Group Title: Santa Rosa press gazette
Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
Alternate Title: Milton press gazette
Press gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Santa Rosa press gazette
Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
Milton Newspapers
Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Publication Date: May 24, 2006
Copyright Date: 2005
Frequency: semiweekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Milton (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Santa Rosa County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Santa Rosa -- Milton
Coordinates: 30.630278 x -87.046389 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 76, no. 104 (Mar. 29, 1984)-
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Volume ID: VID00146
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INSIDE


Liquor applicants top 4,000


As forms keep coming in, State unsure when it can hold lottery


By JEFF EVERTS
Press Gazerte Siotf t'ruer
The deadline for filing an
application to enter the lottery
for a state-issued liquor license.
which %%as April 14. is no\w a
passing memory.
But. don't tell that to the


Local fishermen dropped their
lines in the water Saturday, hop-
ing to "land the big one." It was
all part of the United Way of
Santa Rosa County's inaugural
bass tournament.
See SPORTS, Page 1C.


NEWS


BRIEFS

Boil-water alert in
effect in locations
By JEFF EVERTS
Preii Gia: uc Sta"ffWriicr
Some customers of the
Milton Water System are under-
a boil water notice until further
notice .
This is due to a break in a
water main and subsequent loss
of water pressure along
Berrn hil Road
The boil \water notice' is in
effect for customers from
Westport Drive (Marble Head
Estates west to the end of the
Milton Water S\stem on,
Berrt hill Road.
Also included are all roads
to the north and south of
Hamilton Bridge Road which
are on the Milton Water
System
Further, along the north and
south sides of Berrhill Road
from Windham Road \\est to
Berr) hill Elementary School,
including all of WindhamRoad.
And finally, along
Anderson Lane north to the end'
of the Milton Water S\stem.
The boil water notice will
remain in effect until further
notice.
For further information,
contact City Manager Donna
Adams b\ calling 983-5411.

,Milton to replace
storm-lost trees
Many of the trees lost in the
Ci t of Milton during the last
two hurricane seasons could
soon be replaced.
Main Street Milton, in part-
nership with the City of Milton
. and the : Santa. Rosa Clean
Community System has just
been awarded a grant to help in
replanting trees.
The $.110.764 grant will be
used to replant trees lost during
the hurricanes throughout the
City of Milton.


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officials in Tallahassee in
charge of processing the appli-
cations and putting the lottery
process into motion.
According to10 the latest sta-
tistics provided by the
Department of Business and
Professional Regulation
iDPBRi. they hae processed a


total of 4,040 applications for
the 17 available liquor licenses.
That figure was accurate at the
close of business on May 18.
That means if the lonery
were held toda\. potential
license lottery N winners would
have a I in 238 chance of land-
ing one of the coveted pieces of


paper.
According to DPBR press
secretary Kristen Ploska. addi-
tional applications are still
being processed by the state.
and it could be a %while before
the final number of actual appli-
cations received is known.
Ploska also says there is no


All hands reach for a piece of the trophy as members of the victorious Pace Patriot team return-State 5A Champions.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin



Pace team returns with Title


By BILL GAMBLING
Santa Rosa Press Gazette
It has been a long 16 years, but Pace High School
is once again on top of the mountain in baseball.
Friday, hundreds of Patriot fans welcomed home
the 5A State Champions upon their return from
Sarasota, Fla., where they 'defeated Tampa
Hillsborough 11-7.
To put 16 years into perspective, Pace assistant
baseball coach Jason McBride was in the eighth grade
when the Patriots returned home with their last title.
"It feels good to win a title," says McBride, who
pitched in the New York Yankees organization before
going into coaching. "It still hasn't sunk in, but I am
sure it will."
So which way would McBride prefer to get his
championship ring?
"I would rather be a player than a coach," admit-
ted McBride. "But I will take a championship ring any
Way I can get it.
"But it is a lot more stressful as a coach."
For Charlie Warner, who got to hoist his first title
as head coach, the return trip home w as a bus\ one.
"People have been calling me the whole way


home to congratulate me and the team," said Warner. "I didn't know
x% hat was going to give out first, me or my cell phone battery."
As amazing as this baseball season has been. Pace had been knock-
ing on the door for a championship at the very first of the school year
,w hen the Patriots were on the gridiron.
Please see CHAMPS, Page 2C.


,





Team members change out of the bus, throwing signs of their number-one
status as they returned home this week.


way of knowing, at this point,
when the actual lottery for the
17 licenses can, or will. be held.
What this means for poten-
tial licensees is that they could
still be months away from
licenses being awarded and bars
or package stores beginning to
See LIQUOR, Page 3.4.



Jay


youth


makes


Forum
By JEFF EVERTS
Press Gazette Stuff Writer


A local high school student
has been selected as one of 60
student delegates to attend this
year's Florida Youth Leadership
Forum in Tallahassee.
Crystal Polk of Jay High
School received the honor when
she was selected to attend the
forum by The Able Trust organ-
ization.
The Youth Leadership
Forum is a statewide leadership
conference for high school stu-
dents %with disabilities, and will
be held Jul. 20-23. -
Students were selected for
the forum for their demonstrat-
ed leadership potential, and w ill
represent the state in terms of
geography, gender, ethnicity,
and type of disability.
Polk is considered a dedi-
cated leader in both her school
and her community.
She is the vice-president of
the Spanish club, co-editor of
.the school newspaper, as well
as being a member of the
Florida Future Educators
Association and the .National
Honor Society.
Polk also volunteers at the
Jay Hospital in its accounting
department and has plans to
attend college to become a high
school math teacher.
The Youth Leadership
Forum insolhes small working
groups that look at personal
leadership, career plans, and
social, artistic, and recreational
activities.
Attendees will hear from
guest speakers on different top-
ics including self-advocacy,
innovations in technology post-
secondary opportunities, inde-
pendent living, and community
resources.
Thev will also get a guided
See YOUTH, Page 3.4.


School looks to keep youth safe on Internet


By JEFF EVERTS
Press Gazette Staff Writer
The Santa Rosa CEO
Roundtable is launching a new,
comprehensive program for stu-
dents, staff, parents, and the
community, which organizers
say will help to create a safer
community.
School Superintendent
John Rogers and Sheriff
Wendell Hall say the goal of the
campaign will be to educate,
both students.and adults on how
to avoid dangerous, inappropri-
ate, or unlawful behavior on the
Internet.
The two added that the
school district and community
partners would be participating
in an all-day training session
today to prepare for the new
program.
According to statistics pro-


vided by iSAFE, which is a pro-
gram funded by the Office of
Juvenile Justice and
Delinquency prevention, 34.1%
of students say the main way
they keep in touch with their
friends is through instant mes-
saging, email, or chat rooms.
The group surveyed over
37,000 students in grades 5-12
to come up with their results.
The statistics go on to indi-
cate that 29.2% of students
have given out personal infor-
mation, including name, sex,
and age, over the Internet.
Approximately one-quarter
of students (24.3%) spend an'
average of at least one or more
hours online everyday while
24% of students say they do not
feel safe on the Internet.
One in four students say
they have visited inappropriate
places on the Internet and 24%


One in four students say they have visited "inappropriate

places" on the Internet...most say if their parents knew, they'd

be in trouble


say if their parents knew where
they went or who they chatted
with online, the parents would
disapprove or restrict their com-
puter use.
With Internet concerns
becoming more prevalent, 28%
of students state the have seen
something that they consider to
be dangerous online leading
81.9% of them to say kids and
teens need to learn Internet
safety.
Experts say youth are
increasingly being drawn into


chat, rooms and websites where
predators are lurking and
attempting to make contact
with unsuspecting targets will-
ing to give out personal details.
The experts go on to say
parents should be diligent in
keeping track of what websites
their children visit and to whom
they are talking.
Parents should also speak to
their children about Internet
safety and what information is
appropriate to be given out and
what is not.


Internet predators are closer
than you might think. There
have been several high profile
arrests of predators in Santa
Rosa County just in the last few
months, including one Milton
man who was allegedly assist-
ing with running a website ded-
icated to child pornography.
For parents wishing to have
additional piece of mind when
it comes to their child's Internet
activity, there are several pro-
grams that can help.
See INTERNET, Page 5A.










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4/27 to 5/14, 2006
Ard, Christopher Ronald; Male;
22; 6582 Park Ave., Milton, FL; DUI
and Damage Property. 4/30/06
Harper, William Roland; Male;
52; 33170 Shackelford Rd.,
Florissant, MO; DUI. 4/27/06
Houssini, Nina H; Female; 21;
1416 Dunhurst, Pensacola, FL; DUI.
4/29/06
Lanier, Cherre Lapoint; Female;
36; 2852 Cardinal Dr., Marerro, LA;
DUI. 4/30/06
Smith, Richard Joseph; Male;
45; 73616 Trap St., Abita Springs,,
LA; DUI. 4/30/06
Archer-Hahn. Shannon Diann; ,
Female; 29; 6632 Dearborn St.,
Milton, FL; Probation Violation-
Felony. 5/1/06
Mathews, Brad Christopher;
Male; 28; 6767 Munson Hwy.,
Milton, FL; Fraud-Insuff' Funds
Check-Obtain Goods Services $150
or More (4 cts.), Larc-Theft is, $300
or More But Less Than $5,000.
5/1/06
Tedder, Jason O'Neal; Male;
27; 9586 Quiet Creek Rd., Milton,
FL; Sex. Offense-Victim 12 YOA Up
to 15 YOA, Obscene
Communication-Compile Enter Etc
Computer Porno Re Minor. 5/1/06
Walker, John Allen; Male; 25;
6462 Willow Tree Ct, Milton, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony. 5/1/06
Bolt, Winston Scott; Male; 41;
2257 Prytania Cir., Navarre, FL;
Lewd Lascv Behavior-Exhibit By
Person 18 YOA Older Victim Less 16
YOA (3 cts.), Sex Offense-Voyeurism


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1st Offense, Obscene Material-
Distrib to Minor (2 cts.). 5/1/06
Cunningham. Cedrick
Cornelius; Male; 26; 4260 Highway
90, Pace, FL; Battery-Felony Battery
Result from Bodily Harm/Disability.
5/1/06
Rosburn, Robert Lance; Male;
37; 1400 Gadsden, Pensacola, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony (2 cts.).
5/1/06.
Conner, Caleb Joseph; Male;
20; 7285 Birdie Lane, Pace, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony. 5/2/06
Phillips, Douglas Randall;
Male; 46; 4036 Scottsdale Ave., Pace,
FL; Drive While Lic Susp Habitual
Offender. 5/2/06 i
Santoro, Robert Anthony; Male;
36; Address Unknown; Fugitive From
Justice. 5/2/06
Smith, John Lewis; Male; 41;
6896 Cedar Ridge Cr., Milton, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony. 5/2/06
Watson, Kim Lacona; Female;
41; 5149 Trenton Dr., Pace, FL;
Aggrav Battery-Cause bodily harm or
disability (domestic violence). 5/2/06
Everett, David Franklin; Male;
43; 6430 Skyline Dr., Milton, FL;
Fail to Register Motor Vehicle, Drive
While License Suspended, Possess
Cocaine, Marijuana-Possess Not
More Than 20 Grams, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And Or Use. 5/2/06
Haney, Jerry Douglas; Male; 26;
5520 Hamilton Bridge Rd., Pace, FL;
Sex Asslt-Vict Ovr 12 YOA Physical
Force No Dmg, Burgl With Asslt or
Battery. 5/2/06
Randall, Alan Eugene; Male;
30; 4033 Adams Rd., Pace, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony. 5/2/06
3' B_., Sherri Melinda; Female;
34; 4407 Cutoff Rd., Milton, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony. 5/2/06
Conner, David; Male; 39; 211
Bush Blvd., Sanford, FL; Fugitive
From Justice. 5/3/06
SDunlay, Michael Scott; Male;
18; 2842 Villa Woods Cir., Gulf
Breeze, FL; Larc-Theft is $300 or
More But Less Than $5,000. 5/3/06
Powers ,Wayne Mitchell; Male;
38; 8555 Hickory Hammock Rd.,
Milton, FL; Prob Violation-Felony.
5/3/06
Richards, Alan Morris; Male;
42; 7255 East Bay Blvd., Navarre,
FL; Probation. Violation-Felony.
5/3/06
Barry, Jacob Warren; Male; 26;
518 York St., Gulf Breeze, FL; Arson-
2nd degree. 5/4/06
Clark, Stacie Lynne; Female;
27; 6920 Camel Lane, Milton, FL;
Probation-Felony (2 cts.) 5/4/06
Morris, Charles David; Male;
33; 2688 Hwy. 4, Jay, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 5/4/06
iRuks, Kevin Edgar; Male; 45;
5261 Persimmon Lane, Milton, FL;
Battery-Touch or Strike (domestic
violence), Obstructing Justice-
Intimidate Threaten Etc Vict Witness'
Informant. 5/4/06
West, Jr., Michael Bernard;


Male; 36; 15601 Munson Hwy.,
Milton, FL; Possess Cocaine,
Narcotic Equip-Possess and or Use.
5/4/06
Devaughn, Dewight Labors;
Male; 32; 3212 Roosevelt St.,
Pensacola, FL; Probation Violation-
Felony. 5/5/06
Farmer, Edgar Boyd; Male; 24;
5189 Westport Dr., Milton, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony, Failure
to Appear for Felony Offense. 5/5/06
Hubbard, Frederick Van; Male;
45; 1641 Scott Ct., Gulf Breeze, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony.
Hurt, Steven Randall; Male; 44;
6641 Angie Ln, Pace, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 5/5/06
Jensen, Melissa Mae; Female;
26; 4713 Lillian Hwy., Pensacola,
FL; Probation Violation-Felony.
5/5/06
Mack H, Robert NMN; Male;
39; 7791 Untreiner Ave., Pensacola,
FL; Probation Violation-Felony.
5/5/06
Mills, Robert Clifton; Male; 38;
1867 Pickitt Ave., Pensacola, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony. 5/5/06
Pittman, Frankie Allen; Male;
22; 5965 Lumsden Battery Cir.,
Mobile, AL; Forgery-Place False
Label on Control Subs, Drugs-
Possess Cntrl Sub W/O Prescript.
5/7/06
Bartholomew. Shannon
O'Connor; Female; 20; 6436 Robie
Rd., Milton, FL; Probation Violation-
Felony. NDG
Walling, Sherry Lynn; Female;
53; 6539 Cedar St., Milton, FL;
Cocaine-Possess. 5/6/06
Wilkins, Jessica Marie; Female;
29; 4335 Beau Terra Lane, Pensacola,
FL; Robbery By Sudden Snatching
W/O Firearm or Weapon. NDG
Avalos, Karen Davis; Female;
42; 2020 Bergren Rd,, Gulf Breeze,
FL; DUI, Cruelty Toward Child At
That Could Result in Phys Mental
'Injury (4 cts.). 5/6/06
Douglas, Brenda Kay; Female;
52; 18th 9th Ave., Shalimar, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony. 5/5/06
Foreman, Jackey Lee; Male; 40;
1295 Veasey Rd., Alexander City,
AL; Drive While Lic Susp Habitual
Offender. 5/6/06
Gillam m., Clate NMN; Male;
54; 6108 Walton St., Pensacola, FL;
Resist Officer-Fail to Obey Police or
Fire Department, Battery on Officer
Firefighter EMT Etc., Resist Officer
Obstruct W/0 Violence, DUI. 5/6/06
Richardson, Connie Jo; Female;
44; 6805 Avenida De Galvez,
Navarre, FL; Possess Cocaine,
Narcotic Equip-Possess And or Use,
5/5/06
Slaughter, Christopher Robert;
Male; 35; 6012 Capitol Gulf Breeze
Parkway, Navarre, FL; Battery-
Felony Result From Bodily
Harm/Disability (domestic violence),
Burglary With Asslt or Battery. 5/6/06
Carter, Timothy Jordan; Male;
21; 5000 Luman Shell Rd., Jay, FL;
DUI. 5/5/06
Pinkney, Kelvin Ray; Male; 30;
6791 Dixon St., Milton, FL; DUI.
5/7/06
Tucker, Trent William; Male;
26; 5024 Glover Lane, Milton, FL;
DUI. 5/5/06
Day, Jeffery Alan; Male; 31;
9770 Chandler Street, Pensacola, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony. 5/8/06
Madison, Tyjaun Javar; Male;
28; 1158 Capital Blvd., Pensacola,


FL; Failure to Appear for Felony
Offense. 5/8/06
Montgomery, Ricky Alan;
Male; 44; 4828 W. Fairfield Dr.,
Pensacola, FL; Drive While License
Susp Habitual Offender. 5/8/06
Russell, Johnny Mack; Male;
70; 8717 Robin Wood Dr., Milton,
FL; Possess Cocaine.
Trimmer. Esther Brown;
Female; 46; 1975 Church St., Gulf
Breeze, FL; Probation Violation-
Felony. 5/8/06
Henderson, David Raymond;
Male; 46; 202-B Scott St., Milton,
FL; Probation Violation-Felony.
5/8/06
Meriwether, Jeffery David;
Male;.50; 4017 Adams Rd., Pace, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony. 5/8/06
,acobson, Joshua Scott; Male;
21; 1463 Arkansas St., Navarre, FL;
Larc- Theft is $300 or More But Less
Than $5,000. 5/8/06
Oyler, Jeffery Lynn; Male; 53;
5961 Wolfgang Dr., Milton, FL; DUI.
5/7/06
Berio, Christine Marie; Female;
366; 1270 South Ohio Ave.,
Columbus, OH; Probation Violation-
Felony. 5/9/06
Bush, III, Richard Anthony;
Male; 34; 4004 Baywoods Dr.,
Pensacola, FL; Probation Violation-
Felony. 5/9/06
Dixon, Richard Lamar; Male;
37; 4175 Woodville Rd, Milton, FL;
Contempt of Court-Violence
Injunction Protection Domestic
Violence, Battery Touch or Strike
(domestic violence), Kidnap-False
Imprisonment-Adult, Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense. 5/9/06
Duncan. Sr., William James;
Male; 40; 2051 Panhandle TrI,
Navarre, FL; Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 5/9/06
Gardner, Kayren Ann; Female;
36; 6209 Lightning Ridge Rd., Baker,
FL; Probation Violation-Felony.
5/9/06
George, Donald Scott; Male; 44;
9140 Single Tree Dr.,'Milton, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony. 5/9/06
Nakasone. Ramos; Male; 23;
4496 Rochelle Dr., Pensacola, FL;
Failure to Appear for Felony Offense.
5/9/06
O'Brien, Elizabeth Anne;
Female; 27; 2320 Glamis Drive,
Pensacola, FL; Probation Violation-
Felony. 5/9/06
Taylor Matthew Allen; Male;
18; 7906 Sabra Drive, Pensacola, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony. 5/9/06
Russell, Johnny Mack; Male;
70; 8717 Robin Wood Dr. Milton, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony. 5/9/06
SBolton, Wayne NMN; Male; 59;
7402 Sherwood Forrest Rd., Milton,
FL; Probation Violation-Felony.
5/9/06
Lamb, Michael Albert; Male;
26; 70 Rock Hill Church Rd.,
Cottondale, FL; Sex Offender
Violations-Fail to Report Name or
Residence Change. 5/11/06
Mason, Russell Nikia; Male; 30;
5260 Spring St., Pace, FL; Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense. 5/11/06 ,
Price, Tiffany Lynn; Female; 25;
5280 Spring St., Pace, FL; Forgery of
Make Alter Prescription, Drugs-
Possess Cntrl Sub W/O Prescription.
5/11/06
Scott, Anthony Antonio; Male;
32; 1010 Trenton Dr., Pensacola, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony. 5/11/06
Littlefield, Frank Albert; Male;


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4857 Guernsey Rd., Pace, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony. 5/11/06
Allen, Lance Raymond; Male;-
35; 1720 W. Avery St., Pensacola, FL;
Larceny-Theft Over $300 Under
$5,000. 5/11/06 .
Kiker, John Thomas; Male; 30;
5561 Cotton Wood Dr., Milton, FL;,,
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Property $100 to Under $300.
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Gandy, Barbara Caldwell;,
Female; 45; 8070 S. Airport Rd.;,
Milton, FL; Probation Violation--
Felony. 5/13/06
Howington, Eduardo Ramon;.
Male; 23; 6130 Syrcle Ave., Milton,'
FL; Fugitive From Justice.
Layton. Sean Richard; Male; 24;
207 Pleasant Valley Drive, Pell, AL;.
Damage Prop-Crim Misch $200 and&.
Under, Burgl of Structure,,
Conveyance Unarmed W/O Person'
Inside, Larc-Commit Grand Theft
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Pooley, Melanie Marie; Female;,
29; 8771 John Hamm Rd, Milton, FL;
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Rendall, Jason Conrad; Male;
31; 2115 Kensington Dr., Waukesha,.
WI; Probation Violation-Felony.,;
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Samuel, Constantina Lynell;'
Female; 29; 5946 Queen St., Milton-,
FL; Aggrav Battery-Cause Bodily-'
Harm or Disability (domestic vio-
lence). 5/14/06
Sands, Penny Marie; Female;,
41; 2160 Wind Trace Rd. N, Navarre,.
FL; Probation Violation-Felony.
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Price, Tiffany Lynn; Female; 25;"
5280 Spring St., Pensacola, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony. NDG -i
Birge, Jimmy Lamar; Male; 56;,
1400 Ft. Pickens Rd., Pensacola, FL;
Possess Cocaine. 5/12/06
Hartley, Stephen O'Neal; Male!4
39; 1836 Village Park Way, Gulf
Breeze, FL; Probation Violation-
Felony. 5/14/06
Lawson, David Lynn; Male; 40'
1791 Thresher Dr., Navarre, FL;
Aggrav Asslt-With Intent to Commit
a Felony (domestic violence),
Battery-Touch or Strike (domestic'
violence). 5/12/06 -
Ratliff, Michael Jason; Male-i
29; 4811 Bellview Ave., Pensacola,
FL; Battery-Felony Batt Result frofn
Bodily Harm/Disability. 5/13/066
Rollo, Tammy Charlene;,
Female; 41; 7324 Tiki Ln, Milton,'
FL; Possess Cocaine, Narcotic Equip-c
Possess and or Use. 5/12/06
Toothman, Erin Melissa'
Female; 19; 4712 Frontier Rd., Pace,
FL; DUI 'Alcohol or Diugs 4th or
Subsequent Offense. 5/13/06
Walters, Shelly Rena; Female;
19; 3419 Orchardwood Dr., Panama
-City, FL; Marijuana-Possess Over 20
Grams, Narcotic Equip-Possess And,
or Use. 5/13/06
Washington, Labrita Shamone;1
Female; 30; 5662 Byrom St.,.Milton,
FL; Larc-Petit 1st Offense, Fraud-
Utter False Instrument. 5/12/06

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Liquor
Continued From Page One.
open in Santa Rosa County.
The quota of 17 licenses is
based on population and
changes with increases or
decreases in population-one
license is issued for every 7,500
people in a wet county.
Applications have been
received, riot only from all
reaches of Santa Rosa County,


By JEFF EVERTS
Press Gazette Staff Writer
The Excalibur Mentoring
Program,.which caters to at-risk
youth, is in need of men and
women willing to volunteer
time as mentors.
Program Director Marcel
Tucker says the group 'even
hopes to offer group homes,
possibly in conjunction with the
Lakeview Center, as soon as
this year.
Tucker is hoping to attract
both men and women over the
age of 19 willing to mentor
children who might find them-
selves "heading down the
wrong path."
They recently held an open
house at the Milton Community
Center but, Tucker says, the
results were .not as good as he
had hoped.



Youth
Continued From Page One.
tour of the Florida Capitol and
be able to interact with mem-
bers of the press and: the gov-
ernment.
The Able Trust is also.
known as the Florida
Governor's Alliance for the
Employment of Citizens with
Disabilities.
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Everts. Reach him at:
everts@sr-pg.comr


but also from all over the coun-
try including some from New
York, Illinois, North Carolina,
and even Hawaii, where one
would-be applicant said, "I
heard about the license lottery
and thought, 'what the heck.'"
Officials say the number of
applications is overwhelming.
In Hardee County, the last
county in Florida to go wet,


"But I do have three more
volunteers today that I did not
have before the meeting," said
Tucker.
According to Tucker, the
group home idea was spawned
by need.
"There is a tremendous
need right now for group home
settings in this area, and we
have gotten a good response so
far from people such as the
Lakeview Center," states
Tucker.
"We hope to open six group
homes in Escambia and Santa
Rosa Counties by September of
this year if all goes well."
Tucker says his group's
hope is to place youth in an
environment where they are
safe and have some structure to
their lives.
"It could be something as
simple as them sitting down
together as a family and eating,
dinner," adds Tucker.
"We want to give them
every opportunity to be normal
because they are growing up
too fast and are not being able
to enjoy being kids."
Tucker says the priority for'
his mentoring program is to
show youth there is another
way. He believes part of the
problem lies in the fact that
there are too many single par-
ents being forced to raise chil-
dren in the realities of today's
world.
Tucker and his Associate
Director, Lisa Hamm, say they


(back in 2000), saw 153 appli-
cations for three available
licenses.
Now that the application
period is over, officials say the
.next step will be a "double ran-
dom" drawing to determine
which 17 receive actual licens-
es.
However, officials point out
they must consider any applica-


are not confining themselves
just to the Milton area when it
comes to helping youth with the
mentoring program.
"We have about 30 kids in
the program now from the two-
county area, and even one from
Silver Hill, Alabama," says
Tucker.
"However, we need more
volunteer mentors urgently to
meet the needs of the youth in,
this area."
The youth, 'who range in
age from 8-17, come in part
from the juvenile court system
in Santa Rosa County,
.Tucker says the group also
hopes to establish a literacy
program to help improve the
educational opportunities a\ail-i
able for the youth.
"We definitely need volun-
teers for this program, especial-
ly teachers and teachers' aides,"
Tucker stated.
Tucker would like to see his
group become an integral part
of early intervention for both
middle and high school-aged
youth.
"We need to be able to get
to the kids as early as, possible,"
Tucker says.
"Kids are much. more
streetwise and worldly today
then I was at their age."
One important part of
Tucker's plan is to try and
attract more women as mentors
in the program because, he
says, there is a definite need for
See MENTOR, Page 5A.


tion they have received.
Once there, the documents
are reviewed and, if found to
include errors, the applicant is
given 14 days to fix the errors.
If disapproved, the process
then includes a 21-day waiting
period for a formal hearing. As
.a result, officials say it is still
likely to be several weeks, if not
months, before it is known
which 17 applicants receive the
opportunity to apply for a
license.
Upon approval, the new
licensee must then pay the state
a fee of $10,750 before the
license is issued.
They will also have to pay
annual fees of $1,300 for a
package store or $1,800 for a
bar.
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Is it worth it?
It comes as no real surprise to observe the
antics coming from the crybaby freeloaders on
Navarre Beach. They conveniently restrained
themselves from whining about paying their fair
share of beach restoration until the project was
started.
These are the very same people who fought to
pay no taxes on their very expensive homes and
condos, and now, some say, they don't think it is
fair that they are now being required to pay a por-
tion of the $17 million it is costing to pump sand
in front of their dwellings.
Now, in all fairness, they do seem to have a
legitimate gripe about the formula the county is
using to determine just exactly whqt they should
pay.
When the county first looked at restoration in
2003, it settled on a cost-sharing formula which
used the value of a resident's property to calculate
his or her payment.
Since then, however, two hurricanes have vis-
ited the county. Many of the homes along Navarre
Beach are still damaged. Either the resident is still
quibbling with insurance carriers for payment, or
has simply opted to deposit the insurance compa-
ny's check and wait for a better time to repair the
home.
The result of such a circumstance is that those
with homes that were undamaged by the storms-or
who have since repaired their homes-have a high-
er property value, and hence, a higher payment for
dune restoration than neighboring properties.
What it boils down to is that those who have
reinvested in their property are being penalized
with higher formula rates, while those .who have
opted to postpone rebuilding are assessed lower
rates based on value.
So, in this regard, the outdated formula is
unfair.
And to cope with the situation, county leaders
are scrambling to find a more equitable formula.
But there are still those who are complaining
that they should not have to pay a dime because the
beach is "public".
We're certainly sure that if beach visitors were
to' "invade" the beach in front of these homeown-
ers' homes or condos, they would be rudely run off.
despite the fact that the actual beach doesn't
belong to them.
Aside from such nonsense or weak excuses for
paying for the pleasures of li ing on the beach, we
believe the overall funding formula is most fair.
The state is picking up more than $10 million
of the tab, leaving Santa Rosa and Navarre Beach
residents to pay the remaining $6.56 million.
Santa Rosa has agreed to pay to restore the
sand at the public beach (four percent of the total
bill), and says residents must pay the remainder of
the cost.
When the amount of "beach" in front of some-
one's home increases, it also increases the value of
that person's property. Shouldn't that person
expect to pay something for the increase? Or is
that to be the taxpayer's burder as well?
In all honestly, and to be blunt, it'sall a waste
of money and ta\pavers' dollars because we all
know that when the next strong hurricane slams
our coast, all that pumped in sand will be washed
away once again.
But then, the reasoning hinges on "tourism"
and the bucks it generates.
Is it really worth it?

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DaVinci Code is of Satan


FM: CHRYS HOLLEY
Dear Editor:
Satan knows his days are numbered.
He is running around like a chicken with his head
cut off. His latest? Using Hollywood to hatch the
DaVinci Code to discredit the Holy Bible, Jesus
Christ-Satan's goal from day one. His job is to kill.
steal and destroy.
A film to attack Gibson's The Passion ot Ch0i,.
was inevitable. While the book is fiction, a thriller
mystery, it is full of lies arid deceptions.
God used the Left Behind series, also fiction, to
draw many to Christ and eternal life. In contrast, te
DaVinci Code conceivably could be used by Satan to
draw some away from Christ, to confuse some if that
were possible. God is not the author of confusion;
Satan is. Satan's wasting his time-at least v% ith those
grounded in the Word whose faith, cannot be shaken.
True believers overcome Satan's tricks and his
fiery darts in God's strength when they put on the
whole armor of God. It is no big deal.
True believers know God can turn evil into good.
He did so with Joseph and his brothers in the Old
Testament. How can good come from Brown's blas-
phemous work?
Readers can search the scriptures and examine
themselves to see if they 'be "in the faith." The Bible
does state "When the Son of man (Jesus) returns, will
he find faith?"
Roy Gustafson's "Food for Thought" reminds us:
The New 'Testament is contained -in the Old
Testament. The Old Testament is explained in the
New Testament. The New Testament is concealed in,
the Old Testament. The Old Testament is revealed in,
the New Testament. The New Testament authenticates
'the Old Testament. The Old Testament anticipates the
New Testament. The New Testament lies hidden in the
Old Testament. The Old Testament lies open in the
New Testament. The Old Testament predicts a person.
The New Testament presents that person.
I love it.
Brown should check out the Bible for himself. So
should Mohammed Yousef, a Muslim who funded the
DaVinci Code.
Believers keep looking up.
They know their redemption draweth nigh.
Hallelujah.
God bless you all as only He can.


Enough is enough

FM: RAYMOND JOHNS
Dear Editor:
Hellewod is at it again.
They keep trying to Catch-22 our children with
rif-raf. If at first they don't succeed with the help of
the ACLU, they'll do it with some of the rental par-
ents.
Opie has gone from Mayberry to Hellewood with
his sling-shot full of junk. He didn't listen to anything
Andy or Barney was saying when Barney said to "Nip
it in the bud."


I linkl he was more like, "smoke it in the bud."
They think nothing of the.mockery they make of my
Lord Jesus.
'For the love of money they instill foolishness in
the children. The ACLU tells them to take the mom-
inig-after pill and kill and everything, will be alright.
Let your son marry someone's son, when the\ die
in sin, it's ok. In fact, these days, children as young as
nine are talking about "hooking up" with friends for
no-strings sex.
One craze involves "sex bracelets," color-coded
wristbands that boys snap off girls' wrists, depending
on what color a boy snags,' he is "rewarded" With sex-
ual ,favors... anything from a kiss to oral sex and
beyond..
Girls are not initiating casual sex. The TV show
Sex and the City is more than a hit TV show; it is an
invitation to girls to think of sleeping around as a
harmless kick. Also, the Real World and Spring Break
lets children look at hookups as really casual. ,
There is no emotional connection. This go to the
show is why venereal disease is more prevalent
among 15 to' 19 year old females than any other seg-
ment of the population.
Too many parents take a laissez-faire attitude
toward their children's emotional and moral develop-
ment, being too reluctant to say no to their children.
If we, as real parents, can try to teach them to "just
say no to drugs," then for sure we can fight back
against those who are bombarding our children with
sexual messages and immoral movies just to make a
buck.
Time at the table, let's pray together and let's talk
and,I love you more than a friend are examples of the
fact that we need to raise our voices and say
"enough."
If parents don't give the children back their child-
hood as loving parents, Hellewood will eat them alive
with its junk. Look at the things like homo-mountain
and duck-head code. Wake up and be real parents.
Real parents know the true way of life.
If you're not a real parent, ask one who is to help
show you the way... In Jesus. *

No offense was intended

FM: JEANNIE SMITH
Dear Editor:
This comment is about the confederate flag pro-
cession that went through Milton en route to a funer-
al on April 17.
It was done in honor of my nephew, Dustin, who
passed away after an accident.
Just about everyone from around these parts
knows that when someone displays a confederate
flag, it means they just consider themselves a "good
ole' country person," and that's what Dustin was.
I would like to speak for everyone that participat-
ed in Dustin's parade by saying, "We are truly sorry if
we upset or offended anyone."
That was not our intention.
We were only trying to honor Dustin and deal
with our grief and loss in our own way.


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You Spoke Out,

Santa Rosa...
Saturday 2:49 p.m.
This is Harold. I'm just want-
ing to praise the Sheriffs
Department and other forces
involved in working on the drug
problems we have. Now, if the
judges will just throw the book at
diese folks. If they see they are
geidng big term sentences out of
it, it will go a\v ay, but if we just
patronize them and pat them on
the hand, it won't be worth. a
thing.

Saturday, 12:10 p.m.
I live on Byrom Street. I see
all sorts of drug deals being made
on the streets in this neighbor-
hood. I'm glad to see law enforce-
ment doing something, but I hope
they stay after it and don't just
make it a one-day thing. Park' bn
the side of the street at night,
watch people walk up and "talk"
to each other. It doesn't take a
rocket. scientist to realize what
these people are "talking" about.
Keep up the good work guys and
get about 50 more behind bars.

Saturday, 9:49 a.m.
Exer one is applauding the
law for grabbine some of these
drug dealers and I agree. Bui'if
they wotuld'no% 'crack down on
some of the users-elen the
small-time users-maybe people
would be too afraid to approach
any of the dealers who managed
to slip through last.week's stifig.
Last week was an excellent start.
But please guys, don't stop there.

Friday, 11:14 a.m.
I'm hoping the new Wal-mart
on Highway 87 north will take
some of the stress off of the one in
Pace. There's so many people
there now that I hate to even drop
by.

Friday, 9:19 a.m.
A new Wal-mart is fine, but
what about the Target we heard
about a month or so ago? I think
that would go a long way toward
giving people a reason to stay in
Santa Rosa.

Thursday, 11:37 a.m.
Well, my name is Bill. I'm
calling about the silly things our
representatives are doing. We
don't get our checks until the first
of the month, so why do we get
this big hurricane tax break at the
end of the month? It doesn't make
any sense at all.


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I county considers vacating entire


Subdivision to make way for more
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By OBIE CRAIN
Special Projects Writer
Denial of a request to'
vacate a portion of one street,
and the proposed vacation of an
entire subdivision plat were just
,two among a long list of pro-
posals taken under advisement
by the Santa Rosa County
Commission meeting as a
Committee of the Whole
Monday.
On, the recommendation of
Commissioners John Broxson
and Tom Stewart, who com-
prise the Public Works
Committee, the requested .clo-
sure of Bill Street-located in
the Andrew Jackson
Subdivision in Pace-would
present a future problem.
It would not only eliminate
a through-street, they noted, but
,would also create a dead end
-road without a cul-de-sac if and
when the roaday is ever
improved.
theThe proposed vacation of
,,the entire plat of the Della Mer
".Subdivision is set for debate at
^a public hearing scheduled for
,Thursday at 9:30 a.m. The sub-
division, located east of the
SNavarre Beach Bridge, would
be replaced by a larger one if
the vacation is ultimately
approved.
Commissioners were also
presented with a request for
$50,000 by the City of Milton.
_The funds would be taken from
,.boat registration fee revenue
'and would,be used as a portion
,of local matching dollars for a
Florida Fish and Wildlife
S'Conservation Boating
,Improvement Program Grant
for Carpenter's Park North boat
,ramp projects.
i% The request was presented
'for discussion by
AdministratiVe Committee
members Commissioners Bob
,Cole and Tom Stewart. There
were no definitive indications
of how the reqiuet might be
ultimately acted on b\ the full
aboard.-
S Another major project sub-
,mitted and recommended by
-the Public Works Committee,
,comprised of Commissioners
"'John Broxson and Tom Stewart,
was the resurfacing of Quintette
S"Road from the Escambia River
Bridge eastward for 2,413 line-
al feet at an estimated cost of
$67,000.
The estimated cost of the
resurfacing project would come
from electric franchise fees for
roadways and drainage.
Other major proposals on
the agenda sponsored by the
,,Economic Development
.,Committee composed of
,-Commissioners Don Salter and
Gordon Goodin included:
Discussion of a bid in the
amount of $18,000 per acre for




..Mentor

Continued From Page Three.
,. them.
"We are seeing situations
with a lot more teenage preg-
nancies and we want to be able
to give girls the tools to deal
with these situations," states
Tucker.
-%, "We, as adults, can't be
'naive to the fact that these types
of situations exist."
Tucker insists his program
will not turn away any youth
who is in need of assistance.
,,. "It's all about choices and
, ,,opportunities, we know what
; these youth are used to, but
maybe we can show them a dif-
ferent way," Tucker says.
S "That is why we want to get
t;' the word out that we are out
I. there and we welcome anyone
who wants to volunteer their
"help:"
Tucker and Hamm are plan-
'ning another open house at the
Milton Community Center on
-invite anyone interested in
becoming a mentor to attend.
Anyone wishing more
Information on the mentoring
.program or the meeting may
-contact Tucker at 207-0664 or
r i


Hamm at 380-2132.
Story written by Jeff
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approximately 18 acres in the
Santa Rosa Industrial Park from
Lafarge, pursuant to current
Board pricing guidelines and
performance mortgage.
Discussion of allowing
WPC of Northwest Florida the
use of approximately two acres
in the Santa Rosa Industrial
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locate a manufacturing facility
in Santa Rosa County.
Discussion of recommen-
dation from TEAM Santa Rosa
EDC, Inc. for the advertisement
for sale of approximately 40
acres in the Santa Rosa
Industrial Park-within the
newly-purchased 160 acre
expansion.


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, until acted upon during a regu-
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Presi Ga:erit Start iW, iti
They graduated across town
from each other, but this year's
Milton High and Pace High
class presidents had quite a lot
in common.
Milton High Class
President Lynn Harmon and
Pace High Class President
Nicky Bagley attended the
same kindergarten class:..at
Rhodes Elementary.
The girls were in Sharon
Burke's class, all those years
ago.
Bagley moved to S.S.


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Dixon the next year, and the
two lost touch,
Then, Burke was working
on some old files and recog-
nized both girls.
She made some phone,
calls, and the former kinder-
garten pals reconnected.
/ "She mailed me one day
and we started talking,"
recounts Bagley. "I was sur-
prised."
The two young women got
the chance to catch up just as
their school career-s \ ere wind-
ing to a close.
"It was awesome," Bagley
recounts.
"We started talking again
and realized we were both class
president," Harmon notes.
Both young women say


they'd like to, stay in touch after
2graduanon.
Harmon plans to go into
Elementary Education at
Florida State.
And Bagley says she'll
study Business Administration
at the Uni\ersity of West
Florida.
Harmon and Bagley share
another quirk of fate.
Both graduates have a twin.
(Harmon is a fraternal, and
Bagley is an identical twin).
Kindergarten was a long
time ago, but Harmon says the
twin connection still strikes a
chord.
"My mom still remembers
taking us to one of their birth-
day parties," she notes.
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Incident with deer puts

Milton man in hospital


By JEFF EVERTS
Press Gazette Staff Writer
A close encounter with a
deer has left a Milton man hos-
pitalized in critical condition.
John R. Hogfoss, 21,
Milton, was a passenger in a
vehicle traveling north on
Munson Highway near Indian
Ford Road.
According to a Florida
Highway Patrol report, a deer
walked into the path of the
vehicle, which was' being driven
by Decire Febus, 17, of
Navarre.
The report states Febus
steered the vehicle to the right
in an attempt to avoid hitting
the deer and left the roadway.
The driver then over-cor-


reacted the vehicle as it reentered
the roadway and subsequently
lost control,
Troopers say the vehicle
then left the roadway again and
struck several trees before com-
ing to rest in.the woods.
Febus received minor
injuries in the accident.
Ho e\ er. uioopers hiadJ no o('rd
on the condition of the \ vehicles'
two other occupants, Robert
Hunsucker, 20, of Milton and a
16-year old minor.
Hogfoss was taken to West
Florida Hospital where he was
in the Intensive Care Unit
according to hospital personnel.

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and they were installed during
ceremonies on May 8 at the
Milton Clubhouse.
The 2006-2008 FFWC
District 1 Director, Sharlene
Cox, installed the following
officers: President, Paula Lou
Mapoles;, 1st Vice-President,
Cecile Stephens; 2nd Vice-
President, Delores Toole;
Recording Secretary, Lorraine
Cathey; Corresponding
Secretary, Carole Sheckart:
Treasurer, Pat Lochausen; and
Parliamentarian, Kitty Graftori.
The G F \C (General
Federation of Women's Clubs)
Milton Woman's Club is part of
the FFWC (Florida Federation
of Women's. Clubs) and was
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Civic League and joined the
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Members of the Club work
throughout the year on one or
more of the following depart-
ments: Art; Conservation;
Education; Home Life;'
4 International Affairs; Public
Affairs; Membership; or
Leadership.
The GFWC .Milton
Woman's Club has been the
recipient of the Florida
Federation's Best Small Club
(less than 31 members) for the
past several years and hopes to
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In 2005, the GFWC Milton
Woman's Club won the follow-
ing State awards: 1st Place,
Newsletters; 1st Place,
Programs; 1st Place, Helping
Hands; 1st Place, Literacy
Program; 1st Place, Arts in the
Community; 1st Place, Safety;
1st Place, Citizenship; Overall
Winner, Home Life
Department; Overall Winner,
Arts Department; 2nd Place,
Beautification; and Outstanding
Accomplishment in Youth
Writing.,
Following the installation
of officers, Mapoles thanked


Cox and said she looked for-T;
ward to working with her dur-.,
ing the next two years. She
announced that her theme for,'_T
the year will be "Live In The,,
Light-Sunflowers and Roses"''
and one of her goals for the club;,
is to see the Milton Clubhouse-
Gardens become a reality.,l
Mapoles also inducted new
member, Debbie Mclinnis, and,.
presented her with her member-
ship pin.
Following remarks from the,
new president, members and.
guests enjoyed a covered dish,
luncheon and talking about
plans for the coming year.


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ures to atoid w ildfires.
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number of homes have burned
in this year's fire season,
according to Florida State Fire
Marshal Tom Gallagher.
State fire officials say some
of those fires have been arson-
related, including one started by
juveniles in Lee County.
As part of Arson Awareness
\Week, Gallagher offers the fol-
lowing safety tips to help pre-
vent fires:
Teach children to never
play with matches or lighters.
Fire-proof your home and
the area around by:
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and pine needles from the roof.
Trimming tree limbs away
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Removing dead and dis-
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leaves and debris from the
ground .in-between brush and
trees.
Keeping grass mowed to,
less than four inches.
Not using the area under
decks for storage.
Installing smoke alarms
and making sure they are work-
ing.
Establishing a home
escape plan and practicing it.
Designating a meeting place
outside.
Planning several escape
routes from your property.

Gather important insurance
and financial documents in a
waterproof container, videotape
home and property (document
the recording by holding up a
newspaper). Keep the videotape
in the same container with other
important documents.
Create a disaster kit in case
of evacuation. It should contain:

Flashlights with extra bat-
teries
A portable, battery-oper-
ated radio with extra batteries
A first-aid kit
Non-perishable food and
water
A non-electric can opener
Medications
Cash and credit cards
Sturdy shoes and extra
clothing
Food and supplies, for
pets
In case a fire is threatening
a home or nearby area:

Keep a radio on for
updates.
Remove combustible
items from around the home,
including lawn and poolside
furniture, umbrellas, fabric
awnings, tarp coverings, fire-


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.I Take down flammableW'
drapes, curtains, and closed
Venetian blinds.
Close gas valves and turn"
off all pilot lights.
Turn on a light in each'
room for visibility in case of
heavy smoke.
Leave sprinklers on roofs'
or anything that might be dam'-
aged by fire, including fuel'
tanks.
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ily and pets when fire nears oir
when instructed to do so by,-
local officials.
"Wildfire is a very reaP
threat for many Floridians righb
now, and we need to do. all wd
can to protect our homes and,
communities," Gallagher says.
Anyone who suspects arson'
may call 1-877-662-7766 (1-
877-NOARSON) to report it. "

July 4 events:

shaping up

By JEFF EVERTS
Press Gazeuie Startf truer
The schedule of events for
this year's Milton Fourth of!
July celebration is taking shape 4
and officials say it i\dl offer,
something for just about ever.y-
one.
The theme of this year's
July 4 Riverfest is 'Celebrating
Our Freedom' and activities"
along the river are scheduled td4
begin at 9 a.m. ,
The Santa Rosa County,
Chamber of Commerce, % which
is organizing the event, hopes to,
offer something to appeal to all,
tastes during the course of th6e
daylong event.
The 5th annual Firecracker:
Bike Show will kick off the,
day's offerings at 9 a.m. and;
continue until 1 p.m.
Over 100 motorcycles are-
expected to compete for prizes
in 14 different categories. The:
event is being coordinated by,
American Bikers Aimedi
Toward Education (ABATE). '
Other events during the day:
will see various car shows-4
including antique and European:
cars-as well as a Chitty-bang;
Parade geared toward ugly cars;
or "anything that rolls," accord-a
ing to Chamber E\ecutive.
Director Donna Tucker.


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Obituaries


Collins, Theodore F.
Theodore F. Collins, age 83,
of Milton, .passed away
Sunday, May 21, 2006, quietly
at his home.
Ted was a native of South
Boston, VA, but was a Florida
resident for the past 21 years.
Mr. Collins is survived by
his wife-Dorothy Collins of
Milton; his son-Thomas
Collins of Milton; step chil-
dren-Al Kirkland of Mims,
FL, and Elaine Morris of
Hagerstown, MD.
A private memorial services
will be held at a later date.
Lewis Funeral Home in
Milton is in charge of arrange-
ments.

Fones, Carl Henry
Carl Henry Fones, 82, for-
merly of Milton passed away
on Thursday, May 18, 2006 in
a local facility. Mr. Fones was
born in AlMon, Illinois and had
resided in the Northwest
Florida area for many years.
He. was a United States ArmN
Veteran having served his
country during World War II,
(in the European Theatre, for
which he was. awarded ; a
Bronze Star) and during the
Korean Conflict. He was a
member of AMVETS Post
'#1292 of Milton, a life member
of V.F.W. Post #1308 in Alton,
IL, and the American Legion
Post 126 in Alton, IL. His
wife-Patricia Mae Fones, and
a granddaughter-Jaime Lynn
Watson, preceded Mr. Fones in
death.
Mr. Fones is survived by a
daughter-Carla Fones of,
Pensacola and a son-Clyde
(Patricia) Fones of
Murphreesborough, TN, three
grandchildren, and two great
grandchildren.
Funeral Services for Mr.
Fones were held at 2:00 p.m.
op Saturday, May 20, 2006 at
the Lewis Funeral Home in
Milton with Rev. Matt-
Dunavant of Calvary Baptist
SChurch in Pensacola officiat-
ing.
Burial followed in the,
'Serenity Gardens Cemetery
with. Lewis Funeral Home
directing. The family received
friends'frdin'`"5tol7 p:.m. on
Friday, May 19, 2Q06 'at the


Lewis Funeral Home in Milton.

Schoenemann, Alvin
1925 2006
Alvin Schoenemann, age 80,
of Milton passed away on
Thursday, May 18, 2006 in a
local hospital.
Mr. Schoenemann was born
in Lyons, Texas, on July 1,
1925 and had resided in the
Milton area for many years. He
retired as a CPO in 1963 from
the United States Navy after 21
years of service, and retired
from American Cyanamid, in
1987, after 23 years of service.
He enjoyed fishing and hunting
most of his life. He enjoyed
sports of all kind, with his
favorite being horse racing, .and
NASCAR.
Mr. Schoenemann is preced-
ed in, death by his mother and
father-Lela Louise (Holmes)
Schoenemann and William
Schoenemann; two brothers-
Charlie and Jack
Schoenemann.
Mr. Schoenemann is sur-
vived by his wife of 32 years-
Annie Lee Schoenemann of
Milton; daughter and son-in-
law-Mary F. and Jessie Miller
of Milton; 2 granddaughters-
Sherry Ann (Phillip) Johnson
of Tullahoma, Tennessee, and
Valeria Lynn (James) Brake, of
Milton, FL; 1 grandson-
Bryan K. (Michele) Healy; 4
great-grandsons, and 2 great-
granddaughters.
Funeral Services for Mr.
Schoenemann were held 11:00
a.m. Monday, May 22, 2006 at
the Lewis Funeral Home in
Milton with Rev. Larry Collins
officiating. Burial followed in
the Serenity Gardens Cemetery
with Lewis FuneTal Home
directing.
The family received friends
1 hour prior to services. Lewis
Funeral Home of Milton is in
charge of arrangements.

Winslow, Sr.,
James Alvin
1919-2006
James Alvin Winslow, Sr.,
86, of Milton passed away on
Wednesday, May 17, 2006 in a
local hospital.
Mr. Winslow was a lifelong


resident of Santa Rosa County
and a U.S. Navy Veteran of
World War II. Mr. Winslow was
a member of the Milton First
Assembly of God.
He is preceded in death by
his son-James 'Jimmy' Alvin
Winslow, Jr., his parents-
Charlie and Sarah Winslow,
and eight brothers and sisters.
Mr. Winslow is survived by
his wife of 62 years-Mary
Winslow of Milton; 3 daugh-
ters -Genevieve Wheeler
,Gayle (Richard) McNew,-both
of Milton, and Becky (Dean)
Patterson of Sioux Falls, SD;
daughter in law-,Diane
Winslow Mosely of Milton; 9
grandchildren Clifton
(Karen) Wheeler, Anita-
Wheeler, .David (Michel)
McNew, Angie McNew,
Donnie (Cindi) McNew, Jimmy
(Shawn) Patterson, Jeremy
Patterson, Joey: (Diane)
Winslow and Nancy (Marshall)
Hayes; 16 great grandchildren;
many nieces, nephews and a
host of friends.
Funeral services for Mr.
Winslow .were 2:00 p.m.,
Sunday, May 21, 2006 at the
Milton First Assembly of God
with Rev. Fred Rogers and
Minister Dean Pitterson offici-
ating. Burial followed in the
Milton Cemetery with Lewis
Funeral Home, 6405 Hwy


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T e al Notices


Wednesday May 24, 2006-


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
JUVENILE DIVISION
CASE NO. 04-DP-96
IN THE INTEREST OF:
B. 0. 12/21991
MINOR CHILD
TO: Timothy Harris,
Biological Father
I/k/a 152 RIverside Drive
Houma, LA 70630

Biological father of B. 0., a
minor child
DOS: 122M/1991
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition under oath has
been filed In the above styled
Court for the termination of
parental rights of B. 0., a
female child, born in
Escambla County, Florida, by
the Department of Children
and Family Services, for sub-
sequent 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 31st day of August, 2006,
at 9:00 a.m. You must either
appear on the date and at the
time specified or send a writ-
tan response to the Court
prior to that time.
YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR
OR RESPOND SHALL BE
TREATED AS A CONSENTTO
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 28 day of
April, 2006.
CLERK OF COURT
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
BY Charlyn Gould
Deputy Clerk
050306
051006
051706
052406

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
JUVENILE DMSION
CASE NO. 04-DP-96
IN THE INTEREST OF:
B.O. 1226/1991,
MINOR CHILD '
TO: Usa Davis, Mother
I/k/a 420Tara Road
Cantonment, FL 32533
Natural mother of B. 0., a
minor child
D.OB: 12/26/1991
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition under oath has
been filed In the above styled
Court for the termination of
parental rights of B. O.,, a
female child, born in
Escambla County, Florida, by
the Department of Children
and Family Services, for sub-
sequent 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
Rosa County, Florida, at the
Santa FJosa County


Courthouse, 6865 Caroline
Street, Milton, FL 32570, on
the 31st day of August, 2006,
at 9:00 a.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 CONSENTTO
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 28 day of
April, 2006.
CLERK OF COURT
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
BY: Chariyn Gould
Deputy Clerk
050306
051006
051706
052406

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO.: 06-108-CA-01
MARY FRANCES
SHEFFIELD,
Plaintiff,

JOHN DOE 1, JOHN DOE 2,
JOHN DOE 3, and those per-
sons who may claim or who
have or claim to have a right
title or interest in the property
which is the subject of this
action and who are interested
in the above-styled action, by,
through, under or against
LEILA MAE FIELDS, MAU-
RICE GAY, ALICE MclNNIS,
ADDIE FIELDS AND HUNTER,
McINNIS.
Defendants.
AMENDED NOTICE OF
AQCION
This amended Notice of
Action Is submitted for the
purpose of Including a refer-
ence to the fact that the
unknown defendants against
whom this action is brought
are those persons who may
claim or who have or claim to
have a right, title or Interest
In the property which Is the
subject of this action and
who are Interested In the
above-styled action, by,
through, under or against
LEILA MAE FIELDS, M.AU-
RICE GAY, ALICE MclNNIS,
ADDIE FIELDS and HUNTER
McINNIS, said reference hav-
ing been excluded in the
original Notice of Action that
was published In the Press
Gazette In issues dated
February 25, 2006, March 5,
2006, March 11, 2006, and
March 18, 2006 the proof of
which was filed In this pro-
ceeding on March 21, 2006.
TO: JOHN DOE 1, JOHN DOE
2, JOHN DOE 3, and those per-
. sons who may claim interests
by, through, under or against
LEILA MAE FIELDS, MAU-
RICE GAY, ALICE MclNNIS,
ADDIE FIELDS and HUNTER
McINNIS, or who have or claim
to have a right title or interest in
the property which is the sub-
ject of this action and who are
interested in the above-styled
action
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to quiet title on the fol-
lowing property in Santa Rosa
County, Florida:


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CONSIDER AN ORDINANCE

The Santa Rosa County Local Planning Board and Board of County Commissioners will conduct public hear-
ings to consider a proposed map amendment to the Santa Rosa County Land Development Code. The hear-
ings are scheduled as follows:

Local Planning Board (to consider and make a recommendation on the proposed administrative rezoning):
Thursday, June 8, 2006 at 6:00 p.m.


Board of County Commissioners (two meetings to review and consider adoption of the ordinance):
Thursday, June 22, 2006 at 6:00 p.m.


All three 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 adoption of the ordinance entitled:


AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA; AMENDING

THE LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE ORDINANCE 91-24 AS AMENDED; AMEND-

ING SECTION 6.05.24, THE BOUNDARIES OF THE HEART OF NAVARRE OVER-

LAY DISTRICT MAP (EXHIBIT "A") TO EXCLUDE THE HOLLEY AREA NORTH

OF EAST RIVER; Providing for codification; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFEC-

TIVE DATE.
EXHIBIT "A"

PROPOSED HEART OF NAVARRE OVERLAY DISTRICT MAP













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Proposed NavarreOverlay
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The proposed ordinance and map 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 indi-
vidual 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 tes-
timony 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 modifica-
tions 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-
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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Begin at the Southwest comer
of the Southwest Quarter of the
Northeast Quarter of Section
27, Township 5 North, Range
28 West, Santa Rosa County,
Florida; Thence go North 00
degrees 00 minutes 00 sec-
onds East along the West line
of the Northeast Quarter of said
Section 27 a distance of 176.00
feet; thence go South 88
degrees 53 minutes 20 sec-
onds East a distance of 423.12
feet to the Northwest comer of
property described in Official
Record Book 578 at Page 542
of the public records of said
county; Thence go South 33
degrees 22 'minutes 37 sec-
onds West along the Westerly
line of said property described
in Official Records 578 at Page
542 a distance of 104.36 feet to
the Southwest comer of said
property; thence go South 88
degrees 53 minutes 20 sec-
onds East along the South line
of said property described in
Official Record Book 578 at
Page 542 a distance of 417.44
feet to the Southeast corner of
said property and the Westerly
right-of-way of State Road #87
(100'R/W); thence go South 33
degrees 22 minutes 37 sec-
onds West along said Westerly
right-of-way a distance of
319.32 feet; Thence departing
said right-of-way go South 88
degrees 30 minutes 00 sec-
onds West a distance of 607.53
feet to the West line of the
Southeast Quarter of said
Section 27; Thence go North 00
degrees 00 minutes 00 sec-
onds East along said West line
a distance of 210.00 feet to the
point of beginning, the above
described parcel of land is situ-
ated ii Section 27, Township 5
North, Range 28 West, Santa
Rosa County, Florida.
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses, if
any, to William V. Linne, plain-
* tiff's attomey, whose address is
Post Office Box 12347,
Pensacola, Florida 32591-
2347, on or before June 5,
2006, and file the original with
the clerk of this court either
before service on plaintiff's
attorney or immediately there-
after; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded in the com-
plaint petition.
DATED on April 28, 2006.
MARY M.JOHNSON, CIRCUIT
CLERK
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
3Y: j. WATKINS
As Deputy Clerk
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CHANGES ARE MADE IN
DETERMINATIONS OF BASE
FLOOD ELEVATIONS FOR
THE UNINCORPORATED
AREAS OF SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA, UNDER
THE NATIONAL FLOOD
INSURANCE PROGRAM
On November 1, 1985, the
Department of Homeland
Security's Federal Emergency
Management Agency identified
Special Flood Hazard Areas
(SFHAs) in the unincorporated
areas of Santa Rosa County,
Florida, through issuance of aw
Flood Insurance Rate Map
(FIRM). The Mitigation Division
has determined that modifica-
tion of the elevations of the
flood having a 1-percent
chance of being equaled or
exceeded in any given year
(base flood) for certain loca-
tions in this community is,
appropriate. The modified Base
Flood Elevations (BFEs) revise
the FIRM for the community.
The changes are being made


pursuant to Section 206 of the
Flood Disaster Protection Act of
1973 (Public Law 93-234) and
are in accordance with the
National Flood Insurance Act of
1968, as amended (Title XIII of
the Housing and Urban
Development Act of 1968,
Public Law 90-448), 42 U.S.C.
4001-4128, and 44 CFR Part
65.
A hydraulic analysis was per-
formed to incorporate more
detailed topographic informa-
tion along the Escambia River
from approximately 66,500 feet
upstream of U.S. Highway 90 to
just downstream of State Route
4 and has resulted in a revised
delineation of the regulatory
floodway, increases and
decreases in SFHA width, and
increased and decreased BFEs
for the Escambia River, In addi-
tion, a new regulatory floodway
and BFEs were established for
the Escambia River from
approximately 150,300 feet
upstream of U.S. Highway 90 to
just downstream of State Route
4. The table below indicates
existing and modified BFEs for
selected locations along the
affected lengths of the flooding
sources) cited above.
Location Existing BFE
(feet)* Modified BFE
(feet)*

Approximately 20,100 feet
upstream of Quintette Road
28 27
Just downstream of State
Route 4 None 59
*National Geodetic Vertical
Datum, rounded to nearest,
whole foot
Under the above-mentioned
Acts of 1968 and 1973, the
Mitigation Division must devel-
op criteria for floodplain man-
agement. To participate in the
National Flood Insurance
Program (NFIP), the communi-
ty must use the modified BFEs
to administer the floodplain
management measures of-the
NFIR These modified BFEs will,
also be used to calculate the
appropriate flood insurance
premium rates for new buildings
and their contents and for the
second layer of insurance on
existing buildings and contents.
Upon the second publication of
notice of these changes in this
newspaper, any person has 90
days in which he or she can
request, through the Chief
Executive Officer of the com-
munity, that the Mitigation
Division reconsider the deter-
mination. Any request for
reconsideration must be based
on knowledge of changed con-
ditions or new scientific or tech-
nical data. All interested parties
are on notice that until the 90-
day period elapses, the
Mitigation Division's determina-
tion to modify the BFEs may
itself be changed.
Any person having knowledge
or wishing to comment on these
changes should immediately
notify:
The Honorable Robert A. "Bob"
Cole
Chairman, Santa Rosa County
Board of Commissioners
6495 Caroline Street, Suite M
Milton, FL'32570
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO. 06-CP-118
IN RE: ESTATE OF
DOROTHY LANGE,
a/k/a DOROTHY JUNE


LANGE,
a/k/a DOROTHY J. LANGE
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate
of Dorothy Lange, a/kWa
Dorothy June Lange, a/k/a
Dorothy J. Lange, deceased,
whose daterof death was March
21, 2006, is pending in the
Circuit Court for the First
Judicial Circuit for Santa Rosa
County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which
is Santa Rosa County Judicial
Center, Post Office Box 472,
Milton, Florida 32572. The
names and addresses of the
Personal Representative and
the Personal Representative's
attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice is required to
be served must file their claims
with this court WITHIN THE,
LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE TIME OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate must file their
claims with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT- FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FORE',ER BAHED
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of
this notice is May 17, 2006.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Armyv Reed E :qu.re
Fior.a' Bar r ., i.'38-j
Blanchard, Merriam, Adel &
Kirkland, PA.
Post Office Box 1869.
Ocala, Florida 34478
Telephone: (352) 732-7218
Personal Representative:
Christine Alaimo
321 West Club Ct.
Citrus Springs, Florida 34434
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RESOLUTION
WHEREAS, John Howley,
PETITIONED the Board of
County Commissioners of
Santa Rosa County, Florida, to
vacate, abandon, discontinue
and renounce any interest and
right of the public in and to the
following described property to-
wit:
Railroad Street to the west of
Block 19 of the Floridatown
Subdivision, as recorded in
Deed Book A-8, page 76, of the
public records of Santa Rosa
County, Florida. ,
AND WHEREAS, The Board of
County Commissioners deter-
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WHEREAS, the Board of
County Commissioners have


on this the 11th day of May,
2006, conducted said public
hearing in conformity to the
said publication of their intent,
and
WHEREAS, after hearing all
comments concerning said
vacation of the above described
rights-of-way, the Board, being
fully advised, and it being deter-
mined that the public interest
will be best served and protect-
ed by vacating and abandoning
said rights-of-way, therefore,
BE IT RESOLVED by the Board
of County Commissioners of
Santa Rosa County, Florida,
that the said rights-of-way as
herein set out and described
are hereby vacated and any
and all interest to the public
shall revert to and be vested in
the proper owners thereof.
APPROVED AND ADOPTED
by a vote of 5 yeas, 0 nays, and
0 absent, of the Board of
County Commissioners of
Santa Rosa County, Florida,
this 11th day of May,
2006.052406
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RESOLUTION
WHEREAS, Brad Johnson
PETITIONED the Board of
County Commissioners of
Santa Rosa County, Florida, to
vacate, abandon, discontinue
and renounce any interest and
right of the public in and to ihe
following described property to
wit:

All of Michael Drive west of
Morrow Street.
AND WHEREAS, The Board of
County Commissioners deter-
mined to have a public hearing
for the purpose of considering
the advisability of vacating and
abandoning said rights-of-way,
and
WHEREAS, the Board of
County Commissioners has on
this the 11 th day of May, 2006,
conducted said public hearing
in conformity to the said publi-
cation of their intent, and
WHEREAS; after hearing all
comments concerning said
vacation of the above described
rights-of-way, .the Board, being
fully advised, and it being deter-
mined, that the public interest
will be best served and protect-
ed by vacating and abandoning
said rights-of-way, therefore, .
BE IT RESOLVED by the Board
of County Commissioners of
Santa Rosa County, Florida,
that the said rights-of-way as
herein set out and described
are hereby vacated and any
and all interest to the public
shall revert to and be vested in
the proper owners thereof.
APPROVED AND ADOPTED
by a vote of 5 yeas, 0 nays, and
0 absent, of the Board of
County Commissioners of
Santa Rosa County, Florida,
this 11th day of May, 2006.
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RESOLUTION
WHEREAS, John Wilson,
PETITIONED the Board of
County Commissioners of
Santa Rosa County, Florida, to
vacate, abandon, discontinue
and renounce any Interest and
right of the public In and to the
following-described property to-
wit:
The 20' platted drainage ease-.
ment between 'lots8 & 9, Block
35 in the Navarre 2nd Addition
Subdivision.
AND WHEREAS, The Board of


County Commissioners deter-
minef to have a public hearing
for the purpose of considering
the advisability of vacating and
abandoning said rights-of-way,
and
WHEREAS, the Board of
County Commissioners have
on this the 11th day of May,
2006, conducted said public
hearing in conformity to the
said publication of their intent,
and
WHEREAS, after hearing all
comments concerning said
vacation of.the above described
rights-of-way, the Board, being
fully advised, and it being deter-
mined that the public interest
will be best served and protect-
ed by vacating and abandoning
said rights-of-way, therefore,
BE IT RESOLVED by the Board
of County Commissioners of
Santa Rosa County, Florida,
that the said rights-of-way as
herein set out and described
are hereby vacated and any
and all Interest to the public
shall revert to and be vested In
the proper owners thereof.
APPROVED AND ADOPTED
by a vote of 5 yeas, 0 nays, and
0 absent, of the Board of
*County Commissioners of
Santa Rosa County, Florida,
this 11th day of May, 2006.
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEAR-
ING
WHEREAS,.John L. Jemigan
representing the Estate of Ethel
0. Finlay, 'has petitioned to
vacate, abandon, discontinue
and renounce any interest and
right of the public in and to the
following described property to'
wit:
All of Finley Road located in
Township 5 North, Range 29
West Section 39.
AND WHEREAS, a time and
date has been established for a
public hearing for the Board of
County Commissioners to con-
sider the advisability of exercis-
ing its authority pursuant to
Chapter 336 of the general
statutes to vacate, abandon,
discontinue, renounce and dis-
claim any right or interest of the
public in and to the above
described property.
NOW THEREFORE, all inter-
ested persons and the public
generally are directed that a
public hearing upon the above
mentioned Petition, shall be
held by the Board of -County
Commissioners of'Santa Rosa
County, Florida, in the
Commissioners Meeting Room
in the. Santa Rosa County
Administrative Center located
at 6495 Carolina Street, Milton,
Florida on the 8th day of June,
2006, at the hour of 9:30 a.m.
cst/cdst, or as soon thereafter
as the matter can be consid-
ered.
All interested parties should
take notice that if they decide to
appeal any decision made by
the 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 proceed-
ings they are appealing exists
and for spch 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.
nlr,rs.lda p rra my appear
a ir, meeir.g a,-i ce heard
with respect to this matter.

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SM3s
NOTICE OF SALE
To be sold for the lien owed for
charges of towing and storage.
The vehicle will be sold to the
highest bidder to satisfy the lien
on the vehicle. The sale will be
held at Ken's Paint & Body
4074 Avalon Blvd., Milton in
Santa Rosa County in the State
of Florida.
The following Vehicle(s) are/is
being held for the above
claimed lien:
Year 1995 Make SATURN
Model4DR
VIN# 1G8ZG5285SZ251964
The registered and/or legal
owners are:
OWNER: CHERRY ENGLE
319 SERENITY NORTH
WILLIS, TX 77378
LIEN HOLDER: DON PEEK
MOTOR CO
#2 128 North Frazier
Conroe, TX 77301
INSURANCE CO: N/A

Amount of towing is $75.00,
Lien Filing Fee of $300.00,
Storage Charges of $0 as of
May 19, 2006, plus additional
storagefee of $0 per day plus
sales tax.
This said sale will be held on
June 7, 2006 at 10:00 AM.
If the owner cares to recover
said vehicle they may bring the
amount of the charges in cash
*:,ni., tore the date of sale to.
Ker, n Pa.-. & Body and the
vehicle will be surrendered to
them. This sale is in accor-
dance with FL Statute 713.78
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NOTICE OF SALE

To be sold for the lien owed for,
charges of towing and storage.
Tre .-Ahi-:cl A;II be -.old i.:. the
r..gne.Il t.-riei i C sa.lry Ire ier.
on ine .eh.cla Tne isal &ili be
held at Ken's Paint & Body
4074 Avalon Blvd., Milton in
Santa Rosa County in the State
of Florida.
The following Vehicle(s) are/is
being held for the above
claimed lien:
Year 1994 Make MAZDA
Model 4DR
VIN# 1YVGE22C7R5169400
The registered and/or legal
owners are:
OWNER: Shaquocna
Thompson
1153 Oakland Drive
Mobile, Al 36618
LIEN HOLDER: N/A
INSURANCE CO: N/A
Amount of towing is $92.50,
Lien Filing Fee of $300.00,
Storage Charges of $0 as of
May 19, 2006, plus additional
storage fee of $0 per day plus
sales tax.
This said sale will be held on
June 7, 2006 at 10:00 AM.
If the owner cares to recover
said vehicle they may bring the
amount of the charges in cash
only before the date of sale to
Ken's Paint & Body and the
vehicle will be surrendered to
them. This sale is in accor-
dance with FL. Statute 713.78.
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION


FOR WATER USF PERMIT
Notice is hereby given that pir-
suant to Chapter 373, Flori.a
Statutes, the following applica-
tion(s) for water use permits)
has (have) been received by
the Northwest Florida Water
Management District.
Application number I 06713
filed 05/08/2006
Santa Rosa Board of County
Commissioners, Navarre
Beach Water System, 1411
Utility Dr., Navarre Beach, FL
32566
Requesting a maximum with-
drawal of 541,000 gallons per
day from the Floridan Aquifer
System for Public Supply use
by an existing facility.
General withdrawal locations)
in Santa Rosa County: T02S,
R26W, Sec. 21,28
Interested persons may object
to or comment upon the appli-
cations or submit a written
request for a copy of the staff
reports) containing proposed
agency action regarding the
applications) by writing to the
Division of Resource
Regulation of the Northwest
Florida Water Management
District, attention Terri
Peterson, 152 Water
Management Drive, Havana,
Florida 32333-9700, but such
comments or requests must be
received by 5 o'clock p.m. on
June 9, 2006.
No further public notice will be
provided regarding this (these)
a pl.,Ial.cnorsi Pur.ltcaiLor.,of
irll, roirce C.r.riuiii3 crjOriru,'.-
tive notice of this permit appli-
cation to all substantially affect-
ed per-.r.,n A copy of the staff
imponr sI musl Ite requested in
order to remain advised of fur-
ther proceedings and any pub-
lic hearing date. Substantially
affected persons are entitled to
request an administrative hear-'
ing regarding the proposed
Bgenc', a.:lb,'.n b, submitting a
wnuen request according to the
provisions of 40A-1.521,
Florida Administrative. Code.
Notices of Proposed Agency
Action will be mailed only to
persons who have filed such
requests.
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Notice of Sale
Pursuant to FL Statute 83.805-
83.806, Donna Caiazzo, as
authorized Title Specialist for
Pea Ridge Mini Storage will sell
to the highest open bidder for
cash in hand, subject to any
liens and encumbrances the
following vehicle on 6-12-06 at
1PM, at 104 E. Nine Mile Rd.,
Pensacola, FL 32534:
1985 Winnebago Motor Home
VIN#1 GBKP-37W3F3320439
titled to James Byron Parks or
Georgia Ann Parks and stored
by William Redman. This adver-
tisement will be published on
May 24, 2006 and May 31,
2006.
Vehicle may be inspected 1
week prior, at storage facility:
5186 Hwy. 90, Pace, FL 32571.
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LEGAL AD

Medical records from the office
of Dr. C.A. Mixson can be
obtained through July 15th,
2006. Call 623-5618.
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The SaintaRosea Prests Gazette


y adsendeV)1 May 24, 2
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Community


Brief


1:Fire Department
"Committee to meet
t- The City of Milton's Fire
,tDepartment Project Committee
"will meet on Thursday, June 1,
,-2006, at 9 a.m. in Conference
R..,oom B of City Hall, 6738
:'Dixon Street. All meetings are
'open to the public. For further
,information on the meeting,
.'contact the City Manager's
'Office at 983-5411.

ZBlackwater
,,hike planned
On Saturday, May 27, 2006
:.at 8:00 a.m., volunteers are
',,needed by the Western Gate
6Chapter of the Florida Trail
"Association for a work hike in
''the Blackwater River Forest.
RSVP to leader at (850) 994-
,.5944 or http://westgate.florida-
S.trail.org datrail.org/>

L'Garden Club
:,elects new officers
SThe Milton Garden Club
recently met for their spring
6."luncheon and installation of
,officers for 2006-2007.


Daughter

to National
Sharon Daugherty, a sixth
.grader at Avalon Middle-
I:jSchool, accompanied by her
..-school's principal, Mrs.
t,'Ermma Fillingim, presented to
the Santa Rosa County School
o.,Board at their meeting on May
a'11, 2006. The Traveling trophy
,'was won by Sharon at the
'a Kiwanis Club/Panama City
'"News Herald Regional
; Spelling Bee in Panama City.
.rJ Winning at the Sandy
Sansing Spelling Bee qualified
her for the regional competi-
tion. She will represent the
seven-county Northwest
, Florida Region at the 79th
Scripps National Spelling Bee.
in Washington D.C. on May
31st and June 1 st. There will be
275 contestants and Sharon
was assigned the number 54.
Her awards included an offi-
cial Spelling Bee watch, a dic-
tionary, and an all expense paid
--trip to Washington D.C. for her
and her mother who will be her
official chaperon.
This will be the second con-


Outgoing President Lynn
Nixon welcomed members and
introduced the speaker, Sonya
Robinson, a Santa Rosa
County Master Gardener.
Following lunch, memorials
were given to 4 former mem-
bers The new executive offi-
cers of Milton Garden Club are
Jean Rognstad, president;
Sandra Sherman, vice presi-
dent; Barbara Malloy, secre-
tary; and Carol Williams, treas-
urer.

UWF
presents workshop
The University of West
Florida Small Business
Development Center (401 E.
Chase Street, Suite 100,
Pensacola) is presenting
"Record Keeping 'in Small
Business" in four morning ses-
sions May 30, June 1, 6, & 8,
2006 from 9 a.m. till noon..
During this 4-part workshop,
attendees will learn how to
keep records, develop financial
statements, asset depreciation
schedules, and understand tax
records. Attendance fee for all
four sessions is $45 for the


on the way


public and free for students and
faculty members of the
University of West Florida who
present a Nautilus card.
Attendees are asked to bring a
calculator. For further info, or
to register, call, 850/473-7830
or log onto our website at:
www.sbdc.uwf.edu and click
on training.

Order to sponsor
pancake breakfast
Milton Chapter. #189 of
OES invites all "to attend an
old-fashioned pancake break-
fast from 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. A
country breakfast will be avail-
able for those who don't do
pancakes. Bring you spouse,
children, friends and neigh-
bors. Donation for breakfast is
$5.
A jewelry, party and show
will follow the breakfast.
Proceeds from this event will
go to our chapter's general
fund.

SRC Health Dept
has new website
The Santa Rosa County


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Lett, to right: Diane Coleman, Chairperson ot SKLC School Board,
Sharon Daugherty and Mrs. Emma Fillingim, principal' of Avalon
Mid fSchool.


secutive year that Sharon will
represent Northwest Florida at
the National Level. The first
time was when she was a fifth
grader at Bagdad Elementary.


Faulk reunion planned

The Faulk Family Reunion will be on Sunday,
May 28, 2006 at Becky Perritt's, 3625 Becky's
Lane in Pace, FL. Family and friends are invited!
Please bring a covered dish and lawn chairs. For
directions call 994-9596 or 957-4991. The dinner
will be from 9 a.m. until...
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Health Department (SRCHD)
is proud to announce the intro-
duction of its new website.
County residents can go to the
internet to learn about Health
Department services at its three
locations and to obtain health-
related information. The web-
site can be viewed at
http://www.doh.state.fl.us/chd
SantaRosa/index.htm.
"We are so pleased to add
the website to our many servic-
es to, the community," said
Administrator Kathleen
DeVoreJones, RN, MSPH.
"This is just one way we can
provide additional support to
our County residents." The
website contains many helpful
links to various sources of
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on Sunday, June 11 at 6 p.m.
VBS will be Monday through
Friday, 5:30 p.m. until 8:30
p.m. A meal will be served at
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crafts, missions and music will
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Everyone is invited to
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Holiness Church's Annual
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182 on Sunday, May 28th.
Singing will begin at 10 a.m.
The Keith Rowell Famil will
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Lunch will be served directly
after the morning service. For
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certificates, a gift from our
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Be sure to bring your camera or
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Dear Pastor Gallups, "What is heaven like? Will we know
each other? Will we still be married? Will we get to eat in heav-
en?, Will we do something besides playing harps and singing all
day long?" T.P., Milton
Dear T.P., The quick answer to these questions
is...Unimaginable, Yes, Probably Not, Probably so and YES!
You probably want a little more than these simple answers.
though. With the limited space that I have available in this arti-
cle I will attempt to give you some more information.
What is heaven like? The Bible says, "The eye has not
seen, the ear has not heard, the mind has not conceived..." It is
unimaginable. Think of the most beautiful picture that heaven
could be to )ou. and it is BETTER than that! It is a real. perfect,
sinless place %%here Jesus Christ is the light, life and center of
e er.ithing.
Will we know\ each other' Yes.. When Jesus came out of
the tomb alive, his disciples knew him. When Jesus took Peter.
James and John up to the mount of transfiguration the\ sa\w
Moses and Elijah. The\ recognized them. The\ were real men.
but in "glorified. eternal" bodies.
\\ill w\e still be married? Probabl\ not. Jesus said we
would d be like the angels. neither "gi\en or taken in marriage".
Ho\\ever. please remember, our relationships with one another
% ill be PERFECT. SINLESS and HOLY then. There %\ill be
perfect lo\e and perfect relationship one with the other. We %%ill
enjoy a more \wonderful loxe there than eter imagined here.
\\ill \e get to eat in heaven? Probablh so. Jesus ate when
he came out of the tomb in His glorified bod\ and state. For 40
da. s of earth existence in His resurrected bod\, he ate and fel-
lol shipped with His disciples. The book of Re\elation men-
tions trees in Heaven % ith fruit that \\ill supply the "healing for
the nations." Whether this is symbolic or literal., e don't knowt
Will we just pla\ harps all day long? No. How ever., wor-
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said that \e would RULE and REIGN with Hi-m! Who knows
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"In thee, 0 LORD, do I put my trust; let me
never be ashamed: deliver me in thy righteous-
ness. Bow down thine ear to me; deliver me
speedily: be thou my strong rock, for an house
of defence to save me. For thou art my rock
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Rural/Metro
Paramedic Josh Spencer and Pensa
MT Buster Wadkins are being "Josh
4nored for their outstanding mode
'rvice and dedication to the Mana
citizens of Santa Rosa County. is alw
The American Ambulance extra
Association honors around 100 tional
.ken and women from around tions
fle country for going above Bu
4nd beyond the call of duty ed E]
then it comes to serving,their make
tbmmunities. "Emergency
medicine is something. that's
not meant for everyone. It
takes someone who is kind,
compassionate dedicated, and
irady to jump to action at a
moment's notice," says Market
general Manager James
j.halmers. "Both Josh Spencer
Ind Buster Wadkins truly
pIcompass the special qualities
it takes."
41 Paramedic Josh Spencer
wvas flown to Washington DC
to receive his award and partic-
$pate in the national celebra-
tion. In addition, Spencer had a
unique opportunity to meet
with both U.S. Senator Bill
elson and U.S. Congressman
eff Miller. Spencer has been
'uith Rural/Metro for six years
t;nd currently serves as a shift
supervisorr and paramedic.
.SMT Buster Wadkins was
unablee to make it to
Washington DC, but both
heroes will be honored in a
lcal ceremony.
k Spencer is a strong leader
,Lnd a wonderful mentor to fel- ^
- believes strongly in continuing >'^
educationn and feels there's
ways new technology to learn
,hat ultimately helps us better
:erve our patients. Spencer also
vorks as a paramedic preceptor
n the paramedic program at


CGood CPR

saves lives.
According to the American
Heart Association, "Coronary .
heart disease'is responsible for -s1
an estimated 330,000 out-
of-hospital and emergency
department deaih: ,.in the
UnLied States each year."
'(Current Volume 16, Number
4, Winter 2005-2006)
High-quality bystander CPR
&nd early defibrillation with an
AED can make a world of dif- 4.4
ference. A victim's chance of
survival from cardiac arrest can
'be double or triple with quick
intervention. Statistics show
that less than one-third of the
victims of sudden cardiac
arrest receive bystander CPR,
too often the CPR that is per-
formed is ineffective related to
lack of training and practice.
For this reason the American
Heart Association has released
new Guidelines for
C ardiopu Im.o nar y
Resuscitation and Emergency
Cardiovascular Care. '
Their goal is to simplify
Resuscitation Training and
Improve Effectiveness.
In an effort to assist in
'reaching these goals and to
support life saving charities,
MedEd America, Inc,
announces its "Learn and
Earn" program.
MedEd America, Inc. will
make a $5.00 donation for each
student that completes an
American Heart Association
Basic Life Support class taught
by one of our instructors. The
student may choose the charity
and a letter, will be sent with
the contribution listing the
names of the students in whose
name the contribution is made.

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is an outstanding role
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ger James Chalmers. "He
ways available to lend an
hand by working addi-
shifts or answering ques-
from fellow employees."
.ster Wadkins is a dedicat-
MT who knows he can
a difference in each and


every life he touches. "Buster
is a positive, professional, and
caring individual who cares for
patients like each one is a
member of his family," says
Chalmers. "He is a strong
foundation for our crews to
rely on when things get a little
rough in the field." Wadkins
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three decades and provides
medical training to all volun-
teer firefighters in the county.
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Section B


Ask Ole'


Chief
Hello.Veterans! ,
I'.e-,bad some-: questions
regarding SBP (Survitor's
Benefit Plani and thought I'd
pas along hat I found out If a
' retired veterann is o'er 7( .ears
of age and has been pa\ ing into
SBP for 30 years, the\ the \eter-
an \ ill no longer have to paN the
SBP premiums. Hard to believe,
huh? Finally getting a much-
Sneeded break after paying pre-
miums all those years!
One more thing about SBP.
This if for those surviving
spouses (usually the lovely
ladies). When a surviving
spouse is in receipt of SBP, and
finds someone she would like to
marry, she can retain SBP if she
is over 55 years of age. If she
remarried under the age of 55,
her SBP is suspended. Upon the
death of that spouse, the SBP is
started again.,
Thought I'd pass along
some info on how to get in
touch with some long lost mili-
tary pals. This locator service is.
free to immediate family mem-
bers and federal and state gov-
ernment officials. Extended
family .members, civilian
friends and others must pay a-
nonrefundable fee of $3.50 by
check or money order payable
to U.S. Treasury.
Information needed: Full
name, assigned unit, retiree or
veteran with less than 20 years,
and last known address. More
info provided better/easier
chance to locate your pal.,
Army: Retiree: Army
Reserve Personnel Center, Attn:
ARPC-VSE-VS, 9700 Page
Ave., St. Louis, MO 63132-
5200.
No address for veterans riot
serving a reserve obligation.
Na\A: Retiree or veteran:
Navy Worldwide Locator,
Bureau of Na'al Personnel
Pers-312, 5720 Integrity
Drive, Millington, TN 38055-
3120. Letters will be forwarded
if possible. You can also call
, (901) 874-3388. Recording 24
hours per day, live assistance
available M-F, 7 a.m.- 4:30
p.m., Central Time.
Air Force: The Air Force
Worldwide Locator can find
active-duty personnel as well as,
retiree, reservists and 'members
of the Air National Guard.
HQAFPC/MSMIDL, 550 C
St. west, Suite 50 Randolph Air
Force Base, TX 78150-4752
Or call (210)565-2660 (live
assistance M-F 7:30 am-4:40
p.m. Central Time)
Marine Corps: The Marine
Corps is not able to assist in
locating former Marines.
Suggest you place an ad in
Leatherneck Magazine, which
has a monthly feature called
"Mail Call" that includes locator
requests. No charge and send it
to: Mail Call Editor,
PO Box 1775, Quantico,
VA 22134.
CoastGuard: Commanding
Officer (RAS), Coast Guard
Personnel Support Center, 444
S.E. Quincy St, Topeka, KS
66683-3591. Youan call (785)
339-3415 or fax requests to
(785) 339-3770.
Emergency locator:
Immediate family members can
contact the local chapter of the
American Red Cross or call
National Contact Center toll
free (800)FED-INFO.
(800)333-4636, M-F, 8am -8pm
Central Time.
Service Organizations may
be able to provide some assis-
tance. The Navy Times will
print short notices for free from
People looking for old military
S-. friends. Send request to: Times
Letters, Attn: Locator, 6883
S Commercial Drive, Springfield,
.VA 22159.
Also try the internet. It may
take some time and effort to find
S those old pals, but being able to
-. share the memories, hardships,
S triumphs of the military service
will be worth the cost.
;--- Above information from


Navy Times, Retirement sec-
tion, by Alex Keenan.


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Milton Garden Club gives awards for May and June


Residential Award:


Carl and Betty Judson

A hurricane can sometimes work
cto your advantage. It did for
Carl and Betty Judson,
(5200 Row Trail. Pace). After
Hurricane Ivan they put their
heads together and created a
beautiful place to entertain in
their backyard. One that can be
enjoyed by all who visit their
Pace home. The use of palm
trees incorporated in their land-
scape gives it a tropical look.


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businesss Award:


Burklow Pharmacy

Steve & Monique
Burklow have been in
, business for 8 years.
Burklow Pharmacy is on
' Woodbine Road in Pace.
Steve takes care of pre-
: scriptions and Monique is
,, credited for the beautiful
grounds. Mima Jo
Hutchsen is shown in the
1 photo with Steve
,Burklow. -
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tips to slash your cooli


With hot summer weather
just around the comer, now is
the time to give your home a
"check-up". Here are six tips
from the Comfort Institute to
make sure your air condition-
ing bills don't blow your cool!
1-Have your duct system
tested for leaks. Many assume
that windows and doors are the
major cause of a home's ener-
gy wasting air leaks. But
according to recent research by
the Department of Energy
(DOE), gaps, joints and dis-


connections in the typical
home's duct system are much
more significant. The DOE
states that the typical duct sys-
tem loses 25 to 40 percent of
the energy put out by the cen-
tral heat pump or air condition-
er. Authorities recommend hav-
ing an AC contractor test for
leaks and then seal them with a
brushed on fiber-reinforced
elastomeric sealant. Duct tape
usually dries out and fails. It
turns out duct tape is great for
many things, but sealing ducts
isn't one of them!
2-Ask your AC contractor
to perform an Infiltrometer
"Blower door" test. The blow-
er door is a computerized
instrument originally invented
by the Department of Energy. It
pinpoints where your home's


worst air leaks are, such as
duct leaks, and also measures
how leaky the overall house is.
Many home have significant
air leaks into the attic; hot
dusty air often gets drawn in
through recessed can lights and
pull. down stairs. New sealing
products are available to fix
these significant leaks. Many
AC contractors offer in
Infiltrometer test as part of a
"Whole House Health &
Comfort Checkup" that also
checks insulation levels and
overall duct performance.
3-Close your fireplace
damper. Did you remember to
close it last time you used the
fireplace? Shut it now or waste
precious cool air all summer
long!
4-Replace your air condi-


tioner or heat pump air filter.


Most systems need this done
every month to ensure safe and
efficient operation. Keep for-
getting to do it? Ask your AC
contractor for information on
an extended surface area whole
house air filter that only needs
to be replaced once a year. It
also does a far better job of
keeping your equipment and
the air in your home clean.
5-Have your air condition-
er cleaned and tuned. A pre-
season tune up is a great invest-
ment. It reduces the chances of
breakdowns in the middle of
summer and more than pays for
itself through more energy effi-
cient operation. Make sure the
AC contractor cleans both the
indoor and outdoor heat trans-
fer coils, and checks refrigerant


ng bills

gas charge by measuring
"super heat" or "subcooling."
6-Consider replacing your
old air conditioner or heat
pump. Just like a car, central
cooling equipment doesn't last
forever. However, government
and utility research has found
that over 90% of newly
installed high efficiency sys-
tems have energy wasting mis-
takes. Do some homework
before talking to contractors.
For more information, visit
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Print out the free Comfort
Institute reports "Tips and
Secrets to Buying a New
Heating and Cooling System"
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Right: Kira Cabaniss was
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Hackney graduates
Coast Guard Center
(FHTNC)-Coast, Guard
Seaman Joshua N. Hackney,
son of Pamela A. and Gary L.
Hackney of Pace, FL, recently
graduated from the U.S. Coast
Guard Recruit Training Center
in Cape May, NJ. During the
eight-week training program,
Hackney completed a vigorous
training curriculum consisting
of academics and practical
instruction on water safety and
survival, military customs and
courtesies, seamanship skills,
first aid, fire fighting and
marksmanship. A major
emphasis is also placed on
physical fitness, health and
wellness.
Hackney and other recruits
also received instruction on the
Coast Guard's core values-
honor, respect and devotion to
duty-and how to apply them
in their military performance
and personal conduct. Hackney
will join 36,000 other men and
women who comprise Coast
Guard's force.
Men and women train
together from the first day in
the Coast Guard just as they do
aboard ships and shore units
throughout the world. To rein-
force the team concept,
Hackney, and other recruits
were trained in preventing sex-
ual harassment, drug and alco-
hol awareness, civil rights
training, and the basics of the
work-life balance, as well as
total quality management.
Hackney is a 2003 graduate
of Tate High School of
Cantonment, FL.

Saxon visits
Jebel Ali
(FHTNC)-Navy Lt. j. g.
Silva N. Saxon, son of Peggy
Milsted of Milton, FL, and his
fellow shipmates assigned to
the aircraft carrier USS Ronald
Reagan made a port visit to
Jebel Ali, United Arab
Emirates while on a scheduled
deployment as part of Carrier
Strike Group (CSG) 7.
The port visit gave Saxon's
unit a chance, to experience a
different culture and strengthen
the 'relationship between the
United Arab Emirates and the
coalition of maritime forces.
CSG-7 has been conducting
maritime security operations
(NISO) in the 5th Fleet area of'
operations.
MSO sets the conditions for
security and stability in the
maritime environment, and
supports the counter-terrorism
and security efforts of regional
nations. MSO denies interna-
tional terrorists use of the mar-
itime environment as a venue
for attack or to transport per-


sonnel, weapons or other mate-
rials.
Carriers like Ronald
Reagan are deployed through-
out the v.orld to maintain U.S.
presence and provide rapid
response in time of crisis. They
serve as a highly visible deter-
rent to would-be aggressors
and are equipped with the most
versatile and powerful
weapons and aircraft available.
Saxon is a 1994 graduate of
Escambia High School of
Pensacola, FL and joined the
Navy in October 1994.

Brown joins
the Army DEP
Stephen G. Brown has
joined the United States Army
under the Delayed Entry
Program. The program gives
young men and women the
opportunity to delay entering
active duty for up to one year.
The enlistment gives the
new soldier the option to learn
a new skill, travel and become
eligible to receive as much as
$50,000 toward a college edu-
cation. After completion of
basic military training, soldiers
receive advanced individual
training in their career job spe-
cialty prior to being assigned to
their first permanent duty sta-
tion.
Brown, a prior-service
member, enlisted for three
years and was assigned
to Fort Hood, Killeen,
Texas, as a radiology specialist.
The recruit is a 2004 gradu-
ate of Milton High School,
Milton, FL.

Haas is promoted
to Captain
Christopher T. Haas has
been promoted to the rank of
Captain in the U.S. Air Force.
Haas, a logistics readiness
officer, is assigned to the 437th
Airlift \'ing. Charleston Air
Force Base, SC. He has served
in the military for four years.
He is the son of Samuel J. and
Ard\the E. Haas of Dracena
\Va), Gulf Breeze, FL. His
wife-Trisha, is the daughter
of Keith A. Furrow and
Georgiene Leonarkis-Furrow
of Norwich Drive, Gulf
Breeze.
The captain graduated in
1997 from Gulf Breeze High
School,, arid received a bache-
lor's degree in 2001 from the
University ,of South Florida,
Tampa.

Morgan deployed
Army National Guard Staff
Sgt. William G. Morgan II has
been mobilized and activated
for a future deployment to an
undisclosed overseas location
in support of Operation Iraqi


Freedom.
Operation Iraqi Freedom is
the official name given to mili-
tary operations involving mem-
bers of the U.S. armed forces
and coalition forces participat-
ing in efforts to free and secure
Iraq. Mission objectives focus
on force protection, peacekeep-
ing, stabilization, security and
counter-insurgency operations
as the Iraqi transitional govern-
ing bodies assume full sover-
eign powers to govern the peo-
ples 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 governmental infra-
structure, and training and
preparing Iraqi military and
security forces to assume full
authority and responsibility in
defending and preserving
Iraq's sovereignty and inde-
pendence as a democracy.
Morgan, ,an avionics sys-
tems repairman with 18 years
of military service, is regularly
assigned, to the 77th Aviation
Brigade, Camp Joseph T.
Robinson, North Little Rock,
AR.
He is the son of George G.
and Janyth. W. Morgan of
Venetian Gardens, Gulf
Breeze, FL.
His wife, Dee Ann, is the
daughter of Cecil and Jessie
Webb of Ouachita, Maumelle,
AR.
The soldier received an
associate degree in 1990 from
Southern Technical College,
Little Rock, AR.

Huseby joins
U.S. Army
Brett A. Huseby has joined
the United States Army under
the Delayed Entry Program.
The program gives young men
and women the opportunity to
delay entering active duty for
up to one year.
The enlistment gives the
new soldier the option to learn
a new skill, travel and become
eligible to receive as much as
$50,000 toward a college edu-
cation. After completion of
basic military training, soldiers
receive advanced individual
training in their career job spe-
cialty prior to being assigned
to 'their first permanent duty
station.
The recruit qualifies for a
$20,000 enlistment bonus.
Huseby has reported to Fort
Benning, Columbus, GA, for
active duty. He is the son of
Kimberly D. Coppedge of
Watkins St., Milton, FL, and
Brett A. Huseby of Long Shore
Drive, Little Elm, TX.

Blass completes BT
(FHTNC)-Marine Corps Pfc.


Charles A. Blass, a 2005 grad-
uate of Navarre High School,
Navarre, FL recently complet-
ed basic training
at Marine Corps Recruit
Depot, Parris Island, SC and
was promoted to his current
rank.
Blass successfully complet-
ed 12 weeks of training
designed to challenge
new Marine recruits both
physically and mentally.
Blass and fellow recruits
began their training at 5 a.m.
by running three miles and per-
forming calisthenics. In addi-
tion to the physical condition-
ing program, Blass spent
numerous hours in classroom
and field assignments, which
included learning first aid, uni-
form regulations, combat water
survival, marksmanship, hand-
to-hand combat and assorted
weapons training. They per-
formed close order drill and
operated as a small infantry
unit during field training.
Blass and other recruits also
received instruction on the
Marine Corps'
core values honor,
courage and commitment, and
what the words mean in guid-
ing. personal and professional
conduct.
Blass and fellow recruits
ended the training phase with
The Crucible, a
54-hour team effort, prob-
lem-solving evolution, which
culminated with an emotional
ceremony in which the recruits
were presented the Marine
Corps Emblem, and were
addressed as "Marines" for the
first time since boot camp
began.

Mitchell graduates
from Mechanic Course
(FHTNC)-Marine Corps
Pfc. Matthew D. Mitchell, son
of
Barbara L. Reynolds of
Milton, FL recently graduated
from the Marine Corps' Basic
Refrigeration Mechanic
Course.


During the course students
concentrated on learning basic
electrical and refrigeration the-
ory, refrigeration systems and
refrigeration units. The course
also covers maintenance and
repair of air conditioners and
bulk refrigeration equipment.


Mitchell is a 2003 graduate
of Milton High School of
Milton, FL. and joined the
Marine Corps in June 2005.


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Touch of Love holds children's graduation


"A Touch of Love
Children's Center" held their
18th annual graduation pro-
grams Friday, May 19th. Two
programs were held because of
the double amount of children
graduating this year. This was
due to the new Florida
Voluntary Pre-K. The vision of
the VPK is "that Florida's chil-
dren are eager to learn and
ready to succeed when they
enter kindergarten." This won-
derful program is free to all
children that will be four by
September 1st. The
teacher/child ratio is low,
teachers must meet high stan-
dards and the curriculum must
be developmentally appropri-
ate. We focus on early literacy
skills along with physical
health, social and emotional
development and several other


areas that the VPK standards
require. A "special thank you"
from Linda Amore to all the
teachers for a job well done.
The children and their parents
will not forget your hard work
and dedication. Thank you par-
ents for allowing us the oppor-
tunity to be a part of your chil-
dren's lives. We wish them a
great start as they prepare to
enter Kindergarten. The future
is in the hands of the next gen-
eration so it is also important to
teach our children to have high
morals, show love for one
another and be fair and caring
individuals.
The 2006 graduates are: J.
Elliott's class Hunter
Barnhill, Tripp Conor, Dre
Grace, John Gunther,
Samantha Harrison, Ty


Kirchharr, Marisa Medina,
Morgan Powell, Zachary Sahin,
and Tucker Smith;
T. Rearick & L. Ray's class
- Jacob Allsup, Maria Brown,
Brandon Connor, Cheyenne
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S t l W MSection B


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Chief k
Hello&eterans!
S'oe- som esueciLons
regarding '"SBP .'Survior's
Benefit Plan) and thought I'd
pass along what I found out. If a
retired veteran is over 70 years
of age and has been paying into
SBP for 30 years, they the veter-
an will no longer have to pay the
SBP premiums. Hard to believe,
huh? Finally getting a much-
needed break after paying pre-
miums all those years!
One more thing about SBP.
This if for those surviving
spouses (usually the lovely
ladies). When a surviving
spouse is in receipt of SBP, and
finds 'someone she would like to
marry, she can retain SBP if she
is over 55 years of age. If she
remarried under the age of 55,
her SBP is suspended. Upon the
death of that spouse, the SBP is
started again..
Thought I'd pass along
some info on how to get in
touch with some long lost mili-
tary pals. This locator service is.
free to immediate family mem-
bers and federal and state gov-
ernment officials. Extended
family members, civilian
friends and others must pay a-
nonrefundable fee of $3.50 by
check or money order payable
to U.S. Treasury.
Information needed: Full
name, assigned unit, retiree or
veteran with less than 20 years,
and last known address. More
info provided better/easier
chance to locate your pal.'
Army: Retiree: Army
Reserve Personnel Center, Attn:
ARPC-VSE-VS, 9700 Page
Ave., St. Louis, MO 63132-
5200.
No address for veterans not
serving a reserve obligation.
Navy: Retiree or veteran:
Navy Worldwide Locator,
Bureau of Naval Personnel
Pers-312, 5720 Integrity
Drive, Millington, TN 38055-
3120. Letters will be forwarded
if possible. You can also call
(901) 874-3388. Recording 24
hours per day, live assistance
available M-F, 7 a.m.- 4:30
p.m., Central Time.
Air Force: The Air Force
Worldwide Locator can find
active-duty personnel as well as
retiree, reservists and members
of the Air National Guard.
HQ AFPC/MSMIDL, 550 C
St. west, Suite 50 Randolph Air
Force Base, TX 78150-4752
Or call, (210)565-2660 (live
assistance M-F 7:30 am-4:40
p.m. Central Time)
Marine Corps: The Marine
Corps is not able to assist in
locating former Marines.
Suggest you place an ad in
Leatherneck Magazine, which
has a monthly feature called
"Mail Call" that includes locator
requests. No charge and send it
to: Mail Call Editor,
PO Box 1775, Quantico,
VA 22134.
CoastGuard: Commanding
Officer (RAS), Coast Guard
Personnel Support Center, 444
S.E. Quincy St, Topeka, KS
66683-3591. You can call (785)
339-3415 or fax requests to
(785) 339-3770.
Emergency locator:
Immediate family members can
contact the local chapter of the
American Red Cross or call
National Contact Center toll
free (800)FED-INFO.
(800)333-4636, M-F, 8am -8pm
Central Time.
Service Organizations may
be able to provide some assis-
tance. The Navy Times will
print short notices for free from
people looking for old military
- friends. Send request to: Times
Letters, Attn: Locator, 6883
S Commercial Drive, Springfield,
VA 22159.
Also try the internet. It may
take some time and effort to find
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will be worth the cost.
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Milton Garden Club gives awards for May and June


Residential Award:


Carl and Betty Judson ,

A hurricane can sometimes work
to your advantage. It did for
Carl and Betty Judson,
(5200 Row Trail, Pace). After
Hurricane Ivan they put their
heads together and created a
beautiful place to entertain in
their backyard. One that can be
enjoyed by all who visit their
Pace home. The use of palm
trees incorporated in their land-
scape gives it a tropical look.


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business Award:


Burklow Pharmacy

Steve & Monique
Burklow have been in
business for 8 years.
Burklow Pharmacy is on
Woodbine Road in Pace.
Steve takes care of pre-
scriptions and Monique is
credited for the beautiful
grounds. Mima Jo
Hutchsen is shown in the
photo with Steve
Burklow. .


tips t

connections in the typical
) home's duct system are much
more significant. The DOE-
states that the typical duct sys-
tem loses 25 to 40 percent of
the energy put out by the cen-
tral heat pump or air condition-
Ler er. Authorities recommend hav-
is ing an AC contractor test for
a leaks and then seal them with a
ps brushed on fiber-reinforced
to elastomeric sealant. Duct tape
n- usually dries out and fails. It
l turns out duct tape is great for
m many things, but sealing ducts
isn't one of them!
hee 2-Ask your AC contractor
to perform an Infiltrometer


er-
ut
by
gy
is-


"Blower door" test. The blow-
er door is a computerized
instrument originally invented
by the Department of Energy. It
pinpoints where your home's


to slash your cooling

worst air leaks are, such as tioner or heat pump air filter, gas c
duct leaks, and also measures Most systems need this done "super
how leaky the overall house is. every month to ensure safe and 6-C
Many home have significant efficient operation. Keep for- old air
air leaks into the attic; hot getting to do it? Ask your AC pump.
dusty air often gets drawn in contractor for information on cooling
through recessed can lights and an extended surface area whole forever
pull down stairs. New sealing house air filter that only needs and uti
products are available to fix to be replaced once a year. It that c
these significant leaks. Many also does a far better job of install
AC contractors offer in keeping your equipment and teams ha
Infiltrometer test as part of a the air in your home clean, takes.
"Whole House Health & 5-Have your air condition- before
Comfort Checkup" that also er cleaned and tuned. A pre- For m
checks insulation levels and season tune up is a great invest- ,
overall duct performance. ment. It reduces the chances of .
3-Close your fireplace breakdowns in the middle of Print
damper. Did you remember to summer and more than pays for Institu
close it last time you used the itself through more energy effi- Secrets
fireplace? Shut it now or waste cient operation. Make sure the Heating
precious cool air all summer AC contractor cleans both the and "H
long! indoor and outdoor heat trans- Heatin
4-Replace your air condi- fer coils, and checks ii ii.iiian Contrac


bills


charge by measuring
heat" or "subcooling."
consider replacing your
r conditioner or heat
Just like a car, central
g equipment doesn't last
x. However, government
ility research has found
over 90% of newly
ed high efIiricn,) sys-
ave ener.r! wasting mis-
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ore information, visit
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out the free Comfort
te reports "Tips and
s to Buying a New
g and Cooling System"
[ow to Identify a Good
g and Cooling
ctor."


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just around the comer, now
the time to give your home
"check-up". Here are six ti
from the Comfort Institute
make sure your air condition
ing bills don't blow your coo
1-Have your duct system
tested for leaks. Many assure
that windows and doors are t]
major cause of a home's ene
gy wasting air leaks. B
according to recent research 1
the Department of Energ
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Sports


Champs
Continued From Page One
"This has been a perfect
year," said Matt Lewis, who
was also a member of the Pace
football team which lost in the
Class 4A semi-finals to Ponte
Vedra Beach Nease. "It is over-
whelming when you think
about it.
"As a senior there are no
words to describe how this year
has been, but I am definitely
glad to go out this way."
Even Pace Principal Frank
Lay, who coached at Pace, can't
remember a year like the 2005-
06 school year.
"I cannot recall a year like
this ever," said Lay. "With three
teams going to the final four it
sets its own standard.
"The Class of 2006 has
really impressed me and I am
not easily impressed."
But Lay warns about ,get-
ting spoiled by the successes of
this school year.
"We all will have to remind
ourselves, to be realistic with
out expectations and then shoot
for the stars," stressed Lay. "It
wouldn't be fair to put those
high expectations on next
year's class."
For the underclassmen like
Caleb Gindl, they have fol-


Pace parei


entire tear


Daytona r


A very happy bunch of Pace Patriots arrive home to hundreds of fans cheering for the new 5A Slate
Baseball Champions.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


lowed the senior leadership in then the ball finds a hole and I
doing what it takes to get the knew something is fixing to
job done. happen'."
That is what has made this Something happened all-
group of Patriots so special. right.
"We knew we could get this Pace brought home the
done," said Gindl. "When we hardware.
were down on Wednesday "I felt like if any group
before our final at bat we said a would do it, it would be this
little prayer as a team. group," said Mike Bradford,,
"Drew gets on base and who's son is a shortstop and


third baseman for the Patriots.
"I knew these were good kids
representing us and they were
not going to pack it in.
"This happened for a rea-
son and it couldn't of happened
without, the support of the pace
people and fans."
But don't think the cup-
board will be bare next season
because Allen Ward, Bill
MacKie, Wade Schepper, Tim
Schnoor, Josh Sasser, Chris
Sorce, Matt Lewis, and Daniel
Vincent graduate..
There is still a core group of
juniors like Drew Cumberland,
Brad Hammac, Caleb Gindl,
Mike Bradford, Bear Comer,
Brad Hedges, Ryan Sorce and'
others who have tasted victory
like this once.
"This is going to make me
drive harder next year.," said
Gindl after arriving home on
Friday. "Never in my life have I
felt so good.

Story written by
Bill Gamblin. Reach him
at sports@srpressgazette.com
Pace senior Matt Lewis gives his
mother, Ann, a hug after return-
ing home with the team Friday
from Sarasota.


By BILL GAMBLIN-
PG Sports Editor
Matt Lewis almost came
unglued when Stephen Gindl
jokingly told him he wouldn't
be going to Sarasota.
"He told me he was going
to make sure I would be there,
even if he had to put me on
the bus himself," recalled
Gindl.
But why is his presence so
.important to Lewis and the
other Patriots?
':The elder Gindl has been
spending time with the
Patriots baseball team doing
devotionals before every
game since they played two
games in Daytona.
As a matter of fact since
the devotionals began the
Patriots have gone 23-1.
That one game occurred.
during the PowerAde Classic,
where Pace lost to Nice\ ille
17-4 in five innings.
"Ever since then they
make sure I am at the field
house," admitted Gindl.
So what is it about the
devotionals that have helped
the Patriots become a team?
"We have been putting
God first in everything we
do," said Lewis. "Since we
have started doing the
Fellowship of Christian,
Athletes devotionals we have
become.closer than any team I
have been a part of."
Caleb Gindl feels these
devotionals will become a
part of the team even after he
graduates.
"My dad has coached me
since I was knee high,'
recalled the younger Gindl.
"And I am sure he will be
doing these devotionals with
the team for many years to
come."


nt adopts


n after


oad trip


Stephen Gindl.
The key factor in all of
this is trust.
"If you trust your team-,
mates and trust in God then
everything will happen with
its purpose," said Caleb
Gindl. "Despite how easy
people might think you have
it, for athletes it is a lot hard-
er because so much is expect-
ed of you.
"These devotionals I feel
help to keep you grounded in:
life and remembering to put
your trust in God."
Stephen Gindl doesn't'
want any credit for the
Patriots success, and he is
quick to tell you the Patriots:
succeeded as a team.
"These young men came;
together as a team," said'
Stephen Gindl. "That is x hat
got them to Sarasota and they:
did it for (God)?"
So what did he tell Lewis:
after pulling his little joke,
prior to the state tournament-
in Sarasota?
"I told Matt I wouldn't'
have missed it for the world."
Story written by
Bill Gamblin. Reach him
at _por/tsr'l lre'.s'q'f azeit e.L'oHO


Cars make


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On May 13 the Pace High Band Boosters
held a car show to raise funds for the var-
ious band efforts. (Above) is a unique
view of the show and its surrounds from
the spare tire cover of Al Timo's 1953
Packard. (Above. right) Sam Archer and
his displays of various 1957 Chevy Bel
Aire's shows that one size does not fit all.
S(Right) Jay Hadder and his 1967 Pontiac
"-"- GTO shows that it has more than a tiger
-by the tail in this photo of American
Muscle. (Left) this 1937 Chevy Coupe
proves to be some hot stuff with all of the
flames.
Press Gazette photos
by Bill Gamblin


Wednesday, May 24, 2000-


The Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Page 2-C






Wednesday May 24 2008


Sports


Making a




racket at PJC


.(Above) Jessie Vandenburg, age 9, focuses on her swing as she works on her forehand during the USTPA's Tennis
Across America program held Saturday at the Pensacola Junior College courts. (Below) Tennis Pro Mario Alvarez
shows Chloe Hicks, age 9, that despite her height she can still serve a tennis ball over the net, but it would have to
be done in more of a direct manner.


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(Above) Hunter Wingate, age 11, workers on hisforehand during a drill, which was part of the
USTPA's Tennis Across America program held Saturday at Pensacola Junior College in Milton.
(Below) Juliet Wingate returns the ball back across the net after it was bounced to her by ten-
nis instructor/professional Mario Alvarez.
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin


Bear
Continued From Page One
"Today I was trying to run a dif-
ferent tempo than what you
;would use in running a
marathon.
"In a marathon you pick a
,target to race at and keep that
Tempo, but 10 seconds in the
,change of your pace can really
hurt you."
For Jordan she ran a much
i faster pace than she expected of
Herself.
"I wanted to run today's
,race below 30 minutes," said
Jordan. "I expected it to be a
much hillier course than it was.
"But I have found a new
run to compete in each year
since I have just located to the
area."
Following Saturday's run at
Bear Lake, the member of the
Pensacola Runners Association
held their annual meeting and
elected new officers.
Members will be planning
on additional runs for the calan-
der year, but those have not
been announced at this time.
For information on runs in
the area go to www.pensacola
runners.com

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


2006 PRA Bear Lake Trail Challenge Results


Pace's girls' cross-country coach Clint Martin collects his though
before Saturday's four-mile Bear Lake Trail Challenge hosted by the
Pensacola Runners Association.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Overall Male Winner 1 Chuan Nipolilano 22 2':
Kurt Russell 21:35 2 Curnis Prentice "2-:02
Male Master's Winner 3. Bentle, \\igins 2-:30
Paul Epstein 22:02 Female (age group 25-29)
Male Grand Master's Winner 1. Erin Giblon 3 '58
Gary Lambert 27:21 2. C\nthia Madden 42:44
Overall Female Winner Male (age group 30-34)
Rebecca Jordan 27:12 1. John Bradles 23:20
Female Master's Winner 2 C.le-n S.eck 26:40
Lisa Fairbanks 29:31 3. Dar RR.esch 28:20
Female Grand Master's Winner Female (age group 30-34)
Rhonda Shaffer 35:30 1. Siacie Rocklll 27:42
Male (age group.1-8) 2. Karen Trituschuh 28:10
1. Ei.jah-David Glick 34:09 Male (age group 35-39)
Male (age group 9-10) 1. Buck Heidegen 26:28
1. Daniel Glick 3-1:06 2. Geofi LaNne 28:35
Male (age group 13-15) Female (age group 35-39)
1. Austin Wilkins 27:15 1. Susan Pilgrim 32:04
2. Cody Lambert 28:00 2. Jane Rosier 33:04
3, Kenneth Humphres Jr. 39:26 3. Gail Fry 34:12
Female (age group 13-15) Male (age group 40-44)
1. Erin Grundel 45:56 1. David Glick 24:24
Male (age group 16-19 2. Michael Duray 26:20
1.Donald Davis 23:30 3. Bruce Barillas 26:27
2. Coty Chance .34:00 Female (age group 40-44)
Female (age group 16-19) 1. Eraena McKenzie 31:59
1. Danelle Keller 46:47 2. Junmi Ross 34:18
Male (age group 20-24) 3. Bonnie Grundel 38:17
1. Robert Blackwood 23:57 Male (age group 45-49)
2. Bryan Sarg 26:08' 1. Kenneth Humphres Sr. 24:46
3. Casey Bryant 27:05 2. Brian McMahon 26:48
Female (age group 20-24) 3. Tim Powers 28:30
1. Betsy Kealey 27:48 Female (age group 45-49)
2. Susan Ivey 39:35 1. Vicki Beaugh 36:27
3. Dana Keller 46:47 2. Sherry Readdy 50:05
Male (age group 25-29) 3. Karen Owen 50:42


Male (age group 50-54)
1 Robert Bro'.'.. ntield 2'y-39
ls-eph Pe,tsch -29 02
3. J'-n Ross 31-15
Female (age group 50-54)
1 .Phyllis Carr 37:36
2. Mary Goolson 50:42
Male (age group 55-59)
1. Michael Fry 29:50
2. Dan Carlson 32:26
3. Richard Lee 32:38
Female (age group 55-59)
1. Beverly MeElwee 43:54
2. Winnie Martin 48:09
3.-Jean Watson 53:46
Male (age group 60-64)
1. Mike Palmer 32:12
2. Mike Brucke 37:41
3. James Frydrychowicz 39:43
Male (age group 65-69)
' 1. Donald Mayo 49:50
Female (age group 65-69)
1. Betty Leverton 41:10
Male (age group 70-74)
1. Norb Leckbvand 46:30
Female (age group 70-74)
1. Carol Leckband 42:13
2. Gay Ambrosi 49:56


Male (age group 75-79)
1. Al Ambrosi
Male (age group 80-99)
1. Warren Garmeson


49:55

59:10


The Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Page 3-C






The Santa Rosa Press Gazette


I -r Sports

Sports


Wednesday, May 24, 2006,


Continued From Page One
River."
Overall 88 boats participat-
ed in the inaugural tournament
hosted by the United Way of
Santa Rosa County with the
help of the Three Rivers Bass
Club.
"'I am thrilled as this tourna-
ment exceeded our expecta-
tions," said Rebecca Frenkel,
who does public relations for
the United Way of Santa Rosa
County. "We had 30 boats come
in and register on Friday night
"And for the most part we
have only gotten positive feed-
back about the tournament."
One person who was all
smiles after the tournament
despite finishing fourth with his
partner Gary McDonald, was
Larry McDonald.
Larry caught one fish on the
Yellow River that was worth
$224.14 a pound.
Larry McDonald and his
partner took home the money
for fishing fourth as well as the
money for the biggest fish.,
which weighed in at 6.38
pounds.
a "We fished hard all day,"
said Larry. "All day long the
fish weren't hitting' the bait, but
just come up and hold it.
"When I realized I had a


Ross and Johnson had a
good size fish, but the key to
their success was they had other
fish to go with it.
"When you only catch 12
pounds with all of these good
fisherman you have a problem,"
said Ross. "We were fortunate
that Larry didn't have anything
to go with his big fish or we
would have been in a lot of
trouble."
While most of the top teams
fished the Yellow River, the
second place team of Chris
Craft and Danny Dickson
stayed on the Blackwater to
weigh in a five fish limit of 11.4
pounds.'
"It was a hot and long day
out there," said Danny Dixon.
"After 8 a.m. the fish had pretty
much quit biting.
"But despite all of that we
kept fishing and fishing very
hard."
Probably the biggest person
hooked by all of this is the
United Way of Santa Rosa
County's executive director
Guy Thompson.
"I am shocked at the suc-
cess of this event," said
Thompson while watching the
weigh-in. "This is a great way
for us to get ready to kick off
our 2006 campaign drive.
"Christie (Griffin), and
Rebecca have done an excellent
job with this tournament."
But several months ago
Thompson wouldn't have been


United Way of
Santa Rosa
County's
Inaugural Bass
Tournament
Results

1. Mark Ross and Sterling
Johnson 12.66 pounds
2. Chris Craft and Dann\
Dickson 11.4 pounds
3. Eddie Rhodes and Paul
Pugh 11.1 pounds
4. Larry McDonald and
Gary McDonald 10.4
pounds
5. Daniel Thomas and Mitch
Gardner 10.24 pounds
6. Timothy Taylor and joey
Mann 9.98 pounds
7. David Foshee and Larr\
Foshee 9.96 pounds
8. lack Jerkins and Kenn\
Person 9.24 pounds
9. Otto Knowles 8.92
pounds
10. Phillip Smith and Jeff
Pollard 8.92

Big Fish
Larry McDonald and Gar\
McDonald 6.38 pounds
thought, they were over their-
heads," admitted Thompson:
"But they had the right connec-
tions and worked with the right
people to make this the first
annual of what will be many
more fishing tournaments to
come.


(Above) Despite getting a hook in his thumb from the last fish he caught, Phillip Smith was a trooper aid
helped conduct the weigh-in Saturday afternoon for the 88 entries in the United Way of Santa Rosa
County's Inaugural Bass Tournament. (Below) Mitch Gardner (left) and Daniel Thomas show two of their
big fish which helped them earn, the check for fifth place with a total weight of 10.24 pounds.
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin


Thursdity, May 25, 2006
" .1- 4:21 AM Moon rise
5:48 AM Sun rise
9:58 AM 2.03 Feet
6:25 PM Moon set
7:41 PM Sun set
9:15 PM -0.50 Feet

Friday, May 26, 2006
5:01 AM Moon rise
5:48 AM Sun rise
10:33 AM 2.21 Feet
7:33 PM Moon set
7:42 PM Sun set
10:14 PM -0.59 Feet

Saturday, May 27, 2006
12:33 AM New. Moon .
5:47 AM Moon rise
11:18 AM 2.28 Feet
7:42 PM Sun set
8:40 PM Moon set
11:20 PM -0.60 Feet

Sunday, May 28, 2006
5:47 AM Sun rise
6:39 AM Moon rise
12:09 PM 2.27 Feet
7:43 PM Sun set
9:41 PM Moon set


Pensacola Bay
Thursday, May 25, 2006
4:22 AM Moon rise
5:49 AM Sun rise
9:14 AM 1.69 Feet
6:26 PM Moon set
7:42 PM Sun set
7:58 PM -0.41 Feet

Friday, May 26, 2006
5:02 AM Moon rise
5:49 AM Sun rise
9:49 AM 1.84 Feet
7;:34 PM Moon set
7:43 PM Sun set
8:57 PM -0.49 Feet

Saturday, May 27, 2006
12:33 AM New Moon
5:48 AM Moon rise
5:49 AM Sun rise
10:34 AM 1.90 Feet
7:43 PM Sun set
8:41 PM Moon set
10:03 PM -0.50 Feet

Sunday, May 28, 2006
5:48 AM Sun rise
6:40 AM Moon rise
11:25 AM 1.89 Feet
7:44 PM Sun set
9:42 PM Moon set
11:12 PM -0.48 Feet


Navarre Beach
Thursday, May 25, 2006
4:21 AM Moon rise
5:48 AM Sun rise
7:04 AM 1.70 Feet
6:24 PM Moon set
6:39 PM -0.27 Feet
7:41 PM Sun set

Friday, May 26, 2006
5:01 AM Moon rise
5:48 AM Sun rise
7:36 AM 1.82 Feet
7:30 PM -0.43 Feet
7:33 PM Moon set
7:41 PM Sun set

Saturday, May 27, 2006
12:33 AM New Moon
5:47 AM Moon rise
8:17 AM 1.86 Feet
7:42 PM Sun set
8:22 PM -0.51 Feet
8:39 PM Moon set

Sunday, May 28, 2006
5:47 AM Sun rise
6:39 AM Moon rise
9:02 AM 1.83 Feet
7:43 PM Sun set
9:15 PM -0.50 Feet
9:40 PM Moon set


Blackwater River
Thursday, May 25, 2006
4:21 AM Moon rise
5:48 AM Sun rise
10:54 AM 2.03 Feet
6:25 PM Moon set
7:42 PM Sun set
9:45 PM -0.50 Feet

Friday, May 26, 2006
5:01 AM Moon rise
5:48 AM Sun rise
11:29 AM 2.21 Feet
7:34 PM Moon set
7:43 PM Sun set
10:44 PM -0.59 Feet

Saturday, May 27, 2006
12:33 AM New Moon
5:47 AM Moon rise
5:48 AM Sun rise
12:14PM 2.28 Feet
7:43 PM Sun set
8:41 PM Moon set
11:50 PM -0.60 Feet

Sunday, May 28, 2006
5:47 AM Sun rise
6:39 AM Moon rise
1:05 PM 2.27 Feet
7:44 PM Sun set
9:42 PM Moon set


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Continued From Page One
after the Arrowhead Junior Golf
Tournament Championship title
July 28 through 30th at Beaver
Creek Golf Club in Zachary,
La.
Pace's Tyler Klava posted
two rounds of 80 to finish sec-
ond in the boys' 14-15 division
of the Pensacola Junior Open
eight shots behind eventual
medalist Landon Lyons, while
John Stefancik finished sixth
with rounds of 91 and 82.
In the boys 16-18 division
-Pace's Parnham Booker fin-
ished in fifth place overall with
rounds of 79 and 82, while Jake
Bradley, also of Pace, finished
10th with rounds of 90 and 86.
Baton Rouge's Garrett
Westbrook took the top honors
in the Pensacola Junior Open
with rounds of 79 and 75.
The next area tournament
will be The Memorial Junior
Classic at the Links at Shalimar
Pointe in Shalimar, Fla.

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


Continued From Page One
in the opening round of the
Tucson Regional, Griffin has
two hits as the Lady Tigers
defeated Marist 14-0 and
earned a re-match against the
Lady Buckeyes.
In the second game, Auburn
won 4-0 with Griffin scoring a
run when Tatiana Fernandez hit
a home run in the second.
Prior to entering NCAA
tournament play, Griffin hit her
career best eighth home run of
the season in the first round of
the Southeastern Conference
Tournament in a 4-1 loss to
Louisiana State.
Auburn, who was ranked
No. 25 nationally, finished the
season with a record of 36-22
overall as they played in the
regional finals for the first time
in team history.
This was the seventh sea-
son the Lady Tigers won 30 or
more games.


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


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WEDNESDAY

MAY 24, 2006


90 ANNOUNCEMENTS
92 AUCTIONS
94 MEETINGS
96 PERSONALS
98 TRAINING
EMPLOYMENT
102 DRIVERS
104 GENERAL HELP
106 HOME BASED
BUSINESS
108 HOTEL/MOTELS/
RESTAURANTS
110 LABOR
112 MANAGEMENT
114 MEDICAL
116 OFFICE WORK
118 PART TIME
120 PROFESSIONAL
122 RETAIL
124 SALES/
TELEMARKETING
126 SKILLS/TRADE
128 POSITIONS WANTED
GARAGE SALES -
STYLES SECTION-WED.
202 GARAGE SALES-SAT.
SERVICES
305 AUTO
310 BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
315 BUSINESS SERVICES
320 CHILD CARE
325 DOMESTIC
330 EQUIPMENT REPAIR
335 FINANCIAL SERVICES
340 HOME REPAIR
345 LAWN CARE
350 SENIOR CARE
355 SEWING/ALTERATIONS
360 MISCELLANEOUS
SANTA ROSA
REAL ESTATE-RENT
402 APARTMENTS
404 COMMERCIAL
406 HOMES
408 LAND
410 MOBILE HOMES
412 ROOMS FOR RENT
414 ROOMMATES WANTED
416 VACATION/RESORT
SANTA ROSA
REAL ESTATE-SALE
502 APARTMENTS
504 COMMERCIAL 8
506 HOMES
508 INVESTMENTS
510 LAND
512 MOBILE HOMES
514 VACATION/RESORT
PETS/ANIMALS
702 BOARDING
704 LIVESTOCK
706 LIVESTOCK SUPPLIES
708 PETS
710 PET SUPPLIES
712 LOST PETS
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
802 ANTIQUES
804 APPAREL
806 APPLIANCES
808 ARTS & CRAFTS
810 COMPUTERS
812 FARM EQUIPMENT
814 FURNITURE
816 JEWELRY
818 LAWN EQUIPMENT
820 LUMBER/HARDWARE
822 MUSICAL
INSTRUMENTS
824 OFFICE EQUIPMENT
826 SPORTING GOODS
828 ELECTRONIC
(STEREO.TV/VCR)
830 MISC./SALE
832 MISC./WANTED
834 LOST MERCHANDISE
TRANSPORTATION
902 AUTO SUPPLIES
904 CARS
906 BOATS
908 FARM EQUIPMENT
910 MOTORCYCLES
912 MOTOR HOMES
914 RECREATIONAL
916 SPORTS UTILITY
VEHICLE
918 TRUCKS
920 VANS
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as a whole. Absolute
Auction. May 20.
Furrow Auction Co.,
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Lic. #0872.

ESTATE AUCTION,
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cruise. Colquitt
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premium. Rowell
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Drivers
AMERICA'S DRIV-
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Start your driving ca-.
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AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN
NEEDED
Must Be Certified In Air
Conditioning & Have Experience
In Diagnostics & Drivability
Apply in person at:
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4916 Glover Lane in Milton
No phone calls please!





SALESPERSON
$320 Salary + Bonus
Benefits &
Advancement Opportunities

Key Auto Liquidation
4340 Avalon Blvd. Milton, FL
Ask for Coach Gordon
850-983-3000


102
Drivers
DRIVER
DEDICATED RE-
GIONAL Guaran-
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DRIVER TRAINEES
NEEDED NOW!
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60% of our drivers
get home nightly/.
weekly.. 15-day CDL
training available in
your area. Call:
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DRIVER-
DRIVERS*LOOK
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Co. $700 to
$1200/week. In
State & Southeast
runs. Must have 2
years CDL experi-
ence. (800)229-
5248, x219.
NOW HIRING
No CDL required.
Truck driver with
tractor trailer and
forklift experience a
must. 623-5385.


ty to quickly and accurately report on local
events. Some weekend and evening hours
required. Phone Jim Fletcher: 623-2120.
The Press Gazette is a drug-free workplace and an equal
opportunity employer.


102
Drivers
DRIVER-HIRING
QUALIFIED DRIV-
ERS for Central
Florida Local & Na-
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tions. Food grade
tanker, no hazmat,
no pumps, great
benefits, competitive
pay & new equip-'
ment. Need 2 years
experience. Call By-
num Transport for
your opportunity to-
day. (800)741-7950.
DRIVERS $1500.00
bonus every 6
months. OTR, Ex-
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year Experience
Class A with tank &
hazmat. Call
(877)882-6537.
www.oakleytran-
sport.com.
DRIVERS FLATBED
AL, GA & FL Dispatch
$1,700 SIGN ON
BONUS
Home 2 + nights
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Pre-loaded & Tarp-
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401K in only 90
days!
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TRANSPORT
Must be at least 23
yrs old & 1 yr. OTR
Flatbed Exp.
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1-800-494-8471
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and pay!J 1 year
tractor trailer experi-
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this and more call 1-
800-256-6691
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om (888)808-5846.


SMALL ACCOUNTING OFFICE IN PACE
Answering Phones & Filing Required.
Knowledge Of Bookkeeping,
Quickbooks & Spreadsheets A Plus!
Strict Non-Smoking Environment
Send Resume To:
Accounting Assistant
4212 Hwy. 90, #141
Pace. FL, 32571
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Drivers
DRIVERS: 5 Co.
Needed!!
HOME DAILY!
$45K/YR! Benefits
& Weekly Pay! Haz-
mat/Tanker end.
Reg. Rollie:
866-250-3394
www.work4qc.com
EVERGREEN
TRANSPORTA-
TION needs Drivers
to run the 13 SE
states with both
weekly and week-
end home time. We
offer good pay and
benefits..... Company.
pays $1000. sign-eon'-
bonus. If you are at
least 23 years old
and have a good
driving record w/
HAZMAT endorse-
ment, please come
by our terminal lo-
cated at: 300 Hwy.
95A, Cantoment, FL
across from IP pa-
per mill or call 968-
1702
0/0 DRIVER FFE,
The F/S is higher
here! $1.11 Avg.
$2,000 sign-on
$2,600 Referral Bo-
nus. Base Plate pro-
vided. No truck no
problem. Low pay-
ment with short
lease. (800)569-
9298.


15 DAY LOCAL
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Major carriers hlrpg on site
*Tullion Assistance if qualified
For over 29 years-
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America's Truckersl
CALL TODAY!
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Milton, FL
800-709-7364

104
General Help
COOK NEEDED for
Bayou Cafe.
Monday-Friday
Call 994-9232.


104
General Help
A COOL TRAVEL'
Job. Now hiring (18-
24 positions).
Guys/Gals to work
and travel entire
USA. Paid training,
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(888)272-2732.
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Call for immediate
interview!-
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9am-5pm
ALARM TECHNI-
CIAN NEEDED
Experience & certifi-
cation welcome, but
not required. Train-
ing provided for right
candidate seeking to
excel in burglar/firm
alarm industry. Must
have positive atti-
tude, ambitious, will-
ingness to learn &
comprehend new
concepts. Security
Engineering, Inc.,
2416 Executive
Plaza, Pensacola,
FL, 32504
Fax: 484-9336
security@seceng.com
BAILEY'S
PENNY PANTRY
Now Hiring Cashier
for 3840 Hwy 90,
Pace 994-7801

BOB'S CANOE
Needs
drivers/loaders with
good driving record.
Call 623-5457.
CLEANING PER-
SON needed. Seri-
ous long term em-
ployment applicants
only. Must be relia-
ble, dependable. &
have own car. Call
994-1785
E-Z! CASH! $500-
$1,000 per week
and more! Simply
returning phone
calls part time from
home. No Selling,
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With Paid Vacations, Training, College
Scholarships. Entry Level OK
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Call Right Now:
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104
General Help
GENERAL MAIN-
TENANCE & land-
scaping for office
and home. 40 hrs. a
week. Speak to Lois
or Diane: 995-4598
HELP WANTED
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assembling CD cas-
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lifting, bending and
stair climbing. Cus-
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ed. Must be present-
able and drug free.
Call: 995-8335
Mon-Fri. 8am-6pm.
Leave message.
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with people a must.
Call: 623-2011 for
an interview or fax
resume to: 626-2260
JANI KING
NOW HIRING
For cleaning jobs in
Pensacola
*1 immediate full
time cleaning posi-
tion for days $7/hr
*Temp. summer
positions available
(must be over age
18) 32-40 hrs/wk.
Call: 221-9587
or 341-2164

WAREHOUSE/
DELIVERY PERSON
Full Time Apply in
person. Badcock
Furniture, 4815
Glover Lane, Milton


104
General Help
LOVING
PRESCHOOL
TEACHERS
wanted. Apply at
Tender Heart Learn-
ing Center at Avalon
Baptist Church.
Sign-up for summer
programs starting
May 1st. Call for
more info or
apply in person.
626-0117
MEDICAL AIDE
wanted in Pace. Sit-
ter, for invalid, Mon-
day thru Friday. Can
use separate person
for S.,i.'Sun Prefer
aid have no small
children at home for
health reasons.
Hourly rate/experi-
ence. Call for inter-
view work starts
Thursday/Friday.
994-0868.
NOW HIRING FOR
2006 POSTAL
JOBS $18/hour
Starting, Avg. Pay
$57K/year Federal
Benefits, Paid Train-
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No Experience
Needed! (800)584-
1775 Ref #P4901
PART TIME handy-
man or lady. No ex-
perience needed.
References re-
quired. 626-8973.
PLANT NURSERY -
General nursery
work, full time.
Some experience
desired. Part time
possible. 983-9121.
SMILE!
YOU'RE HIRED!
All applicants over
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apply. Here is a year
round job with paid
vacations, training,
college scholar-
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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 adveriisermenri
does not con'iluire
an agreement to
publish said adver-
tisement. Publication
of an a3ivenisemenl
does nrot conslintue
an -igreemerint or
continued publica-
tion.
TEACHERS WANT-
ED! Over 50' South
Carolina school dis-
tricts interviewing at
the annual SC EX-
PO for Teacher Re-
cruitment in Colum-
bia, SC, June 12.
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online at: ,www.cer-
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online teaching ap-
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at:
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WANTED. Immedi-
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than Eagle: Copy
Editor, Reporter,
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terprise Ledger:
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News Clerk. Jack-
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Professional

DIRECTOR OF
CHILDREN'S
MINISTRY
Seeking a vibrant,
energetic person
w/a heart for chil-
dren to build up our
children's ministry &
take our successful-
ly launched after
school care to a
new level. Respon-
sibilities include:
*Director of After
School Care; man-
aging our success-
fully growing pro-
', gram! *Directing
'children & youth
ministries; including
Sunday school,
Wed. night Kidz
Klub, camp, VBS, &
other activities. Sal-
ary $20K annually.
Immediate opening,
currently accepting
applications. All
applicants should
immediately send
a resume to:
Chumuckla UMC
Attn: Donna Lee,
Director of Pastoral
Care, 9475 Chu-
muckla Hwy., Jay,
FL 32565 or e-mail:
agmcford @yahoo.com
For further info call:
995-4261


124
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
benefit package:
2 retirement funds,
health insurance,
paid vacation,
convention trips &
many others.
No experience
necessary. We
have on the job
training. Contact
Don Wiggins at:
983-7576 or
Fax
resume to:
850-682-1523
Liberty National
is an EOE
ODC05398

126
Skills/Trade
HEAVY EQUIP-
MENT OPERATOR
TRAINING FOR
EMPLOYMENT:
Bulldozers, Back-
hoes, Loaders,
Dump Trucks, Grad-
ers, Scrapers, Exca-
vators; National Cer-
tification, Job Place-
ment Assistance;
Associated Training
Services. (800)383-
7364 www.atsn-
schools.com.


310
Business
Opportunities
GREYHOUND
RACING DOG
OWNERSHIP. Mini-
mum 20% Profit
Guaranteed. We Do
the Work, You Have
the FUN! You Can't
Lose! Successful
Since 1989.
(888)988-9199.
www.G3Kennel.com

THOUSANDS OF
BUSINESSES For
Sale By Owners Na-
tionwide.. Preview
Business For Freel
Interested In Buying
Or Selling A Busi-
ness Call: GW
Merger (877)217-
8231 Or Visit
www.gwmerger.com
VENDING ROUTE
All cash Biz. Water,
Juice, Energy
Drinks, Soda,
Snacks, Candy.
Great, Equipment &
Support. Complete!
Financing Available
w/$7500 Down.
(877)843-8726.
BO#2002-037.
VENDING ROUTE!
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. Collect More per
Stop. Electronic
Snack/Soda. Great
Equipment/Support!
Financing Available
w/$6,000 Down.
(877)843-8726.
BO#2002-037.


DRIVERS:
WOULD YOU LIKE TO EARN

$50,000 Plus

Per year and be home weekends?

Dedicated Customer
Out of Pensacola area
No back-hauls
Paid odometer mileage
Loaded & Empty.
Excellent benefits and
Bonus program!
Call Billor Neal for details
@ 866-592-7006


SANTA ROSA COUNTY

HUMAN RESOURCES

EMPLOYMENTANNOUNCEMENT
***************************************
ATTENTION: The information given on your
application will be evaluated against the mini-
mum qualifications of the 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. Completed job
descriptions/supplemental questions can be
viewed at www.santarosa.fl.gov or obtained
from the Human Resources office.

Other than this announcement, no further
notification will be sent.
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Range: 16 $ 22,826.44 $ 25,196.14
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Building Inspector I (1300)
Range: 19 $ 12.73 per hour
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Probation Officer (1402)
Range: 19 $ 12.73 per hour
**Open Until Filled**

Crime Scene Technician I (1101)
Range: 15 $ 10.45 per hour
**Open Until Filled**

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

Assistant Library Manager (3304)
Range: 26 $ 37,403.81 41,286.79 DOQ
**Open Until Filled**


315
Business Services
ABLES & SON LLC
Trim, Carpentry,
Home Improve-
ments & More
Licensed & Insured.
Call: Johnny at:
(850) 698-1973
ALL PERSONAL
INJURIES ACCI-
DENT WRONG FUL
DEATH AUTO..
.MOTORCYCLE..
TRUCK..PREMISE..
PRODUCT SLIP &
FALL..PEDES-
TRIAN..ANIMAL
BITES A-A-A AT-
TORNEY Referral
Service (800)733-
5342. 24 Hrs. 100's
of Lawyers State-
wide.
ANN BARNHILL
TRUCKING
Dirt Work, Fill Dirt,
Crushed Asphalt,
Brown Dirt, Lime-
stone, Driveways,
Culverts & Mobile,
Homes Pads
Call for price:
(850) 623-3461
(850) 232-0670.
Free. Estimates!
ARTIE KELLER
STUCCO. Licensed
and Insured. Con-
ventional and Syn-
thetic Systems. No
job too big nor to
small. Call 698-8327
or 626-9164.
B & B HOME
IMPROVEMENTS
25 years experience.
Free estimates
Licensed & Insured
Call anytime!
(850) 981-3936
"No job too small!"
COKER'S LAWN &
TRACTOR Service,
from trimming to
,tractor work. Clean
ups, raking, hauling,
mowing, bushhog-
ging, dirt work. Rea-
sonable rates, free
estimate (850)623-
0493. Licensed & in-
sured.
DAN'S TRACTOR
works'. Licensed and
insured. Bush-hog-
ging. Discing. Front-
end loading. Debris
removal. Dan Fran-
cisco, owner. Cell
(850) 529-8718
Home (850) 623-
8697
DOUBLE "B" Land
Clearing. Backhoe
Work. Licensed and
Insured. Bryen Bal-
lard. (850)994-5740
or (850)232-1581.


315,
Business Services
DIVORCE $275-
$350*COVERS chil-
dren, etc. Only one
signature required!
*Excludes govt.
fees! Call weekdays
(800)462-2000,
ext.600. (8am-7pm)
Alta Divorce, LLC.
Established 1977.
DOUG'S LAWN
SERVICE
Mowing & Edging,
Trimming Bushes,
Landscaping, Mulch-
ing, Tractor work,
Gutter Cleaning &
full lawn services.
Owner operated and
a local yocal. Call
623-5370 or
(cell)850-324-9149
G&S HOME REPAIR
& MAINTENANCE
*Wood Privacy Fences
*Lawn Care
(Grass cutting, weed
eating & edging)
*Pressure Washing
Glen Turner Owner
-Licensed & Insured
Call: 994-4271 (home)
(850) 723-3724 (cell)
186*136903*2 (Nextel)

HOME & YARD
"Making Your Home
& Yard Look the
Way You Want"
261-2335
HOME SCHOOL
EVALUATOR
State Certified Teacher
Home School Mom
Located in Milton
WFHESL Member
Multiple Child Discount!
To Set Up Appt. Call:
JoAn Stead
626-3487
Limited Time,Only!
JLS ENTERPRISES
Locally owned and
operated. Ready to
assist in lawn mow-
ing, bushhogging,
debris removal, and
tractor work of all
kinds. Quality work
at reasonable pri-
ces.
Cell: 287-1937
Home: 957-4143

JOINER DUMP
truck and tractor.
-Bobcat and tractor
work. Driveways,
culverts, light land
cleaning. Site prep
and., clean up. Fill
dirt, brown dirt and
limerock hauling.
Michael Porter
(850)983-9888.
Tony Joiner
(850)573-0669


Library Manager (3303)
Range: 28 $ 41,286.79 $ 45,572.90'
DOQ
**Open Until Filled**

Planner 11 (6038)
Range: 25 $ 35,601.49 $ 39,297.38
DOQ
**Open Until Filled**

Engineer III (6097)
Range: 33 $ 52,850.62 $ 58,337.18
DOQ
**Open Until Filled**

Testing will be held on Thursday, June 1, 2006
for those positions that require testing as indi-
cated in the minimum requirements. All
applications, supporting documents and supple-
mental questions must be received on or before
Tuesday May 30, 2006 at 4:30pm in order to
schedule testing. The APPLICANT must con-
tact Human Resources on or before May 30,
2006 at 4:30 pm to receive a testing time for
the testing date mentioned above. **NO
EXCEPTIONS WILL BE MADE ON
DATE/TIME**

FOR EACH POSITION APPLIED FOR, ALL
SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONS AND ALL
REQUIRED SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS (i.e.
diplomas, transcripts, and/or certificates)
LISTED ON THE JOB DESCRIPTIONS,
MUST BE SUBMITTED BY THE'CLOSING
DATES NO LATER THAN 4:30pm. DOCU-
MENTS MAYBE DELIVERED BY US
MAIL, FAX, EMAIL, OR HAND DELIV-
ERED.



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

A Drug Free Workplace/EQUAL
OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER


315
Business Services


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

K & N LAWN
SERVICE
Mowing and debris
removal. Very rea-
sonable prices.
Call: 850-981-1612
or 850-791-0861
K&R LAWN CARE,
*Mowing *Edging
*String Trimming
*Hedge Trimming
*Clean-Ups
Kevin Roper
(850) 791-3853'
Licensed & Insured
LAND CLEARING &
DOZER/TRACTOR
WORK Specializing
in culvert installa-
tion, driveways, lev-
eling, root raking,
bushogging & disk-
ing. Equipment and
material transport
available. By the job
or hour. Call Billy
Rogers for estimates
957-4952 or 261-
8407
LOCAL HOME
REPAIR
Paint, drywall, trim
& tile. Fence repair
& installation. 10
years experience.
Contact Paul -
McMullen
(850) 723-9767.

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


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

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

R<REE
SERVICE
Tree removal, trim-
ming, stump grind-
ing. Free estimates!
Licensed & Insured.
Reasonable Prices!
Call: 623-2720 or
313-6194


315
Business Services
MOBILE HOME
BROKERS
Major and minor
repairs. Re-roof, pa-
tio covers, screen
rooms, leveling.
Locally owned
& operated
Free estimates
100% Financing WAC
Call 857-1051
NEED
BOOKKEEPING
For your small busi-
ness? Payroll ac-
counts payable
receivable, quarterly
reports & taxes. 15
years experience.
Call Brooke at:,
983-9147
NEW HOPE PAINT-
ING & WALLPA-
PERING *Drywall
repairs & patchwork
*Pressure cleaning
(homes, decks, pa-
tios, driveways &
sidewalks) *Carpen-
try work (crown
molding, paneling,
trim base & case, in-
stall cabinets & build
'decks) "Residential.
Interior/Exterior,
Family owned busi-
ness, over 30 years.
Call The Ericksens
today!. (850)723-
2550 or 623-6034


Divorce '108, Adoption '80
Name Change '55
FREE Typing, Call for
Worksheet (850) 434-7524
1850 N. "W"St. 8
(1 blk.N. of Flea Market)l
RANDALL WATT, LLC
Specializing in: Tree
& Debris Removal
Home Restorations
Privacy Fences
Decks & Patios
Licensed & Insured
Locally Owned &
Operated
Call: 723-9895
ROB'S RESIDENTIAL
REPAIRS "
You Relax, I Repair!"
Licensed & Insured
Rob Thurman
380-5326
rgbsrepairs@
mchsi.com
STUMP-EASE
STUMP GRINDING
Most removals $35
Discount for multiple
removals & Back-
yard accessible.
Local Contractor
Retired USN
Licensed & Insured
232-8746
THE MASTER'S
TOUCH
Bushhogging &
Lawn Services
Mowing, Fertilizing,
Bush & Tree Trim-
ming Call Steve:
(850) 939-3529
TOMMY'S LAWN
SERVICE
Grass cutting, weed
eating & other lawn
services, and pres-
sure washing. Call:,
623-3270
748-4718


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315
Business Services

TNT CARPORTS
R.V. & Boat covers
Buildings,
Garages.
Portable Sheds
CARPORTS
Single $595
Double $695.
12 X41-$1295
24 X 31 $1990
Galvanized Steel
Many sizes/colors.
Financing Available
Free delivery & setup
(850) 983-2296 or
Pager 505-1867
WE SPOIL your
pets when you can't.
Now open Red Woof
Inn Kennels and
Grooming by Jenni-
fer. Specializing in
pet care and groom-
ing. 626-2665.
320
/ Child Care
HOMEMAKER
WILL Babysit chil-
dren in her home am
or pm Call 626-9811
ask for Misty.
I AM a certified
child/seniorcare pro-
vider. Looking for a
Monday Friday po-
sition. My home or
yours.. CPR certi-
fied. Close to Whit-
ing Field. Call: 564-
4626 or 450-5080.
IN HOME
Stay at home mom
with 20 + years ex-
perience. Wants to
love your child while
you work. Milton
area. Call:995-8933
REGISTERED HOME
In Milton has 2
openings for infant
through 2 years old.
Mon Fri 7:00 am
to 4:30 pm. 6 1/2
years experience &
references available.
Registration #FR-
6159-S Please call
623-1670
REGISTERED
HOME Daycare has
2 openings for new-
borns to 5 yrs. of
age in 6am-5pm.
994-2354
325
Domestic
DEPENDABLE
HOUSEKEEPER
Seeking additional
clients: Over 15
years of experience!
References avail.
upon request.
Call: 994-6236
345
Lawn Care
CLARK'S LAWN
CARE General
Maintenance & All
Types of Tractor
Work Licensed &
Insured. Call: Mike
Clark at 626-2428
PAGE'S TREE
SERVICE
Trint, cut & remove
Call: 626-2159 (if no.
answer, please leave
message)
FIREWOOD $50. a
load and up

350
Senior Care

EXPERIENCED
CAREGIVER
Would like to help
you with your disa-
bled or elderly loved
ones. Available for
24 hour care. Call:
850-675-0483


350
Senior Care

GRANNY NANNIES
Affordable Home
Care Services.
Highly Qualified
Personal Care
Givers Includes
CNA and HHA
available up to 24
hrs a day/7days a
week. Serving San-
ta Rosa and Es-
cambia Counties.
Quality Home
Health Care Since
1990.
"A Helping Hand
and A Gentle Heart"
995-0599
Lic#NR30211252

MEDICAL ASSIS-
TANT needs elderly
to /take care of Mon-
day Friday. Please
contact Christina
850-698-9476

VISITING
ANGELS
SENIOR CARE
In home
Companionship
Meals
Light housework
*- Errands
477-3858


355
Sewing &
Alterations
ANNA DUCKSWORTH
360
Miscellaneous-
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ONLINE from Home.
*Medical, *Business,
*Paralegal, *Com-
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Justice. Job place-
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Computer provided.
Financial aid if quali-
fied. (866)858-2121
www.OnlineTidewa-
terTech.com.
FREE DIABETIC
SUPPLIES! MEDI-
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Call Us Toll Free
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rust stains!,
www.UNRUST.com.


402
Apartments
1 BEDROOM fur-
nished apartment
with central heat &
air. No pets. $400.
month, $250. depL
Call for appointment.
994-7246
FOR RENT
2/BR 1/BA apart-
ment with new car-
pet and paint. 6230
Woodward Lane.
$630/mth with
$630/deposit.
Call: 995-4831
UNFURNISHED
2BD/1 ba Duplex,
CH&A, WD connec-
tions, NO Pets $500
rent, $300 deposit,
Call For appoint-
ment. 994-7246

404
Commercial
FOR LEASE
Commercial
office/Warehouse
1,250 sq. ft.. with
bathroom. Call:
850-983-8540
OFFICE SPACE
FOR LEASE
6061 Dr's Park,
1,800 sf, newly ren-
ovated. 623-5618
406
Homes
2BR/1BA 1 Car ga-
rage. Next to walk-
ing trail. $650/mo. +
dep. w/ approved
credit. Call: 623-
0609

5066 SAINTS LANE
Milton 3BR/2BA
Nice Housel
Fenced, 2 car
garage, 1,400sf
$1,000/mo. + 1,000
dep. Credit checks.
698-8337
Ready June 1stl
FOR RENT
3/BR 2/BA Remo-
died with 2 1/2 car
garage & fire place.
On one acre of land.
$950/mth $900/de-
posit Call:623-3339


* 406
Homes

FOR RENT
3BR/2BA Water-
front home. 5084
San Miguel .'
$1,650/mo.

3BR/2BAHome ',
6603 Park Ave.,
Milton $650/mo.

3BR//2BA Home
5528 Wesley Dr.,
Milton $825/mo.

3BR/2BA Home
5565 Brentwater
PI., Gulf Breeze, FL -
$995/mo.

SANTA ROSA
REALTY
623-0077


FOR RENT Newly
remodeled brick'-
home. 3BR/2BA
w/in-ground 'pool.-
Quiet neighborhood-
close to 1-10 & town.
Cox Rd., East Milton
$1,250/mo. + $1,500q
security dep. (850)..
623-0327 leave
msg.

HOME FOR RENT
3/BR 1/BA $700/mth'
plus deposit. Pets''
OK. Call: 261-5660
HOMES FOR SALE.
17 acres with beautir:
ful 8 acre lake with 3,:
houses, barn, work-
shop, in ground
pool. Will subdivide..
$699,000.
Call:712-5983 or
994-1989.

HOUSE FOR RENT..
2+ bonus BR, 2 BA,
One of a kind
house.
Large private fruit.
garden,'located in
center of 5 acre
land. Hardwood
floors, barn & much,
more. 4417 S. Sperf-
cerfield Rd. Ready:'
06/01/06. $995 +
deposit, no pets '
(850) 623-0335 or,
(503) 910-9660
HOUSE FOR RENT'
4BR/2BA Brand *
new! $1150/mo.
$1,150 dep. ,
Animals OK 8270'
Welcome Rd. Miltorn
FL Convenient to
87, 90 & 1-10
pall: 261-11?7 or
936-8037
HOUSES FOR ?
RENT in Milton &-
Pace 3BR/2BA '
double car garage !
& fenced yard ,
$925/mo. $700dep,
Call 981-0495
JAY HOME
FOR RENT
New floors, bath,',
appliances & paint;
$750/mo. Call:
(850) 477-2931
REDUCED STONE-
BROOK VILLAGE
2 story 4,000 sq. fi.
5/BR 411/2/BA on 8th
Fairway.
SCall:712-5983 dr
994-1989.
RENTALS 2 to 3 BR
in Jay, Milton and.,
Pace. $400 to $65q
per month. Call:
994-5703 !

408
Land

HOMES FOR SALi
17 acres with beauti-
ful 8 acre lake with 8
houses, barn, work-
shop, in ground
pool. Will subdivide.
$699,000.
Call:712-5983 or
994-1989.

LAND FOR SALE:
Refer to
Classification
#510 :

410
Mobile Homes

2BR/1BA MOBILE
HOME in park. Total
electric, water/gar-
bage included.
$435/mo. +
$200/dep. Baycrest
Realty 994-7918:

3BR/2BA MOBILE
Pace/Milton area.'
Total electric. No.
pets. $750/mo. +:
$500/dep. Baycrest
Realty 994-7918:

FOR RENT
2/BR 1/BA Mobile
Home $475mth '
dep.& ref. Call:
850-537-6222 or'
850-499-7412.
FOR RENT OR SALE
2 BR mobile home
$450/mo. Good
credit only Cumble
Realty 981-1631:







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410
-Mobile Homes
MILTON COM-
PLETELY remod-
eled. Nice, furnish-
ed. 2BR/1BA utilities
included. Non
smokers. Single or
older couple $150
por week/last $200
deposit. 623-9112
MOBILE HOME for
rent Doublewide,
3/BR 2/BA total
electric, .like new.
Etstgate Mobile
Home Ranch. Call:
626-8973
AIOBILE HOMES
I FOR RENT
Milton 2BR/1BA
$400/mo / $400/dep
: Ward Basin
$550/mo / $550/dep
No Pets!
Call: 723-2532
416
Vacation & Resort

VACATION HOME
Come to the Smoky
Mountains! Two
Rivers Lodge on
Hwy. 19 Has rooms
w/kitchenettes,
beds & sofa beds
on 2 rivers. 5 miles
frbm Cherokee,
North Carolina Ca-
sinos, rafting, hiking
available. Call:
(850) 450-6342 or'
1'828-488-2284
www.tworivers
lodgenc.com

VACATION RENT-
AL Navarre Beach
1-bedroom town-
house sleeps 4 -
completely furnished
-pool soundside -
walk to the beach &
Gulf. Best rate on
beach. $700 wkly or
$375/week-end.
Call 623-9553.


452
Apartments,




The All New!
Jay

Apartments

FULLY RENOVATED ONE,TWO,AND
THREE BEDROOM UNITSNOW
AVAILABLE WAC.


850-983-699





504
Commercial
2 COMMERCIAL
BUILDINGS
FOR RENT
Good location in
Milton. Call:
623-5500
APPROX. 1,000 SF
storage w/office &
adjacent land. Lo-
cated at 1-10 (exit
26) and Garcon
Point Rd. Call:
932-7688
COMMERCIAL
BUILDINGS
For rent 7251 &
7253 Hwy. 90 East
One is 800/sf
$700.75/per mo.
The other is 1,120
sf $915/mo. Sales
tax & water includ-
ed Call: 623-8575
FOR SALE/MULAT
Apartment complex
on approx. 2.5 acres
consisting of 9
apartments. Washer
& dryer room, city
water & sewer.
Great income
$280,000
No owner financing!
(850) 626-9020


FOR SALE/PACE
Apartment complex
consisting of 7
apartments City wa-
ter & sewer, washer
& dryer room. Great
income No owner fi-
nancing! $175,000
(850) 626-9020


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Homes

BRICK HOME IN JAY
3,000 sf, 6 acres,
built in 1989. 4BR/
2.5 BA $245,000
Call:
(850) 675-0604 or
(850) 324-6399

FOR SALE
2/BR Hidden Chalet
east of Gulf Breeze.
Large ceramic kitch-
en. Bahama porch
on front of house.
$116,900
Broker:850-995-
1716.
NEW CONSTRUCTION
3/BR 2/BA 2/car ga-
rage. East Milton
1/3acre lot. Vaultage
ceilings, Birch cabi-
nets. Investors or
home ownership. 2
available $135K
each. Call:
850-376-5273
NEW HOME
FOR SALE
3BR/2BA, 2,180 sf,
large master suite,
custom maple
cabinets, breakfast
nook, dining room/
study, plenty of
storage, roomy
kitchen & baths,
covered porch.
MUST SEE!
6047 Badger Rd.,
Milton
Call: 623-0350 M-F
572-0791 Weekends
Spencer Homes, Inc.
STONEBROOK
VILLAGE Pace
4BR/2BA in gated
golf course com-
munity. 2,092 sq. ft.
Great neighborhood
w/good schools
5624 Sandstone Dr.
Asking $291,900
Call: (850) 994-6914
WHISPERING
WOODS
Pace, 3BR.'2BA
1842 sv plus 600 ad-
di.onal SI ol storage
space. 4536 Forest
Breeze Ct Great
neighborhood.
near cul-de-sac
Ask.ng $240,000
CGal 994-6914


510
Land
5 ACRES fenced
pasture for sale.
Located off'Munson
Hwy, Indian Ford
Rd. Close to, Cold
Water Creek.
$90,000 957-8784
or 554-5237
GREAT
BUILDING SITE!
2BR/2BA, 14X70
mobile home on 6
acres in Jay w/nice
14X31 metal stor-
age"shed. $90,000
(850) 675-0604 or
(850) 324-6399
SECLUDED &
SERENE
NW of NAs Whit-
ing Field
20 Placid acres
zoned agricultural
3 mobile homes,
garage, bam, shed
$263,000
626-6767

512
Mobile Homes
2001 MODEL. Hor-
ton Homelike new.
3/BR 2/BA 16 X76
S2 wood porches,
carport & metal shed
on 1 acre of land.
Call: 981-9473
FOR SALE
1972 Mobile Home
with appliances. lot
size 100 x 140.
2/BR 2/BA 4684
Fowler Dr, Pace
Must Seel 686-1634
or 994-4096 Ask lor
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512
Mobile Homes
FOR SALE
1997 Fleetwood Mo-
bile home. 2/BR
2/BA. 14 x 70, cov-
ered porch, shed, vi-
nyl siding, central
heat/air. All applian-
ces stay. Excellent
condition must sell
immediately. Ridge-
way Blvd. Milton.
$34,900
Call:983-9316.

FOR SALE
4 acres fenced with
2 Mqbile homes, 1 is
1550 sq. ft. 3/BR
2/BA, new roof &
heat/ac. 2nd home
14 x 70 3/BR 2/BA,
workshop 24 x 32.
$180,000.Call:626-
430.8 or 698-5675.
HOME FOR SALE
Milton, 99 Double-
wide, All new "Seller
financed", 3/2 CH/A,
nice deck,
$2,200.00
dn. $750/mo $200 of
which is credited to-
wards purchase. Ar-
nold Properties,
221-5307

SECLUDED 6
ACRES NE of
Milton 10 minutes
from Biackwaier
State Park
Two 1999 Palm
Harbor modular
romes. 3BR. 2BA,
fronL back porch
on both, shop,
storage, fully
stocked fish pond.
4 acres fenced
pasture beautiful
family homesite
Must sell for
medical reason-s
$300,000 tor all
Call:
1850) 957-8784 or
(8501 554-5237






556
Homes
NORTH CAROLINA
Gated Lakefront
Community
-1.5 acres +
-90 miles of shore-
line
Never before of-
fered with 20 %pre-
develoment dis-
counts & 90 %
financing
Call: (800)709-5253

558
Investments
"LOCATION, LO-
CATION, Location"
Time to buy. IN-
VESTORS &
BUILDERS, Great
Buildable Lots For
Sale in one of Flori-
da's Fastest Grow-
ing Areas Fort
Myers. (888)558-
0032.


560
Land
BANK FORECLO-
SURES! Homes
from $10,000! 1-3
bedroom available
HUD, Repos, REO,
etc. These homes
must sell! For list-
ings call (800)425-.
1620 ext.4237.
GEORGIA
BLAIRSVILLE IN
THE NORTH
GEORGIA MOUN-
TAINS. Land,
Homes, Commercial
& Investment. "EV-
ERYTHING WE
TOUCH TURNS TO
SOLD" Jane Baer
Realty: (706)745-
2261, (800)820-
7829 www.janebaer-
realty.com, janeba-
er@alltel.net.
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-
ItyNC.com.
MURPHY, NORTH
CAROLINA
AHH..COOL
SUMMERS, MILD
WINTERS!
Affordable homes &
mountain cabins
CALL FOR FREE
BROCHURE:
(877) 837-2288
EXIT REALTY
MOUNTAIN VIEW
PROPERTIES
www.exitmurphy.com
NC MOUNTAIN
Property for Less!
Breathtaking Blue
Ridge Parkway,
New River, Stone
Mountain, Golf
Courses and quaint
shops of Sparta.
www.scenicrealty.co
m (877)372-7211 or
(8776363-5550.
NEW! ALABAMA
WATERFRONT 2
hours to Atlanta &
the Coast. Water-
front community with
incredible moss-
draped hardwoods.
Planned clubhouseso,
docks, & more; 1/2
to 3 acres from the'
$50's. Minutes to
historic Eufaula. Call
owner (866)882-
1107.
NEW, PRE-CON-
STRUCTION Golf
Community-Coastal
Georgia. Large lots
w/ deepwater,
marsh, golf, nature
views. Gated, Golf,
Fitness Center, Ten-
nis, Trails, Oak
Park, Docks.
$70K's-$300K.
(877)266-7376.
www.cooperspoint.c'
om.


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Spacious Kitchen & Dining Area with custom cabinets
Architectural Shingles Vinyl Exterior Trim
Luxury Marble Vanity Tops
- Garden Tub and Shower
Ceiling Fans in all Bedroom and Great Room
Walk-in Closets in Bedrooms
French Doors Gas'or Wood Fireplace


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560
Land

NORTH GEORGIA
Gated Mountain
Community. New
Homes close to In-
frastructure. One
Hour North of Atlan-
ta. Golf, Tennis,
Lake, Pools. For
more info '(678)232-
8415 or www.bent-
treegeorgia.com.
OWNER'S LIQUI-
DATION Sale by
Sealed Bid New
homes and acreage
horpesites in the
Blue Ridge Moun-
tains of VA. Sold
"AS IS", 30-day
close. Restrictive
Covenant Communi-
ty. Deadline May
27th. For details
(800)420-2278 or
visit www.Stoneridg-
ebentmtn.com.
PALM COAST Real
Estate: Lots/Land,
$15K-up. New
Homes, $240K-up.
Condos, $350-up.
HARRIS REALTY-
(386)586-0703. We
offer a 1% buyer re-
bate incentive.
TENNESSEE/KEN-
TUCKY LAKE-
FRONT Private
lakefront or view re-
treats. Rolling hills,
mild climate. 1 to
over 40 acre sites
from $40K. On the
border 90 min to
Nashville. Phase II1
-selling now! Owner
(866)339-4966.

TN MOUNTAIN
Acreage Lakeside
1/2 to 5 acre home-
sites nestled around
a scenic lake. Direct
lake access, boat
ramp, pavilion and
more. Gated, near
Chattanooga. Ready
for your mountain
dream home! Call
(866)292-5769.

UPSTATE SACRI-
FICE 20 acres- was
$39,900 NOW
$29,900 Nice Adir-
ondack woodland!
Walk to public land!
EZ-'access to 'major
lakes & rivers! Bldg
site guaranteed!
Town rd, terms
avail, won't last!
(800)890-7927.
VA MOUNTAINS 5
acres with frontage
on very large pris-
tine creek, very pri-
vate, excellent fish-
ing, canoeing, good
access, near New
River Trail 'State
Park, $39,500. Own-
er '(866)789-8535
www.mountain-
sofVA.com.


706
Livestock Supplies

HORSE/SHOW
BRIDALS & Hal-
ters $50.00 & up.
East Milton. 623-
0778

708
Pets
3 PARAKEETS
With cage & acces-
sories $30/all Call:
554-0551
CUTE KITTENS
Free to good home.
2 male / 2 female
723-3309
FREE KITTENS to
good home. 2 Bob-
tail, 2 full tail and 2
- half tail. Call: 384-
5218.


712
I Lost & Found
PETS
LOST DOG "Bunny"
a 11 yr. old black fe-
male Cockapoo was
last seen at the cor-
ner of Taylor/Qld
Bagdad Hwy on
Monday, May 15th.
Family pet reward
offered for her re-
turn. Call: 623-9222


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 upl
850-983-4680


MISSING DOG
Black and White
Boston Bull, an-
swers to the name
Bowe, has tags.
Please call 623-
9500. Ask for Mari-
lyn or Angelo.




814
Furniture

BEDROOM SET
Double adjustable
to queen w/double
mattress set. Lights
on headboard, in-
cludes 2 drawer
night stand & 5
drawer dresser.
Oak finish.
Paid $1,250,
sacrifice for $600.
Call: 981-9510


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have a key you could be the winner of

$250.00. Come down to the Press Gazette,

Monday thru Friday from 8am until 5pm and

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Bellehaven 1 1040
.Chadwick 2 1149
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


Price
67,800
70,600
78,100
83,000
83,900
86,800
87,600
90,600
98,100
91,200
95,000
97,300
101,300
101,700
116,600
108,400
,131,300
126,300
155,000
117,600
135,800


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828
Electronics
Stereo-TV-VCR
FREE SATELITTE
Dish with 2 program
boxes. You come
and pick it up. 850-
623-9720 Ask For
Mildred.
830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
ALL STEEL BUILD-
ING SALE "Plus
Free Bonusl" 20x32
Now $4100. 25x42
$6200. 30x52
$9800. 40x82
$18,400. Many sizes
and models.
Ends/accessories
optional. Pioneer
(800)668-5422.
DOUBLE D
FARMS
Local Strawberries
& Peaches availa-
ble. Hwy 89 Allen-
town. Soon we will
have fresh produce.
Come by or call:
983-6925.




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St. AUigustine
Farm Direct
We Deliver |
434-0066 F


I WILL REMOVE
JUNK VEHICLES
For Free!
Call: 306-5397 or
957-4761
METAL ROOFING
Save $$$ Buy direct
from manufacturer.
20 colors in stock
with all accessories.
Quick turn around!
Delivery available
Toll Free: (888) 393-
0335




We Deliver &Install
Centipede
St. Augustine
Bermuda
Bailed Pine Straw
Call us first, Save Time
Call us last, Save Money
Hwy. 87 So. Milton
626-8578
EVINRUDE OUT-
BOARD Motor,
25hp, good 6ondi-
tion $900. Little Ras-
cal Scooter. Used 2
times $600 Scooter
carrier $200 Call:
626-2376
WOLFF TANNING
BEDS Buy Direct.
and Save! Full Body
units from $22 a
month! FREE Color
Catalog CALL TO-
DAY! (800)842-1305
www.np.etstan.com.

832
Miscellaneous
Wanted
PAY CASH for junk
cars or trucks. Run-
ning or not. Call
983-9527



904
Cars
1989 NISSAN Pick-
up Truck. $1,500.
Call:850-626-4008.
1987 GRAY
VOLVO 740
Runs well needs a
little maintenance.
$700 OBO
Call: 626-7611 ask
for Marcus
1999 MAZDA 626
LX, 6 cyl, 85,000
Good Mileage!!!
$5,300 obo. 698-
1068 (leave mes-
sage)


904
Cars
$500 POLICE Im-
pounds, Cars from
$5001! Tax Repos,
US Marshal and IRS
sales!. Cars, Trucks,
SUV's, Toyota's,
Honda's, Chevy's
and more! For list-
ings Call (800)425-
1730 ext.2384.
2002 NISSAN
ALTIMA
2.5 SL 69K, Auto-
matic, A/C, leather,
power sunroof
windows/seats.
AM/FM & CD
changer. $15,500
Call: 626-3418
SOUTHERN
GENERATORS
We sell and rebuild
starters and
alternators for
autos, boats,
agriculture, and lawn
equipment. Let us
quickly rebuild your,
original equipment
(OEM) unit. 5730
Stewart St. Milton
(850) 623-5111
MV-42392
906
Boats
15 FT Smoker Craft
w/ 9.5 Evinrude.
Runs great! Good
river boat. New trail-
er in perfect condi-
tion, boat, motor &
trailer $1,100 OBO.
Call: 626-7611, ask
for Marcus
2005 BASS TRACKER
Boat w/50 hp motor.
Loaded. Trailer in-
cluded. Ready for
the water! Payoff
$9,600 Call:
994-2129
ESTATE SALE
1992 18 ft. Alumi-
craft fish/ski boat
w/trailer, troll motor
& 1999 150 hp Mer-
cury with few hrs.
One owner. Good
condition. Perfect for
rivers and bays!
$8,500 OBO Call:
932-7688
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
TRAVEL TRAILER
2004 Coachman
27 ft., sleeps 8.
Excellent condition!
$11,500 OBO Call:
(850) 426-4001

920
Vans
2000 ASTRO LS VAN
Loaded, duel
heat/air, towing pkg.,
w/3rd seat, great
fuel mileage., $6,495
Call: 626-0216
FOR SALE
1985 F150 Ford
Econoline Van.
CLEAN!!! $900 obo.
Call: 626-8855.
922
Other
FOR SALE
21 ft. Food Conces-
sion trailer. Duel ax-
el, stove, fridge,
sinks and steam ta-
ble. $5,000 obo.
Call: 623-1675
93 HORTON
2bd/2ba.
Masterbath
Garden
Tub/seperate
shower. Spacious
kitchen w/wood
cabinets. Vaulted
ceilings. Many
upgrades. Must
move. Make Offer.
678-570-7575


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Locally Owned and Operated
Ready to assist in lawn mowing, bush-
hogging, debris removal, and tractor
work of all kinds.
Quality work at reasonable prices.
Cell number: 287-1937
Home number: 957-4143 8


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& Weedeating Service



Free Estimates
(850) 623-3270 ~ (850) 748-4718


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^SF "with
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LLC
TRIM, CARPENTRY,
HOME IMPROVEMENTS,
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JOHNNY 698-1973
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WORKS
LICENSED & INSURED
Bush-Hogging Discing
Front-End Loading
Debris Removal
Cell (850)529-8718
Home (850)623-8697
Dan Francisco
Owner


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& Wallpapering
Interior Exterior Residential
*Dry Wall
*Pressure Cleaning
*Wallpapering
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Call the Ericksens today!
723-2550 623-6034
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5256 Alabama Street
Historic District, Downtown Milton
Beautiful building & surrour)ding grounds
provide an ideal setting for your celebration
rental available for meetings, wedding
receptions, anniversary &
birthday parties, etc.
Call: 26-142


Need Stucco Work?


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"Owner operated and a local'yocal"
Call 850-324-9149
Taor 623-5370L


Vickers Fencing
"'V aZf 9oaC Specializing in wood fences.
New installations and repairs.


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