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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
Alternate title: Milton press gazette
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Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Creation Date: June 28, 2006
Publication Date: 1984-
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INSIDE


World-wide porn ring busted here


Some of the 'movies' were filmed at a home in Pace


Former Milton football star
Courtland Finnegan has com-
pleted his first NFL mini-camp
with the Tehnessee Titans.
See SPORTS, Page 1B.


NEWS


VI-EWS

School Board to
rule on transfers
By JEFF EVERTS
Pre�s GtZenie Staiff Writer
The Santa Rosa School
District w ill be considering
school transfer requests on a
case-bv-ciase basis between
nol and the beginning of the
new s..hool Near on August 2.
Because of the recently
enacted class-size amendment
in the state of Florida. the dis-
trict is studying transfer
requests more stringently. offi-
cials sa\.
District officials note trans-
fer decisions will be made
based on the School Board's
district transfer policy and
some may be approved by the
district in meeting class size.
mandates.
Authorities say denials, of
transfer requests often become
necessary due to linuted space
at the requested school.
Spokesmen say the district
already anticipates a number of
transfer requests< will be denied
this Near and sa\ they regret an\
inconvenience this may cause
-to the family\ making the
request.
The school district is bound
b\ Florida's new class size
,amendment. \which dictates nc,
more than IS students per class-
room in grades K-3, 22 students
per classroom in grades 4-8,
and 25 students per classroom_
iin grades 9-12.
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By LYNNE HOUGH
Pie, Gazce Stafttr I er
For file years, a group of
men have been filming pomog-
raphy in Santa Rosa County
and posting it for sale on the
Internet, according to state


investigators.
Officials describe the "busi-
ness" as -world-wide-reaching
100 counues.
Now the men are being
charged with racketeering.
solicitation of prostitution, and
making or promoting obscene


;performances.
To date, three men--one
residing in Navarre-have been
arrested in connection with a
pornography operation bringing
in $150,000 a month and using
locals as "models" and per-
formers. Investigators sa\ a


Pace home is among the loca-
tions used for filming, along
with several sites in Pensacola.
Police say the Internet busi-
ness was based in Navarre at the
home of Clinton Raymond
MNcCoten. also known as Ray
Guhn. Escambia Count)


Tents, filed with legal-in-Florida fireworks have begun to crop up around the area-in anticipation of the 4th of July holiday. Florida
law has strict limits to the types of fireworks allowed, but that doesn't stop many locals from traveling across the state line to pur-
chase the more "flamboyant" projectiles.
file photo




'We don't have spotters, but...'

Police will confiscate illegal fireworks if they find then


B) LYNNE HOUGH
Ptr . Git fc .itr t 'nt Wra r
Of all the holidays,
Independence Day is the
most explosive.
Florida law restricts the
use of fireworks to exclude
the more powerful devices,
but Alabama does not.
Temptation is just an hour or
less away.
What's a reveler to do?
Many locals travel over
the state, line to purchase
fireworks that cannot be pur-
chased here. And on July 4,,
those very fireworks will be
heard in neighborhoods


throughout the area.
Law enforcement leaders
say they m ill confiscate illegal
fireworks if a complaint brings
them to scene. But according
Milton Police Chief Greg
Brand, "No, we aren't aggres-
sively trying to search out those
who buy fireworks for personal
use. We don't have spotters on
Interstate 10. But if they come
through here with fireworks and
they are speeding, they might
be in trouble."
While official firework dis-
plays are being planned and
advertised. manu people enjoy
an American tradition of "set-
ting off' their own fireworks at


Health department offers free

breast, cervical cancer screening


By JEFF EVERTS
Press Gazette Staff Writer
The Santa Rosa County Health
Department, along with the Florida
Breast and Cervical Cancer Early
Detection Program, is offering free or
'low cost breast and cervical cancer
screenings for women aged 50-64 who
meet financial guidelines.
The exam includes a Pap smear and a
referral for a mammogram and is only for
women who do not have health insurance
that would otherwise cover such exams.
According to the Health Department,


the exams are offered at its. clinics in
Milton, Midway, and Jay.
Cervical cancer is said to be one of
the most treatable forms of the disease
and the easiest cancer to screen for in
women. Health Department officials say
it is completely curable if caught early.
However, the risk of contracting cer-
vical cancer in women increases with
age, which is why women over age 50
need to have regular exams, including a
Pap smear, for the remainder of their
lives, the Health Department says.
All women are at risk of getting
See SCREENING, Page 3A.


home or in public places.,
Tents to sell legal fireworks
are popping up around
Santa Rosa County.
Florida law prohibits
specific fireworks. includ-
ing: firecrackers: torpedoes.
skyrockets, roman candles.
daygo bombs,. and any fire-
works containing explosive
or flanimable compounds.
By contrast. Alabama laws
only prohibit "the manufac-
turing, possession, sale or
use of ground salutes con-
taining more than two
grains of e\plosi\e compo-
sition; and ans mail-order
See FIREWORKS, Pg. 5


Assistant State .Attorney Russ
Edgar says the investigation has
resulted in the arrest of
McCox\en. along w ith Ke\in
Patrick Stevens. 36. 9725
Fowler Rd., Pensacola. and
Andrew Ke\in Craft. also
See PORN, Page 3.4.


Stabbed


to death:

Marine arrested
for attack on two

By LYNNE HOUGH
Pic%\ Ga:.tie fSitaf Itrruer
A Milton teen is dead and
another crintically wounded fol-
lo%% ing a knife attack early
Sunday morning. The attack-
er-19 Near old Brandon
Michael Ward is an active duty
Marine stationed
at Pensacola

to Sheriff's offi-
cials.
The stabbing
occurred in the
6700 block of
Nlunson Hieghwa l
in Milton. around Brandon
I Ward
- a.m. Joseph
Andre%% Hall. 18. Milton. died
at the scene. ~ second victim.
Joseph Allen Ruinato. 19. onas
taken bi Life � aigb.., p area
hospital. He suffered wounds to.
the left shouldTe-TMI_7Kes, "affd
left abdomen He was listed in
critical condition at presstime.
Deputies sa\ the teens "ere
attacked after i \ine Ward's
irlIfriend a ride home from a
partN. Earlier in the evening.
Ward and another man were
"involved in some tr pe of con-
frontation" at the part. officials
say. Ward left and \ent to his
girlfriend's residence. He
allegedly hid outside and
attacked Hall and Ruinato in the
front yard. Neither .ictim \as
involved in the original con-
frontation g ith Ward. according
to police.
Ward fled into the home,
prior to the amnal of deputies.
He threatened suicide., but came
outside without further inci-
dent.
He sw as taken to a local hos-
pital for treatment of non-life
threatening injuries. He has
been charged with one count of
murder and one count of
attempted murder.

SOr' w'r1la nby L'nne
S, Iough.
Reach her at:
lhoi'tih tsr-p ..p i.coI t


The treasure hunt is on...
The hunt for the treasure of Blackwater
Bones is on. More than $1,000 in prizes
awaits the person who finds it for this year's
Blackwater River Festival. Here's the first
two clues:
CLUE # 1:
Ye seekers of booty, me treasure is hid,
And hiding it well is just what I did.
I scoured over Milton, with the stuff that
I took
And found a nice spot...where you'd ...
never look.
Read me clues closely, and read 'em in ,
time...
You won't have to dig and you won't
have to climb.
See CLUES, Page 3A.








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June 16 to June 22, 2006
Cox, Michael Steven; Male;
42; 5535 Debbie Dr., Milton, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony.
6/17/06
Davis, Billie Lynn; Female;
32; 4325 Rice Rd., Milton, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony.
6/16/066
Douglas, Joshua Adam;
Male; 21; 9050 Timber Ln,
Navarre, FL; Aggrav Battery-
Person Uses a Deadly Weapon.
6/16/06
Fountain, Bernadette Eileen;
Female; 26; 2180 Jeannie St.,
Navarre, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 6/18/06
Gilbreath, Joseph Michael;
Male; 43; 5460 Munson Hwy.,
Milton, FL; Probation Violation-
Felony. 6/16/06
Hatcher, Michael Philip;
Male; 42; 9139 Timber Ln,
Navarre, FL; Aggrav Battery-
Person Uses a Deadly Weapon.
6/18/06
Montford, John Garfield;
Male; 28; 7760 Lakeside Dr.,


Milton, FL; Damage Prop-
Criminal Mischief $200 and
Under, Burglary of Structure
Conveyance Unarmed W/O
Person Inside, Larc-Theft is $300
or More But Less Than $5,000.
6/17/06
Robinson, David Ray; Male;
41; 5890 Audubon, Pensacola,
FL; Smuggle Contraband Into
Prison Control Subs Defined
Provisions of .s.893.02(4).
6/16/06
Sheldon. Jr., George Dennis;
Male; 39; 5428 Harmony Ln,
Gulf Breeze, FL; Battery-Touch
or Strike (domestic violence),
Aggrav Battery-Cause Bodily
Harm or Disability. 6/18/06
Wacker, William Gerard;
Male; 35; 9127 Timber Ln,
Navarre, FL; Aggrav Battery-
Person Usesa Deadly Weapon.
English, Christopher Steven;
Male; 21; 9212 Eagles Nest,
Navarre, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony.
Grieshop, Chasen Shane;
Male; 23; 8575 Nelda Rd.,
Navarre, FL; Battery-Felony Batt
Result From Bodily
Harm/Disability. 6/16/06 '
' McKinney, Mark William;
Male; 42; 2924 Pleasant Park
Circle, Navarre, FL; Lewd Lascv
Behavior-Molest. Victim Less
12YOA Offender 18YOA Or
Older (2 cts.). 6/16/06
Tucker, Marcel Graig; Male;
35; 6583 Bass Ln, Milton, FL;
Drive While Lic Susp Habitual,
Offender. 6/16/06
Walker, Anthony Tederian;
Male; 36; 5921 Independence
Dr., Milton, FL; Aggrav Asslt
W/Deadly Weapon Without
Intent to Kill, Battery-2nd or
Subsequent Offense (4 cts.),
Aggrav Battery-Person Uses a
Deadly Weapon. 6/16/06
Blake. Shaun Michael; Male;
24; ,4131 Bonaway Dr.,
Pensacola, FL; DUI. 6/17/06
Braddock, William Dale;
Male; 46; 1601 Woodlawn Way,
Gulf Breeze, FL; DUI. 6/17/06
Hamilton, Kevin Todd; Male;
46; 2501 Avenida De Sol,
Navarre, FL; DUI Alcohol' or
Drugs 2nd Offense.
Parry, Andrew William;
Male; 23; 60 Yacht Club Drive,
Ft. Walton Beach, FL; DUI.
6/18/06
*, Perkey, Mark Alan; Male; 45;
1600 Governor's Drive,
Pensacola, FL; DUI.
Flint, John David; Male; 27;
5579 Booker St., Milton, FL;
Po;sess Cocjine 6,'19'06
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Male; 38; 4463 Custer Ln, Jay,
FL; Probation Violation-Felony,
Drive While Lic Susp 3rd or
Subseq Offense. 6/19/06
Valderama, Redrico; Male;
31; 6479 Skyline Drive, Milton,
FL; Failure to Appear for Felony
Offense. 6/19/06
Webb, Lee Ann; Female; 35;
6789 County Road 143, Jasper,
FL; Probation Violation-Felony.
6/19/06
Douglas, Joshua Adam;
Male;; 21; 9050 Timber Lane,
Navarre, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 6/19/06
Bryant, David Rossie BC
Gree Male; 26; 4325 Rice Rd,
Milton, FL; Probation Violation-
Felony. 6/19/06
McKire, Gerald Mitchell;
Male; 42; Santa Rosa CI-5850
East Milton Rd., Milton, FL;
Battery on Officer, Firefighter,
EMT, Etc. 6/19/06
: Hawkins, Dena Marie;
Female; 22; Lowell CI-11120
N.W. Gainesville Rd., Ocala, FL;
Aggrav Asslt W/Intent to
Commit A Felony, Robbery-With
. Firearm. 6/20/06
S Madjidi, Amy Nichole;
Female; 25; 6642 Grace St.,
Milton, FL; Probation Violation-
Felony. 6/20/06
Nored, Elicia Diane; Female;
42; 103 Roberts Ave, Gulf
Breeze, FL; Aggrav Battery-
Offender Knew/Should Have
Known Vict Pregnant, Resist
Officer With Violence. 6/20/06
Perry,' Jr., Shane Jason;
Male; 34; 1275 Redwood Ln,
Gulf Breeze, FL;-Battery-2nd or
Subseq Offense (domestic vio-
lence). NDG
Henn, David James; Male;
27; 352 Mizzen Lane, Pensacola,
FL; Fugitive From Justice. NDG
Olinyk, Paul Thomas; Male;
45; 5362 Gulf Breeze Pkwy, Gulf
Breeze, FL; DUI. 6/20/06
Bogado, Elvira Rosa;
Female; 36; 1614 Sterns Dr.,
Leesburg, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 6/21/06
Brown, Jeremiah Wesley;
Male; 22; 441 First St.,
Pensacola, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 6/21/06
George, Donald Scott; Male;
43; 904 Jupiter Avenue,
Niceville, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 6/21/06
Grissett, Christopher Scott;
Male; 35; 3217 Wagon Gap Trail,
Vestvia Hills, AL; Public Order
Crimes-St Emergency Engage
Contracting Busn W/O
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J.ames, Eva Jane; Female; 50;
6542 Don Christian St., Milton,',
FL; DUI Alcohol or Drugs 3rd,'
Violation W/In 10 Years. 6/21/06
Lagle, Timothy Wayne;
Male; 34; 1485 Hunters Creek';
Rd., Norman, IN; Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense.-
6/21/06
Matthews, Erica Lynn;'
Female; 22; 8119 Menorca St.,,'
Navarre, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony.
Montgomery, Aubrey Leigh;'
Female; 39; 5913 Pineywoods,,.
PL, Milton, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 6/21/06
Rushing, James Antonio; -
Male; 18; 5551 Woodland Lane,,-
Milton, FL; Probation Violation-
Felony. 6/21/06
Wells, Dennis Paul; Male; 35;
5183 Astor Village; Milton, FL;
Failure to Appear for Felony'
Offense. 6/21/06
Hughes, Michael Patrick;'
Male; 266; 8104 Heirloom Dr.,;'
Pensacola, FL; Weapon Offence-"
Missile Into Dwelling Veh Bldg
or Aircraft. 6/21/06
Moody_ .Jr., Lenwood; Male;'.
57; 1800 Brookwood Dr.,.
Brewton, AL; Fraud-Insuff":
Funds Check-Make Utter Issue
$150 or Over. 6/21/06
Smith, Laurie Michelle;,
Female; 32; 3628 Chance Ct,<.
Pensacola, FL; DUI. 6/20/06
Stuart, Zachary Wells; Male;.
18; 4729 Williams Road, Pace,,
FL; Fraud-Insuff Funds Check-;
Make Utter Issue $150 or Over.'
6/22/06
Linton, Rachel Anne;
Female; 32; 4949 Henry. St.,
Milton, FL; Forgery of Make,
Alter Prescription Subsq'
Offense, Forgery of Obtain'
Controlled Substance By (6 cts.),/
Probation Violation-Felony.',
6/22/06
Murphy, Tonya Marie;
Female; 26; 3030 Harper Dr.,,
Navarre, FL; Out of States
Fugitive From Justice. 6/22/06
Payne, Christopher Mark;
Male;7 20; 12801 Hwy.89, Jay,-
FL;. Battery-Touch or Strike,:
(domestic violence),- Aggravw
Battery-Offender Knew/Should
Have Known Vict Pregnant:
(domestic violence). 6/22/06
Smith, Robert Henry; Male;,
32; 6413 Renee Circle, Milton,-
FL; Probation Violation-Felony.'
66/22/06
White, John Corey; Male;
36; 6100 Jeff Ates Rd., Milton,'
FL; Possess of Weapon Or'
Ammo By Convicted Felon.'
6/22/06


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Garcon Point brush fire blamed on


By LYNNE HOUGH
Press Gazette Staff Writer
The rain that has been
falling may have answered the
prayers of many who have been
suffering a drought this year,
but the lightning that accompa-
nied it may not have been' as
welcome.
Friday afternoon, around 5
p.m., the call went out for a
brush fire on Garcon Point Rd.,
just south of Avalon Blvd.
Approximately 1.5 acres
burned before firefighters from
the Avalon and Bagdad Fire
Departments got it under con-
trol. Division of Forestry crews
assisted with heavy equipment
by building berms around the
fire. Officials are attributing the
fire to a lightning strike. The
same storm that brought this
strike 'is being blamed for
injuries to two people in
Escambia County.
' Florida is known as the
"lightning capital of the United
States." Experts say July is the
worst month for lightning
deaths. Children are out of
school and outdoors, the Fourth
of July holiday brings revelers
out into the open, and afternoon
thunderstorms bring the light-
ning.
: While enjoying the water is
a .highly anticipated expectation
of being in Florida, it is also the
worst place to be when a storm
hits, officials say. Swimming,
fishing, boating, or visiting the


A Division of Forestry firefighter battles the blaze on Garcon Point Friday afternoon. Officials are blam-
ing a lightning storm for the fire.
Press Gazette photo by Lynne Hough.


beach can leave a person unpro-
tected should a storm suddenly
appear. Seeking refuge under a
tree is not a good idea-the sec-


ond worst place to be in a light-
ning storm.
Outdoor sports activities
can end in death or injury if a


Porn


Continued From Page One.
known as "Jim", 6534
Memphis Ave., Pensacola.
More arrests are expected.
The case began in 2005 and
was built around information
provided by several confidential
informants, according to Edgar.
The pornography was distrib-
uted via an Internet website.
Regular visitors to the site
could purchase a one-month
membership for $29.95 and
receive more than 450,000
images.
In an affidavit filed in
Escambia Count.. investigators
sa. the follow ing addresses
i.ere used to solicit performers
�r to film performances: 4041
�heridan Dr., Pace; 6534
Memphis Ave., Pensacola; 1555
&V. Detroit Blvd., Pensacola;
1414 Dexter Ave., Pensacola;
P725 Fowler Ave., Pensacola;
irnd five hotels in Escambia
County. In addition, porn was
filmed inside a recreational
vehicle while it was traveling
:gown a "well-known local
toad".
' Investigators say private
Parties were often used to
recruit performers. Women who
participated in a primary role
�vere paid $1,000. A supporting
0ole paid $400. Participants
received $300 for private par-
ties that often served as an audi-
ltion for film roles.
Edgar says the house
)wned by McCowen in Navarre
was used as a base of operations
for the Internet porn business.
Reports say. McCowen has a
anta Rosa County occupation-
l license under the name of
Sky Research, LLC, using the
^avarre home as his business
address.
' Money was being deposited
'inder the corporate name of
fGlobal Technology Foundation,
ILC, in Nevada, according to
affidavits filed by investigators.


Screening-
1 Continued From Page One.
breast cancer, and again have a
higher risk as they age.
' Florida alone sees approxi-
nately 12,000 new breast can-
.cer cases yearly and almost
?,000 deaths.
1 Mammography, officials
,say, is a simple process that
rnay save the lives of many
,women by catching breast can-
cer early.
% To get more information
,'about these lifesaving tests, or
'to request a free screening for
?women between the ages of 50-
64, contact Chris Vanderheiden
*at the Santa Rosa County
^Health Department at 983-5200
xt. 139.
I Story written by Jeff
- Everts. Reach him at:
everts@sr-pg.com


McGowen is listed as a signer
on the bank account of Global
Technology Foundation, LLC.,
The corporation was founded in
May, 2001. Mail for the Global
Technology Foundation LLC
has been forwarded to a post
office box in Navarre.
The affidavit filed last week'
states the men were involved in
racketeering; and conspired to
commit or solicit in a business
enterprise through a pattern of
racketeering activity; commit,
corispire to commit another per-
son to commit incidents of
prostitution .and/or making or"
promoting of obscene perform-
ances.
State Attorney Investigators
in Escambia County worked the
,case with the Escambia County
Sheriff's Office. Santa Rosa
deputies assisted with search
warrants. There is a possibility
performers could be charged in
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severe storm approaches,
according to Miami's National
Weather Service Warning
Coordination Meteorologist
Jim Lushine.
"Tragically, persons in
charge of such events often wait
too long before "calling" the
game so people can take refuge.
Perhaps'this is the reason young
people are most often the.vic-
tims of lightning strikes.
Lushine says, if lightning is
visible or thunder can be heard
at all, danger exists. Go inside
or into a motor vehicle until 30
minutes after the last clap of
thunder is heard.

Clues
Continued From Page One.

CLUE # 2:
You won't find me treasure
out in plain view,
But you'll know where to
look if ye follow me clues.
Separate hands, all clasped
into one
Until five little fingers


ghtning

He goes on to say the best
way to avoid being struck by
lightning is to stay inside, away
from doors, windows, and
metal objects. Stay out of show-
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must use a vehicle for shelter,
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trees are not safe during a light-
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We forget quickly

Once again, the "drive by" leftwing media has
taken the typical position of accentuating the neg-
ative of our nation's involvement in Iraq when,
over the last couple of weeks, tremendous success
has been made.
The liberals and their tail wagging media dogs
are focusing their negativity on the fact that the
American troop death toll has reach a new bench-
mark of 2,500.
While tragic, let's put that figure into perspec-
tive. Bear in mind that this figure represents troops
killed since Sept. 1 1, 2001, and the fact that since
then, the loss of our soldiers has not been in vain.
We must remind ourselves there hasn't been a ter-
rorist attack on our homeland since 9-11.
Washington liberal politicians have been using
the Iraq war as a political ploy for far too long and
to meet their demands' and turn tail and run would
be a serious mistake.
Allow us, for a moment, to reflect on the 2,
500 soldiers who have given their lives for this
serious global war on terrorism.
Just within the last year, 38,253 people were
killed as the result of vehicle-related accidents in
the United States. During that same period, a
whopping 1,862,000 others were injured.
Over 4,000 people were killed during the last
year in the United States as a result of motorcycle
accidents.
Also interesting, is the fact that automobiles
killed 5,494 pedestrians last year.
These are figures compiled by the National
Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
In the 14 year old and under age group, there
were 2,157 deaths over the last year attributed to
automobile accidents.
School transportation related crashes account-
ed for 413,169 fatalities since 1994, according to
the federal agency.
In 1996, (the most recent year for which data
are available), 34,040 people died from gunfire in
the United States. Of these deaths, approximately
54 percent resulted from suicide, 41 percent result-
ed from homicide, and three percent were uninten-
tional.
Firearm injuries are the eighth leading cause of
death in the United States. In addition, for every
fatal shooting, there are roughly three nonfatal
shootings.
With that said, allow us to reflect back to
World War II and, specifically, the battle of
Normandy in France.
On D-Day, the allies landed around 156,000
troops in Normandy.
The breakdown of U.S. casualties was 1,465
dead, 3.184 wounded, 1,928 missing and 26 cap-
tured. That was all in just one da\!
.We can only wonder how the liberal left-
wingers of today and their "drive-by" liberal
media would d have reacted to that?
The bottom line is, we cannot cut and run in
Iraq. Doing so would result in making the deaths
of 2,500 soldiers meaningless.
Their sacrifices and the sacrifices being made
by the troops in Iraq represents freedom for the
,Iraqi people and a safer United States.
Remember, on Sept. 11, 2001, more than
2,900 of our own people were killed in a single
day. But the liberals would have you believe that is
okay.. .we deserved that.
What is wrong with the logic of these people?

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Medicaid cuts hurt rural folk


FM: THOMAS ROW\ LEY
Dear Editor:
There are two sides to every coin. Take the $338
billion one known as Medicaid.
On one side--call it "heads"--the 31-year-old fed-
eral-state program pays for health care for 55 million
poor and disabled people. It serves more folks than
any other single U.S. health program, more even than
Medicare. Medicaid covers services from doctor'si
visits to hospital stays to rehabilitation and more. In
fact, Medicaid pays for over one-third of all births;
approximately 40 percent of U.S. long-term care; and
is the primary payer for publicly provided mental
health services.'It covers people who otherwise would
likely go without--low-income working parents, low-
income elderly, poor pregnant women, the disabled,
and poor children. Nearly half of Medicaid benefici-
aries are children.
Because the rural population is disproportionately
older, sicker and poorer, and has less employer-pro-
vided health insurance, the importance of Medicaid in
rural America is even more pronounced. According to
a Rural Policy Research Institute report. in 2002 near-
ly 15 percent of rural residents were enrolled in
Medicaid versus 11 percent of urban residents.'
Likewise, 10 percent of rural elderly versus 8 percent
of urban elderly got Medicaid benefits.
In addition to serving rural patients, Medicaid is
also critical to maintaining our nation's rural health
care system ... and rural conununiues. according to
the report, as the source of health insurance coverage
for so many rural residents, Medicaid is an all-impor-
Stant source of revenue for rural providers. Those dol-
lars help keep open rural doctor's offices, hospitals
and nursing homes that' would otherwise be hard-
pressed to stay in business. That, in turn, helps rural
communities survive by providing residents, workers
and employers with must-have health care and by
having those dollars turn over and multiply within the
local economy.
On the tails side, $338 billion is a mighty tempt-
ing target for budget cutters, especially in the pro-
gram-slashing frenzy of Washington these days. Also
in state capitals where Medicaid takes up an average
of 22 percent of budgets, more than any other single
budget item, save for public education. What's more,
the cost of Medicaid has been increasing rapidly--
more rapidly than state revenues.
Not surprisingly given its name, the Deficit
Reduction Act (DRA) passed and signed into law last
December landed on tails. The act cuts federal
Medicaid expenses by $43 billion in the next decade.
It also allows states to cut their Medicaid expenses by
restricting benefits and forcing Medicaid beneficiaries
to pay premiums and/or co-payments for services.
Now, I admit there's something to be said for the
rationale behind DRA. States should be given latitude
to better fit programs to the local context. And people
ought to bear more responsibility, financial and other-
wise, for their own health-if they are able.
But when it comes to Medicaid beneficiaries,
that's an enormous "if." That's why we have
Medicaid: to take care of those who aren't able to take
care of themselves. Do we really want to unravel fur-
ther the safety net that helps those in need? Do we
really want to add to the 48 million uninsured in this
country? Should rural Americans, who already bear
the brunt of so many budgetary cuts and misguided
policies, be further penalized?
Compassion aside (which is where it seems usu-
ally to be), what of the true costs of the changes? A
report by the non-profit Families USA rightly calls the
approach "penny-wise and pound-foolish" and cites
research showing that "even moderate levels of cost-
sharing cause low-income people to delay or forgo
needed care, even if seeking care early on could pre-
vent serious 'and costly complications." The report
cites Congressional Budget Office findings that most
of the savings of cost sharing will come not from col-
lecting revenue, but from decreasing use of services.
Finally, the cuts seemingly ignore the economic
benefits generated by Medicaid. According to


Families USA, $98 billion in Medicaid expenditures
by the states in 2001 returned nearly three times that,
$279 billion, in increased goods and services. Based
on such numbers, one might well call Medicaid an
investment rather than an expense.
Did the authors of the Deficit reduction Act con-
sider this morbid fallout? Don't bet on it.

Bill could lower cable rates
FM: KARYNE JONES
Dear Editor:
S.We all know that our monthly cable TV bills have
gone up and up and up. In fact, cable television rates
have increased much faster than inflation for years.
In the meantime, cable programming options
have not improved, and service plans have not
become more flexible.
Elderly black consumers know and understand
these realities better than most people. After all,
members of the elderly black community probably
have less discretionary income, but depend more on
cable TV for their entertainment and connection to
the outside world than others.
The U.S. House recently passed the
"Communications Opportunity, Promotion, and
Enhancement Act of 2006" with overwhelming bipar-
tisan support. The Senate is currently considering S.
2686 "Communications, Consumers' Choice, and the
Broadband Deployment Act' of 2006" and on behalf
of our membership we strongly support its passage.
How can these lik s finally lower cable TV rates
and bring about new choices? The answer is competi-
tion. , In the vast majority of America, consumers
have had only one choice in who they can go to for
their cable TV services - the local cable company.
Why haven't we had a choice? In their agreements
with local franchise authorities (towns, cities, coun-
ties, etc.) the cable companies have been offered
exclusive access to service the community- good for
the cable company, bad for the consumer. Without
the threat of consumers opting to choose another TV
service provider, the cable companies had the free
reign to raise rates when they wished - leaving cable
consumers with no choice but to pay up.
The new House and Senate bills, finally, will
allow competition to enter the cable TV marketplace
and drive prices closer to costs.
In addition to new choices in video service
providers, this legislation will encourage the more
rapid deployment of broadband (high-speed Internet);
giving many in our community the access to informa-
tion that has often been out of reach. The high-speed
systems will open new doors to healthcare as we
know it. Those in.rural areas will be able to commu-
nicate and even receive diagnoses from doctors a hun-
dred miles away via telemedicine systems - some-
thing that can only be done over broadband. Not
only will doctors be able to diagnose and treat
patients over the Internet, it will also provide broader
access to top notch medical professionals who before,
one would have to travel to see and sped countless
dollars to do so. With broadband, a surgeon can be
based in Phoenix while instructing . surgery in
Baltimore.
Or imagine, the elderly entrepreneur with mobili-
ty problems. With broadband, this man can access
markets for his ideas and products that would other-
wise have been impossible for him to reach.
Everyone will benefit from the opportunities
these new networks will bring. Students will have
more choice and access to education and information
that will help them grow and learn; it will allow the
small business owner down the street the opportunity
to expand her customer list to around the world; it
will create new jobs and investment in our communi-
ties
Passing legislation that will promote video
choice, competition and future broadband innovations
will tremendously benefit elderly consumers. The
House has already passed video reform legislation
and now the Senate must act without delay and give
consumers the choice they have been demanding.'


JUNE 28, 2006



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You Spoke Out,

Santa Rosa...
Sunday, 3:34 p.m.
Hi, I'd like to comment on the
lady that ran into the home. In the
paper, it asked if 'police pursuit
was to blame? The answer is no.
She should have been home., At
her age, she should know, if she is
going to drink, she needs to stay
home.

Saturday, 9:49 p.m.
I'm reading my favorite sec-
tion...the editorial page. In refer-
ence to Bill Jones' letter, it seems
the county commission could give
a list of the roads that are being
built.
Editor's Note: The commifs-
sion has made that list available
and we have printed it twice.

Saturday, 5-36 p.m.
This is Sue in Bagdad. I
noticed your community; da e
seems to be out of date. All of the
meetings were held prior to the
paper coming out.

Saturday, 5:25 p.m.
This is John. I think iit is
funny what happens when our
elected officials get in the real
estate business. A county not t1o
far a'a\a got in the real estate
business and look u hat happened
to them,

Saturday, 3:15 p.m.
I was very disappointed min
your Speak Out line. My cofin-
ments were severely changed.

Friday, 8:34 p.m.
This is Jesse in Pace. I'd like
to comment on the lady that went
through the roof. She's had a
death wish for a long time. You
can't blame that on the wet/dry
issue.

Friday, 8:28 p.m.
This is Thomas. I saw a car
that decided to start throwing
paper and trash out of the car. I
couldn't get the tag number, but I
know what the car looks like.

Friday, 3:16 p.m.
Hi, my name is Ernest. This is
in reference to Wanda who called
in last Saturday night. She said
she was elderly and couldn't get
food stamp help. I don't know if
there is help out there. Call 983-
5220, I'mn sure we will try to do
everything in our power to get her
some assistance.


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Vy JEFF EVERTS
'ress Gazette Staff Writer
You can't blame Milton
attorney Allen "Butch" Lindsay
for feeling proud after a presti-
gious magazine has called him
"Super."
Lindsay, of the law firm
Lindsay, Andrews, and


attorney i:

Leonard, recently received a
letter from William White, pub-
lisher of Law and Politics,
telling him his name would
soon appear in the company's
"Florida Super Lawyers-
Central North Gulf Coast" edi-
tion.
White's letter told Lindsay,
"Congratulations on being


Skeleton was of female


By JEFF EVERTS
Press Gazette Staff Writer
The skeleton, discovered by
Army Rangers last week on
Eglin Air Force Base, is the
remains of ,a female, race
unknown.
That's the latest bit of news
released by the Santa Rosa
Sheriff's Office.
Officials say research now
indicates the remains had been
,.there no longer than a month.
. According to the original
report, Army Rangers were
.,conducting exercises at Eglin
Air Force Base last Wednesday
,,-morning when they found a
,, skeleton on the base's western
edge.
Eglin Air Force Base con-
tains many acres of wooded
.areas, officials note.The
,Rangers summoned Santa Rosa
,.,Sheriff's deputies who con-
.,,firmed the discovery.
The location was just off


Highway 87 near Boiling
Creek.
Crime scene technicians
spent much of the day last week
going over the scene-looking
for clues they hoped would lead
to answers about how the skele-
ton ended up at the site.
Detective ,Shane Tucker
says the case is still under
investigation by the Sheriff's
Office, adding it is too early to
comment further.
Officials are hoping addi-
tional research will reveal the
race of the woman and, per-
haps, uncover some clues as to
what happened to her.
. Anyone with information
about the skeleton or how it
came to be at Eglin is asked to
call the Sheriff's Office at 983-
1100 or Crime Stoppers at 437-
STOP.

Story written by Jeff
Everts. Reach him at:
everts @sr-pg. corn


named a 2006 Florida Super
Lawyer."
The letter went on to say,
"You have been selected
through an extensive process of
balloting, blue ribbon panel
review, and independent
research. Only five percent of
the attorneys in Florida have
been selected as Florida Super
Lawyers."
Lindsay's name will now
appear on the company's web-
site www.superlawyers.com,
according to White.
In addition, his accomplish-
ment will be distributed to over
178,000 readers of White's var-
ious publications throughout
the state and the nation, includ-'
ing lawyers, judges, and law
schools.
Lindsay, who has been
practicing law since 1967, says
he is pleased to have been rec-
ognized with such an award.
"I am honored to be includ-
ed among the names of the
lawyers represented on this
list," says Lindsay.
"I am certain there are a lot
of other lawyers that should
have been named."
Lindsay now finds his name
on the list along with other
notable area attorneys including
Fred . Levin, Al Condon, and
Robert Kerrigan.

Story written by Jeff
Everts. Reach him at:
everts@sr-pg.com


Fireworks


Continued From Page One.
Fireworkss"
Experts say the number of
firework-related injuries have
dropped dramatically in the
past 10 years-from 12,500 in
1992 to 9,600 in 2004. This
decrease in injury is attributed
to higher safety awareness by
, users of fireworks, along with
-the enforcement of federal safe-
.:'ty regulations.
, Homemade explosives and
illegal fireworks are responsible
for one-third of all injuries
related to fireworks. M-80s and
M-100s are considered a seri-
ous concern, despite the fact
they've been "banned since
1966".
Children under the age of
S14 are involved in 50% of all
sparkler-related injuries,
according to experts who rec-
ommend no one under the age
of 12 handle the devices. They
also recommend adults be pres-
ent when using sparklers; they
,.,,'only be used outdoors in open
-. areas; and those using the fire-
works avoid alcohol use. In
addition, officials say sparklers
..%; should not be thrown at another
, person; should be kept away
from flammable objects, cars,
and buildings; and discarded in
a container of water.
A recent bum ban, imple-
mented by county officials due
.to the drought, causes addition-
al concern. Trees and fields
, have become kindling, they say,
because of lack of rainfall.
According to Milton Fire
Chief John Reble, if rain does-
n't fall soon, the City's firework
" display may be at risk. The final
decision could be made as late
as the day before the event. If
all goes as planned, the
Independence Day celebration


will take place at Riverwalk in
downtown Milton on July 4,
beginning at 9 a.m. and ending
at dusk, following the fireworks


display.
Written by Lynne Hough.
Reach her at:
hough@sr-pg.com


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Proposed tagging law has many upset


By JEFF EVERTS
Press Gazette Staff Writer
If George Orwell werp alive
today, he might be proud of the
Federal government taking his
mantra "Big Brother is watch-
ing" to another level.
Orwell might be.
Local farmers are not.
Much like a chapter from
Orwell's novel, 1984, in which
the government watched d all
actions of its citizens, The U.S.
Congress is considering mov-
ing forward with legislation that-
%\ would keep an eye on the mo\ e-
ment of...animals.
Linder the legislation, titled
the". "National Animal
Identification System Draft
Strategic Plan" or NAIS, the
government would require all
owners of livestock to register
those animals and keep track of
their movements.
The'legislation is intended
to allow government to track
the births,, deaths, and co-min-
gling of all livestock in the,
United States.
-However, some say it
would go far beyond that if the
law .takes effect as currently\
written.
Under NAIS. owners would
first receive a seven-digit prem-
ise I.D. number to signify their
particular piece of property and
then an additional unique 15-
digit animal I.D. number to
identity each animal on the
property.
And, the legislation is not
unique to farmers or those that
raise livestock on their property.
The law, when enacted,
would cover horses, cattle,
goats, poultry, sheep, swine,
alpacas, llamas, bison, deer and
elk, but could be extended to
include the average homeown-
er's pet dog, cat, or even rabbit.
Anyone with aniinals cov-
ered under the list would be
required to participate in the
program or face a fine of
$1,000 per day, per incident for
any animal not properly\ tagged.
The legislation would -also
require the animal's owner to


record every movement and
interaction the animal has.
Those who fear .the worst
say such legislation 'could
mean, if a homeowner were to
take the family pet dog for a
walk through the neighborhood
to the local park, that pet owner
might be compelled to report,
within 24 hours, every property
his dog walked past as well as
every animal the dog came in
contact with.
. Taken a step further, a horse
owner might be compelled to
report all movements the horse
makes including trail rides,
parades, equestrian events, pri-
vate rides, and every entry and
exit from a property as well as
x hat animals the horse came in
contact with.
Even a trip to a veterinarin-
an's office might require a
report to be sent to the govern-
ment via Internet or telephone,
according to a n\ er pro\ ided by
anti-NAIS forces.
. Some may ask why, the
Federal government is enacting
such wide-ranging legislation.
.Officials say it was. intend-
ed to help open foreign markets
to the .large beef exporters, par-
ticularly in Japan, which recent-,
ly opened its markets to U.S.
beef exports only to close it
again a short while later..
The deeper reason, or justi-
fication, for the legislation is
said to be one of preventing dis-
eases such as mad cow, bird flu,
or hoof-in-mouth disease from
spreading amongst herds or
flocks.
The government says the
move would help in tracing
food back to the farm in the
case of any potential liability,
from food-borne illnesses.
� The truth of the matter is,
claims nonais.org, NAIS will
not prevent . diseases from
spreading because most food-
borne diseases occur within the
processing plant to which NAIS
does not extend. As an exam-
ple, they point to foot-in-mouth
disease which is transmitted
through dust in the air.
'Opponents' to the" proposed


law say an easier solution
would be for the government
and citizens to compel the
USDA 'to do its job properly
and more thoroughly.
What effect would NAIS
have if put into action?
Larger, or corporate farm-
ers, would likely pass the costs
.of the program along to the con-
sumer in the form of higher
prices on meat and poultry.
Smaller farmers, pet own-
ers, and 4-H or FFA members,
might have to carry the' burden
of cost themselves, opponents
say. They note other countries
which have enacted similar leg-
islation have driven small farm-
ers out of business. -
Animals could receive their
unique 15-digit number in one
of several different ways
including injected Radio,
Frequency Identification
(RFID) micro-chips, RFID but-
ton tags, RFID SwifTacs tags,
or RFID ear tags at a cost of
between $3-20 per animal.
Large producers would be
able to use one number to cover
their entire herd, ,conceivably
tens of thousands of animals.
Under the legislation, ani-
mal health providers, veterinar-
ians, police, and even gas, elec-
tric or telephone employees
would be compelled to report
any untagged animals.
The Press-Gazette attempt-
ed to contact U.S. Congressman'
Jeff Miller to get his perspective
on the proposed legislation, but
he was uftavailable before press
time.
However, his office did say
Miller was opposed to the legis-.
lation and had even recently
voted against funding for the


program.
For further information onn
NAIS, log. on to the USDA!
website by using the following
p a t h
http://animalid.aphis.usda.gov/.
nais/about/pdfyNAIS Draft Str"
ategic_Plan 42505.pdf.
Story written by Jeff-.
Everts. Reach him at:.
everts @ sr-pg. comr


Crash sends

one to hospital:
A Thursday mid-afternoon,
auto accident on 1-10 sent twdo-
teenagers to Sacred Heart-
fospital in critical condition.
According to a Florida-
Highway Patrol (FHP) report,'
the 2005 Lexus SUV, driven by,
Stace\ Floyd Shaw, 43, of,
Jacksonville, went off the inter-
state near mile marker 41,
before hilling tI o trees. A-
Troopers say Shaw was,
traveling westbound on 1-10.
around 2:45 p.m. when the-'
vehicle went off the road into.
the median where Shaw over-.'
corrected.
According to the FHP,
report, Shaw's vehicle hit a pine,
tree with its left front-causing.
it to begin spinning and turning:
onto its right side.
The vehicle then reportedly;v
hit another pine tree %\ith its;
roof-crushing the roof and4
entrapping the three occupants.'
Troopers say the two
teenage passengers, Betty
Shaw, 15, Jacksonville and
Carolyn Mathews, 15, Ponte
Vedra Beach, both received
critical injuries as a result of the
crash.


Sex offender sought


By LYNNE HOUGH
Press Gazette Staff Writer
The Santa Rosa Sheriff's
Office is seeking a registered
sex offender .on a warrant
issued here with 76 counts.
Joseph Christian Fontana,
also known. as Christian
Fontana, has been arrested for,
sex crimes involving children
three times, according to police
officials.
He was last known to be
living in Ft Walton Beach
where he befriended a single
mom and her three children.:
Authorities say he met the
woman at church. He ended up
committing offenses against the
children.
A warrant for his arrest has
been issued in Okaloosa
County, as well as Santa Rosa
County. The Santa Rosa
charges include: 25 counts of


sexual assault on a victim o'ere
12; 25 counts of lewd & lasciv-
ious behavior (Conduct b\ per-'
sons 18 or older); 25 counts of
lewd and lasci\ious behaviors
(exhibit by persons 18 or older.
victim less than 16);, and one
count of showing obscene
material to a child.
Fontana has previous,
arrests and convictions in LA;
County, California and Pascoi
County, Florida.
He is described as 6'2", 200,
pounds. with blonde hair and
brown eyes. Anyone with infor-,
mation about his crimes or his
location .is asked to call the
Santa -Rosa Sheriff's Office at
(850) 983-1100 or Crime
Stoppers at (850) 437-STOP. '
Story written by Lynne
Hough.
Reach her at:
hough@sr-pg.com
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Legal Notices


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR SANTA ROSA COUN-
TY, FLORIDA PROBATE
DIVISION
File No. 57-2006-CP-168
Division Probate
IN RE: ESTATE OF
VIVIAN SAPP PELHAM
a/k/a VIVIAN ELIZABETH
PELHAM
a/k/a VIVIAN E. PELHAM
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of Vivian Sapp Pelham,
deceased, whose date of
death was February 17, 2006,
is pending in the Circuit Court
for Santa Rosa County,
Florida, Probate Division; the
address of which is PO Box
472, Milton, Florida 32572.
The names and addresses of
the personal representative
and the personal representa-
tive'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 rust 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 SER-
VICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other persons
having claims or demands
against decedent's estate
must file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME-PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.


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Relay Bull-Riding
event planned
Monday, July 3rd the "Disco
Divas" Relay for Life team
would appreciate your support
at the bull-riding rodeo. The
rodeo will be held at the Hayes
Ranch on Berryhill 'Road at
7:30 p.m. Our relay team will
be selling hot dogs, hamburg-
ers, drinks and a few other
items. As a team we are asking
for your generous support. Your
help and/or donation will be
used for research, advocacy,


The date of first publication of
this notice is June 21, 2006.
Attorney for Personal
Representative
Is/ J. Mark Fisher
J. Mark Fisher
Florida Bar No. 494992
148 Miracle Strip Parkway SE
Suite 2
Fort Walton Beach, Florida
32548
Telephone: (850) 244-8989
Personal Representative:
Is/Jerry Lynn P. Adkins
Jerry Lynn PR Adkins
127. Calle de Santiago
Pensacola, Florida 32503
062106
062806

Public Notice
The School District of Santa
Rosa County invites you to
share your input for the devel-
opment of the "Individuals
with Disabilities Education Act
Grant". Please contact Linda
Novota, Santa Rosa School
District- 983-5167 with your
comments and suggestions.
062806
062806
6/490
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR SANTA ROSA COUN-
TY, FLORIDA PROBATE
DIVISION
File No. 57-2006-CP-52
Division
IN RE: ESTATE OF
CHARLES E. JACKSON
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of Charles E. Jackson,
deceased;,whose date of
death was September 13,
2005, is pending in the Circuit
Court for Santa Rosa County,
Florida, Probate Division; the
address of which is P.O. Box
472, Milton, Florida 32572.
The names and addresses of
the personal representative
and the personal representa-
tive's attorney are set forth
below..
All cr,' rh: r 1 . inF.- Ai &c I.,Ir
a..a cnTr.Ar pr' ron, nh .,.-,.g
.:. i.. cor .rimnar.3 a-i a.rn l -


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 SER-
VICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other persons
having claims or demands
against decedent's estate
must file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
The first publication of this
notice is June 28, 2006.
Attorney for Personal
Representative
/s/ J. Mark Fisher
J. Mark Fisher
Florida Bar No. 494992
1448 SE Miracle Strip
Parkway, Suite 2
Fort Walton Beach, Florida
32548 .
Telephone: (850) 244-8989
Personal Representative:
/s/ David E. Jackson
David E. Jackson
112 PInewood Terrace
Fort Walton Beach, Florida
32548
062806
070506

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEAR-
ING
WHEREAS, Marguerite R
Gibson, has petitioned to
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rand I-r...ur,.-e ar. .r.wvrw:r
arn. rgrrt r i irir i puoi: ii r. na
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public education and patient
services in our community,, to
help those in their battle against
cancer. Saddle up and enjoi a
night of food, fellow ship and
fun as we lasso a cure for can-
cer.

Public meeting,
rescheduled
The City of Milton's Public
Works Cominittee will meet on
Monday, July 3, 2006, at 2:30
p.m. in Conference Room 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.

Foxhunters to
hold Special Events
The Blackwater Foxhunters
Association is holding their
annual 3-Day Field Trial &
Bench Show July 5 - 8


property to wit:
The entire segment of Bill
Street running East and West
lying adjacent to Lots 7, 8, 9,
10, 11 & 12 of Block 42, and
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6 of Block
44, as recorded in the
Floridatown Heights
Subdivision OR 1376 Page
251 in the public records of
Santa Rosa County, Florida.
AND WHEREAS, a time and
date has been established for
a public hearing for the Board
of County Commissioners to
consider the advisability of
exercising its authority pur-
suant to Chapter 336 of the
general statutes to vacate,
abandon, discontinue,
renounce and disclaim 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 Caroline
Street, Milton, Florida on the
13th day of July, 2006, at the,
hour of 9:30 a.m. cst/cdst, or
as soon thereafter as the mat-
ter can be considered.
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 pro-
ceedihgs they are appealing
exists and for such purpose,
"r Ar. -a r need . i ,ru',.ur- rla a
'.erDOaI, r,.:, wtd o1 rhe pro-
ceadi;n, i: rrade wh;.:h
rec .:.r. roll ir.::u- i .a lh e . '
mony and the evidence upon
which their appeal is to be
based. Interested parties may
appear at the meeting and be
nea3l air. r- i.,,c~lc ii Ir.-_ nr'
lei
062806
062806 .
6/492


(Wednesday through Saturday)
in Historic Blackwater Field
Trial Area, in Munson.
There \\ ill be a 2-Day Derby
(3 da) all ages.). Hounds run
together -scored separately.
There will be plenty of
camper hookups and covered
kennels at headquarters and.
three home-cooked meals
served each day by "Fat
Rabbit." This event is national-
ly affiliated and the entry fee is
$30. Membership cost is $10.
Enter hounds on
Wednesday, July 5th between 3
and 10 p.m.
A benefit Pig Roast and
Bench Show will be held
Wednesday night, (July 5th) at
6 p.m. before the Bench Show
at the Coldwater Recreation
Area. Proceeds will benefit a
campground ranger with a fam-
ily member who has cancer., a
night of Karaoke on Thursday,
and Friday night will be


Wanna dance? Come out this Saturday


Come out Saturday night,
July 1st and enjoy an evening
of fun, plus 'help the MHS
Band Boosters raise a little
money.
All ages get together at the
Milton Community Center on
the 1st Saturday of every
month to enjoy an evening of
dance and fun! Jeanelle &
Harvey Kingry teach a few
"simple" line dances from 7:30
to 8:30 p.m., and then Harvey
plays some really great country
music from 8:30 to 10:30 p.m.
Everyone enjoys the fun, some
just learning, some more expe-
ienced, and then some swing
dancers showing off their stuff!
Harvey even .throws in some
special songs for the little ones.
i


MHS Band Boosters Club
asks for a $5 donation at the
door. They also sell water, cold
drinks, and snacks during the
dance.
If you want to have a fun
time this Saturday evening,
come on out to the Milton,
Community Center at 5629
Byrom Street, Milton. For
more information, go to
www.mightyblackandgold.com
or call the Kingrys at 623-4235.


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR LEE COUNTY, FLORI-
DA
File No.: 06-CP-1986
CHARLES J. GEMMELL
also known as
CHARLES GEMMEL
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration 'of the
estate of CHARLES J. GEM-
MELL, also known as
CHARLES GEMMEL,
deceased, File Number 06-
CP-1986, is pending in the
Circuit Court for Lee County,
Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is P.O. Box
9346, Ft. Myers, FL 33902.
The names and addresses of
the personal representatives
and the personal representa-
tives' 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 served
must file their claims with this
Court WITHIN THE LATER
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION 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 persons having
claims' or demands against
the decedent's estate must file
their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL C LAIMS riOT ri FILED
tVILL BE FOCRE'VER
BARRED
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S'
DATE OF DEATH IS .
BARRED.
The date of the first publica-
tion ol ir.,i' N.i.,ce i: June 26
2006.
Attorney for Personal


Representatives:
Is/ Thornton 0. Beazell
Thornton 0. Beazell, Attorney
Florida Bar No. 0744832
P.O. Box 60091
Ft. Myers, FL 33906
Tele. 239-936-8448
Personal Representative:
/s/Wanda E. Parker
Wanda E. Parker
5017 Lee St.
Lehigh Acres, FL 33071
062806
070506
6/493
NOTICE OF PROPOSED
ORDINANCE ENACTMENT
TO WHOM IT MAY CON-
CERN:
Please be advised that on the
11th day of July, 2006, at 5:01
p.m., CDT, at the City Council
meeting room at the City Hall
at 6738 Dixon Street, in the
City of Milton, Florida, there
will be proposed for enact-
ment an Ordinance whose
title is as follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 1206-06
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING
ORDINANCE NO. 854,THE
LAND DEVELOPMENT REG-
ULATIONS OFTHE CITY OF
MILTON, BY ADDING DEFIN-
ITIONS OF MISSIONS AND
BENEVOLENT DISTRIBU-
TION CENTERS TO SEC-
TION III -1.1, BY AMEND-
ING SECTION III - 4.7 RESI-
DENTIAL COMMERCIAL
DISTRICT TO PROVIDE FOR
ADDITIONAL USES SPECIF-
ICALLY PROHIBITED PRO-
VIDING FOR SEVERABILITY
PROVIDING FOR REPEAL
OF ORDINANCES IN CON-
FLICT HEREWITH AND"
PROVIDING ON EFFECTIVE
DATE.,
Th;: Ord;r.ar. , - ; .:.. [;- ;ri
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n-pec.i.r. ,.r, ,,voeinld
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r,.g an b. h-, r.l - wir. r'eip .ci
G Ie prop,:,;..� COrdrar,.:-
This the 21st day. of June,
2006.
City Clerk
062806
062806
6/494


. Gospel/Bluegrass from 7 to, 10
p.m. There are all age numbers
- 200-899, and Derby numbers
of all other numbers.
Quick Track collars are
awarded daily to the top All-
Age & Derby Speed & Drive
hounds. Thanks go especially
to Quick Trick.
To reserve your numbers
call: Secy Lindsey Burns
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lindseyburns@ gmail.com.
President is Weasel Orso. Bring
the family for a fine week of
fun!!


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baby beds, TV, vcr,
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MOVING SALE ev-
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the end of June.
Furniture, clothes,
dishes, jewelry, col-
lectibles, etc. 5627
Stewart St. Tuesday
through Saturday
10am- 4pm.

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and associated data transmit-
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equipment.
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Harold T. Lehmann of Manatee
St., Navarre, FL, and Anita S.
Warriner of Redfish Point Road,
Lillian, AL.
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daughter of Carl M. and Parricia
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Hulsey promoted.
to rank of Colonel
Lloyd W. Hulsey has been
promoted to the rank of colonel
in the U.S. Air Force Reserve.
Hulsey, a director of opera-
tions, is assigned to the 815th
Airlift Squadron, Keesler Air
Force Base, Biloxi, MS. He has
served in the military for 21
years.
He is the son of Ingeborg W.
Hulsey of Plaza Drive,
Daleville, AL, and brother of
retired Air Force Col. Barney G.�
Hulsey of Navarre Parkway,
Navarre, FL.
His wife, Sandra, is the
daughter of Larry Weaver of
Bush Isle Road, Andalusia, AL,
and Elaine Settle of Piney Creek
Road, South Hill, VA.
The colonel graduated in
1977 from Daleville High
School, AL, and, received a
bachelor's degree in 1981 from
Troy State University, AL.

Black graduates
from BC training
Army Pvt. Jerry D. Black II
has graduated from basic com-
bat training at Fort Jackson.
Columbia, SC.
During the 'nine. weeks of
training,,the soldier studied the
Army mission, hisiorn. tradition
and core values, physical fit-
ness, and received, instruction
and practice in basic combat
skills, military weapons, chemi-
cal warfare and bayonet train-
ing, drill and ceremony, march-,
ing. rifle marksmanship. armed
and unarmed combat, map read-
ing, field tactics, military cour-
tesy, military justice system,
basic first aid, foot marches, and
field training exercises.
He is the son of Kathy Black
of Tracker Drive, Milton, FL.
. Black is a 2005 graduate of
Milton High School.

Thompson joins-
the Army DEP
Daniel J. Thompson 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 education.
After completion of basic mili-
tary training, soldiers receive
advanced individual training in
their career job specialty prior
to being assigned to their first
permanent duty station.
Thompson reported to Fort
Jackson, Columbia, SC, for
basic training on this past
March. -
He is the son of Perry M.
Thompson of Laurelwood
Drive, Milton, FL, and Kay M.
Thompson of Burlington
Avenue, St. Petersburg, FL.

Daniel joins
the Army DEP
Brandon J. Dahiel has joined
the United States Army Reserve
under the Delayed Training
Program.
The program gives young
men and women the opportuni-
ty to delay reporting for basic
military training for up to 270
days. An enlistment in the
reserve gives many new soldiers
the option to learn a new skill,
serve their country, and become


eligible to receive more than
$7,000 toward a college educa-
tion, $20,000 for repayment of
college loans, and a maximum
$5,000 cash bonus.
After completion of basic
military training, most soldiers
receive advanced individual
training in their career job spe-
cialty prior to being assigned to
their first permanent duty sta-
tion.
Daniel reported to Fort
Benning, Columbus, GA, for
basic training in May, of this
year, 2006.
He is the son of Melissa A.
Price of Morgan Court, Milton,
FL, and Shawn J. Daniel of N:
Port Blvd., Pensacola, FL.

Wronko
joins Army DEP
Brian K. Wronko 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
skiIl, travel and become eligible
to receive as much as $50,)00
toward a college education.
After completion of basic mili-
[arN training. soldiers receive
advanced indi dual training in
[heir career job special\ prior to
being assigned to their first per-
manent duty station.
The recruit qualities for an
$8,000 enlistment bonus.
Wronko. a 2003 graduate of
Bozeman High School. NIT.
reported to Fort Jackson,
Columbia, SC, for active duty
on May 4,2006.
* He is the son of Randy and
Marjii Wronko of Bull Trail
Road, Bozeman.
His wife, Jacqueline, is the
daughter of Charles and Josie
Warren of 7th Ave., Milton,
FL.

Huseby joins
the US Army DEP
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 education.
After completion of basic milhi-
tary training, soldiers receive
advanced individual. training in
their career job specialty prior to
being assigned to their first per-
manent 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 Di.
Coppedge of Watkins St.,
Milton, Fla., and Brett A.
Huseby of Long Shore Drive,
Little Elm, Texas.


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Chief

Secretary Nicholson
Announces VA to Provide Free
Credit Monitoring Washington
(June 21,2006) - As part of the
continuing efforts by the
Department of Veterans Affairs
(VA) to protect and assist those
potentially affected by the
recent data theft that occurred
at an employee's Maryland
home, Secretary of Veterans
Affairs R. James Nicholson
today announced that VA will
provide one year of free credit
monitoring to people whose
sensitive personal information
may have been stolen in the
incident.
"VA continues to take
aggressive steps to protect and
assist people who may be
potentially affected by this data
theft," said Nicholson. "VA has
conducted extensive market
research on available credit
monitoring solutions, and has
been working diligently to
determine how VA can best
serve those whose information
was stolen."
Free credit monitoring will
help safeguard those \\ho may
be affected, and will provide
them with the peace of mind
they deserve," he added. The
Secretary said VA has no rea-
son to belie e the perpetrators
\\ho commuted this burglary
were, targeting the data.
Federal investigators believe
that it is unlikely that identity
theft has resulted from the data
theft.
This week, VA will solicit
bids from qualified companies .
to provide a comprehensive
credit monitoring solution. VA
will ask these' companies to
provide expedited proposals
and to be prepared to imple-
ment them rapidly once they
are under contract. After VA
hires a credit monitoring com-
pany, the Department will send
a detailed letter to .people
whose sensitive personal infor-
mation may have been includ-
ed in the stolen data.
This letter will explain cred-
it monitoring and how eligible
people can enroll or "opt-in"
for the services. The
Department expects to have
the services in place and the
letters mailed by mid-August.
Secretary Nicholson also
announced VA is soliciting
bids to hire a company that
provides data-breach analysis,
which will look, for possible
misuse of the stolen VA data.
Community4-Based
Outpatient Clinic (CBOC),
regional office, national ceme-
'tery,' field office and VA's
Central Office- observe
Security Awareness Week
beginning June 26. People who
believe they may be affected
by the data theft can go to
www.firstgov.gov for more
information. VA also continues
to operate a call center that
people can contact to get infor-
mation about this incident and
learn more about consumer-
identity protections.
That toll free number is 1-
800-FED INFO (1-800-333-
4636). The call center is oper-
ating from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00
p.m. (EDT), Monday-Saturday
as long as it is needed.


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FoodSource for July available soon


FoodSource, a program through
the First United Methodist
Church, is presenting their June
schedule. A tentative menu is
published for planning purposes
only and to accommodate the
request of the customers. Menu
items are subject to change
without notice.
Sign-Up time will be
Wednesday, July 5, 6-8 p.m.
and Thursday & Friday, July 6
& 7, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Pick-Up date and time will be
Saturday, July 22, 2006, 6:00-


8:30 a.m.
Menu: The standard frozen &
dry unit is $21 & includes:
Salisbury Steaks, Hamburger
meat, Bacon, Lunch Meat,
Frozen vegetables, Frozen
Biscuits, Bonus Item, Potatoes,
Onions, Dry Beans, Muffin
Mix, Bonus Item, Flavor Rice,
and Soda. '
Breakfast Box ($12) - Ham
Steak, Bacon, French Toast,
Grits, Juice and Eggs.
A standard unit must be pur-
chased in order to get any of the


Surprise Birthday for "Bob" Daniels
A surprise birthday party for Algona,'1A, David R. & Mar
Robert "Bob" Warren Daniels Daniels, Springfield, MO1,.
was "held in .Jessica, E
Wilton, FL, on K a r is
Sunday, June I11. Ror i-g u e
2006. Those Milton;
attending were :"'great-gral'
his wife-Jerry chi ) dre
Daniels; 4 chil- A r g e e
dren and spous-.. .T a m o r i
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D a n i e s. VA, Bry
Moulton, LA., --" Eakins, Algo
Wayne & Alice - IA, David-


D angels ,
Pensacola. FL,
Marian & John Julius. Algona.
IA, David & Sandra Daniels,
Excelsior Springs, MO. Eric
Rodriguez ' (son-in-law),
Milton; his grandchildren-Nina
Tamoria, Chesapeake, VA,
Valerie Wollner, Mason City.
IA, Zarah Lewis, Pensacola,
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Payne, Milton. Other guests
were Randy. & Jenny Ireland of
Springfield. MO, ,Ralph
Roberts and Twyhti,.Smith,
. Milton, and Willie .Warner;,
.UL. Pitman, Kenny Day, and
other friends from the. VFW
Post 4833.


following boxes.
Premium Unit ($31)
Everything in standard, plus
Italian Meatballs, 28 oz.
sausage, 1 dozen eggs, and
cheese.
Variety Steak Box ($20) - 5 or 6
pieces
All participants must be prompt
or arrive earlier to pick up their
food units. We cannot be
responsible for food items
spoiling because they were late
in picking up their units. First
United Methodist Church is


located at 6819 Berryhill St.,
Milton. Call 623-6683 for more
information. The motto is "If
you eat, you qualify." EBT's are
welcome.
Reminder: The menu is provid-
ed for planning purposes. Menu
is subject to change. South
Alabama Food Cooperative
FoodSource is' a small group.
Help us remain in business by
spreading the word about our
food program. Your efforts can
make a difference.


Dan Kirkland in Concert


The First Baptist Church of Bagdad, located at 4529 Forsyth Street
in Bagdad, will be hosting Dan Kirkland in concert on Sunday,
July 2, at 11 a.m. Dan is a local Southern.Gospel musician who
shares God's Word and inspires others through the gift,of music.
We invite you to'join us this upcoming Sunday, July 2, 2006 for a
time of inspiration and song.

Grace Fellowship Pastor Appreciation


Grace Fellowship is pleased to
invite you to share in Pastor'
Appreciation Day with them in
the morning service on Sunday,,
July 2nd. Sunday School starts'
at 10 a.m., and worship begins
at 11 a.m.The first Sunday of
July actually marks the 13th
anniversary of Pastor and Sister
Barrow beginning their work at
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church would be honored to
have you join in for the service
and lunch to help Pastor and
Sister Barrow know how much
they are appreciated. Please do
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as, we forgive our debtors"


Ask the Preacher

..a weekly column answering your questions
with Biblical answers about life.
Dear Pastor Gallups, "I am writing in response to your
recent article on being "slain in the Spirit". I agree with many
of the points that you made including the fact that the phrase is
not found in scripture and that the two scripture examples peo-
ple often give (Paul on the Damascus Road and the guards in
the Garden on the night of Jesus' arrest) do not lend support to
the phenomenon. (Since these were clearly unbelievers who
were "knocked down")
But, the question should be... "Is it possible to have physi-
cal reactions to the manifest presence of God?" Examples
would include Moses' face glowing to Jacob's hip out of joint.
Most Christian scholars have no trouble believing that people
respond physically to demonic manifestations and the Bible is
full of such events.
If an individual wanted to support being "slain in the Spirit"
they should use the incidence, in the Old Testament where the
priests were unable to stand at the dedication of the temple (2
Chron. 7:1-3) or in Rev. 1:10-17 where John falls "as though
dead" upon seeing Jesus." T. C. Milton
Dear T.C.,
Thank you for your nice.letter and the kind comments that
you made about my article. I am afraid that your letter simply
further strengthens my previous point that the Bible makes no
mention of being "slain in the Spirit" nor is there one single
example of any such manifestation as is commonly practiced
today by some charismatic churches.
The reference to 2 Chronicles 7:1-3 makes no mention of
"falling down" but rather the Priests were simply "unable to
enter" the temple. The reference in Revelation was John's reac-
tion to being in the physical presence of Jesus. I certainly have
no problem with that.
Your reference to the demonic manifestations in the Bible is
correct. That is my fear of what may really be behind the mod-
em "slain in the Spirit" movement today, since that widely prac-
ticed phenomenon certainly is neither mentioned nor illustrated
ani v.here in the Bible.
As far as Moses' face and Jacob's hip...these were physical
lthins ihai GOD did to them...not "reactions" that they had
from a "spiritual e \perience".
So, I will continue to stand by my previous position. Being
"slain in the Spirit" simply is not a Biblical phenomenon and
should not be practiced in a Biblical Christian church.,
Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in Milton.
iHe has a Bachelor of Science degree from Florida State University, and a Master
of Divinity from The New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. He has been
pastor of HHBC since 1987. He serves as an International Youth Evangelist for
the Southern Baptist Convention since 1990 preaching all over the US. and
Canada. For more information about HHC, call 623-8959 or visit our website @
www.hickoryhammockbaptist.org. If you have any questions for Ask Tihe
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Community


Celebrate 'the Fourth' early at the Riverwalk Market
: Come celebrate a "Santa bage, canary melons, cauli- On Saturdays, the Market also U.S. 90 in downtown Milton.
'tbsa Fresh" Independence flower, corn, cucumbers, has herbs, vegetable, potted Several growers participat-
Ray a few days early with the grapefruit, greens, hot pep- plants, and cut flowers. More ing in the Riverwalk Market
Riverwalk Market Saturday, pers, lemons, baby romaine is coming in each week. have been certified as "Santa
Jly 1, with cooking demon- lettuce,, mangos, melons, The Riverwalk Market is Rosa Fresh" producers. The
rations, music, refresh- okra, onions, peaches, peas, open weekly at 7:30 a.m. on Santa Rosa Fresh brand guar-
ients, and door prizes peppers, plums, potatoes, Tuesday, Thursday and antees that labeled produce is
tiroughoult the day. squash (butternut squash, but- Saturday. Cooking demon- grown in Santa Rosa County.
, Blueberries are becoming ter stick squash, patty pan stations will begin at 9 a.m. When customers buy Santa
scarce, so get them while you squash), eggplant, oranges, The Market is located behind Rosa. Fresh produce, they
4an. Also in season are fresh, tomatoes, zucchini, watermel- the Santa Rosa County court- know they are getting the
"cally grown butterbeans, ons, local honey, as well as house and across from the freshest fruits and vegetables
ell peppers, cantaloupe, cab- other fruits and vegetables. Veterans Memorial, just off in town and supporting local
agriculture.
A variety of items other

PJC schedules Workforce Courses tha produscanbeso keto
always seeking new vendors.
Moving from Conflict to Access. Level II (8 hrs'.) Electrical Safety Training'(8 Those items include herbs,
collaboration (4 hrs.) from 1 to from 8 a.m. to 12 noon on hrs.) from 8 a.m. till 5 p.m. on plants, cut flowers, mulches,
$'p.m., Thursday, July 6, 2006. Tuesday and Thursday, July 11 Tuesday, July 18, 2006. Cost: approved food items, baskets
Cost. $79. and 13, 2006. Cost: $79. . $175. and other crafts.
: MS Word. Level I (8 hrs.) Quickbooks for Payroll (4 Confine Space (8 hrs.) from . For more information,.or to
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JO, 12, 2006. Cost: $79. $69. Cost: $175. visit the Market's Web site at
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ednesdays, and Thursdays. Cost: $69. $175.
Uly 11 through August 1, E\cel. Le\el I (8 hrs.i from Coaching: Bnnging Out the
P006. Cost. $300 8 a.m. till 12,noon on Monday Best in Others (4 hrs.r from I
* Xactimate Software and Wednesday, July 17 & 19, p.m. till 5 p.m. on Tuesday. NOTICE C
Training 24 hrs.) from 6 p m. 2006. Cost: $79. July 25. 2006. Cost: $79.
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Wednesdays. and Thursdays from 8 a.m. till 12 noon on for registration or more infor-
ul} 11 through 20, 2006. Cost: Monday and Wednesday, July mation.
5.00. 18 and 20,.2006. Cost: $79. The Santa Rosa County Local Planni
Sings to consider a change of land use
ment. The hearings are scheduled as :.
Driver License checkpoints scheduled meneh
Local Planning Board (to consider ar
, The Florida Highway ment and driver license laws Road north of Anderson proposal):
?atrol will be conducting of Florida while ensuring the Lane; Chumuckla Highway
'river license and vehicle protection of all motorists, north of. U.S. 90; Bagdad Board ot County Commissioners (to
pIspection checkpoints dur- . ul 1 - 8; Quinitette Road Highway south -of 'Milton: 1
9pg the month of July 2006 at 'west of County Road 197; Mulat Road south of U.S. 90.
te below listed locations in Bagdad. Highway south of July :23 - 31: Galt City Both meetings will be held at the San
Santa Rosa County. Milton; Hamilton Bridge Road south of Old Bagdad 6495 Caroline Street, Milton ,.Florida
' Recognizing the danger Road east of Bridge; County Highway; County Road 197 Commissioners shall consider the ore
*resented to the public by Road 197 north of Guernsey north of Guernsey Road;
defective equipment, troopers Road; State Road 4 northern State Road 87 northern Santa AN ORDINANCE RELAT
vill concentrate their efforts Santa Rosa County. Rosa County; Da-Lisa Road
'.n vehicles being operated July 9-15;: Nicholes Lake east of Galt City Road;
, ith defects such as bad Road east of State Road 8-7; Hamilton Bridge Road east of ' SANTA ROSA COUNTY C
brakes. vorn tires, and defec- West Spencerfield north, of Bridge; Quintette Road east CLASSIFICATIONS AS D
nv.e lighting equipment. In U.S. 90; Ward Basin Road of Escambia River; State NANCE 91-24 AS AMENI
Addition. attention will be east of Chumuckla Highway; Road 4 east of Jay City
.directed to drivers who would State Road 87 in Holley- Limits.ED IN THE ATTACHED
violate the drier license laws Navarre. ."*' CIAL ZONING MAP OF I
of Florida. uly 16 - 22; Hamilton ATTACHED MAPS; AND
The patrol has found these. Bridge Road easi of Brindge: " __ '
checkpoints to be an effective State Road 89 northern Santa
-means of enforcing the equip- Rosa County; Willard Norris , l -
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Zoning District Amended: from R1 (Single
Family Residential District) to R2 (Medium
Density Residential District) - total alproxi-
mately 1.4 (+/-) acres.
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from
Single Family Residential to Medium Density
Residential. NOTE: This request was recom-
mended for denial by the Local Planning Board
at their May 11, 2006 meeting and will not be
reconsidered at the above noted July Local
Planning Board meeting. However, the Board
of County Commissioners will consider the rec-
ommendation and make a decision on the
request at the July 27, 2006 meeting noted
above.


Zoning District Amended: from AG (Agriculture
District) to PUD (Planned Unit Development
District) - total approximately 588 (+/-) acres.
Future Land Use Designation Amended: No
Change


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)F CHANGE OF LAND USE

TO CONSIDER AN ORDINANCE

ng Board and Board of Counrt Comnissioners will conduct public hear-
and or rezoning of land areas depicted on the maps ihin tlus jadertiise-
follows:

id make a recommendation on the

Thursday, July 13,2006 at 6:00 p.m.

consider adoption of the ordinance):
Thursday. July 27,2006 at 6:00 p.m.

ita Rosa County Administrative Center in the Board Meeting Room.
. At the public hearings, the Local, Planning Board and Board of Couniv
finance entitled:

TING TO SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA; AMENDING
AMENDING THE FUTURE LAND USE MAP OF THE
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN; CHANGING THE LAND USE
DEPICTED IN THE ATTACHED MAPS; ENDINGG ORDI-
)ED; CHANGING THE ZONING DISTRICTS .4S DEPICT-
MAPS; .APPROI ING THE .4AENDDMENTS TO THE OFFI-
THE L4AD DEVELOPMENT CODE AS DEPICTED IN THE
PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE E DATE.


Future Land Use Designation Amended: No
Change


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Zoning District Amended, from AG (Agriculture
District) to Ml (Restricted Industrial District) -
total approximately 115 (+/-) acres.
Future Land Use Designation Amended: No
Change


Zoning District Amended: from AG (Agricultu
District) to PUD (Planned Unit Development
District) - total approximately 144 (+/-) acres.
Future Land Use Designation Amended: No
Change


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

Santa Rosa County adheres to the Americans with Disabilities Act and willlmake reasonable modifications for
access to this meeting upon request. Please call Santa Rosa County Planning, Zoning and Development
Division at (850) 981-7075 or (850) 939-1259 to make a request. For Hearing-Impaired, 1-800-955-8770
(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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NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETINGS TO

CONSIDER A TEXT AMENDMENT

TO THE SANTA ROSA COUNTY

LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE

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

Local Planning Board (to consider and make a recommendation on the proposed amendment):
Thursday, July 13, 2006 at 6:00p.m.

Board of County Commissioners (to review and consider adoption of the amendment):
Thursday, July 27, 2006 at 6:00 p.m.'

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

AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA; AMENDING THE
LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE ORDINANCE 91-24 AS AMENDED; AMENDING SEC-
TIONS 3.00.01, 4.03.07, 4.04.03 AND 7.01.08
REVISING THE ACCESS, CIRCULATION, AND OFF-STREET PARKING REQUIRE-
MENTS FOR DEVELOPMENT WHICH REQUIRES SITE PLAN APPROVAL, UPDATING
AND REVISING THE ACCESS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AND STANDARDS, IMPLE-
MENTING TURN LANE REQUIREMENTS FOR SUBDIVISION DEVELOPMENT, AND
REVISING THE STANDARDS FOR SHARED PARKING; AMENDING SECTIONS 3.00.01
AND 4.03.13 ESTABLISHING A REVIEW REQUIREMENT FOR MINOR SUBDIVISIONS
AND CLARIFYING SPECIFICATIONS FOR MINOR SUBDIVISIONS AND PARENT PAR-
CEL AND FAMILY HOMESTEAD SUBDIVISIONS; AMENDING SECTION 6.09.02
pROVIDING A TEXT AMENDMENT that no height variance is required for a conditional use
approval for a potable water tower; Amending section 4.03.03 establishing requirements and
development standards for parks and recreational areas in subdivision; AND PROVIDING
FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

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

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


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Sports



atyofleaonfoohd
regsbi'ation b wnderway
The City of Milton- is now
holding youth football registra-
tion.
Registration is open to chil-
dren ages five to 14 as of August
1,2006.
You can register your child
from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday
through Friday at the Milton
Community Center on Byrom
Street.
There are only a few open-
ings left in each division so don't
miss out and register today.
For more information you
can contact John Norton at 983-
5466.


regisbttion is underway
The 12th Annual Patriot
Football Camp will be held July
11 to July 13 at Pace High
School.
Cost of the camp is $50 and
will last from 9 a.m. to noon each
day.
Campers will need to bring
tennis shoes, cleates and wear
shorts and t-shirt.
For more information or to
sign up contact Coach Kent
Smith at 994-8653.
East Mton to hold acdu
sobalu meeigJwe 29
If you are interested in play-
ing in the Men's or Co-Ed
Softball team at East Milton
Youth Association, please be
advised that there will be a meet-
ing held on Thursday June 29th
at 7:00 p.m.
This meeting will be held in
the board room at East Milton
Recreational Park to discuss the
coming season.
If you have any questions
please contact Michael "Turtle"
Smith at 982-8087.

F&nd need yr help
The Pensacola Pelicans
have established a Rusty
Begnaud B benefit Fund to assist
with the rookie Pelican pitchers
medical expenses.
Begnaud suffered severe
spinal injuries and is suffering
from paralysis following a sim-
ming pool accident.
To Assist the Begnaud fami-
ly during Rusty's recovery you
can donate at any People's First
Bank branch. Out-of-town dona-
tions can be wired to the
account by calling People's First
Bank at 800-807-7227 and ask-
ing for the Gulf Breeze Branch.
CAwbOasV5Bifeatthe
HaesRmidhinJmdy3
Professional Bull Riding will
be held on July 3 at the Hayes
Ranch on Berryhill Rd.
Bull Riding will get underway
at 7:30 p.m. and run until around
9:30 p.m.
Tickets' are available at the
gate and are $15 for adults, chil-
dren are free.

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Pelicans are tied for lead


Scoop, the Pelicans mascot,'and some of the players get ready for a
home game at Pelican Park at the Univeristy of West Florida.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Titan Heart

J Ex-Panther is loving every

minute of his life long dream


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
'To say Courtland Finnegan
is living his dream would be an
understatement.
On Friday the fQrmer
Milton standout had just con-
cluded the Tennessee Titans
mini-camp and was preparing
to fly out to San Diego for the
NF's- mandatory rookie sym-
posiumrr- -
But Finnegan is enjoying
his time despite being, "put in
the fire."
"Things are going real well
for me," said Finnegan, who
was a seventh round choice by
the Titans and the 215th pick
overall. "I am learning a new
position and working very hard
on the punt team."
.Finnegan, who despite his
unofficial 4.29 40-yard time
during the pro day at Samford
University, is considered under-
sized, but they haven't designed
a device to measure the heart of
this former Panther standout.
"This is absolutely a chal-
lenge and I can't wait to go to
camp at the end of July at
Austin Peay State University,"
said Finnegan. "To me this is a
blessing just to get the chance
to play pro football.
"To me this has been very
exciting and fun; I love it."
But the key for anyone at
the pro level is to maintain his
motivation and drive.
"I do whatever it takes to
keep myself fired up," said'
Finnegan. "If it is an inspira-
tional song, a good word, or
what someone might have said
to the group or myself; I will.
use it.


"I am getting, a chance early
on to prove myself to the coach-
es."
Proving yourself is some-
thing every player has to do, but
it is something that is a must
when you are the 215th pick in
a draft \ here 255 players were
selected.
"When I was drafted they
had a plan in place," said
Finnegan. "'No%. it is up to me
to show them I fit the plan.
"That is how the business is
and you can never get compla-
cent."
Despite all of his talent and
awards as a player, in. high
school and in college, Finnegan
will be the first to tell you noth-
ing was ever easy for him.
"For me this is a steady
climb up hill," said Finnegan.
"I wish it came easy for me, but
nothing is easy at this level."
Besides his role as a gunner
or forcer on the punt team the
Titans are looking to utilize
Finnegan as a kick returned and
cornerback as well as some
other special team duties.
From the practices
Finnegan has learned the game
is quicker, but in some respects
it is also slower.
"The game itself is faster,"
said Finnegan. "'But people
don't realize in high school and
college it is 11 people to the
ball, where here you are paid to
be in a position."
One person who has
observed and been pleased with
Finnegan is Titans head coach
Jeff Fisher.
"Courtland has shown he
can do some things in a lot of
See, FINNEGAN, Pg. 3B '


0 Pensacola could take first half


season title if hot streak continues


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor I
If you would have said the
Pensacola Pelicans would be in
a tie for first place after starting
the season 0-8 most people
would have ordered you a
straight Jackei with sleeves in
the ba..k.
But as of Mondai\ night the
Pelicans and the Shreveport
Sport., " ho they swept for
three games this past weekend,
are in a tie for first placein the
American A-ssociation. South
Division.
The kei to this success is
their resilience) "
"I told everybody when I
was introduced as the new man-


ager of the Pelicans that I want-
ed a team that had. the charac-
teristic of the community," said
Kish Beauchamp. "With this
group of players we have the
same characteristic this area has
shown by overcoming hurri-
canes and continuing to
rebuild."
At the. start of the season
Beauchamp himself felt that he
was in, the middle of a hurrim-
cane.
"It might sound funny, but
at the first of the season I
thought we were in the middle
of a hurricane," said
-Beauchamp. "And the eye of
the storm was the zero before
the eight in our record at the


time."
Now the Pelicans are 23-19
heading into their visit on
Tuesday with the Saint Paul
Saints followed by a series,
against the St. Joseph;
BLickhnakes in their Northern
Division road trip.
"These guys have bounced
back and come together." said'
Beauchamrp "E'er\ team will
ha\ e a stretch where, they will
lost seven or eight games, but
,.hen that happen, at the first of
the season it quadruples the
pressure."
Add to that mix a very
intense coach and the problems,
'seemed to get worse.
See, PELICANS, Pg. 3B


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Former Milton High standout Courtland Finnegan is participating in drills which were a part of the
Tennessee Titans mini-camp, which concluded on Friday. Finnegan will report to the Titans Camp in
Clarksville, Tenn. at the end of July in hopes of preparing for his first of several NFL seasons.
Photo courtsey of the Tennessee Titans/Donn Jones Photography


Golf scramble is a success despite the rain


loey NMoberl) of Milton, Sha%%n Stearns of Central, School
Superintendent Johnny Rogers, Haley Millsap of Pace, and Kristen
Dorsey of Gulf Breeze pause for a photo during Friday's golf scram-
ble at the Moors.


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
Mother Nature threw a cou-
ple of fits, but it wasn't enough
to dampen the spirits of the
hundreds who participated in
the sixth annual Bennett C. and
Kathy Russell Scholarship Golf
Scramble on Friday at the
Moors.
The morning group
endured a heat index approach-
ing 100 and no breeze at all,
while the afternoon group
enjoyed a light show as thun-
derstorms and lightening halted
play on two occasions.
But the focus of everyone
besides. his or her golf game
was to assist with the Santa
Rosa County Education
Foundations scholarship pro-


gram.
So far in the previous five
years the golf tournament has
assisted in granting deserving
graduating season well over
$100,000 in scholarships to fur-
ther their education.
One particular group could
use some of those very dollars
collected on Friday to further
their education as Santa Rosa
School Superintendent Johnny
Rogers sponsored a team con-
sisting of Haley Millsap, Shawn
Stearns, Kristen Dorsey, and
Joey Moberly.
All four players were hav-
ing a good time, but their only
complaint on the day was how
poor they were putting.
"This is pretty fun," said
Pace's Millsap, who has just


completed qualifying for the
U.S. Junior Championships to
be held July 17-22 at Carmel
Country Club in Charlotte, N.C.
All four talked about how
much of an honor this was to be
called by the school superin-
tendent to play on a team he
was putting together for the
scramble.
For Rogers this was noth-
ing new.
"This is the second year I
have been involved in sponsor-
ing a team," said Rogers, who
was playing in the group
behind. "I think it is a good
opportunity to get some high
school athletes together so they
can have the opportunity to
play together instead of com-
peting against each other."


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'Russell Memorial Golf Scramble at the Moors. (Right) Dennis Wilson
steps up to the tee box on the 17th hole.
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(Left) Herb Cannon putts while his partners Frank Lay,
Buddy Hinote and Brad Marcilliatt intently watch the
roll of the ball. (Right) Haley Millsap is seen putting on
the 12th green while teammate Shawn Stearns closely
watches. (Bottom) Fitzgerald Lindsey sinks his putt,
which brings an appreciative smile from his teammate
Marty Stanovich.
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin


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Pelicans


Continued From Page One
"I feel like we lost every
way possible at the beginning
of the season," said
Beauchamp, who lost his cool
so bad he got ejected from a
game and almost broke his
hand. "We were trying to get
use to each other, but I lost my
composure at Coastal Bent and
went off.
"We might have needed
that at the time, but when I got
home I couldn't sleep."
Beauchamp admitted, "I
didn't handle my emotions
well."
After a second team meet-
ing everyone have been moving
right along as the halfway point
of the season approaches.
Pensacola is currently
ranked second in hitting at .295
as a club, which is four tenths
behind the Lincoln Salt Dogs.
Individually Trino Aguilar
is hitting .374 to lead the
American Association in hit-
ting, while teammate Ed
Montague is not far behind at
.371.
In the last 10 games Aguilar
is batting .353 with 12 hits, 11
RBI's and two home runs.
But it is Montague who
proved to be a perplexing ques-
tion at the start of the season.
As with any new team and
players it is hard for everyone
to get acquainted and to think
Montague started the season
out playing part-time.
"It was hard to learn all the
guys in 11 days and to get them
in the right position," said


Begnaud is

Press Gazette Staff Reports
The
Pe r, a co la
Pe lica n:
reported
that Rusty
and his
family are
in good
spirits fol-
lowing the
June 20 . P
pool acci-'
dent "%'lich Begnaud
par al z ecd
the rookie pitcher.
Begnaud has been sleep-
ing more lately and will be
moved to The Shepherd
Center in Atlanta when a bed
becomes available.
"We have been " welcomed
by the Pensacola conimmnunity."
said Rustn', mother PatriciM


Beauchamp. "I feel like we
have gotten past that and I have
learned the players better as a
coach.
"Getting to know a group
and put them in the right places
in 11 days is impossible."
Pitching is another strong
point for the Pelicans as they
lead the league in strikeouts
with 316 and have a combined
ERA of 3.59, while the Saints
are not far behind with an ERA
of 3.76.
Now the Pelicans are look-
ing ahead to carry on the suc-


;improving

Begnaud. "The Pelicans fami-
ly has been phenomenal.
Rusty's high spirits come
from being involved in a fine
organization like the
Pelicans."
A website hgas been set up
so you can stay up to date on
Begnaud's progress or to send
a message to him and his fam-
ily.
The website is
\ v. .\.carepages.com and then
t\ pe i Rust Begnaud to get to
his page.
Begnaud is still able to
move his fingers and arms
slightly, but has remained on a
respirator to help keep fluid
from building up in his lungs.
So far Pelican fans have
donated nearly $10.000 to the
"Rust\ Begnaud Benefit
Accoiiunt.


cess they started as affiliates of
the Southeastern Association of
Professional Baseball and the
now defunct Central Baseball
League.
"It might sound crazy, but I
am glad the losing streak hap-
pened and is ,now behind us,"
said Beauchamp. "I don't think
we will experience that again
unless injuries descimate the
ball club."

Story written by
Bill Gamblin. Reach himat
sports@srpressgazette.com


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different areas," said Fisher.
"So it has been encouraging."
There is even more to the
game that just showing up to
practice and that is where
Finnegan has found some good
influences since arriving in
Nashville:
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Courtland Finnegan is seen during his college days as a member of
the Samford Bulldogs.


learn from a 9 to 5 veteran who
I could look up to," said
Finnegan. "Since I got here I
have witnessed that work ethic
and attitude from a few guys
like Kyle Vanden Bosch, David
Thornton, and Lamont
Thompson.
"In this game you are going
to mess up, but the key is learn-
ing from the mistake you made
and not doing it again."
Despite being in Nashville
and putting on the uniform,
Finnegan is not satisfied by a
long shot when it comes to
being a pro football player.
"When 1 first put on the uni-
form I will admit if I had died
that day I would have died a
happy man," admitted
Finnegan. "But the question for
me and any other player fight-
ing for a position on the roster
is 'How good do you really
want to be.'
"I do not think I am done
because the first game hasn't
come and in reality I will never


think I am totally done."
After completing the
Rookie Symposium in San
Diego, Finnegan will spend
some time in Atlanta with for-
mer teammate Efram Hill, who
just finished his first season as a
receiver with the Carolina
Panthers.
"We are going to work out
together," said Finnegan.
"Since they are looking for me
to transition to corner this will
offer me the opportunity to
work on what they have taught
me so far.
"I have gotten through the
first real practice and being
around the likes of Vince Young
and those you didn't play
against in 1-AA is pretty awe-
some," said Finnegan. "But you
also learn very quickly we are
both human and it is time to
focus on practice."

Story written by
Bill Gamiblin. Reach hint
at sports@srpressgazette .coim


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By Tony Young

Tony.Young@MyFWC.com
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission


FWC's Dove Club
Offers Great Hunting

To me, the best part about hunt-
ing is not harvesting game - but
spending quality time in the out-
doors with good friends and fami-
ly. One of the best ways to do that
is through dove hunting. And,
with that in mind, it's easy to see
why greatdove hunts are in such
high demand and often difficult to
find.
That's why the FWC created its
special-opportunity Dove Club
Program - to offer hunters the
chance to experience exceptional
dove hunting on the state's best
public dove fields. "
Dove Club permits allow one
adult and one youth (under age 16)
to hunt all scheduled dates for the
dove field of their choice. Permits
cost only $150 and enable both
hunters to take a daily bag limit of
birds. There are a total of eight
hunts on all but one of the selected
dove fields, and all are half-day
hunts and take place on Saturdays.
There are eight special-opportu-
nity dove fields scattered through-
out the state from as far west as
Pensacola to as far south as Miami.
Three of the fields are new, and
they are: Watermelon Pond Public
Small-Game Hunting Area
(PSGHA) in Alachua County,
Fussell Farm PSGHA in Polk
County and Allapattah Flats
PSGHA in Martin County.
The five remaining fields might
be familiar to some dove hunters,
and they are: Schneider Farms
PSGHA in Escambia County,
Caravelle Ranch in Putnam
County, Lake George Dexter/Mary
Farms Unit in Volusia County,
Hilochee in Lake County and Frog


Pond in Miami-Dade County.
Last year, nearly 1,200 hunters
participated in the special-opportu-
nity dove hunts and took more than
2,300 birds, for an average harvest
of two birds per hunter.
Dove Club permits go on sale at
10 a.m. (EDT) July 1, and hunters
can purchase these season passes at
any county tax collector's office,
license agent, online at
MyFWC.com/dove or by calling,
toll-free 1-888 HUNT FLORIDA.
They're sold first-come, first-
. served, and the best fields go
quickly, so you'd better get a move
on.
In addition to Dove Club per-
mits, there's another permit hunters
might want to apply for in July, and
that's a recreational use permit.
Recreational use permits were
designed by the FWC to keep cer-
tain wildlife management areas
(WMAs) within the system.
Landowners of these properties
were under heavy pressure to lease
their lands to private individuals for
hunting cluhibs. These clubs were
willing to pay a lot more money for
use of the properties, so the FWC
created the Recreational Use
Program as a way to encourage
landowners by providing more rev-
enue to them, allowing these 10
properties to stay open to public
hunting.
These select WMAs are in the
northern half of the state, where
demand for premium hunting land
is high.
The areas are: Blue Water Creek
(Escambia County), Robert Brent
(Gadsden and Liberty counties),
Flint Rock (Jefferson and Wakulla
counties), San Pedro Bay (Madison
and Taylor counties), Nassau
(Nassau County), Grove Park


(Alachua County), Gulf Hammock
(Levy County), Twelve Mile
Swamp (St. Johns County), Relay
(Flagler County) and Ft. McCoy
(Marion County).
A recreational use permit allows
the permit holder and one dependant
child (under age 17) to hunt, fish
and use the property for other recre-
ational activities. With the excep-
tion of hunting, the permit holder's
spouse and other dependant children
also can fish and use the property
for recreational purposes as well.
These permits provide great oppor-
tunities for families to enjoy the
great outdoors together with activi-
ties such as camping, hiking, horse-
back riding, ATV riding and wildlife
viewing.
Get ahold of a 2006-2007
Recreational Use Permit Worksheet
if you'd like to apply for one or
more of these great areas.
Worksheets can be downloaded
from MyFWC.com/hunting under
"Recreational Use" and are avail-
able at FWC regional offices and
tax collectors' offices in close prox-
imity to the specific WMAs.
Worksheets may be submitted
online at MyFWC.com/hunting or at
any license agent or tax collector's
office beginning at 10 a.m. (EDT)
July 11. Permits are issued first-
come, first-served, and once they go
on sale, you can check availability
at T\ lyFWC.com/hunting under
"Limited Entry Hunts."
You may only apply for and
receive one recreational use permit
for the same area, and once you get
one, it can be renewed annually for
the next two years, essentially mak-
ing it a three-year permit. Also, all
applicants are included in the antler-
less deer permit drawing, if those
permits are approved for the partic-
ular area.
So if you'd like to join the FWC's
Dove Club or apply for a recreation-
al use permit, you need to do it in
July. Here's wishing you all luck in,
drawing the hunt of your dreams.

Tony Young looks forward to
dove hunting every year and
finds it a great way to spend
quality time with family and
friends in the great outdoors.
He can be reached at
Tony. Young @ MyFWC.com.


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Press Gazette Staff. Report to create new management plal
The Florida Fish and and continue the process o
Wildlife. Conservation reclassifying both animals fro
Commission (FWC) directed its species of special concern
scientists Wednesday to proceed threatened.
with the final phase of reclassify- The Florida Fish ar
ing four imperiled. species - Wildlife Conservatic
manatees, bald eagles, gopher Commission is seeking publ
tortoises and Panama City cray- input on Phase 2 of its list
fish. process, prior to reclassification
The final phase is to draw up of the bald eagle, gopher to
new management plans for each toise, Florida manatee ar
species, based on the species' Panama City crayfish.
needs. Management plans typi- Phase 2 is development
cally take a year to draft, and the species-specific manageme
process includes public partici- plans that outline manageme
nation. needs and protections necessa
For two species,.the FWC's to guide species' recovery, or
action reflects good news. Bald the case of the bald eagle, ensu
eagles no longer are in danger of it stays recovered. This proce
extinction in the foreseeable was set in motion at the Jui
future. Once Commissioners Commission meeting after FW
approve a new management plan Commissioners voted to acce
to protect them into the future, staff's recommendations
the FWC no longer will include move forward with reclassifying
them on the imperiled species the four species. The pee
list. reviewed recommendation
"What we're doing for were based on each species' ri
eagles is working," FWC of going extinct.
Executive Director Ken Haddad No change in a species' st
said. "That's good news. Our tus will take place until the ma
goal is for all imperiled species agement plan is developed ai
to recover to the point where we approved by the Commissionen
can remove them from the list." This process may take more tha
Bald eagles have established a year.
1,133 known nesting territories Local, county, state and fe
in Florida, and each territory has eral agencies, stakeholders ai
one or two adult eagles. Forty the public are encouraged to su
years ago, the whole country had mit written comments on ma
about 400 nesting pairs. aging each of these specie
Manatees, currently listed as Comments must be received 1
an endangered species, have 5 p.m., Aug. 8.
recovered to the point they are Comments should focus
no longer in imminent danger of topics outlined in the draft ma
extinction, although they still . agement plan template, ava
require careful management. able at MyFWC.com/imperile
Once their new management species/mgt_plan_template.hta
plan is complete, the FWC will Main topics include the specie
reclassify them as threatened. conservation needs and any ec
Haddad said the new classi- nomic and social factors th
fiction will not result in less should be considered in mana
protection for the species. He ing each species in Florida. Ti
said protection measures are spe- Florida Fish and Wildli
cific for each species' needs, ,Conservation Commission
regardless of its classification, seeking public input on Phase
Two other species that of its listing process, prior
haven't fared as well are gopher reclassification of the ba
tortoises and Panama City cray- eagle, gopher tortoise, Flori
fish. FWC Commissioners manatee and Panama City cra
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Press Gazette Staff Report
Florida anglers need to note
the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC) has added an inch to the
minimum size for snook starting
in September when snook sea-
son reopens.
The FWC approved a rule
Thursday to increase the snook
minimum size limit to 27 inches
total length. Previously, the
minimum size was 26 inches.
The Commission did not change
the 34-inch maximum size limit
for snook.
The FWC passed the new
rule to complement another new
regulation which takes effect
July 1. That regulation requires
snook to be measured by deter-
mining the straight-line distance
from the most forward point of
the head with the mouth closed,
to the farthest tip of the tail with
the tail compressed or squeezed
together, while the fish is lying
on its side.
Increasing the snook mini-


mum size limit by one inch will
compensate for a slight increase
in length some anglers may
achieve when measuring snook
this way, and likely will
increase snook spawning stocks
by decreasing snook harvest by
22 percent on Florida's gulf
coast and by 12 percent on the
Atlantic coast.
The Commission decided
not to raise the maximum size
limit for snook because that
could increase the harvest of
large spawning snook which are
important to maintaining
healthy stocks.
A recent FWC stock assess-
ment for snook indicates snook
harvest has been increasing in
Florida because more anglers
are fishing for snook, and con-
sequently, the management goal
is falling short for this popular
sport fish.
To address this, the FWC is
convening a stakeholder group
to review snook management
issues, and the Commission will


consider further adjustments to
snook regulations if manage-
ment changes are recommend-
ed.
The harvest of snook is pro-
hibited from Dec. 15 through
Jan. 31 statewide and from June
through August on Florida's
Atlantic coast. On the gulf
coast and waters of Monroe
County and Everglades
National Park, snook harvest is
not allowed from May through
August.
At all other times, a recre-
ational daily bag limit of two
snook per person applies on the
Atlantic coast. The limit on the
gulf coast and waters of Monroe
County and Everglades
National Park is one snook daily
per person.
Licensed saltwater anglers
must purchase a $2 permit to
harvest snook. Snatch-hooking
and spearing snook are prohibit-
ed, and it is illegal to buy or sell
snook. Snook regulations also
apply in federal waters.


FWC honors instructor and prosecutor


Press Gazette Staff Report
Dave Klein of Bradenton
was named "Hunter Safety
Instructor of the Year" for 2005
by the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission at its
meeting in West Palm Beach,
while Palm Beach County Chief
Assistant State Attorney Ted S.
Booras earned the 2006
Prosecutor of the Year award
from the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) for his
enduring commitment to one of
Florida's endangered species.
Klein has volunteered


teaching hunter safety and bow
hunting since 1994 and acts as
the hunter safety area coordina-
tor for his home county of
Manatee as well as Charlotte
County. During his 12 years of
service to the hunter safety pro-
gram, he has taught numerous
courses and certified countless
students.
In 2005, Klein went above
and beyond the call of duty by
also volunteering to assist
teaching hunter safety classes in
Hardee and Polk counties,
which had to be rescheduled
due to the hurricanes.


Klein recently retired and
says he will give even more of
his time to the program and to
the hunting heritage.
For many years, Booras has
been a steadfast protector of the
endangered sea turtle. He draft-
ed legislation that makes it a
felony to possess 12 or more of
the turtle's eggs and recently
became the first prosecutor to
proceed under this newly creat-
ed felony when he secured a
$14,000 fine and one-year jail
sentence for a first offender.
Booras began his legal
career as a prosecutor in 1985 .


FISH BUrSTERS
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Tips For Angling in the
Summer Heat


School's out for the summer -- not only for two-
legged kids but also for schools of little finny critters.
Kids are looking for something to do, and schools of
fry and fingerlings spawned this spring, are now on
their own. However, summer school is coming for
largemouths seeking open-water prey such as
threadfin and young gizzard shad. Keep an eye out
for leaping baitfish and track them down with a shiny
Rat-L-Trap or similar shad-imitating lure with plenty
of flash.
All the magazines from up north talk about going
deep for summer bass, but most of Florida's lakes
don't have many deep spots...so, what's a bass angler
to do? It may come as a surprise to some anglers that
advice about looking for river channels or spring boils
does apply to Florida fishing, especially if you're in a
reservoir like Rodman or lakes Talquin or Seminole.
Then, finding old riverbeds depicted on topo maps
can offer a valuable starting point. Spring boils in
many of the perched lakes that sit over our limestone
aquifer also can provide a cooling effect and congre-
gate bass like the mall's ice cream shop pulls in kids.
However, if bass can't find deeper and cooler water,
they may go shallow, looking for shade around struc-
ture or holding up in vegetation, such as hydrilla or
coontail beds, during hot weather. When the mercury
is bursting the thermometer, you may resort to slowly,
dancing a jig or a weedless plastic worm through the
underwater greenery. Matted surface vegetation may
call for a weedless floating frog or lizard. Bass hang-
ing out under the mat can sense surface activity and
may rocket through it after a well-presented lure
entices them to the surface,
It's much cooler and more comfortable for both
anglers and fish in early daylight hours and at dusk
during the summer, and bass take advantage of this
relief. When the sun is low in the sky, bass will leave
their deep-water hideaways and head to the shallows,
That's when shallow-water fishing with topwater lures
can be another thrilling way to entice strikes.
Buzzbaits and spinner baits can also excite a bass


into giving chase. Following a sum-
mer rain, look for currents of water
that bring in extra food that excites
- baitfish and attracts bass, and if the
J - ~ water is a little tannin-stained, that
.also provides a cooler water refuge,
S, " enhancing your chances. Remember,
if you're stalking bass with a boat in
shallow water or from shore or a
pier, they are going- to be extra
-- spooky. Watch your shadow, and
-. - keep the noise down.

So the classrooms have emptied out, but now is a
great time to give kids a lesson in the great outdoors,
have a great time fishing with them, and teach them
about nature and conservation so quality fisheries will
continue to abound into the future.
Take plenty of water and sunscreen, keep an eye on
the weather forecast and remember fish are stressed by
the heat too. Land them quickly, and if you release
them, get them back into the water promptly so they'll
have a better chance of survival. Circle hooks or
hooks with the barbs bent down will help you practice
successful catch-and-release skills and demonstrate
your concern for our resources.
Summer can be stressful for fish, and you may
observe occasional fish kills, which are often natural
occurrences. Heavy vegetation provides cooling
shade for fish, and it also produces oxygen while the
sun is out. The oxygen dissolves into the water, mak-
ing it available to fish to breathe through their gills.
Unfortunately, at night and when the weather is cloudy,
those same plants, including microscopic algae, begin
using oxygen and depleting it from the water. What's
worse is warm water cannot hold as much dissolved
oxygen as cold water. Summer fish kills can also be
triggered by high nutrient loads that lead to increased
plankton and plant growth. During rainy or cloudy
periods, these plants compete with fish for oxygen at a
time when oxygen levels already are low. Extreme
conditions result in fish kills. Fortunately, most such
summer fish kills don't affect all the fish. Many find
refuge areas and hold up until conditions improve.
Natural reproduction will compensate for minor loss-
es. Small kills of this kind are common and don't need
to be reported. But if the kill is widespread, you
should call it in to the Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission fish kill hotline at 1-800-636-0511.
Enjoy your summer. School's out and the fish are
biting. Make some memories that'll last a lifetime,
and if you get a good fishing-related photo that you'd
like to share with the world, e-mail it to
FisheriesWebmaster@MyFWC.com.
Visit MyFWC.com or www.FishingCapital.net to learn
more about fishing in Florida.


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Here are some more sights of the Tee Ball World Series held at Gospel Projects Park for your enjoyment.
The week long seven year old tournament concluded this past Thursday with Northeast Pensacola White
winning the title over Northeast Pensacola Blue.
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Apply in person at:
Eddie Hobbs Automotive
4916 Glover Lane in Milton
No phone calls please!




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Job i#18302
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Rowell Auctions,
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www.rowellauctions.
corn GAL AU-
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George Island prop-
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(800)323-8388 2%
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have the following opportunities available.


rivers.
Accepted applicants
,will recieve odometer
mileage-pay and
bonuses, excellent,
earnings potential, and
gre.ri nomE i,me rand
benefits
Call Bill or Neal for
details @
' 866-592-7006
Class A CDL & 2 Yrs.
Experience
EVERGREEN
TRANSPORTA-
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HAZMAT endorse-
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1702
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SSolid weekly miles!
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104
General Help
AMERICA'S DRIV-
ING ACADEMY
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Needs
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record.
Call 623-5457
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seeking Licensed
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REQUIRED. CALL
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9668 OR (866)413-
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CERTIFIED NURS-
ING ASSISTANTS
Looking for caring &
compassionate per-
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one-on-one care for
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great pay. Call: 995-
0599.
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needed for Bayou
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Call 994-9232.
DATA ENTRY
Work From Any-
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Computer Required.
Excellent Career
Opportunity. Serious
Inquiries Only
(800)344-9636 Ext.
700.
DRIVER- HOME
WEEKENDS. Flat-
bed Drivers can
earn $950+/Week at
PGT. Great Benefits
& Equipment. Stu-
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welcome. Call
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DRIVERS $1500.00
bonus every 6
months. OTR, Ex-
cellent home time,
New Equipment, 1
year Experience
Class A with tank &
hazmat, Call
(877)882-6537.
www.oakleytran-
sport.com.


104
General Help
DRIVERS: DID you
average $1.88 in
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Fax (407)852-3301
www.ucpcdc.org.

-EXECUTIVE SECRETARY
Administration
FT position (M-F, 8-5)'
excellent benefits.
Prepares agendas,
transcribes, and main-
tains minutes,
manages
manuals and other doc-
umentaion, collects and
manages statistical da-
ta, serves as a reliefop-
erator. Good written
and verbal communica-
tions skills. MS Word
and Excel skills re-
quired. Apply at West
Florida Community
Care Center,'5500
Stewart St., Milton, FL
Job # 18302
Operated under con-
tract by Lakeview Cen-
ter, Inc. for the State of
Florida, Department of
Children & Families
'EEO/Affirmative
Actlon/M/F/DNV
Employer Drug Free
Work Place
ebaptisthealthcare.org/
Lakeview Center
FORSYTH HOUSE
Locally owned as-
sisted living is seek-
ing relief cook with
experience and pro-
ven track record.
Apply in person:
5887 Berryhill Rd.,
Milton or Call: 626-
9901
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS
Part-time cleaner
needed in Milton
area, 18 hours
weekly, will train if
you have the right
attitude.
850-470-9000
LOOKING FOR A
BETTER JOB??
Construction jobs
available in your
area Trades, PM's,
superintendents, es-
timators, etc. Check
out positions on
www.construction-
jobs.com or e-mail
resume to:
sales @construction-
jobs.com.
PLANT NURSERY -
General nursery
worker for propaga-
tion, weeding, and
other general nurs-
ery work. Outside
full time. Some ex-
perience . desired.
Part time possible.
983-9121.


104
General Help
NATIONAL CARRI-
ERS is a growing
Fleet offering, Re-
gional & OTR, Ex-
cellent Benefits,
Weekend Home-
time, Outstanding
Pay Package &
LeasePurchase Op-
tions. CDL-A Re-
quired' (888)707-
7729 www.national-
carriers.com.

Representatives $10
to. start, up to 50%
profit, $300 fast
start bonus. Call Ju-
dy:. 850-682-802973.
or 850-865-5283
PART TIME handy-
man or lady. No ex-
perience needed.


PART TIME person-
al assistant needed
for assembling quali-
ty handbags. No ex-
perience necessary.
Call 910-459-9958
PUBLISHER'S
NOTICE
Milton Newspapers,
Inc. (dba The Santa
Rosa Press Gazette
and The Santa Rosa
Free Press) re-
serves the right to
censor, reclassify,
revise, edit or reject
any advertisement
not meeting its
standards of accept-
.ance. Submission of
an advertisement
does not constitute
an agreement to
publish said adver-
tisement. Publication
of an advertisement
does not constitute
an agreement for
continued publica-
tion.
RN NEEDED for
busy Cardiology Of-
fice. Experience pre-
ferred.
Fax: 850-969-1839
Email: resumes@
nwfheartgroup.com
TRUCK DRIVER,
flatbed & forklift ex-
perience a must. No
CDL required. No
overnight. $8.50
hour. 626-1974.
WANT HOME
MOST WEEKENDS
WITH MORE PAY!
Run Heartland's
Florida Regional!
$.42/mile company
drivers $1.22 for Op-
erators! :12 month
OTR required.
HEARTLAND ' EX-
PRESS (800)441-
4953 www.heartlan-
dexpress.com.

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


104
General Help

WE'RE RAISING
pay for Florida Re-
gional drivers! Home


every


weekend!


Home during the
week! Solid weekly
miles! 95% no
touch! Preplanned
freight! $.43 per mile
HEARTLAND EX-
PRESS (800)441-
4953 .www.heartlan-
dexpress.com.

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.
YARD HELP for
Landscape Supply
business. Good, val-
id drivers license &
forklift experience a
plus. Monday-Friday
8-5, Saturdays 8-12.
Call 850-626-8578.
110
Labor
LABORS, CAR-
PENTER helper,
and framer wanted.
Must have transpor-
tation. Call 554-2068
or 981-9757

,. 120
Professional
INTERESTED IN A
POSTAL JOB. Earn-
ing $57K/yr Avg
Minimum Pay? Our
services can help
you prepare for the
Postal Battery Ex-
am, Find Out How!
Call Today For More
Information...
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124
Sales &
Telemarketing

$400.000 +/YR How
Good Are You? Re-
tiring Million Market-
er seeks TWO sales
professionals to
teach my business
to. Top producers
currently averaging
$30-$40K per
month. PLEASE, se-
rious inquiries only.
Goji Intl, LLC. Com-
mission/Bonuses
(800)605-8675.
$5,500 WEEKLY
Goal- Potential If
someone did it, so
can you! 2-3 con-
firmed appointments
daily! Benefits Avail-
able... Call Cather-
ine McFarland
(888)563-3188.


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
Jonathan Jones at:
983-7576 or
Fax
resume to:
850-682-1523
Liberty National
is an EOE
ODC05398




310
Business
Opportunities
ALL CASH CANDY
ROUTE Do you earn
$800/day? 30 Ma-
.chines, Free Candy
All for $9,995.
(888)629-9968
B02000033 CALL
US:, We will not ,be
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ASSOCIATES
WANTED $100-
$1000 Per Day Re-
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No Selling * Not
MLM. Call Toll Free
(877)881-7395 re-
corded info.
DIVORCE$275-
$350*COVERS .
CHILDREN, etc.
Only one signature
required! *Excludes
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weekdays (800)462-
2000, ext.600. (8am-
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Centers, Pedestrian,
Children, Elderly
(888)733-5342.
LOG HOME dealers
wanted. Great earn-
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warranty. American
make- honest value.
Call Daniel Boone
Log Homes (888)
443-4140.
RECEIVE CHECKS
in as little as 60-90
days. $4,000+ a
month for 10-20
years from an in-
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in Oil and Gas
Wells. (888)722-
5790.
VENDING ROUTE:
Snack, All Drinks, All
Brands. . Great
Equipment, Great
Support! Financing
Available With $6K
Down. Call Tom:
(954)971-9301,
#BO2002-037.

315
Business Services
BUDGET HOUSE
PAINTING
Insured & Licensed
Call Andy at:
(850) 304-9680


* Drillers * Marine Electricians *Toolpushers
* Mechanics * Crane Operators * Floorhands

* Entry Level Positions: Roustabouts & Galleyhands
Qualifications Include:
-Verifiable work history of heavy labor
- Available for travel away from home
- Mechanical aptitude
- Dependable transportation
TODCO will have a representative at the Holiday Inn Express
to answer your questions and take applications:
Thursday, July 6th @ 9am - 5pm &
Friday, July 7th @ 9am - 5pm
2682 South McKenzie Street
Foley, AL 36535
For directions, call (251) 943-9100.
You qnay also download an application online at
www.theoffshoredrillingcompany.com. For additional
information, call 713-458-6500.
We offer excellent benefits including Health, Dental &Vision Plans, 401k,
excellent r-, ifn, pay, advancement opportunities and much more.The Gulf of
Mexico work schedule is 14 days on and 14 days off with 12-hour days.The
international work schedule is 28 days on and 28 days off with 12-hour days.
Visit our website:
www.theoffshoredrillingcompany.com T lOlE C

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APAC, Inc. Hiring qualified applicants
for the following positions:

Applicants for the following positions are
eligible for a $200.00 sign-on bonus


* Experienced Mechanic,-
Heavy Duty Vehicle and Equipment

* Shop Helper

* Experienced Asphalt Laborer/Crew

* Experienced Asphalt Spreader Operator

* Skilled Laborer

* Experienced Dump Truck Driver -
CDL A or B


Apply in person, M-F 8am-5pm
4375 McCoy Dr., Pensacola, FL.
APAC is a drug-free workplace & EOE


SANTA ROSA COUNTY

GOVERNMENT
Accepting applications for
the following:

* Kennel Technician (8560)
* Engineer I (6093)
* Engineer III (6097)
* Additional employment
opportunities online

Apply online at
www.santarosa.fl.gov,
or visit Santa Rosa County Human
Resources,
6495 Caroline Street, Suite H,
Milton, FL,
Veteran's Preference will be given
in accordance with FL Statutes.

Drug Free Workplace/EQUAL
OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER






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Business Services
AAA CONCRETE
Inc. Licensed and
Insured. 25 years of
experience. Com-
mercial-Residential
Driveways, Slabs-
Foundations-Side-
walk- Tear Out Re-
placement, Sidewall,
Bob Cat Work, Stain
and Coloring, Some
Brick Work, Etc.
Free Estimates
Owner: Lacy Lamp-
kin Cell: (850) 543-
6186 or 850-376-
4304
AMY DALEY
Keller Williams Realty
Specializing in Mil-
ton & Pace.
*1st Time Home
Buyers
*New Home & Land
*Commercial
*Free Market Analy-
sis of your home.
Office: 983-6000
Cell: 313-0571
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.
BILLY DUNN'S
Monkey Business.
Tree trimming, ex-
pert tree removal, 14
years' experience.
Ask me how I may
be able to save your
stress-fractured
trees and limbs.
Phone (850)418-
2230. Santa Rosa
Co. License
#9840044699 *Es-
cambia Co. License
#609028-030130.
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-
s u re d . . . " '
CRIMINAL DE-
FENSE AC-
CUSED?? Need a
Lawyer? Trial De-
fense Attorneys 24
hrs DUI Traffic All
Felonies, Misde-
meanors & Major
Crimes A-A-A Attor-
ney Referral Service
(800)733-5342.

CURTIS PENTON
Farms. Fresh
Squash, Okrah,
Cucumbers,
Tomatoes, Peas,
Corn and
Watermelon.
Hwy. 87 North,
Berrydale
Santa Rosa Fresh

D&D REMODELING
INC. General Con-
tractor All Types
Home Maintenance;
Roofs to Floors,
Renovations, Decks,
Tile, Plumbing, Etc.
Evictions, Move-
Outs, Construction
Cleaning, Pressure
Washing, Painting,
Tree work, & Etc.
Locally owned.
FREE ESTIMATES.
Lic.#4710-0037952
CELL#261-1173
CELL#261-3598
DAN'S TRACTOR
works. Licensed and
insured. Bush-hog-
ging. Discing. Front-
end loading. Debris
removal. Dan Fran-
cisco, owner. Cell
(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.


E & M Landscaping
& Sons, LLC
Licensed, Local, In-
sured. *Complete
Landscaping *Lawn
Maintenance *Sod
*Mulch *Pinestraw
*Clean Up *Edging
*Irrigation Repair
Commercial & Resi-
dential. Call: Eric
DeLauretis 982-
1417 or Mark Leigh
982-8249.


315
Business Services
FIELD
ELECTRIC, INC.
Providing your resi-
dential, commercial
& portable generator
panel needs.
Call William at:
(850) 791-4381
Lic#ER13013420
FIELD
ELECTRIC, INC.
Providing your resi-
dential, commercial
& portable generator
panel needs.
Call William at:
(850) 791-4381
Lic#ER13013420
J & L HOME
IMPROVEMENT
SERVICE'S
Carpentry * Painting
Pressure Cleaning
Fences * Decks
Doors * Windows
ect..
"One Call Does It
All" 983-3428
JLS ENTERPRISES
offers lawn moving,
bushhogging, debris
removal, anad trac-
tor work of all kinds.
Quality work at rea-
sonale prices. Local-
ly owned and oper-
ated. Cell number:
287-1937 Home
Phone: 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.
Tony Joiner
(850)554-3460
(850)981-3211
K & N LAWN SERV-
ICE
Mowing and debris
removal. Very rea-
sonable prices.
Call: 850-981-1612
or 850-791-0861
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 Re-
pair. Paint, drywall,
trim & tile. Fence re-
pair & installation.
10 years experi-
ence. Contact Paul
McMullen 850-723-
9767.
M & S Tree Service
Cutting * Hauling *
Grinding* Bobcat*
Tractor
Free Estimates
Licensed & Insured
Credit Card Accepted
Hurricane Season is
here!!
Mike Thompson
Owner
(850) 777-6681
(601) 283-0466
MCARTHUR'S
STUMP GRINDING
623-6634
Call for Pat:
293-6500 or
Call for Doug:
382-0393

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

MIKE'S LAWN
CARE
Licensed & Insured
Owner: Michael
SJohnson
850-698-7928
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
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


315
Business Services


Divorce'108, Adoption'880
Name Change '55
FREE Typing, Call for
Worksheet (850) 434-7524
1850N."W"St.
(1 hblk. N. of Flea Market)|
SOLUTIONS FOR
all your fencing
needs...Lacey Fenc-
ing & Decks Inc. Lo-
cally owned. Fully
insured. Licensed. 1
year workmanship
warranty. Our serv-
ices include: all
types of fencing-
wood, vinyl, chain
link- custom decks,
gazebo, pergolia's,
arbors. Call today
for a free estimate
850-623-2541
S.R.#9840041197
FREE GATE with
purchase of full
fence & installation
EXP. 6-30-06
STUMP-EASE
STUMP GRINDING
Most removals $35
Discount for multiple
removals & Back-
yard accessible.
Local Contractor
Retired USN
Licensed & Insured
232-8746
THE SCREEN MAN
Window Screen on
Site. Repair or Re-
placement.
995-0719
Cell: 637-5611
Free Estimates
TNT CARPORTS
R.V. & Boat covers '
Buildings,
Garages.
Portable Sheds
CARPORTS
Single $595
Double $695.
12 X 41-$1295
24X31 $1990
Galvanized Steel
Many sizes/colors.
Financing Available
Free delivery & setup
(850) 983-2296 or
Pager 505-1867
TUTORING FOR
READING Grades
Pre-K through 7th.
Master's in reading.
Call: 221-0718.
UGROIMO
LAWN SERVICE
Honest
Dependable
Free Estimates
Residential Only,.
Clean up & Hauling
85099'4'Mi516 n
320
Child Care
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 &
erences available.
Registration #FR-
6159-S Please call
623-1670
STAY AT home
Mom looking for tod-
dler to watch at
home, in Milton
area. 'Call for more
info: 850-623-3400

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

335
Financial Services
DIVORCE$275-
$350*COVERS
CHILDREN, etc.
Only one signature
required! *Excludes
govt. fees! Call
weekdays (800)462-
2000, ext.600. (8am-
7pm) Alta Divorce,
LLC. Established
1977.
HOMEOWNERS!
BAD CREDIT
PLEASE ,APPLY!
BK's, late mortgage
payments, Fico
scores to 475! 24-
hour approvals. NO
Payments until July
1st. FL Licensed


Mortgage Broker.
Meridian Capital
(800)424-0888.
IMMEDIATE
CASH!!! US Pen-
sion Funding pays
cash now for 8 years
of your future pen-
sion payments. Call
(800)586-1325 for a
FREE, no-obligation
estimate. www.us-
pensionfunding.com


335
Financial Services
NEED CASH? We
can help reduce
your interest rate
and monthly pay-
ment. Call today for
a FREE no obliga-
tion approval
(800)897-4109 or
visit www.budgeto-
nemortgage.com.
Se habla espanol.

.345
Lawn Care
ALL TYPES of yard
work at your con-
venience. Mowing,
edging, hauling of
small debris and
more. All work at
reasonable rates.
Call 626-9604 If no
answer leave a mes-
sage

CLARK'S' LAWN
CARE General
Maintenance & All
Types of. Tractor
Work - Licensed &
Insured. Call: Mike
Clark at 626-2428
MOTIVATED COL-,
LEGE STUDENT
mows grass, most
yards start at $25.
983-8887 or 982-
4351.
PAGE'S TREE
Service Trim, cut &
remove. Call 626-
2159 (if no answer,
please leave message)
Firewood $50. a
load and up.

TIME TO PLANT!

Casey's

Nursery
Largest Selection
of Trees, Shrubs,
Roses, Vines,
Tropicals, Perennials,
Asiatic Lillies & more

Sale
Hydrangeas
$ 8.95 !
3 gal.
Daylilies
$2.00 each!
Caladiums
12 for $20

3851' Avalon Blvd
Milton, FL

623-8109
We Are a True Nursery 9
CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED
TOMMY'S LAWN
Care Service. Grass
cutting and weed
eating. Free esti-
mates, Milton/Pace
area. Call Tommy at
850-748-4718.
vi00I


350
Senior Care
AID WANTED
Monday - Friday,
10am - 5pm, daily
bath - feed enve-
lope. (cannot have
small children due to
lung condition of pa-
tient) 994-0868

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






402
Apartments
1 BEDROOM fur-
nished apartment
with central heat &
air. No pets. $400.
month, $250. dep.
Call for appointment.
994-7246
1 BEDROOM unfur-
nished apartment for
rent. Ideal for se-
niors. 626-0287
2BR/1 1/2BA in
Whiting field area.
$650/mo $650 de-
posit 626-0857
2BR/1BA APT. in
Pace $550/mo.
Available in mid Jily
Call- 206-5680
CENTRAL FLORI-
DA RENTALS Just
20 minutes from Dis-
ney, New 5bd/3bt
house
'$1,350/month. Enjoy
City Life, 4bd/2bt
Condo
$1,500/month. Call
Ms. Gonzalez
(407)427-9832. Se
habla espanol.
MILTON, 2BR/1BA
duplex. $400/mo,
$200/dep. 994-
8045.
404
c. ' -Commercial-.'
OFFICE SPACE
FOR LEASE
6061 Dr's Park,
1,800 sf, newly ren-
ovated. 623-5618
406
Homes
RENTALS 2 to 3 BR
in Jay, Milton and
Pace. $400 to $650
per month. Call:
994-5703


406
Homes
5066 SAINTS LANE
Milton 3BR/2BA
Nice House!
Fenced, 2 car
garage, 1,400sf
$950/mo. + 1,000
dep. Credit checks.
698-8337
Ready June 1st!

BRAND NEW
3BD/2BA home,
brand new sub divi-
sion $149,900, Flori-
da Coast Reality,
two to choose from
850-225-9899
FOR RENT
3/BR 2/BA Brick
Home Remodled
with 2 1/2 car ga-
rage & fire place. On
one acre of land.
6332 Greenwood
Dr. Milton. Open for
view. 8am - 7pm.
$850/mth $800/dep.
For more info. call:
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Milton $1000
3/2 Mobile Home,
5762 Calvery
Church Rd. Allen-
town, $625
*3/2 Mobile Home,
6447 Stanley Cir.
Milton $650
*3/2 Water Front
Home,
5084 San Miguel
$1450.
*3/2 Home, 6569
Starboard Dr. Milton
$900

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. 623-0077


FOR RENT OR SALE
BRAND NEW Home
in East Milton. All
brick, 3Br/2Ba, 2-car
garage. $159,900.
NO Closing cost.
Call 384-9405


406
Homes
FOR RENT
3/2 in Pace, fenced
yard, 1 car garage,
no pets, no smoking.
Must pass credit re-
port. $775/mth
$775/dep. Janet
Coulter Realty.
206-3666
FOR RENT PACE
Thousand Oaks
Subdivision
4BR/2BA home w/2
car garage. 2,550 sf
$1,375/mo + dep.
Pets negotiable.
Call: (850) 826-0832
(or 850-826-0831)
HOUSE FOR rent
5769 Truluck Ave.,
Milton Tanglewood
Country Club, 1/3 of
an acre, 3BR/2BA,
split bedroom plan,
wood floors, ceramic
tiled kitchen
$995/mo Call 850-
221-2211


� 406
Homes
HOUSES FOR
RENT in Milton &
Pace 3BR/2BA
double car garage
$925/mo.
$700dep.
Available Now!
Call 501-0273
MILTON, 2BR/1BA,
1st time rental after
complete . renova-
tion, Washer, dryer,
refrigerator. Large
fenced backyard.
One block from boat
ramp, elementary
school $775/mo
$775 deposit 850-
983-9061
NEW HOME for
Rent- East Milton
3/.BR 2/BA 1500 sq
ft. $1,050/mth 1 year
lease, first and last
months rent plus se-
curity deposit.
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408
Land

LAND FOR SALE
, Refer to
' Classification
#510
TWO BEAUTIFUL
lots approxmitaly 2.4
acres each at Wood-
bine Hills, Pace for
$120k and $100k
call 251-463-4329
410
Mobile Homes
14X70 3BD/2BA
Mobile Home. Pri-
vate Lot, Total ELec-
tric. $625 month/300
Deposit. Call 994-
7918 BayCREST
REALTY
2 BED / 2 bath total
electric, ice maker,
dishwasher, East
Gate Mobile Home
Ranch 626-8973
2BD/2BA, TOTAL
Electric. East Gate
Mobile Home
Ranch. 626-8973.
2BR/1BA MOBILE
HOME in park. Total
electric, water/gar-
bage included.
$435/mo. +
$200/dep. Baycrest
Realty 994-7918
3BR 1 1/2/BA
$475/mo $450 de-
posit


410
Mobile Homes
2BR/1BA TRAILER.
Nice, Clean & Quiet.
Water and Garbage
Furnished.
O PETS 995-1717.
Available Now.
3/BR 1/BA Trailer
on 1 1/3 acres
$470/mo $250 de-
posit. Water furnish-'
ed. 957-4290 or
665-1317
3BR/2BA MOBILE
Pace/Milton area.
Total electric. No
pets. $750/mo. +
$500/dep. Baycrest
Realty 994-7918
4BR/2BA DOUBLE
wide completely re-
done. Garbage and
water furnished.
$800/mo $800 de-
posit 626-345 or
554-2388
MOBILE HOME for
rent Doublewide,
3/BR 2/BA total
electric, like new.
East Gate Mobile
Home Ranch. Call:
626-8973
MOBILE HOME in
Pace, private lot. 2
or 3/BR, 11/2/BA.
No pets. $475/mth
$250/dep. Water &
Garbage furnished.
675-1023


410
Mobile Homes
MOBILE HOME
spaces for rent, can
accommodate all
sizes, East Gate
Mobile Home Ranch
626-8973

412
Rooms For Rent
ROOMS FOR RENT
Large rooms, ,
utilities Included,
washer/dryer, share
kitchen, near Kings
Middle School. $80
or $100 per week,
plus deposit.
Call 626-2786
414
Roommates
Wanted
ROOMMATE
WANTED $450/mo.
3BR/2B house. All
utilities included.-
Available July 1st
850-380-8834
416
Vacation & Resort
VACATION RENT-
AL Navarre Beach
1-bedroom towh-
house'- sleeps 4 -
completely furnished
- pool soundside-
walk to the beach &
Gulf. Best rate on
beach. $700 wkly or
$3751week-end.
Call 623-9553.


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Mountains! Two
Rivers Lodge on
Hwy. 19 Has rooms
w/kitchenettes,
beds & sofa beds
on 2 rivers. 5 miles
rom Cherokee,
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available. Call:
(850) 450-6342 or
1-828-488-2284
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504
Commercial
2 COMMERCIAL
BUILDINGS
FOR RENT
Good location in
Milton. Call:
623-5500
ALL STEEL BUILD-
ING SALE "FINAL
TWO WEEKS"
20x28 Now $4200.
25x32 $5800. 30x42
$9200. 40x62
$14,900. Other mod-
els and sizes. Front
end optional. 'Pio-
neer (800)668-5422.
506
Homes
4/BR/2BA-2
CARGR Brick-
Tile/Carpet Bulit-
2006-16500Sq.Ft.
Family Neighbor-
hood 7196 &7202
Par Ln. Milton-
$164,500 Each. Call
Carol, Pam's Realty
(850) 393-6057
CITRUS COUNTY,
Florida. 50 miles
North of Tampa. -
NEW HOMES
FROM $200,000 -
$1,000.000+ -Gaied
Communities, Golf
Communities, River-
front properties.
.Gate House Realty
Visit:
waynecormier.com
or calf (352)422-
0751.
S 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.
FOR SALE
3,'BR 2/BA, sun
room, pool, new
roof, new pool-lin-.
nher; Tanglewood
Golf. course Area.
Interested .-people
only make offer.
Call: 623-2118
FOR SALE by own-
'er, 3BR.2BA brick
home on almost 3/4
acre. Privacy
fenced, easy inter-.
state access
$144,900 call 983-
8586- ...
FOR SALE Milton,
College Park, 3/2
Brick . Home, In-
Ground Pool, 1445
sq. ft., New Roof,
Tile Floors, Large
Family Room,
Fenced Yard, Large
Shed $129,900
(850) 626-3205


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506
Homes
HAROLD- 4.77 qui-
et acres on Tracker
Dr. $63,500/obo.
Site has septic, well,
electric pole, com-
munity water, is
cleared with. land-
scaping and partially
fenced. Bring hors-
es. Call Howard
850-983-3475 or
850-450-4104
HOUSE FOR SALE
3BR/2BA on .75
acre Located in the
heart of Milton on a
cul-de-sac. Work-
shop, updated win-
dows, fenced yard.
Must seel $138,900
Call Janet Coulter
Realty: 206-3666 or
626-2128
MILTON- 5441 Bue-
na Vista, close to
everything. Brick
3BR/2BA 1,740 sq.
ft. $'145,000/obo.
New flooring, roof,
vanities, refrigerator.
Includes washer and.
dryer, stove, dish-
washer, water filter,
landscaped, fenced.
Well maintained,
clean, move in
ready. Call Howard
(Realtor) 850-983-
3475 or 850-450-
4104
SPECIAL FINANC-
ING! A beautiful in
ground pool goes
with this well kept
home centrally locat-
ed in Milton city lim-
its. 3BR/2BA, 1445
living area, large
12x23 great room,
many updates, new
paint inside & out-
side, roof, water
heater, ceramic tile
floors, privacy
fenced backyard, lo-
cated on a cul-de-
sac, no thru traffic.
Only $129,900.00
Call Bill Wallace @
572-6500 for show-
ing, Era Bill Wallace
Reality.

WHISPERING
WOODS
Pace, 3BR/2BA
1842 sf plus 600 ad-
ditional sf of storage
space. 4536 Forest
Breeze Ct. Great
neighborhood,
near cul-de-sac.
Asking $240,000
Call: 994-6914


506
Homes
SPECIAL FINANC-
INGI You can.move
In this new home @
6209 Mohawk Trail
with no money
down. Three or Four
Bedroom, Two
baths, good cents
features, all vinyl ex-
terior, 1448, living
area - completely
chain link fenced,
Bill Wallace @ 572-
6500 for showing,
Era Bill Wallace Re-
ality.
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

PINE BLOSSOM
Rd. 6 1/2 AC
fenced, woods and
pasture, 1,800 Sq.
Ft. cypress coast,
fireplace, wood
loors. 2 years old.
450-6753


510
Land


* NW of NAs Whit-
ing Field

* 20 Placid acres
zoned agricultural

* 3 mobile homes,
garage, barn, shed

* $289,350

* 626-6767

1/4, 1/2 and 1 Full
Acre Lots. 6, 7, and
13 Acre Parcels.
Fully Platted .and
buildable. Highlands
and Hendry coun-
ties. Call Mr. Pres-
ton (800)796-6569.
15 ACRE FLORIDA
RANCH ESTATE
Only $69,900! Short
Drive to the Gulf of
Mexico Just Minutes
from 1-10. Won't last!.
Call Nowl (866)950-
5263 Ext 650.
6.24 ACRES! Excel-
lent Investment Op-
portunity Property.
1-95 & Hwy 17, First
Exit in Florida. Joins
95 Ramp, 15 mi-
nutes JAX Interna-
tional. 1.6m obo
(904)321-2679.


510
Land

1ST YEARS PAY-
MENTS ARE, ON
USI* Dockable
Lakefront Lots from
$149,9001 1+ Acre
Lake Access Lots
from 49,9001 Giant
72,000 acre lake on-
ly 2 hrs from Atlanta.
Next available show-
ing on Saturday,
June 24th. Call for
your appointment
NOW! (877)426-
2326 X. 1344.
*Some restrictions
apply. Qualified buy-
ers only. Rates and
terms subject to
change w/o notice.
Offer void where
prohibited by law.
3.1 ACRES for sale
on Beaudry Lane
Zoned RR1 $75,000
call 623-
844802513426
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
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.
BUYERS MARKET
Coastal North Caro-
lina 95-100% LTV
Financing Call CCL
Inc. Realty
(800)682-9951.
LAND FOR RENT
Refer to
Classification
#408


510
Land
COASTAL SOUTH-
EAST Georgia.
Large wooded water
access marsh, view,
lakefront, and golf
oriented homesites
from the mrid $70k's.
Live oak, pool, ten-
nis, golf. (877)266-
7376 www.cooper-
spolnt.com.
COSTA RICA real
estate Is HOTI Call
Now . or visit
www.BeachClubCos
taRica.com for our
exclusive pre-con-
struction villas and
condos. (877)224-
5020.
EUFAULA, AL WA-
TERFRONT 1/2 to 3
acres from the 40's.
Gated with Planned
clubhouse, docks,
and boat ramp. 2
hours from Atlanta &
the coast. Rolling
terrain, . beautiful
hardwoods.
(866)882-1107.
FT. MYERS 1, 2, &
3 bedroom luxury
condos from the low
$100sli!! CALL Allyn
Watermann NOW
for more info
(888)521-3790
hup ,..wwwv. eelian-
palms.com. or
www.paramount-
companies.com
GEORGIA-
BLAIRSVILLE
NORTH GEORGIA
MOUNTAINS. 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.
GULF FRONT lots
$595k. Homes start-
ing mid $300k. New
master planned
ocean front com-
munity on beautiful
Mustang Island,
near Corpus Christi,
TX. www.cinnamon-
shore.com,
(866)891-5163.
LAKEFRONT AND
Lakeview Properties
Nestled in the hills of
Tennessee on the
shores of pristine
Norris Lake. Call
Lakeside Realty at
(423)626-5820 Or
visit www.lakesi-
derealty-tn.com.
LAKEFRONT PAR-
CELS FOR SALE
Gorgeous lakefront
and view lots.. Awe-
some views. On 46K
acre Lake Barkley,
90 min to Nashville.
Great for 2nd/retire-
ment home. 1 to 40+
acres from the
$40's. Call
(866)339-4966.
LAKEFRONT PRE-
DEVELOPMENT
OPPORTUNITY!
www.grandeharbor.i
nfo. All water- ac-
cess homesites di-
rect from the devel-
oper. Most ameni-
ties already in. Far
below market value,
from $79,900. Possi-
ble 18 mo NO PAY-
MENTS! Call Now!
(888)BY-LAKES.
MORTGAGE
BROKERS/ loan of-
ficers/ branch man-
agers- ready to take
the next step in your
mortgage career?
www.GET90PER-
CENT.com.


510
Land
MOUNTAIN PROP-.
ERTYI Interested In .
buying property in .-'
the Blue Ridge .
Mountains of NC?
Call Active Realty
today at (800)979-
5556 or visit our
website -at www.A-
tiveRealtyNC.com.
MULTI-PROPERTY
AUCTION Home,
Lakefront Home-
sites, Residential
Tracts, Wooded
Homesites, Ranch
Land 11am, Satur-
day June 24, Hig-
genbotham Auction-
eers M.E. Higgenbo-
tham CAI FL.Lic#
AU305/AB158
www.hiagenbotham.
com (800)257-4161.
NORTH CAROLINA
Cool Mountain Air,
.Views & Streams, ,
Homes, Cabins & *'.
Acreage. FREE ':
BROCHURE
(800)642-5333. Re-
alty Of Murphy 317
Peachtree St. Mur-- -
phy, N.C. 28906. '
www.realtyofmur-
phy.com.
NORTH MILTON, -
FL 3+ acre ap-"
proved, surveyed,
individual lots on
paved shared lane-',
way off a paved -
County Road. 1 lot
sold. Usable acre- -
age. No wetlands.
Great septic soils.
190' Elevation. Pri-"-.
vate and quiet.,'
Beautiful. $79,000., ,
Brochure. 850-516-
.6848 www.providen-
ceacres.com

PINE BLOSSOM-:,
Rd. 6 1/2 AC,
fenced, woods and.-
pasture, 1,800 Sq.
Ft. cypress coast, .
fireplace, wood
loors. 2 years old.
450-6753

PROPERTIES FOR
SALE IN GEORGIA." ,I
ACREAGE RANG-'
ING FROM 10 TO"-
1000 ACRES TIM-'-'
BERLAND, FARM-
LAND, AND MINI-,
FARMS. VISIT,-,
WWW.RUBUYING-
REALESTATE.COM-
OR CALL (866)300-'.'
7653. ' PEACH-.!
STATE GAL#2550.
TENNESSEE NOR-
RIS LAKE, MOST'"
BEAUTIFUL OF""
TENNESSEE
LAKES with 800"'
miles of shoreline.'
Waterview and wa-k
terfront lots from"
$49,000. Boat docks
available www.Sun-
setBayRealty.com
Sunset Bay Realty-
(865)278-3980.
TENNESSEE, N.'
Georgia. Superb liv-'
ing opportunities/in-
vestments. Beautiful'
mountain, valley,',
lake: homes, cabins,'
retreats, lots, es-
tates, views, bould-,
ers, streams. Wal-
dorf & Co, Realtors.-
Chattanooga. Sewa-,
nee. (800)489-2402.,.
www.walldorf.com.
TN- CUMBERLAND-
PLATEAU 1 to 5"
acre parcels from.'
the $40's. Amazing.'
rolling vista views.' *
Close to parks &'-
lakes. Planned club-'
house, nature trails. *
Call for appt.-'
(866)292-5769.
WNC MOUNTAINS,,.
3.84 Acres w/ view
and hardwood trees. -
Owner financing at.
$65,280 w/little
down. This one
won't last call today
(800)699-1289 or.
www.riverbendlake-
lure.com.

512
Mobile Homes


FOR SALE
1997 Fleetwood Mo-
bile home, 2/BR,
2/BA, 14 x 70, cov-
ered porch, shed, vl-
nyl siding, central
heat/air, All applilan-
ces stay, Excellent
condition must sell(
Immediately. Ridge-"
way Blvd. Milton.'
reduced to $32,900 ^
Call:983-9316,


3BR/2BA
2-CAR
1310 SQ FT
$145,650


OFFERED BY.


BRICK HOMES


3BR/2BA
2 -CAR
1330 SQ FT
$147,800
i . .. ..


3BR/2BA
2-CAR
1393 SQ FT
$153,800


, , .. CALL

,, B " OB OR JERNESE HRYWRRD
an ^ u"., RT 981 -1555


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512
Mobile Homes

SECLUDED 6
ACRES NEof
Milton - 10 minutes
from Blackwater
State Park
Two 1999 Palm
Harbor modular
homes. 3BR/ 2BA,
front/back porch
on both, shop,
, storage, fully
stocked fish pond.
4 acres fenced
pasture beautiful
family homesite.
Must sell for
medical reasons
$300,000 for all
Call:
(850) 957-8784 or
(850) 554-5237




Eu
554
Commercial
PRE-ENGINEERED
STEEL BUILDINGS.
30x40 was $13,200
now $6,800. 40x60
$21,860 now
$10,520. 60x80
$36,120 now
$17,740. Other sizes
up to 1,00,000 sf.
Erection Available.
(800)720-6857.
558
Investments
"CABIN'S, LAND,
and Much More for
Sale in the North
Georgia Mountains-
Right at Your Fin-
gertips"
www.NorthGeor-
gia4Sale.com North
Georgia's ' Internet
Marketplace.
ASHEVILLE, NC
AREA HOMESITES
1 to 8 acre parcels
from the $80's. Gat-
ed, riverfront. Just
outside Hot Springs,
NC. Awesome own-
ers' clubhouse. Na-
ture trails, river walk.
Phase II Fall 2006.
Preview now. Call
(866)292-5762.
COASTAL SOUTH-.
EAST- Georgia..
LargeoWdoded watet"
access marsh, view,
lakefront, and golf
oriented homesites
from the mid $70k's.
Live oak, pool, ten-
nis, golf. (877)266-
7376 www.cooper-
spoint.com.
COOL WESTERN
NC Mountains- es-
cape the heat, hurri-
canes and high pri-
ces. Homes, cabins,
lots acreage, invest-
ments. Prudential
Great Smokys Real-
ty, Downtown Bry-
son City. Call
*(877)476-6597.
KY LAKEFRONT
PROPERTY 1 to
40+ acre parcels
from the $40s. On
Lake Barkley near
Land Between the
Lakes. Lakefront,
view & wooded
sites. Phase II open
now! Call (866)339-
4966.
LOOKING TO OWN
LAND? Invest in ru-
ral acreage through-
out America; coast-
al, mountain, water-
front properties. 20
to 200 acres. For
FREE Special Land
Reports: www.land-
buyersguide.com/fl.


558
Investments
NC MOUNTAINS-
Gated community
with private river and
lake access. Plus
gorgeous mountain
top views. Swim,
fish, hike. From
$29,999.00 Call to-
day (800)699-1289
or www.riverbendla-
kelure.com.
560
Land
BENT TREE Golf
and Tennis, Gated
Community in the
North Georgia
Mountains with
Clubhouse, Pools,
Lake, Stables.
Homes and Lots
available. Craft, Inc.
(800)822-1966
www.craftrealestate.
cornm.
EASTERN TN
MOUNTAINS Amaz-
ing rolling vista
views. 1 to 5 acre
parcels from the
$40's. Grand Open-
ing Event 6/2 - 6/4.
Planned clubhouse,
nature trails. 1 hr
from Chattanooga. 2
hrs from Nashville.
Call for appt.
(866)292-5769.
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 wwWv.anebaer-
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-
tyNC.com.
N.C. MOUNTAIN
Sale No Payments
1st Year* Western
NC Mountains near
Brevard/ Cashiers
Area. 2- 11 ac
Homesites.' Water-
falls, Streams, Great
Views. Limited Time
Offer. McKeough
Land Company
(866)930-5263. *re-
strictions apply
TENNESSEE
GRAND OPENING!
Swan Ridge Lake
Resort, a private,
gated community
with both lake-view
and. mountain-view
homesites. Lots
starting at $29,900.
CALL TODAY!
(931)243-4871
www.swanridgede-
velopment.com.


708
Pets
FREE KITTENS to a
good home. 3 cute
males call after 7pm
723-3309
GERMAN SHEP-
HERD CKC $350 fe-
males. 'Shots,
wormed & vet certi-
fied. Parents on site.
(850) 261-6561
MINIATURE DON-
KEY 7yrs old, very
friendly. $450.
9839947
712
Lost & Found
PETS
MIKE HARMON


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Lost & Found
PETS

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




814
Furniture

Seat, recliner, medi-
um green Like new.
Downsizing $700 for
all. 995-4038 or 982-
5198
FOR SALE bar/pool
hall furniture and ac-
cessories. Call tor
I st ot items and pri-
ces 287-0540 any-
tme
FOR SALE- Large
round eigh person
picnic table. Hand,-
cap accessible.
Handmade trom
weather liested pine
$300. obo Call
983-5220
GLASS DINING
room glass table
with six chairs and
tw'o glass tear drop
end tables. E.,.cellent
shape $200."0bo for
all 626-0012
SIMMONS BEAUTY
Rest king size mat-
tress set also, Serta
king size mattress
set $400 each or
$700 for both call
anytime 698-1361
SOLID CHERRY
Oueen Ann colee
table, 2 end tables,


foyer table wi mirror
Excellent condition
$750 623-5032


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830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
DOUBLE D-
FARMS
Hwy 89 Allentown
We now nave fresh
Silver Oueen corn
cantaloupes, lorna-
toes, and other Io-
cal produce Come
by or call: 983-
6925
FOR SALE
2 Premium Cemet-
ary Plots side by
side in Milton- Gar-
den of Prayer sec-
tion Originally
$1095 wiii sell for
$900 obo. Call. 995-
8408
FOR SALE Bach
upright plan.o and
bench $500 Oo. 2
Henrecon club
chairs need recov-
ering. $50 623-
8861





We Deliver & Install
Centipede
St. Augustine
Bermuda
Bailed Pine Straw
Call uslirs Save Time
Call us iast Save Money
Hwy. 87 So.* Milton
626-8578'

FOR SALE- Com-
pressor, air tools,
bosy by Jake exer-
cise machine. Car
top carrier and
heavy duly ramps
Call 983-2433
I PAY as high as
$50 a piece for junk
vehicles.
Call: 306-5397 or
957-4761




Centipede-
Sc. Augustine
Farm Direct.
\We Deliver
434-0066


. 832
Miscellaneous
Wanted
GLASS CRAFTER
needs empty glass
sont drink Doniles, tall
kinds Not necessa-
rily coileciors edi-
lions Will pick up
Call 983-8042
PAY CASH tor junk
cars or trucks Run-
ning or noi Call
983-952"
834
Lost & Found
MERCHANDISE
LOST METAL box
with bee keepers
tools Stop light at
Ward Basin Rd and
90 at arounJ 10:00
a.m. June 6
623-1121


902
Auto Supplies
BUG SHIELDS for
sale New Nissan
Titian & Armada Bug
Shieldsi Was $70
Now $35 Call 994-
8542
904
Cars
$500 POLICE im-
pounds, Cars trom
$500, Tax Repos.
US Marshal and IRS
sales' Cars, Trucks,
SUV's. Toyota's,
Hondas Chevy's
and more, For list-
ings Call (800)425-
1730 ext.2384

2000 PONTIAC
Grand Dam V6 SE
Series Automatic.
Low miles, 2 door,
electric windows,
mirrors, sunroof,
new lires. great
shape w.' cruise con-
trol $7,800 Call 850-
983-8873 or 386-
566-5709
FOR SALE
2001 Malibu silver
57,000 miles, excel-
lent condition.Call:
850-292-5282 after
6pm.


904
Cars
FOR SALE 1998
BMW 750.L with
V12 cylinder engine
Low miles just over
73 00 miles. Loaded
with options, super
shape runs great
LOtS of fun to drive
thin complete luxu-
ry Asking $19 550.
Call 850-981-1522
anytime and leave
message
906
Boats
2000 JOHNSON, 30
horsepower, 14ft
crystal boal. 1994
30 thrust troll motor.
great shape with
trailer, stick steer-
ing,$4900 firm.
850-982-6714
2005 BASS
TRACKER
Boat w,'50 np motor.
Loaded Trailer in-
cluded Ready for
the water! Payoff
$9.600 Call.
994-2129
912
Motor Homes
1999 36FT Allegro
Bus motor home.
Shines like new
Many extras from
washer and dryer to
outside TV and
shower. Living room/
dining room super
slide. Non-smoker.
21,000 miles. One
owner $50,000.
623-1159

914
Recreational
2000 YAMAHA XL
700 wave runner, 3
seater. Like new
condition.
$4,500/obo
623-3459
i leave message

WORRIES
Retire on private
RV campsite lake
fishing pier boat.
quiet, country living
Utilities furnished
$400,'mlh.
Call: 623-3314


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