Heart Health
Systems will hold its 10th Annual
Log-A-Load for Kids Bass
Fishing Tournament on the
Escambia River Ma:,, 13.
The tournament will be held
at the Swamphouse Marina and
Landing on the Escambia River.
Interested parties may pre-
register at Northwest Florida
Marine on Highway 29 or on tnhe
.day of the tournament at
Swamphouse Marina.
Santa Rosa United Way
-to hold fishing-toumey
United Wa/ oi Santa Rosa.
County will be holding its first
ever bass fishing tournament on
May 20 at River Run Marina
If you are interested in being
a sponsor of the United Way of
Santa Rosa County's inaugural
bass fishing tournament please
contact the United Way offices in
Milton at 850-6.23-4507.
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
Muiton High Schiool.
Teams are lirnited to 10 pla.,-
ersw arind the r, e ent is $150
pei team.
Deadline to enter is Mla. 5.
Foy more information call
623-2616.
Skateland hockey sign
-ups are underway
Sign-ups foi Siatelaid's
youth and adult rolled hockey
leagues aie going on until /April
29.
All skill levers are welcome
"with the youth league (ages) 5 to
16 and the adult league (ages 17
,and older).
This league will run from
May until June. For more infor-
. mation you can visit www.skate-
Jandmilton .com or call Skateland
at 623-9415.

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Ex-Panther wants to prowl the NFL


O Finnegan awaits what his future holds


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
For some their dreams take
them dow'rn a road \er few
would d ever %% ant to travel.
Milton's Courtland
Finnegan is hoping the rough
road he has recently traveled
\\ ill end up \\ ith his name being
called dunng this s'eekend's
NTL Draft.
The former Milton Panther.
%ho lettered four .*ears at
Samford Uni erit\., a Di\ ision
I -AA school in the Ohio \Valle\
Conference. has earnered a lot
of attention b� the pro scouts.
But ltke some college sen-
iors hlio attended the Senior
Bol I or the NFL Scouting.
Combine in.Indianapolis. Ind..
Finnegan had one shot to turn
heads and he did just that at the
Pro Da\ on the campus of


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Samford Lini\ersit\ in
Birmingham. Ala.
Fmnegh.n v.as timed in the
40--.\ard dash b\ one pro scout
in a thue of 4.29 seconds on
field turf, %which is a lot slot'er
than the turf players are umed
on in the combine.
"The first time I ran the 4-t
the\ didn't tell me m\ time."
said Fmnegan. \\ho % as named
the OVC Defensike Pla\er of


the Year. "But the\ had me run
it to\\ o millore times "
Normalf football pla\~ers
such as Finnegan, v .ho are
looking to et the attention of
pro scouts. onl\ haxe to run the
40- ard dash tu ice.
"'The time I ran \a's deft-
nitely a blessing .'" said
Finneean. 'I \%as afraid at first
\when no one \\as talkiniy to
S'e. COIURTLAND. Pg. 4-I


Baseball


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NlHigHh Sc hool post-
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A se(aSO 1 11011' o llndet11'ail'
B- BILL GAMBLING
PcL.tP6 1_t .Editor
As the baseball season
came to a close rari\alnes and
___heated contest brouht the 2006
,,* BILL GAIMBLIN high school baseball season to a
PG SportLs Editor. close
If you \tere to talk to Chris Sorce, he would J efeate ntr'in a
want to talk about the team and \khat the \ ball game that 'sent much deep-
ccom-p'ished. er than th, bo\ score wouuld
.He enjoys the accolades he receives as an indicate as, the R.o\als v.on 14-4
- individual, but getting him to talk about then is in si. innings.
'0l, 1 14about as hard as trying to hit a pitch he delivers The Royals juniped out to
Sto those \\ho trN to stare him down from the bat- all earl\ 8-1 lead as the onl\
SIters box. - Jaeuar run came in the bottom
Chns doesn't want to talk about being named half of the first %%ith J.J. Session
a pre-season All-American bN Louis, tille Slugiger. \". onild hit one of his tr o home
or the fact he '\as named third team All-State in runs.
baseball last season, or being named second tean-, Ja:, continued to threaten as
AMll-State as a quarterback for the football team. Central w\as tr ing to pitch
Oh. and it slipped his mind to let people through the ri al camnie b% com-
know he has signed to pitch for the Tigers of mirtee
r . '-Loumsiana State Uni\ersity. '"\e "ere a lrtle short on
" didn't think I would be a part of a team pitching.'" said Central head
like the football team te had this ear." said coach Rick \eeks. xho is a Ja\
Sorce. "It '. as unbeie% able to me .%e w ent 13-1 graduate and % as a teanmmnate ofat
and posted the best record ever at Pace. Terry DLiamond in high school.
"And in baseball being 23-3 as a, team ti a "\Ve pitched b\ comnnuttee.
pretty good record." "JUla has al,as had a
Anrd wsht does he think of the baseball stroil2 baseball team like %se
teams' chances. liahe alvals been more of a
"I think we ha\e a chance to go as far as \xe basketball school."
want to," said Sorce. who is 9-1 heading into this Session would d homer agaiin
weeks dismict action as a pitcher. "1 feel like we in the bottom of the third as the
are very capable of going far into the tounamnient. Jaguars cut an -1I deficit to S-4.
"Last year Me got upset, but tlus year \e are but that , would be as close as
not taking anything lightly. " their could cet.
That is how Sorce thinks. Just as theN did at home to
He might enjoy the recognition he gets for a start rie season Jay closed the
passing moment, but the thing foremost ion his game nith foul runs in the sixth
minind is the team. to build a ten run lead.
"For me I am bappy if I make the All-Area After shutiting the Jacuars
Team." said Sorce. "I "\as shocked to get the do\% n in the bottom of the si\th
honor from Louisville Slueger. because I am not thLe came \\as o\er.
SeC SORCE. Pg "TD oda\ v.aas a lot of luck."
said Diamond. "I am 'ery
proud of the ktaN i e played.
"I thought we got a lot of
good pitching because Central
has itwo or three quality hitters."
Se . BASEBALL Pg. vD



Pace winS two-day district tdr ,

I Jay wins District 1-2A over Baker 5-2,' Central falls 5-4 ",,


B' BILL GAMNBLIN

For snime the', '.ait until
their birthday for a present.
It took two separate
C . erine. but down to their last
out in the bottom of the seventh
the Lady Patriots (24-3) deliv-
ered an early 50th birthday
present to Pace head softball
coach Susan Williams on
Saturday as they won the
District 1-5A Softball title over


Niceville 1-0.
Saturday the scoreless bat-
tle continued 'until the final out
of the seventh inning
Katy Neal was standing on
third with two outs after steal-
ing the base and Lauren
Mendoza came up to the plate.
You could hear Williams
and her husband and assistant
coach Curtis .Williams urge
Mendoza to make contact.
She took a one ball and


two-strike offering down the
third base line to Lady Eagle's
third baseman Sara Hinesley.
Hinesley fielded the ball
quickly, but it sailed over the
head of Hayley McCain as Neal
raced home and a loud roar
erupted.
"I got up and didn't want to
go into extra innings," said
Mendoza. "I was happy I hit it
because I knew anything could
See, SOFTBALL, Pg. 6D


Courtland Finnegan
Samford University
Defensive Back/Kick Returns
Formerly attended Milton HS
Ret. Yards TD's Avg. Tackles Yards TD's Int.
29 588 1 20.3 98 51 1 1


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Sports


How did unwanted role



models come about?


BILL GA[MBLIN
PG Sports Edito'-
Well I found a way to get a
dirty look at home, as if that is
Sa first for me.
SMy wife walked in after
.overhearing me 'teach my
:daughter ho\\ to count.
No\ I feel Piper is the
,smartest one-Near old around.
Sbut I am biased.
SAnd I doubt if she will
remember my counting lesson,
,but it went something like this.
Martin True\ Jr. Kurt
'Busch, Dale Earnhirdt. Scont
\Wimmer. Kyle Busch Mark
Martin. Robby Gordon. Little
E, Kase\ Kahne. and Scott
Riegcs.
After getting the obligatory
dity look. I decided as any red-.
blooded he-man would and tr.
the lesson again.
This time it was
Ba.ss Pro Shops. Miller
Licht. GM Good\\ rench.
AERO ExhaLst. Kellog,'s.
.AAA. Jim Beam. Bud\\eiser.
Dodge Dealers, and Vaoliohne.
I am not sure. but I think
mN second attempt wasn't near-
S1 as funnN as the first time.
So 1 mnude a note to myself
* and that how to count.
I guess the reason for the
dirty looks \'.as because M\ra
expects a little more of me than
that.
: You guessed it; I am sup-
posed to be a role model.
I didn't ask to be a role
model, but I am one because I
am a parent.
This feeling rermnds me of
the comment a pro athlete made
about being a role model.
I believe it was 'Barrn
Bonds \\'ho commented that he
didn't v.ant to be a role model.
Well Barr), I don't. want
\ou a, role model eiithcr
But at the -time Barrn. \ou
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of dollars and hilling tape
measure home run<.
With the questions sur-
rounding your health habits. I
don't feel you are much of a
role model young people look
Lup to.
I guess the biggest surprise
to me is % %ho young people look
up to.
The da\ s of idolizing some-
one is not just limited to those.
% ho get paid. but those \. ho not
much older than the\ are.
A fair assessment ij to sa.\
that success can make xou a
role model.
It doesn't matter if \ou pla-,
pro. college, or even compete in
sports at the high school le\el.
Since I moved do" n here I
hawe seen \oung people v"alk
up to high school athletes and
ask them for their autograph.
It took me a moment to
process w hat I sa\\. but this par-
ticular athlete had become a
role model in the eyes of this
youngg person.
Did the\ ask to become a
role model
I doubt it. but their ability\
and success let them to become
a role model.
You don't see a person
drcan-ing of starting a business.
j.ist to close the door in three to
si\ months because everything


went w.ronilg.
When you do something as
an individual you dream of
being successful and possibly
even compare your success to
that of someone you have wit-
nes)ed or been around.
Sorrn to point this out to
Barn or any other athlete. but
no one dreams of being a role
model.
I \ ill net er forget when the
look rm\ late father had \ hen
we were in public and someone
pointed at him in a restaurant
and said, '"There goes Bill
Gambhn's father."
Ne er at a loss for \words.
he quickly grinned and told
them, "No I am the original Bill
Gamblin."
Some of mi new farmil
here got to meet him, but I
belie e exer\ one of them
would agree is \\ as definmutel an
original.
I guess if I had to pick \\ ho
m- hero or idol %w as w\ while I \' as
growing up it would ha\e been
m\ dad.
Not because he \was this
great business person, athlete.
or someone I \. as close to that
\\ as larger than life.
But he tried to teach me the
Sale of being one person. me!
And if I can li\e up to the
standard he set for me when I
\\as \oung then I can sa\ I hate
lied a \ern full and enjoyable
life.
So remember that \while
)ou get older at some point you
will become a role model, if
-\ou want to or not.
It might be as a parent. or in
some other point of your life.
NlM challenge to ) ou Is
what w ill Nou do w hen that time
comes and \ou can not get out
of it.
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to corner back if I am drafted I
guess they didn't think too
much of mN chances.
�"Plus the combine is based
a lot on the Division I football
players, some of %which might
not ha'e even played a down in
college football..
On Saturday Finnegan
completed a visit %with the
Oakland Raiders and has also
visited the Seattle Seahawks.
Tennessee Titans. Jackson\ille
Jaguars. Atlanta Falcons.
Chicago Bears, and Green Bay
Packers.
"Visiting with these teams
has definitely been a very hum-
bling experience," said
Finnegan. Just to be around
million dollar coaches and
facilities has been \er\ breath
taking and humbling for me as a
player and a person.
"The chance to play profes-
sional football has all"avs been
a childhood dream and I feel
that I have taken advantage of
ever-y opportunity that has pre-
sented itself.
One opportunity \%as the
chance to attend the Velocitt
Training Camp in Rosewell.
Ga.. one of the most prestigious
training facilities for football
hopefuls.
. I trained real hard for this
opportunity." said Finnegan. "I
arrived there in December and
trained from then through
January. February. and March
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you improve and be ready for
the opporrunit.y when it arises."
Finnegan is excited about
%what prospects might lie ahead
for him if he is drafted, but he is
expecting the worse.
"I don't want to disappoint
nlmself." said Finnegan. who
could start out as a special
teams player on a squad and be
featured in the nickel package
on defense w while trying to earn
a full time shot. "I just %want a
chance to show them w hat I am
capable of doing.
"God has already got a plan
and I ant going to folo\\w it the
best I can."
During his senior Near at
Samnford. Finnegan was the
teams third leading rusher with
6398 all purpose yards and led
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"Samford has offered me so
much by preparing me for this
next step." said Finnegan. "The
best thing I feel that I did to
help mNself is by wanting to dd
it all.
"Punt returns, kickoffs. spe-
cial teams. and more: the more
you can do as a player it seem
the more the league thinks of
you..
But the reality of %what has
been going on w ith visits to \art
ious team facilities and talking
on the phone with people \\ill
soon set in on draft day.
"Reality N ill set in for me
in less than a week." said
Finnegan "I have dreamt of
this day my entire life.
"Before high school %what I
am going through %was almost
like a fair tale."
Some of the keys he learned
in high school as a wide receiv-
er for Coach Mike McMillion
still holds true for him as an
adult.
"Some of the things he
would emphasize I have tried to
take and apply it in life," said
Finnegan. "The key things I
hold on to is that this is a team
game and to give it all you have
every time on the field.
".No matter what happens
this weekend I hope they \\ill
be like me and look back on
these days and srrule."
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Youth Winter League
Oops Alley
April 15, 2006
.High Game Men: lohn
* figb\- 194
..- igh Game Women:
Courtne\ Sims - 1 36
4igh Game Team: Splits
)-appen - 611
High Series Men: lohn Rigb\
- 510
High Series Women:
Courtne\ Sims - 356
iHigh Series Team - Splits
-lappen - 1 -08

[League Overall Standings: 1.
_Splits Happen, 2. \treme
Bo%%lers. 3. Fudpuckers, 4.
King Pins. 5. Titisters 6. Rier
Rats. . \aitors, 8. Bobcats.

Monday Alley Cats League
Oops Alley
April 17, 2006
High Game Women: Terrie
Hicks - 181
High Game Team: Pro\ lerts
' 447
High Series Women: Francis
Gordon - 441
High Series Team: Bomlinng
Chicks - 12-8

League Standings: 1. Puddi-
Cats 42-22; 2. Bo\Wling Sass\s
137-27, 3. Bo\\ling Chicks 36-
28, 4. W ildcats 35-29. 5.
Protmlers 34-30, 6. Three
Blind Mice 30-34, -. Hit-n-
S Miss 21-4-' 8. Garfield Pets
20-44.
Notes: Brand\ Beaudin
bo0xled a handicap game oof
'235 and Francis Gordon's
series with handicap \\as
: 6 654.

Monday Night Mixed
r Oops Alley
April 17,2006
High Game Men: Phillip
-Coleman- 256
High Game Women: Sam
Hco\ell - 207
High Game Team: \\e re
'Here to Sta\ - 825
High Series Men: Phillip
Coleman - n'
High' Series Women: Sam
'.Ho\\ell - 53'


High Series Team - Damn
10 Pin- 23204

League Overall Standings: 1.
Semper Fi 34.5-1 -.5 2.
Damn 10 Pin 34-1S 3. Here
Comnes Trouble 33-19, 4. 2
Drunks 2 Sobers 30-22. 5.
Oops -lle' Cats 28-24. 6. \-
spot 25-2 -. Were Here To
Sta\ 24-28 8. \\e Were
Robbed 24-28. 9. Pinned
Out 24-28. 10. Ten Pins
Dow\n 23.5-28.5, 11. Hungr\
Cats 23-29 12 leff's Cre\w
22-30. 13. All in the Familh
21-31. 14. Charlie's Angles
18-34.
Notes: High average in the
league for men is Tra\is lordan
w ith a 213, while e the females
are led b\ Kay Ingram with a
166.

W.U.M.I Church League
Oops Alley
April 18, 2006
High Game Men: Ion L.
Tkxitchell - 2280
High Game Women: Bienda
Cille\ - 162
High Game Team: Pace
Community\ Church #2 -
671
High Series Men: Ion L.
T\\itchell - 655
High Series Women: Brenda
Gille\, - 4-6
High Series Team - Pace
Comrnunit\ Church #2 -
1826

League Overall Standings: 1.
On Strike 36-24. 2. Pace
Communit\ Church #2 35-
25. 3. Pace Communit',


Church #1 34-26, 4. Lane
S\'eepers 30-30, 5. Hol\
Rollers 30-30, 6. Turke\s 29-
31. -. Pin Droppers 24-36 8.
lokers 24-36.
Notes: )on L. Ti.itchell won
LISBC 600-699 Award with a
655 series and was 1 40 oer
series. Maiette Sporis won a
4)00-499 Series A\\ard \ith a
428 series.

Tanglewood
Hole-In-One
Brian F. Pascoe carded a
hole-in-one on the 153-,,ard
16th hole ith a 6-iron
Witnessing the shot were
John Poore and Mark Brooks.

Tanglewood
Ladies Association
T and F Net
1. Bobbi Utt 29
2. E�el n Gardner 33
3. Nanc\ Welch 33.5
Chip-in: Laura kalata

Stonebrook
Ladies Association
Tuesday
Flight A: 1. loanne Kelle\.
loanne Quesinher \. 2.
Katen Baker. Caiol Lehmann.
3. Charlotte \\heelei. Sharon
Reiser.
Flight B: 1. Linda Reddish.
Debbie Register. 2. \ icki
NIcMuNra\,. \udre\ Belanger.
3. Bonnie Cook NMar
WVoltersdoi f.
Chip-ins: \. [lc lurI a\. L.
Reddish N1. kilgore. A\
\\oltersifor, and S. Reiser.
Birdies: C. Truttt. B. Cook.
and S. Reiser.


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Softball action really heated up
as the thunder and lightning
Thursday evening wasn't the
only excitement on the dia-
mond. (Left) Ashley Nestle tags
out a Niceville runner at home
in the second inning to keep the
game tied 0-0. (Right) Ashleigh
Cole pitched three straight days
as she went 2-0 in the District 1-
5A tournament.
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happen.
"I knew the bail las over
the first baseman's head when 1
was five feet from the bag and
Coach (Curtis) Williams \was
yelling at me to get on the bag."
Neal, who started the
inri.ing with a long single off the
center field fence, raced home
and celebrated after she learned
the throw to first was high.
"Coach Williams gave me
the steal sign with two strikes.
but I w"as wanting g to go sooner
because I wanted to score." said
Neal. who slipped after round-
ing first on her single. "After I
crossed home plate that is .'.hen
I kne\ and the celebration
started."
For most of,the players ha'-
ing to come back the second
da \\was nothing, but for Pace
starting pitcher Ashleigh Cole
the difference between Friday
night and Saturday \as like
night and day.
"I am glad we come to
come back today and plaY."
said Cole, \ho struck out nine
S'o er two nights. '"iFrida\ i night
I walked and hit a couple, but
the .defense behind me came
through.
"I knew it was going to'be a
1-0 game, but I knew we could
get Niceville out because I had
a great defense behind me."
One, defensive gem on
Friday\ .before the lightning
arrived \\as a pla\ at the plate
SasAshley Nestle took a throw at
the plate in the top of the sec-
ond to get the Lady Eagle base
runner.
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be a lowt scoring game from'
%then "te played them before.-.
said Williams. "It is \ern like\'
we might be play ing them again
to see "\ho represents Region 1
at the State Tournament."
So what went through the'
mind of the usually reserved
Susan Williams when she sa\'
the throw to first start to sail?
"When I sa\\ the o\erthro\
all I could say was hallelujah.'
said Williams. "hose birthday
is tomorrow.
Lightening in the area latq-
Fnday caused umpires to sus-
pend play before the bottom of
the forth innings.
Pace %%ill host Tallahasse�
Lincoln on Tuesday in hopes of
advancing to the second round'
of the Region I softball bracket,
But lightning \wasn't a con,
cem on Thursday as the Lady
Patriots disposed of a very
young Choctaw squad 4-0.
Cole allotted only three
hits w. while fanning 10 as Pace
defeated the Lady Indians.
Pace scored what wouldd
pro\e to be the "\inning run i
the bottom of the fourth after
Kalin Lasseter w\as hit by ,a
pitch to start the inning. i
Cole would move Lasseter
to- third with, a doubles a�
Lasseter would score on a sacri-
fice by Nestle.
Pace would add three more
runs in the bottom of the fifth:.
tw\o of which scored \when
Morgan McBnde doubled. I
In other district finals: '
Ja} 5, Baker 2 '
Beaiine the same team
three times in the same season
can be difficult and the Lad5
Royals proved that as they
defeated Baker 5-2 Thursday in
the District 1-2A softball finals
in Jay.
Jay (12-7) jumped out to an
early 2-0 lead in the top of the
first, as oddly enough they werb
the visitors on the scoreboard
despite playing on their home
field.
In the top of the third tho
Lady Royals would score two
more and prove to be academic
as Joy Gandy improved to 6-3
on the season as she shut down
the Lady Gators bats.
Candace Gillman went 2-
for-3 scoring a run, while
Amber Steadham went 2-for-4
with an RBI as the Lady Royals
also took advantage of four
Baker errors.
Jay, who wanted to host a
first round playoff game, will
play host to Cottondale.
Paxton 5, Central 4
One big inning did Central
in, as they could not repeat as
the District 1-A softball cham-
pions.
Central was up 4-0 when
Paxton scored their five runs in
the fourth inning.
The Lady Jags will visit
Bethlehem high school to start
state play.

Story written by
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Lifters push their way toward ,the
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By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
Pace and Milton were rep-
resented this weekend at Santa
Fe Community College in
Gainesville for the FHSAA 2A
l~o3 s Weightlifting
Championships.
SMilton was represented b\
9Randon Harper at 1 29 pounds
ajnd Andrew Gilmer at 1S3
jlounds. whilee Pace had Chris
orn lifting in the 219 pound
Class and Doug Ta\ lor compet-
ing in the hea \ %weight di' ision
The best sho% ing of the
four lifters Went to Ta! lor \\ho
finished in eighth place in the,
heavyweight division by post-
ing a total weight of 660
pounds.
In the Section 1 qualifier
Tailor won with a combined
%''eight of 675 pounds. which
left him seeded eighth in the
state heading into the meet.


Tailor bench pressed 371)
pounds and followed that up
with a best lift in the clean and
jerk of 290 pounds. .
Horn, Taylor's teammate.
finished llth in the 219 pound
weight class with a total lift of
595 pounds,' which was five
pounds off his sectioial quali--
fying total.
For Milton the top lifter
'as Harper kho finished; ninth
in the 129 pound class.
Harper posted a total of 4-15
pounds. \ which %\as equal to his
qualify ing lift at the sectional.
Gilmer. hi, teammate. fin-
ished 10th in the 183 pound
class by lifting a total of 600
pounds, which is \that lie lifted
to win the section 1 meet to
qualify.
With eight sections in Class
2A competing to qualify for the
state meet. onl1 the top IS in
each %weight class moved on


from the sectional meet.
Pace's Kael Doughty and
Bradley Stoltman finished in
the top four at the Section 1
qualifier, but their respective
totals were not enough to earn
them a berth in the state compe-
tition;
Dougherty finished third in
the 119 pound class ith a com-
bined total of 320 pounds.
while Stoltman finished fourth
at 183 pounds with a tw.o lift
total of 540 pounds.
Milton's Tony Johnson suf-
fered the same fate as he fin-
ished fourth in the 199 pound
class with a two lift total of 565
pounds.
NMilton's Christian Woods.
w.ho %on the 169 pound class
with a total of 620 pounds.
qualified for the state meet. but
did not ha\e a total posted in
the final state results.
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Danger lurks ev eryw here
for Florida's nesting shorebirds
and other wildlife adapted to
secluded beaches. Beachfront
development has altered or
destroyed much of the coastline
habitat where shorebirds and
other critters once nested and
raised new generations in rela-
tive safety.
To make matters worse.
human recreational acti cities
and shorebird nesting peak at
about the same time. Imperiled
species find themselves com-
peting \ ith humans for the nar-
row strips of sand along the
state's barrier islands and main-
land beaches, with mixed
results.
That's wh\ professional
v.ildlite biologists and volun-
teers mobilize to post areas.
weather data. inform the public
and monitor progress of
v. wildlife offspring. The process
generally starts in April when
beach-nesting birds stake out
suitable sites, followed b. sea
turtle nesting in May.
The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conseri action
Commission i FR\C i. in cooper-
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federal agencies. coordinates
efforts aimed at educating the
public and protecting bea'ch-
nesung wildlife during critical
nesting periods. A cadre of vol-
unteers from the FWC and pri-
vate organizations like the
Audubon Societ\ maintain
watch over nesting sites and aid
educational efforts.
Beach-nesting birds often
get nervous around human
recreational activities like
beach volle baU. kite surfing or
the family pet romping after a
windblow"n Frisbee. Frightened
buds someumes flee their nests.
leaving their chicks or eggs vul-
nerable to a varietyy of hazards.
Officials protect bird
colonies b) posting signs, rop-
ing off affected areas and con-
tlcting local residents about
temporary. beach closures.
Posted areas are closed to pub-


signs go up until Aug. 31, when
the young leave their nests.
The FWC and its partners
tr to contact residents adjacent
to the aftected beachfront.
Most residents and visitors sup-
port protective measures and
take responsibility for keeping
a watchfull e\e on nesting
colonies.
"Shorebirds. marine turtles
and their nests and eggs enjoy
protection under state and fed-
eral law. It is, ho we\ er. the pub-
lic's sense of stewardship for
the resource that's the real key
to protecting future generations
of beach-nesting . wildlife " said
Naiic\ Douglass. regional
nongame v\ildlife biologist for
the FWVC.
Disturbances by people or
their pets pose serious problems
for beach-nesting birds.
"It's not so much that peo-
ple don't care, it's that beach-
nestine birds are difficult to
detect." Douglass said.
The nests are simple, shal-
lo\" depressions in the sand.
and eggs are well camouflaged.
People \\hM inadvertently romp
through nesting areas and fl\
kites, which nesting parents
mistake for large predators.
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shade, it only takes a few mui"
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to rise abo\e 100 degrees.
resulting in death for the chicks,
Young chicks and eggs are
also a favorite target of cro\'s
and gulls when parents are not
immediately available to chal-
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walking in nesting areas also
may step on the well-camou-
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Summer on Florida's
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rnan\ of Florida's imperiled
wildlife species. Tucked a"wa,;
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many other native species se(
about the age-old task of ensur-'
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asking people to stop kite-fly'
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we're just asking beachgoers t'i
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%here there are nesting birds,'
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With the wnm the Royals
ended the season with a 12
game \\ inning streak.
"You alwaN s want to end on
a big win." said Diamond. "I
just hope we can keep our bats
hot heading into the district."
For Central this was the end
to what \\as a \'er long week.
On Thursday they defeated
Pensacola Christian AcademN
at home 4-2.
' The Jaguars were set on go
in the bottom half of the first as
they scored three runs and
would d neler have to look back
as Robert Olsen pitched seen
innings for the %win.
- Central would add a fourth
run in the bottom of the fourth
before the Warriors would tr- to
stan a comeback in the top of
the sixth when its onl\ two
runs.
"I probably should have
scheduled the %week a little bet-
Ler," said Weeks on FridaN.
"This has been a \er. long
week and I think it is showing
on the guys."
At the plate Paul Baggetn
went 3-for-3. while Josh
J.ernigan went 2-for-3.
T.son Weeks went I-for-3
with a double and a RBI.
In other baseball action:


Pace 8. Catholic I
The Patriots closed their
season out where they ha'e
spent most of it with an 8-1 \ in
on the road against Pensacola
Catholic
Pace (22-31 started the
game on go as they have the
bats ready scoring six unan-
swered runs in the first three
innings.
The Crusaders did score
until the bottom of the third
inning.
Wade Schrepper worked
just four innings for the win as
he allowed only three hits \w while
striking out four
Dre\w Cumberland went 3-
for-4 scoring three runs with a
double and one RBI. Bear
Conner and Allen Ward added
two RBI's each as Comer fin-
ished 3-for-5 and Ward went 2-
for-4 at the plate.
Apparently the Patriots
were hot the night before as
the\ defeated Pine Forest to
close out their home schedule
13-3 in six innings.
After taking an early 1-0
lead in the bottom of the first
Pace scored nine unanswered
runs.
The Eaples would score
two in the top of the sixth
inning to make it 10-3. but


Pace would score three runs to
end the game in six innings.
Chris Sorce got the win to
improve to 9-1 on the season
as he pitched six innings and
struck out eight when he
admitted he didn't have. his
best stuff.
"I just didn't feel right out
there tonight," said Sorce. "I


am glad we got the \ in, which
is the big thing."
Brad Hammac went 2-for-2 at
the plate with a home run
w while Comer w ent 4-for-4 with
two RBI's as the Patriots
pounded out 14 hits in the
game.
Cumberland went 3-for-5
with an RBI and Matt Lewis


went 2-for-3 with two RBl's.
Tate 10. Milton 0
The Aggles needed only
five innings to dispose of the
team led b\ one of their former
coaches, who now leads
Milton, 10-0.
Tate scored five runs in the
second and five more in the
third. which would prove to be


all they needed as the Panthers
fell to 4-22 on the season.
Ethan Rogers pitched two
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In continued support of the
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Li-18 travel teams who \would
like to compete in the summer
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Coaches can electronically
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Showcase Tournament on the
Pensacola Pelicans website at
http:i,',w\ w.pensacolapeli -
cans.com!/ournament/.
Registered teams s\ill be
guaranteed a three-game mini-
mum for the tournament. After
registration. payment plans
and additional information s' ill
be provided.
Please contact tournament
director Jim Harrington with
an\ questions at Jim@'pen-
sacolapelicans.com or 850-
934-8444.


T-he Pelicans website ha~s

been updated to include the'
standings for all the local higl
school baseball teams.
Now coaches., players, par-'
ents. students, and fans can'
check the standings of their
home team. division rivals, all
four divisions, and the playoff
race.
Coaches are encouraged to:
submit their records to the
Pelicans in order to help keep
the %%ebsite as up to date as
possible.
The standings can be'
vie% ed at http:,'-ww% .pensacoe'
lapelicans.com/school.
For more information;
questions or to report stand-
ings. contact Chris Wallace at
934-8444 or e-mail at
chrins@pensacolaipelicans.com.


2005 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report

BERRYDALE WATER SYSTEM, INC.


We are pleased to announce that our drinking water meets all federal and state requirements.

iie "re p!eaJd J,, pri on, , ., v~.at ita s ._t musat \tl aler Qiaairi Report Tlhi report s dJe ned to inform ,.' -. about ith qialir. tr a,.d dra'c , i e Jdil.cr IC,' . su, t.itrr da Our .otta O ,i:. al tf, i, proI td .oi wai sltfr a d dep"- dabl >,ppitp iOt
drinkrn .water \le wvant vmo to undersiand tlhe eforts we make to connmuallY intprot e iie water treatment process and protect out water resources it uroit on to imde.rsand ith efforts we make to, conrinaally ,niprtoe ithe , after trearrnmrn pr,reis and
protect Outr 'warr res ouresi tl are co,,mnfid co tnurnua tie olr' i vo, tr .t . Oa r . ,o.r v ot, rcl. 5s srotid Wtier froio 3 .3 il Tel. i.,ls drI'.awfrom the SnJ and Gra,.l .Aier. Beca _ of the fexclintll iflr of the liLar tht o nl, re l.fitn
rqiiired arte ihlorwie for di iitnClion purpo.Ni s and lane for pH control.
If ', itie i nm qutitons albou' t this report or O.eri, ".our ,owter untitr. p/cas, coantit Trrac Ca.apbhll at 675.60M6. it iNcoC' ise .- it ed citoirersi., Nite th1orined abour other ,arer untiry It you n ant to ,.iia ,ir. please artm d a a 0f oja
regular schueidedned micngi ri .\ art held on the tilird AMotday of eachi month iat ~ 00 at thil offiekLc on Hayh%7.
Berrdale liter Sw e t ns r.,,iel\ inor lor corniintam n' in wiour drinl:in water according to Federal adl Sltat iai, rnhi. as.id rd requiatio'ns Eicept i L diited othi .ise. hii rs report i bs based on resale, of our nonmor,,i for the period of
.Jatuary I to Det'eiierl 2005 Data obtai ed biolre Januair' 1, 200X5, and presenitd in it/ie report are from thi most reccai testint done in accordance wu thie lows ritles. and rei.ulanons.
The Deprartreit, of Enit r.oi,et Protecano, has performed a Sourct Htiner assessmentt on our so ) stent aLnd a search of tii dqa so.ur.,i ,nuit,.,teid oi, poiteaail s0oi'c0OC of tCOiliation near o aur /s. The Ti s isa iment resdIt.s are aailabitc o h/i FDEP
Sources ainer A s Ise' ent and Proter ton Prograim website at wanvi dep itate fl usItswapp
A lio i table _-lo . n;n find an]uHiliar terms and abbretiaion.s. To help vou bener under tanid ith.i terms 'e te pro, Ided dihe Illoo ing defini'Olns"
Maximum Contaminant Level or MCL: The' hliehest level i a contaminant that is allowed in drinkii n ar AfCLt are 1 ret as cloas, to tile MCLGs as tc.iblc uine thi, b est a ilablei treanieiit uclitnolo\
Maximum Contaminant Level Goal or MCLG: The lesel ofa cmaintaminant nmt drinking k aier ater lon Oluch thlrc ni/ o r 'Anoi or e tpected rtA to h/iealth. AI.CLG tanloi t,':.r a L7areOn .t e'f staer
Action Level (.-L): ThE oin,.etraiioni ot a cohitininant which. ,e needed, triggers rrcarment or other requtirnti.is itha a svater s-ystnll miist 0oll)wI'
Picocarie per liter {pCilL It masure, of tilh rdi.' Ilrcutr' an watir
"',VD" rias .V I Ltt1lt d a lid id ' 1an til ii f-u. .' iiWLt fot 'ud 1\ aiboraOtor ainal'ts
Part per million (ppm) or Mlilligrams per liter (mglD one part b wei: ght of antutl to I mdhion parts by leit n o the water simple
Paris per billion ppbi or .tlierograms per litenmitg/g nce part b, aseilit of analvie it I vIitian part bY n, citli of l ii , 'Owi r inrPhi
M.laximum residual disinfectant level or MiRDL: Thi: Haghia leaIl t'a tidiStliictint called in drinking waitr. Ther, as cot aicing ,..tdeect that addanon a a J.asnt.caint i s neeisate fo.r f otrr l of mtircrobt ticrobial niamnai
Maximum residual disinfectant level goal or MIRDLG: The l-el of a drukinkmg atner disnfeciant belof it ihich their e i no /uivi n or e -\pcitid ris to hia'l/i ,IRDLGdit.. .rnot riect i/ hene'ietits of. tli ite .1 of disli at, to io lat. . rnicrt'fial taiitco aeni/iim " .


2005 TEST RESULTS TABLE


" Re 1,uli r trh- L.:Cel Dee r.d . l.:.in, , 1n ., ,J..i. f ,,: .i.l .:. n,,ii t Inir : "inrg .nil colw..in d,-, r. -ynr l elIC o[rgt n.c confi' a Jofl tunin.nt r ircludi.n pe-tlii Je. J d hn erp'o d. ,an.J . .l.ult ,olrg.inic tori.inT Jaljl . je rl-e high ei he .tr , r l r, .. i thc .M piing poilts or [1he h .h ici Jde .leted
L itel :,I a t ansamparg p.:,ai. deprndiing on Lhe s.arpling Irequenc.,
Contaminantandnit easuremenDates of sampling MCL Violation *'Lesel Range of MPCLG MCL Likeh Source of Contamination
Contaninant and Unit of Measurement |moijMr.i 1iN Detected Results I
Radiological Contaminant's
Alpha emitter pCiiI . Dec-02Jun-03 N 0.8 ND-.0 0 15 Erosion of natural deposits
R.d-um 22n or com-ined Dec.-02Jun-03 N Erosion of natural deposits
radiTum ipCi!l I
Inorganic Contaminant's __
S-,d I t prr, Dec-02iun03 N . 24.45 N.'A 160 Salt iater.inrrusior,
Sodium.iFpp' leaching trom soil
Discharge of drilling jastes: discharge
Brinunm ppmi Dec.i)W,Jun-03 N 111203 ND.-..023 2 trom metal refinenis. erosion of
natural deposits

S. . . Erosion oil narural depos-it: '.' water
-Fusnde- r ppm. ' ' Jn-N0.21- . Jrl 21 . 4 4.0 additi's v.hlch promotes strong reeth;
Fluonde ippmi . . . , Del-0_ tun-03.. . . , N, " . discharge from lerilizer and
S. , , aluinum faciones

Runofft from fertiizer us.e, leaching
Nitrate .: n tirgen ppim, . March. 5 N " 1.5 0.26-1 '.5 10 10 from sepl:c tarnk. se.'.iage. erosion of ,
natural depoisi .

TTHMs and Stage 1 Disinfectant/Disinfection By-Product (D/DBP) Parameters


,. i.: *- '


* For the follow' ing parameters monitored under Stage 1 D DBP regulations., the level detected is the highest annual average running annual aerage-R A Ai of the quarterly average of Chlorine or the annual a'.erage of
the quarterly averages of Haloacetc Acids and TTIHM Range of Results is range of results i lowest to highest at the indi dual sampling sites.

Contaminant and Linit of Dates of MCL Level Range of MCLG or ICL or Likely Source of Contamination
Measurement Sampling Violation Detected Results IMRDLG MRDL i
(mo./yr.) Y/N

H.iloaceit, AciJ lul-20ii N .1.22 ND-0 51 NA MCL = 61. B-product of drinking 'sater disinfection
,liie i iHA-5.i ippbi _
TTHMNI Total rih.loriethanes ippbi ul-2 )04 N "1 021-I 1 5 NA NICL = .S B\-product of drinking v. aer disinfection

Chlorine (ppm) Jan-Dec N 0 S1 0 ".i:9 MRDLG = -1 MRDL = 4.i after r additives used to control microbes

Contaminant andUnit of Dates of AL 90th No. of Source o Contamination
Contaminant and Unit of sampling Violation Percentile sampling sites MCLG AL (Action Level) Likely Source of Contamination
Measurement (mo./yr.) Y/N Result exceeding'the AL

Lead and Copper (Tap \Water __
Copper (tap wa erCorrosion of household plumbing
Copper (tap water) Oct-2005 N 0.19 0 of 10 1.3 , 1.3 systems; erosion of natural deposits; leaching from
(ppm) ' wood preservative

Lead (tap water) Oct-2005 N 1.5 0 of 10 0. 15 Corrosion of household plumbing
(ppb) N 1.5 .Oof 10 systems; erosion of natural deposits


The Sources of drinking water (both tap water and bottled water) includes rivers, lakes, streams, ponds, reservoirs, springs, and wells. As water travels over the surface of the land or through the'ground, it dissolves naturally occurring minerals and, in
some cases, radioactive materials, and can pick up substances resulting from the presence of animals or from human activity.
Contaminant's that may be present in source water include:
(A) Microbial Contaminant's, such as viruses and bacteria, which may come from sewage treatment plants, septic systems, agricultural livestock operations, and wildlife.
(B) Inorganic Contaminant's, such as salts and metals, which can be naturally-occurring or result from urban stormwater runoff, industrial or domestic wastewater discharges, oil and gas production, mining, or farming.
(C) Pesticides and herbicides, which may come from a variety of sources such as agricultural, urban stormwater runoff, and residential uses. I
(D) Organic chemical Contaminant's, including synthetic and volatile organic chemicals, which are by products of industrial processes and petroleum production, and can also come from gas station, urban stormwater runoff, and septic systems.
(E) Radioactive Contaminant's, which can be naturally occurring or be the result of oil and gas production and mining activities.
In order to ensure that tap water is safe to drink, the EPA prescribes regulations, which limit the amount of certain Contaminant's in water provided by public water system. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations establish limits for,
Contaminant's in bottled water, which must provide the same protection for public health.
Drinking water, including bottled water, may reasonably be expected to contain at least small amounts of some Contaminant's. The presence of Contaminant's does not necessarily indicate that the water poses a health risk. More information about
contaminant and potential health effects can be obtained by calling the Environmental Protection Agency's Safe Drinking Water Hotline at 1-800-426-4791.
Some people may be more vulnerable to Contaminant's in drinking water than the general population. Immune- compromised persons such as persons with cancer undergoing chemotherapy, persons who have undergone organ transplants, people
with HIV/AIDS or other immune system disorders, some elderly, and infants can be particularly at risk from infections. These people should seek advice about drinking water from their health care providers. EPA/CDC guidelines on appropriate
means to lessen the risk of infection by Cryptosporidium and other microbiological Contaminant's are available from the Safe Drinking Water Hotline (800-426-4791).
We at Berrydale Water System would like you to understand the efforts we make to continually improve the water treatment process and protect our water resources. We are committed to insuring the quality of your water. If you have any questions or
concerns about the information provided, please feel free to call any of the numbers listed. ' '


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iors it became quite competitive with the North edging out a
91-88 victory over the South squad.
Press Gazettle photos by Bill Gamblin


(Left) Milton's Chris Duckworth left it all on the court Friday night as a member of the North squad in the Star Athletics Florida Panhandle
Shootout at the Univeristy of West Florida campus. (Center) Robert Carson pauses for a moment to catch his breath from a fast paced up
and down the court at.fair. (Right) Pace's Mike Loftin listens to South Squad coach Eric Reichert, who was filling in for Cal Cochran, who
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the onlh one on the team
desert% ing of such an honor.
"Sexeral of us had a pretty
good Near last Near."
And this season they are
doing even better as the Patriots
ha\e lost only one game in o\er
a month.
S"Earlier this season we
%were not swinging the bats and
the chemistr\ wasn't there, but
since %\e came back from
Daitona the team has bonded
and we are making the plays."
pointed out Sorce.
So what is this about him
signing a baseball scholarship
with the LSIU Tiers on April
19.
"They were never in my
sights." said Sorce. "I though
one school might recruit me
lightly. but I feel \erN honored
to ha\e this opportunity and I
am excited
"'Never in m % wildest
dreams did I imagine some-
* , thing like this. LSU is a ba.;e-
ball powerhouse."
His coach Charlie Warner
pointed out that Sorce was
being recruited b\ not only
LSU. but Flonda. Alabama. and
Auburn.
But Warner is quick to note
that Chris might not ever make
it to Baton Rouge because of
the Major League Baseball
Draft.


"There is a lot of behind the
scenes activities when it comes
to the draft." said Sorce. "If I
get drafted it would definitely%
ha'e to be the right situation for
me to sign a pro contract.
�"But if m% cards fall right
\ ho know s what will happen."
O'er the past two season's
SSorce has complied a record of
And this season he has an
ERA of 1.18 with 90 plus
strikeouts, fi\e complete games
and ti\o shutouts.
His one loss w.as a no-tutter
he pitched against Chocta\\. but
ended up losing 2-1 as the
Indians scored t\,o unearned
runs against the Patriots star
right-hander.
Through it all though Sorce
still remains vern modest.
"There are an awful lot of
good pitchers in the state and on
this team." said Sorce.
One thing different this sea-
son for the senior than last is,to
ha\e his youngerr brother R\an.
a sophomore, on the team.
"Ha\ ing Ryan on the team
is definitely different." said
Chris. "\\e defnitelh have that
' lo\e/hate relationship that most
brothers do.
"Sometimes it is the slight-
est little thing that sets it off."
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have own car. Call
994-1786

-COIOK-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'!
(800)488-2921 Ask
lor deoartmeni i.

JANI KING
NOW HIRING
For cleaning jobs in
Pensacoia & Milton
'1 immediate full
lime cleaning posi-
tion for days $7.'nr
'Partn-ime irrimedi-
aie cleaning posi-
tions available
*Temp summer
positions available
beginning May 51h
(must be over age
18) 32-40 hrs.'wk.
Call. 221-9587
NEEDED HAIR
STYLIST With own
clientele. Looking
Good Salon.
994-0468
PART-TIME AT
public accounting
firm in Pace. Should
have public account-
ing experience Tax
knowledge. Pay de-
pends on exper,-
ence. Send resume
to BOOKEEPER.
4430 HWY 90.
SUITE H, PACE, FL
32571 or Fax Re-
sume 10o 995-8849


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SANTA ROSA COUNTY
HUMAN RESOURCES
EIPLO)}ET.A,\NOIU'\CEEIE'
****s* ********* r ************* ********** *
ATTENTIO.:. The information given on your
application will be evaluated against the mini-
inmumn qualifications ofthe job description. All
supplemental questions must be completed, as
well as indicating related work experience,
training and education within your applica-
tion. After all applications are evaluated, your
name will be placed on the employment list
and sent to appropriate hiring authority for
consideration. Contpleted job
descriptions/supplemental questions can be
viewed at \\ \% .santarosa.fl.gov or obtained
from the Human Resources office.

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104
General Help
PART-TIME HELP
Weekend work Sat-
urday and Sunday in
Milton $9.00/hr. 4
Hours a nighi
9:00pm-lam. Call
Kelly or Esther @
221-9587 or
341-2164.
PRESS OPERA-
TOR - NewsKing ex-
perience preferred.
Benefits - group
health, vacation!sick
lime and holidays.
E-mail
belderton @ nsb-ob-
server.com, tax
1386)424-9858, Pub-
lisher Observer
Newspapers. P.O.
Box 10, New Smyr-
na Beach, FL
32168.


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


mental questions must be recei% ed on or before
MondaN. May 1. 2006 at 4:30pm in order to
schedule testing. The APPLICANT must con-
tact Hunian Resources on or before Mal 1,
2006 at 4:30 pm to receive a resting time for
the testing date mentioned abo\ e.

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DA TE/TIME

FOR EACH POSITION APPLIED FOR, ALL
SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONS AND .ALL
REQUIRED SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS
(i.e. diplomas. transcripts, and/or cei ificates)
LISTED ON THE JOB DESCRIPTIONS,
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DATES NO LATER THAN 4:30pm. DOCU-
MENTS MAY BE DELIVERED BY US
MAIL, FAX. E-MAIL. OR HAND DELI.-
ERED.

If the required supplemental questions and sup-
porting documents are not in by the close date.
your application will not be submitted ftr con-
sideration. In an effort to further assist appli-
cants, we offer the ease of applying online at
wvwwsantarosa.fl.gov. Complete job descrip-
tions and applications are also available ati the
Santa Rosa Counmir Human Resources Office,
6495 Caroline Street, Suite H. Milton, FL
32570, phone (850) 983-1948. Fam (850) 9S1-
2003. i'eteran's Preference will be given in
accordance with Florida Statutes.
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General Help
THERAPISTS
WANTED- Li-
CENSED SLPS in
Miami-Dade and
Broward counties.
Bilingual a plus. Per
diem & F/T. Bilin-
guals Inc. Child &
Parent Services,
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TRAVEL THE USA
for Pay' Deliver
"new" RVs, buses
and trucks to all 48
states and Canada
Get paid 10to see he
country. www.hori-
zontranspor.com.


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Hotel/Motel
& Restaurant
FOOD & BEVER-
AGE MANAGERS.
MMI Dining Systems
seeks restaurant or
assl. manager for
multiple club, col-
lege and restaurant
operations in Missis-
sippi and Florida.
Jumpstan your
Foodservice Mgmt
career. Competitive
sal & benefits, plus
Iree stay at compa-
ny-owned hotels'
Send resume online-
HR-'mmiemail com.
Fax. 16011939-5685.
or mail: MMI HR
Dept. 1000 Red
Fern Place, Flow-
Cod, MS 39232
EOE. ADA, drug-
tree workplace em-
ployer.

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Labor
FRAMERS & CAR-
PENTERS HELP-
ERS wanted Must
have own transpor-
tation. Call.554-2068
MOORE CREEK
MOUNT CARMEL
UTILITIES, INC.
Now accepting ap-
plicatiorns for a full
time position lor a
Maintenance La-
borer. Last acceplt-
ance dale for appli-
canons will be May
2, 2006 Please pick
up application at the
office of MCMC lo-
caled at 3728
Nowling Rd
ROOF LEAK
REPAIR
SPECIALIST
Send work expern-
ence qualifications
to: Leakmaster
Ann: Mr. Bruce
Pernicka
PO Box 842
Milton, FL 32572
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PART TIME handy
man needed. No ex-
perience necessary.
Call: 626-8973
124
Sales &
Telemarketing
$5,500 WEEKLY
Goal Potential If
someone did it, so
can you' 2-3 con-
tirmed appointments
daily! Benefits Avail-
able... Call Cather-
ine McFarland
1888) 563-3188.
SALES: $400.000
+ vr How Good Are
You- Retiring Million
Marketer seeks.
TWO sales proles-
sionals to leach my
business to Top
producers currently
averaging $30-$40K
per month.
PLEASE.
serious inquiries on-
ly. GolI Inn. LLC.
Commission Bonus-
es 1800)605-8675


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Sales &
Telemarketing

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


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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
Phone: 1251 433-
1270 Fax: (251)433-
0018.



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Franchise. Full
Training and Sup-
port. No Exp. Need-
ed. Financing avail
Call (800)727-6720.
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ING QUALIFIED
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tral Florida Local S
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ions. Food grade'
tanker, rio hazmai.
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benefits, compehiiole
pay & new equip-
ment Need 2 years-
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Truck Lines. Inc;
www.cypressiruck.C
om 1888) 808-5846
DRIVERS- BE II
DEMAND! Plenty of
freight, Many Home
time Options. LOvj
Cost CDL Training
Available 100.: Tu-
tion Reimbursement
18001 231-5209
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deal A-Z to insure
SUCCESS
18001693-3967
RECEIVE CHECKS
of $3200 - S480Q
per month in as lit-
tie as 60-90 days for
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ORANGE COUNTY
Choppers OCC
- seeks Distribulor for
New OCC Energy
Drink product.
$15.000 reqd for In-
ventory. Protected
Territory & TV Expo-
sure. YOU CAN'T
LOSE"
18881 216-5831

CALL
623-2120
TO PLACE
YOUR AD
TODAY!
RECEIVE POTEN-
TIAL Checks of
$3200
$4800.'month
in 60 - 90 days. A
20-40 year earning
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PROFESSIONAL
VENDING ROUTE
Snacks. soda, juice,
water. ALL
BRANDS. Great
equipment & sup-
port. Financing
available Aitri
$'7.500 down. Call
Torn 1877)843-
8726 BO#2002-037
WELL ESTABLISH-
ED Bridal/Evening
Wear. Central Flori-
da- Local & interna-
tional clients. Grow-
ing 17"o-
20',o/yr.$595,000 +
Inventory. Nets
$300K. Financing
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home improvement
and more License
& insured. Call:
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850- 698-1973
ALL PERSONAL
INJURIES ACCI-
DENT WRONG FL
DEATH AUTO
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TRUCK. PREMISE
PRODUCT SLIP &
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TRIAN ANIMAL
BITES A-A-A AT-
TORNEY Referral
Service 800i733-
5342 24 1-rs. 100'
of Lawyers Stale-
wide.
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STUCCO. License
and Insured Coi
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LC ANN BARNHILL B & B HOME D&D REMODELING JOINER DUMP
TRUCKING, IMPROVEMENTS INC. General Con- truck and tractor.
nts Din Work, Fill Dirt, 25 years experience. tracior All Types Bobcat and tractor p
SA Free estimates Home Maintenance; work. Driveways, &
CrushedAsphall Licensed & insured. Roofs to Floors,'; culvens, lignt land &
Brown Dirtn. Lime- Call anytime- Renovations. Decks. cleaning Site prep ,e
stone, Driveways, 1850) 981-3936 Tile, Plumbing. Etc. and clean up Fill
CulverIs & Mobile "No lob loo small' Evictions, Move- dirt. brown dirt and
Homes Pads BORDER TO Bor- Ous. Construction limerock hauling.
Call for rice BORDER TO B- Cleaning. Pressure Michael Poner
UL Call for price: der Fence and Dec Washing, Paining, 18501983-9888
(850) 623-3461 Company. All types Tree work, & Etc. Tony Joiner
(850) 232-0670. of fencing installed Loreally owned 850T573-0669
E.. Free Estimates! and repaired. Spe- FREE ESTIMATES.
calizing in privacy Lic.#4710-0037952
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BUDGET HOUSE
PAINTING
Insured & Licensed
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1850 304-9680

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DAY BY DAY
FENCING
Competitive pricing
for all ol your tenc-
ing needs Locally
licensed owned &
operated. We look
forward to your call'
New fencing or
repairs Call:
18501 529-3546
DIVORCE $275-
$350'COVERS chil-
dren, eic. Only one
signature required!
'Excludes govt.
lees' Call weekdays
1800)462-2000,
ext:.600. 18am-7pmi
Alta Divorce. LLC.
Eslablisried 1977
DOUBLE "B" Land
Clearing. Backhr.e
Work. Licensed and
Insured. Bryen Bal-
lard. 1850)994-5740
or (8501232-1581.

J&LFENCE
COMPANY
983-3428

FIELD
ELECTRIC. INC.
Providing your resi-
dential commercial
& portable generalor
panel needs.
Call William at:
1850i 791-4381
Lic #ER 13013420
HORSE LINIMENT
Eases Arlhrilis Pain.
Now Available for
humans. Arth-Rx
has been helping ar-
thritis pain sufferers
for over 10 years.
Convenient Roll On
18001634-2348:
www.arth-rx.com.

J&L HOME
IMPROVEMENT
983-3428


Years 01
Experience
Fair prices
'Alterations
'Dress-Making
*Repairs
*Weddings
"Formail
JUD'i HARVEY
5901 Castle Drive
Milton, FL
626-6349

K & N LAWN
SERVICE
Mowing and debris
removal Very rea-
sonable prices.
Call: 850-981-1612
or 850-791-0861
K&R LAWN CARE
Commercial &
Residential
Free estimates
Licensed & Insured
Kevin Roper
(8501791-3853
LAND CLEARING &
DOZER TRACTOR
WORK Specializing
in culven insilalla-
ion. driveways, lev-
eling, rooi raking,
bushogging & disk-
ing Equipmeni and
malenal transport
available By the iob
or hour. Call Billy
Rogers for eslimales
957-4952 or 261-
8407
LAWNMOWER
REPAIRS
Push mower $35 +
pans Riding lawn
mower $50 + pans
Boulwell
Automotive & Tire
6593 Caroline St
Milton 623-4750

LICENSED TILE
WORK & HANDYMAN
Call Sleven:
981-9497
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315
isiness Services
LOCAL HOME
REPAIR
aint, drywall, trim
tile. Fence repair
& nsiallalion. 10
ears experience.
Contact Paul
McMullen
850) 723-9767.

MIKE KAYLOR
Cement Mason
"Patios
'Walks
FDriveways
Free estimates,
1o lOb loo small.
Quality work at
affordable prices.
994-0897


MILTON GARDEN
Club Center
5256 Alabama St
Historic District
Downtown Milton
Beautilul building &
surrounding
grounds provide an
ideal seeing for
Vour celebration.
Rental available for
meetings, wedding
receptions, anniver-
saries., birthday
pansies. etc
Call 623-9034
miltongardenclub"5'-
yahoo.corn

MOBILE HOME
BROKERS
Major and minor
repairs. Re-roof, pa-
tio covers, screen
rooms, leveling
Locally owned
& operated
Free estimates
100:: Finarn.,in.a \AC
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.
inierior'Exienor
Family owned blusi-
ress over 30 years.
Call The Encksens
today! (8501723-
2550 or 623-6034


315
Business Services
PITS HANDYMAN
SERVICES, LLC
Locally ownea ana
operated. 25 yrs ex-
perience. We pro-_
vide quality work for
a greal price. Call
David "Bubba" Cox
at 698-9308.


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REQUESTING
BIDS TO
Bushhog or mow
cleared 2 acre
parcel in Pea
Ridge area.
Call: 433-5225
STUMP-EASE
STUMP GRINDING
Most removals $35
Discount for mutliple
removals & Back-
yard accessible.
Local Coniractor
Retired USN
Licensed & Insured
232-8746
THE MOWER MEDIC
We service Your
Mower in your home
at your
convenience.
Bob and Andy
Knowles. Office
1850) 626-8300
Cell 1850) 982-3576.
TNT CARPORTS
R.V. & Boal covers
Buildings.
Garages.
Ponable Sneds
CARPORTS
Single $595
Double $695
12 X 41-$1295
24 X 31 $1990
Galvanized Sleel
Many sizes-colors.
Fr.arr.'.ng Aa ,iaiol
Free ei,,er,, & eiTup
1850) 983-2296 or
Pager 505-1867

320
Child Care
IN HOME
Stay at home mom
with 20 * years ex-
perience Wants to
love your cnild while
you work. Woodbine
Rd. Pace area.
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-
MENT. 1'. per year
with 5 year Guaran-
teed Payment
11.34�c APRi. 'All
borrowers must
qualify Credit-Em-
ployrnent-Appraisal
i800)229-3192.
Global Mortgage
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 wail
years for payments?
Call (800t 282-1251
340
Home Repair
MAYBE YOU can
do it yourself,
but will you?
Dave Koppin Home
Improvement, Inc.
Specializing in In-
surance estimates,
Home improve-
menis, mainte-
nance, sheetrock
and ceilings.
(8501 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-
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1. To be, in Paree
5. Fed the kitty
10. Witches
14. After that
15. Achier
16. Annapolis inst-
17. Hostile god
18. Petitioners
19. Solo promgoer
20. 2,000 pounds
1. Dejected mood
22. Expense vouchers
23. Flowers
25. Exclusive
27. Hollow, as a threat
28. Anne Of The
Days
32. __ up (tipped off)
34. Ready,
35. "Pooh" character
36. Biblical book
37. Actor Claude
39. Iced tea flavoring
40. Female rabbit
41. Nosegay holder
42. Mambo steps
43. Esteemed
45. Robin's retreat
46. Greyhound rider
47. Nightclubs
49. Rub the wrong way
52. Watergate burglar
53. Hack's vehicle
55. Tramp
56. Director Sergio


58-. Veracious
59. Copier
60. Map section
61. Barn topper
62. Japanese parliament
63. Actress Palmer
64. ERA, e.g.


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1. Coup d' __
2. Pulse
3. Signed up again
4. Naval officer (abbr.)
5. Take over
6. Parts of speech
7. "Star "__
8. Election add-on
9. Welby and Kildare
(abbr.)'
10. Quiets
11. Wine region
12. Bothersome insect
13. Sinks in the middle
21. Bend
22. Lead
24. Poems of exalted
emotion
25. Hebrew letter
26. Dropper's word
28. Heard a case
29. Blueblood
30. Words
accompanying "Don't
touch!" (2 wds.)
31. Morse units


32. Roe v.
33. Church picture
37. Recherch '
38. On the ocean
39. Male (abbr.)
41. of Kashmir
42. Brat
44. Exertion
45. Feet between bases
on a diamond
47. Nantucket sights
48. Finnish bath
49. Actor Everett
50. Kachina ceremony
devotees
51. Busy as __
(2 wds.)
52. Gala giver
54. The Queen
(Erdrich novel)
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402
Apartments ,

DUPLEX APPA-
-RTMENT 5829
Windnam Road
Available May 1. Ap-
plicallonrs being tak-
en 2 BR 2.BA large
livingroom winh ca-
irhedral ceiling and
fireplace. Klchren
and dinning winri
slove., ridge. dish-
washer and pantry.
Utility ro:orn with
washer dryer hook-
Lips Central heal.air,
with carpel. 1 year
lease. $600, mih
$500'securily, 1sl
and last in advance
Call. 994-9772

FOR RENT
Pace - 2 BR I.'BA
4-plex. stove, fridge,
D W. trash and
grass curling includ-
ed Nion-smoKing
$550 mrh 626-2928

SMALL EFFICIEN-
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& clean. All, utilities
furnished., rent irornr
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$500 'mo. $400 dep.
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Commercial
COMMERCIAL


PROPERTY
Downtown historic
Milton 2.200 si
Call for info:
983-7807
MILTON OFFICE
wtdetached 1,000 sl
warehouse/storage.
Perfect for contrac-
tor! $650,/mo Call
Carla: 255-3889

406
Homes
2BR/2BA
EXCELLENT condi-
tion with deep water
dock. Blackwater
Bay,very secluded &
quiet neighborhood.
$895'rro $500/dep.
994-0667
3BED/2BA 1 year
old unfurnished
house. Slove, relrig-
erator. dishwasher &
garage. Genesis
Park Subdivision.
No pets, no HUD
Credit check
$925 mo / $975 dep.
748-3046
BRAND NEW Home
For Rent. Brick,
2,066 sl, 4BRi3BA
split floor plan. Lo-
caied in Tanglewood
Golf Community.
$1,300/mo. Call:
382-1118
CONVENIENT TO
Whiting, New. 1715
SF 3/2, 2 car garage
built in 2005. $1095
plus deposit TMGR
Property Manag-
menl. 572-1258

FIRST TIME
BUYERS
Why rent when you
can own' Free
computerized list of
homes For Sale
with no money
down', between
$800-$2000'monlh.
Free recorded
message
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FOR RENT
3BR 2BA Waterfroni
home 5084 San
Mliguel $1800'mo.
SANTA ROSA
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623-0077
FOR RENT Brand
new brick home in
Millon. 1330 sq ft
w.'2 car garage on
1'3 acre. $1050,"mo
NJo dogs allowed!
Call- i850i 384-9405
FOR RENT
New home in MilIon,
approximately 2000
sq. h. 4'BR 21 '2BA,
2 car garage on 1
acre. .Convient to
110. $1500.'mir,
Call:770-639-4118


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406 408 414 506
Homes Land Roommates Homes
Wanted
HOUSES FOR MONTANA MOUN-
RENT in Milton & TAIN PARADISE FEMALE ROOM- HOME IN JAY!
Pace 3BR/2BA Great -mountain MATE WANTED Seller pays $3.000
i double car garage views' 2.29 acres To rent room toward Buyer's
. & fenced yard just $59,990. Ride $300'mo + damage closing costs! � N
$925/mo $700dep. out your back door deposit, 1/3 ol elec- 4BR/2BA home ing
Call 981-0495 to millions of acres tnc & water bills, w'detached garage.
s of national forest. kitchen, washer & Sits on 1 acre lot. 2
LEASE TO OWN Close to Canyon dryer, phone privi- New roof & flooring. zo0
N1il PACE Ferry Lake, minutes leges included. Non- Buyers need to be
Thousand Oaks to Helena. Soils test- smoker, no drugs or pre-approved or " 3
Subdivision ed, utilities, ready to pets preferred pre-quanified. aa
4BR/2BA home w/2 build. Call owner Located oll Berryhil $115,000
car garage. 2,550 sf (866)365-6103. Rd. Call- 623-0185 . $
I $1,300/mot diep. leave message. ALSO FOR SALE
Pets negotiable. NORTH GEORGIA Almosr 7 acres of - 6
Call: (850) 826-0832 Gated Mountain 416 land next to this
tor 850-826-0831) Community New Vacation & Resort home. Cleared & TIM
- Homes close to In- ___ready tor construc- DF
fra trriihr-ir O nn I I in. $90,000 in


MILTON
LIKE NEW!
Deluxe 3BR./2BA.
1,600 sf. w/w, Ig.
den or 4th BR, cen-
tral heat & a/c,
stove, refrigerator &
dishwasher. Locat-
ed on quiet side
street w/lg. yard.
$795/mo $600,dep
Lease & references
required. No pets.
Available May 1st
7255 Birdie Lane
(off Pine Blossom
Rd) 623-1778


MUST SEE Single
rancher downtown
historic Milton.
3BR.'2BA, w/w, eat-
in-kitchen & en-
closed porch. A/C &
heat generator, paid
cable. 3 patios, out-
door furniture, grill &
fenced yard. Newly
landscaped, under-
ground utilities,
pavements, off
street parking. 5
mm. from bike path
& Riverwalk. No
smoking, pets wel-
come! $1.200,'mo. -
utilities Call:
(850) 983-7807

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

RENTALS 2 to 3 BR
in Jay, Milton and
Pace. $400 to $650
per month. Call.
994-5703

408
Land

"LOCATION, LO-
CATION, Location'
Time to10 buy. IN--
VESTORS &
BUILDERS, Great
Buildable Lots For
Sale in one of Flori-
da s Fastest Grow-
ing Areas Fort
Myers. 1888)558-
0032.

ASHEVILLE. NC
AREA ACREAGE
Private. gated
mountain community
with over 4 miles of
riverfron. 1 Ito 8+
acres from the $60s.
Incredible views'
Cusiom community
lodge wnn mountain
spas. nriverwalk. Call
(866)292-5762. Bear
River Lodge.

LAND FOR SALE
Refer, to
Classification ,
#510


Hour North of Allan-
ta. Golf, Tennis.
Lake, Pools, Info
wwwbennreegeor-
gia.co

RURAL HUNTING
Timber Land For
Sale 222.2 acres,
$2500,acre. Atkin-
son County. Geor-
gia. Call tor into
13341393-5036 or
(334)464-4004. .

TN WATERFRONT
MOUNTAIN PROP-
ERTY Scenic home-
sites surrounding
Lake Barkley. 1 to 6
acre view sites & 5
to 40 acre privacy
sites Irom mte 40's.
90 min to Nashville.
Grand opening of
Phase II on now!
Call (866)339-4966.

410
Mobile Homes

FOR RENT
2/BR 1/BA Mobile
Home. nice, clean,
quiet neighborhood.
$500/mth dep.& ref.
Call- 850-537-6222
or 850-499-7412.

FOR RENT
2/BR 1/BA Mobile
Home in Park.
$435/mth $200/dep.
Total electric, no
pets. Call: Baycrest
Realty 994-7918.

REALLY NICE
IN MILTON
3BR.2BA double
wide $725/mo.
Everything new!
Hign & dry' Comlort-
atle deck cfoI c
kitcnen. Possible
lease option lor
credit worthy tenant.
Agentr 449-4082

SMALL 2BR Ideal
lot single or couple.
Eastgate Mobile
Home Ranch 626-
8973

412
Rooms For Rent

FURNISHED ROOM
in private home in
Milton for 'single
working person
$100 a week. In-
cludes TV. cable,
microwave, refriger-
ator. No pets no
company allowed
Deposit. 449-4070

MATURE WORK-
ING Female to
share home. 3br/ 1
1/2.ba with morner
and daughter. Pace
area. All utilities in-
cluded with laundry
and kitchen privileg-
es $450 'mth with,
$100,dep. Small dog
ok:". Call 995-1125.
Available date 5/1.

ROOM FOR RENT
; Furnished bedroom
with private balh,
utilities included with
private beach in
Navarre. $500.'mth
Professionals only
Call: 939-7104


VACATION HOME
Come 10 the Smoky
Mountains! Two
Rivers Lodge on
Hwy. 19 Has rooms
w!kitchenenres,
beds & sofa beds
on 2 rivers. 5 miles
from Cherokee.
North Carolina Ca-
sinos, rafting, hiking
available. Call:
1850) 450-6342 or
1-828-488-2284
www.tworivers
lodgenc.com








506
Homes

1BR HOME for sale
in Pace. $39,900)
Call: 712-5983 or
994-1989

AVAILABLE NOW
Centrally Iocaled
clean brick home
Three bedroom, one
bath. C HA. stove &
refrigerator. Fenced
backyard. Reni
$725 Deposit $500
18501 981-9695

BRAND NEW Home
for sale. Brick, 2,066
st, 4BR/3BA split
Iloor plan Localed
in Tanglewood Goll
Community. Golf
package included.
$231,900 Call:
382-1118

CHARMING
3BR/2BA
In the heart oi
Pace Convenient to
shopping and 1-10
$143,000 Appraised
al $159.000 on
10'05. Call Susan:
449-0647
rJavarre Beach Reai/


Find Out What
Your Home Is
Worth On-Line
visit:
www.Online
HomesWorth.com
Coastal Homes Realty

FOR SALE
2,BR Hidden Chalet
east of Gull Breeze.
Large ceramic tilch-
en. Bahama porch
on front of house
$116,900
Broker.850-995-
1716

FOR SALE
3,'BR 2. BA n Jay.
Berrydale com.
7 5 acres, ready tor
horses, large kitch-
en, fireplace, 24 by
30 carport, dog
pens. Must Seel
'Call:. 675-1101 or
698-4493.

JAY HOME
FOR SALE
3000 sf. :on up to 6
acres. 4/BR 2.5/BA.
5 acres fenced For,
more information
Call: 850-67,5-0604
or 850-324-6399,


1104 s q a.24 5sI


Baih. Sq. Fi
BO d.. - I 1.4
Stratford 2 1257
Norwood 2 1341
Mayfair 2, 1418
Diplomat 2 1510
Hampton 2 1525
Gemini 2 1579
Inglewood 2 1586
Ambassador 2 1610
York 2 1622
Oxford 2 1713
Lexington 2 1812
Lexington 4 BR 2 1812
Pinebrook (Signature Series)2 1833
Fleetwood 2 1949
Kingston (Signature Series) 2 2129
Executive 2 1/2 2215
Regency (Signature Series) 3 2495
2 Bedroom Duplex 2(1 each unit) 1740
3 Bedroom Duplex 4 (2 each unit) 2062


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. ,. AND COMPANY, INCORPORATED
EqHs ... gpp,.ity 6705 N. Pensacola Blvd. * 477-7880
FL. Li. #CRCo4481o Toll Free (888) 231-1255


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


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Inc. for more into.
18501 626-0711


NEAR WHITING
FIELD $132,900
Hurry! Still time to
select colors! NJew
3BR'2BA home
under construction.
Call: 994-9361 or
982-2319

NEW 3BR/2BA
in Milton. 2 car ga-
rage. 1,465 sf 15
miles from Navarre
10 minutes from
1-10. All brick, lile,
oak cabinets &
double vanity
$175 000
Call Sylvia:
499-7161
rav,.arre Beacr Realry

NEW ALL
BRICK HOMES
in East Milton.
3BR.2BA wi2 car
garages. 1.310 sf to
1393 sf. Prices from
$162,500 -$167.900
Call Sylvia:
499-7161
[iaavnrre Beacr Realry
NEW ALL
BRICK HOMES
Woodbury Forest in
Milton. 3BR,2BA, 2
car garages, all tile.
1.938 si homes
$213.500 -
$215,000
Call Sylvia:
499-7161
IJavarre Beacr, Realty
PACE
STONEBROOK
on goil course
5BR 5 1.2 BA
Over 4,000 sq .
Many features'
Completely renovat-
ed' $519,900
Call Richard at:
18501 712-5983
or 994-1989
PACE BRICK
4BR '2BA completely
renovated $99,900
Call Richard at
18501 712-5983 or
994-1989
STONEBROOK
VILLAGE Pace
4BR'2BA in gaied
gOit course com-
munity. 2.092 sq. ft.
Greal neighborhood
w.good schools
5624 Sandstone Dr.
Asking $291 900
Call- 18501 994-6914

.510
Land
5 ACRES tenced
paslure for sale
Located ofi Munsron
Hwy, ,Indianr Ford
RI. Close to Cold
Water Creek.
$90.000 957-8784
or 554-5237
BEAUTIFUL
TEXAS LAND! 20
Acres. Only 8 Miles
East of Pecos and 3
Miles North of 1-20.
Roads, References,
Surveyed. $13,500.
$500. Down-$135.
Per Month. No Cred-
it Check! (800)887-
3006 Hurry! Limited
Quantity.
LAND FOR RENT
Refer to
Classification
#408

JEREMY HAMM

NEW TO MARKET
Milton, FL
Four 3 or 4 acre
approved, surveyed
individual building
lots on paved
shared laneway off
a paved County
Road. Level,
usable acreage.
No wetlands.
Private & quiet.
Beautiful property.
$79,000 - $89,000
Brochure. OWNER:
(Connecticut #)
(860) 567-4604
or website:
www.providence
acres.com


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SECLUDED &
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1W of NAs Whit-
I Field

0 Placid acres
ned agricultural

mobile homes.
rage, barn shed

263,000

26-6767

IIBERLINE
lIVE 1,2 Acre lot
established Milton
ghborhood.
auliful trees, quiet
eet. $30,000 Call:
2-2789 before
m and 626-7340
er 7pm
512
Mobile Homes
01 MODEL Hor-
n Home like new
BR 2.BA 16 X76
wood porches,
report & metal shed
1 acre of land.
al: 981-9473

)UBLE WIDE mo-
e none 3BR,'2BA
aod condition.
.eds pain & car-
t $2.000 Musi
y to haul. Call:
5-2521
FOR SALE
er 1,130 sq. ft on
acre of land. 2,or
BR 2'BA central
at'ac and applian-
s. 4 miles norin of
lion.
ll. 623-8511
261-5503


SECLUDED 6
ACRES NE of
Million - 10 minutes
from Blackwater
Slate Park
Two 1999 Palm
Harbor modular
homes. 3BR'2BA,
fronLtback porch
on both, shop,
storage, fully
stocked lish pond.
4 acres tenced
pasture beautiful
family homesite.
Must sell tor
medical reasons
$300 000 for all
Call.
(850; 957-8784 or
18501 554-5237






556
Homes
BEAUTIFUL
NORTH CAROLINA
ESCAPE TO BEAU-
TIFUL WESTERN
NC MOUNTAINS
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CABINS. CREEKS
& INVESTMENT
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kee Mouniain Really
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FT. MYERS 1, 2, &
3 bedroom luxury
condos from the low
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Watermann NOW
for more info.
(888)521-3790
http:,','www.verietian-
palms.comr or
www.paramount-,
companies.com.
LAKEFRONT LOG
HOME, .,$99,900.
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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Sneddon NOW for
more info (888)295-
0797 www.regency-
parklakemary.com/
or www.paramount-
companies.com


556
Homes

MOUNTAIN
PROPERTY!
Interested in buying
property in the Blue
Ridge Mountains of
NC? Call Active Re-
alty today at
800-979-5556 or
visit our website at
www ActiveReal-
ryNC.com.

MURPHY, NORTH
CAROLINA
AHH. COOL
SUMMERS, MILD
WINTERS1
Affordable homes &
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CALL FOR FREE
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alty Of Murphy 317
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phy. N C. 28906.
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NORTH CAROLINA
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-1 5 acres
-90 miles of snore-
line
- Never before of-
fered with 20 `.pre-
develoment dis-
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financing
Call: 18001709-5253

558
Investments
WATERFRONT
LAND Sale' Lake
Access from
$257,monrh' Direct
Lakefroni from
$124,000. ONE DAY
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loan walixed raie of
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Terms and rates
subject to change
without notice Volid
where prohibited by
law.

560
Land
200 ACRES Prime
Hunting Land SE
GA. 2000 sqft home
maleslc oaks lakSe.
duck pond. 6yr
game mgm, turkey
deer 18yr planned
pine & hardwood
$985.000 Family
Owned 35 yr.
1904 )321-2679
ADIRONDACK
LAND BARGAINS'
5 to 50 acres Iracts
Irom $19,900' Ouali-
ty NIY land' Forests
& warerfronil Build.
camp, hunt fish, in-
vest' Guaranteed'
Terms avail' Call to-
day' (8001890-7927
www mooseriver-
lanrid cjrri

COASTAL GEOR-
GIA. Land for sale
by owner. Private
golf community de-
signed by Fred Cou-
ples / Davis Love.
Marina Tennis Pool'
Fitness. Jeckyll/ St
Simons Island
� $1'19,900 Call
1315 1529-1277.
FL LAND BAR-
GAINS Opportuni-
ties 10 own your own
farm. ranch wood-
..land or lakefront
Homestead. Old
Florida at its best!
Still affordable! Call
(866)352-2249 or
www.fllandbargains.
com.

LAKEFRONT AND
Lakeview Properties
Nestled in the hills of


Tennessee on the
shores of pristine
Norris Lake. Call
Lakeside Realty at
(423)626-5820 Or
visit www.lakesi-
derealty-tn.com.
LARGE MTN. Land
Bargains, High Ele-
vation. Adjoins -Pris-
tine State Forest,
20+ AC to 350 AC.
Sweeping Mtn.
Views, Streams..
www.llveinwv.com.


560
Land

LAKEFRONT
PROPERTY IN TN";W ;
Waterfront, view &
estate homesites. 1' ,
to 40 acres from the' .
$40s., Situated
around a 45,000 .
acre lake. Just 90
min to Nashville.< -'/
New building sites. ';'
just released.
Call owner
(866)339-4966
MOVE TO TEN-
NESSEE' Looking
for Lake Lots, Lake
Homes, Land,.
Farms, Investment
properties or Mari-
nas? We have it all.
EXECUTIVE
CHOICE REAL ES-_
TATE in Tennessee
(8651717-7775
CALL US FOR RE-.
LOCATION PACK-
AGES OR visit our
website: WWW.EX-
ECUTIVECHOI-
CEREALESTATE.C
OM
NC MOUNTAIN
Property for Lessi
Breathtaking Blue
Ridge Parkway,.
New River. Stone.
Mountain, Golf-
Courses and quaint
shops of Sparta. :
www scenicrealty.co
m (877)372-7211 or
t877)363-5550.
NC MOUNTAINS 3.
acres on mountain
top in gated com-
munity, view, trees,. -.,
waterfall & large .-
public lake nearby,
paved private ac-
cess, $58,500
owner :
1866)789-8535
www.NC77 com.
NC- ASHEVILLE .
AREA HOMESITES K
Gated community .
with stunning moun-
lain views. Situated '-
between 2 moun-
tains on over 4 miles
of riverfront. 1 to 8 .
acres trom the $60s. K
Custom owners ' .
lodge, riverwalk & .
more.
Call (8661292-5762.

NEW
PRE-CONSTRUC-.
TION
Golf Community-
Coastal Georgia,
Large lots w/ deep-
water, marsh, golf,
nature views. Gated;
Golf. Fitness Center,
Tennis, Trails. Oalk
Park, Docks. $70k's-
$300k
1877)266-7376.
Www.cobperspoint:c-
om.
NORTH GA & West-
ern NC- HEAD FOR
THE MOUNTAINS'
Call Mary Hedden,
REMAX Mr. Con' .
neclion. See hunl ;. ,,-'
dreds of listings at
www lakecnaiuge- .
property.com e.
mail- sold@mary,
hedden.com.

NY COUNTRY-
LAND BARGAINS 5 -.
to 50 acre tracts
from $24.900!
Ouality land from the
Catskills to the Fin-
ger Lakes! Build, .
camp, invest! Guar- -
anteedl Terms availt .l .
SCall today! '
S(888) 925-9277
www.upstaleNY- : '
landicom.


OWNER'S LIQUI-
DATION Sale by
Sealed Bid. New
homes and acreage
homesites in the
Blue Ridge Moun-
tains of VA. Sold
"AS IS", 30-day
cldse. Restrictive
Covenant Communi-
ty. Deadline May
27th. For details
(800)420-2278 or
visit www.Stoneridg-
ebentmtn.com.
TENNESSEE
MOUNTAINS-
Beautiful land with .
magnificent views,
bluffs and creek .


streams. Phase:
Pre-development.
Owner financing
available starting at
$1K down. Call
,(931)946-2484
www.ijdrealty.com.
WATERFRONT
LAND Sale! 3 Acres,
Dockable Waterfront
Property Build Up to
3 homes Only
$99,9001 Ask About
Our Investor Pkg. 7
Waterfront Lots for
Only $79,9001 Call:
(866)770-5263 ext.8


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560
Land
TN - LAKESIDE
MOUNTAIN ACRE-
AGE Situated
around a 36,000
acre lake in eastern
TN. 1'2 to 5 acre
building sites from
the 40s Planned
community ameni-
ties & direct lake ac-
cess. Owner-
(8661292-5769

TN-SWAN RIDGE
Lake Resorl on Dale
Hollow Lake, a prin-
vale. gaied com-
munity. Enjoy the
best .'.f both worlds.
Lake-View and
Mountain-View
Homesites.
(913t243-4871.
..*ww swanridgede-
velooment com
WESTERN NEW
MEXICO 45 TO 160
acre ranches stan-
: ing at $69,990 Mt.
. i views, trees, lolling
h' ills, wildlife, borders
SBLM. power Enjoy
. hunting, hiking,hors-
es Perfect lamiiy
ranch. 100:: financ-
ing. NALC 1866i365-
2825.
WESTERN NORTH
CAROLINA 14.3
beautiful acres long-
range views ot
mountains. Wooded.
flat ridge, between
Murphy and Arn-
S rews. Small dou-
ble-wide. $275,000
(800)632-2212
h. O','. valley.ownreal-
Sty.com


WESTERN NORTH
CAROLINA An-
drews 3.5 acres on
ime headwaters of
Valley River, drive
and house pad.
Price $89,500. Vai-
leytown Realty
vtr'@dnet.net
S1800)632-2212
hptt'..'valleyiownreal-
Ig.com.


708
Pets


FREE TO GOOD
HOME 3 yr. old
black male dog
Must have large
yard'r igh fence
Free spirited & good
natured. Greal
children! Call.
623-8250
FREE TO good
home. Adorable,
male mutt. 16 weeks
old.14 lbs Has most
shots. Call:
626-9983
GERMAN SHEP-
HERD CKC $300
males / $350 le-
males. Ready to go
May 15th. Shots.
wormed & vei certi-
fied. Parents on site.
18501 261-6561

712
Lost & Found
PETS

BLUE HEELER
Young pregnant fe-
male, possibly a
house dog, lound in
[he Manning Rd.
area in Milton. Call
for more info: 623-
9669 or 313-1177

LOST CAT Solid
black female cal
missing since Satur-
day, April 8ih. Last
seer near Milton An-
imal Hospital on
Avalon Blvd. If
found, please call:
623-6780
LOST DOG
Little black dog with
curly tail, answers to
the name Sweetie.
Lost on Saturday in
Whispering Pines
area. Has red wire
chain and a red col-
lar with a Ilea collar.
Call: 626-6854
LOST DOG
Lost tan Chihuahua
on Porposie Rd. in
Garcon Point area.
Reward offered.
Call: 983-9853 leave
message.


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

GAS DRYER for
sale $75 Call: 626-
4266


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814
Furniture

FOR SALE
Brady 90' heavy
wood sofa with
chair. Removable
cushions in good
condition. Includes
extra fabric for
drapes $295 Anti-
que vanity dresser
with new mirror
$275 Call:
(850) 983-7750.

NEW LARGE
sectional sofa wi'2
recliners & sleeper
LT. brown stain-
resistant fabric
$1,000 OBO Call:
623-3519

822
Musical
Instruments
FOR SALE
8-piece drum set,
great conditional
Asking $300 OBO.
Call: 850-377-9113


826
'Sporting Goods
HUNT ELK, Red
Stag, Buffalo White-
tail, Boar Season
August 25. 2006-
March 31. 2007
Boar all Year. Guar-
anteed license,
$5.00. we have a
no-game-no-pay
policy, book now
Days (314|209-
9800: Evenings
1314Q293-0610

830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
ABOVE
GROUND POOL
18'X4' Steel frame
w!satety ladder &
many extras. $300
OBO Call- 449-3587

BUILDING SALE!
"Beat Next In-
crease! 20x26 Now
$4200. 25x30
$5800. 30x40
$9200. 40x60
$14,900. Extensive
range of sizes and
models. Front end
optional. Pioneer
1800)668-5422.
FOR SALE
Sunvision Tanning
Bed. Call: 994-0468
HANDICAPPED
PORTABLE shower
unit w pump, hosing
& shower chain.
Never been used.
$3,000
Call: 623-3519
METAL ROOFING
Save $$$ Buy direct
from manufacturer.
20 colors in stock
with all accessories.
Ouick turn around
Delivery available
Toll Free: 1888) 393-
0335
NEW STANDING
frame lor handicap-
ped person. $2000
Call: 623-3519
STEEL BUILDING
SOLUTIONS. "Man-
ufacturer Direct"'
Priced to sell - Built
to Last. Featuring
clear span design.
Extensive range of
sizes and models.
Pioneer (800)668-
5422


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale





We Deliver & Install
Centipede
St. Augustine
Bermuda
Bailed Pine Straw
Call us irt, Save Time
Calls UM Save Money
Hwy. 87 So. *Milion
628-8578


-IA

Cenripede-
St. Augustine
Farm Direcc.
4\e oel lier
434-0066

832
Miscellaneous
Wanted

DEMO HOMESITES
WANTED NOW!
For Lhe NEW Kayak
Pool! The On-
Ground Pool with
In-ground Features!
Unique Opponrunity.
SAVE $$. Call:
(866)1348-7560
FREE ESTIMATES,
Financing

GLASS CRAFTER
needs emply glass
soh drink bottles, tall
kinds). Not necessa-
rily collectors edi-
tions. Will pick up.
Call- 983-8042
PAY CASH for junk
cars or trucks. Run-
ning or not. Call
983-9527
WANTED TO BUY:
Paper money and
Old US Coins single
coins, notes, accu-
mulations, entire col-
lections. Littleton
Coin Company
Since 1945. Call
(800)581-2642, e-
mail coinbuy@little-
toncoin.com Mention
code B8K520


904
Cars

1992 RIVIERA
Sports Special Edi-
tion. One owner,
low mileage, good
condition. Must see
to appreciate' Call:
994-8842

FOR SALE
2 -1989 Ford Crown
Victoria LTD's great
running cars $1,950
each lirm. Mechanic
owner well main-
tained. 623-9112
Ask for Roy
FOR SALE
1995 Ford Thunder-
bird has warped pis-
lon $450 or obo..
Call: 623-1883.
FOR SALE
1997 Eclipse RS
with Mods project
car body kit, intake
18in. rims, Droped
$2000 obo . Call:
850-377-9113
FOR SALE
1998 Ford Mustang,
very dependable
V-6. cold a'c. $4000
Call. 748-8131 or
626-1089
FOR SALE
2000 Chrysler Sebr-
ing Convertniable
While. 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 (8501 206-4438

FOR SALE
1992 Pro sport 17ft.,
center console,
90HP force motor,
ling tower, salt water
depth finder, GPS,
trolling motor & ra-
dio $4500 Call:
623-6300.


912.
Motor Homes

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

916
Sport Utility
Vehicles
1991 JEEP
WRANGLER
$4.500 Runs great,
CD player, new
radiator, new
brakes. Call: 623-
0918 or cell
554-5387

918
Trucks
1987 F250 Heap big
engine lots of pho-
nies. New Edelbrock
carburetor drink
plenty lire waier.
New brakes shoes
make-um stop plen-
ly fast. Good trans-
mission nake-urn go
good $2000 Call:
(850) 981-4934

2001 CHEVROLET
SILVERADO Excel-
lent condition! Call:
554-4882 or 623-
6929
91' CHEVY S-10.
4.3 Liter, V-6.
$2.500. 994-7286





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920
Vans

FOR SALE
2000 Toyota Sienna
SLE White, Leather,
VCR, Sunrool -
Good Condition.
130K $9,500 OBO.
Call: 850-675-0604
or 850-324-6399.
FOR SALE
2004 Astro Van V-
6, 3-seater. AM.'FM
CD with MP3. Rear
air, running boards,
lowing pkg 14,388
miles. $15,500 firm.
Call: 994-5506


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GAZETTE & FREE PRESS

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


Field Electric,

Lic. # ER13013420


COMMERCIAL * RESIDENTIAL
GENERATOR INSTALLATION
William

850-791-4381


The Mower Medic
We service obur Mow'er in
your home at your
maV convenience


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


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


Free istmliirn1


Lt.:.�d, l irnrurd-


K&R
LAWN CARE


Commercial &
Residential


Kevin Roper
I850(791-3853


Tim Duggins

428 Airport Blvd.
Priuoitla, Flonrat


Cleaning * Paniing * New Carpet
24 Hour Emnc..cnr.v .ScrNiNLe

474-9005
L& Pager 887-7116
S Coker "a LaAm &
Tr actor GSevice
mm e/mm A7W h- --&v &m'we
S Clean-ups -Raking
Hauling - Mowing
Bushhogging - Dirt Work
Reasonae Rl es -Free Estim s
(850) 529-0434
(850) 623-0493
A B iY m m& IMojro

'DAY BY DAY Quality Fencing
Compellive pricirg ror all or your ericirng neds.
SLocally licensed.
' '-' owned
I- - and operated.
Ij, We look toward
1 to your call.
u e* lericiric or repairs
Call 850-529-3546
. davbvdavfencin a@a mail.corrL


IMS * I Vw I litU * ALIUNMT I S
RADIATOR FLUSH * TRUCK ACCESSORIES *
TRANSMISSION FLUSH * SMALL ENGINE
REPAIR * AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE & REPAIR
LAWNMOWER BUSINESS


Lawn Service'
-Mowing
*Debris Removal
Very
Reasonable
Prices


EMERALD COAST LAWN SERVICES'
Full _-rwira I a

LocallyO uwne and uperateu
Commercial and Residential
Licensed & Insured
.Call 324-403


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Home Improvements
N.F., Inc.
InsUred
Licensed
SFree Estimates
25 Years Experience .
r Jc .l,:, Tuo SoiT ll"
850) 981-3936 anytime


rDOUG'S LAWN SERVICE


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


Licensed i.:' ~" Insured


All lypes OT i-ences
New Installation and Repairs.
Specializing in Privacy Fences
Our privacy lences are buili win SCREWS
Free E wImai- LC ,I aL iy Owned
Licens�- & Inured:
485-2532




New Hope Painting,
& Wallpapering
Interior & Exiertor* Residential
* Drywall
* Pressure Cleaning
* Wallpapering
* Carpentry Work
Call the Ericksens today!
723-2550 * 623-6034


Visiting Angels
15 :4il1WT;J1


* In hom
*~Comp
-* Meals
- 1 .1� 1-AI-


ANN BARNHILL
TRUCKING, INC.
Fill Dirt Brown Dirt


ie
anionship


* Light houseworK
* Errands
remEd Im


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



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


Limestone
Driveway


Crushed Asphalt
Culverts


Historic District, Downtown Milton
Beautiful building & surrounding grounds
provide ar ideal seeing for your celebratlor
rental available for meetings. wedding
receptions, anniversary &
birthday parnes., el,:.


Insured

Licensed

\\ House

Painting
Call Andy @
L (850) 304-9680


Mike Kaylor
Cement Mason
Patios * Driveways * Walks
Free Estimates Ouality work
No job too small Atfordalie prices

850-994-0897




Local Home Repair
e Fence Repair *Installation
* Paint * Drywall *Trim *Tile
10 years experience
Contact Paul McMullen
850-723-9767



Need Stucco Work'


LI.-LNobrl'u - M NU lboun-tU
Conventional and Synthetic Systems

698-8327
!O -QAlRd


_e,6c Backhoe Work ",
e Stump & Tree Removal
Hurricane Clean-up
Dirt Work
No Job Too Big or Small
Rnrvon Rallard


, D&D
Remodeling
SGeneral Contractor
All Types Home Maintenance

S.. REE Cel 261-1173
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WORKS
LICENSED & INSURED
Bush-Hogging Discing
Front-End Loading
Debris Removal
(850)529-8718


Home (850)623-8697
Dan Francisco
Owner


Buildings I Garages
All Steel Construction
FREE: Delivery / Setup
Trim / Anchors
OFFICE -

PAGER: 850-505-1867
Swww.t-n-tcarports.cum A


& Mobile Home Brokers cw
Major and Minor Repairs
~ Reroof ~ Patio Covers -
~ Screen Rooms - Leveling ~
Locally Owned and Operated
Free Estimates
100% Financing WAC
(850) 857-1051


Vickers Fencing
"7a&4&9 ygead eido one oweOt at a aw e.
Specializing in wood fences.
New installations and repairs.
Competitive pricing.


Free estimates.
994-7585


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791-0198


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