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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
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Creator: Santa Rosa press gazette
Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
Milton Newspapers
Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Publication Date: August 16, 2006
Copyright Date: 2005
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Transgender student causing debate


By PAMELA HOLT
Press Gazette Staff Writer
Pace High School parents
are confused. upset and are
looking for answers about a
transgender student who has
caused what one parent calls
'chaos.'
Officials say transgender


dress is protected under expres-
sive speech, which is "speech
beyond verbally spoken words"
and can be expressed by appar-
el. It isn't addressed by the
Santa Rosa Counts School
System's dress code, and some
Pace High parents are disturbed
by the.student's condition.
Melissa Wells. parent of a


Pace High student, doesn't
understand why a ball cap isn't
permitted in school because of
"distraction." but a male student
is allowed to dress as a different
gender. "This is definitely dis-
tracting," exclaims Wells.
School System Attorney
Paul Green simplifies the ques-
tion. "Dress code was created


for a different reason. The
transgender condition does not
have anything to do %with t-
shirts with offensive language.
race or creed or any clothing
causing disruptive educational
environment."
Green says the student
involved has been clinically
diagnosed with a transgender


condition which is defended by
the first amendment.
"Andrew." a Pace High stu-
dent, rode the bus to middle
school %w ith the transgender stu-
dent and sass, "he didn't dress
that way on the bus and he did-
n't dress that way' last year"
Andrew says the strident body
seems to stare, but doesn't "hate


him."
One parent, who asked their
name be withheld, agrees within
Pace High Principal Frank
Lay's decision for the student to
use a faculty restroom instead
of the students' facilities and
doesn't feel the child should be
ostracized bY parents or fellow
See STUDENT, Page 3A.


Milton man hit with



animal cruelty charges


By LYNNE HOUGH
Presj Gacette Staff it iter
Se'ent-six charges have
been leveled against a Milton
man after Santa Rosa deputies
received a report of numerous
animals li, ing-and dying-
inside a camper behind a busi-
ness on Avalon Blvd.
Craig Thomas Zoodsma
was arrested Saturday. Officials
say the 50-year-old man o%%ned


a variety of
exotic am-
nials, includ-
ing pythons,
boas, and
bearded drag-
ons. Thirty-
four snakes
%%ere found dead, along with
one bearded dragon lizard.
Officials say, when deputies
armed at the scene. they were
unable to enter the 20-foot


camper for health reasons.
Three cats inside the camper
came to the door when deputies
approached and, officials say,
were "panting and acting as if
they were trying to get out."
Aquariums with snakes inside
were visible from the door. One
deputy said the "stench and
heat from inside the camper
%was overwhelming."
Deputies say dead mice in'
See SNAKES, Page 3A.:


Is Rapture near?

Speculation abounds as Israel, Lebanon squabble


As summer temperatures soar, youngsters are cautioned to keep it cool as they practice for sports.
This youngster, at the Milton Community Center Saturday, uses a handful of ice to cool off a heat-
ed face. Monday, at Pace High, two football players succumbed to the heat.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


By LYNNE HOUGH
Preiss Goitett Sita ftQnier
It's call "exertional heat
stroke" by experts and as
stlunner temperaturess sOar.
it's affecting high school
athletes all around the
Southeastern United States.
Monday afternoon, a
Pace High School football
player passed out trom o.\er-
heating dunng practice, just
after 5 p.m.
Emergency responders


were sent to the scene and tkwo
players %were treated for heat
exhaustion, according to those
present. One student kas taken
b\ ambulancee to the Santa Rosa
Medical Center after regaining
consciousness on the football
field. The other teen left \with
his parents.
Both bo\s are expected to
make a full reco' er. according
to \w tnesses.
People ha\e been dealing
with heat exposuic all o\er the
country National ne\s is


Id's play
reporting tlo recent heat-
related deaths of teenage
football players in other
parts of Florida and in
Kentucky.
An Athens. Georgia high
school football player died
imo weeks ago- one da\
after suffering heat stroke on
the practice field. Newss
reports sa\ the .bo\ passed
out following a football
practice and died the next
day. His death has sparked a
Sec HEAT. Page 3.A.


By PAMELA HOLT
Pres Gzett ic ttr i rhe}.
"In the twinkling of an
eye..." The Rapture.
Santa Rosans live in the
Bible belt. Most ha\e heard
something of "end times
prophecy.' But as the crisis in
the Middle East between Israel
and Lebanon continues-even
amidst a ceasefire-it seems it's
been spoken of more often and
people have it on their minds.
As motorists drise through
town, they see church marquees
stating. "Jesus is Returning.'
and 'The Rapture,' and the mes-
sages cross denominations.
Mans times in recent histo-
ry, world events hate caused
people to stop and reflect on
whether or not "the end' is near.
Edgar Whisenant %\rote a
book in 1988 stating 88 reasons
whyv Jesus would return on


Signs like this one are cropping up at many area churches.
Press Gazette photo by Pamela Holt.


Rosh Hashanah. and after
September 11. many people
returned to their community
church-prompted by fear
spawned from the terrorist
attacks.
Local pastors have come
together in one accord-w iLh-
out a community meeting.
They have several similarities


with their faith and their mes-
sage to their congregations: His
return is soon.
Pastor Frankie Godsey. of
Oliket Baptist Church located
on Dogwood Drive. believes
Matthew 24 describes current
events.
"We're in the end time
See END TIME, Pg. 6A.


Industry choosing Santa Rosa


By PANIELA HOLT
Press Ga.i tte Start t'ri t
Santa Rosa County
Commissioners have approved
The Ropella Group for the
Qualified Target. Industry Ta\
Refund Piogranm-as recom-
mended by TE-AM Santa Rosa
EDC. Inc.
The Ropella Group is a


placement service for technical
professionals. According to
Cinds Anderson. Executive
Director for TEAM Santa Rosa,
this approval notifies the State
the business qualifies as an
"industry." pro% hiding it with tax
incentives if it brings its busi-
ness to Santa Rosa Counts.
Commissioner Chair Bob
Cole say s this ws ill provide up to


Santa Rosa's own library system 'up and


I 1
721300 12ESS


B) PAMELA HOLT
P els Galort Start riit r
It's all the librarians can
talk about.
The Santa Rosa County
Library System is now on its
own. Santa Rosa County has
broken away from the West
Florida Regional Library
System. Some of the problems
with West Florida-cited by
county leaders prior to the deci-
sion to break.away--were back


logging, and new items not
being delivered on time. Now
with the new system, Santa
Rosa has what Linda Hendrix,.
Library Director for Santa Rosa
County calls, "a new begin-
ning."
"We have a lot of the same
functions, but with more flexi-
bility," explains Hendrix. Most
of the changes a patron can see
are going to be on the website.
Hendrix states they have
chosen software with more flex-


ibility and
now every-
and running.
From the
library web-
site you can
still place
books on
hold, access LINDA
your library HENDRIX
account, and do a search for
materials as before. In addi-
tion, you can borrow


eAudiobooks, research e-
sources, enjoy Kid's Zone-the
new website for. children-and
recommend purchases.
As for the switch from West
Florida Regional Library,
Hendrix states there were no
snags. It was a smooth transfer
and will be completed by
October 1, All that's left, she
says, is administrative.
For Santa Rosa residents,
West Florida library cards will
only be valid until September 1.


45 jobs with an average salary
of $56,000 per year.
The Ropella Group will
occupy space in the county's
industrial park..
"This is a clean industry
with no environmental impact,"
states Cole.
County Commissioner Don
Salter says the activity in the
See INDUSTRY Page 6A.


running'
"After that time, there w ill be a
$50 charge to continue to have
borrowing privileges with' the
West Florida system.
Santa Rosa County will not
charge fees for any Florida res-
ident to patronize, its library
system. However, they will
need to receive a library card.
"One of our main priorities
is that our residents receive the .
resources they're accustomed to
having from West Florida. If
See LIBRARY, Page 5A.


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Boyette II, Rickey Lee; Male;
26; Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription, Narcotic Equip-
Possess And Or Use. 8/1/06
Hudson. Paul Douglas; Male;
49; 5085 Mary St., Milton, FL;
Cocaine Possess With Intent to Sell
Mfg Deliv Etc Schedule II, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And Or Use. 8/1/06
Living, Kelli Anne, Female.
29; 3435 Jubilee Dr., Pace, FL;
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription, Narcotic Equip-
Possess And Or Use. 8/1/06
Walker,' Chuck Braydon;
-Male; 30; 268 Garcon Point Rd.,;
Milton, FL; Probation Violation-
Felony. 8/1/06
Olivia, Diana Christine;
Female; 30; 1137 Great Oaks Ct.,
'Gulf Breeze, FL; Fugitive From
Justice. 8/1/06
Parkerson-Varna, Rebecca'
Jean; Female;. 38;'4019 Chickadee'
St.. Milton, FL; Fraud-Illegal :Use
Credit Cards-Use LMore Than 2
Times O'er $100 8/1/06
Bradford. Kristina Marie:


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Female; 22; 7229 Birdie Lane,
Milton, FL; Possess Cocaine,
Possess Narcotic Equip. 8/1/06
Hebert, Michael Shane; Male;
19; 2012 America Ave., Gulf
Breeze, FL; DUI. 8/1/06
Aguilar, Jaime Guerrero;
Male; 35; 6434 Thornwall St.,
Houston, TX; DUL. 8/1/06
Noel, Shaw; Male; 47; 8668
Navarre Pkwy #217, Navarre, FL;
DUI. 8/1/06
Apel, Scott Larry; Male; 34;'
P.O. Box 16221, Pensacola, FL;
Threat to Bomb-Threaten Discharge
Destructible Device. 8/2/06
Clark, Stacie Lynne; Female;.
28; 6920 Camel Ln, Milton, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony (2 cts.)
8/2/06
'Cruikshank, James Louis;
Male; 30; 102 Cane St., Bayou
Vista. LA; Probation Violation-
Felony. 8/2/06'
Hudson, James Michael; Male;
26; 7174 Blakom Rd., Nlliton. FL;
Crimes Against Person-Specifi,
Felony- Commit Act Could Cause
Death, Aggrav Batter-Person Uses
A .Deadly Weapon, Weapon
Offense-MNissile Into, Dwelling Veh
.Building or Aircraft, Possess of
Weapon or Ammo By Convicted
FLA Felo0. 8/2/06
Lagle, Sonya Marie; Female;
36; 307 Farmers St., Bedford, IN;
Failure to Appear For -Felony
Offense. 8/2/06
Monk. Justin Le\on: Male; 19;
209 Sessions St, Milton, FL, Out of
State Fugitme From Justice. 8/2/06
Morris, .ir.. Robert Andrew:
Male. 39; 588-1 Avondale Rd.
Pensacola. FL. Probation \ olatuon-
Felony. 8/2,106 ,
.leell. Donnis Ann; Female;
44:; 5014 King Oaks Ct., Milton.
FL: Probation Violation-Felony.
'2/06
Lovegrove; Micki, Alyson;
Female; 29. 1544 Oak Hill Rd, Gulf
Breeze, FL; Fraud-False Statement
Information Regarding Financial
Condition. Fraud-Utter False
Statement. S/2/06 .
Shollh. Christopher Allen.
Male:; 1.. 5524 Okaloosa St..
Milton. FL. Aggra. Assit W\Deadl\.
-Weapon without t Intent to Kill
i domestic violence). 8/1/06
'Smith, Eric Wayne;. Male; 26;
2201 Frontier St., Navarre, FL:
Probation Violation-Felony. 812,/06
Craft, James Roger; Male; 39;
3620 County Road 10, Heflin, AL;
DUI, DUI and Damage Property.
8/2/06
Cotner. Sr, John T; Male; 38;
.9212 Eagle Nest, Navarre, FL;
Burgl of Structure Conveyance
Unarmed W/O Person Inside, Larc
Theft is '$300 or More But Less
Than $5,000. 8/3/106
Ge"eer, Ch.arles Stephen;
Male: 45: 4621 Geiger' Rd. Miltonm.
FL, Probation Violation-Felon-,


8/3/06
Grant, Christian Jerel; Male;
25; 3790 Ward Basin Rd., Milton,
FL; 'Robbery-No Firearm or
Weapon. 8/3/06
McCabe, William Richard;
Male; 41; 4295 .Galt City Rd.,
Milton, FL; Probation Violation-
Felony. 8/3/06
Scott, Michael James; Male;
28; 5056 '4qua Vista Dr., Gulf
Breeze, FL; Burgl of Structure
Conveyance Unarmed W/O Person
Inside, Larc Theft is $330 or More
But Less Than $5,000: 8/3/06
Smith, Jr., Bobby Ray; Male;
31; 2481 Stacey Rd., Cantonment,
,FL; Drive While License Susp
Habitual Offender. 8/3/06
Still. Christine Wright; Female; .
33; 6791 Deena Lane, Navarre, FL;
Traffic Oftense-Refuse to Submit to
DUI Test, .Attjah Registration
License Plate Not Assigned, Drive
While Lic Susp 2nd Offense, Cntrl
Sub W/O Prescription, DUI.
8/03/06
Vandenakker. Michael Pabia;
Male; 23; 2857 Oakey Crt, Navarre,
FL; Probation Violation-Felony.
8/3/06
West, Andrew Lee; Male; 40;
3047 Ferris Dr., Navarre, FL;
Baittery-Touch or Strike (domestic
Violence'), Aggrav Battery-Cause
Bodil\ Harm or Disability (domes-
tic i olencei, Obstruct Police
Deprive of Means Protection or
Communication. Aggrav Battery
Cause Bodil\ Harm or Disability.
8/'2/066
Horn. James Ray; Male; 43;
5200 Tupelo, Milton, FL; DUI.
8/2/06
Ard. Christopher Ronald,
Male; 23. 1763 Bnza Del Mar Dr.,
Na\arre. FL; Homicide-Willful
Kill-Murder Not Premeditated No
Felon\ Offense. 8/4/06 .
Darling, Brian \\Wane: Male;
24: Sasannah Dr.. Nilton. FL;
Fugiie From Justice 8/4/06
Ellis. Christopher Shannon:
Male: 31. 120 \Visteria Ln. Panama
Cit\. FL. Drine While Lie Susp
Habitual Offender. Narcotic Equip-
Possess And Or Lse. 8/4,'06
Fabacher. Colb\ James. Male,
19. 3231 Clemson Rd. Gulf Breeze.
FL, Crueltr Toard Child-Indlicuon
of Physical or Menial IniurN
Ford. John HenrN: Male. 34.
Union Correctional Institute, FL;
Battery on Detention Facil
Employee W/Fluids. 8/4/06
Fournier, Daniel J; Male; 43;
10384 Double R Ranch Rd., Holt,
FL; DUI and Serious Bodily Injury
to Another. 8/4/06
Likely. Mario Antan; Male;
30; Homeless: Robber\ With
Weapon /3/06
Long. R\an Patrick; Male: 19.
Homeless. Fail To Register Motor
vehicle Dri\e while e License Susp


Habitual Offender' 8/5/06
Raybon, Janie Irene; Female;
46; 4416 Rice Rd, Milton, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony. 8/5/06
Young, Cory. Ray; Male; 19;
7175 'Wallace Drive, Pace, FL; .
Aggrav Battery-Person Uses a;
Deadly Weapon (domestic vio-;
lence). S/5,06
Lewis, Orstella Ferlist; Female;)
42; 1755 Clarcona Rd.. Apopka. FL:
Probation Violation-Felony 8/5/06
Enfinger, Kevin Wayne; Male;,
21; 9575 Holsberry Rd., Pensacola,
FL; Damage Prop-Crim 'Misch.,
$1,000 or More. (2 cts.). 8/5/06
Monk, Justin Levon; Male;;
19; 209 Sessions St., Milton, FL;
Damage Prop-Crim Mischief
$1,000 or More (2 cts.). 8/5/06
Reed, Kelly Lea; Female; 38;
1018 E. Bobe St., Pensacola, FL;
Burgl of 'Dwelling Unarmed No
Asslt or Batt, Larc-Theft is $300 or
,More But Less Than $5,000. 8/7/06
Simmons. Jr. Bobby Joe;'
Male; 23; 12715 Scenic Lake Dr.,
'Jay, FL; Probation Violation-Felony
8/4/06 '
Smith. Scott Michael; Male;
26; 66515 Colonial Dr. Milton, FL;
Possess Cocaine, Narcotic Equip-
Possess And Or Use. 8/6/06
Stalls, Angela Denise; Female;
38; 9001 Timber Ln, Navarre, FL;
Fraud-Insurance Fraud/Less Than
$20,000. 8/4/06
Bradshaw, Tracy Ann;
Female: 19; 5063 Pauline Street,
Milton, Fl; Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
W/O Prescription. Marijuana
Possess Not More Than 20 Grams,
Narcotic Equip Possess And or Use:
i4 cts.i S.'-14,06
Co6ley, Kamesa Pherna;
Female; 22; 199 Miller Road,
Milton, FL; Aggrav Asslt On Officer
Firefighter EMT Etc. 8/4/06
Lea. Royal McKeen; Male; 65;
4-301 Carl Booker Rd, Milton, FL;
Attach Registration License Plate
Not : Assigned,. Drive on
Permanenritl.\ Revoked Driver
'License. 8/6/06
Lewis. Michael; D.; Male; 28;
203 Dolphin St., Gulf'Breeze, FL;
Fajl to Register Motor Veh, Drugs-
Pou.sse, Cnrrl Sub \\'0 Prescription
12 crs i. Possess Cocaine,
Marijuana-Possess Not More Than
2I .Grams, : Narcotic Equip-Possess
And Or Use. ,4,'6 ,
Melancon, Wayne Benedict;
Male; 30; 4033 Roxies Ln, Pace,,
FL; Aggrav Battery-Cause Bodily
Harm or DiOabihnr 8/4/06
Owens, John Andrew; Male;
46. 6078 Morrison Rd., Milton, FL;.
Drihe While License Susp Habitual
Offender 8/5/06
Pare, Autumn Danielle;
Female, 24; 6515 Colonial Drive,
Milton, FL; Possess Cocaine,
Narcotic Equip-Possess' And Or
Use. 8/6/06.


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e'ednesday August 16,2006 The Santa Rosa Press Gazette Page 3-A.

Local


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Loose 25 Pounds

by October 9


This ambulance was summoned to the practice field at Pace High School after two students fell victim to the heat and humidity. Experts say
youngsters should always remember to drink plenty of fluids and pay attention to their body's signs.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Heat


Continued From Page One.
statewide discussion .over the
way high schools set policy for
heat safety-related issues.



Student
A Continucl Fron Page Out.
students.
"Itf we ostracized this child.
it will only hurt him and make
te situation worse. .As a.
Christian parent' with. a
Christian child, I don't feel
threatened b\ ithe students. NI
child doesn't feel threat-
ened.. we' e discussed the sit-
uation and my child knows not
to make fun."
Parents of Pace High stu-
dents ha'e hard questions
Sw which they say, haven't been
answered.
SWondering about the stu-
dent and his difficulties dis-
turbing. according to Monica
Blalock. Pace High parent, "but
ye also need to protect our chil-
dyren." She's concerned because
she doesn't know the basis of
which the transgender student's
. problems come from. As for
the restroom question, Blalock
states simply, "If it's a men's
bathroom and you're a man
with a man's body, you should
go to a men's room."
One parent is concerned
about the transgender student
because the parent thinks his


Snakes
Continued From Page One.
various stages of decomposi-
tion were found inside the
camper. along with animal car-
*casses dead so'long they were
"completely dried up." ,
Law enforcement officers
called for assistance from Santa
Rosa County Animal Services,
*along with zoo officials from
Gulf Breeze and from the
Humane Society in Pensacola.
Three cats, 35 snakes, and three
bearded dragons were removed
alive from the camper.
The exotic animals were
turned over to zoo officials for
:"treatment and evaluation"
,;from medical staff, according to
sheriff's officials Animal
.Control took three cats and
.three dogs belonging to
Zoodsma.
Reports say Zoodsma


In a July 24 ne\\s release.
the American College of Sports
Medicine's Michael F.
Bergeron, Ph.D.. said. "The pn-





identity problems existed
before the condition %\as diag-
nosed.
"Other students told me,
last year. during one nine-week
session, he %\as dressed gothic
from head-to-toe. The next
rune weeks. he was dressed as a
cow boy. It seems to me, he was
screaming for help." the parent
.says, .
Green says only two other
students in Florida have posed
this question with gender dis-
crimination ; one in Leon
County and the other in
Seminole. Neither situation has
been litigated.
At press time, Santa Rosa
,County School'Superintendent
John Rogers has declined-to
comment and, to date, no litiga-
,tion has been filed with !Santa
Rosa County.
Attempts to reach the attor-
ney representing the student
were unsuccessful. Some had
suggested the ACLU might
become involved, but calls to
that organization were not
returned, either.
Reach writer at:
hhoh@' sr-pg.coin


Zoodsma's charges
equate to 35 felonies
and 41 misdemeanor
counts.

arrived at the scene of the
camper while law enforcement
,officials and animal rescue per-
sonnel were still there.
Investigators say the man
admitted the animals were his.
Deputies say he offered the
explanation he'd been working
a lot and didn't have "a chance"
to remove the dead animals-
some of which he said had been
there approximately two weeks.
Zoodsma's charges equate
to 35 felonies and 41 misde-
meanor counts, with, no bond,
according to officials.


mars reasons for a football
player to overheat on the field
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As we go to the

polls, let's not

forget state issues
One of the most nagging problems facing most
Floridians these days, including many in Santa
Rosa County, is homeowners' insurance coverage.
And, as we approach the Sept. 5 elections, it
will be up to registered voters to decide not only
who the next governor will be, but also at least one
county commissioner, several school board posi-
tions and, just as important, if we are willing to
pay an extra penny sales tax for our local roads.
While we expounded upon the importance of
getting our congested roads fixed and the need for
the fair sales tax increase, allow us to pose a few
thoughts on the Governor's race.
In our view. one of the most important ques-
tions we should ask the candidates is what are their
\ iews regarding the troubled insurance situation.
And, just as important, what will the candi-
dates have to say about dealing with the financial-
ly troubled state-run Citizens Property Insurance.
Another related question that needs specific
answers is 'what is the state going to do about pri-
vate insurance companies that are being allowed to
get by %with soaring rates, canceling policies and
even leaving the state?" : -
The victims of these tactics are the residents
and-business owners who are now facing critical
issues.
Floridians need to ha'e adequate insurance
coverage for their homes and businesses and need
the assurances that the coverage is adequate to
cover their losses in the event of another devastat-
ing hurricane.
What is disturbing is the new s exposed' by
Florida Trend magazine recently that Citizens,
which is facing serious financial woes. is issuing
policies to insure $5 billion worth of construction
projects in places many believe are unwise to
build. '
Furthermore. should the state force all home-
owners to subsidize Citizens through fees assessed
to their own private insurance companies'?
After all, Citizens is an insurance of last resort
and issues policies to those who have built their
homes in flood-prone and hurricane zone coastal:
areas of the state. These are those people who can't
acquire insurance from private companies anti
expect the state's insurance company to cover their
losses following severe storms that flood and rip
their homes apart.
Citizens issues policies to developers which.
critics say, stimulates building in high-risk areas
and will leave residential policyholders all over the
state on the hook for the bills if a storm strikes the
projects. Florida Trend says.
That "builders risk" insurance provides cover-
age to developers %while their buildings are under
construction. We're talking about risk policies that
equate to some $800 million this year alone. At the
end of May. Citizens was covering 5,723 construc-
tion policies. 33 in Santa Rosa County that include
condos, single-family, homes, commercial build-
ings with a total exposure of $5.1 billion.
This is an issue, we believe, our next Governor
needs to settle with the taxpayers of 'Florida, and
that includes those of us in Santa Rosa County.
It's a real sore spot that needs addressing at the
state level.

AUGUST 16,2006


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Now there's ads while pumping


FM: JIMMITGHTOWER
Dear Editor:


Corporate advertisers are concerned. Not' con-
cerned that they've inundated our brains w% iLh so many
ads that we now automatically tune them out. No, no.
they're concerned that there are no%\ certain moments
in our lives w hen we hear no ads at all.
For example, pumping gas. We stand there with
our hand on the hose while the tank is filling, and
what are we doing? Probably thinking about our plans
for the weekend, or thinking about ho\w the greed-
heads of Big Oil are laughing at us as "e pump out
more windfall profits for them. or maybe not thinking
at all -just letting our frazzled minds float for few pre-
cious minutes.
What a %waste, say advertisers. who've calculated
that the average time spent pumping gas is four min-
utes. Multiply that by the millions of us who pump
gas. then multiply that by two eyes and two ears for
each gas pumper, and well, the ad guys smell oppor-
tunity.
Sure enough, an outfit called Gas Stauon TV is
leaping into this four-minute \oid in our lies. It's
installing TV sets in the gas pumps of Murphy Oil,
which runs the filling stations at Wal-Mart stores.
ABC television will provide special programming for
the four-minute pumping segment and ABC \ ill also
sell the ads that'll be spaced into each segment.
Already, such outfits as Pepsi, Goodyear, and Allstate
have signed up.
Great. Notw. instead of four minutes of blessed
silence, we get to spend the time hearing a sales spiel
from an insurance company.
By the way. you %won't be able to switch off the
TV, so they "'e got you captured. Not to worry though.
the CEO of Gas Station TV says, "We w ill not over-
advertise."
Hey, Knucklehead the very presence of TV ads
in a gas pump is over-advertising! And lest you think
that these four minutes w ill be the only intrusion into
your few moments of solitude, another company is
:installing TVs in supermarket checkout aisles.

Immigrants are good for economy

FM: JORGE NIURSILi
Dear Editor:

As Congress holds a series of grandstanding. elec-
tion-year hearings to rile up anti-immigrant fervor in
conveniently selected sites. far too little attention has
been paid to the enormous economic benefits immi-
grant labor brings to our economy. Let's set aside
emotion, anecdotes and political calculation, and look
, at the facts.
Concerned that immigrants' positive impact on.
our economy \\as being obscured b\ exaggerated fear
arid misguided commentary. more than 500 econo-
mists, including fi\e Nobel laureates, recently penned
an open letter to President George W. Bush and
Congress reminding them that immigrants ha\e made
America richer both economically and cultural.
"'Overall, immigration has been a net gain for
existing American citizens..,." the letter reads.
"America is a generous and open country and these


qualities make America a beacon in the world. We
should not let exaggerated fears dim that beacon"
Set aside the fact that attempting to deport some
12 million people would not onl[ be inhumane, but
practical impossibility. Instead consider the reality
that losing these workers ,would cripple significant
industries nationwide, including construction, hospi-
tality and landscaping, which is %\hy the U.S.
Chamber of Commerce is working for the passage of
comprehensive immrrration reform.
The U.S. Department of Labor reported that last
year -150.000 jobs went to foreign workers yet there
%were only 10.000 worker visas available. That means
440.000 jobs are likely to ha\e gone to undocument-
ed workers.
In North Carolina, 29 percent of the state's con-
struction workforce is Hispanic. according to a study
by the Uniaersity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Without the Hispanic %workers. a majority of whom
are undocumented, the study estimated North
Carolina would have lost "up to $10 billion in con-.
struction, including: a revenue loss of up to $2.7 bil-
lion for companies supplying construction materials
and supplies; a loss of up to $149 million in revenue
for companies renting buildings, machinery and
equipment: and up to 27.000 houses not being built."
In South Carolina. the Latino population grew\ b\
273 percent between 1990 and 2003. Douglas P. ,
Woodward, an economic professor at the Unilersity
of South Carolina. found. among other things, that
immigrant labor had helped the state's lumber indus-
try survive..The high product\ ity of the immigrant it
laborers has also helped re\,italize other businesses,
Woodward said.
According to a report b\ the Center for
Continuing Study of the California Economy. almost
all of California's workforce growth between 2005
and 2030 is likely to come from immigrants and their
children.
'The economic implications are clear: Many.
American businesses cannot survive or thrive without
immigrant labor. So wh\ doesn't Congress pass com-
prehensive immigration reform to fix our. broken
immigration system? Why can't they find a way to
make sure needed workers ha\e a path to legalization
,and that the system is fair to everyone seeking to emi-
grate?
It's an election \ear. that's why. National polls
clear[\ show that incumbents--especially the GOP
incumbents \who control Congress are in trouble.
So they booted immigration reform off the congres-
sional calendar until the\ 're safely past the November
elections, and they're holding hearings to rev up anti-
immigrant emotion. The\ want to turn out their voters
on a hot local issue, instead of facing judgment on a
record of service that has seen a faltering economy an
unpopular and expensive war, and a .decline in
American securnt at home and abroad. It's scape-'
goaiung at its worst.
We are a nation of imnugrants..Our strength lies
in welcoming laborers, nurses, carpenters and aca-
demics from across the globe to achieve the American;
dream freedom, prosperity and better life for them-
sel\es and their children. America has, never turned
its back on them. and we shouldn't let unfounded
fears eradicate their dreams and diminish our success.


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You Spoke Out, 'I

Santa Rosa...
Sunday. 9:32 p.m.
This is Robert. I'd like to ;
know when Code Enforcement is
going to do something about the
loud boom boxes on James Street'
and the car wash in that area. I'e.
been calling about this for a long.
time and nothing has been done. ,

Sunday. 4:29 p.m.
I'm just calling to inform
everyone that there is a.'
Congressional investigation going'
on about the Post Office not com-',
plying with the Americans within
Disabilites Act. Just in case any-
one is interested. I' e seen lots of',
folks calling in about this.

Sunday. 3:42 p.m. .
I 1 would like to say that I hae
gone, to the new Santa Rosa-,
Count\ Librar\ on Alabama'.-
Street and I so enjoyed it. It ,isAt
really\ nice. Thank you'.

Saturday. 8:48 a.m.
Ok. Wo,,. It is not just, thee
Press Gazette that got its opinion'
in the paper. If you %want money
for the "boot." go to Wal-mart. It's
the best place in town. Looks to.,
me like the Press Gazette has.,
some guts. It %wasn't the Gazette
that said that. it was me. The peoi.;
pie ha\e the right to "boot" back..

Thursday.. 9:25 a.m.
'I just read in the paper where,;
our County Commissioners
voted. \ith no objection, to bu\.y
land from International Paper. Is;,
this money) for our torn up roads?,,
Editor's Note: The land was
purchased to provide access to,;
the two boat ramps in that area.;
which have been closed since,.
International Paper began deny-
ing the public access to its land.
Thursday. 9:12 a.m.
I believe I will vote for the,.
*one-cent sales tax, but I would;,
like some sort of promise from.,
the county that the money from it5
will only be used for roads and'
will not be diverted to other uses.
Editor's Note: The money
can't be diverted to other uses,;"
but the ballot will include word-'
ing to obligate the funds to roads'
just in case.
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From one Panhandle to another...


Tuffy trots to Texas for teaching


By LYNNE HOUGH
Press Gazette Staff Writer
Tuffy, A Real American
Quarter Horse Hero, has
expanded his horizons-again.
Tuffy was born here in the
Florida Panhandle, but this
, week he is in the Texas
Panhandle, visiting Amarillo
for some public events.


A local celebrity. Tuffy has
demonstrated perseverance, in
moving: forward following
tufff" times in his Florida com-
munity. Two hurricanes and one
year later, he made the 1,800
mile trip to Amarillo in his
horse trailer to support multiple
efforts minolhing education and
lteracy-something he does
around Santa Rosa County reg-


Tuffy, A Real American Quarter Horse Hero is in Texas this week for
the unveiling of his counterpart-a life-size fiberglass Quarter Horse
painted with a mural of images designed to tell the story of Tuffy's
mission. He is pictured here at Kidfest, an Amarillo event bringing
together free immunizations and school supplies in a park setting-
just days before school begins in the Texas Panhandle city.
Press Gazette photo by Lynne Hough


Library


Continued From Page One.
we can't purchase materials'
requested, we'll get them
through inter-library loans.
There hasn't been a request we
haven't been able to fulfill yet," '
states Natasha Godwin, Library
Coordinator-Special Services.
"Another priority is cus-
tomer service. We want our
patrons to be happy with us and
we want to be able to provide
the services they. need,"
explains Godwin.
Other new sern ices Hendrix
lists are automated phone, sys-
tems, email systems and no fees
for overdue books.
"We just want our books
returned," explains Hendrix,
"People were penalized for
bringing our books back. It
takes a healthy amount of staff
time to manage the administra-
tive duties .accounting for the
fines and not enough time spent
with patrons."
You can nov< check out a
total of 30 items--including
books, DVDs, audios, and other
research materials for three
weeks or twenty-one days.
"We want to simplify it for
the staff and for the users,"
explains Hendrix.
The library system includes
libraries in Gulf Breeze, Jay,
Milton-and Navarre. The Pace


Gem Lore
by Wil/iam E. Cobb
Past President Florida Jewelers
Spokesman for Jewelers ofAmerica
July Birthstone: Ruby
"The gleaming Ruby should adorn
All those who in July were born.
For thus they'll be exempt and free
From lover's doubts and anxiety."
This ancient verse of
unknown origin tells us that
Ruby is the birthstone for
July. And what a stone! Job
said in the bible, "The price
of wisdom is above rubies",
implying that rubies were
exceptionally valuable and
highly esteemed even then.
The superlatives that have
been used to describe the
Ruby and its virtues seem
endless. The Ruby has been
called the most precious of
the twelve stones God creat-
ed when he created all things.
By God's command, the ruby
was placed on Aaron's neck.
.The ancient Hindus call the
Ruby the lord of the gems,
the king of precious stone,
and that which surpasses all
other stones in virtue."


library\ is under construction
and, according to Terry
Fitzpatrick. Superintendent of
Speegle Construcuon. construc-
iion is on track and should be
complete sometime in
December.
You can check out the Santa
Rosa County Librarn webste
\ %\.santarosa.fl.go /library or
you can go to the Santa Rosa
County main w ebsite page and
click on the link at ww'w.san-
tirosa.ll.gov.


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ularly. .
Sharing, caring. citizenship,
fairness, trustworthiness, and
respectfulness are the six pillars
of character. education Tuffy
has supported from day one.
As a demonstration of those
traits, Tuffy is in A manllo for
the unveiling of his counterpart.,
part of the "Hoof Prints of the
American Quarter Horse" proj-
ect. He was present at the
Tuesday dedication.
According to the Amarillo
Convention and Visitor
Council, more than 75 fiber-
glass American Quarter Horse
replicas are located around the
city. Tuffy's "horse" %\as dedi-
cated yesterday -with the real
Tuffy present, all the wa\ from
the Florida.
The horse is to be placed at
Sanborn Elementary School.
700 Roberts St. in Amarillo.
Former Santa Rosa
Education Chair Kyle Holley
says the fiberglass horse is a gift
to the students of Amarillo to
show appreciation and respect.
He says the painted versionn
of Tuffy tells a valuablee store\ of
heritage, faith. perseverance.
and family. Cleta Miller, an
Amarillo artist, painted the
horse. Miller says she \was
brought into the project as an
artist, but soon found herself
drawn into Tuffv's life and mes-
sage.
Tuffi spent SaturdaN in
Thompson Park for the Kidfest
celebration in Amarillo. He met
thousands of new friends and


some old ones w-ho remem-
bered him from last year's visit
to Amarillo Independent
District schools.
In addition to Kidfest and
the dedication, Tuffy is promot-
ing a partnership between five
Milton schools and five
Amarillo schools. It is hoped
students at both locations will
be encouraged to use Tuffy as a
writing prompt in a pen-pal for-
mat to share information and
ideas about their hometowns
and, of course, about the horse.


The Pace Area Chamber of Commerce. Inc.
will hold its tirst Annual Brailurst Festival
No% ember 4th. The event will he held at the
Pace Nature Preserve off Woodbine Road.
The location is a lovely hillside landscape
overlooking a beautiful lake. There will be
great food, musical entertainment and a
large variety of vendors. We invite all arts,
crafts and other type vendorss to contact the
Chamber office today to reser e your space.

We expect a ver)
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church era-the Laodiceans
church- age. That's the last
church age before Jesus comes
back to take His church-
which is His bride-home to
introduce us to His Father and
then for the marriage and the
Marriage Supper of the Lamb.
The
Laodicean
age is an age
where we're
increased
with goods
and d have
need of noth-
o ing and that's,
our societN
rodae. \We
FRANKIE think \\e
GODSEY don't need
Olivet Baptist God or the
Church church. MNost'
of us don't
need doctors. h e have good
jobs and '%then %e need \ou,.
God. \%e'll call \ou.
"We b \ent to the Nlessianic
se nagogue and temple. An
Orthodox Je ish Rabbi named
Rubin -as there and \e lis-
tened to him share about
rebuilding the Je"%ish temple-
the thtrd Hol Temple.
"-'He blew us away because
they're making the holy half-
sheckles out of 95C%, pure silver.
As far as I can tell, the church
age must be o'er before God
picks up %\ith the seven last
kingdom years." explains
Godsey.
He refers to the seen years
between the Rapture and a.
1.000-year reign of Christ on
earth as the Great Tribulation
period. During this timp, he
says the Jewish Holy Temple
will be rebuilt. It is his under-
standing of Biblical prophecy
the church %till be raptured
isnatchedi out before the tem-
ple \vill be rebuilt
Pastor Jason Pool of the
Bagdad First Assembly of God
says he believes the end clock
began ticking in 1948 when
Israel became a nation He also'
states Genesis 6:11 states in the
last day s of Noah. \idlence
filled the land. and sa',s scrip-


ture states this will happen in
the last days as well.
"If Israel is at war, the
world's at war. If Israel is at
peace, the world is at peace. As
for'events leading up to the end
times, terrorist networks are
making statements to take over
the world, and they plan to.
"Islam believes their great
leader will come to take over
.the world. They believe, this
leader will be a peacemaker,"
explains Pool. "We know he
will be a.great deceiver, known
to ,us as the antichrist."
Pool believes nuclear war is
eminent. "It's never happened
before \ith
S terro ri s
nuclear
threats and
Israel being
involved Go ith
so man\
ears. Onl y
by the grace
of God anoth-
er terrorist
attack hasn't ASON POOL
happened. o J c ASON POOL,.
happened. Bagdad First
"Israel is Assemblyof
a sovereign God Church
nation She's
the pupil of God's eNe. which is
the most sensitive part of His
eye. The Bible says to pray for
the peace of Israel." states Pool.
Pool and Godse\ believe
there are no prophetic signs for
the rapture of the church, only
foreshado\%ing 6 ith the second
coming.
Both Pool and Godse\


Industry
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industrial park is "impressive'
%\ ith its job creation activity.
'The tax incentives The
Ropella Group \ ill receive are
designed. to help with equip-
mnent purchasing, business tax\
credits, and any other .state
taxes credited or reimbursed
after pro\ ing "satisfactorN per-
formance," according to
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believe humanity is living in the
last days before the coming of
Sthe Jesus Christ.
"Hard times are coming,
but for a belie\er-don't get
into fear. We have hope," states
Pool.
Still, riot all theologians
agree on whether, the church
will be required to go through
the 'Tribulation. Some, called
pre-tribulation. believe the
church will be taken "before the
tribulation." Others, called mid-
tribulation. believe the church
\\ill be raptured 3.5 years into
the .se en- ear tribulation. And
still others, called "post-tribula-
tionists." belie\ e the church % ill
be taken only after going
through the seven years of trials
and tribulations.
"Most of NMatthew\ 24 is
about the second coming of
Christ, but the\ are foreshadow -
ings of the rapture. Whatever
someone's theological issues
are: pre-tribulation, mid-tmbu-
lation or post-tribulation. we
kno\ He's returning soon. We
ha\e to be prepared. Ye must be
born again:" exclaims Godse\.
But as man\ pastors pro-
claim the second coming-
tying it to current world events.
other skeptics sa\ there is noth-
ing more "end-time related"
today than at any other time in
the past.

Storo written by' Pamela
Holt. Reach her at:
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trial parkinclude:
Hackney Foods. a food
distribution companN. d wellIng
in the largest structure of
110,000 square feet. Hackney
is expanding out of Pensacola.
Hope Lumber. a truss
manufacturing company ,ith
corporate offices in Pensacola.
LaFarge, a global compa-
nm manufacturing pre-stressed
concrete components facility.
Atlantic Shutter Compan,.
manufactunng .hurricane shut-
ters. has proposed to buy a tvmo-
acre parcel in the complex
Boise Cascade, a lumber
distribution company. by rail
will also make the park its
home.
"Hopefull by the end of
the calendar )ear. we'll see
doors open and new employees
going into the park," states
Anderson.
She says she is also proud
Florida Trend magazine ranked
Santa Rosa County as number-
two'in the state for job growth.
That ranking came in April.


Story written by Pamela
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Community


Learning Coalition
announces meetings.
Monthly Coalition meeting
The Coalition will meet on
, Thursday, August 17, 2006 at
the Santa Rosa County Health
Department conference room.
,There will be an Executive
meeting at 9 a.m., Finance
"meeting at 9:30 a.m. followed
,, by the full coalition meeting at
- 10:00 a.m.
Provider Services &
:Support The Provider
Services & Support committee
,will meet on Wednesday,
4 August 23. 2006 from 3 p.m. to
. 5 p.m. at the Community Life
CCenter in Gulf Breeze. Room
.2206.
4., All meetings are open to the
f public. For additional mnforma-
lion, call Melissa Bracken or
- Suzanne Harrison at 626-2212.

, UWF offers,
business workshop
The University of West
Florida Small Business
Development Center i401 E.
Chase St., Ste. 100. Pensacola)
is holding its How to Write a
Business Plan"' Workshop on
Tuesday evening, August 22.
2006 from 6 to 9 p.m.
Attendees will learn how to
gather data and write the busi-
' ness plan. -as well as become
. familiarized with financing
S" requirements. The fee for
attending this workshop is $30
for the public and free for stu-
dents and faculty members of
the University of West Florida
%' who present a Nautilus card. To,.
Register, call 850.473-7830i or
go to our website
(wv-w. sb3c. uwf. eduL .and
click on training.

SR School Board
b to hold workshop
SThe Santa Rosa District
School Board %ill conduct a
'" workshop. Thursday. August
17, 2006. at 9 a.m. in the
. School Board meeting room at
5086 Canal Street. Milton. FL.
to address student transporta-
lion issues.

V ARC selling ,
: muscadine grapes
The ARC of Santa Rosa
located on Di\ie Road has
i' beautiful and delicious musca-
Ir: dine grapes ready for .your jelly
: making and other pleasures.
They are sweet and delicious.
%, You may pick sour own from
-. the ARC's \ines at $1.00 per
, pound or come to the ARC and
a, purchase grapes already picked
for $2.00 per pound between
p'" the hours of S a.m. and 2 p.m.
bI Monday through Friday. Dimie
- Road is located north of the
junction of SR 87 & 89. Call
623-932") for more information
and directions

Community Center
dedication to be held
The Bagdad Village.
-. Preservation Association will
organize the dedication cere-.
mony for the new Bagdad
Community Center at 9 a.m.
Saturday, Aug. 26, at the
Bagdad Recreation Park, locat-


ed at the comer of School and
Pooley streets in Bagdad.
A complimentary breakfast'
of biscuits and saw mill gravy
with coffee and juice will be
served following the dedica-
1 tion.
The new center, %which will
be 6,000 square feet, will afford
space for festivals, dances, con-
certs. weddings, dinners and
other community activities. It
.also will serve as a polling
place and a post-disaster aid
distribution center.
The building %\as designed
to complement the historic
nature of the village, and will
be surrounded with an eight-
foot porch, a high-pitched roof
and huge columns.
Although construction is
complete, the community's
w ork is still not done. The facil-
it5 still needs amenities such as
appliances, cabinets, paint and
carpet.
Once a bustling lumber mill*
village. Bagdad was once the
center of the Southeastern lum-
ber industry for more than 110
years before closing in 1939.
According to local historians,
at one time Bagdad was the
biggest, most modem lumber
export in the western world.
Bagdad %was listed on the
Nauonal Register of Historic
Places in 1987.
For more information, or to
find out more about the Bagdad
Village Preservation
Association. %isit the associa-
tion's Web suite at
%kw %.BagdadVillage.org or call
981-9915.

Volunteers needed
The Bagdad Village
Preservation Association is
seeking volunteers to help
"beautify" the new Bagdad
Community Center in prepara-
tion for its official dedication
ceremony the following week.
The workday is scheduled for
the morning of Saturday. Aug.
19. and will continue through-
out the da\y.
Volunteer duties \\ill
include general landscape
maintenance with planting
flowers. trees and other plants.
as %'ell mulching and watering
the planted areas. :
The Preservation
Association %will organize, the
official dedication ceremony
for the new Bagdad
Community Center at 9 a.m.
Saturday.Aug. 26.
The Community. Center is-
located at 'the Bagdad
Recreation Park at the comers
of School and Poole\ streets.
Bagdad.
Onc. a bustling lumber
mill village Bagdad was once
the center of the Southeastern
lumber industry for more than'
110 years before closing in.'
1939. According to local histo-
rians, at one time Bagdad was.
the biggest, most modem lum-
ber export in the western world.
Bagdad was listed on the
National Register of Hitoric
Places in 1987.
For more information, or to
find out more about the Bagdad
Village Preser ation
Association, visit the associa-
tion's Web site at www.bag-
dadvillage.org or call 981-


9915.

Sacred Heart
Children's Hospital
receives donation
Log-A-Load for Kids .will
present a check for $53,745 to,
Sacred Heart Children's
Hospital on Thursday, Aug. 24,
at noon in the, Sacred Heart
Administration Board Room.
Sponsored by the Florida
Forestry Association, the
Panama City and Pensacola
branches of Log-A-Load' for
Kids conducted two annual
events to raise funds to help.
Sacred ,Heart Children's
Hospital meet the needs of sick
and injured children in
Northwest Florida and South
Alabama. This past May, the
Panama City branch held the
1lLh Annual Log-a-Load For
Kids Classic at the Sunny Hills
Golf Club and the Pensacola
branch held their 10th Annual
Log-A-Load For Kids Bass
Fishing Tournament at the
Swamp House Marina &
Landing. This year. they were
able to increase their combined
grand total by 27 percent..
Since 1995. Log-a-Load For
Kids has been a loyal friend of
Sacred Heart Children's
Hospital by raising a combined
$428.544. The donations sup-
ported the purchase of pediatrc
patient beds, the purchase of
vital pieces of equipment used
in the Infant'Toddler Unit, and
the prot ision of homemade
isolette coers for the Neonatal
Intensive Care Unit.

Pea Ridge to sponsor
Volunteer Brunch
The Pea Ridee Elementary
School is sponsoring a
Volunteer Brunch for anyone
that is interested in volunteer-
ing at Pea Ridge. The date is
August 17 beginning at 10:30
until 12:30 p.m. For more,
information, please contact the
school at 995-3680.


.Rotary Club,
announces
new officers
The Rotar\ Club' of
Pensacola announces its 'recent '


installation of new officers for
.2006-07. New club officers are:
James Stolhanske, Club
President; Innes Richards, Club
Secretary; Ronald Jackson,
Club Treasurer; Vickie
Smithee, Executive Secretary,
and Ronald Richards, Assistant
Governor Area. Club Directors
.include Hugh Hamilton, R. Hill
Turner, Ed Wonders and
Richard Sherrill. -
Special recognition included
the presentation-of the Grover
and Sandra Robinson "Service
Above Self'"Awards. The
Grover Robinson Award was
presented to Eric Nickelsen.
This award is presented to the
member who exhibits the
Service Above Self Roiary
motto in all areas of life pro-
fessional, community and fam-
ily. Eric was honored for out-
standing 'chairmanship and
presidential roles with. many
local organizations and club
committees. The Sandra
Robinson Award \was presented
to Federal Judge Lacey Collier.
This award is presented to a
non-Rotarian w ho also exhibits
Service Abole Self in all areas
of life. Judge Collier. a support-
er of man\ social, health and
welfare acti\ ities. helped raise
$ 2 million for the creation of
the Snoezlin project to help
children "ith special needs.
Snoezlin is located in the
Wesigate School. For club
information contact Betty'
Roberts. Publicity Chair at
broberts(' nfbcblood.ore.


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Several orthopedics sur-
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new Sacred Heart Medical
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The following physicians
recently began offering servic-
es on a part-time schedule in
Pace:
Three partners in a
Pensacola orthopedic surgery
practice:
Dr. Jason J. Marshall, Dr.
Robert Lurate, and Dr. Mark
Caylor,

Orthopedic surgeon Dr.
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physicians are planning to offer
part-time office hours in the
Medical Park in the near
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vascular surgeon Dr. Femarido
Kafie.
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Legion Dinner & Installation of Officers held


The American Legion
Edeker-Dubose Post 121 Jay,
and its Auxiliary Unit 121,
held their annual Dinner and
Installation of Officers
Saturday, August 5, 2006 at the
Legion Post.
Dinner began at 5 p.m.
District officers were the hon-
ored guests. The food was deli-
cious. The chicken and ham
was provided by the Legion.
The side dishes and desserts
were cooked and brought by
the Auxiliary and friends.
After dinner, 1st District
Commander, Rusty Grooms,
began the official installation
ceremony by calling on the
District Sgt.-at-Arms, .Carl
Scheel to open with prayer.
Everyone, remained standing
for the Pledge of Allegiance to
the American flag.
Next, the District
Commander introduced the
District officers. Some were
already mentioned, and
District Vice Commander, Bill
Bingle, and the Western Area
Commander, Benny Bailey.
The District Commander then
introduced the. 'District
Auxiliary officers: President-
Rebecca Jackson, Sgt.-At-.
Arms-Bonnie Lugenbeel, and
Education Chairman-Gerrie
Bailey.
The Auxiliary Installation
of Officers %\as first on the
agenda. Those installed as offi-
cers were Mary Lou Watson.
President: Terr Shaner. Vice
President: Polly Atchison,
Secretary; .Charline Warrick.,
Treasurer: Barbara Nowling,.


Sgt.-At-Arms; Wanda
Garrison, Chaplain; and
Historian, -Brenda Gabbert.
Executive Committee mem-
bers were not present. They are
Rose Emmitt, Doreen Merrill,
and Faye Goodman. After the
District President installed the
new Auxiliary officers, she
gave the Edeker-Dubose
Auxiliary President, Mary Lou
Watson, two certificates
awarded to the Auxiliary. The
first was a Certificate of
Appreciation to the Unit for
All Children's Hospital Milk
Fund, 2005 & 2006 by the
Department of Florida. The
other was to the Edeker-
Dubose Auxiliary Unit 121 for
the Veteran's Association
Rehabilitation Program by the
Department of Florida. In.July
of 2006 Brenda Gabbert was
awarded a certificate of
Education b. the Department
of Florida.
The Installation of Officers
for the Legion then took place.
. They are Commander, Wieland
Atchison; Vice Commander.
Gene Gabbert: Financial
Secretary. Bill Patrick;
Chaplain. Jack Bragg; and
Sgt.-At-Arms, Sam Merrill.
After the Installaiion of
Officers, e eryone was invited
to stay for the special enter-
tainment provided bN Dearl
Dixon. That man can sing! It
%\as discussed bN the officers
of the Legion to have enter-
tainment once a month' to
include the public. Dearl
Dixon being one of the main
entertainers.


Legion officers were sworn in August 5th.


Auxiliary officers were newly elected.


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The. Jay Area Chamber of
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gazebo, pool, pier, truly something for
the entire family. MLS# 301654
$450.000.00


month's treasurer's report
being in the Tri-City Ledger.
Mike Digmon stated
according to the minutes of the
January 2006 Chamber meet-
ing, the members had voted to
pay for the 4th of July enter-
tainment. Those voting were
under the impression that the
Jay Area Merchants
Association was going to
merge with the Ja5 Area
Chamber of Commerce.
Since" there'Wa's o 'guest
speaker, Jay Hospital
Administrator. Mike Hutchins'
spoke about the latest happen-
ings with Jay Hospital and the
Jay Medical Complex. He said
that the medical equipment is
kept current. The hospital now
has the state-of-the-art Ultra
Sound.' Dr. David Smith's old


office building is being reno-
vated for a clinic.. Mike
Hutchins said that Baptist
Hospital has been named for
the 4th year as one of the top,
100 companies to work for.
There are 153 people employed
at Jay Hospital, including part-J
time employees.
,: The Industry Appreciation
Dinner is scheduled for
September, 19,.2006. beginning
at 6 "p.m., at the Jai
Comminiti) Center. Sabrina
Owens said, that the plans are
well underwa%.
It was voted on and
approved for the Chamber to
pay to advertise in the Jay,
Quarterback Club's Football
Program. It was also approved
to pay for the Chamber to have
outdoor advertising at the Jay
Football Field. Bruce Godwin


KITCHEN CORNER


Farmers' Pork Chops
4 loin or shoulder pork chops
1 clove of chopped garlic
salt and pepper to taste
4 sliced potatoes
2 sliced large onions
1-1/2 cups sour cream
1-1/2 tsp salt
? tsp dry mustard

Heat oven to 350 degrees. Trim excess fat from chops
and roll in flour. Brown chops and garlic in hot fat over
medium heat. Season with salt and pepper. Place sliced pota-
toes in a 11-1/2 x 7-1/2 x 1-1/2 bak-
ing pan* top with browned chops. .
Separate onion slices into rings and -'
lay on top of, chops. Blend sour
cream salt, and mustard; pour over
potatoes, chops and onions. Bake for
1-1/ hours. Makes 4 servings.


MORGAN
INVESTMENT
SERVICES, INC.

Fred T. Morgan
Advisor RreiainuI.


www,lpl,ncom/fred.morgan

6815 Caroline Street, Milton, FL 32570
Office (850) 623.1113 Fax (850) 623-1337
Securities Offered
Through Linsco/Private Ledger
Member NASD/SIPC


explained how to advertise on
the Brewton Radio Station
(WKNU) to benefit the Jay
Quarterback Club.
Digmon reminded every-
one about United Bank's
Groundbreakin% Ceremony ^
that \%ill take place Thursday.
August 24-. 2006 at 9 a.m.,
Citizens Law Enforcement
Acadernm will be from August.'!
31 to Notember 16, 2006,
Thursday s from 6 to 9 p.m., at -
the Milton Sheriff's Office.
It %.as approved to ha\e the
next Chamber meeting oni
Monday, September 11, 2006,
because of the Labor Day
weekend. The time of the meet-
ing will be 12 noon at' the Jay
Community Center. Dura-Med
will provide the lunch.
The meeting was adjourned ;
after some discu_,sion


AG Edwards
Futures Markets Weekly
Reac Crude oil surges to
$77 a barrel then drops
below $75, all in a week's
work
Nearby Crude Oil Futures
soared to just under $77 a bar-
rel on Monday, marking the
biggest gain in two weeks.
The rally came after British
Petroleum announced it was
closing Alaska's Prudhoe Bay ,c
oilfield the largest oilfield in
the U.S. that comprises 8% of
domestic production due to
pipeline corrosion.
Prices jumped since the
indefinite closure, which
would significantly reduce
supplies to West Coast
refineries, was occurring dur-
ing peak gasoline demand -
season and in face of increas-
ingly tight world supply lev-
els. Conflicts in the Nigerian
Delta Region intensified this
week, fueling an uptrend that
has been supported by relent-
less hostilities between Israel
and Hezbollah.
In fact, crude oil prices
have risen 25% this year on
concern that supplies from
major and unpredictable ,
sources (Africa and the ,
Middle East) would not be ,
able to keep pace with rising
demand. This pressured the
front month contract to below
$75 a barrel on Thursday,
despite a midweek govern-
ment report showing a
greater-than-expected decline
in Crude Oil supplies. In addi-
tion, the thwarted terrorist
attack on U.S. bound air-
planes from the UK actually
sent prices lower. Analysts
reasoned that while demand
for jet fuel could decrease, the
plot could also dampen con-
sumer confidence.


Wednesday August 18, 2006


The Santa Rosa Press Gazette


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-Wednesday August 16, 2006 The Santa Rosa Press Gazette Page 9-A

Business Review



Pollock's Heating & Air-Conditioning, Inc.


A company that offers customers the


utmost in integrity, technology, and experience


By OBIE CRAI4N
Special Projects Writer

For 14 years now
Alexander Pollock (familiarly
known as Alex) and his com-
petent crew of dedicated heat-
ing and air-conditioning tech-
nicians have been sleadilN cus-"
tomizing the comfort levels of
an impressive, ever increasing
customer base that's now some
12,000 strong.
With that kind of an
accomplishment, it's easy to
understand why Pollock's
Heating & Air-Conditioning ,
Inc. continues to enjoy a repu-,
tation %which portrays it as one
of the area's most successful,
and well respected mechanical
contracting businesses.
But as anyone must under-
stand, this kind of attainment
doesn't just happen. It's the
result of a cultivated, service
relationship with customers
that includes not only knowl-
edge and expertise in the
industry, but integrity and
commitment in the field.
Alex made his business
commitment long before he
retired from the U. S. NavN in
1994. Realizing the potential
that the Northxwest Florida area
offered in terms of future
growth, expansion, and devel-
opment, he decided it \\as the
right time and the right place,
and in 1992 opened his busi-
ness in Milton even before
retiring at NAS Whiting Field..
The rest. essentially, is a
success story that he can look
back on with considerable
pride and self-accomplish-
ment. By 1994. the business
%\as rapidly growing; and b\
1996 Ale\ had the pleasure of
ha\ ing his w ife.Angie. join his
staff as Chief Financial Officer.
It is Angie w\ho is responsible
for much of the technological
advancements. including the,
preparation. of appropriate
computer programs, that the
company\ uses in its day to day
operation's.
"There are a number of -
th;nfigs that ill contribute to a
businesses' success." Alex
commented, "but ti. o stand ouat
a little more prominently than
the rest. The tirst is being on
time. and the second is doing'


what \ou say you v til do, or
providing the service that 3ou
commit to furnishing." Too
many times, he said, these
traits are treated too casually
by a lot of companies and
cause customers to lose confi-
dence in them as ser ice
providers.
"We'"e always been care-
ful to respect these two princi-
ples, and I believe it shows up
in our loyal customer base." he
said.
Then in 1998 as the busi-
ness continued to grow. Christy
Welch. Alex's oldest daughter.
joined the Pollock team. That
\\as also the year that long-
range planning resulted in the
beginning of construction of
the company's new home at
4164 Ward Basin Road. a proj-
ect that was completed in 2000.
The six and a half acres of well
landscaped property include
attractive and functional offices
and warehouses that will ade-
quately serve the company for
many years to come.
But heating and air-condi-
tioning, as a stand-alone indus-
try, needed another element to
make it really self-sufficient.
and as a result of further
research and development.
Alex introduced his capacity as
an electrical contractor.
Heating and air-conditioning
are closely related to the elec-
trical field, and with the addi-
tion of the new division, the
company not only grew in
scope and intensity. but devel-
oped the capacity to grow even
more broader in range.
Alex says his company is
extremely proud of its electri-
cal division headed by Tom
Joachimi. a gentleman of con-
siderable accomplishment and
talent himself. "Tom comes
\with some of the highest cre-
dentials in the industry, includ-
ing his academic pursuits,'"
Alex said. "He teaches the
journeyman and master's elec-
Strical courses at Pensacola
Junior College and is consid-
ered an expert in his field. We
are very happy to have him
bead our electrical di\ ision and
feel confident in relying on his
judgement."
Not only does the electrical
division offer power poles and


SOME OF THE TEAM MEMBERS THAT GET IT DONEI-Alex Pollack, who says you're often judged by the company you keep, is very proud
of all the people who staff Pollack's Heating & Air-Conditioning, Inc. Some of those, whom you will meet or talk with when you visit or call,
include (left to right) Owner Alexander (Alex) Pollock; Chief Financial Officer Angie Pollock with Mascot, Gracie; Administrative Assistant
Anne Marie Moore; and Electrical Department Supervisor Tom loachimi. (Photo by Obie Crain.)


ser% ice changes. its technicians
perform expert service on gen-
erators, in-home, commercial.
and mobile. It's one of the
most popular places in the area
to have the generators on
heavy recreational vehicless
inspected and repaired. The
company invites inquiries and
will be happy to provide free
and detailed estimates.
The company. will also be
happy to offer a free estimate
on a new central AC'Heating
system. Pollock's Heating &
Air-Condirioning is a compre-
hensive, one-stop destination'
for sales, service, installation,
and repairs, and financing is
a. ,ailable '
Pollock Heating & Air-
. Conditioning, Inc. also offers a
Pre\entative Maintenance.
Agreement which will guaran-
tee that your HVAC system
\ ill receive regular inspections
to keep it running at its opti-
mum level of performance.


before seasonal changes cause
added stress.
Your heating and cooling
systems are important invest-
ments you depend on for a
smoothly\ running unit to pro-
Oide comfort and security\ for
. your family. That's Mwh\ a
scheduled preventative mainte-
nance from Pollock's Heating
& Air-Conditionine. Inc. can
gi\e Nou peace of mind and
sa\e ou' money in the long
run! Here's what prexentaite
maintenance does:

Protects against breakdown\ ns
by correcting minor problems
before the\ grow. into costly
emergencies
Prolongs equipment life
by preventing excess wear.
Minimizes operating
expenses b) keeping your s.s-
tem operating at peak efficien-
cy.
Provides proper factory
recommended care.


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Assures priority service
attention' in the event of an
emergency need.
Alex sa-Ns that integrity of
the most intense magnitude is
part of every functp.n that his
company undertakes. For
instance, if sour air condition-
er is aged and its capacity to
continue operation is question-
able, his technicians will tell
you so rather than make repairs
that w ill do little to prolong its
longe\vit\.
Sert ice calls are a special-
it. but they make house calls
for window air-conditioning
units on a case b\ case assess-
ment, preferring that the cus-
tomer bring their eindov. units
in 'for repairs.
It would be %irtually
impossible to outline all the
services which Pollock's
Heating & Air-Conditioning.
Inc. performs in both the air-
conditioning and electrical
fields If there are inquiries you
: would like to make. feel free to
contact them at 626-5555. If
you prefer to visit, they recom-
Smend that you call ahead to,


assure that a technician w\ho is
know% ledgeable about Nour par-
ticular problem is a% ailable.
There's plenrt of parking
available on the attractively
landscaped property at 4164
Ward Basin Road just a hop.
skip. and jump south of the
Ward Basin Interstate 10
Exchange i. and the office en% i-
ronment is second to none The
staff is not onl\ kno\wledge-
able, but friendly and acconm-
modating, and you \will be w\el-
corned x ith the respect you
deserve.
You %\ill most likely meet,
Administrative Assistant Anne
Marie Moore, or Executi\es
Angle Polio.k and Christi
Welch if you \isit. E\en Alex
himself ma) be in from the
: field that da!
. Office hours are 8 a.m. to 5
' p.m. Monday through Friday,
but you may call on a 24-hour
basis. After 9 p.m.. ho\ex\er.
\our call % ill be transferred to
the next da 's activities.
The\ insist the\ v, ill
impress \ou. Give them a call
and see for Nourself!


Sacred Heart Hospital is the
first healthcare facility in the
region to offer the first knee
replacement implant designed
specifically for a .woman's,
anatomy:
Dr. Joseph Dennie, a board-
certified orthopedic surgeon
and chatr of the orthopedics
department at Sacred Heart,
performed the first gender-spe-
cific knee replacement proce-
dure on Aug. 7 on a 66-year-
old woman at Sacred Heart's
Total Joint Replacement
Center.
"This new joint implant is
based on extensive biomedical
research that .shows that there
is a substantial difference
between male and female
joints," said Dennie. "Over 60
percent of total knee replace-
ment candidates are female
andthis new knee is designed
specifically with a woman's
anatomy'in mind."
By taking into account the
natural curvature of the female
knee' and how it moves, the
Zimmer Gender SolutionsTM
High-Flex Knee is able to
more closely mimic the move-
ments of a female knee com-
pared with traditional knee
implants. The special shape
will provide more motion bet-
ter and better knee' replace-
ment outcomes for women.
Unlike other knee implants
marketed for women, the
Zimmer Gender SolutionsTM
High-Flex Knee is designed
for a woman's anatomy, rather
than taking a male implant and
making the size smaller.
Traditional knee implants
are based on the average size
of women's and men's knees
by measuring the end of the
thighbone. Because of the dif-


ference in the "way men and
w omen's knees work. orthope-
dics surgeons frequently make
adjustments during surgery to
make traditional implants fit a
\roman's anatomy.
Compared to their male
counterparts.\ women's knees
are narrower overall and thin-
ner to the front. Women's
pelvises are also wider, which
causes their krfeecaps to move
at a different angle. An implant
that is too wide can cause the
implant to hang 'over the bone
and potentially press on or
damage surrounding ligaments
and tendons, which .could
cause pain. Traditional
implants. can also feel bulky in
women and ,may cause a
.woman's knee to feel abnormal
as it moves.
The tiew, implant wxas
designed by. calculating the
average size of o\er 800
female knees.' It is narrower
from side to side, is thinner in
the front to prevent bulkiness,
and the front grove has been
redesigned to provide optimal
tracking.
No special instruments are
needed to install the gender-
specific knee implants, and
they can be inserted using a
minimally invasive procedure.


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Bagdad Community Center Dedication
The Bagdad community Center Dedication and
Ribbon Cutting will be held at the new Bagdad
Community Center, located in the Bagdad Recreation
Park on the comer of School and Pooley Streets at
9:00 a.m., Saturday, August 26 ,'2006. A complimenta-
ry biscuit and sawmill gravy breakfast will be served
immediately following the dedication. Everyone ,is
invited to attend.


MULTI-FAMILY-
GARAGE SALE
Saturday August 19
8am-until. A lot of
stuff for babies, Rids
and general house-
hold items. 5761
Hermitage Circle
Milton
MOVING SALE
(Pace)
Livingroom/bedroom
furniture, queensize
bed, BBQ grill, bike,
wall clocks and
much more. Fri-Sun.
18th, 20th 9am-
2pm. 5037 Faircloth
St. 995-0787 '


STOCK REDUC-
TION Sale.
15% off any price
tag with initials A.C.
Where? At Raggedy
Heart next to Pea
.Ridge Flea Market.
When? Now through
August 31st. Large
selection items. Col-
lectables,crafts, etc.
YARD SALE
5462 Pine Barron
Road
Friday August 18th
Saturday August
19th
From 7am to Noon
Off Anderson Lane


GARAGE SALE
Multi-household, fur-
niture, appliances,
carpet remnants ba-
by clothes & toys,
' tools, antiques,
glassware, books,
Clearance Items.
Friday 8/18 and Sat
8/19 6am to 2pm.
6092 Cedar Tree
Drive. Milton.
GARAGE SALE
Friday August 18th
Saturday August
19th
7am-until
7366 Copter Lane,
Eagles Crest Es-
tates near Whiting
Field


RESCHEDULED
MULTI-FAMILY
YARD SALE Friday
& Saturday August.
18th & 19th 7:30am
until 2pm. Old jew-
elry and teapot col-
lection,small appli-
ances and much
more. 6400 DeLisa
Road, near landfill.
YARD SALE
Aug. 18th & 19th,
Friday & Saturday.
4308 Ward Basin
Rd. Lots of clothes,
shoes in all sizes,
$0.25 $5, dishes,
-pots/pans and a lot
more.


MOVING SALE
Sat. August 19th
7am to 12pm
6035 Queen Street
(George Town
Estate)
Formal Dining Room
China Cabinet
Glass Dinning Table
& Four Chairs, Liv-
ing Room, Bedroom,
Flower Arrainge-
ments, etc.


As seen
,. rF r


YARD SALES,







Wednesday August 18. 200lB


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Homecoming revival


at Bible Wa
Bible Way Baptist Church
invites you to join in the
Homecoming Revival Bible
Way Baptist. Church Pastor
Jerry Walker, Pastor of Oak
Level Baptist Church in
Stokesdale NC, pret ious Pastor
of Stewart, Street Baptist and
West Florida Baptist Church in.
Milton will be the key note
speaker and will answer the age
old question, "What must I do
to be saved?" Plan on attending-
and bring a friend. Hear a God-


centered message preached'
from the King James Bible.
Dates and times are:
Friday, August 25th &
Saturday, August 26th at 7:00
p.m. There will be services on
Sunday, August 27th 10:30
a.m. and 6:00 p.m. at Bible
Way Baptist Church. It is locat-.
ed at 5976 Dogwood Drive. in
Milton:
If' you have any questions
please call 981-0560.


Attention Churches!!
Do you have a special event coming tip that
you would like to announce to the community?
Are you having a Gospel sing, Revival meeting,
Bible Conference, Festival, or maybe a special
guest coming to your church'? Articles are free;
there is no charge for placing them on the
Kornerstone page. This page comes out every
Wednesday. Submissions must be in no later than
Friday at 3 p.m. previous to-the Wednesday
edition. Photos are welcome. You may drop
them by at the office located at
6629 Elva Street; or fax articles to us at
(850) 623-2007, or email them to
church@sr-pg.com.


SHappiness ke

Sorrows keep^Yt..
r _.- _- '*, *; *' --. e i-
Failures keep xi4
Success keeps: Y,
But Only God keeps


Rushmeyer graduates from Lackland AFB


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Air Force Airman Bryan A.
Rushmeyer has graduated from
basic military training at
Lackland Air Force Base, San
Antonio, Texas.
During the six weeks of
training, the airman studied the


Air Force mission, organiza-
tion, and rmlitarN customs and
courtesies; performed drill and
ceremony. marches, and
received phNysical training, rifle
marksmanship, field training
exercises, and special training
in human relations. .-
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training earn
credits toward an associate
degree through the Community
College of the Air Force.
Rushmeyer is the son of
Henry Rushme)er of Hazel:
Grove Court, Navarre, FL.
The airman is a 2005 grad-
uate of Navarre High School.


Premo deployed for support in Iraqi Freedom


Air Force Airman Ist Class
Christopher R. Premo is cur-
rentlN deployed overseas at a
forward-operating location in
support of Operation Iraqi
Freedom.
Operation Iraqi Freedom is
the official name given to mili-
tars operations inuol ing mem-
bers of the U.S. armed forces
and coalition forces participat-
ing in efforts to free and secure
Iraq. Mission objectives focus
on force protection, peacekeep-
ing. stabilization, security and
counter-insurgency operations
as the Iraqi transitional govern-
ing bodies assume full sover-
eign powers to govern the peo-
ples of Iraq.
Members from all branch-
es of the U.S. militarN and
multinational forces are also
assisting in rebuilding Iraq's


economic and governmental
infrastructure, and training and
preparing Iraqi military% and
security forces to assume full
authority and responsibility in
defending and preserN ing Iraq's
sovereignty. and independence
as a democracy .
Premo is a tactical air con-
trol journeN man regularly
assigned to the 10th Air Support
Operations Squadron. Fort
RileN. Junction Cirt. KS.
He is the son of Terry and
Patty Premo of E. Locust St..
Duluth, MN.
His %%ife. Katherine. is the
daughter of Garn H. and Ginger
A. Laughlin of Bayou Drive.
Nat arre.-FL.
The airman is'a 2003 grad-
uate of Central High School.
Duluth, NIN.


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I Ask the Preacher
...a ieeklh colurnn answering \our ques-
tions i ith Biblical answers about lile.

Dear Pastor Gallups. "Are there any specific prophecies in
the Bible that speak to current Middle Eastern events?" S.T. -
Milton
There are startling prophecies in the book of Zechariah
(written about 2500 y ears ago and at a time when Israel was not
a'nation anymore) that speak of Israel coming back to the land,
being surrounded and attacked by' enemies on every side. It
goes on to speak of "Lebanon. Tvre. Sidon, Gaza and Damascus
being leveled and destroyed and set on "-fire"."
The prophecies speak of Gaza losing her king during this
time (remember the recent death of Yasir Arafat?) They speak
of TN re losing'her seaport strength and her "fortresses" being
destroyed. Tyre has recently lost its seaport because of Israel's
attacks and that area is called by Israel the Katusha rocket
"'stronghold." Israel is in the process at this very moment of
destroying the "fortress" of Tyfte
All of these prophecies in Zechariah speak of these things
as happening just before the return of the Lord.
There are many other such prophecies in the Old Testament
and even in the New Testament that speak of exacting events
that would happen in the "last days" just before the rapture of
the church and the return of the Lord. Many Bible teachers,
m) self included, believe that most of these prophecies speak to
our da\ and events being acted out daily before our eyes as we
watch on our tele' vision sets.
Even if I am wrong about this, I know that I am not wrong
that all of us %\ ill one day return to and answer to the Lord God,
our Creator. as to %what we did with the claims of His Son, Jesus
Christ upon our lies. I know that \ears ago. I surrendered my
life to those claims and received Jesus Christ as my Lord and
Sa\ ior. I know\ that no matter how the \world's events unfold. I
belong to Jesus! I pray that is true of every one reading this arti-
cle. I really do believe that time is quickly running out to make
this commitment of one's life.


Little things affect little minds.
Ephesians 4:14


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August 16, 2006

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Building homes for those who need them

TI he dreamrn of owning a new home, espe-
cially for families with limited financial
r s resourcess in Santa Rosa Countm contin-
ues to come true-thanks to the efforts of Pensacola
Habitat for Humanitm, Inc.
Since the organization %%as founded in 1981..
465 homes have been built-many of those in Santa
Rosa Counti. More than 2,000 people have been
housed in Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties.
In the past, the organization has been increasing
the number of Habitat homes here by holding infor-
mational meetings for those who are interested in
applying to become homeowners. say Pensacola
Habitat for Humanity spokesmen.
"We are excited about providing local families -
in Santa Rosa Countm %ith a chance to own a I n
home." note officials. "Manm families are earning
,minimum wage and would otherwise be unable to
o\% n their ow\n hoine.
Pensacola Habitat builds homes for lo\v and
vert low-income families in the two-county area.
The organization is working to end substandard
housing by building affordable homes for those in
need.
In order to be considered for a Habitat home, a
fainll, must attend an informational meeting and
meet three basic criteria. These criteria are the need
for decent housing. \,illingrness to partner with M
Habitat b\ providing "'sweat equity". and the abili-
t\ to repa\ a no-interest mortgage. "S\\eat equity"
is the term used by Habitat for performnning labor on
their own homes and the homes of other partner
families.
'For information or ithe Habitat program. call
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do so-through hard work and dedica-
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T egc1 Notices


Wednesday August 16, 2006 8


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Clerk of said Court and the
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- S thereof, this 20th day of
CUIT, IN AND FOR SANTA July, 200.
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
JUVENILE DIVISION CLERK OF COURT'
CASE NUMBER 0-DP-9 SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
S FLORIDA
IN THE INTEREST OF: CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By. M.MA Smith
D.M. 08/27/1997 Deputy Clerk
J.M. 11/28/1998 1
MINOR CHILDREN 080206
080906
TO: John Mabe, Natural 081606
.', Father .. 082306
mkaa86603yMatthew Lae M12
Magnolia, TX 77354
STATE OF FLORIDA
Natural Father ofat D.M. and J. DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRON-
M., minor children MENTAL PROTECTION
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- .
FIED that a Petition under The Department announces
oath has been filed In the receipt of an application for
above styled Court for the permit from Whisper Creek,
termination of parental LLC, File No. 57-0255307-006-
righta of D.M., a male child DF, to impact 3.039 acres of
born on the 27th day of wetlands for a residential sub-
August, 1997, In Harris division. This proposed project
County, Texas, by the will be -located. north of
Department of Children and Berryhill Road in Pace, Santa
Family Services, for subse- Rosa County, Florida, Class III
quent adoption, and you are Waters of the State, Section(s)
hereby commanded to be 26, Township 02 North, Range
and appear before the 29 West. Latitude:
Honorable Marcl L. :0a39'11 31 N,Longiiudae
Goodman, Judge of the 67.071 i 7'W
Circuit Court In and for
Santa Rosa County, Florida, Tr.: applcal.on .: bea.ng
at the Santa Rosa County pro,:,iea and I: a'.aleabie 1ir
Courthouse, 6865 Caroline put.c ,n-pecion during, n.or.
Street, Milton, FL 32570, on mral Du.neaa nour 600 a rr
the 81at day of Auguat, 2006 lo 500 pm Monday Inrough
at 9:00 a.m. You must either Filady eaxcepi legal noidays ai
appear on the date and at Inme lonrhesl Distriic office ai
the time apeclfled or send a 160 Goernmenial Center.
written response to the Pen-acola Floridla 32502
Court prior to that time.
080906
YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR 081606
OR RESPOND SHALL BE S36
TREATED AS A CONSENT
TO TERMINATION OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
PARENTAL RIGHTS AND AND FOR SANTA ROSA
YOU SHALL PERMANENTLY COUNTY, FLORIDA
LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS Case No. 06-649-CA
AS A PARENTTOTHE CHILD
NAMED IN THE PETITION IN RE Tne Forlaeiure 01
FOR TERMINATION OF
PARENTAL RIGHTS. 1996 Jeep Grand Cnerokee
Limited
WITNESS my hand as the VIN 1lJ4FX78S6TC342369


D.-.rENDANT/CLAIMANT:
JENNIFER WHITTAKER.
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE
PROCEEDING
TO: Jennifer Wr.,nakler 6756
Music Lane,' Pace, Florida
32571 and all persons, who
claim ar. inrlie i ir, a 1996
Jeep Grand Creroee LimIrTed
VINa I J4FX 6S6TC34?2389
wnich *as eized on or atCui
May 16 2006 Irom 6756 Music
Lane Pace. Florida 32571.
Said propary 13 in Ine Cuslody
of the Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Office in Santa Rosa
County, Florida, and a
Cormpiaini Tor Final .iJudgmn' t
ol Forilure. perarirtna Irieralo.
bhas been filed in the above
styled cause.
Dated this 30th day of June
2006.
Laura .1 |
ALLEN W LiNDi-" JR
Fiorlia Bar fj.:. 1014956
LAURA .IOfVIER rN'E
Florida Bar tjo 4"236 .
Linrsay, Andre:s & Leonard
PA *
,16 i Willing SEreal
MIlnor. Fionaa :25"70
8650, 6.'3.3200
Ansornr..s fo.r Plainnnl
08609,06
081609-

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DMSION
Case Number 2005-CP-
0003867
DMalon "B"
IN RE Eaiaie 01
Huion, Eiwood C.zaen
De esa ;ed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The adminirsrallon o Ina
Estate or HuSTON ELWOOD


COZART, Deceased, -File
Number 2005-CP-000367,
Division "B", Is pending in the
Circuit Court for Santa Rosa
County, Florida, Probate.
Division, the address of which
-is Santa Rosa County.
Courthouse, 6865 S.W.
Caroline Street, Milton, Florida.
32570. The names and
addresses of the Personal
Representative and the
Personal Representative's
anorne are set onh oalow
All Creditors 1 i he oacedenirl
and otrar person: having
clam-s or demands agairnl
decedent's estate, including
unmatured c.:r.l.ngenl or
unliquidated clalmr or, r.omrr
a c-:pvy of ris nocC,5 I : erea
nmust i I in t ir claims wir. this.
Cou.l WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COP,' OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM
All C1lher Crerdllorsa 0 ir. de .
eni and per onr n. r.ng
.ilaia or demand again` l Irli
de,,; raenrt 5 E iaale ,-r.iuding
nJrmaiured corin.lner.i r
uniquidaile clam m u-ri l'ie
iraer claim llr, ir .: : 3url
WITHINj 3 M.IOITHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED
Tnre ale ol Ihe tirsi publilcallr.,
I irs f lolice i- Augu. t 9,.
2006c
ATTORNEYS FOR PERSON-
'AL REPRESENTATIVE:
,.2 Ri:hrard N Sr.errill
RICHARD N SHERILL
FLORIDA BaR NUr.BER
172612
CLAiRK PARTiIjGTOIN HART
LARRY' BOND & STACK.
HCOUS9
Suile 800 1i24 WalI Romano
Foli On.ce Dra.,-er 131 10
Per,-:acola Florida 3eS91
301')
Telephone 68541 434-9200


PERSONAL REPRESENTA-
TIVE:
/s/ Huston Anthony Cozart
3775 Greenwood Road
Jay, Florida 32565
080906-
081606

THE SHORES OF SANTA
ROSA COMMUNITY DEVEL-
OPMENT" DISTRICT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEAR-
RELATING TO ANNUAL
OPERATIONS AND MAINTE-
NANCE BUDGET
FOR FISCAL YEAR
200/2o007
Notice is hereby giyehn that the
Board of Supervisors of 'the
Shores of Santa' R6sa
Community Development-
District ("the District") will hold
a public hearing on Friday,
August 25, 2006, .at the
NJavarre L.Drary To.aile.l ol
?J.iJ Jamei" Harll Road
Navarrn Fiorih.E 3:- 66 Tr.e,
put.bi.: n arir.g aIIt commence,
ai 10 i00u am .r ralale ic.
ia" ynr, a r c-ad valeorem
assessment for maintenance.
CC-oS. andr dCI ser.ICe CC'.Im
*lir,,.n tr Sncres .,1 Sarnia
Ro.,a CommurniTy
ODaaiopmTrent DiarrcI and ime
annual oparailons and mainil-
nance budge l T. me Snores of
Sania Rosea Communily
Deaelopr.ent DistricI lor me
fiscal year ending September
30 2007 The Districit ill
lund The operallon and malnie.
nance DUdgel Ihrough the col
election ol lees and ae seas
menis as ider1ti1led in rhea
cudgel A Ire public hearing
]hA Board Ehalli nar all cb|c-
lion: and commer.ia 1i ince
ale.ing 0:.l a nronao .alorem
ase.amTer,. ana1 uagel as
prop.c.,-d ana may make such
crangec a- Ir.e Board dam:
ne.:C:.ar., AT Ihe corn.:iuicn
ol irThe uOgei hearing. in,
Board nrall by rec.iulionr
approve iyrVing a non-ad ,al1
orem aa:--asment and adopl
ime Oudgei as I.nally approved


by the Board. A copy of the
proposed budget may be
obtained at the District's regis-
tered office located at Rizzetta
& Company, Inc., 3434 Colwell
Avenue, Suite 200, Tampa,
Florida 3361d. .
Immediately following the
Public Hearing there willbe a
meeting, of the Board of
Supervisorors 0 inre Shore 01of
Santa Rosa Communlly
Development Dsi.nri1 10 on-
sider certain orgarnizallonal
mailers related t10 me DcIsiriC
to10 consider mie srcas arna
c.:,ililei 10o e pro.,dr,'d y [ne
DistricI ard ina financial plan-
r,irg 1,fr same and ar.; crier
business which may properly
come before it. ,
This meeting is open'to the
public and will be conducted in'
accordance with the provisions
of Florida law for Community
Development Districts.
TIrare ma, c-eI ,:: : ,on, nen
one or iTrne Super.i.ars will
participate Dy leleprdonr AlI
Itre aCve loCallor. in.re ill be'
present a speaker, telephone .
so that any Interested person
c.arn anlenrd tin mel.ng at inc.
ar.obe loCalorn ard be full,
Informed o min ,als.ui-i.:1ionf.
iaI'ing place aiiner in p rs .3r, or
0t. leaiepnone conmmunic: a3lcn
Pursuant to provisions of ine
Americana wllh DisaDilities
Ad any person requiring spe-
clal aiccmmodaonto 10 partic-
Ipale in Ishi neanrg 12 asked to
contaci Iris Dimrici H01e at
18131 933-55"'. at least 48
nours' before me hearing It
you are nearing or apeecn
impalied, please Cb oniaci Ir.
Florida Relay Seru,,e at 1
1800i 955'8770 l-r 3. inr, corn-
lactlr.g ir.e Diir.:i Oh.ce
A peiac.r. Aho decIdca 10o
appeal any daec,'iln meoa et
Ihe Board with rea-cl. I. any
matter .:orn.idered a31 ie
Hearing or meling i; a'dvlSd
that perlor onil need a record
Cl Ine proceeolnga and that


accordingly, the person may
need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is
made, including the testimony'
and evidence,upon which the
appeal is to be based,
Pale WillIams
District Manager
080906
081606

NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S
SALE.
NOTICE i, rereby) givr. Incna
p.urusrIn t10 WRIT OF EXECU-
TIONii ,u-ed Ir. Circull Coun Iof
SCria Rori Counr., Florid.a
.:.r, Ina lr. day O Ma'rcr,
2005 in ire .:aus, eh erin Ecb
"ride Momern:,' er z
A-:oc:aison Inc wva. plair.inll
and M,,lhael Ackeamnan as
crlAr.an3l. being Ca No 0 ".13
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Inleril :. 1 ie aeelindar.i
M i.:rall AOi',rman ir. In ar, I
in-S I.:iiu..-r..r de3ci''a reI 1
property, to wit:
DESCRIPTION OF PROPER-
TY
COr.lMlENCE AT THE E:IST.
I0CG CC, ,SRETE RIGHT.,OF.
Wj,' M.RFER AT THE POinT
OF jIrTERSECTIOrI OF A l
EXTErNSIOrl OF THE EAST
RIGHT.OF-WAY LINE OF
COLLEGE PARKWAY '10'
R WI WITIl THE NORTH
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF
CORAL STRIP PARKWAY
l1i0'' R'WI THErICE Ruli
SOUTH 67 DEGREES 74
FEET WREST ALONG THE
NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY OF
CORAL STRIP PARKWVAY
FOR 41i380 FEET TO THE
POcIjT OF BEGINIJIIJG
THENCE CONTIljuE SOUTH
67 DEGREES '4 FEET WEST
ALONG SAID lORTH RIGHT.
OF.WAe FOR .2 20 FEET
THEINCE RUN NORTH -"2
DEGREES 36 FEET WEST


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Smith & Hall to wed


Carmen Smith and Jac6b Hall
of Os\\ego Lake. Oregon will"
wed September 3. 2006 in the
Chinese Gardens in Portland,
QR.
Carmen. daughter of Mr. &
Mrs. Bob Smith of Ventura,
CA. graduated from Buena


Vista High School and
Willamette University. Salem.,
OR. She is a Test Development
Support Lead for Northwest
E\aluation Assoc of Portland.
Jacob., son of Mr. & Mrs. (nee
Susan Poor) John NM. Hall.
McCall, ID, graduated from


McCall-Donnelly High School
and Willamette University. He
is a software developer for
Web-MND.com of Portland.
Jacob is the grandson of Doris
NM. KngrN of Milton. FL.
The couple will live in Oswego
Lake, OR.


Pilot Club Back To School!
The school clothes closet is one of the many services Pilot Club does for Milton. Each year at the
beginning of school. clothes aare delivered to six elementary schools for children that may need a
change.


Fishers to celebrate 60th Anniversary
F.M. (Bubba. and Mildred Fisher celebrated their 60th Wedding Anniversary on Wednesday. Jul\
/26. 2006.
Mr. Fisher retired as the Santa Rosa County Property Appraiser. Mrs. Fisher is a homemaker.
They are the parents of F.M. (Dusty i Fisher of Pensacola. FL, and the late Craig Fisher. They have
3 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren.


at Berryhill Elementary received the clothes from'Shirley Coffman.


Molly-Jane McEIrog
Molly-Jane McElroy was born at Sacred Heart Hospital on Tuesday, July 18, 2006, weighing 6 lbs 9
ozs. and was 18 ins. long. She is the daughter of John & Jody McElroy, of Pace. She has two older
brothers- Mitchell, 5 and Maguire, 3.


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,Shirley presents clothes to Rick Hunsucker, Principla and Dana Smith, Assistant Principal at
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Prints, like people, have different sides to their personalities, and a print's
scale can reflect how you're feeling on a given day, whether it's sporty, ladylike,
preppy, or punk. Let this cheat sheet be our guide.


HORIZONTAL
STRIPES
generally say...
SPORTY
Big, horizontal stripes on
sweaters, rugbys, or polo
shirts are nearly always
sporty. On a narrower
4. scale, they're nautical or
collegiate.


THIN VERTICAL
STRIPES
which say...
TAILORED
Pinstripes on dark fabric,
which first appeared on
men's business suits, are
about as sophisticated as
you can get. Now, they
pop up on just about
anything and always look
timeless. Striped oxfords
and seersucker, a sum-
mer-weight cotton with a
slightly rough texture, are
also thin-striped classics.


-TRADITIONAL PLAIDS
say.,,
PREPPY OR PUNKY
"Trad plaids are a school
uniform staple that can
also be a little bit radical.
Punk-rock pioneers in
London ripped apart
traditional plaids and
pieced them back
together with safety pins
as a sign of rebellion.


SMALL PLAIDS,
which say... COUNTRY
Western shirts make
good use of plaids, and
have a timeless quality
that can look good on
anyone, regardless of
their style (but they look
especially dashing on
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Gridiron turns on


Pace tW start volyb.A
youth league Ag. 19
Pace High %\ill conduct its
first volleyball Nouth program
for grades six through eight.
The games will begin at 8
a.m. on Saturdays from Aug 19
to Oct. 14.
Registration is $45 per
player and includes a T-shirt.
You can register your child
at the Pace Gym from 6 p.m. to
7 p.m. on Aug. 17. 5 p.m. to 6
p.m. on Aug. 18, and 7 a.m. to 8
a.m. on Aug. 19.
The purpose of this league
is to introduce volleyball and
build team concepts. For more
information call 748-6006.
Youth bwn.g party at
Avalon Lanes Aug. 19
The Avalon Youth Bolxwers
w ill be sponsoring a free bowl-
ing parry for anyone interested
in joining the winter youth
bowling league on Aug. 19
from I to 3 p.m.
This party is open to all
youth between the ages of 5 to
21 with the use of bowling
balls, shoes, and snacks to be
provided.
Coaches "vill be available
to teach as %well as sign partici-
pants up for the league which
w ill get underway on Aug. 26.
For more information call
723-5121.
Panther Passes am
current on sale
Milton High School is sell-
ing Panther Passes to families
for $175. This pass is good for
the bearer and immediate family
to receive free admission to all
home games during the regular
season.
Also. reser\ e seating for the
upcoming 2006 football sea-
son is on sale for $42.
These seats are good for all
regular season "arsity, junior
varsity and freshman games.
For more information call
Milton High School at 983-
5600.
Who Cares League is
takhigsiMPsfor id
Signup for the \ho Cares
NMi\ed Bowling League at
"-Avalon Bowiline Center is
under\wa for this fall!~vkinter
season.
This is a Monday night
league for box lers 18 and older.
which gets underxway at 6:50
p.m..
Each team consists of at
least four bow lers For more
informationn call 981-1603.
Charity ktramural
bw league at Oaps
Signups for the Tuesday
Night Intramural Church
League is set for Aug 22 at
-Oops Alley.'
This is a charity-based
league with teams consisting of
four to six players. Each team is
recommended to have at least
two female bow lers. but one per
team is required.
Bo%%ling will be on
Tuesday night's and the cost is
$10 per person, plus a one time
'USBC Card fee of $16.
For more information call
'623-6807 or 501-4541.
Gospel Projects set

Registration for the Gospel
Projects soccer program con-
tinues through Aug. 19.
S This fall soccer league is
for ages four through 12.
Cost is $75 per player and
discounts are being offered to
Families with multiple players
registered.
S Registration is being taken
at the Santa Rosa Christian
School on Chesnutt Drive or
you can call 623-4671.
For more information con-
tact Todd Brairierd at 623-4671.


hosted by Gulf Breeze High School. (Below) Tamara Lewis is seen attempting a back set during their match against Milton on Saturday where
the Lady Royals came back from a 14-1 defecit to win 27-25.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Caught t''up, in
'3- --:t '" '
a season s net-,
aseasonsn et

LJ Jamboree showcases promising

volleyball season for area teams y2-7-5;


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Edito
Volleyball season got
underway Saturday with a pre-
season tournament that featured
Milton.Pace. and Jay.
Pace, \ho
- as bumped
from the after-
noon session to
;he morning
session, face
off against
Pensacola
Catholic and
Ft. Walton
Beach, while Milton and Jay
not only played each other to a
three game match, but also,
faced off against the host Lady
Dolphins of Gulf Breeze.
And the, Milton-Jay battle
left those v.ho tiaeled to Gulf
Breeze anticipating Monday's
match as both teams faced off
again to open the regular sea-
son, but the final score was not


available at press time.
Milton took the match in
three game by the score of 24-7,'
25-27, and 16-14.
After the match Milton's
second year head coach Lori
Erickson was pleased with the
overall results.
"I am pretty happy with
how things went,". said
Erickson, whose team dropped
two straight games to Gulf
Breeze. "Today we tried a lot of
different lineups."
Those lineup changes were
very evident in the second
game against Jay were the Lady
Panthers jumped out to a big
14-1 lead before Jay battled
back to win 27-25.
This type of extended
match is nothing, new to the
Lady Royals, who also took
Gulf Breeze to three games in
their match against the Lady
Dolphins.
See, VOLLEYBALL, Pg. 4B


Friday


OPatriots are home, while

Panthers and Royals travel
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B. BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
Friday is going to offer a
pleasant change to football
coaches and their teams in
Santa Rosa County.
They will have the opportu-
nity to strap their helmets on
and hit someone in a different
color uniform.
The Milton Panthers %will be
on the road Friday as the\ tra\ -
el to face non-district ri\al
Choctawhatchee High Indians
in Ft. Walton Beach at 7:00
p.m., while Jay "ill head east
on Highway 4 to face long time
foe Baker at 7:30 p.m.
In Santa Rosa Countr the
Pace Patriots \\ ill lack off 2006
by hosting the Na\arre Raiders
at 7:00 p.m.
The big key for all three
team is getting some game
experience and critical time
under the bright lights in a
game time situation.
"This ill be a chance for


us to see where we are." said
Pace head coach Nlickey
Lindse\. "It will be the first
time \we have gotten to play
under the lights in a game situ-
ation."
For Milton. Pace's in-coun-
ty district rival, the classic
game will pro\ ide everyone an
opportunity show the Panther
coaching staff just \what they
can do.
"We are going to approach
the kickoff classic as a practice
situation, but the team across
from us \\ill be in different uni-
forms." said Milton's head
coach Mike McMillion. "We
are going to take a look at as
many people as %\e can and get
them a look under the lights in a
competitme situation."
For Jay the\ are looking at
Friday as a way to continue the
roll their program ended 2005
on
"By winning the last came
See, FOOTBALL. Pe. 4B


Blocking drills are getting very heated as the Royals are looking forward to -riday's KICKOFT game against
arch-rival Baker. The Royals defeated Baker 32-10 to close out the 2005 season on a positive note.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


East Milton Youth
Football League sending out a
big call for aspiring football
players between the ages of
five and 10 years of age.
EMYA is still in desperate
need of young players as its
upcoming season approaches.
The need is very impor-
tant for teams that cover ages
five to 10.
East Milton Football offi-
ctals are also offering a five-
dollar discount to anyone who
brings this announcement in
or mentions it at the time of
registration.
Registration itself has
been extended yet again and
will be held Aug. 16. 17, 18,
and 21st from 4:30 p.m. to
6:30 p.m. at the East Milton
Park. ..J. ..
According to Tina Bailey,
with the East Milton Youth
Association, e have some
of the most dedicated coaches
that are willing to take that
special time to teach the
young children the fundamen-
tals of the sport.
"We are small but a
steadily growing group with a
beautiful park."
For additional informa-
tion or special arrangements
to register you can contact
EMYA Football Director
Barry Diamond at 626-8265
or e-mail him at barry_dia-
mond@bellsouth.net.
On Saturday Aug. 26, East
Milton will be hosting an
Emerald Coast Ledgue youth
football jamboree.:
Featured in this jamboree
besides teams from" East
Milton will be squads fron#
Brent, Northeast Pensacola',
and the Boy's and Girl's Club
of Pensacola.
Action will kick off at 11
a.m. and the last game is
scheduled to get underway at
7:30 p.m. Saturday night.
At press time there was' n6
information on ticket prices.,!
Story written by
Bill Gamblin. Reach.'him
at sporisa'srpressgazette.com


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t GPAC swimmers bring back hardware from Knoxville


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
Three Santa Rosa County
middle school students affiliat-
ed with the Greater Pensacola
Aquatic Club (GPAC) compete
ih a major swimming champi-
onship.


Pace's Caroline Page, 10,
and Ryan Funk, 12, along with
Milton's Raymond Burch, 12,
competed in the Southeastern
Swimming Championships
held at the University of
Tennessee Aquatic Center in
Knoxville, Tenn., back on July


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This competition featured
sivimmers from Tennessee,
Alabama and northwest
Florida.
Page finished first in five of
her six events and earned top
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Funk, who attends Simms
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attends Hobbs Middle School,
used their performances to
qualify for the Southeastern
Swimming Team as they fin-
ished fourth and third respec-
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This honor earned them'the
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Championship in Atlanta,
which featured swimmers from
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Burch and Funk joined 578
swimmers as they competed
from Aug. 1 to Aug. 5 at the
Georgia Tech Aquatic Center.
Funk posted ninth place fin-
ishes in the 50-meter freestyle
and the 50-meter backstroke.
Burch finished sevenths in
the 100,-meter freestyle and
eight in the 200-meter individ-
ual medley.
Both were part of the 200-
meter freestyle relay with fin-
ished fifth overall.

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


(Above) Raymond Burch, left, and Ryan Funk are all smiles at the
Southeastern Swimming Championships held in Knoxville, Tenn.,
back on July 27-30. (B elow) Caroline Page is seen getting her award
for being the top points getter ih the Girls 9-10 Division after win-
ning five of her six events.
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By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
Futbol Club Santa Rosa is
making their preparations for
their 2006 fall recreational soc-
cer season.
Registration for the upcom-
ing season can be done online at
www.fcsantarosa.com or at its
clubhouse located at the Santa
Rosa County Soccer Complex.
Teams are being formed for
competition in six different age
divisions this season starting
with a U-6 group through U-18.
Registration at the club-
house beings on Aug. 19 from 8
a.m. till noon with another ses-
sion of on site registration
scheduled at the same time on
Aug. 26.
The Santa Rosa Soccer
Complex is located on
Chumukla Highway (197).
Fees will range from $60
for the U-6 players to $80 for
those playing in the U-12, U-
14, and U-18 age divisions.
Returning players with the
red and white reversible jerseys
and multi-children player fami-
lies will receive a discount.
Registration will be on a
first come first serve basis
according to the number of
coaches available.
A waiting list will be main-
tained until the start of the sea-
son if more players register
than there are teams available.


Futbol Club Santa Rosa is
also seeking volunteer coaches
and volunteer workers for the
upcoming season.
Those wishing to volunteer
can do so on line or by stopping
by the clubhouse.
If you have any questions
concerning soccer registration
or volunteering you can contact
Art Czerwien, vice-president of
recreation at 994-8510.

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


Wednesday, August 16, 2006


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Jay's Jessie Johnson is the only returning All-State honoree in Santa
Rosa County this season.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Volleyball
Continued From Pag
"We are use to going
games in a match." sail
S year head coach Karen H
wvho was an assistant las
son. "We have four senio
year and some treme
leadership.
"But the ke\ for us
we have to gel."
Houser pointed out ti
Lady Roy als seem to get
a sluggish start at time
then will battle back.
"We always seem to
little sluggish in the first
and this is something th
have to work on." said H
S" hope this game will h
prepare.
S "I could tell (Saturda
Swe were \er\ excited
showed some first of th
nerves."
Once again the-
Royals ill be looking at
competitive district wit
likes of Pensacola Cht
Academy Baker, and Fre
One of the key ret
for Ja\ this season is J


e One Johnson. who was an honor-
g fi'e able mention All-State honoree
d first in Class 2A last season as a jun-
ouser. ior.
,t sea- Johnson %%as named to the
rs this All-State squad along w ith
ndous teammates Candace Gillman
(third-teami and Kane Pennell
is that i honorable mention) w ho have
graduated.
hat the Last season the Lady
off to Ro\als finished 10-8 overall
s, but after losing to Cottondale in the
2A Regional Quarterfinals.
i be a For Milton. thev Lady
game Panthers are looking at improv-
iat we ing over the eight wins the\
[ouser. had last season.
elp us "This year we have 10 sen-
iors and three new players on
y i that the team." said Erickson. "The
d and biggest thing is that most of
e Near these girls have played together
before with mn self and Coach
Lady' Da'enport in the ninth and
a very tenth grade.
th the "So with that experience I
ristian .feel that we ha'e more of a,
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Milton, who is in a district
along %with Pensacola. Pine
Forest. Gulf Breeze.
Washington, Naarre.
Escambia. \Vest Florida. and
Woodham
Central last season finished
the season at 9-11 uith their'.
three straight game loss to
Munroe (Quincy i in the Class
A Regional Quarterfinals will
be w ithouL the ser\ ices of third
team All-State outside hitter
Jill Mlasse. w\ho graduated.
The Lady Jags start their


season next week on the road
against Alethia.
Central Coach Scott
Campbell was unavailable for
comment by press time.
Also unavailable for com-
ment before press time %\as
Pace' head coach Jenny
. Condon, who is. entering her
second season at the helm. of
the Lady Patriots.
S.. ,. S ritteien b
Bill Gamnblin. Reach him
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Football
Coniinued From Page One
of the 2005 season it has made
practice this year better." said
Ja\ head coach Elijah Bell.
"And I feel that this gi\es us the
possibility of being better as a
team."
Despite an\ changes the,
teams might have made in per-
sonnel or coaches. the classic
could be a verN plain glimpse at
the teams \ou w ill see w hen the
2006 regular season gets under-
waN in just oer a week.
"We are going to be very
\anilla against Pace." said
Na'arre head coach LarrN
Olsen; whose team is abandon-
ing their misdirection based
running attack for a spread
offense. "We have put in most
of our offense over the summer.
but this week is just for us to get
some contact in a game like sit-
uiation.
"There \%ill be nothing
fanc\ for us."
For some this wv ill be their
first look at varsity action.
Pace will feature junior
quarterback Patrick Coogdn as
the starter.
"I don't kno%\ if we will use
both of our quarterbacks or
not." said Lindses. "We will
just see hot\ the rnght unfolds.
"But-Coogan is our starter
and has earned the starting job."


Coogan's backup on the
Patriots dept chart is sopho-
more Aaron MNunoz.
For Milton and Jay they
will be playing heated rivals
that are also on their- regular
season schedule.
"For us "'e get a chance to
see where we are at and' hit
someone else." said McMillion.
"I'm sure it is going to be inter-
esting since the teams are so
familiar w ith each other."
For Jay the'biggest thing
Bell and company are looking
to continue is the positive mood
and change of attitude they
hate experienced.
"I lo e it and I am looking
,forward to the season." said
Bell. "I get excited at the start
of every .season, but the
biggest thing for me so fat is
the big change of attitude to
the positive "e ha'e had as a
team.
"It has carried o\er to our
practices and this is a \\hole
ne\\ team and ne\\ season."
The regular season for all
three of these teams will get
underwa\ on Aug. 25 as the
official 2006 season gets
undera.
S Sriv' n iitten by
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at sports @isrpressa.a:etre.comi


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made." As time passed and
reigns changed hands, a lot of
that craftsmanship disap-
peared. No., they say. man.
people in the United Kingdom
are removing the old stained
glass in ta\or of \ hat they see
as more modern decorating
choices. As a result. the old
stained glass may be found for'
sale on the Internet. In addi-
tion, antique stores and estate
sales are a good "ay to find


e the


glass was originally a liquid, it
absorbs pollutants easily.
Antique stained glass removed
from areas in or near cities
may be filled wiih a permanent
addition of dirt. NMany think
this look adds to the interest in
buy in antique glass o\er
newer stained glass.
By matching decor in a
child's room. stained glass can
be a great addition to a com-
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As Santa Rosa grows, and
natural areas fill in ith homes.,
available wildlife habitat w tIU
continue to shrink.
But homeowners can help
reverse that process through
'landscaping practices that help*
protect Florida's d% indling nat-
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The Florida Yards and'
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practices homeowners can use
to create and maintain health.
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and clean regional drinking
water supplies.
, "An amazing natural system
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links the above and below
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that sustain Florida's vital
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with water," FYN points out.
; Residential pressure on,
water supply resources is
already reaching the critical
point in South Florida, and
experts fear West Florida won't
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h Stormwater runoff carries a
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gana e


These trees are" popping' up


The Chinese tallow., tree;,
also known as the popcorn tree,
is considered one of the worst
invasive plant species: in
Northwest Florida.
Why are there' so many
Chinese tallow seedlings this
year? Perhaps it's due to the
past hurricanes. Chinese tal-
low trees proved not to be \ ind
resistant and man) blew o'er
in the hurricanes.
Unfortunately, as we %%aited for
our debris piles to be removed.
the seed pods opened and the
seeds were spread by birds and



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Swaier. We've also observed
seeds germinating in mulch
from chipped trees.
Chinese tallow has been,
called the "North Florida
melaleuca." Like melaleuca,
it's a tree that grows and
spreads rapidly. It produces
massive numbers of seeds and
has a high germination per-
centage allow ing this species
to invade areas t picall\ occu-
pied b) native plant species. It
can outcompete most natives
and soon displaces them. One
of its survival mechanisms is
'called allelopathN. Chinese
tallow is known to possess cer-
tain chemicals that either sup-
presses the growth of neigh-
boring plants or facilitates its
own growth.
Chinese tallow wai pur-
poselh introduced into the
United States as earls as the
1700's. It comes from China
where it has been cultivated for
about 1.500 years as a seed-oil
crop. It has been sold and
used extensively as an orna-
mental tree and is a common
plant on landscaped property.
As early as 1803, Chinese
tallow was spontaneoushi
moving into coastal forests.
Many early botanists reported
on the spread of this tree.
Chinese tallow has been recog-
nized as a pest plant in the
Carolinas since the 1970's.
The Nature Conservanc, has
now. designated Chinese tallow
as one of the "ten worst alien
plant invaders" in the United
States. .Other .conservation
organizations have assigned
Chinese tallow the dubious dis-
tinction of being one of "100 of
t . .'' /


the world's worst intasite
alien species."
Chinese tallow in\ades
stream banks, rierbanks and
wet areas like ditches as well
as upland sites. It thrives in
both freshwater and saline soils
and is both shade and flood tol-
erant. It .spreads by seeds that
are dispersed by birds and is
increasingly found along road-
sides. For proof. just take a
close look at the number of
Chinese tallow trees grow ing
along I-10 between Pensacola
and Mobile.
So what can you, do to stop
the spread of this alien invad-
er? First, learn to recognize
the Chinese tallow. Its leaves
are %en distinctive. The\ are
described as being rhombic or
deltoid., with a flat base and a
pointed tip-much like an ace
of spades. \\When sou remove
a leaf. it \x ill ooze a milk\ sap.
Seedlings should be contin-
ually hand pulled before the\
reach seed-producing age. It's
much easier to pull a seedling
than to eliminate a much larger
tree in a few years.
For homeow ners with
,, mature trees. it is recommend-
"d that you remove them and
treat the stump vvith a herbi-
cide. If ou ha\e only a few\
trees, use Brush-B-Gon'.'T or
Brush KillerTm herbicide.
These diluted herbicide prod-
ucts (8.0%,and 8.8 triclopur
amine, respectively) are avail-
able from retail nursery supply
stores. Property owners with
larger stands of trees can use
the more. concentrated Garlon
3ATM or Garlon 4TM (44.4%
triclopyr amine and 61.6% tri-


everywhere
clopyr ester, respectikely'i,
available from, farm supply
stores. All herbicides .are
required to .be clearly labeled
xith instructions regarding
safe and accurate application
of herbicides.
If trees are treated during
seed production. plant material
should be disposed of in such a
way that the seeds N ill not be
dispersed to nearbN habitats
\\here the) mav germinate and
produce new trees.
And if the removal of this
pest tree creates a void in \our
landscape, replace it \ ith a
native tree. Contact your local
Extension Office for re.com-
mendations or review \ the
information in the UFIFAS
publication on Chinese tallo\\
available online at
"htip:, edis.ifas.ufl.edu.AG 148
"http:,edis.ifas.ufl.edu. AG 148
Theresa ,Friday is the
Residential Horticulture,
Extension Agent for Santa
Rosa County. The use of trade:
names, if used in this article, is
solely for the purpose of pro-
viding specific information. It
is not a guarantee, warranty, or
endorsement of the product
name(s) and does not signify
that they are approved to the
exclusion of others.
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about all of the counts exten-


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What looks like a delicate


Slower, but can be a pest-or worse?


B. LVYNNE HOUGH
-Press GaZltm Staff Writer

6 Lantana.
It can be viewed growing
along roadways as s\ell as in
yards and gardens around:
Santa Rosa Count- Many
I people feel the durability, of
the plant-makes it attractive, in
drought conditions. The bright
colors make it pleasant to have
around.
But the truth is, primarily,
lantana is an invasive plant,
not natural to Northwest-or
any part of-Florida. Experts
estimate one-fourth of plant
species living in Florida are.
not native. Many outstay their
welcome due to lack of natur-
al predators thai would control
growth-namelv insects.
T While lantantana is listed as a
non-native plant. there is one
Stype of lantana-lanianaf
Sdepre sso-that is native to
;Florida. Its colors are more
yellowo w in nature as opposed to
Almost other types that are
nimulti-colored '.pith oranges,
pinks. and purples.
Man\ kinds, of lantana are-
'toxic and hale a berrN that can
be fatal if invested while 1 is
green and unripe according to
North Carolina Unilersit\
Department of Horticultural
Sciences. The leaves can
cause skin irritation iand der-
matitis.
The news about lantana,


however, isn't all negative. It
can flourish just about any-
where-sometimes intention-
ally. someumes not. Its bright
colors and enthusiastic flowers
make it popular in gardens. its
resistance to drought makes it
popular in. Florida-and gives
it the edge over less tolerant
plants.
The established plant can
reach up to si\ feet with abase
of up to eight feet. Manm peo-
ple think the flowers don't
have a pleasant aroma, but
they are beautiful and-diverse
in their coloration which
keeps them popular.
The; are tolerant to salt
spray and survive near beach-
es. They love the sun and don't


mind bad soil.
Lantana is described as: 'A
small, perennial shrub with
spiny: square stems: leaves
simple, opposite or %%horled.
toothed, fragrant when
crushed: flowers in flat-topped
clusters on a long stalk. each
flower small, tubular. four-
parted, %white. pink, or .ellow.
changing to orange or red: fruit
flesh\. green becoming bluish
black."
It can be found at many gar-
den center retailers. The propa-
gation of lantana is completed
through cuttings. layer. or
seeds. It requires full sun and
can go dry bet%%een waterings.
For more information on
lantana, Icontact your local
extension agent.


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92 AUCTIONS
94 MEETINGS
96 PERSONALS
98 TRAINING
EMPLOYMENT
102 DRIVERS
104 GENERAL HELP
106 HOME BASED
BUSINESS
108 HOTEL/MOTELS/
RESTAURANTS
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118 PART TIME
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812 FARM EQUIPMENT
814 FURNITURE
816 JEWELRY
818 LAWN EQUIPMENT
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Drivers
TRUCK DRIVERS:
CDL training. Up: to
$20.000 bonus. Ac-.
celerate your career
as a Soldier. Drive
out terrorism by,
keeping the Army.
National Guard sup-
plied. 1-800-GO-
GUARD.com/truck.

104 ..
", General Help
AMERICA'S DRIV-
ING ACADEMY
Start your driving ca-
ireer today! Offering
courses in CDL A.
0One. Tuition fee!
-ivMany payment op-
'lions' NO Registra-
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,CERTIFIED NURS-
;ING ASSISTANTS
'Looking for caring &
-compassionate per-
.sonnel to provide
:one-on-one care lor
clients in Escambia
S & Santa Rosa Coun-
ties. Flexible hours.
:great pay. Apply in
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BOOKKEEPER/
ACCOUNTANT
At public accounting
firm in Pace. Ideal
candidate should
know full charge
bookkeeping, payroll
taxes, sales tax and
depreciation. In-
come tax knowledge"
helpful Communica-
lion skills and ability
to work well. under
deadlines. neededd.
Pay and benehils de-
pend on ability.-
Send resume with
salary requirements
to: Accountant, 4430
Hwy 90, suite H,
Pace, FL. 32571 or
Fax to 850-995-
8849
BREAKFAST COOK
needed for Bayou
'Cafe.
Call 994-9232.
COURT RECORDS
CONTRACTOR
NEEDED' Must
have knowledge of
Criminal, Civil,
Liens, UCC's Real
Estate records at the
court Fax & PC Re-
quired. Fax Re-
sumes to: t866i322-
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104
General Help
DATA ENTRY!
Work From Any-
where. Flexible
Hours. Personal
Computer Required.
Excellent -, Career
Opportunity. Serious
inquiries Only
(800)344-9636 Ext.
700.
DAY WAITRESS
needed for Bayou
Cafe.
Call 994-9232.
DETENTION OFFI-
CER: Phoenix, An-
zona. Maricopa
County Sheriffs Of-
fice. $14.99'nr. Ex-
cellent benefits 1No
experience necessa-
ry. Contact
(6021307-5245,
1877)352-6276, or
www mcso org. 400
vacancies including
civilian positions.
INTERESTED IN A
POSTAL JOB Earn-
ing $57K/yr. Avg
Minimum Pay? Our
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General Help
DETENTION OFFI-
CER: Phoenix, Ari-
zona. Maricopa
County Sheriff's Of-
fice. $14.99/hr. Ex-
cellent benefits. No'
experience necessa-
ry Contact
(602)307-5245,
(877)352-6276, or
www mcso.org. 400
vacancies including
civilian positions.
DRIVER TRAINEES
NEEDED NOW!!!
Werner needs entry-
level' semi drivers.,
No exp. required.
Avg. $36k+ 1st yr!
60% home
nightly/weekly CDL'
Training ;n your area
1-866-280-5309
FARM RANCH
worker- feed
horsesicows limited
stall cleaning. Pan-
time. 723-2179
HANDYMAN EXPE-
RIENCE or no expe-
rience. East Gate
Mobile Home
Ranch. 626-8973
HANDYMEN AND
WOMEN must know
some carpentry,
cabineiry, masonry,
painting, roofing, til-
ing, gardening, also
a driver and house-
keeper. Call Madriu
at (954)609-8525.
HELP WANTED
Carpenter's helpers
and Iramers. Must
have transportation
554-2068
HELP WANTED
Lawn Care great be-
nifits. great pay, 4
days a week 1Oirs a
day. 983-5262
LOCAL CHURCH
seeking nursery
worker for Wednes-
day nighl and Sun-
day morning serv-
ices. Approximately
6-8 nours per week
Call 623-6683 lor
more information.
LOCAL CHURCH
seeking nursery
worker for Wednes-
day night and Sun-
day mornings, ap-
proximalely 6 to 8
hours a week. Call
623-6683 for more
information.
PLANT NURSERY
General nursery
worker/part-lime
Some experience
desired, but not nec-
essary. 983-9121.


104
General Help
0/0 DRIVER The
F/S is higher here!
Zero down lease/low
payments. $1.11
Avg. $2,000 sign-on
$2,600 Referral Bo-
nus. Base Plate pro-
vided -FFE
(800)569-9298.
OWNER OPERA-
TORS: Did you
average $1.88 in
your Tractor or
$1.41 in 'your
Straight Truck last
week? Our Owner.
Operators didl Tn-
State'- Expedited
(8881320-5424
POLICE OFFI-
CERS: Earn up to
$20,000 bonus.
Train to protect your
yellow Soldiers and
be a leader in the
Army National
Guard. 1-800-GO-
GUARD.com'police
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
nol meeting its
standards of accept-
ance. Submission of
an advenisement
does not conslilule
an agreement to
publish said adver-
tisement. Publication
of an advertisement
does not consiilute
an agreement lor
continued publica-
tion.
WANTED HANDY-
MAN No experience
necessary 626-
8973.
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.
YARD' HELP for
Landscape Supply
business. Good, val-
id drivers license &
forklih experience a
plus. Monday-Friday
8-5, Saturdays 8-12.
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General Help
WOLFF TANNING
BEDS Buy Direct
and Save, Full Body,
units from $22 a
month! FREE Color
Catalog CALL TO-
DAY' (800)842-1305
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106
Home Based
Business
LOVE BOOKS?
Need professional
for sales opportuni-
ty. Home office re-
quired. www.selllo-
schools.com
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Labor
MECHANICS: UP to
$20,000 bonus.
Keep the Army Na-
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Fix Humvees, Siryk-
ers,. etc. Expand
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career training. Be a
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GUARD.com/me-
chanic.himl.
116
Office Work
MEDICAL RECEP-
TIONIST Pediatric
Practice seeks ex-
perienced. upbeal,
caring and innovat-
ed person with ex-
cellent communica-
lion skills. Fax or
Mail Resume lo-
850-983-0970
5962 Berryhill Rd
Milton. FL 32570
124
Sales &
Telemarketing
SPECTACULAR
OPPORTUNITY.
Looking for a greal
opponunity to aug-
ment your income at
your own pace? We
are an established
importer & manufac-
lurer of Displays,
Boxes & Accesso-
ries seeking sales-
persons with experi-
ence in the jewelry
trade Carry our line
exclusively or com-
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Work lull or part time
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LIBERTY
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Life Insurance Co
Is expanding its
operation and is
looking for people
to lill 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
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Skills/Trade
AIRLINE MECHAN-
IC Rapid training
for high paying Avia-
lion Career. FAA
predicts severe
shortage. Financial
aid if qualify Job
placement assis-
tance. CALL AIM
(888)349-5387.

CUSTOM DESIGN
Interiors
Now hiring-top pay'
General Laborer
Metal Polisher
Aluminum & S. Steel
Welder
Call: 850-995-4544
128
Positions Wanted
HARD WORKING
cleaning person
needed long term for
growing cleaning
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310
Business
Opportunities
ALL CASH CANDY
ROUTE Do you earn
$800/day? 30 Ma-
chines, Free Candy
All for $9,995.
(888)629-9968
BO02000033. CALL
US: We will nol be
undersold'
DIVORCE$275-
$350*COVERS
CHILDREN, etc.
Only one signature
required! *Excludes
govi. fees! Call
weekdays (800)462-
2000, ext.600, (8am-
6pm) Alta Divorce,
LLC. Established
1977.
DO YOU make 9K-
14K per week?l7 do
and have proof of it!
A financial Miracle,
need computer &
small investment.
Learn More:
(888)792-5098,
www.ezwealtrplan.c
om.
EARN $367.97 per
day with your own
business. No B.S.
No boss. Just part-
ners. Free training.
www.wahdream-
team.com.
EARN UP to $2000-
$5000 a month with-
out leaving your cur-
rent job. Looking for
sharp ambitious, en-
thusiastic people for
a growing company.
Serious inquiries on-
ly please. 525-1708


310
Business
Opportunities
FED UP with your
job, business or
franchise? Start
making the money
you deserve to
,make. I'm the leader,
you've been, looking
for. (800)831-2279 .
LOCAL VENDING
ROUTE: Snack &
Soda, Full-Line, All
Brands. Great
equipment & 'sup-
port. Financing
available w/$6K
down. Tornm:
(9541971-9301,
BO#2002-037.
LOOKING FOR suc-
cessful entrepre-
neurs only to open
franchise business
in lown, must be
proven in manage-
ment, a born risk-
taker DO NOT CALL
otherwise (800)819'-
2634.

SELL THE HOT-
TEST PRODUCT IN
INSURANCE HIS-'
TORY. $0 Premium
Medicare Advantage
With Part D Includ-
ed Earn $1,250-
$2,000 Weekly. NO
prospecting or cold
calling. Very high
closing. LIFETIME
RENEWALS Life &
Health License Re-
quired. Call
(8661224-8450 ext.
5018.
TUPPERWARE
INTERESTED. we
do: Fundraisers lany.
type groups 40%5
profit to organiza-
lion. Parties, order-
ing or replacements,
part-time or full time
career.
Call: Brerda Aaerr.old
626-4558 or 206-8843

315
Business Services
A+ TREE SERVICE
'Lawn Service
*Landscaping
"Edging
'Tree Removal .
'Hedging
Trimming
Free Estimates
SLicensed & Insured
850-777-9535
ANN BARNHILL
TRUCKING
Din Work, Fill Dirt,
Crushed Asphalt,
Brown Dirt, Lime-
stone, Driveways,
Culverts & Mobile
Homes Pads
Call for price:
(850) 623-3461
(8501 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.
ARTIE KELLER
STUCCO. Licensed
and Insured. Con-
ventional and Syn-
thetic Systems. No
job to big nor to
small. Call 698-8327
or 626-9164
BILLY DUNN'S
Monkey Business.
Tree trimming, ex-
pert iree removal, 14
years' experience.
Ask me how I may
be able to save your
stress-fractured m
trees and limbs.
Phone (850)418-
2230. Santa Rosa
Co. License
#9840044699 *Es-
cambia Co. License
#609028-030130.
BROWN'S HAUL-
ING, INC.
Land clearing
Dirt work
Free Estimates
Brown fill. or clay
$160.00 per load in
the Milton area.
850-983-1590 office
850-554-3507 cell


SANTA ROSA COUNTY
GOVERNMENT
Accepting applications
for the following:

* Electrical Inspector I (1310)
*Administrative Clerk III (4114)
*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.

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315
Business Services
BUDGET HOUSE
PAINTING
Insured & Licensed
Call Andy at:
(850) 304-9680
COKER'S LAWN &
TRACTOR Service,
from trimming to
tractor work. ,Clean
ups, raking, hauling,
mowing, bushhog-
ging. dirt work. Rea-
sonable rates, iree
estimate (850) 623-
0493. Licensed & in-
sured.

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;
Roots to Floors,
Renovations. Decks,
Tile. Plumbing. EIc.
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. Fronl-
end loading. Debris
removal. Dan Fran-
cisco, owner. Cell
1850) 529-8718
Home (850) 623-
8697
DOUBLE "B" Land
Clearing. Backhoe
Work. Licensed and
Insured. Bryen Bal-
lard. 1850)994-5740
or (850)232-1581.
FIELD
ELECTRIC, INC.
Providing your resi-
dential, commercial
& portable generator
panel needs. 24
rour emergency
services.
Call William at:
(850) 791-4381
LicHER13013420
HANDYMAN SERVICES
'DOORS
-WINDOWS
'SMALL HOME RE-
PAIR
FREE ESTIMATES
ROBERT WARNER
850-393-2032
"HOUSEHOLD TERMITE &
PEST CONTROL
"Real E lae Ir.spec1irs,
Guarjr. d Peal Cor.ii ol
Frc.mc.ar. T cril c .er.
LOcaileir. MinIor.
Licensed & Insured ...
850-456-5009
850983.9108
J & L HOME
IMPROVEMENT
SERVICE'S
Carpentry Paint-
ing
Pressure Cleaning
Fences Decks *
Doors Windows *
eel..
"One. Call Does It
All" 983-3428
' Johnson & John-
son Masonry. Own-
er: Michael Johnson
Licensed & Insured.
Driveways, Side-
walks, etc.
850-698-7928
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
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.

Divorce '108, Adoption '80
Name Change '55
FREE Typing, Call for
Worksheet (850) 434-7524
1850 N. "W"St.
(1 blk. N. of Flea Market)Z


315
Business Services

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
Johnson
850-698-7928
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
PAUL NELSON
DUMP TRUCK
SERVICE
"Truck Rental
'Din & Rock Sales
'Fill Dirt-Clay
*Brown Dirt
'Driveway Matenial
Phone 850-994-4458
Cell 850-698-4920
Owner Operator
THE SCREEN MAN
Window Screen on
Site. Repair or.:Re-
placemeni.
995-0719
Cell: 637-5611 '
Free Estimates
TNT METAL
BUILDING, INC.
R.V. & Boat
covers.
Garages.
Portable Sheds
CARPORTS
Call for best prices
in town!
Galvanized Steel
Many sizes/colors.
Financir.g Available
Free delivery & setup
(850) 983-2296 or
Cell: (850) 206-
4008
TUTORING FOR
READING Grades
Pre-K through 7th.
Master's in reading.
Call: 221-0718.
320
Child Care

CHILD CARE in my
home. All ages.
Please call Valerie:
983-80,43.
REGISTERED
HOME DAYCARE
has 2 openings for
newborns to 5 yrs.
of age in Pace. 6am-
5pm.
Call: 994-2354
325
Domestic
DEPENDABLE
HOUSEKEEPER
Seeking additional
clients. Over 15
years of experience!
References avail.
upon request.
Call: 994-6236
335
Financial Services
5.2% GUARAN-
TEED 5 Years NO
TAXES A-RATED
SAFE CAPITAL
GROUP (800)692-
6893.

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 J Licensed &
Insured. Call: Mike
Clark at 626-2428
PAGE'S TREE
Service Trim, cut &
remove. Call 626-
2159 (if no answer,
please leave message)
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Senior Care

GRANNY NANNIES
Affordable Home
Care Services.
Highly Qualified
Personal Care
Givers Includes
CNAand HHA
available up to 24
hrs a day/7days a
week. Serving San-
ta Rosa and Es-
carribia Counties.
Quality Home
Health Care Since
1990.
"A Helping Hand
and A Gentle Heart"
995-0599
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360
Miscellaneous
ATTEND COLLEGE
ONLINE from home.
SMedical. "Business,
"Paralegal, "Com-
puters 'Criminal
Justice. Job place-
ment assistance.
Computer provided.
Financial Aid iI quali-
fied. Call (866)858-
2121 www On-
SlheTidewaterTech.c

BUILDING SALE!
MANUFACTURER
DIRECT Since
1980!" Extensive
range of sizes/mod-
els. Example-
40'x100'x16'=3.48/s
q.ft. Ends optional.
3-week delivery.
25'x40'x 12' $3990
(LIMITED OTY).
Pioneer (800)668-
5422.
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SUPPLIES! MEDI-
* CARE PATIENTS!
Call Us Toll Free
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ity Diabetic Sup-
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402
Apartments
1 BEDROOM fur-
nished apartment
with central heat &
air. No pets. $400.
month, $300. dep.
Call for appointment.
994-7246
2/BED/1LBATH
DUPLEX
Stove, frig, Ldry Rm,
All Ceramic Tile.
Water Inc.
$580/mo 626-2928.
404
Commercial
OFFICE SPACE
FOR LEASE
6061 Dr's Park,
1,800 sf, newly ren-
ovated. 623-5618
406
Homes
3 BD/2BA Newly re-
modeled, central
heal and air, carport,
excellent location,
near elementary
schools. $850
month
$500 deposit
623-9553
3 BEDROOM House
$600 a month/$300
deposit. Or 2 bed-
room mobile home
furnished. $365 a
month/$300 deposit.
Call 675-6614


406
Homes
FOR RENT .

*4/3 Home on Golf
Course, 6008 Ar-'
nies Way, Milton
$1200

*2/1 Duplex, 5873
Byrom St., Milton
$400,

*2/2 Home,, 7867
South Airport Rd.
Milton $825

*3/2.Waterfront
home, 5084 Sam
Miguel Milton $1450

Santa Rosa Realty
623-0077
FOR RENT
Elligant 2-story wa-
terfront 4/BR 3/BA
with' .2 1/2baths.
2,744 Sq Ft. 7416
San Ramon Drive,
Milton 32583.
$1800/mo.
Call 723-1000

FOR RENT: Pace,
New ADAMS
HOME,. 5327 Willow
Oak,; 4 bedroom, 2
bath, formal living
room & dining room,
great room, 2 car
garage, $1400 mo.
plus deposit. Call
642-2121.
HOUSE FOR RENT
3/2 Skyline Heights
$700/$700
Call: 850-225-0047
NEW HOUSE in Mil-
ton 3 bedroom/ 2
bath energy efficient
attach garage, rear
deck, non smoking,
no pets, no hud,
$900 rent, $950 de-
posit, acceptable
credit 748-3046
RENTALS 2 to 3 BR
in Jay, Milton and
Pace. $400 to $650
per month. Call:


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408
Land
FOR SALE-by own-
er. Waterfront Large
lot, off of Hwy 90,
Milton on Pond
Creek. Over 200ft
on water. Access to
Blackwater Bay/Riv-
er, Yellow River and
Escambia River.
Four big lakes off of,
Pond Creek. Good
fishing! $50,000 no
calls after 8PM.
LAND FOR SALE
Refer to
Classificationil
#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
3/BR 2/BA Single-
wide mobile home.
7945 Kamey Court,
East Milton, total
electric. No pets.
$625/mo. $300 de-
posit. 994-7918
3BR 1 1/2/BA
$475/mo $450 de-
posit
3BR/2BA CEN-
TRAL Heating and
Air, total electric, on
private lot, first &
last month rent '+ de-
posit must have
good credit and ref-
erences $495/mo
995-6138 Leave
message.
FOR RENT
2/BR 2/BA Gault
City Rd. Total elec-,
tric, central heat/ac-
non-smoking, no
pets. $500/mo
$300/deposit.

2/BR 1/BA Reinsma
Rd. Total electric,
central heat'ac.
$375/mo $350/de-
posit. Non-smoking
no pets.
572-2477 or
623-6834, ,,,
.FOR RENT .
Nice 3/2 Doublewide
on 1 acre lot, off of
Ward Basin Rd.
S Rent to own
$695/mo plus de-
posit. 857-4395
FOR RENT 1300 sq.
ft. new appliances,
central heat & air,'
large fenced yard.
12 x 20 storage
shed. No pets. $900
month $900 deposit
994-0773


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Mobile Homes
FOR RENT
2bd/2ba mobile
home. $550 per,
month. 1st and last
month rent. Security
deposit $300. No
large dogs. Credit
checks ran. Call:
623-8565
MOBILE HOME
spaces for rent, can
accommodate allt
sizes, East Gate
Mobile Home Ranch:
626-8973
NICE, QUIET, clean"
park. Rent includes
water, garbage,
lawn service. Two
2bd/ 1/ba, no pets.
$480/mo. 255-7772.
Bruce Lane, Milton.
SMALL 2/BR ideal
for single or couple.
East Gate Mobile
Ranch. 626-8973.
414
Roommates
Wanted
ROOMMATE
NEEDED. Milton
850-449-4070
416
Vacation & Resort
LAKE ESCAPE at
The Ridges Resort
& Club. Bed &
Breakfast at Our
Beautiful Lakeside
Mountain Resort in
Hiawassee GA. $99-
weekday to $139.
TheRidgesResort co
m 1888)834-4409.
LAKETENNESSEE
MOUNTAINS 3,900
sq ft. Custom Coun-
try Home, 2 story,
many extras. Lake-
view of Cordell Hull
Lake with 5 acres.
$299,000 Call 623-
9623
VACATION RENT-
AL Navarre Beach
1 -bedroom town-
house sleeps 4 -
completely furnished
pool soundside -
walk to the beach &
Gulf. Best rate on
beach. $600 wkly or
$295/week-end.
Call 623-9553.





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1.5 AC Comer Lot
Hwy 98 Zoned HCD
Gulf Breeze
$1,200,000

2.25 Ac Vacant Lot
Hwy 87 In Process
of Zoning to HCD
Navarre $1,200,000

4 Ac Hwy 87 one
block N ol 1-10 HCD
Milton $3,500,000

10.28 Ac Hwy 87
one block N of 1-10
HCD Milton
$7,500,000

Call Wanda Jordan
850-384-0925 or
John Jordan 850-
420-0133

RE/MAX Total
Properties 850-936-
7771

506
Homes
1.48 AC 430ft on
ire Bay- Garcon
Point $250,000
Waterfront Lot

238 Ac warn mobile
home and 12i 12x24
workshops Ameri-
can Farms- Milton
$95,000

1728 sq ft J'2 home
split Iloor plan
Country Breeze Es-
tate- Navarre moti-
valea sellers. Price
reduced $179,000

Cal: Wanda Jordan
850-384-0925 or
John Jordan 850-
420-0133
REFMAX
02514166Toial
Properties. 850-
936-7771


3 BEDROOM 2 Bath
Bnck home on 2
lots, 200x 150 ft
Covered screened
patio porch. Central
Heat and Air. Seper-
ate Workshop 2
blocks from Wal
mart in Pace, Flori-
da. Call 623-1945
BRAND NEW
3BD/2BA home.
brand new sub di\.,-
sion $149,900 Flori-
da Coast Reality,
two to choose from
850-225-9899
BRICK HOME in
Brewton, AL. Over
1800 sq. 1
30r/1 5ba 18x18
workshop; in ground
swimming pool,
fenced in back yard
$93.000
(251, 867-9395
FOR SALE 3bd.2ba
1/2 acre house. 2
sheds, all tile floors
except bedrooms,
central heat/ac, new
roof. $125,000.
Call: 418-2465 .
FOR SALE
40 acres in Allen-
town, property in-
cludes two homes.
Approximately 31
acres of limber
planted in 1998.
Property has many
possibilities and,
would be great for
development.,
$600,000
Eric Gleaton Realty
477-5908


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Homes
FOR SALE by own-
er. Near 1-10, Black
water River, 3576
sq. ft. waterfront
home with Ivan
damaged 2453 sq.
ft. lower level.
One acre lot with
189 feet on water,
pier, boat ramp, cir-
cular driveway,
sprinkler system,
well. $345,000.00 or
best offer..
850-450-2842
HOME FOR Sale
1330 sq. ft; House
on 1 + acre. 2/3 bed-
roorm 2 baths, appli-,
ances. $68,500. 4
miles from Milton.
Call: 623-8511 to
S view. ;,.
LEASE OPTION
No credit required.
20K under appraisal
3/2 2000 sq. ft.
Whisper Bay in Gulf
Breeze. Completely
remodeled. Call
850-240-3122 or vis-
it our website at
www.equity-invest-
ors.com
UNIQUE REAL ES-
TATE OPPORTUNITY:
Milton 3BR/2BA
house with seller
paying a 51 down
payment + closing
costs. Special 2.90
financing with pay-
ment of $434.96 per
month. Call: 954-'
967-999t

510
Land



NW of NAs Whit-
ing Field .

20 Placid acres
zoned agricultural

3 mobile homes,
garage, barn, shed

$289,350

626-6767

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

COASTAL NORTH
CAROLINA Water-
front Community.
The Preserve at Riv-
er Sea. Developer
Closeouts. From
$129,900. Incredible'
location. Far below
market value. 18
month no payment
plan. (866)213-
6315. Broker, Neigh-
borhood Properties,
LLC.
FOR SALE
8 wooded acres,
Hwy 182 in Chu-
muckla $195,000.
995-0491


510
Land
FOR SALE
Approx. 9 acrea
Garcon Point Rd.
South of Mary Kitchen
Rd,
626-2833
GATED COMMUNI-'
TY 2 hours from At-
lanta & the Coast.
1/2 to 3 acre parcels,
from the $40's. In-
credible sunsets &
summer breezes!
Private location,
amenities. Call
(866)882-1107,
KY /TN LAKE
OVERVIEW PAR-
CEL 2.16 acre high
ground parcel offers
some of the best-
views up and down
Lake Barkley. 90
min m top Nashville.
Very close to Land
Between the Lakes
rec. area. $62,000.
(866)339-4966.
KY LAKEFRONT
ACREAGE Private,
gated, lakefront
community. Water-
front parcels with
generous 120'
Frontage from ;',the,
$70's. Spacious off
water parcels: from
the $30's. Excep-
tional planned
amenities. Owner
(866)462-8198.
LAND FOR RENT
Refer to
Classification
#408

LAND FOR SALE
Two Acres on Hick-
ory Hammock Rd.
Approximately 180 ft
of road frontage and
zoned residential.
$30,000. Please call
in the evenings
(251)575-3456
MILLION DOLLAR
VISTAS WITH
COOL MOUNTAIN
BREEZES HIGH
ATOP THE SMO-
KIES BETWEEN
PRESTIGIOUS
HIGHLANDS/FRAN
KLIN/DILLARD. EX-
CLUSIVE. PRI-
VATE, SECLUDED,
NEW HOMESITES
FROM $175,000
18001679-7976
www.highlandspass.
com. .
NC MOUNTAIN
ACREAGE' Near
Asheville, NC. 1 to 8
acre parcels. Gated
community with
amenities. 4+ miles
of riverfront! Just 5
minutes to town of
Hot Springs. Phase,
II opens Fall 06.
(866)292-5762.
TN 50 MILE VIEW
PARCEL 3 acres
with incredible bluff.
views! Central to
Chattanooga &
Nashville. Mature
hardwoods., Close to
state park, 15 area
golf courses. Gated,
clubhouse, fitness
center, nature trails.
$189,900. Call
(866)292-5769.


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Architectural Shingles Vinyl Exterior Trim
Luxury Marble Vanity Tops
Garden Tub and Shower
Ceiling Fans in all Bedroom and Great Room
Walk-iri Closets in Bedrooms
French Doors Gas or Wood Fireplace


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Baths Sq.Ft.
Bellehaven I 1040
Chadwick 2 1149
Stratford 2 1257
Norwood 2 1341
Mayfair 2 1418
Diplomat 2 1510
Hampton 2 1525
Gemini 2 1579
Inglewood 2 1586
Ambassador 2 1610
York 2 1622
Oxford 2 1713
Lexington 2 1812
Lexington 4 BR 2 1812
Pinebrook (Signature Series)2 1833
Fleetwood 2 1949
Kingston (Signature Series) 2 2129
Executive 2 UI2 2215
Regency (Signature Series) 3 2495
2 Bedroom Duplex 2 (1 each unit) 1740
3 Bedroom Duplex 4 (2 each unit) 2062


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Price
67,800
70,600
78,100
83,000
83,900
86,800
87,600
90,600
98,100
91,200
95,000
97,300
101,300
101,700
116,600
108,400
131,300
126,300
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512
Mobile Homes
EASTGATE MO-
BILE Homes 3 :
bd/2ba, garden tub.
skylight, total elec-
tric. 626-8973

SECLUDED 6
ACRES NE of
Milton 10 minutes
from Blackwater
State Park
Two 1999 Palm
Harbor modular
homes. 3BR, 2BA,
frontiback 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
(8501 554-5237


514
Vacation & Resort
LAKE ESCAPE at
,The Ridges Resort
& Club. Bed &
Breakfast at Our
Beautiful Lakeside
Mountain Resort in
Hiawassee GA. $99-
weekday to $139.
TheRidgesReson.co
!m (8881834-4409.





556
Homes
PALM HARBOR
HOMES Factory
Model Center
LARGEST in Ameri-
ca! Modular, Mobile
and Stilt Homes.
Call lor FREE Color
Brochures!
(800)622-2832
WESTERN NEW
Mexico Private 62
Acre Ranch
$129.990 Ml. views,
trees, rolling hills,
pastureland, borders
BLM. 1930's stone
homestead and barn
ruins. Horseback nd-
ing, hiking, hunting.
Perfect family ranch.
electricity. 100'. It-
nancing. NALC
(866)365-2825.
558
Investments
ARCH STEEL Build-
ings, Hurricane Rat-
ed! FEMA grade.
Widths of 25, 30, 40
& 50. Garage/Work-
shop/Storage. Gen-
uine SteelMaster
Buildings, factory di-
rect! Call (800)341-
'-
'7007.
'www.SteelMas-
terUSA.com.
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.
LOOKING TO OWN
LAND? Invest in ru-
ral acreage through-
out America; coast-
al; mountain, water-
front properties. 20C
to 200 acres. Fot
FREE Special Land
Reports: www.land
buyersguide.com/fl.


558
Investments
TN -.373 ACRES
JUST $69,900'f .
Beautiful 3+ acre.
parcel. Central to
Chattanooga &:r
Nasnville Mature-1
hardwoods. Close te-.,
state park. 15 area.,,.
golf courses. Gated.
.clubhouse, fitness",
center, nature trails.1-'
(866)292-5769.

560
Land -
BEAUTIFUL N,<
CAROLINA ES-
CAPE TO BEAUTI--'
FUL WESTERN NO,..-
MOUNTAINS FREE
.COLOR : BRO-'-'
-CHURE & INFOR-','
MATION. MOUN-,
TAIN PROPERTIES'-
W: SPECTACULAR',
VIEWS HOMES;,
CABINS, CREEKS'
& INVESTMENT-'
ACREAGE. Cnero',,-
Kee Mountain
GMAC Real Estate:
cnherokeemounlain-
realty com (800)841-,
5868
DIRECT OCEAN"
ACCESS PROPER-.
TIES! STARTING
AT ONLY $79.900!.":
Properties up to 3+-
Acres available' One -.,
Day Only Sale' Au-'
gust 12th. Call To-
day for Reservation' -.
(8661950-5263 Ext
1105.
EAST TENNES-.
SEE- Norris Lake
5.6 acre wooded
LAKEFRONT lot-
$66,500 5.1 acre:
wooded VIEW lot- -
$28.900 Call Lake-.
side Realty -
(4231626-5820 Or '
visit www.lakesi- '
derealry-in com. .
EUFALA ALABA',
MA WATERFRONT.
Gated community 2
hours Irom Atlanta & '
the Coast. 1/2 to 3
acres from Ihe'
$40s. Fishing boat- :.
ing. swimming &;
more. Clubnouse.'
boat slips, nature
rails. 18661882-
1107
GEORGIA/ NORTH
CAROLINA Capli
valing mountain
views lakes, rivera
waterfalls Home-'
sites starting '
$39.900 Log home-
kits '@' $39,900 Lim'-,
ited availability Call'
1888i389-3504 "
X700.
KY LAKE CUMY-.
BERLAND LIMITED,
,LAND SALE Up lio
$10,000 OFF all wa-'
terfront parcels! Par,-;
cels with generous'.
. 120 frontage are'
being discounted lor
a limited time. Awe-'
some amenities
(8661462-8198.

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CAROLINA
v AHH..COOL
SUMMERS, MILD "
WINTERS! ,
Affordable homes &^
mountain cabins -
CALL FOR FBEE '
BROCHURE: .
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w ?e:.,iirrujirh, C'Jn ,
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560
Land
NEW
PRE-CONSTRUC-
TION
GdIf Community-
Coastal Georgia.
Large lots w/ deep-
water, marsh, golf,
nature views. Gated,
Golf, Fitness Center,
.Tennis, Trails, Oak
Park, Docks. $70k's-
$300k.
(877)266-7376.
www.cooperspoint.c
om.
NORTH CAROLINA
Cool0 Mountain Air,
Views & Streams,
Homes, Cabins &
Acreage. FREE
BROCHURE o
(800)642-5333. Re-
alty Of Murphy 317
Peachtree St. Mur-
phy, N.C. 28906.
www.realtyofmur-
py.COrm.


560
Land,
PRICED FOR Ouick
Salell3.2 acre Jake
lot, 148 ft of front-
age Northeast GA's
largest and newest
.ake, -' Patriot's,
Pointe. $98,500.
More Info: (706)213-
6734 www.lakerus-
sellpropenies corn
VA MOUNTAINS 5
acres with frontage
on very large pris-
tine creek, very pri-
vate, excellent fish-
ing, canoeing, good.
access, near New
River 'trail State
.Park, $39,500 Own-
er (866)789-8535
www.mountain- "
sofVA.com.
WITH TENNES-
SEE'S Beautiful
Lakes & Mountains,
you are sure to find
the perfect spot to
call home. Call Nan-
cy Gaines, Gables &
Gates (865)388-
7703, (865)777-
9191 www.nancy-
gaines.com


704
Livestock
HORSE FOR SALE
$800 2 horse trailer
S$1000 Call: 626-
3536 or 850-699-
8197
:708
Pets
2 FEMALE Shepard
Pups
AKC Registered. 1st
shots and de-'.
wormed already
done Mother and
Father on site. $300
each. Call:407-908-
0554
FREE TO GOOD
HOME
2 Year old, female
Boston Terrier.'
512-2600
FREE TO GOOD
HOME
3 Calico's
1 Mom and her 2
babies. All Female
Call- 457-9386
GREAT DANE
Puppies
1st shots & AKC.
$500. Call 981-0200


712
Lost & Found
PETS
LOST DOG
Corgie, no tail short
legs, red/white, Ber-
ryhill Rd., Milton
791-4143
LOST DOG
White Mixed Mal-
tese, 5 years old,
answers to the
name Benji. Please
Call: 994-0368 or.
450-9869 ,

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,


Mark

Dooley


712
'Lost & Found
PETS
SANTA
ROSA
Animal
Control
Services
Stray
Listings

August 9th:
Black/White Eng '
PointerLab-Male-6;
years old
Cedar Tree Drive
Milton
Black DSH Cat-Fe-_
male-i year old- T
Outer Drive-Millor '
Black/White Lab
Female-3 months
Carl Booker Road
Milton
Tan/Black Bull Mas-
tiff-Male-3 months
Rice Road-Milton
Brown Black Min Pin
tvix-Female-1 year


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712
Lost & Found
PETS
Borden Street-Milton

Brown/Black
Lab/Mix-Litter 3
2 months old .
United Court-Gulf.
Breeze
White/Brown
'Lab/Mix-Male
3 years old
Woodbine Road
Pace
B1 Brinldle Pi Bull
. Female-1 year .
.Woodbine Road
* Pace

BrowniBlack.
Bull/Mix-Male
2 years old
Shelter Drop Box
White/Black DSH
Cat-Female
8 months old
Ward Basin Road
Orange Tabby DSH
Cat-1 year old
Bantola Drive Milton

CreamT1an
Pomeranian Male
1 year old
Trailnre Milton

August 10th
White DSH Cat-
Male-10 months
Fleet Avenue

Black Labrador Re-
triever-Male-3 years
old
Dawson Road-
White Black Jack
Russel Terrier Mix-
Male-6 months
Kingery Road-Milton
Black Labrador Re-
triever-Male-4 years
Starhill Drive
Tan/Brown Fox Ter-
rier Mix-Male-7
years
Quiet CreeK Road
Milton
BlacK.Whiie Siberian
Husky-Male-2 years
Hwy 182-Jay

Black'White Welsh
Corgi-Female 4
years- Hwy 89 Jay
,Red/While Welsh"''.
Corgi-Female 1
year- Hwy 89-Jay


712
Lost & Found
PETS

Red/Labrador Re-
triever-Male-10
years- Chumuckla
Hwy Pace
Black /Brown Ger-
man Shepard Mix-
Male-4 months-Ses-
sions Street Milton
Black/Labrador Re-
triever-Female-6
months-Shelter Drop
; Box

CalicofTortie DSH
Cats-Litter of 4. 2
months=0glesby
Rd-Milton
Red Chow Chow-
Female-5 years old-
Shelia Street




806
Appliances
KENMORE
WASHING Machine.
4 years old, white,
runs perfectly. $100
Call: 626-1262

810
Computers
COMPUTER HP Pa-
vilion, Windows 98
SE, 17' monitor
$175 and Printer
$35
Call: 994-9030
814
Furniture
FOR SALE
Queen size water-
bed, headboard has
mirror and shelves,
new healer/thermo-
stat $185.
Call 983-7857
FOR SALE
Sofa, contemporary
light peach/tan, like
new $175. Chrome
smoke glass coffee
table $35. Contem-
porary, Thomasville
Buffet w/silverware
drawer, $75.. P.air of
Oak bar stools $40.
623-5052


820
Lumber &
Hardware
METAL ROOFING
SAVE $$$ Buy Di-
rect From Manufac-
turer. 20 colors in
stock with all Acces-
sories. Quick, turn
around Delivery
Available Toll Free
(888)393-0335.
822
Musical
Instruments
STOP BEFORE
you 'buy that high
priced band instru-
ment. Conn Director
Bass Trombone, re-
conditioned with
case and accesso-
ries. $300 Call 623-
2757 or 723-4749

830
Miscellaneous
For Sale



Centipede-
St. Augustine
Farm Direct.,
We Deliv-er
434-0066
2 GAMES IN ONE
air hockey pool table
combo, plus all ac-
cessories to start
playing both games
today. $225 obo
Call: 623-6393




We Deliver & Install
Centipede
St. Augustine
Bermuda
Bailed Pine Straw
Call us first, Save Time
Call us last, Save MoneV
Hwy. 67 So. Milton
826-8578;.

832
,Miscellaneous
Wanted
GLASS CRAFTER
needs empty glass'
soft drink bottles, tall
kinds). Not necessa-
rily collectors edi-
tions. Will pick up.
Call: 983-8042
PAY CASH tor lunk
cars or trucks. Run-
ning or not. Call
983-9527


832
Miscellaneous
Wanted
WANTED
OLD ROOFING TIN.
Will tear down and
haul. 983-8042 or
393-9617
834
Lost & Found
MERCHANDISE
FOUND ONE pair of
gold rimmed glasses
in front of Winn-Dix-
ie (MILTONr drop-
ped ol at the Press
Gazentte by person
who found them.
Call 623-2120


904
Cars
1998 CADILLAC
Seville. De Elegance
68k, sun rool. $12k.
Call 850-626-9637
FOR SALE
2004 Mt.usiang'2dr
coupe 1 owner.
torch red exterior,
charcol interior. 3.9
liter V6, 5 speed-
manual transmission
Power 4 wheel disk
brakes, Power rack
pinion steering in
dasr. CD/MP3 play-
er. remote keyless
entrv, 28,3-40 miles,
excellent condition
Sale due To Military
move.$11.000
626-7765
FOR SALE: 1997 F-m
350 XLT power
stroke diesel.
155.000 miles.Call
983-0648

MECURY SABLE
LS 1997 Station-
wagon V-6 1 owner
garage kept. new
iranmission. 18-26
MPG. 60,40 folding
seals, luggage rack
Excellent Condition.
133.000 miles. Ask-
ing $4.200. Call 476-
8399 or 678-908-
8310
906
Boats
2005 BASS
TRACKER
Boat w/50 hp motor.
Loaded. Trailer in-
cluded. Ready for
the water' Payoff
$9,600 Call:
994-2129


906
Boats
1994 18FT WELL
CRAFT
Center console, alu-
minum trailer, 115
yamaha, dept finder,
stereo, VHS, Loran
Dual Batteries, live
well, Timini Top, life
jackets, anchors,
etc. Low hours, ex-
cellent condition.
$8,750. 623-2133 dr
449-8911.
FOR SALE
'86 14.1/2FT. Blazer
Bass Boat fiberglass
with Mariner 24 volt
trolling motor, fish
finder, 8 gallon ice
trailer, 2 batteries.
Ready for fishing!
$1600.
Call: 994-4375
912 .
Motor Homes
FOR SALE
1996 Dolphin RV,
36FT. long. Low
mileage, fully equip
w/extras. $35,000.
983-3965 leave
message.
914
Recreational
GOLF CART
Like new- Limo style
made by EZ Go.
Gas engine-garnett
& gold. '05 Model.
$5500-firm. If sold
new $8700 plus tax.
850-501-0183 or
850-501-0273
920
..Vans
FOR SALE
Used Rider type box
van/truck. Variety of
models and me-
chanical condition.
Prices range from
$2500-$4500 High
mileage. Sold as is.
981-9079
922
Other
16' DURACRAFT
50 H.P. Mariner
Power Trim Galva-
nize Trailer. Good
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