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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
Alternate title: Milton press gazette
Portion of title: Press gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Creation Date: August 30, 2006
Publication Date: 1984-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 76, no. 104 (Mar. 29, 1984)-
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LIBRARY OF FLORIDA HISTORY
UNIVERSITY OF FL
PO BOX 117007 07
GAINESVILLE FL 32611-70


v- WEDNESDAY

August 30, 2006


Call it a dry run:



Ernesto brings back fears, sends locals preparing


By LYNNE HOUGH
Pei' Ga-.:cuitt Smtff Writer
While Northwest Florida
didn't directly\ suffer the \rath
of Katrina, the one-year
anniversary of the storm just
passed. Many here are still liv-
ing, in FENIA trailers-the
result of visits from Hurricanes
Ivan and Dennis.
Enter Ernesto.
A shell-shocked communi-
ty reacted to the news Santa.
Rosa County was -'in the cone"
for a projected landfall of'
Hurricane Ernesto over the
1xeekend.
Some gas stations around
Milton and Pace ran out of fuel
after a weekend rush . to fill_
tanks. for possible evacuation
and cans for generators. Some
stations ran out because people
got in line w ith lois df gas cans
for. generators-one station
reported a $180 sale to one
woman. (See story-page one.1
It might sound odd to those
who ha\ en"' i\aited in a gas line
for t\Mo or three hours. but for
those who li\ed through I\an
and Dennis. it makes perfect
sense.
This is- an experienced
county when. it comes to hurri-
cane preparedness. Suffering


first hand %without power, ice,
water, food, transportation, and
communication has left its
mark on residents.
So when' the National
Weather Sern ice said a hum-
cane nuigl be making landfall
here. people moved to obtain
A\ha[ they may not ha\e had
during past disasters.
The United States has seen
a slow start to the hurricane sea-
son this year No major storms
have threatened Santa Rosa
Count., directly -before last
week. Hurricane Ernesto w\as
forecast to mioe this %wa3 all
%weekend. until the National
Weather Service changed the
path late Sunday night
Not the storm is forecast to
strike much farther to the east.
It appeared-on Tuesda.-it
would d miss the area altogether
It is unknown how strong the
tropical sy stem will be when it
collides %with south or central
Florida.
Most people here can
empathize with anyone facing
the realir\ of a direct hit. Once
the storm has been sur' ived, the
incomneniences following the
devastation begin.
While grocerN stores here
S&e DRY RUN. Pace 6.4


Experts warn:


'Careful how you


store all that gas!


It didn't take long, Sunday, for lines to form and yellow bags to show up over gasoline pump nozzles. When projections showed Santa Rosa
within the "cone of uncertainty," residents headed to gas stations in force. It has become an all-too-familar sight in Santa Rosa after multi-
ple brushes with Mother Nature.
Press Gazette photo by Lynne Hough



Event to fund Milton's skate park


ByPAMIELA HOLT
Press Gazette Staff Writer'
We live in Northwest
Florida, called 'hurricane ally'
by some.
Like squirrels gathering
nuts for the winter, most local,
residents begin to hit the pumps
as soon as a tropical storm
makes its way to Cuba. They
start buying as much of the
crude oil derivative as possible.
They're purchasing not onl\ for
personal transportation, but to
power generators as well.
After Hurricanes Ivan and
Dennis, many locals stored
away (some might say, hoard-
ed) gallons and gallons of the
precious fluid. For most, the
garage is, the storage spot of
choice, leading to what Milton
Fire Chief John Reble calls a
"potentially deadly mistake."
"There is no safe way to
store those kinds of .quantities

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inside a home." sass Reble.
"I see it all of the time.
Lightning strikes a home and I
go into the garage and there's
five five-gallon containers full
of gas, a total of 25 gallons sit-
ting in the garaae." says Reble.
He says fuel storage inside
the home is just as deadly, if not
more so, than a hurricane.
He explains fuel storage is a
tno-fold problem: first, gas is
e\tremelN flarnmrable and if
.there is an existing fire within
the home, gas contained in the
usual plastic container will con-
tribute to the blaze.
"We've had incidents after
hurricanes where we've lost
homes because of the fuel feed-
ing it. The sheer presence of
the gas contributes." sa\s
See GAS. Page.5A.


Bill Pressler with Hall's Hard-
ware in Milton shows the type
of gasoline container preferred
by fire officials.


Bi PAMELA HOLT

Anti-establishment. The
misfits. The skaters.
It's all about boards.
"Skaters hae a tendencN to
be anti-s\ stem. E%'ernone w\ho
doesn't lit in. or \\ho is in the
rebellious coniiunity thinks,
.it's cool to be a skater," sa\ s Dr.
Buck Waters,. Chiropractor
'"Millions of kids come behind
the skaters. Skaters kind of
lead the pack, the3 "re cutting
edge. Teens are looking the
same, acting the same
Surfer/skaters lead youth fash-
ion.
"It's the only sport \\here
everyone has been targeted b3
the authorities not to do it," sa.\
Waters.
Waters founded the
Pensacola chapter of Christian
Surfers ministry. He has also
headed skateboard i nistries
through Olise Bap hurch.
Waters eni s working with
.outh ministry and has a pas-
sion for surfing and skateboard-
ing. ,
"I enjoyed both surfing and
skating as a kid," says Waters..
While most skaters do their
best to stay within the confines
of the city's ordinances, some
had recent brushes with the lat%.
Last July, three teens \\ere
warned by city police not to
have their boards on the ground
in the City. If they did not com-
ply, they would. lose theii
boards and be arrested The
teens went on the record stating
they didn't have the mone\ or
transportation to attend other
skate parks. They were looking
forward to the Milton CitN skate


park.
The cit\ skateboard park is
still underway and city leaders
sa\ the plans are mo ing for-
vward. The scheduled date of
groundbreaking was recently
estimated for December. It i.,
speculated the construction %will
take around ten weeks...a real-
ization too late for Ste\en
Morgan.
A catch in hei throat stops


Tanun\ Morgan as she speaks,
of her son Steven's lo\e of
skateboarding.
Morgan's 13 \ear-old son
died July 12, 2005 from drou n-
ing in their family pool. Da, s
before his death. Steven wanted
to help %with the movement
toward Milton's skateboard
park. His mother is keeping his
dream alive.
Morgan is %working toward


raisine funds for the speed\
compleuon of the project. She
%wants to keep Stesen's desire
for a safe place for his friends to
gather and enjoN the communi-
ty sport going forward.
September 16. at the
Saenger Theatre in Pensacola.
professional skaters Richard
Mulder and Chad Tim Tim \\ ill
roll into town with The Reveal
See SKATE. Paic 6.4







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Byles, Nicholas
Male; 23; 8237 Luce
Navarre, FL; Aggrav
W/Deadly Weapon W/(
to Kill (domestic vi(
8/14/06.
Clark, Robert Dale
54; Mobile Bayway, F;
AL; Sex Asslt Under 1
Custodian Sex Batt Vict
YOA. 8/14/06
Cook, Joshua Mark
.24; 5T72Peachtree St..
FL; Probation Violation
8/14/06
Diguilio, Chri
Wayne; Male; 31; 660-
Circle, Pensacola,
Probation Violation-
8/14/06
Johns, Leo Sanforc
35; 6049 Kingswoo
Milton, FL; Cruelty
Child Abuse W/O Grea
8/14/06
Perritt, Christophe
Male; 21; 4629 Old G
Rd, Pace,. FL; Pr
Violation-Felon.. Sil/4/1
Powers. Joseph
Male: 3 1:2128, Las \ eg
Navarre, FL: Crimes
Person-E\ploitation of
Less Than $20.000 (
8/14/06
Johnson. Christop
Male; 43; 1579 Bell Cr



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2006 Jay, FL; Probation Violation-
Wayne; Felony. 8/14/06
;na St., Moye, Royce Daniel; Male;
Asslt 33; 197 Herrington Rd.,
0 Intent Brewton, AL; Fraud-Obtain
olence). Controlled Substance :By.
8/14/06
e; Male; Tash, Catherine Elizabeth;
airhope, Female; 34; 2069 America'
18 YOA Ave., Gulf Breeze, FL; DUI.
Und 12 8/14/06
Caudell, Rickey Allen;
k; Male; Male;, 19; 6323 Happy Ln,
Milton. Milton, FL; Probation
-Felony. Violation-Felony. 8/15/06
� .Duke, David Howard;
istopher Male; 23; 5500 Stewart St.,
3 Devin Milton, FL; Threat to Bomb-
FL; False Rept Bomb Arson WPN
-Felony. Mass Dest Publ Prop. 8/15/06
Jones, Kenneth Lamar;
d; Male; Male; 27; 5570 Kingery Rd.,
)d Dr., ,Milton, FL; Possess of Weapon
Toward or Ammo by Corfvicted FLA
it Harm. Felon, Veh, Theft-Grand 3rd
Degree. 8/15/06
r Ryan; Lawyer II, Timothy
luemsey Frederick; Male: 23; 6875 Hwy.
probation' 89, Milton, FL; Battery-Touch
0;6 or Strike (domestic violence'.
\\alter: Burgl of D\elling Unarmed No
as Trail. Asslt or Batt, Lare-Petil Ist
Against Offense. 8/15/06
Elderl Soles. Jr. . Ronald Leslie:
(5 cts.). Male. 29; 7037 Webster St,
Nat arre. FL: Larc-Theft is $300
Aher R.; or More But Less Than $5.000.
eek Rd., Stolen Prop-Dealing in Stolen
Property. 8/15/06
Scott, Michael James;
NMale:; 28: 4072 Scottsdale Ave..
Pace. FL: 20K Dollars Less
S, Than 100 K Dollars. 8/15/06
Johns, Leo Sanford: Male;
35; 6049 Kingswood- Dr.,
Milton. FL; Probaition
Violation-Felony. 8/15/06
Carnell, Brian, Archie;
Male; 20; 5220 Carousel Lane,
Crestview, FL: Dri\e While Lic
Susp Habitual Offender, Burgl
ch of Structure Conme\ance
eaj-" U narmed W/O Person Inside,
Larc-Perit 1st Offense. Resist
2 Officer-Obstruct \\/O Violence
8/16/06
Flores. Maranda Sirrnions,
' .Female: 27:; 5667 Cresmtood
Dr., NMion, FL;, Burgl of
-' Sirucure Con\e\ance Linarmied
' \WO Person Inside (7 cts.),
Larceny Theft is $300 or More
But Less 'Than $5.000 (11 ects.).
",..,, Burgl of Unoccupied Duelling:
\uin,.. Unarmed No Asslt/Batt (4 cts).'
Sp'r, 8/16/07)7
Fray, Alex Roddale'; Male;
23; 827 -Lucerne Ave.,
Pensacola, FL; Failure to
Appear For Felony Offense.
8/16/06
Jennings,. Mark Kevin;
Male; 43; -X63 Shell Rd.,
Milton. FL; Burgl of Dwelliing
Unarmed No Asslt or Batt,
Larc-Petit 1st Offense. 8/16/06
McOuigg, April 'Sheri;
Female; 35; 4455 Oak Forest
Dr., Milton, FL; Possess
Cocaine, Marijuana Possess
Not More Than 20 Grams,
Narcotic Equip-Possess And Or
Use. 8/16/06
Rogers. Jr., James Ray;
Male; 33; 1502 Zenda St.,


Pensacola, FL; Larc-Theft is
$300 or More But Less Than
$5,000. 8/16/06
Salter, Billy Jo; Male; 31;
1852 Kell Rd., Gulf Breeze,
FL; Hit & Run-Fail To Stop
Remain at Crash Involving
Injury. 8/16/06
Walders, Benjamin
McKinley;- Male;. 26;. 6412
Simpson Dr., Milton, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony.
8/16/06
Parkerson - Varna,
Rebecca Jean; 4019 Chickadee
St., Milton, FL; Larc-Petit 1st
Offense, Forgery of Alter
Public Record Certificate Etc.
(4 cts.), Fraud-Utter False
Instrument (3 cts.), Fraud-
Impersonate Use/Poss ID of
Another Person W/O Consent
(15 cts.), Counterfeiting of
Public Record Certificate Etc.
(15 Cts.). 8/16/06
Flores, Kerry Shane; Male;
26; 4429 Conifers St., Milton,
FL; Burglary of Structure
Conveyance Unarmed W/O
Person Inside (7 cts.), Larc-
Over $300 Under $5,000 (11
cts.), Burgl of Unoccupied
Dwelling Unarmed .No
Asslt/Batt (4 cts.). 8/16/06
Ricks, Jerry Bruce; Male;
35; 4293 Seaport Rd., Pace, FL;
Fugitive From Justice. 8/16/06
Burkhart, Dennis Ray;
Male; 35; 6931 Dorsey Ln.,
Milton, FL; Sex Offender
'Violations-Fail to Report or
Respond to Address
Verifications. 8/17/06r
Delap, Heather Marie;
Female; 21; Homeless;
Possession . Counterfeited
Drivers License or ID Card (3
cts.), Burgl . of Structure
Conveyance Unarmed W/O
Persons Inside, Larc-Over $300
Under $5000, Fraud-Utter False
Instrument (5 cts.), Forgery of-
Alter Bank Bill Note Check
Draft (4 cts.). 8/17/06
McCorkindale, Alison
Paige; Female; 25; 4431
whisper r Dr., Pensacola, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony.
8/1,7/06
Salter II, Andrew William;
Male; 19; 6217 Aster St.,
Milton, FL; Probation
.Violaiion-Felon\. 8/17/06 ,.
Parkerson-Varna,
Rebecca Jean; Female; 38;,
4019 Chickadee St., Milton,
FL; Fraud-Utter False
Instrument. No Booking Date
Given.
Flores, Kerry Shane; Male;
No Age Given; 4429 Conifers
St., Milton, FL; Burglary of
Unoccupied Dwelling Unarmed
No Asslt/Batt. (4 cts.), Larceny-
-Over $300 Under $5000 (5
cts.), Burglary of Structure
Conveyance Unarmed W/O
Person Inside (7 cts.), Larceny-
Petit Theft (6 cts.). No Booking
,Date Given.
Flores, Maranda Simmons;
Female; No Age Given; 5667
Crestwood Dr., Milton, FL;
Burglary of Unoccupied
Dwelling Unarmed No


Asslt/Batt. (4 cts.), Larceny-;
Over $300 Under $5000 (5'
cts.), Burglary of Structure,
Conveyance Unarmed W/O:
Person Inside (7 cts.), Larceny-i"
Petit Theft (6 cts.). No Booking
Date Given.
Kightlinger, Connie;
LeAnn; Female; 22; 6655'
Ridgecrest Dr., Milton, FL;,
Battery on Officer Firefighter;
EMT Etc., Resist Officer-
Obstruct W/O Violence.
8/17/06
Thompson, Darla Kaye;:
Female; 33; 2499 Centerlirie'
Rd., Harris, TX; Fugitive From
Justice. No Booking Date
Given.
Sheppard, Christina
Juliette; Female; 25; 3912
Paradise Bay, Gulf Breeze, FL;
DUI. 8/17/06
Jordan, Shawn Lee; Male;
36; 6674 Dalisa Rd., Milton,
FL; Public Order Crimes-St
Emergency Engage Contracting
Busn W/O Certif, Larc-Over
$10,000 Under $20,000, Fraud-
Swindle-Obtain Property Over
$20,000 Under $50,000.
8/16/06
Benson, Mary Beth;
Female; 56; 8850 Antietam Rd.,
Milton, FL; Fugitive From
Justice. 8/18/06
Bond, Sherri Melinda;.,
Female; 35; 4497 Copperwood
Place, Pace, FL; Vehicle Theft- ,
Grana 3rd Degree, Cocaine-
Possession, Narcotic
Equipment-Possession and or
use. 8/19/06
Bond, Tammy Renee;
Female; 32; 191 Camelia St.,
Gulf Breeze, FL; Aggrav
Battery-DV-Cause Bodily
Harm or Disability. 8/20/06
Bryant, ' Christopher
Delaine; Male; 18; 7251 East
Bay Blvd., Navarre, FL; Drugs j
Possess New Legend W/O
Prescription, Cocaine
Possession, Narcotic
Equipment-Possession and or
use (2 cts.). 8/18/06
Fahey, Jennifer Lynn;
Female; 26; 2870 Villa Woods
Cir., Gulf Breeze, FL; Fraud-
Insuff Funds Check-Make Utter'
Issue $150 or Over. 8/20/06
Goodyear, Michael Alan;'
Male; 41; 6111 Carroll Rd.,
Milton, FL; Aggrav Battery-
D/V-Cause Bodily Harm or
Disability. 8/19/06
Harris, Charles Bascom;
Male; 33; 8573 Hwy 87,
Milton, FL; Nonmoving Traffic
Viol-Expired Mtr Veh Reg Over
6 Mos Subsq. Off, Nonmoving
Traffic Viol-Drive. While Lic
Susp Habitual Offender.
8/20/06
Moorer, Derrick Lamar;.
Male; 24; 6539 Pinto Ave.,,
Milton, FL; Neglect Child:
Without Great Harm (4 cts.)
8/20/06


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Thp R~ant; RnesiPr~ess Gaztte


Wednesday August 30, 2006 1..e OdIJ,,..Ubdrtb dV


For 22 cents a day, less than half a cup
of coffee we can improve the roads
of Santa Rosa County!


* City of Gulf Breeze
* Town of Jay
* City of Milton
1'Plas help us make our roadways[


Fact #1:


Fact #2:


Fact #3:


The penny will improve traffic congestion
across Santa Rosa County by funding
the following projects:-
1. An east/west connector for residents of
Navarre and Holley By The Sea as an
alternate to US 98.


2. Widening of half of East Bay Boulevard
to four lanes.
3. Improvements to Five Points
Intersection and widening of
Woodbine Road to four lanes.
4. A new road in the vicinity of Bell Lane
from US 90 to Willard Norris Road.
Additionally, sidewalks and multi-use
paths throughout the county in
heavily congested areas.
The penny will provide enough funds
to compete, for federal, state, and other
construction funds:
5. US 90 through/around
downtown Milton.
6. SR 87 N. evacuation route.
7. SR 87 connector.
Also, Gulf Breeze, Milton, and Jay
will receive a portion of the
revenues for projects within
their city limits.


Improving our roads will improve
critical emergency response times.


Fact #4: New roads and road capacity
improvements will enhance safety
during emergency evacuation orders.


All the money from the penny will
stay right here in Santa Rosa County
to improve our quality of life.


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Legend. Escamt. * '
Capacity Projects To Be
Funded by Referendum
(Dashed Lines Represent
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Projects to,be Funded by Fed,-'i Eii
Funds and County-Collecte- Frar..:r,,- .'
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AUGUST 30. 2006


PAGE4A UHE ANTAROSXPRES GAETT


Listen closely to


candidates, then


make a decision
Between now and Sept. 5, Santa Rosa County
voters must exercise their right to decide who they
want to run both our state, county and municipal
governments.
It is important that we, as registered voters,
know the candidates running for the various posi-
tions from Governor all the way down to the local
positions such as Milton's Mayor and County
Commissioners.
We also must choose the candidates of our
choice for not only two judicial positions, but the
School Board as well.
Also on this year's primary election ballot,
we'll be asked to decide on what we firmly believe
is critical for the future of our county-the pro-
posed penny increase in the sales tax for our roads.
While we traditionally never endorse candi-
dates running for public office, it is clear to us that
this,sales tax for roads plays a critical role in the
financial plan for Santa Rosa County's future.
As has been repeatedly pointed out by many in
the know throughout the county, this needed
source of revenue will insure the necessary fund-
ing for critical road projects which must be
addressed-not only today, but also in the years to
come.
We can no longer expect or demand property
taxes alonebe the primary source of meeting our
county's serious needs.
While a portion of property taxes will contin-
ue to be a needed source of county revenue, we all
must accept other alternatives such as the newly-
imposed. impact fees and this one-cent hike in the
sales tax.
If we fail to give our county leaders these
financial options, we all must recognize the frus-'
trations we now are experiencing will only worsen.
Placing further demands on property taxes
alone will only result in county planners propos-
ing-and possibly instituting-higher rates to
meet the pressing demand. of growth in our coun-
ty.
We must give our elected county leaders the
tools they need to do the job we, 'as taxpayers,
expect and demand.
The penny sales tax issue is fair and makes
everyone chip in to get the job done.
In casting our vote in this primary, we strong-
ly suggest everyone look very closely at the candi-
dates, listen to what they have to offerand educate
ourselves to the point of selecting those we feel are
strong enough to deal with not only the critical
needs of our own county, but the entire state.
We have numerous options in regard to the
candidates running for the various offices this year,
and while all are talking the talk, we must identify
those who can also walk the walk.
This is our future we're talking about and it is
important we play a critical role in the leadership
of our city, county and state.
We feel we have a unique opportunity here and
encourage all registered voters to participate.
Don't forget. You can even vote in advance.
Early voting began' last week arid continues
through this week.


AUGUST 30, 2006


Gii6teiTe
VOL. 99, NO. 44
Serving Milton, Pace, Jay
Holley-Navarre, Gulf Breeze
& surrounding communities
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Habitat says thanks for help.


FM: BETTY SALTER
President, Habitat for Humanity Board
Dear Editor:
Mere words cannot express our heartfelt appreci-
ation for the wonderful spread of photos and write-up
you gave us in your paper on Wednesday, August 16.
We are so proud of the Chief Petty Officers and
Chief Petty Officer Selectees who worked on the two
houses in Milton, enduring very hot weather. In spite
of that fact, they completely framed and roofed both
houses. Our hats are off to them, each and every .one.
I can't tell \ :u ho. muiuch the publicity you gave
us that day helps to inspire people to-give physically,
financially, prayerfully, to further our Mission and
Goal-to eradicate, substandard housing from Santa
Rosa and Escambia Counties.


Can someone explain this?

FM: SHARON LANGSTON
Dear Editor:
Can you explain why Kevin McCarty, Florida
Insurance Commissioner, Thursday rejected a request
by Citizens Property Insurance for a raise in rates and,
instead, ordered them to LOWER homeowners rates
by 32% and mobile home rates by 15%?
Remember, EVERY policy, holder in Florida has
to pay an additional percent of our premiums to keep
Citizens afloat because of the losses from the last hur-
ricanes because of too-low premiums.
Now, on the other hand, why are requests for 50-
60% increases granted to private insurance compa-
nies? To my mind, Florida policyholders are being
fleeced twice.
Something is rotten in Tallahassee. What say you?
Please do as I have done and let your thoughts be
known in Tallahassee and your'communities.
Remember this is an election year and those who
are not up this, year will be up soon.
It is not just your vote that counts, but your time
to speak your mind to let those who think the little
people don't matter feel the power of the many.


Reader knows how he will vote
FM: DENNIS McVEHIL
Dear Editor:
In May, I addressed the Santa Rosa County
Commission specifically about the one-cent sales tax
and their future road improvements.
I also asked to see published, a list of all road
improvements accomplished in the last six years.
After the meeting, Mr. Tom Stewart gave me, a suc-
cinct look at future road plans.
On May 27, you addressed mine and others' con-
cerns with a column "Use Caution." On August 19,
you published "The Story of the Little Red Hen."
All of the following information,comes from san-
tarosafl.gov website, specifically, road and bridge
special revenue fund.
From fiscal year 1999 to fiscal year 2004, Santa
Rosa County has received, on average, $10.8 million
for the road and bridge special revenue fund. On aver-
age, they have spent $10.3 million each year.
Of those funds, $4.27 million were' used for
salary; $4.9 million for operating expenses and the
remainder for capital outlay (heavy equipment, 'SUVs,
pick up trucks, etc.), public safety, interfund transfers
and reserves.
A breakdown of operating expenses shows about


40 to -50 items ranging trom advertising (zero dollars)
to paving projects (anywhere from $1 to $1.7 mil-
lion.)
We also find the number of employees has
increased from 105 in lis'cal ', ae 1999 to 122 in fiscal
year 2004. Today, there are 138.
The glaring result is that less than .50 percent of
the revenue for road,and bridge repair actually makes
it to road linmpt' emerit ajid repair. Tl.it e\p.lirin why
so little work has occurred since 1999.
Please look at the budget breakdowns closer
because I don't have.the time to explain some of the
operating expenses (like why they spend over
$20,000 a year on operator tools/small equipment.) ;
And so, I look to the' supporters of the one-cent
sales tax and ask, how in the world do you suppose by'
adding more. roads to maintain will we be able to
repair them in 15 to 20 years? Perhaps we should just
make the tax a nickel, build a courthouse, build a
bypass or town, while we continue to add Lowes,
Target, numerous strip malls and child care centers
along the most heavily traveled Highway 90 (which,
by the' way, is not in any plan whether county or state,
for upgrading until 2020.)
As far as I can tell, the main retail district in Santa
Rosa County is Highway 90 from Pea Ridge to Pace.-
And oh, by the way, this has been accomplished with-
, in the last four or five years.
After.receiving my 'opinion paper' from the com-
mission yesterday on why I should pay a new tax (it
is their idea), I've decided how I will vote. Just think,
it may be only another 20 years before the next imme-
diate problem is addressed.

If you're a free-thinker...read on
FM: W.O. JONES
Dear Editor:
This is only for those who are free thinkers and
are not lead around by the nose and/or who believe
everything the local powers-that-be tell them.
For the objective, free thinkers, consider the fol-
lowing:
You need to vote for those now feeding at the
public trough if you agree with the massive increase
in spending of your money. Now they want $120.6
million. What about the new disclosed increase in
money they found?
If you agree with the un-planned-for growth in
Santa Rosa County, i.e., roads.
If you agree with the reported arrogance of the
commission by a Santa Rosa County watchdog.
If you 'agree with the Santa Rosa County
Commissioners that 80% will not answer a simple
question posed to them in writing and 100% of the
.School Board would not answer also.
If you agree with the tricky way the commission-
ers decided to put another tax on you in the primary
with a 'lower turnout than the general election in
November, vote for them.
Before you do so, pull up an article by the daily
paper entitled "Santa Rosa officials ponder question
as coffers get big boost."
In this article, the sheriff is also asking for a big
piece of the taxpayer's pie.
On WEAR TV, there was a segment detailing that
the sheriff bought a trailer that will only be used sev-
eral times a year for some $285,000. Wow.
So, based on all of these items, Why not vote in
some new people as you might get some in office who
actually read what they are spending your money on
and someone who might ask some tough questions.
Good luck.


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You Spoke Out,

Santa Rosa... ,
Sunday, 2:27 p.m.
This is Bill. In response to the
Aug. 26 letter on. the county
paving. East Spencer Field Road,,,
one person said there were 10
men and only one had a shovel. I
would suggest, next time, take a
picture and put a caption "your
tax dollars at work."

Sunday, 8:47 a.m. '
I was wondering why wet
have Black American Week, but
no days for the whites. I think that
would be nice.

Saturday, 4:29 p.m.
This is James. I would just..
like to comment on all the trash
thrown out on James Street. They_
don't pay any taxes, but throw allI
their trash out in that area. Wh\'
don't people clean up their o,' n
neighborhood? ,

Saturday, 11:43 a.m.
This is Carol in Pace. A few.
weeks ago, I read, if the county
pays money now to fix state-
roads,, it will be repaid. Now, 1.'
hear if the .county works, to. fix
Avalon Bl'.d. now, it will lose.
state funding. Was the first state-:
ment false? I'm voting no.

Saturday, 11:08 a.m.
This is Jesse. I want to talk:
about the guy who said he' hai
lived on a dirt road for so many
years. If we don't buy access for'
boat ramps, there will be no place
for the elderly or the next genera-,
tion to fish. We need places like
this for recreation. I say thanks to
the county for buying the access
to the boat ramp.

Saturday, 10:54 a.m.
It is amazing how many peo-
ple say they will vote no for the-
one cent sales tax. After the elec-'
tion, they will be the first folks,
showing up asking why their,
roads are in such bad, shape.
People are just amazing.

Saturday, 9:19 a.m.
I took advantage of early vot-
ing for the first time last week. I-
think that is a wonderful thing-
and wonder why it took so long_
for that idea to be formulated. It'
sure makes things easier.














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Local


Ambulance firm donates to memorial


B . LYNNE HOUGH
P ess Gazette Staff Writer
Rural Metro Ambulance is
donating $6,500 toward the
Purple Heart memorial at Santa
Rosa's Veterans' Plaza.
Bryan Gibson, president of
the Rural Metro Southern
Emergency Group, traveled
from out-of-state to appear at
the Thursday presentation
before the Santa Rosa County
Commission.
Commander Bill Everett of
the local chapter of the Military
Order of the Purple Heart was
also on hand. Everett has been
injured in combat numerous
times. He spoke publicly,
thanking Rural Metro for the
contribution. Openly touched
by the gesture, Everett said,
"Erecting the monument in a
location with such ambience
will provide family and friends
a serene place to pay respects to
those who were inured or killed
in combat."
Everett appeared before the


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Commission last month to offer
information about the monu-
ment and to thank County lead-
ers for their support.
Commissioner Don Salter
says it is the first Purple Heart
Monument in the State to be
.placed in an existing Veterans'
Memorial. Other monuments
around Florida were erected to
stand alone.
Salter noted, "This monu-
ment is a small way Santa Rosa
County and our patriotic resi-
dents can thank those who were
injured while fighting for our
freedom, and we are-thankful to
Rural Metro for stepping up to
honor these wounded veterans."


The Purple Heart monu-
ment is scheduled for a dedica-
tion ceremony on Veteran's
Day, this year.
Sponsorships are welcome.
Please call (850) 626-7292.
Written by Lynne Hough.
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Reble.
Secondly, Reble continues,
gas vapors are heavier than air.
Vapors escape from containers
and lay on the floor and migrate
out. Any type of spark from
water heater pilots, motors on,
dryers, small engines or even
your vehicle can cause ignition.
Reble encourages residents
to purchase metal safety gas
cans. According to Reble, the
Cans have a spring-loaded
spout, which allows the can to
release pressure and hold


vapors. Reble notes this can
"will hold up to heat better, and
burps up pressure.''
. .Storage is best outside of
your home within a shed with
no possible ignition source.
"We can deal with shed
fires more easily than home
fires. Storing gas within the
home is going to result in some-
one's death," says Reble.,
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By DIANE SCOTT
Candidate, School Board, Dist. 1
Santa Rosa County has an
"A" school system. The super-
intendent, administrators,
teachers, support personnel,
pArents, volunteers, and our
children, have worked hard for
ofir "A." I will continue that
tradition of excellence, while
focusing on the future.
What makes me different
and worthy of your vote? Most
importantly, I'm a mom with a
6th grader in King Middle
School. School board decisions
affect me directly. FCAT and
late busses 'are h ot just head-
lines to nie. Like you, I live it.
I'm an educator. I hold a
doctorate, degree and teach at
UWF. I understand the chal-
ldnges and rewards of teaching,
afid the value of a quality edu-
cation.
I'm an experienced admin-
istrator and have directed large
Department of Defense pro-
grams. I'm a strategic planner,
and have created and lived
within tight budgets.
What about my background
and beliefs? My husband is the
sixth generation of our family
to put down roots in Santa Rosa
County. He is a retired military
officer and we moved home in
1999 after a 21-year military
career. While we were away, I
raised my family and continued
my education. Wartime mis-
sions took my husband away
for long periods of time. That
gives me a unique understand-
ing of the special challenges
faced by military families and
single parents. I share ihe con-
servative values of this commu-
nity, but I can also draw on
experiences from other commu-
nities and countries.
I respect opposing views.


DIANE SCOTT


With me on your school board,
your voice will be heard and
your opinion will be valued.
You will never be ridiculed or
chastised just because, we dis-
agree.
Our school board faces dif-
ficult issues.. What do I see as
the most pressing and how,
specifically, will I meet the
challenges?
First, maintaining quality
in the face of growth is criti-
cal. The nationwide teacher
shortage may first affect us
locally. As we add schools and
classrooms to accommodate
growth and the class size
amendment, we need more
teachers. At some point, we will
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retain quality teachers and
administrators, we must com-
pensate them adequately and
promote their professional
development.
Secondly, I will conserva-
tively manage your tax dol-
lars to meet the obligations cre-
ated by the class size amend-'
ment and rapid growth.,
Fortunately, growth has also
fueled an increase in property
values. Impact fees, land set
asides, extending the ? cent
sales tax for schools, and the
revenue from increased proper-
ty value, should provide needed
funds. I also support partner-
ships with businesses and edu-
cational institutions to obtain
grants, to share resources and to
develop more joint use facili-
ties.
Third, I will promote
internet safety. The internet is
a powerful educational tool, but
children must also be aware of
its risks. Potential, harm can
arise from online predators,
identity theft, and the long-term
consequences of information
posted on-line.
On September 5th, look for
differences, specifics, and rele-
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District J. Visit my website at
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Air Products announced
last week it has signed a defini-
tive agreement to sell its amines
business to Taminco, one of the
world's largest producers of
methylamines and methylamine
derivatives.
Methrylamines are used in
household, industry and agri-
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year 2006, according to offf-
cials with the company, encom-
passes several production facil-
ities including the one in Pace.
. There are approximately 77
employees directly associated
with the Pace facility and all
will continue with Taminco,
according to Air Products offi-


cials.
An Air Products spokesman
says the company will continue
to own the land where the
amines business is located. Two
other sections of Air Products
will remain under its operation:
the research section and the
hydrogen terminal. The eighty-


five people working in the two,
combined businesses will cori-
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Air. products and Taminco:
expect the sale, which is subject,-
to regulatory approvals and cus-
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completed by the end of
September.


Ice


Continued From Page One.
obstacle. His idea is to make a,
way fot ice production as soon
as. power is available after a
disaster.
Parent Company, Ice House
America, LLC, has approached
FEMA for a program involving
a take over in the,event of a nat-
ural disaster.



Dry run
Continued From Page One.
still have non-perishable -food
and water on the shelves, many
believe Emrnesto was a good
practice run for residents.
Experts say if hurricane
supplies haven't already been
purchased, they need to be.
Rushing out the next time Santa


"I don't know the status on
the operation, but I know it's
being looked into. It would be
an excellent arrangement on the
Gulf Coast and they would be
deployed all over," says Mast.
The new business offers
another twist-gasoline . sav-
ings.
Mast notes, since the ice is


Rosa County finds a hurricane
aimed its way is not an example,.
of "being prepared." officials
say. '
.Santa Rosa Emergenc\.
management officials say the
County remained at a level
three monitoring until
Hurricane Emesto passed Cuba.


Contest could yield bucks


On August 8, the Veteran's
of Foreign Wars Post 4833 and
the Ladies Auxiliary delivered"
applications for students in Pre-
K through high school to partic-

VFW Post 4833
plans ceremony
The Veterans of Foreign
War Post 4833 and the Ladies
Auxiliary will be, hosting a,
POW/MIA Ceremony, to show
support for their comrades
missing or still held prisoner of
war.
The ceremony , ill be held
at the group's Post home on
Saturday. September 16 at 2
p.m. The post is located off
Avalon, approximately ? mile
before Highway 90. Traveling
on I-10 get off at the Avalon
Exit.
Jack Oyster, a veteran of
the 34th Bomb Group, who was.
shot down and a POW at Stalag
Luft #4, will be the guest speak-
er.
The group invites the com-
munity to attend the ceremony.


ipate' in,. coloring, 'drawing,
Patriot's Pen and the Voice of
DemocracN contests.
Available for elementary
children are coloring; drawing
and essay contests.
Applications for the Patriot's
Pert contest are available at the
middle school level while the
Voice of Democracy award is
worth a $30,000 scholarship
and the Patriotic Art contest is
worth a $10.000 bond. It could
be ,one of 5our children who
win these contests.
, Last. year, Rhodes
Elementary School student
Drewd. Jones won the coloring
contest at State Le el %which
netted"his family a trip to OcalaT
to receive his award of $250.
Other awards were given to
Drew at the local level as well.
Applications are available
to all Santa Rosa County stu-
dents, including home school
students. If your child has not
received an .application at
school and you would like for
him/her to participate, contact
Audrey Goodman at 623-9842
or Ray Bann at 623-4833.


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produced "on-site," gasoline is-
not wasted on a fleet of vehicles
to get the bagged ice to store$,
across the area.
"The only need for our ice-
house is water and electric,
ty.. .two utilities which are rela-
tively clean.
Reach writer at:
, holt@sr-pg.cone


Public Information Officer,
Romi White says county emer-
gency management leaders are,
participating in a state \ ide con-
ferencing event unul they no
longer feel it is necessary.
"We don't perceive it as a
threat," White says. "But we're,
not going to let our guard,
down,"
Story written by Lynne
Hough. Reach her at '
hough@ sr-pg.com
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Skate
Continued From Page One,
Tour, . exciting youth and
encouraging them with a posi-
tive message. The event is free.
The premier of the movie'
'Kaleidoscope,' a full-length,
skateboard movie produced byi
Steelroois, % ill be shown to the'
youth attending. The aim is to!
provide challenge and encour-l
agement to today's youth.
Mulder and Tim Tim _\lL
be judging a skateboarding
competition. The Best Tric�
competition has a grand priz�
of $1,000 in cash, with othen
prizes for competitors arid non-s
competitors. J
Waters is excited about the
professional skaters testimonies
being delivered to the youth. I
"They're going to hear thd
gospel from their heroes," ,ass
Waters.
Morgan's friends and family
ly have accumulated thousand'
of dollars to fund the skate
park. They've sold tee shirtA
and armbands, held garage
sells, and sold baked goods.
One hundred percent of the proc
ceeds raised by Morgan at Thl
Reveal Tour will go toward th
building of the skate park. Both
Waters and Morgan are work-
ing to find donors for a raffle of
skateboards, skate tools an4
various miscellaneous skater
needs.
"It's a wonderful way t6
channel our energies toward
Steven. It's good to take your
grief and make something goot
come out of a terrible tragedy.'
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Santa Rosa County Commisson
Dist. 2
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*Requested /Receiyed $14 million for Improvements to Avalon Blvd.
-Completed East Milton Gymnasium
*Bagdad Community Center... Start to Finish
*Introduced Bio-Diesel Fuel to SRC Public Works for 25% reduction in air pollution
*Public Servant through 2 MAJOR Hurricanes (IVAN & DENNIS)
-Certified County Commissioner
*Current Chairman of the Board
*Active Member of Pine Terrace Baptist Church & Gideons International
*Santa Rosa County Resident Since 1971
*Married to Sheila for 33 Years'* 4 children and 5 grandchildren
I will continue to listen to the VOTER'S VOICE!
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Community Briefs


Open House
scheduled
An Open House will be
held Saturday, September 2
from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.
at 514 N. DeVillers Street.
There will be food, fun,
entertainment, education and
free sickle cell screening.
Open to the public. There will
also be a softball tournament
held at Quintette Park.
For more information call
393-2078.

Parent & Child
Services to meet
The Early Learning
Coalition of Santa Rosa


County, Inc. Parent and Child
Services Committee will meet
on Thursday, September 7th
from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
at the Berryhill Complex
Conference Room B.
All meetings are open to
the public.
For additional information,
call Melissa Bracken or
Suzanne Harrison at 626-2212.

City of Milton
Notice of Meeting
The City ' of Milton's
Physical Plant & Insurance
Committee will meet on
Wednesday, September 6, 2006
at 9:00 a.m. in Conference


Room B of City Hall, 6738
Dixon Street. All meetings are
open to the public. For further
information on the meeting,
contact the City Manager's
Office at 983-5411.

Evening hike
in Milton
Join the Western Gate
Chapter of the Florida Trail
Association for a free evening
hike around downtown Milton
Friday, September 1, 2006 at
6:00 p.m.
There will be a dinner fol-
lowing the hike at. Mr.
Manatee's.
RSVP at 484-9111 or at


http://westgate.floridatrail.org.

Community
Cookout planned
Santa Rosa Minority
HIV/AIDS Task Force is hav-
ing a Community Cookout
Friday, September 1, 2006
from 4:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.
at 7537 Highway 90 East in
Milton.
There will be free food,
drinks, testing and door prizes.


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Sapphire is the traditional birthstone
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Its was the royal gem to protectkings
and potentates )against harm anli
envy. It was regarded as the best
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Persianr belicsed that the earth ret-
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which was reflected to make the sky
look blue. Also, Sapphire was long
considered to symbol of truth and
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Sapphire was thought to have strong
medicinal powers. One ancient
writer wrote, "The Figure of a ram or
a bearded man engraved on a
Sapphire has power to cure a person
from many ailments and to free him
from poison and demons." At one
time. 'applure was credited with the
power to remove impurities and for-
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used an oval of the Oriental Sapphire
for the " touching the eye." Von
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cologists with Sacred Heart
Medical Group are providing a
new vaccine that protects
women and girls against the
virus responsible for 70 percent
of cervical cancers.
The new vaccine, called
Gardasil, is the first vaccine
approved for Human
Papilloma Virus (HPV). It,
must be given in three separate.
injections over, a six-month
period.
The.vaccine has been shown
to be nearly 100 percent effec-
five against four strains of
Human Papilloma Virus (HPV)
which cause most cervical can-
cers and also genital warts.
The Centers for Disease.
Control and Prevention (CDC)
recommends that all females as
young as 9-years-old or as old
-as 26 should get the vaccine.
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"There are about 10,000
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Researchers are studying the
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Although the vaccine, -made
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Community


Rural/Metro Ambulance in
Santa Rosa County is becom-
ling a friend to the environ-
ment. Beginning August 24,
2006 Rural/Metro Ambulance
will be cutting it's diesel fuel
use by beginning to use a new
bio-diesel fuel. Join us August
24, 2006 at 2:00 p.m. at
Rural/Metro Ambulance as-
Commissioner Bob Cole helps
us fuel up the first tank of this
environmentally friendly fuel.'


.Bio-diesel is a new fuel"
made -primarily, from soybeans
grown right here in Santa Rosa
County. The fuel works the
same as diesel, but doesn't cre-
ate . dangerous emissions.
Rising fuel costs and the need
to conserve energy have forced
researchers to look for new
ways to fuel cars and trucks.
The new fuel runs about $2.68
to $2.70 a gallon and will offer
a small savings. But, there are
additional benefits besides sav-
ing money. "Bio-diesel is an.
excellent lubricant for diesel


engines and as a result it may
actually extend the life of our
vehicles," says Market
General Manager James
Chalmers. "It's also a way for
us to have a significant impact
on the local economy since the
ingredients needed to make
this fuel are grown by local
farmers."
Rural/Metro Ambulance
uses 4,000 to 5,000 gallons of
diesel fuel a month. We will
begin carrying the bio-diesel
fuel on site. Rural/Metro will
slowly phase out regular diesel


as bio-diesel becomes more
available at local service sta-'
tions. "We have an incredible ''
opportunity to buy fuel right
here and help local farmers ,,'
while 'becoming less depend-,.
ent on foreign fuel suppliers," -'.
says' Chalmers. "We are. also' .
happy to be able to do some- -,
thing that could eventually-,
stop the damage caused by the-.
threat of global warming,"
RJural/Metro Ambulance is r,
proud to serve the citizens of'
Santa Rosa County for the last
10 years.


Covenant Hospice seeking development volunteers ,


Milton, , FL- Covenant
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volunteerss who 'are interested
in planning special events and
fundraisers for 'Covenant
Hospice. Volunteer meetings
%\ill be held once a month at
lunchtime for those v, ho are
interested.
Volunteers with experience
or interest in event planning
sales. marketing or pubic rela-
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FSU physicist helps put a most famous equation to the test


TALLAHASSEE, Fla.-
Possibly the best-known equa-
tion in all of science is Albert
Einstein's famous "E=mc2,"'
which expresses that mass and
energy are 'really different
forms of the same think. If the
century-old equation were
even slightly incorrect, the
repercussions for modern
physics would be enormous.
There's no need to worry,
though. Florida State
University physicist Edmund.
G. Myers has collaborated with
scientists from the
Massachusetts Institute of
Technology, the National
Institute of Standards and
Technology, the Institut Laue-
Langevin (France) and the
University of Oxford
(England) to confirm that
E=mc2 is true to the within 4
tenths of 1 part per million, or
0.00004 percent-the most
precise test of the equation ever
conducted.
"Science has no such things
as orthodoxy-- everything
must be tested by experiment."
Myers said of the scienti is'
work. "Einstein's theones have
great mathematical beauty and,
have indeed stood the. test of
time. But the history of physics.
shows that progress -often
results from small discrepan-
cies bertxeen accurate experi-
ment and current theory. In.
fact, Einstein's own work is a
good case in point."
Einstein's equation, pub-


lished in October 1905,' shows
that it takes very little mass to
generate a tremendous amount
of energy. In E=mc2, the "E"
stands for energy, the "m"'
stands for inertial, mass, and
"c2" stands for the speed of
light multiplied by itself.
E=mc2, therefore, means that
the- energy contained within
something is equal to its inass
times the speed of light
squared. This is no small num-
ber; the speed of light is
approximately 186,000 miles
per second, so the energy
equivalent of 1 gram of matter
is 25 million kilowatt hours!
Einstein's equation gave sci-
ence a radically different view
of the physical nature of both
mass and energy. In due course,
it led to the realization that
huge amounts of energy are lib-.
erated in nuclear reactions and
explained why our sun is able
to keep radiating energy bil-
lions of years, without quickly
running out of fuel..
To test E=mc2, Myers and
his colleagues worked in two
groups. One group, working at
a nuclear reactor in France,
measured the energy ("E") lib-,
erated when neutrons were
"captured" by nuclei of silicon
and sulfur tb form different iso-
topes. They did this using high-
precision crystal diffraction to
determine the energies of the
gamma rays emitted.
Meanwhile, in 'Cambridge,


Mass., Myers arid his MIT col-
leagues measured the mass dif-
ferences between the silicon
and sulfur isotopes-to a
world-record precision-using
a special device called a
Penning trap mass spectrome-
ter. This provided the "m."
Using Einstein's equation,
the mass of a nucleus, after cap-
turing an' additional neutron,
should be equal to the nucleus's
original mass plus the mass of
the captured neutron, minus the
energy of the gamma radiation
emitted. That is indeed what
Myers and his colleagues
found-to within 0.00004 per-
cent. The final results were 55
times more accurate than previ-
ous tests of E=mc2 and were
published in Nature, one of the
world's most prestigious scien-
tific journals. The publication
was timed for the, end of
2005-thus marking the, 100th
anniversary of Einstein's annus
mirabilis ("miraculous ear"i
and the World Year of Physics.
The Penning trap used in this
ork \\ as developed over a
period of 18 years bN the MIT
group led bN physicist Da\ id E.
Pritchard. The %world-record
precision %�as obtained using a
newly developed technique in
which the two ions being com-
pared ,,are' simultaneously
trapped in the Penning trap.
(Incidentally, one of the MIT
researchers most responsible.
.for this development, James K.
Thompson, received his bache-


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lor's and master's degrees at
FSU before moving to MIT.)
The.E=mc2 test also represent-
ed the last work with this sys-
tem at MIT; thanks to a prior
agreement with Pritchard, the
spectrometer since has been
relocated to FSU -under the
direction of Myers.
"The scientific method is go
valuable to society because
even the most well-accepted
theories will be changed if new
tests show that they are wrong,
even in the slightest," said
Professor David Van Winkle,
chairman of FSU's physics
department. "We are privileged
to have scientist such as Dr.
Edmund Myers performing
such careful and fundamental
experiments right here at
FSU."


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Log-A-Load for Kids pre-
sented a check for $53,745 to
Sacred .Heart Children's
Hospital on Thursday, Aug. 24,
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


The Santa Rosa County
Public Services Department
announces that Daniel Hahn
has . been selected as
"Employee of the Quarter."
. According to Tony
Gomillion, Director of Public
Services, "Daniel has done an
exceptional job in a short peri-
od of time. From day one he
has been hard at work and con-
tinues to produce at a high
level. We're very fortunate to
have him as part of our team."
; Hahn, a 22-year veteran of
the U.S. Army, relocated to the
area in March after retiring
from a prestigious military
career which included service
in the Gulf War. His final
assignment was as instructor at
the Special Forces Qualifying
Course at Ft. Bragg in North
Carolina.


Ask Ole'


Chief

"Chief, VA told' me I
would not receive my cloth-
ing allowance this month
(August). Why not!"

Just wait a moment.
Remember pay arrives at the
end of the month. But, there's
always a catch, the VA has
informed those of us in "the
business" there will be a delay
in paying clothing allowance
by a month. Why, I don't know.
In fact, I don't know why the
VA does a lot of things that
seem out in space.
While on the subject of
clothing allowance, let me
explain to new .veterans the
requirements to receive cloth-
ing allowance. Disabled veter-
ans must be service-connected
for a condition requiring the
use of prosthetic or orthopedic
device that wears out or tears
clothing. If the veteran
received payment last year then
there should not'be a need to
re-file for payment. Everyone
else needs to apply now for the
$616.00 Annual payment.


Northwest Florida and South
Alabama. This past May, the
Panama City branch held the
11'th 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


He presently serves as Plans
Chief for the Division of
Emergency Management, creat-
ing and updating disaster plans
and conducting hazard analysis.
His recent projects include
reviewing local medical facility
disaster plans and establishing
county plans for Pandemic Flu.


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 supported the pur-
chase of pediatric patient beds,
the purchase of vital pieces of
equipment used in the
Infant,'Toddler Unit, and the
provision of. homemade iso-
lette covers for the Neonatal
Intensive Care Unit.



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PUBLIC NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that there will be a
meeting of the Santa Rosa County Local
Housing Partnership Committee Meeting
scheduled for Wednesday, August 30, 2006 at
3:00 p.m. has been cancelled and rescheduled
for Wednesday, September 6, 2006 at 3:00 p.m.

The meeting will be held at the Office of Team
Santa Rosa, located at 6491 Caroline Street,.
Milton, FL 32570, If you have any questions,
please call Kathy. Ahlen, West Florida Regional
Planning Council, at 1-800-226-8914, exten-
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Wednesday Aunust 30, 2006







Wednesday August 30, 2006


(3 Komerstone AS


The Angel Food Ministry is coming to Milton


The Food Source Program
once managed by First United
Methodist Church has been
discontinued. The First United
Methodist Church will now
begin hosting The Angel Food
Ministry in September.
Sign up will be held August
30 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
and August 31 thru September
1 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Each regular unit will con-
sist of 16 items for $25.00. One
or more special units are also
available with the purchase of
a regular unit.
Menu for September
5# popcorn chicken, 2#
French fries, 3# fully cooked
frying chicken, 8 oz peanut
butter, 1# pinto beans, l#
sliced deli turkey, 8 oz. corn


Harold Assemt

Church Homec
Harold Assembly of God
Church will hold their
Homecoming on September 10,
2006 beginning at 10:45 a.m.
Dinner will be held after the
service.
Pastbr Myrna. Colley
Camley of Bristol Assembly of


muffin mix, 1.5#' St. Louis
.Ribs, 7.5 oz. macaroni and
cheese, 2# boneless skinless
chicken breasts, 14 oz. smoked
sausage, 1 dessert item, 2#
Salisbury Steak entr6e, 1# snap
peas, 12 oz. Philly Steak por-
tions, 1 dozen eggs, Pillsbury
Dunkables and (4) 4 oz.
DelMonte Sliced pears.
Special Units
Special #1 @ $18.00- (4) 8
oz. T-Bone steaks, (4) 8 oz.
New York Strip Steaks
Special #2 @ $18.00- 10#
chicken tenders
Special #3 @ $18.00- (4).
pure beef patties, (2) 6 oz. sir-
loin steaks, (2) New York Strip
steaks, (4) 8 oz. beef back ribs
Bring a large box and pick
up your food on distribution

)y of God

comingg
God Church will be with us in
Word and Song.
There will be no Sunday
school class or night service on
this day.
Come and bring someone
with you for a blessing.


First UMC of Pace seeking

artists, vendors, & crafterrs
The First United Methodist 4540 Chumuckla H%\%1 Pace.
Church of Pace is seeking For applications, please e-mail
artists, crafters and antique ven- mhollandumc@bellsouth.net or
dors for its annual Arts, Crafts contact the church office at
& Antiques Show. It is sched- 994-5608.
uled for Saturday, Nov. 11 at

"Marvel not that I said unto thee, Ye must
be born again. " -John 3:7


day, Saturday, September 23
from 8:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
For more information about
Angel Food Ministries log on
t . o
www.AngelFoodMinistries.co
m or you can call Pat Medders


at 623-1749 or the church
office at 623-6683.
This program is also being
offered at Navarre United
Methodist Church. For infor-
mation on their sign up sched-
ule you may call 939-2028.


Benefit Concert to be held


The Continue the Miracle
of Josh Benefit Concert will be
held Friday, September 8, 2006
from 7:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m.
at the Gonzalez United
Methodist Church located at,
2026 Pauline Street in


Cantonment, Florida.
The concert will feature,
The Work Men Quartet, a
southern gospel group.
For more information
please 'contact Dan at (850)
968-5575.


Attention Churches!!
Do you have a special event coining up 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 e-mail them to
church @'sr-pg.com.

Ebenezer Church of God to


host a Singing!
Ebenezer Assembly of God
in Jay, will host a singing'
Saturday night, August 26, at 6
p.m., featuring The Hicks fami-
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ly from Franklin, AL. Ebenezer
is back to their monthly singing
events. For more information,
please call 850/675-4892.


Ask the Preacher
...a weekly column answering your ques-
tions with Biblical answers about life.


Dear Pastor Gallups, "In the three major listings of the 12 tribes of
Israel and the settling of the Land - all three contain different names.
(Gen 35:23, Rev 7, The Map in the back of the Bible that lists the
tribes that settled it, the tribe of LEVI (who is a son of Jacob) is not
listed nor is the tribe of Joseph - the most IMPORTANT son of
Jacob! Additionally, there are 14 settlements of land, not 12!) How
do you explain this obvious contridic'tion of scripture? And how
many sons DID Jacob have?" J.D., Pace
Dear J.D.,
God, through Joshua, directed the 12 tribes that settled the land in,
that order. These were the people and tribes that God would use to:
create the nation Israel. The tribe of Joseph was so large it was split'-
into two groups (Ephriam and Manassah). Also when the tribes set-
tied the land Dan and Manassah both settled in "half' tribes...thus the
14 settlements of 12 tribes.
Dan is excluded from the list in Revelation because this list is the
REMNANT FAITHFUL onlyI Read Judges 18:30 and you will dis-
cover that the tribe of Dan was the first to fall into idolatry in the
Promised Land and the Bible sa- s that they NEVER came out of it!
As a result, they lost their blessing in being included in the remnant
in the last da\ s. For this reason Dan is not included in the list of the
remnant. See the ominous prophetic utterance oer his tribe in Gen..
49:17.
Levi is included in Dan's place. Even though they did not have a spe-
cific plot of land inthe settling - they were priests unto the Lord and
in the end - God rewarded their faithful service and years of sacri-
fice.
Ephnanm IS included in the list, but not by name specifically)Ephriam
was the son of blessing of Joseph So, he is represented by his
father's name Joseph - in so doing both Joseph and Ephriam are hon-
ored. Ephriam and Manassah had always represented the tribe of their
father Joseph in the settling of the land.
Jacob (Israel)i had 12 sons - there is absolutely no contradiction or
mistake regarding the three major listings of tribes and their settling
of the land. The Bible, J.D., is ALWAYS correct. It is often our
understanding that needs to be illuminated.


Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in Milton.
He has a Bachelor of Science degree from Florida State University, and a Master
of Divinity from The New Orleans Baptist Theologicql Seminary. He has been
pastor of HHBC since 1987. He serves as an International Youth Evangelist for
the Southern Baptist Convention since 1990 preaching all over the U.S. and
Canada. For mare information about HHC, call 623-8959 or visit our website @
www.hickoryhammockbaptist.org. If you have any questions for Ask The
Preacher, send it to: Ask The Preacher, Hickory Hammock Baptist Church, 8351
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Military


,udet
gaduates BMT
Air Force Airman 1st Class
D v id L. Audet has graduated
fr m basic military training at
L ckland Air Force Base, San
A.tonio, Texas.
I During the six weeks of
tr ining, the airman studied the
A4r Force mission, organiza-
tion, and military customs and
courtesies; performed drill and
cOremony archese, and
r ceived physical training, rifle
nrarksmanship, field training
exercises, and special training
irt human relations.
, In addition, airmen who
complete basic training earn
credits toward- an associate
degree through the Community
C Ilege of the Air Force.
Audet is the, son of
Lawrence and Becky Audet of
P�sort St., Navarre, FL. ,
. . The airman is- a 2003
graduate of Navarre High
School.

Fjice graduates BMT
6.Air Force Airman Richard
Rice has graduated from basic
n military training at Lackland
'ir Force Base, San Antonio,
Sxas.
During the six weeks of
t ining, the airman studied the
^Ir Force mission, organiza-
tjn, and military customs and
courtesies; performed drill and
4,remony marches, and
received physical training, rifle
r4rksmanship, field training
exercises, and special training
i4 human relations.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training earn
credits d toward an associate
cgree through the Community
college of the Air Force.
V Rice is a 2003 graduate of
'avarre High School, Fla.


Dawson promoted
to Technical SGT
Tricia L. Dawson has been
promoted to the rank of techni-
cal sergeant in the U.S. Air
Force.
Dawson, an information
management supervisor, is
signedd to the Joint Forces
Command, Naples, Italy. She
has served in the military, for
.. years.
She is the daughter of Albert
}nd Zenaida Wilk of S.W.
273rd Lane, Homestead, FL.
Her husband, Thomas, is the
$on of Thomas and Tacia
Jawson of Fox Den Drive,
Navarre, FL.
SThe sergeant graduated, in
1995 from Gulf Breeze High
School, FL., and received an
associate degree in 2002 from"
the Community College of the
Air Force Patrick Air Force,
Base, Cocoa Beach, FL. She
received her bachelor's degree
in 2004 from Columbia
college through the military
Extension program at Patrick
Air Force Base, FL.

Brych deployed
to SW Asia
1 Air Force Tech. Sgt.
Anthony J. Brych has deployed
�o Southwest Asia in the
Persian Gulf region to support
the mission of Operation
Enduring Freedom as a mem-
ber of the 379th Air
I


Expeditionary Wing. The serv-
ice member is normally
assigned to the 96th
Communications Squadron,
Eglin Air Force Base,
Valparaiso, FL.
Wing members provide
support for the U.S. Central
Command's Air Forces mis-
sion, assisting in the full spec-
trum of fueling and aerial refu-
eling operations to U.S. and
coalition aircraft engaged in
the -war on terrorism in the
region. Flight crews fly thou-
sands of combat refueling sor-
ties delivering aircraft fuel in
the millions of pounds.
Brych, a personnel super-.
intendent, has. served in the.
military for 15 years.
He is the son of George
and Debra Brych of Garland
Ave.,, Garfield Heights, Ohio.
His wife, Heather, is the
daughter of Rocky and Debbie
Sasse of Birch St., Milton, FL.
The sergeant is a 1990
graduate of Garfield Heights
Senior High School.


Swartz
graduates BMT
Air Force Airman Nickols
D. Swartz 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 military\ customs and
courtesies: performed drill and
ceremony) marches, and
recei ed physical 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 Cpmmunity
College of the Air Force.
He is the son of Martin
Swartz of Augustus Road,
Navarre, FL.
Swartz is a 2001 graduate of
Navarre High School.

Smith
joins Army DEP
Alfonzo J. Smith has joined
the United States Army
Reserve under the Delayed
Training Program.
The program gives young
men and women the opportuni-
ty to delay reporting for basic
military training for up to 270
days. An enlistment in the
reserve gives many new sol-
diers the option to learn a new
skill, serve their country, and
become eligible to receive
more than $7,000 toward a col-
lege education, $20,000 for
repa.imeni of college loans,
and a maximum $5,000 cash
bonus.
After completion of basic
military training, most soldiers
receive advanced individual
training in their career job spe-
cialty prior to being assigned to
their first permanent duty sta-
tion.
The recruit qualifies for a
$7,000 enlistment bonus.
Smith reported to Fort
Benning, Columbus, GA, for
basic training on June 22,
2006.
He is the son of Charles and
Evelyn Smith of Persimmon
Hollow Road, Milton, FL.


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Black II
graduates from AIT
. Army Pvt. Jerry D. Black II
has graduated from the Light-
Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic
Advanced Individual Training
(AIT) course at Fort Jackson,
Columbia, SC.
The course is designed to
train soldiers to perform main-
tenance, troubleshoot, and
repair wheeled vehicles and
related mechanical compo-
nents, which include internal
combustion engines and power
trains, spark- and compression-
ignition engines, wheel-hub
assemblies, hydraulic-power
brakes, suspension and steering
systems, and learned to operate-
a wheeled vehicle crane, hoist,
and winch assembly.
Black is the son of Jerry D.
and Margreat K. Black of,
Tracker.Drive, Milton, FL
He is a 2005 graduate of
Milton High School.

Thompson joins
U.S. Army DEP
Devonn L. Thompson has
joined the United States Army
under :the Delayed , Entry
Program. The program gives
young. men and women the
opportunity to delay entering
active duty for up to one year.
The enlistment gi\es the
neo soldier the option to learn
a ne\% skall, travel and become
eligible to receive as much as
$50,000 toward a college edu-
cation. After completion of
basic military training, soldiers
receive advanced individual
training in their career job spe-
cialty prior to being assigned
to their first permanent duty
station.
The recruit qualifies for a
$6,000 enlistment bonus.
Thompson reported to Fort
Jackson. Columbia. SC, for
basic training on July 11,2006..
She is the daughter of
Donna A. Walls of Sleepy
Hammock, Milton, FL., and
Edward A. Thonmpson of
Dowdey Rojad, Jasper, Ala.

Dixson joins the
U. S. Army DEP
Ryan J:'DI\son has joined'
the United States Army under
the Delayed Entry Program.
The program gives young men
and women the opportunity to
delay entering active duty for
up to one year.
The enlistment gives the
new soldier the option to learn
a new skill, travel and become
eligible to receive as much as
$50,000 toward a college edu-
cation. After completion of
basic military training, soldiers
receive advanced individual
-rdining in their career job spe-
cialty prior to being assigned to
their first permanent duty sta-
tion.
Dixson reports to Fort
Knox, KY, for basic training on
August 10, 2006.
He is the son of Michelle M.
Dixson of Second Ave.,
Plattsmouth, NE, and Samuel
H. Dixson of Pine Blossom
Road, Milton, FL.


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forces to help improve econom-
ic opportunity, promote stabili-
ty and security, and create an
environment that deters
transnational terrorists from
operating in the Horn of Africa.
The commander is a country
coordination, element officer
with 21 years of military serv-
ice.


He is the son of Guy and
Jeanelle Greene of Greenview
Drive, Griffin, GA.
His wife, Lynn, is the daugh-
ter of Charlie and Jean Popikas
of Longwood Circle, Gulf
Breeze, FL.
Greene graduated in 1979.
from Griffin High School.


Greene is deployed
to Eastern Africa
Navy Cmdr. Karl J. Greene
has deployed to eastern Africa
to serve as member of the
Combined Joint Task Force-
Horn of Africa (CJTF-HOA) at
Camp Lemonier in Djibouti as
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CJTF-HOA includes ser-
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transnational terrorist groups
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James Martin, President of the Sunrise of Santa Rosa Kiwanis Club welcomes Commissioner
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VOTE FOR RON SCOTT
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER

! Ron Scott was an advocate for using impact fees instead of tax
increases to pay for the infrastructure required for all the new housing
developments in our County for two years before the Commissioners
implemented them.
! Ron Scott is FOR increasing the current impact fee. He is in favor of
raising the present $2,000 impact fee for roads, and to implement addi-
tional impact fees for fire service, law enforcement, court house, and
storm water drainage.
! Ron Scott is AGAINST the penny sales tax increase!
! According to the Pensacola News Journal, Ron Scott has NOT taken
campaign contributions from real estate developers/companies, the
incumbent Bob Cole HAS!


NO NEW TAXES!!!



VOTEAGAINST
THE PENNY SALES TAX INCREASE

* The one percent sales tax increase is actually a staggering 15.4%
increase in the current sales tax rate..
* Passing the proposed sales tax increase would make our County one
of the highest sales tax counties in Florida.
* A sales tax increase will have the greatest impact on the working class
residents of the County.
* Funding for a growth induced expanding infrastructure should not
come from taxing current residents.

"Paid political advertisement paid for by Antonio Apap, 5068 Roland Rd, Pace, FL, independendently of any candidate or committee." �


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Wednesday August 30, 2006'


The Santa Rosa Press Gazette










�G �tte te S C-WEDNESDAY

ee �August 30, 2006

J Section B
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Woman On


The Edge
By LYNNE HOUGH
Press Gazette Staff Writer
I have a unique perspective
as a reporter, to be at tragedies
most people would avoid.
Since June, I've been to four
fires and numerous accidents.
When I arrive at these scenes,
it is my job to find the best pos-
sible photo, to document the
incident for the :ie\\ % paper
But I'm still human. I see
the pain in the faces of those
involved. I also see how grate-
ful people are, almost immedi-
atel,. that things weren't
worse.
And I see the human ele-
ment surrounding every event.
Sometimes it's humorous-
sometimes it is sad. And there
is almost always a lesson to be'
learned.
Many times,. I work near
firefighters at the. scenes of
area blazes.
Because they aren't paid,
volunteer firefighters some-
times get a bad wrap. But I
know these men and women.
I've been with them at more
emergencies over the past ten
years than I can recall. And
they have earned my respect.
I've seen our firefighters
gear up in the middle of a 100-
degree day and march into, a
burning structure so they are
able to get the best position to
fight the fire and try to save a
house.
They often come out red-
faced and overheated, but as
soon as they cool off and get
some air, they are right back
inside.
Many go far beyond the call
of duty.
I know of firefighters who
took photos off the walls of a
.burning house to save for the
homeowners. I see how proud
the\ are when the\ are able to
contain a fire and sax e inmos of
someone's home. There have
been instances where they go
in \ ith tarps and cover belong-
ings in portions of homes that
are not burning, in an effort to
save the items from smoke and
water damage.
I have seen them bury-and
grieve over-animals killed in
fires. I personally know of five
dogs buried by volunteer fire
department personnel in June
and July at the scene of house
fires in order to save the home-
owner the grief of handling a
deceased and/or burnt animal.
Unless you've been the vic-
tim of a fire or witnessed a
structure burn while the owners
crumble to the ground nearby,
you may not feel the emotion I
do.
I've seen personal belong-
ings go up in flames. I've seen
pets killed. I've seen the
shocked look of grief on the
faces of our neighbors. I've
*come back to the office saturat-
ed with the smell of smoke.
Firefighters, volunteer or
not,'are our family, friends and
neighbors. It is not a joke they
face danger when most of us
are running away. They sacri-
fice and their families sacrifice.
They deserve our respect.'
And they deserve our sup-
port.
Budgets are tight. /They
need bottled water in this heat.
The gas prices are using up
funds they set aside for equip-
ment.
Take the initiative to help
the volunteer fire department in
your district. Contact them and
ask them what they need.
They will thank you in ways
you hope you will never need.
SThe Santa Rosa
Free Press
Gazette""



Local
news, sports, classifieds & businesses
Your hometown newspaper!
6629 Elva Street, Milton
623-3616 *623-2120


�tfa^^^ tawed,

Mr. Ronnie Dawson and Mrs. Roxanne Hurley have the
honor of announcing the engagement of their daughter Shana
Marie Dawson to John Tra\ is Martin, all of Milton. Travis is
the son of Bert and Deborah Miller of Milton.
Shana and Travis plan to wed Saturday, September 23, 2006
at the First Baptist Church of Bagdad. Shana is a 2003 gradu-
ate' of Milton High School- and Locklin Technical Center
(Accounting). She is employed as' the office manager/book-
keeper for Technology Integrators in Pensacola.
Travis is a 1998 graduate of Central High School and is
employed with the Florida Departnient of Corrections.


Shana Dawson and John Martin


;abiesof th Week





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Alaina Elizabeth Churie Mobley

SAlaina Elizabeth Churie Mobley was born at 8:35 a.m. on Saturday,
July 8, 2006 at Houston Medical Center in Warner Robins, Georgia.
She weighed 7 lbs. 12 oz. and was 20-1/2 inches long. Her proud par-
ents are Sergeant Walter H. Mobley Jr. and Mrs. Kelly Christian
Mobley of Robins Air Force Base, Georgia.
Her grandparents , are Mr. and NIh s. Ben T. Christian of Milton,
Florida and Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Mobley Sr. of Augusta, Georgia.
Alaina was eagerly welcomed home by her two Big Brothers Brenton
and Trey.


Emma Lower Braftten

John & Dana Bratten of Pace announce the birth of their daughter,
Emma Lowery Bratten, on Tuesday, May 23,2006 at West Florida Hospital
in Pensacola.'
Emma was born at 10:13 a.m. She weighed 8 pounds, 12-3/4 ounces
and was 19-1/2 inches long.
Grandparents are Rayford and Lanette Lowery of Brewton, AL, and
Mary Helen Bratten of Milton and the late William L. Bratten. Great grand-
parents are Rutha Mae Golden and the late,Luke Golden of Brewton, AL.
Emma was welcomed home by big brother, Isaac Alan Smith.


Comnt


October is Lupus Awareness Month


Everyday, 1.5 million
Americans (one of every 200)
struggle with the often debili-
tating and disabling health
effects of lupus, a chronic
autoimmune disease that caus-
es inflammation and tissue
damage to virtually every organ
system in the body.
Unfortunately, two out of three
Americans know little or noth-
ing about lupus or its telltale
symptoms.
WHY IS AWARENESS OF
LUPUS IMPORTANT TO
OUR COMMUNITY? TO
SAVE LIVES! Consider these


facts:
Lupus is difficult to recognize
and diagnose because symp-
toms mimic common diseases
and often are dismissed as
nothing serious.
More than half of the people
with lupus suffer four or more
years and visit three or more
doctors before receiving a cor-
rect diagnosis.
Awareness of lupus is lowest
among women 18 to 24-the
age group most likely to devel-
op the disease.
Late diagnosis and delayed
treatment contribute to signifi-


cant tissue damage leading to
organ failure, disability or
death.
The Lupus Support Network
provides support, education
and assistance to lupus patients
and their families. The organi-
zation covers the geographical
area from Mobile, Alabama to
Tallahassee, Florida and north
to Brewton, Alabama. We oper-
ate 7 support groups in our cov-
erage area, have updated litera-
ture and are always available to
lend a hand or an ear.
The Lupus Support Network
is hosting an Awareness


Luncheon on October 5, 2006
at Carraba's Italian Grille in
Pensacola, Florida from 11 a.m.
until 1 p.m. The cost to attend
the luncheon is $10 per person.
The focus of the luncheon is to
help those with lupus to shift
the focus from identifying
themselves at "lupus patients"
and allowing them to see them-
selves as women, men, moth-
ers, fathers, wives, husbands,
sons, daughters and employees
who have lupus. Speakers
include a rheumatologist, psy-
chologist and pastor. For more
information on the luncheon or


Lupus Support Network,
contact our office at 1-800-
458-8211 or'visit our website
at www.lupuspensacola.com.

Submit your
community
announcements to
church@sr-
pg.com or stop by
our office at 6629
Elva Street,
Milton


LSanta Rosa]







a -Obituaries
Obituaries


NOT A BAR BUT WE SELL ADULT BEVERAGES
QUIET SETTING * BREAKFAST ANYTIME
DAILY LUNCH SPECIAL * NIGHT SPECIALS �


Morris,
Ruby Jewel
1940 - 2006
Ruby Jewel Morris, age 66,
of Milton passed away on
Sunday, August 20, 2006, at
her home.
Mrs. Morris was bornmon
June 16, 1940, in Lewis
Chapel, Tennessee. She was a
member of the Olivet Baptist
Church in Milton where she
was also a member of the Joy.
Sunday School Class and
enjoyed singing in the church
choir.
She was preceded in death
by a son-Gregory Scealf.
Mrs. Morris is survived by
her husband-James C; Morris
of Milton; one son-Michael
Scealf of Ponte Vedra Beach,


FL; one daughter-Tracey
(George) Penley of
Chattanooga, TN; one sister-'
Margaret Brown of Tiftonia,
TN; 6 grandchildren and 5
great grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Morris were held at 11:30 a.m.
on Wednesday August 23,2006
at the Lewis Funeral Home
Chapel in Milton with Rev.
Frankie Godsey, pastor of.
Olivet Baptist Church, officiat-
ing. Burial followed in the
Barrancas National Cemetery
with Lewis Funeral Home
directing.
The family received friends
from 6 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday,
August 22, 2006 at the Lewis
Funeral Home in Milton. The
family requests that in lieu of
flowers, that memorials be.
made to the American Cancer
Society.

Jones,
Andrew Jackson
1910-2006
Andrew Jackson Jones, age
95, of Milton, passed away
suddenly, August 27, 2006, at
his home. Mr. Jones was born
in Holt, FL, residing in Baker,
then moved to Milton when he
21 years old. Mr. Jones was a
retired L & N. Railroad
Employee. He was the
Blackwater .River , Bridge
Tender when he retired. He was
a member of ' the First
Assembly of God Church of
Milton. He. was preceded .in


death by his wife of 63 years,
Gwendolyn Bernice Jones.
Mr. Jones is survived by his
son, Charles R. (Sue) Jones;
three grandchildren, Teresa
(Charles) McCranie, Melissa
McDonald, Charles Devan
(Connie) Jones; one great
grandchild, Hannah Jones; one
sister Bessie Beall; one brother,
Bill (Esther) Jones; and special
friend, V.K. Wiggins, all of
Milton.
Funeral services for Mr.
Jones will be 2PM, Wednesday,
August 30, 2006, at Lewis
Funeral. Home Milton Chapel
with Rev. Fred Rogers officiat-
ing. Burial will follow in
Serenity Gardens with Lewis
Funeral Home directing.
Active Pallbearers will be
Butch Hill, Mark Payne, Mike
Kendrick, Aaron Kelley,
Devon Jones, and Marty Jones.
Honorary Pallbearers v. ill
be the Men's Bible Study
Group of the Milton First
Assembly Church.

Peaden, Barbara
Jean Creel
Barbara Jean Creel Peaden,
75, of Milton, passed away on
NIonda) morning, August 28,
2006 in a local nursing facility.
I Mrs. Peaden was born on
March 14, 1931 in Pensacola,
to William Lee Creel and Ruby
Estelle Skipper Creel. She was
a nati\ e and lifelong resident of
Northwest Florida. She was a
member of the New Life


Baptist Church, and grew up
attending Myrtle Grove Baptist
Church. She retired after 25
years, from the Escambia
County Comptroller's Office
under Joe Flowers.
She was preceded. in death
by her husband, former State
Representative R. W.
"Smokey" Peaden; a grandson,
Christopher Peaden; a brother,
Win Creel; and a sister, Mary
Creel. Mrs. Peaden is survived
by her two children, Debbie
(Rex) Sutton of Milton and
Gary William (Sherry) Peaden
of Elberta, Alabama; four
brothers, Woody (Vada) Creel,
Bud Creel, Jack Creel, and Don
Creel all of Pensacola; a sister
Flo Sandlin of Pensacola;
seven grandchildren, Alena
(Tim) Webb, Kevin Gates,'
Matthew Peaden, Laura
Peaden, Robert Peaden, Sarah
Peaden, and Anna Claire
Peaden; and four grandchil-
dren.
Funeral Services for Mrs.
Peaden will be held at 2:00 pm
on Thursday, August 31, 2006
at the Lewis Funeral Home in
Milton. Burial will follow in
the Crain Cemetery with Lewis
Funeral Home directing. The
family will receive friends
from 12:00 noon to 2:00 p.m.
on Thursday, prior to service.
The family wishes to
express their heartfelt thanks to
the staff of the Heritage of
Santa Rosa, the Forsythe
House, to Dr. Dennis Mayeaux
and to Covenant Hospice.


The public is invited to an authentic, ole' time
"STUMPIN' WITH THE CANDIDATE"
Thursday, August 31st, 2006
5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
at The Dragonfly Gallery
5188 Escambia Street
Milton, Florida
Come enjoy cold drinks, homemade ice cream,
and just a little bit of politics
at a Gathering for
MACK THETFORD
Candidate for Ward 1, Milton City Council 9
"P idd p ili.Ji.dcrii ni, pa id f. w b P ,. D'..i.r , F 'U BL 'B. ,d d l ItI [I p- n i .. a lii r l.I-Ia t'. , '


NOTICE OF CHANGE OF LAND USE AND

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

Local Planning Board (to consider and make a recommendation on the proposals):
Thursday, September 14, 2006 at 6:00 p.m.

Board of County C.-.1 .',r:- *',.- no consider adoption of the ordinance):
Thursday, September 28, 2006 at 6:00 p.m.

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

AN ORDI.\ A.!CE RELAY TING TO SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA; AMENDING ORDI-
NANCE 2:.'3 25; AMENDING THE FUTURE LAND USE MAP OF THE SANTA ROSA
COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN; CHANGING THE LAND USE CLASSIFICATIONS
AS DEPICTED IN THE ATTACHED MAPS; AMENDING ORDINANCE 91-24 AS
AMENDED; CHANGING THE ZONING DISTRICTS AS DEPICTED IN THE ATTACHED
MAPS; APPROVING THE AMENDMENTS TO THE OFFICIAL ZONING MAP OF THE,
LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE AS DEPICTED IN THE ATTACHED MAPS; AND PRO-
VIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.




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Zoning District Amended: from RIM (Mixed Zoning District Amended: from RI (Single
Residential Subdivision District) to R2 (Medium Family Residential District) to PUD (Planned
Density Residential District) - total approximate- Unit Development District) - total approximately
ly 2.30 (+/-) acres. 11.85 (+/-) acres.
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Future Land Use Designation Amended: No
Single Family Residential to Medium Density Change
Residential.


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Zoning District Amended: from RI (Single Zoning District Amended: from RIM (Mixed
Family Residential District) to PUD (Planned Residential Subdivision District) to R2M
Unit Development District) - total approximately (Medium Density Mixed Residential District) -
45.36 (+/-) acres. total approximately 3.0 (+/-) acres.
Future .Land Use Designation Amended: No Future Land Use Designation Amended: No
Change Change

The proposed ordinance and maps may be inspected by the public prior to the above scheduled meetings at the Santa
Rosa County Planning Department, 6051 Old Bagdad Highway, Milton, Florida. Interested parties may appear at the
meetings and be heard with respect to this proposed ordinance. All interested parties should take notice that if they
decide to appeal any decision made by the Santa Rosa County Board of County Commissioners with respect to any
matter coming before said Board at said meeting, it is their individual responsibility to insure that a record of pro-
ceedings they are appealing exists and for such purpose they will need to insure that a verbatim record of the pro-
ceedings is made, which record shall include the testimony and the evidence upon which their appeal is to be based.
Santa Rosa County adheres to the Americans with Disabilities Act and will make reasonable modifications for access
to this meeting upon request. Please call Santa Rosa County Planning, Zoning and Development Division at (850)
981-7075 or (850) 939-1259 to make a request. For Hearing-Impaired, 1-800-955-8770 (Voice). Requests must be
received at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting in order to provide the requested service.,


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The Florida Bar has honored Ross Goodman with its highest
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and business litigation.

V Helped write and interpret Florida
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V Served on the Florida Supreme Court
Commission on Professionalism.

V Served on many Florida Bar committees.

V A highly successful and experienced trial lawyer
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V Taught Legal Studies at UWF for the last seven years.


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Legal Notices


NOTICE is hereby given thai
pursuant to WRIT OF EXECU.
TION Issued In Circuit Court of
Santa Rosa County, Florida
on the 22nd day of March
2005 In the cause wherein Ebt
Tide Homeowner's
Association, Inc. was plaintiff
and: Michael Ackerman was
defendant, being Case No. 03.
790CA In said court, I, Wendel
Hall, As Sheriff of'Santa Rosa
County, Florida, have levied
upon all the right, title, and
Interest of the defendant
Michael Ackerman, In and to
the following described ma
gpropely, to wit:

DESCRIPTION OF PROPER-
TY,

COMMENCE AT THE EXIST.
ING CONCRETE RIGHT-OF.
WAY MARKER AT THE POINT
OF INTERSECTION OF ANI
EXTENSION OF THE EAST
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF
COLLEGE PARKWAY (100
R/W); WITH THE NORTH
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF
CORAL STRIP PARKWAY
(100' R/W); THENCE RUN
SOUTH 67 DEGREES 74
FEET WEST ALONG THE
NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY OF
CORAL STRIP PARKWAY'
FOR 413.80 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING
THENCE CONTINUE SOUTH
67 DEGREES 74 FEET WEST
ALONG SAID NORTH RIGHT-
OF-WAY FOR 22.20 FEET
THENCE RUN NORTH. 22
DEGREES 36 FEET WEST
FOR 120 FEET, MORE OF
LESS, TO THE MEAN HIGH
WATER LINE 'OF AN EXIST-
ING CANAL; THENCE MEAN-
DER NORTHEASTERLY
ALONG SAID MEAN HIGH
WATER LINE FOR 72.20
FEET, MORE OR LESS, TO A
POINT OF INTERSECTION
WITH A -LINE BEARING
NORTH 22 DEGREES 36
FEET WEST AND PASSING
THROUGH THE POINT OF
BEGINNING; THENCE RUN
SOUTH 22 DEGREES 36
FEET EAST FOR 120r FEET,
MORE OR LESS, TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING;
LYING IN SECTION 30,
TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH,
RANGE 28 WEST, SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA,

3214 Quiet Water Lane, Gul;
Breeze, Florida

And on the .19th day of
September, 2006 I shall offel
this property for sale, at the
east front door of the Santa
Rosa Criminal Justice Facility,
In Milton, Santa Rosa.County,
Florida, at the hour of 1:00
p.m. on or as soon thereafter
as ,'c.sI, I ' ill offer for sale
all Iar. eaii ..i.-Irani s
f.l.Tr.ae .i r1 me hriam gr il mi s
ar, irl-r.reTI in rhe aire.e aS
real prt.:,perr, aT public, uc:IlIr
ar,.n i ., .i I ,ire -Aame :uble.:1
I.:. la- iiprCi r li-,-i,,, er.:um .
brances'and judgments, if any
to the.highest and best bidder
for CASH IN HAND.. The pro-
ceeds to be applied as far as
may be to the payment of
costs and the satisfaction of
the above-described execu-
tion,

WENDELL HALL, SHERIFF
OF SANTA. ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA

James E. Chessher
By: James E. Chessher
Deputy Sheriff

IF YOU HAVE A DISABILITY
REQUIRING SPECIAL
ACCOMMODATIONS OR TO
.ARRANGE TO VIEW THE
PROPERTY PLEASE CON-
TACT J"filLE PLATT 16c-)I
983-1281 AT .-E15T SE'.Eti
(7) DAYS PRIOR TO THE
SALE DATE.

081606
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090606

LEGAL AD

PIj iu, riC Rule F l ." ' lr ir-,
uies ou Do .:,Iilrne .:.r T4r,
F,:i,,,, Bar Arareo., I ,r.:.ig.a
McGraw of Pensacola, Florida
has petitioned the Supreme
Court of Florida for reinstate-
ment to The Florida Bar. Any
persons having knowledge
:.-,anr,. upon the petitioner's
,irr,.I or qualifications to
resume the practice of law
should contact M. Underwood,
Staff Investigator for The
Florida Bar, at 1-800-342-
8060, ext. 6770 or (850) 561-
5845.

981606
081906
082306
082606
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090206

NOTICE OF SALE

Avalon-Park Warehouses,
Inc., of 3996 Avalon
Boulevard, Milton, Florida
32583, pursuant to the. provi-
sions of the Florida Self-
Storage Facility Act (�83.801
et seq., Fla. Stat.) hereby gives
its Notice of Sale under said
act, to wit:

On Saturday, September 9,
2006, at 10:00 a.m., Avalon
SPark-Warehouses, Inc., 3996
Avalon Boulevard, Milton,
Florida 32583, will conduct a
public sale, pursuant to the
Florida Self-Storage Facility
Act, of all of the goods and
contents consisting of house-
hold goods and other unknown
items of the following ware-
house units:

Unit Number
Tenant Description ol
Propertyv

33 Farcia King
Household Goods

69,74 Laura Hardman
Household Goods


91
Household G

93
Smith
Goods

95


I Goods

138 John Montford
t Household Goods

f 158 Thomas Berrian
, Household Goods

b 147 M Margaret
s Pittman -Household
f Goods

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a Wa4

d IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
, AND FOR SANTA ROSA
o COUNTY, FLORIDA
d Case No. 06-548-CA

IN RE: The Forfeiture of.

1997 Mitsubishi Montero
VIN# JA4LS31 P9VP018963.

. DEFENDANTS/CLAIMANTS:

I GEORGE SIMPSON and
MARGARET DIXON.

' CORRECTED NOTICE OF
FORFEITURE PROCEEDING

f TO: George Simpson, whose
I last known address Is 2548.
4. Houston Circle, Navarre,
Florida 325666; Margaret
Dixon, 5556 Alabama Street,
Milton, Florida 32570; and all
persons who claim an interest
; In a 1997 Mitsubishi Montero,
I VIN# JA4LS31P9VP018963
which was seized on or about
May 16, 2006 from 4965
; Lambert Lane, Milton, Florida
S .32570. Said property Is in the
custody of the Santa Rosa
County Sheriff's Office In
Santa Rosa County, Florida,
and a Complaint for Final
Judgment of Forfeiture pertain-
Sng thereto has been filed in
the above styled cause.

Dated this 16th day of August
I 2006.
S ':'Laura J 1,e
S ALLEIN Vi Lil DSA'' JR
Florid'a Bar oti 10-t956
I LAURA JOYNER NYE
i Florida Bar No.: 487236
Lindsay, Andrews, & Leonard,
P.A.
5218 WillIng Street
, Milton, Florida 32570
, (850) 623-3200
N Attorneys for Plaintiff

082306
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f IN THE COUNTY COURT IN
r AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 57-2006-SC-0954'

MILTON NEWSPAPERS, INC.
dbal
r SANTA ROSA PRESS
9 GAZETTE and
SANTA ROSA FREE PRESS
6629 Elva Street
Milton, Florida 32570
Plaintiff(s).

Vs. -

DIAMOND 1 CINGULAR
4214 Highway 90
3 Pace, Florida 32671
I Defendant(s).

FINAL JUDGMENT

THIS CAUSE having come
before the Court on a Default
, having been entered by, the
Clerk of the Court on August 4,
2006, and the Court being fully
.advised in the premises, it is
therefore;

.ORDERED and ADJUDGED
that Plaintiff, Milton
Newspapers, Inc., dba/Santa
Rosa Press Gazette and
Santa, Rosa Free Press, is
entitled to recover $750.00
damages, plus $175.00 cost of
court, for a 'total of $925.00,
that shall bear Interest at the
rate of 9% per annum for this
calendar year and at the rate'
set by the Florida Comptroller
pursuant to the provision of
section 55.03(1) of the Florida
SiaiT uie for all of the above let
- .,.:ul'.A.n issue.

DONE and ORDERED in
Chambers, at Milton, Santa
Rosa County, Florida, on this
August, 09, 2006.

/s/ Robert Hilliard
ROBERT HILLIARD
'COUNTY'JUDGE


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NOTICE TO BIDDERS
CONSTRUCTION OF
NAVARRE VISITORS CEN-"
TER.

Notice is hereby given that the
Board of County
Commissioners, of Santa
Rosa , County, Florida will
receive sealed bids from quali-
fied contractors for the con-
struction of the Navarre
Visitors Center building.

All bids must be original and
delivered by hand, Fed Ex, or
mail to the Santa Rosa County
Procurement Department,
6495 Caroline Street, Suite G,
3 Milton, Florida, 32570; and
must be received by 10:00
a.m., October 3, 2006, at
which time bids will be opened
and read aloud. All interested
parties are invited to attend.
Any bid received after this time
will be rejected and returned to
Sthe bidder unopened,.

Project documents, including
drawings. and specifications
relative thereto,' may be
inspected at the Santa Rosa
S County Procurement
Department, 6495 Caroline
Street, Suite G, Milton, Florida,
and the Dodge Plan Room at
S201 South "F" Street,
Pensacola, Florida. Plans and
specifications may be secured
� from the Santa Rosa County
Procurement office at a non-
refundable cost of $125.00 per
set. Telephone (850) 983-
1833.


April Patterson A Pre-Bid Meeting will be held
3oods at 10:00 a.m., September 19,
2006, at the Santa Rosa
Zebulon Alveno County Procurement
H o u se h o I d Department, 6495 Caroline
Street, Milton, Florida, 32570.
All interested parties are invit-
Earl Saxon ed to attend.


Household Goods

125 Cynthia Lee
Household Goods

143 Keith A.
Nicholson HousehoIld


The Board of Santa Rosa
County reserves the right to
waive irregularities in bids, to
reject any and all bids with or
without cause, and to award
the bid that it determines to be


in the best interest of Santa
Rosa County.

Santa Rosa County does not
discriminate on the basis of
race, color, national origin,
sex, religion, age, or handicap
status in employment or provi-
sion of service.

By order of the Board of
County Commissioners of
Santa Rosa County, Florida.

083006
083006
8/84
PROPOSED CONSTITU-
TIONAL AMENDMENTS
TO BE VOTED ON NOVEM-
BER 7.Z2006
NOTICE OF ELECTION

I, Sue M. Cobb, Secretary
of State of the State of Florida,
do hereby give notice that an
election will be held in each
county In Florida, on
November 7, 2006, for the ratl-
fication or rejection of pro-
posed constitutional amend-
ments of the State of Florida.

NO.1
CONSTITUTIONAL. AMEND-
MENT
ARTICLE ill, SECTION 19
(Legislative)

Ballot Title:
STATE PLANNING AND BUD-
GET PROCESS

Ballot Summary:
Proposing amendments to the
State Constitution to limit the
amount of nonrecurring gener-
al revenue which may be
appropriated for recurring pur-
poses 'n any fiscal year to 3
percent ofl me total general
revenue funds estimated to be
available, unless otherwise
approved by a three-fifths vote
of the Legislature; to establish
a Joint Legislative Budget
Commission is.ricI-i hall isiu
long-range financial o uiOoSk',
to provide for limited adjust-,
mnerni in tre sta.e bu er .ii. nn-
Ou inre concurrence C.t Ite. lull
Legislature, as provided by
general law; to reduce the
number of times trust funds
are automatically terminated;
to require the preparation and
biennial revision of a long-
range state planning docu-
. ment and to establish a
4c..earnnrren Efficiency Task
=orca ana .;pe.ir, iI. uiuias.

Full Text:
ARTICLE III
LEGISLATURE
SECTION 19. State
Budgeting Pianning and
Appropriallor-. Proces e.-.A -
(a) ANNUAL BUDGETING.
LL E.. 01... .., , I
Geni,.,ral lan ,srall presicnr. Inr,
ad.:plior. or annual F Ci u,, A.'
laar,' ando planning pr.O.ce:iea
and require Thai detail relea.:c.
ran.1 e r. anriujaized cl.il of Trhe
ilTe c. ugael and refa .ncr. ] nme
nonrecur'in.g o -t cir Ihe-
.udgel rCque si r.all al:,:om.
pany .state department and
agency . legislative budget
requests, the governor's rec-
ommended budget, and
apprC.pr.aloar, niD.ll'i
Igi UnlAs; ap .rr:.. 3 .. --
rnrA-f.inn" .e,, 1 A .- ITTh - memn'
c.-rsrlh 01i c l:lri n:u- r ac r.:,
pc.r.n i' ri aal. A Ior recur.i'.,a
pur[.'-o -5 ir, m Fin r.r n e.r:urir..r
aneral re.elrue luri .; .:r anr.,
i c. al , ai niall r,.:,r e-. .l-
three percent of the total aen-
eral revenue funds estimated
to be available at the time such
appropriation is made.
(3) As prescribed byveneral
la,'. .r i;:rl ri le ,l p.i i'hTi lre
an-i aj,-r.:, rall w , ie- q-j],e,
i. :.urmIl i Ile' Tall..; .u3.ej l
reu ,-l riat l C.ai, ed uC..:,ri l- Jl
irai r oIllart. ir , ion,.-ran e
financial outlook -adopted by
the loint legislative budget
commission or that specifically
explains any variance from the
lona-rance financial outlook
cortai,-i. in I the Aramu'
,jl F.ri purp'os-a o . in.s 'ec-
tJin 6.66l6l4 The larr- a
department and agency shall
include I -rei udin i l C.rancr,
it., APH .-OPRiLTiti BILLS
FORMAT. Separate sections
within the general appropria-
tion bill shall be used for each
major program area of the
state budget; major program
areas shall include: education
enhancement "lottery" trust
fund items; education (all other
funds); human services; crimi-
nal justice and corrections;
natural resources, environ-
ment, growth management,
and transportation; general
government; and judicial
branch. Each major program
area shall include an itemiza-
tion of expenditures for: state
operations; state capital outlay;
aid to local governments and
nonprofit organizations opera-
tions; aid to local governments
and nonprofit organizations
capital outlay; federal funds
and the associated state
matching funds; spending
authorizations for operations;
and spending authorizations
for capital outlay. Additionally,
appropriation bills passed by
the legislature shall include an
itemization of specific appro-
priations that exceed one mil-
lion dollars ($1,000,000.00) In
1992 dollars. For purposes of
this subsection, "specific
appropriation," "itemization,"
and "major program area" shall
be defined by law. This item-
. ization threshold shall be
adjusted by general law every
four years to reflect the rate of
inflation or deviation as indicat-
ed in the Consumer Price
Index for All Urban
Consumers, U.S. City Average,
All Items, or successor reports
as reported by the United
States Department of Labor,
Bureau of Labor Statistics or
its successor. Substantive bills
containing appropriations shall
also be subject to the itemiza-
tion requirement mandated
under this provision and shall
be subject to the governor's
specific appropriation veto
power described in Article III,
Section 8. Thi: -booetein
ohaz'zl bo -ff-tivz J'l 1,1001
(c) APPROPRIATIONS
RWlqW PROCESS, .
(11 No later than Seotember
15 of each year. the joint leo-
islative budget commission
shall issue a long-rance finan-
cial outlook setting out recom-
mended fiscal strateoaies for
the state and its departments
and agencies in order to assist
the legislature in making budo-
et decisions. The lono-ranoe
financial outlook must include
malor workload and revenue
estimates. In order to imple-
ment this caraorach, the Joint
legislative budget commission


shall use current official con-
sensus estimates and may
request the development of
additional official estimates,
(2) The ioint legislative budo-
et commission shall seek inout
from the public and from the
executive and judicial branch-
es when developing and rec-
ommendina the lona-range
financial outlook.
(3) The legislature shall pre-
scribe by general law condi-
tions under which limited
adjustments to the budget, as
recommended by the governor
or the chief justice of the
supreme court, may be
approved without the concur-
rence of the full legislature.



S -.... - o t
-rn.. . o a ...... .. a-"
efnel and ppropriting bdooll


ith . of th81 logllsltur,

Ipachmmbe of -thecbno le
.in .. ..n 1... ho p Alan n doue


liftile FOiP purtpe of w ilthIIn
.. .m . .... . , 1 ..111. ...... S. ... -,
t Athgd 0onor1 i
tho s jui il branjh,
(d) SEVENTY-TWO HOUR
PUBLIC REVIEW PERIOD. All
general appropriation bills
shall be furnished to each
member of the legislature,
each member of the cabinet,
the governor, and the chief jus-
tice of the supreme court at
iasi eaaeni1, r.o r t.i3jrl. before
final passage b, -11Ir,6f 1 -.Ouo-
tl I,. le glala ure OtL I h-a r111I In
ines orm ',hal nill be priter,.d
to the governor.
(e) FINAL BUDGET
REPORT, lefiho " uii. e P oita
4,40 A oirnal budgai rep.:.r
shall be prepasr'0 as pre-
scribed by general law. The
final budget report shall, be
produCed nno later rar. The
121 a d.,a ray a taerire e.lgin-
rinq g of te ardal year anri
cop Ie- o1 Irhe report srall be
furnished to each member of
the legislature, the head of
each department and'agency
.of the state, the auditor gener-
al, and the chief justice of the
supreme court,.
. TRUST FUNDS
I II NO Trust lurnd ,, Ir.a Siale
if Floralp or 51her publlc bo,']y
man',a. created clr ra-r-edad
by Iai',.' '..1rOuT a hrree-flfhn.
airM o1t or 11-the msmberEsrlp
of a .:r, r.,n uc :.r ithr lei.illlo,
Tura inr, .a eparate , il Ic.T, ha
purp'os.e C.nil


12on tr.t....... .Th trut fd r-




naloi n .l n :r Itahe an l,:.lr par
saner I1-ie afle li c 0ai. *t Irj
act authorizing the lcre-
ation of the trust fund. By law
ir-6, loglifialwi ma, .,51 a -,rC 'r,
ar liir ,6 pJrluid ior ,� r..C an,,
- trusi fund i f autl-h .iize.j
l- .i TrusI -r,, u re-qur re.]l b/
tIjrac l Prs..r,arrm or arn r , -i :
slrveI Tuna Se rrla uni' ir
t r, gt n ,-.eranl:, irrl-llu'r .; ,-.
fr.:,:.cel r m Itte:, ae, nie s re.ru
a re 1lim 1 l, plr ,rd CS., 11, i
.il ail r ,l ,p r u . ':~, 1ir ,rr. el
r .u I unr.,d I ' . liner 1,r, ar, n

.uorI . - -r.e iv r.:.r a.n, putr..
K,: b:.dy. I1-,i- A l4l5 ira3r,:p.:.rla .
tion trust fund; the .trust fund
Containing the net annual pro-
. ceeds from lire FI.-,,'.Ja
Education o r:.nl ra, i he
Florida retirement ruane urnd
trust funds for teifuns :.fu-
ur.J.: ' ii'n the na.T, .a n [ i-,,
B:.ar.::l 1G.. eCTi.,i;'Reil
Whal- n 'i u:r rui lui.3o are ..r
Auxiliary enterprises and con-
tracts, grants, and donations,
as those terms are defined by
general law; trust funds that
serve as clearing funds or
accounts for the chief financial
officer or state agencies;, trust
Sounds that account' "or alieaT
'held by the state In.a trustee.
.: cli, : - ena. genv or flducl-
' ar, Ior ildl.liui tl, private
or. ar.ia, ii.r., o .tho r .o..crn..
ri.er.lli unlei and i lher Irui
Tun.is SuInc.r.;s.i 0-, This
Constitution, are not subject to
the requirements set forth in
paragraph (2) of this subsec-
tion.
(4) All cash balances and
income of any trust funds abol-
Jshed under this subsection
shall be deposited into the
general revenue fund.
(8) To : ..P'-.io of Thit
i bsoltu si-hall bo vdeciteiA
(g) BUDGET STABILIZA-
TION FUND. r i.ig.nnnd fwth
th 10041 111006 flz.8i i' r, nt



of10oeing ree.nzl shorilt
o:r 1 thzpur of proidi m

GenOral a106 s nDhall r00 id or

thzrztoaion f-tho fundot he t
libudAgt sf ta lla oT ionfndF88al

for thz 100B 1007' fizz- l "-art





to the provisi ofns of this o sub-

at an amount equal to at least
5% ofithe last completed fiscal
year s net revenue collSubjections


for the ge provisions of this. sub-e fund
section, to Iund. The budgetlla
stabilization fund's principal
a an amount equal to 10% o at leasthe



'last completed fiscal year's net
revenue collections tot tha
General revenue fundr The flag-
islature shall rieprovid criteriage
foster Withdrawing funds from the
budget asabllization tund in a
separate shabill for that ecpurposed
only and only for the purpose
reof covering revenutoe shortfalls
of the general revenue fund or

funding for an emergency, as
General law shll provide former
the restoration of this fund. The
budget stabilization fund shall
be comprised of funds not oth-
erwise obligated or committed
for any purpose.o



PROCESSES. gecacaw.
shall provide for a iong-rdnoe
slate clannino document. The

the legislature biennially any
revisions dto the nootha
state planning document, as
defined by law. General law


shall require a biennial review
and revision of the long-range
state planning documentr-eaell


progrooo In ashisv 'tht' Alain
p -lan I . ......... M'. . ..
and shall require all depart-
ments and agencies of state
government to develop plan-
ning documents that Identify
statewide strategic oals and
oblectlvys. consistent with the
long-range state planning doc-
ument. The long-range state
planning document and
department and agency plan-
ning documents shall remain
subject to review and revision
by the legislature. The long-
range state planning docu-
ment must Include projections
of future needs and resources
of the state which are consis-
tent with the lono-range flnan-
clal outlook. The department
and agency' planning docu-
ments shall Include a priori-
tized listing of planned expen-
ditures for review and possible
reduction In the event of rev-
enue shortfalls, as defined by
general law, To :re -rA WFpduO
I tilty anl I il ..O . .. y I . , a n

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.I..r.i ow .o" t:ho lpRl.-t.
a; ohi: eut---tlon, tho tt'.s
.... a. . a n... d _ _... . . ... r.
This tAboslioR :hRil be if -

ill GO!ERJrMEIIT EFFI.
CIENCi' TASK FORCE H1o
later n ar, anuar. of 20'7 .
and eacn f..,urn .'ear here.
aher the pre'Oseri o tre sen-h
are ire me&aer l ihae nouvae
of reor ec-.riant.es and ein
g.'..errnrr shall acc.nlt a go.,
ermen art lrinc� I. teask lorce
Ins. memberanio ,i ynicn nail
be aesabline, t,. anneral laW
There la . force iriall t., com-
uored of member, .l the laols-
Slaure a rl r ereor ,r eriTal.ea
nrcm th.e n.ale and c.ullic
actlcOr V.r1"0. shall d1 .eloc rec-
,mmeriallon6 tcr improving
, ,.'rrmenal c. . .ralIons arind
rtraucin, do .laLt to ai31l s
re itaik l.rLc in eArtorming 1i1
duties snell be assiraeoa t*
ganeral law and me itask lorce
may obtain asstllance from
he orlvate & eclor The lasp
force snail *:omolite is %ork
Within one ,.ar and shail sub-
m ItS- re. ,n ,.mmn dl l.-:,n5 l ,:, lhe
Ioant Isi -lat.l trudoel corm
millr .n the go.rrnr anhd Th
cr l f lu.ll-ce ot n(1 suorerme

inI JOIliT LEGISLATIVE
BUDGET COt., 11.1SlSONr
There i) rireatied w rniiri Tin lea-
ie.lature thre oin laacislatllv
budegaT ccmminsion cmmc-.sed
OI edual numbriter ,o sernait
me'rrer a , roinied br trhe
c.re i.ar,,r i , ihe se.rnal anrid
horu.. membernt ;. .ina riunt l.
Inr .; a zr- *:r l irme rou=- .:.i
rer.riea tiulT.'I Each mamer:r
'hall 'er.e a itr. olea'uie or
tre ,3nier ..rn,: apcr,.Ined re
member A .acanc. .in tried
c,)'mmln-:icr, Criall bre killed in1
the same manner as the orlal-
nal appointment. From
.November of each odd-num-
bered veer through October of
each even-numbered vear, the
rna c.ire ri e [ ri i..:ii- ieoiila.
IIr.' . t u,, c ..:m ri ; r, :, ri all
b- ac,,,iri-,t tp. irie o l[ r.ei ri
***f in S -ra r d anr mn .1'.
*:'r l rire , rir .:l ri-.:. rirni, 'ic:.e
M:oll be ap.:..r-i p. i ine
speaker of the house of reore-
sentatives, From November of
each even-numbered year
through October of each odd-
numbered year. the chairper-
son of the ioint legislative.
budget, commission shall be
abointfied by the speaker df
ir,- h.:ui, .7: i -[t l .. i.
a -J tre li :nair:.ir -n - .i iren
S.,rommlr,i ,nhall r.ce a ,a c.c.irint
O thi , preai, nt .:1,.I r s. nat ,
The point leolalslative budget
commission shall be governed
by the loint rules of the senate
and the house of representa-
tives. which shall remain In
effect until repealed or amend-
ed by concurrent resolution.
The commission shall convene
at least quarterly and shall
conene at the call offhe ores-
ident of the senate and the
speaker of the house of repre-
sentatives. A majority of the
commission members of each
house plus one additional
member from either house
constitutes a quorum. Action
by the commission requires a
majority vote of the commis-
sion members present of each
house. The commission may
conduct its meetings through
teleconferences or similar
means: In addition to the pow-
ers and duties specified in this
subsection, the joint legislative
budget commission shall exer-
cise all other powers and oer-
form any other duties not in
conflict with oaragraph (c)(3)
and as prescribed- by general
law or ioint rule.


NO.2
CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND-
MENT
ARTICLE VI, SECTION 4.
(Legislative)

Ballot Title:
TERM LIMITS

Removed from the ballot by
the Florida Legislature.

NO. 3
CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND-I
MENT .
ARTICLE XI, SECTION 5
(Legislative)

Ballot Title:
REQUIRING BROADER PUB-
LIC SUPPORT FOR CONSTI-
TUTIONAL AMENDMENTS
OR REVISIONS

Ballot Summary:
Proposes an amendment to
Section 5 of Article XI of the
State Constitution to require
that any proposed amendment
to or revision of the State
Constitution, whether pro-
posed by the Legislature, by
initiative, or by any other
method, must be approved by
"at least 60 percent of the vot-
ers of the state voting on the
measure, rather than by a sim-
ple majority. This proposed
amendment would not change
the current requirement that a
proposed constitutional
amendment imposing a new
state tax or fee be approved by
at least 2/3 of the voters of the
state voting in the election in
which such an amendment is
considered.

Full Text:
ARTICLE XI
AMENDMENTS


SECTION 5. Amendment or
revision election.-
(a) A proposed amendment
to or revision of this constitu-
tion, or any part of it, shall be
submitted to the electors at the
next general election held
more than ninety days after the
joint resolution or report of
revision commission, constitu-
tional convention or taxation
and budget reform commission
proposing It Is filed with the
custodian of state records,
unless, pursuant to law enact-
ed by the affirmative vote of
three-fourths of the member-
ship of each house of the leg-
islature and limited to a single
amendment or revision, it Is
submitted at an earlier special
election held more than ninety
days after such filing.
(b) A proposed amendment
or revision of this constitution,
or any part of It, by Initiative
shall be submitted to the elec-
tors at the general election
provided the initiative petition
Is filed with the custodian of
state records no later than
February 1 of the year In which
the general election Is held.
(c) The legislature shall pro-
vide by general law, prior to the
holding of an election pursuant
to this section, for the provision
of a. statement to the public
regarding the probable finan-
clal Impact of any amendment
proposed by Initiative pursuant
to section 3.
(d) Once in the tenth week,
arnd once. In the sixth week
immediately preceding the
week In which the election Is
held, the proposed amend-
mani or re ;iilIon *.nir, otlice .:.1
the daeI or electli.r. a[ .',hi.r IT
will be submitted to the elec-
tI.rs .,nall te publianed in one
nes pasper cI. general circula-
ior, Ir, ea.:r Cournty in wnichr a
r.newspaper is published
161 Junes- othereilu oacill
call, or,.'Jid.o for elsewherrA in
this conaiutiu n i f thre pro-
posed amendasieni .:r realicCr.
Is appro,,a s ,o .o.- ol ai l ai
latl, oacer nt Cf the elect.'rs
,o.ing on me measure it hallt
be effective as an amenanment
to or re ,ision or me h consiilu-
lion l Irhe sale on the lirls
Tuesday, anetr men firsiT. c.nday
In January following the elec- -
tlion, or or. euc:n rther dale as
may be specified in the
amenrdmenl or r.ei.lar,

NO.4
CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND-
MENT , ,- '
ARTICLE X. SECTION 27
(Citizen initiative)

Ballot Title:.. .. ,
PROTECT PEOPLE,
ESPECIALLY YOUTH,. FROM ';
ADDICTION DISEASE, AND
OTHER HEALTH HAZARDS
,OF USING TOBACCO

Ballot Summary
T.:. prcteci pie..ple espneClel,'
OuTlh trre , .ad iclT.:.r . ,Iaer ..
nraI O.th-r h-eairn raz.rd.r ,.:,r
using robacc: ile Legislature
shall use sonm Tobacco
Settlement 'money annually for
a comprehensive statewide
tobacco education and preven-
.:'.n pr.ro.ram u;ir,. Cen rr. l,.r
Ds�e�sA Conir.ol t.e:! prac
I ce- peci re- ' ,:,n-,- pr.r.ram
.:O-m erlr.=rr e.'ipri., -izi-r.,
,:uIr . r.luinr.g .:.r i .r . .r .I
f.Ili annr u l lrnl,.r.9 1i, .. . .. .er
tIsinng Annual lurnd,.-, I" 15
of 2005 Tobacco Settlement
payments to Florida, adjusted
annually for inflation. Provides
definitions. Effective immedi-
ately.

Full Text:

BE IT ENACTED BY THE
PEOPLE OF FLORIDA THAT
Article X, Florida
Constitution, Is amended to
add the following: ,
Section 27.
Comprehensive Statewide
Tobacco Education . And
Prevention Program. In order
to prote.: peor-i , especially
youth, 'ror. r.ealitr hazards of
using tobacco, including addic-
tive disorders, cancer, cardlo-
as.:uiar di seases,- and lung
l. -3i .-,s.. and to discourage
use.of tobacco, particularly
among youth, a portion of the
money that tobacco 'compa-
nies pay to the State of Florida
under the Tobacco Settlement
each year shall be used to
fund a comprehensive
statewide tobacco education
and prevention program con-
sisteht with recommendations
of the U.S. Centers for Disease
." , r..iH i r Fr-. rnil.:.,. LCDCl,

(a) Program. The money
appropriated pursuant to this
section shall be used to fund a
comprehensive statewide
tobacco education and preven-
tion program consistent with
the recommendations for
effective program components
in the 1999 Best Practices for
Comprehensive. Tobacco
Control Programs oftthe 'CDC,
as such Best Practices may be
amended by the CDC. This
program shall include, at a
minimum, the following com-
ponents, and may include
additional components that are
also contained within the CDC
Best Practices, as periodically
amended, and that are effec-
tive at accomplishing the pur-
pose of this section, and that
do not undermine the effec-
tiveness of these required min-
imum components;
(1) an advertising campaign
to discourage the use of tobac-
co and to educate people,
especially youth, .about the
health hazards of tobacco,
which shall be designed to be
effective at achieving these
goals and shall include, but
need not be limited to, televi-
sion, radio, and print advertis-
ing, with'no limitations on any
Individual advertising medium
utilized; and which shall be
funded at a level equivalent to
one-third of each total annual
appropriation required by this
section;
(2) evidence-based curricula
and programs to educate
youth about tobacco and to
discourage their use of it,
including, but not lirnited to,
programs that involve youth,
educate youth about the health
hazards of tobacco, help youth
develop skills to refuse tobac-
co, and demonstrate to youth
how to stop using tobacco;
(3) programs of local com-
munity-based partnerships
that discourage the use of
tobacco and work to educate
people, especially youth, about
the health hazards of tobacco,
with an emphasis on programs
that involve youth and empha-
size the prevention and cessa-
tion of tobacco use;
(4) enforcement of laws, reg-


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ulations, and policies against
the sale or other provision of
tobacco to minors, and the
possession of tobacco by
minors; and
. (5) publicly-reported annual
evaluations to ensure that
moneys appropriated pursuant
to this section are spent prop-
erly, which shall include evalu-
ation of the program's effec-
tiveness In reducing and pre-
venting tobacco use, and"
annual recommendations for
Improvements to enhance the
program's effectiveness, which
are to include comparisons to
similar programs proven to be
effective in other states, as
well as comparisons to CDC
Best Practices, Including
amendments thereto.
(b) Funding. In every year
beginning with the calendar
year after voters approve this
amendment, the Florida
Legislature shall appropriate,
for the purpose expressed
herein, from the total gross
funds that tobacco companies
pay to the State of Florida
under the Tobacco Settlement,
an amount equal to fifteen per-
cent of such funds paid to the
State In 2005; and the appro-
prioailr. required by this seo-
lion srhall be adjusted annually
for Inflation, -using the
Consumer Price Index as pub-
lished by' the United States
Department of Labor.
(c) Definitions. 'Tobacco"o
Includes, without limitation,
tobacco Itself and tobacco
products that Include tobacco
anra are Ir.anes.3e or voe:lfed
*or huiTman ue .:.r coneump-
'Ior, Ir,.:ljdir,.g t.u nor Ii lim e
:0 , igai eleT; c Iq r pipe
tobacco, 'and smokeless
tobacco. The "Tobacco.
SSni.rrern mears TraT .:ertrlan
Seilerreni agreemenTri dateia
August 25, 1997, entered into
In saniene-,ri of Ire ase style
as Sitae or Fiorla. at ail
Amerrican T.:.ac.c: Company
el al Case tl.o C-1T6JE AH
iFla ISIr. i Cr CI I a E amend-
a. e ,' Silpulariln or
, Amer.dmeni dai.ed September
1i 1998 and r, Ir,iuaed arn/
3ub'equni anen-anTs, nand
successor agreements. "Youth"
Includes minors and young
adults. :
(d) Effective Date. This
.amendment shall become
effective Immediately upon
approval.by the voters.

Financial Impact Statement'
Trhis, amer.nime require:.
si.hial. .:,.errr,r.r-,t o appropri-
aie approwima[Sl,' "' million
inr. 20' Ir Ire Cor.prehen.rle
ilce",,.,nde To.ta,.:o Educailonr
and Pre.eni.on Program
Tr-reheafrr ihi, am ouni will
irncr'feae annually with infla-
tion. This spending Is expected
ic. r.ou�e tobacco consump-
ior, r, a result, some long-
l[rm s ian.lra, I C. i:Iae *,ri,t lioal
'.:I .rrm.r.Tl h alTh ari, , Irn5jr-,
ar..:., pro.,rarr, are. proCat.*l
t.ul inders rrnilna. i Ai.::. nrrlr-,r
r.e , Irm lo : 1, . tri-, j.o.err.r
ment is probable, but indeter-
minate:.

NO.5
CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND-
MENT
ARTICLE III. SECTION 16
(Cllizen Initinative)

Ballot Title:
I N D E'P E N D E N T
NON PART ISA N
COMMISSION TO
APPORTION LEGISLATIVE
AND CONGRESSIONAL
DISTRICTS' WHICH
R E P L A C E S
APPORTIONMENT BY
LEGISLATURE

Removed from the ballot by
the Florida Supreme Court.'

NO.6
CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND-
MENT
ARTICLE VII, SECTION 6
ARTICLE XII, SECTION 26
(Legislative):

Ballot Title:
INCREASED HOMESTEAD
EXEMPTION

Ballot Summary:
Prop.: inr m . rdnreni of !he
S i ale C.:.nriilui:r. I:. I. icrea:r e
the maximum additional home-
stead exemption for low-
Income seniors from $25,000
to $50,000 and to schedule the
amendment to take effect
January 1, 2007, if adopted.

Full Text:

ARTICLE VII
FINANCE AND TAXATION

SECTION 6. Homestead
exemptions.-
(a) Every person who has the
legal or equitable title to real
estate and maintains thereon
the permanent residence of
the owner, or another legally or,
naturally dependent upon the'
qwner, shall be exempt from
taxation thereon, except
assessments for special bene-
fits, up to the assessed valua-
tion of five thousand dollars,
upon establishment of right
thereto in the manner pre-
scribed by law. The real estate
may be held by legal or equi-
table title, by the entireties,
jointly, in common, as a condo-
minium, or indirectly by stock
ownership or membership rep-
resenting the owner's or mem-
ber's proprietary interest in a
corporation owning a fee or a
leasehold initially in excess of
ninety-eight years.
(b) Not more than one
exemption shall, be allowed
any individual or family unit or
with respect to any residential
unit. No exemption shall
exceed the value of the real
estate assessable to the
owner or, in case of ownership
through stock or membership
in a corporation, the value of
the proportion which the inter-
est in the corporation bears to
the assessed value of the
property.
(c) By general law and sub-
ject to conditions specified
therein, the exemption shall be
increased to a total of twenty-
five thousand dollars of the
assessed value of the real
estate for each school district
levy. By general law and sub-
ject to conditions specified
therein, the exemption for all
other levies may be increased
up to an amount not exceeding
ten thousand dollars of the
Assessed value of the real
estate if the owner has
attained age sixty-five or is
totally and permanently dis-
abled and if the owner is not
entitled to the exemption pro-
vided in subsection (d).
(d) By general law and sub-
ject to conditions specified


therein, the exemption shall be
Increased to a total of the fol-
lowing amounts of assessed
value of real estate for each
levy other than those of school
districts: fifteen thousand dol-
lars with respect-to 1980
assessments; twenty thousand
dollars with respect to 1981
assessments; twenty-five thou-
sand dollars with respect to
assessments, for 1982 and
each year thereafter. However,
such Increase shall not apply
with respect to any assess-
ment roll until such roll Is first
determined to be .In compli-
ance with the provisions' of
section 4 by a state agency
designated by general law.
This subsection shall stand
repealed on the effective date
of any amendment to section 4
which provides for the assess-
menf of homestead property at
a specified percentage of Its
just value. 1
(e) By general law and sub-
Ject to conditions specified
therein, the Legislature may
provide to renters, who are
permanent residents, ad val-
orem tax relief on all ad val-"
orem tax levies. Such ad val-'
orem tax relief shall be In the,
form and amount established
by general law;
(f) The legislature may, by
general law, allow counties or
municipalities, for the purpose
of their respective tax levies
and subject to the provisions of
general law, to grant an addi-
tional homestead tax exemp-
tion. not exceeding fity twenty
iWe thousand dollars to any
person who has the legal or
equitable title to real estate
and maintains r person mne par-
rm,annEr. reslidernc.I or e owner
and .who has attained age
slixty-five and whose house-
hold Income, as defined by
general law, does not exceed
twenty, thousand dollars. The
general law must allow'coun-
ties ana municipalities to grarni
Iris adilair.eal es mplion wllr.-
in . in lirl"s preScrilber In this
Su.Se;tiorn r' ordinance
ad.:.p ir., tme manner pre-
seriea 1by general law, and
must provide for the periodic
adjustment of the Income limi-
tation prescribed in this sub-
section for changes in the cost
of living.

ARTICLE XII .
SCHEDULE

SECTION 26 ircreaaead
homiesATeadl e.emotlnr -Trhe
ame'ndmrrnet to Sectln 6 o,
Arti.le ,'II In-re srni tre ig lmanl
mum a.itiiliOnai amounT ot Ine
hi.,me-teaao aniemoon for lou-
Inr ome i;arrlr5 snall laKe
etfect Januar' 1 2007

NO.7
CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND-
MENT
ARTICLE VIl. SECTION 6
(Legislative)

Ballot Title:
PERMANENTLY DISABLED
VETERANS' DISCOUNT ON
HOMESTEAD AD. VALOREM
TAX

Ballot Summary: ,
Proposing an amendment to
mee Siai C.:.r 'iiitu;,:.n to pro-
,..- a aci:c.:, r from the
amount of ad valorem tax on
- the homestead of a partially or
totally permanently disabled
veteran who is age 65 or older
who was a Florida resident at
the ,time of entering military
service, whose disability was
combat-related, and who was
honorably discharged; to spec-
ify the percentage of the dis-
count as equal to the percent-
age of the veteran's perma-
nent service-connected dis-
ability; to specify qualification
requ.irem ni: lor Ie sii:.3urr
.: auirorie Ite LedgliaTur.e '1
...a..e rie annual appl calion
requirement in subsequent
years by general law; and to
specify that the provision takes
effect December 7, 2006, is
s lf.eCcultng,. ana does not
reQaure .ITpcimering legisla-"
tion..

Full Text:
ARTiCLE '.11 '
F NArNCE AIlD TAVTIOrT

SECTION 6. Homestead,
exemptions.-
(a) Every person who has the
legal or equitable title to real
estate and maintains thereon
the permanent residence of
the owner, or another legally or
naturally dependent upon the
owner, shall be exempt from
taxation thereon, except
assessments for special bene-
fits, up to the assessed valua-
tion of five thousand dollars,
upon establishment of right
thereto in the manner pre-
scribed by law. The real estate
may be held by legal or equi-
table title, by the entireties,
jointly, in common, as a condo-
minium, or indirectly by stock
ownership or membership rep-
resenting the owner's or mem-
ber's proprietary Interest in a
corporation owning a fee or a
leasehold initially in excess of
ninety-eight years.
(b). Not more than one
exemption shall be allowed
any individual or family unit or
with respect to any residential
unit. No exemption shall
exceed the value of the real
estate assessable to the
owner or, in case of ownership
through stock.or membership
in a corporation, the value of
the proportion which the inter-
est in the corporation bears to
the assessed value of the
property.
(c) By general law and sub-
ject to conditions specified
therein, the exemption shall be
increased to a total of twenty-
five thousand dollars of the
assessed value .of the real
estate for each school district
levy. By general law and sub-
ject to conditions specified
therein, the exemption for all
other levies may be increased
up to an amount not exceeding
ten thousand dollars of the
assessed value of the real
estate if the owner has
attained age sixty-five or is
totally and permanently dis-
abled and if the owner is not
entitled to the exemption pro-
vided in subsection (d).
(d) By general law and sub-
ject to conditions specified
therein, the exemption shall be
increased to a total of the fol-
lowing amounts of assessed
value of real estate for each
levy other than those of school
districts: fifteen thousand dol-
lars with respect to 1980
assessments; twenty thousand
dollars with respect to 1981
assessments; twenty-five thou-
sand dollars with respect to
assessments for 1982 and


each year thereafter.
However, such Increase shall
not apply with respect to any
assessment roll until such roll
Is first determined to be in
compliance with the provisions
of section 4 by a state agency
designated by general law.
This subsection shall stand
repealed on the effective date
of any amendment to section 4
which provides for the assess-
ment of homestead property at
a specified percentage of Its
just value.
(e) By general law and sub-
ject to conditions specified
therein, the Legislature may
provide to renters, who are
permanent residents, ad val-
orem tax relief on all ad val-
orem tax levies. Such ad val-
orem tax relief shall be In the
form and amount established
by general law.
(f) The legislature may, by
general law, allow counties or
municipalities, for the purpose
of their respective tax levies
and subject to the provisions of
general law, to grant an addi-
tional homestead tax exemp-
tion not exceeding twenty-five
thousand dollars to any person
.Iho has the legai or equitable
nile to real aelsate ra main.
tains thereon the permanent
residence of the owner and
who has attained age sixty-fiVe
and whose household Income,
as defined by general law,
does not exceed twenty thou-
sand dollars. The general law
must allow counties, and
municipalities to grant this
additional exemption, within
. the limits prescribed in this
subsection, by ordinance
adopted In the manner pre-
scribed by general law, and
must provide for the periodic
adjustment of the Income limi-
tation prescribed In this sub-
section,for changes In the cost
of living.
(g) Each veteran who Is age
65 or older who Is oartlally or
totally permanently disabled
shall receive a discount from
* the amount of the ad valorem
tax otherwise owed on home-
stead property the veteran
owns and resides In If the dis-
ability was combat related. the
veteran was a resident of this
state at the time of entering the
military service of the United
States, and the veteran was
honorably dlscharoged upon
separation from military serv-
ice. Tfe discount shall be In a
percentage equal to the per-
rhntiage of thae etearan e er-
manriai cer.I-.-:.nn.ected
lisabilllr . a, deiterminTdn r.,. Trh
United States Department of
Veterans 'Affairs. To quality for
the discount granted by this
subsection, an applicant must
ubmilt to the counr.'y oroert.
aoc.rals r t. rtarch I cr.ol :.
re iho-rin,'. �at tr, ii lime .-:.I enlr
ing rilitar. s l. e an -,lnCial
letter irom the Lnile.i -tltle
Iatklar nm ri i al "eteranS .n ,lair
Stlario irie oerc ericrsa- ,l 11e
* rade n i : -r i,--.. cric e
dl it11i1.' anrd -uch ld7'il r
irhi isA -'onatI.' Ile rneili: mIn
di aOilits ' orr:l:,ai raia.n.i
ar, a , co:,, l re .lrer,r i
rnoor.rat..I i rl, arrie if irei
property appraiser denies the
r que.:l .:.r a5 .:.: unl Ti
cppraier rmu.i rincr. ir.-e srll-
ca.in inr i .nrlilg of ir.e r ,;..ri
5..r in A* riiil as r inA c ir.e r
rra The L.,lil.i-ur'
m~ r, I e neral 1, � ar i.e iri
m-nt in ;ul,,e.,u-_ri ,ear:
This subsection shall take
effect December 7. 2006. is
self-executing, and does' not
require imolementino leaisla-
tion.

NO. 8
CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND-
MENT
ARTICLE X SECTION 6
(Legislative)

Ballot Title:
Ef.IilJENT DOM.Hiifl

Ballot Summary:
P.:.po.s.n gar amendr.Ani to
mr.e Sita e Consilruic.n ic. pro-
r.bpl i1 ., Iranirer ci private
property taken by eminent
'h:,T.ir, . i rc. natural perso:' .or
pri.ailte ernll, proslailrI. lt,
Tme Legisilaure m., 0., b iaern'ai
lass psi-;eg 0, a ia i.i-urinn
Svole of 'the membership of
each house of the Legislature
permit exceptions allowing the
transfer of such private proper-
1', an.i pro..,inrg ir.a Ir: pro-
,,.iron .:., irne i. r.i rer .:. pri-
vate property taken by eminent
.'.:.'main i. apI l.:b, C le II Ir.s c.,-i
i 1. 3 1Or fring In st i sl redme
oi,:.r, u l lr,q i r.la iniihi11 , in.?
condemnation proceeding was
filed on or after January 2,
2007.

Full Text:

ARTfCLE X
MISCELLANEOUS

SECTION 6. Eminent
domain.-
(a) No private property shall
be taken except for a public
purpose.and with full compen-
sation therefore paid to each
owner or secured by deposit in
the registry of the court and
available to the owner.
(b) Provision may be made
by law for the taking of ease-'
ments, by like proceedings, for
the drainage of the land of one
person over or through the
land of another.
(c) Private property taken by
eminent domain pursuant to a
petition to initiate condemna-
tion proceedings filed on or
after January 2. 2007. may not
be conveyed to a natural Der-
son or private entity except as
provided by general law
passed by a three-fifths vote of
the membership of each house
'of the Legislature.

083006
083006


NOTICE OF SALE

Pursuant to Subsection 5 of FL
Statute 713.78, Donna
Caiazzo, as authorized Title
Specialist for Kell Recovery, of
Santa Rosa County, will sell to
the highest bidder for cash in
hand, subject to any liens and
encumbrances, the following
vehicles at 1:00 PM on 9-25-
06 at 104 E. 9 Mile Rd.,
Pensacola, FL 32534;
1) 1988 Jaguar VIN#
SAJHV1640JC548909
Vehicles may be inspected 1
week prior, at lienor facility,
6023 Dogwood Drive, Milton
FL 32570.

083006





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Sports

�idi;pne
SRCgof scramble is
looking for players
Registrations are being
accepted for teams to partici-
pate in the 13th Annual Santa
Rosa County Chamber Golf
Classic.
This is a four-person scram-
ble to be held Oct. 6 at The
Moors with a shotgun start at 1
p.m.
Entry fee is $400 per team
and includes golf cart, range
balls, two beverage tickets.
after round dinner; door prizes.
goodie bag, two mulligans. and
one tee buster per player.
For more information or to
register contact the chamber
offices at 623-2339.
FC Santa Rosa begins
registraion for the faN
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 LI-6 group through Li-18.
Fees will range from $60
for the Li-6 players to S80 for
- those playing in the Li-12. Li-
14, and 6L-18 age di isions.
Returning players with the
red and white rex ersible jersey s
and multi-children player fami-
lies ill receive a discount.
If you ha e an) questions
cOntact Art Czerwien. vice-
president of recreation at Q94-
8510.
Peican FaW leage to
hold baseball youts
:The Pensacola Pelicans will
host the first-ever Pelicans Fall
Baseball League in Pensacola.
Try-outs are Sept. 2 from 9
a.m. to 2 p.m. and Sundayfrom t
p.m. to 5 p.m. at Pelican Park at
the University of West Florida.
An alternate try-out date is
Thursday at 6 p.m. for those
players who will not be able to
make the weekend sessions.
All high school baseball
players are welcome to play. No
one will be turned away and all
players will get their opportunity
to play.
Pelicans players and former
University of West Florida play-
ers will be the coaches and
instructors of the teams.
The cost of the clinic is.
$250, which gets them a league.
hat and t-shirt and pays for the
umpires, field usage, and insur-
ance.
To register or to find out
additional information, please
call 934-8444.

East i Yon Youth

East Milton Youth
Football League sending out
a big call for aspiring foot-
ball players between the ages
of four and a half to eight
years of age.
East Milton Football
officials are also a reduced
Registration fee of $85 that
can be paid in -six install-
ments. No money or fees are
necessary at the time of sign
up.
No child will be turned
away due to financial hard-
ship and transportation is
available if necessary.
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.
E-mail your sports
related news to sports
@srpress-gazette.com


Not for the faint of heart


07Royals and Panthers searching for first win; Pace at home


By BILL GAMBLING
- PG Sports Editor .
Week two in Santa Rosa.
Count} is expected to be just a
tough if not tougher than week
one for Santa Rosa Counti
teams.
Pace. who needed overtime
to defeat Ft. Walton Beach last
week. will square off against
Gulf Breeze at home.
The Dolphins 0-1i lost to
Choctaw 24-21 last week. but
this is pretty much the same
team that pushed the Pamots
i 1-01 to the limits in Gulf


Breeze last season.,
"Gulf Breeze is. an . out-
standing team." said Pace head
coach Mickey Lindsey. "I have
a lot of respect for them and the
lob that Coach iChnsi Nenuth
has done."
Last season Pace used one
of it lauded comebacks to
defeated Gulf Breeze 33-30 and
Lindse. and company are
expecting nothing different this
%week.
"Each %week it will be like
this." said Lmndse}. who earned
his 125th \\in as the Patriots


head coach last week. "The.
.whole area is full of great teams
so you better be ready to play
e\er week."
Leading the Dolphins
offense will be four-year starter
Brad McGuire at quarterback.
"He is known for making
big plays and has experience."
said Lindsey. ".A four-year
starting %arsity quarterback is
unheard of in this day and time.
"It all starts with i McGuire
on offense, but the\ have a
solid running game. good
receivers, and a solid kicking


game."
This could be a game that is
decided yet again by special
teams or a single turnover.
At Milton i0-11' the pads
%were popping \ery loudly after
the Panthers dropped their sea-
son opener at home to
Washington last week.
Friday theN hope to even
their record this season as they
host West Florida Tech i(-l
%'ith kickoff set for 7 p.m.. as
Milton will be holding Alumni
Nieht.
See. FRIDAY,Pg.4C(


the Panthers a 3-0 lead, but that was short lived as Washington came back to win 44-17 on Friday night in Milton.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin




MHS tam-ed 44-17
':: """!:": ."..Pr,'."Gaz.."te."ph."o.b'..B:l..G.a.b""n'


Pace spoils FWB's season opener in overtime


By BILL GANIBLIN
PG: Sports Editor
: ' Any football coach will tell
you ;-it takes four quarters .to
play a game.
Friday the Milton Panthers
found that lesson out the hard
wayf as Washington High
defeated the Panthers. in Milton
44-17.
After tying the game at 17-
17 with the opening drive of the
third quarter, the Panthers (0-1)'
couldn't. stop the Wildcats who
scored, 27 unanswered points
thanks to a fumble and two
interceptions.
"We played decent for three
quarters," said Milton head
coach Mike. Million. "But we
played a terrible fourtli quarter
and the team recognizes that.
"We got woke up and hit in
the mouth very hard; the pla. in


'the fourth quarter was, unac-
ceptable." .
Deep inside their own terri-
toi\ Milton's Matt Shouppe had
a punt blocked and recovered
by Washington's Johnny Young
in the end zone for a touchdown
with 1:49 in the. first half to take
a 17-10 lead following Michael
Tay Ior s point after.
Milton wasn't fazed and
started marching down the field
but the drive stalled on the
Wildcats' 39-yard fine .and time
ran out in the second quarter.
After halftime Milton got
the ball and went to work by
methodically driving down the
field and chewing up the clock
before Dustin Land scored ,on a
24 yard run with 6:24 remain-
ing in the third quarter to tie the
game'17-17.
The Wildcats regained the


lead when Lynnderrick
Williams hit Ladarius Green for
a 44-yard touchdown pass with.
3:01 remaining in the third
quarter to go us 24-17.
Then the wheels came off
the Panthers machine.
Christian Woods fumbled
on Milton's very next posses-
sion and Washington took over,
at the Panthers 23, which result-
ed in' a touchdown n by Williams.
Then on the next two pos-
sessions Milton's Dustin Land
'was intercepted as the Panthers
took to the air with Washington
taking over at the Milton 31 and
24 yard lines respectively.
Land led the Panthers with
75 yards rushing on 10 carries,
Iw% while Woods was next with 64
yards on 12 carries.
The only other Milton
See, PANTHERS, Pg. 3C


Milton's T
By BILL GANIBLIN
PG Spolt, Ediiu'
The race for the Snowball
Derb\ is- heating up at Fi\e
Flags Speedway and ilui. Fnda\
it %\ ill get \er\ tight to see %\ho
\\ill earn an automatic berth in
the 39th annual e\ent.
Race four of the Blizzard
Series \\ ill hit the track nith the
Miller Genuine Draft 101) and
one local dn\er in particular is
looking to see - here his car
stands .'.;hen racing action gets
underma\ at 8 p m
Keith Thorpe. %\ho is cur-
rent\ second in the Pro Late
Model standing behind Steten
Da\is. is looking to see ,.hat
his car is capable of this Friday.
"This was kind of a last
minute decision," said Thorpe,


Milton's William Beasley is seen
with the football after a recep-
tion in Friday's game against
Washington.


horpe face


- -- -




%\ ho missed making the
Snow ball Derby last season
"'\e are looking at running the
final tw[o Blizzard Series races
and see where the car shakes.
Out.
"'\\e hae had a bunch of
work done to it and the onkl
thing is I feel �e are down a lit-
tle on horsepow er."
Da\e Mader III currenitl,
leads the Super Late Model
Blizzard Series by a .60-point
margin over Wayne Niedecken
Jr.


Pace head coach Mickey Lindsey
keeps a watchful eye on practice
after earning his 125th win at
Pace Friday against Ft. Walton
Beach.


Jay gets


bitten by


turnOvers
lBulldogs take advantage,
of five miscues in 28-0 win
By KYLE WRIGHT
Neis Buletin Sporls Eduior
CRESTVIEW -
Crestl ie%% probably didn't need
the help.
Jay provided a little an\-

The Ro als committed five
turnovers during a 28-0 loss
against the Bulldogs on Friday
in Jack Foster Stadium during
the season opener for both
teams.
Jay lost three fumbles and
an interception on its first four
possessions to fall behind 21-0.
The Roxals couldn't make up
the lost ground.
"We did
fumble a
couple of
Iimes at
inopportune
moments
Ja\ coach
Elijah Bell
said. "But
Crest\ iew ris
%e hole lot
tougher than
as overall. Bell
'They are, a
heck of a football team.
"We've going to have a
good year. This is just a tuneup
to see how tough we are. I look
forward to the rest of the season
because I think we learned
some things about our kids
tonight."
Crestview's revamped
defense now owns something
the Bulldogs' feared 2005
defense never got to enjoy - a
shutout.
The Class 4A Bulldogs dis-
patched the Class 1A Royals
with ruthless precision.
Crestview's defense forced
five turnovers, including three
fumbles and an interception on
Jay's first four possessions;
The, Dawgs' 'first string
offense scored touchdowns on
its last four possessions.
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Second through seventh
place in the Super Late Model
standings is onli separated b\
55 points with the top fihe "ho
do not qualify, for the 39th
Snowball Derb\ guaranteed a
spot in the field later this, ear.
Niedecken is fi\e points
ahead of Joe\ Senter. who is
currently third. followed b\
Donald Long in fourth and
lerem' Pate rounding out the
top fike
By competing in the Pro
Late Model Series. Thorpe
hopes to ha\ e some e'.penence
to fall back on this Fridai.
"Thursday's practice %. ill
be the first time I ha\e drnen
the Super Late Model car all
year," said Thorpe. "But I hope
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Teams from all over the southeast converged on Pace and the Santa Rosa Soccer Complex on Saturday*"
for a play date that featured 71 different teams from Florida, Mississippi, Alabama, and Tennessee. This
tournament was part of the Southern Soccer League, which holds tournaments across the region to help
promote the game of soccer and raise the level of play. Results of the tournament were not available as
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touchdown came in the Dedrick
Simmons scored from eight
yards out with 7:13 remaining
in the second quarter to give
Milton a 10-7 lead.
Simmons finished with 24
yards on five carries.
In the air Land was eight-
of-19 for 75 yards and two
interceptions.
Keenan Tillman and
Demarco Dixon finished the
game with three receptions
each and finished with 22 and
21 yards respectively.
William Beasley had one
catch on the evening for 25
yards.
The Panthers finished the
light with 239 yards of total
offense, while Washington fin-
ished with 352 yards.
Defensively Matt Chavers
lad 10 tackles with two for a
16ss and one fumble recovery.
Tony Johnson and Beasley
each recorded a sack on the
evening.
i While Milton's evening
ended on a bad note, some
nught consider Pace bad guests
,s\ they ruined Ft. Walton
Beach's dedication of their new
stadium with a 35-34 win in
Overtime. -
The Patriots (1-0) led 21-14
at halftime, but that was just a
prelude to what w as to come as
both teams proved to have
high-powered offenses.
Pace needed oqly one play
in overtime to score as Patrick
Coogan found Vance Smith
after rolling out for the touch-


William Beasley got very abccuainted with the Washington High punter on this play after he mishandled
the football. Milton would recover the mishandled snap and move down the field to score a field goal
and take a 3-0 lead. But that advantage would be short lived as the Panthers dropped their season open-
er at home 44-17.


down.'
Eric Martinez added the
e\tra point., whichh would be the
difference maker thanks to sen-
ior Drew Cuimberland.
Ft. \Walton Beach's,(0-1)
Sam Zelinskas called his own
number and scored on a bootleg
and the Vikings decided, to go
for the tie.
Which is where
Cumberland enters the picture
as he sprinted in to get a hand
on Case Cooper's kick and give
the Patriots the win..
"We were able to pull it
out," said .Pace head coach
Mickey Lindsey, who obtained
his 125gth career win as the
Patriots head coach. "It was a


back and forth game all night
long. ,
' -\-hen one team got a little
momentum then something
n would happen like a turnover or
big play to swing the momen-
tum to the other side."
Ft. Walton Beach .looked
poised to open the season and
Steve Riggs Stadium with a
win, as Carl Richardson inter-
cepted Coogan and returned the
ball 45 \ yards for a touchdov n.
But the junior quarterback
was not rattled in the least as he
came back to lead Pace down
the field to tie the game with
1:36 left in regulation.
Coogan went three-for-four
on the drive for 61 yards before


'ress Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin
Airi Johnson went up the mid-
dle for eight yards to tie the
game at 2S-2s.
SSo how does Lindse\ feel
after reaching the 125 win
plateau at Pace. "
"I hadn't even given it
much thought," said Lindsey on
Monday morning. "I just thank
the Lord I have the opportunity*
to coach these fine young men;
I am very blessed.
"All along this has been a
team effort, but I get the credit
% hen it belongs to everyone
here at Pace."

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


Football contest


goes to tie-breaker

N McWaters and Brown post 10-0 week
to start the contest season off right


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
The games have begun and
it was a very wild week as
football season got underway
and so did the Press Gazette
football contest.
With the thought of an over-
all season winner looming sev-
eral players stepped up and
met the challenge.
Jeremy Brown and Rulan
McWaters stepped it up the
most as both turned in perfect
10-0 cards, but due to the tie
breaker the $50 prize will go to
McWaters, who predicted 43
total points in the tie-breaker
between the Jets and Giants in
their pre-season game.
Bro% i expected a very high
scoring affair as he predicted
55 points.
Being one game off the
pace with a week of 9-1 were
John Raley, Dewayne
McQueen, LynRae Johnson,
Wade Miller, Gary Upshaw,
Keith Kirchharr, and Henry
Swift.
Posting a record of s-2 were
Mark Hodges, F.C. Brake Jr.,
Douglas Filbert, Letha
McCaskill, Murray Rutledge,
Bryan Hathaway, and Austin
Worley.
Washington's -44-17 win
over Milton proved to be


everyone Achilles' heel, while
the Woodham win over
Escambia High proved. to be
another snag "for our players
this week.
Glen Chavers, Martin
Brake, Shawn Hill, Paul
Hinson, Gray Weaver, Ronald
Taylor, and Rusty Jones fin-
ished the week at 7-3.
Jerry Miller and Ashley
McWaters checked in at 6-4,
while Donna Miller posted a 4-
6 mark for the week.
Be reminded if you missed
last week you do not want to
miss very many more as
besides playing for the weekly
cash prize there will be one
season winner.
The individual with the best
percentage above a qualifying
point will win a Wings on the
Go wings party.
Good luck and enjoy what-
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see if you can come out on top
this week.
Please be reminded that all
entries must be received by 5
p.m. on Friday at the Press
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By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
Milton 's volleyball woes
continued on Thursday when
they visited defending District
1-4A champion Washington.
The Lady Panthers fell in
three straight games 26-16, 25-
19, and 25-14 as they are now
1-3- on the season and 1-2 in
district action.
Kourtney Kabel and
Hannah Brooks registered four
kills each while posting a total
of five blocks between them.
"We played them close in
game one," said Milion head
coach Lori Erickson. "In game.
two we were a lot better on our
timing and blocking.,
"But Washington made
some adjustments and we just
don't have the hitting like they
do."
Despite the 1-3 start Milton
is looking forward to see how
things go with the stretch of
games starting with Pace.
"Since we don't have a lot
of hitters on the team we have
to rely more on our defensive
play which we are getting com-
plemented on by other coach-
es," said Erickson. "Things are
happening for us, but we are
still working with several dif-.
ferent lineups to find' what
works best."
Jessica Rushing posted
seven assists and four aces in
the losing effort.
Central is currently 1-1 on
the season after defeating
Alethia High three games to
one in a four game match in
their season opener the\ fell in
their home opener against


Jay's Jessi Johnson is seen registering a kill in a match rom earlier
this season. '
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Baker three game to none.
No other information was
made available by Central vol-
leyball head coach. Scott
Campbell.
Jay is now 2-3 and getting.
ready to enter into district
action.
On Thursday they dropped
a match against Gulf Breeze in
three straight games 25-22, 25-
16, and 25-13.
No stats were. available
from Jay on this game at press
time.
High school golf was


rained out on Thursday due to
the storms,, which traveled
through the area.
In a- late - reported golf
match on Tuesday at Tiger
Point Haley Nlillsap took the
medalist honors by carding a
thiee' under par 34 for nine
holes.
No other information was
made available by Pace girls
golf coach Becky King.

Story written by
Bill Gamblin. Reach him
a. t sports@srpressgizette.comi


Pelicans set new attendance mark


Press Gazelle Staff Report
Pelican Park %as packed
SaturdaN night as the Pensacola
Pelicans and Shreveport Sports
faced off in the last game of the
2006 season. For the first time
in Pensacola historN. the
Pelicans roped off the leftfield
warning track and im\ ited fans
to sit in the outfield to natch the
game. 4,209 fans came out to
support the team, shattering the.
previous record set earlier in
the season.
* The large crowd Saturday
also helped break the average
game attendance set in 2005. In
the game, the Sports held on to
win 5-2 as they prepare for their
post-season.
Shreveport took advantage
of six walks through the first six.
innings and scored four runs
before the Pelicans could get on
the board. ,Coby Smith singled
and then stole second base,
third base and home to score the
first run of the game.


Jay


Conntiitd From Pagt One
"I'm most pleased about
being 1-0 and getting the
shutout and executing." CHS
coach Matt Brunson said. "We
did a lot of things well."
Jay's veer offense gained
some yards -here and there,
against the Crestview defense.
But turnovers kept the Royals
from penetrating too far. Jay's


offense. never got past the
Cresiview 30.
"We need our defense to
force some turnovers and score
some points," Brunson said.
"We are hoping that becomes
contagious."
CHS senior linebacker JL.
Thomason recovered two. of the
fumbles and frequently got to
Jay quarterback Brandt


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Tuesday Night
Church League
Oops Alley
August 22, 2006
High Game Men: Mike Sorenson
- 226
High Game Women: Betty
Hamm - 170
High Game Team: Team 7 - 675,
High Series Men: Robert


Frommel - 592 .
High Series Women: Brenda
Gilley - 468
High Series Team: Team 7 - 1912
League Overall Standings: 1.
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3 3-1, 4. Team 5 2-2, 5. Team 9 2-
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Hendricks.,
."The front five opened,
things up," Thomason said.
"The front five let me run free.
*"We're not the biggest
defense, but we can fly. If one
of us gets a hold of you, we're
going to knock the ball loose."
Crestview's offense got
rolling after a three-and-out on
its first possession.
Running back Calvin Siler
and receiver Rhys Polk sparked
the Dawgs by' gaining extra-
yardage on: second efforts dur-
ing Crestview's second drive.
Stephon Thrash -scored the
game's first points on a nine-
yard right-to-left scamper on
the first play of the second quar-
ter.
John Robinson bulled into
the end zone from one yard out
to make it 14-0 on a drive set up


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by Thomason's second fumble
recovery.
Joe' Thigpen and Kyle
Harrington hooked up for the
knockout blow late in the first
half as Harrington caught a 28-,
yard pass from Thigpen while
landing on his back in the right
side of the end zone. The catch
gave CHS a 21-0 halftime lead,
Thrash scored the game's
final points on a 22-yard left-to-
right run.
Jay's bright spots came
early. Brandt Hendricks com-
pleted five of his first seven
passes, including some key
completions on third' down.
Tyler DeGraaf broke loose for
long gains on the option.
"We were fired up and had
a good week of practice," Bell
said. "I'm just real proud of our
kids.''


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Neb Brown was hit by a
pitch %with two out in the third
and advanced to third base
%when the two hitters behind
him were walked. Brown came
in to score on an AI Corbeil sin-
gle. In the fourth inning a two
out double bN Neb Bro%%n
brought Austin Easle\ and
Melvin Falu around to, scored
stretching the Shreveport lead
to 4-0. , "'
Pensacola started to chip
away at the lead in the sixth
inning and threatened to do
major damage with bases
loaded and only one out. Juan
Rocha reached base on a ,walk
and advanced to third on a
double by Jose Yepez and
Drake Wade was hit by a pitch
to load the bases. Catcher
John Pasieka then grounded
out but brought got an RBI as
Juan Rocha came in to score
and the Pelicans cut the


Friday

Continued From Page One
Last week the Jaguars
traveled to Na\ arre where they
we beaten 45-0, but Milton
head coach Mike lMcMillion
warns West Florida Tech is not
a push over.
"West Florida Tech has.got
a lot of good athletes and
size," said McMillion. "And,
they have several big, strong
linemen.
."From what we watched
on film Navarre played a very
good .football game against
them."
Last season the Jaguars
played a very tough game
against the Panthers, but were
turned away by the score of
10-0.
"We are taking things one
step and one game at a time,"
said McMillion on Monday.
"We are not looking behind
and we are not looking ahead.
"We had one of our best
practices today and our focus
is on this Friday."
According to Mike
Thorpe, assistant Principal at


Blizzard

Continued From Page One
we can fall back on what we
have learned this season in 'the
Pro Late Model series.
"I feel by running the entire
Pro Late Model season I have
gained something we can bring'
to the track and help us set up
the car on Friday."
But the big picture Thorpe
is focusing, on is the Pro Late
Model title despite being 57
points behind largely due to one
bad race at the beginning of the
season.
"We had a'bad night the
first night we raced so Steven
has a fairly decent lead," said
Thorpe. "But we have two
more races ahead and one of
them is a double points night.
"Who knows, he may get
caught up in something like we
did the first night; but we are
definitely going out to win."
Qualifying for Friday's
races will get underway at 6:45
p.m.
So with Thorpe running his
Super Late Model is he looking
at making an attempt at the
Derby again in 2006?
"We are definitely going to
run the Snowflake this year, but
I am not too sure about the
Derby," said Thorpe. "We have
to see how we do in these two
Blizzard races.
"If we do well then it will


Shre\eport lead to three runs
Because of the departure of
Ed Montague and George
Branch to the Canadian-
American League the Pelicans
found themselves short a hitter.
Instead of using starting pitch-
er Michael H\le as a batter.
Kash Beauchamp decided to
bat pitcher Trey Stephens as,',
the designated hitter.
Stephens delivered by get-,.
ting singles in each of his first;
three at-bats and he came:.
around to scored in,the seventh
inning when he was driven in
by RoloAvila.
The Sports added another
run in the eighth as Austin
Easley drove in Al Corbeil,
giving Shreveport a 5-2 lead. :
Trino Aguilar reached base
in the bottom, of the ninth but
would not get any further as
the.,Sports held on for a 5-2
win.


Milton, High, Alumni Night
will honor all former
Panthers.
The alums from the former
downtown campus " ill gather
in the south end zone, while.
the current campus alums will
gather in the north end zone.
Also being held prior to'
the game will be a gathering of'
the 1986 Milton graduates ini
the cafeteria at 5. p.m.
Another team looking to
get their first mark in the winm
column is Jay, who will ,be'
traveling to Flomaton.
Friday 's game at Flomato&n
is set to kick off at 7 p.m. and-
will renew a past rivalry. a
Last week the Royals saw,
four turnovers hurt them as;
they went up against a much'
larger Crestview squad in�
dropping a 28-0 decision. a
Attempts, to contact Jay
coach Elijah-Bell pri6r to press'
time were unsuccessful.

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come down to sponsorship."'
Thorpe pointed out the tire,
bill alone for the Derby can run:
around $3,000, which is two or
three sets for practice along
with the tires for qualifying and
race day if you make the field.:
"Most of our sponsorship is:
tied up for the Snowflake.
thanks to Flatcreek Trucking
and Jones Roofing, but we canr
always use moree"
Just how difficult will it be
. to run in the Snowflake and the
Snowball Derby on the same
weekend?
"I have done both races in
the past and it can get pretty
hairy," said Thorpe. "The good
thing if we decide to do it is we
will not have to work on the
Pro Late Model car that much
and still have a real good
chance.
"That would allow us more
time on the Super Late Model
car."
Pit gates at Five Flags
Speedway this Friday will open
at 2 p.m. with practice set to get
underway at 4 p.m.
Tickets are $15 for adults
with children ages six to 11 just
$3 and the grandstand gates
will open at 5 p.m.

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at sports@ srpressgazette.coril


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East Milton got their 2006 youth league football season under-iav
with the Emerald Coast Football lamboree. The jamboree featured
teams not only from East Milton. but Northeast Pensacola, the Boy,
and Girls Club of Pensacola, and the Brent.
Scores were not made available at press time, but the key to the
games Saturday were to give the players a change to get some plaI
ing time outside of practice.


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August 30, 2006


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


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HOT JOBS NOW!





, ....... . .- Needed-Professional individual for Part-time in Pace.
medicaid eligibility Hours flexible. Must know

Be able to work independently. Income tax knowledge a plus.
Position is in Milton area, second
shift/plus weekends. Excellent pay.
Salary + Bonus + Benefits Fax resume to:
Fax resume to 626-5386 (850)995-8849





Must. ' ... . experie. RN'S and LPN'S Needed
* . -;. � ..Must have experience. -
Immediately
Office/Owner's assistant. I i Xtel
Ouickbooks Pro. Must have own Daily Instant Pay "Direct Deposit ;,
car. Great Pay, benefits and "401K 'Flexible Schedules
vacation. Fax resume 'RN & LPN Contract Available .
850-995-4701 or 6400 N. Davis Hwy. Suite 5 ,.
. ', �... , z. ,,," ...m. ' c.-' . ..... (850)857-7797 (850)857-7880
between 10 am-2pm. .. .. . .
. � . . . . . , . . , . . .. ."., . . . . . ... = .


"'GOT A BUSI-
NESS-" Dramati-
cally increase sales
by accepting all ma-
|or Credit and Debit
cards. 0%. Discount
rates! Free siart up'
Free equipment up-
grades' 1800)568-
9115.
5.200 GUARAN-
TEED 5 Years NO
TAXES A-RATED
SAFE CAPITAL
GROUP (800)692-
6893.
ADOPTION A nur-
lunng family seeks
o0 adopt an infant to
love and cherish.
We are financially
secure lo provide a
promising future.
Please call Christine
and David at
1888)322-0924.
BUILDING SALE!
"MANUFACTURER
DIRECT Since
1980' Extensive
range of sizesmod-
els Example-
40'x100'x16-=348/s
q I1 Ends optional
3-week delivery.
25x40x12 $3990
(LIMITED OTYI.
Pioneer 1800)668-
5422.
COURT RECORDS
CONTRACTOR
NEEDED! Must
rave knowledge of
Criminal, Civil,
Liens, UCCs Real
Estate records at Ihe
court Fax & PC Re-
quired. Fax Re-
sumres to: 8661322-
8246 Attr- Michelle.
DEMO HOMESITES
Wanted owi In se-
lected areas' For the
New Kayak Pool -
Trie above ground
pool with in-ground
tealures. Save $
with this unique op-
portuntv Free Esti-
males FAST IN-
STALLATION.EZ Fi-
nancing. Call
18666348-7560.


IS STRESS Ruining
Your Relationships?
Buy and Read DIA-
NETICS by L. Ron
Hubbard Call
(8131872-0722 or
send $8 00 to Dia-
nelics, 3102 N Ha-
Dana Ave., Tampa
FL 33607.1
LIBERTY TAX is or-
fering Iree tax prep-
aralion classes.
Sianing Sept 6tr.
day and nighi
classes available.
For more informa-
lion call 623-1110
LICENSED LIFE &
Health Agents to
market full portfolio
ol insurance prod-
ucts including a $0
Premium Medicare
Advantage plan wilh
Part D. Unlimited
qualified leads Earn
75K 10 o 125k. Man-
agement Position al-
so available for tne
night candidate. Call
Larry or Steve ,3'
(8661224-8450 ext
5018.

SANTA ROSA GUN &
KNIFE SHOW
Santa Rosa County
Auditorium Old
Bagdad Hwy, Milton
September
16th & 171h-
9am-5pm.
Buy, Sell & Trade
Admission Adulls
$4, 12 & under free
Call Billy Rogers *'
850-957-4952
lor more Info or for
Tables $35 12-days)


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THIS'
PokeRhythms. .irey'
can't IIx stupid ..bul
thev can fix aboul
everything else. Gel
yours NOW, every-
day, FREE for 10
days hnrp wwwpo-
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TAX DEED TITLE
INSURANCE WITH-
OUT A QUIET TI-
TLE ACTION FAST-
ER & CHEAPER
Dave Schumacher.
President, Tax Tiile
Services t949)798-
1180 wwwtaxlile-
services.corn
WE BUY HOUSES
Apy area, condition
or price. No lees, No
hassles, manr op-
tions available. We
pay mortgage lates,
liens, and taxes
CLOSE IN 72 HRS
1866i500-5363 EXT'
212.
YOUNGER LOOK-
ING SKIN WITH LA-
SER LIGHT TECH-
NOLOGY. The
NuLase home laser
system rejuvenales
skin in as little as
one week. Visit
www ijuLase.com or
call 18001392-7929.



BAGDAD MINI
WAREHOUSE &
RV STORAGE
4065 Garcon Point
Rd Million, FI will
sell at public
aucion on oThursday
September 7. 2006
at 10-30a.m the fol-
lowing items:

11 Melody Jones-
dresser-grill-micro-
wave-miscel. boxes
lull of stuff-crib-
lamps-tables.

21 Patricia Lollie-cor-
ner TV stand-enler-
tainmeni center-
washer, dryer-sofa -
coffee lables.

31 Sheba Cline-TV-
Iwo micro-waves-so-
fa-bed-miscel. sturfin
bags and boxes

Cash sales only
Sales lax will be
charged unless a
tax resale certillicate
15 provided at lime of


Auctions
sale. Bagdad Mini
Warhouse & RV
Storage. Inc. Re-
serves the right to
remove any unils)l
from the sale.
Call(8501626-5858
for more inlormalion



HEAVY EQUIP-
MENT OPERATOR
TRAINING FOR
EMPLOYMENT
Bulldozers. Back-
hoes. Loaders.
Dump Trucks, Grad-
ers, Scrapers, Exca-
vators National Cer-
lilicaiion. Job Place-
ment Assistance:
Associated Training
Services 1800)251-
3274 www.equip-
menl-schoolcorrim.



102
Drivers
CAR HAULING.
Southeast Region.
$1.100+/WEEK!
Great Home Time'
Company Paid Ben-
elis! PAID TRAIN-
ING FOR DRIVERS
WITH MINIMUM 1
YEAR OTR EXPE-
RIENCE' i912)571-
9668 OR i866.|413-
3074.
DRIVER
DEDICATED RE-
GIONAL Guaran-
teed Home EVERY
Wkend' Avg $725 -
$1025/wk 650 pre-
loadedipretarped
Mobile. AL Terminal
CDL-A required
877-428-5627
www cidrivers corn
DRIVER- $1000
Sign on Bonus lor
Experienced Flalbed
Drivers Home
Weekends-
$950+ Week. Great
Benefits & Equip-
ment. Sludenits
w.CDL-A Welcome.
Call PGT. 18001837-
7748.


102
Drivers
DRIVER- NOW HIR-
ING QUALIFIED
DRIVERS for Cen-
tral Florida Local &
National OTR posI-
lions. Food grade
tanker, no riazmat,
no pumps, great
benefits, competitive
pay & new equip-
ment. Need 2 years
experience. Call .By-.
num Transport for
your opporturnly to-
day. (8001741-7950.

DRIVER- OWNER
OPERATORS "In-
creased Pay! "Low-
er Cost!! "insurance
& Morel It lakes 1
call to find oul: Call
Missy, (8001437-
5907, #2 Knight
Transponaiion.
www knighlrans.co
m.
DRIVER-HIRING
QUALIFIED DRIV-
ERS for Cenlral
Florida Local & Na-
tional OTR posi-
tions. Food grade
tanker, no razmat.
no pumps, greal
beneftis, competitive
pay & new equip-
mert. Need 2 years
experience. Call By-
num Transport for
your opponuniry to-
day. 18001741-7950.
DRIVER: YOU
WANT IT. WE
HAVE IT' Solo.
teams, owner opera-
iors company driv-
ers, sludenls, recent
grads regional,
dedicated, long
haul.
Van, flatbed MusI
be 21. CRST Career
Center 800)940-
2778. www drive-
forcrsl corn
OWNER OPERA-
TORS ONLY! 3200+
miles per week with
Our dry vans Out
10-14 days Top
pay. FSC or ALL
MILES' Trinity Na-
tonwide Carriers
18661398-2014


102
Drivers
DRIVERS- OTR,
Flalbed and Reefer.
Recent Average
$1,294-
$1,523.'week No
Experience' On the
Road Training Avail-
able Orientation in
Florida i800C771-
6318
www.pnrmeinc.com.
DRIVERS-FLATBED
$1700
Sign on Bonus
AL, GA & FL Dis-
paich
Home Weekends
GUARANTEED
Earr Up . it 39c: ri
BCB5 Ins -MeO:.,al
Dental & Visior Co
1 t.r-aic.40 - lO r., i90 l�O ay
5i0,: Pre-loaClead
Tarpea Load,
MustI e 31 leasi 23 yrs
,,d & 1 pr OTR Flaibted
Exp
SUNBELT TRANSPORT
Call Hero
1-800-494-8471
Aiw* P ir.oiTrr, c:orn
EVERGREEN
TRANSPORTA-
TION needs Drivers
to run the 13 SE
states with both
weekly and week-
end home time. We
otler good pay and
benefits. Company
pays $1000. sign-on
bonus II you are at
least 23 years old
and have a good
driving record w.'
HAZMAT endorse-
ment, please come
by our terminal 10o-
caled ar- 300 Hwy.
95A. Canloment. FL
across from IP pa-
per mill or call 968-
1702
GULF COAST
REGIONAL
TRACTOR TRAILER
DRIVER
'CDL
'Clean MVR
"Fork Lift experience
'40 cents per mile
plus drop off
'Home at night

Call: 850-626-8578


102
Drivers
OWNER OPERA-
TORS wanted. Long
Haul loads FL to CA.
CA to WA WA to
FL. Pull our Air-Ride
Reefers. Hammell
Transport Service
Inc Ask for Paul
Magana 1541)571-
3974.
, r.arnmelliranrisporn

TRUCK DRIVERS:
CDL training Up Io
$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.ruck
104
General Help
ACCEPTING
APPLICATIONS
for part time
Toll Colleclors for
Garcon Poini
Bridge
Musl be able Io
work any
and all shifts and
weekends and Holi-
days
For more
informallion call:
Monr - Fri.
939-7722
AMERICA'S DRIV-
ING ACADEMY
Slan your driving ca-
reer today Offering
courses in CDL A
One Tuition lee'
Many payment op-
tions! NO Registra-
tion Feel 1888)808-
5947 info@r-ameri-
casdrivingacademy.
corn
BREAKFAST COOK
needed for Bayou
Cale
Call 994-9232
WOLFF TANNING
BEDS Buy Direct
and Save, Full Body
units from $22 a
monih, FREE Color
Catalog CALL TO-
DAY' 18001842-1305
www np elsian corn


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104
General Help
CERTIFIED NURS-
ING ASSISTANTS
Looking for caring &
compassionate per- .
sonrnel io provide -
one-on-one care for
clients in Escambia
& Santa Rosa Coun-
ties. Flexible hours.
great pay. Apply in
person at: 4000
HWY 90, Suite G.-
Pace
CHRIST UNITED,
Methodist Church -is
receiving applica,
lions for Music/Choif
Director, anyone in-.
terested should call::
623-8820 between
hours of 9am-3pm
lor further informa'.
tlion Applications
must be received
before Sept. 12t1.
DATA ENTRY!
Work From Any,
where Flexible
HOurS. Personal
Computer Required,
Excellent Careef
Opponunity Serious
Inquiries Only"
1800l344-9636 Ex.
700.
DAY WAITRESS,
needed for Bayo',
Cafe
Call 994-9232.
DETENTION OFFI,
CER: Phoenix. Arn.
zona. Maricopa'
County Sherinff's Of
lice. $14 99'hr Ex-.
cellent benefits. No'
experience necessa-.
r. Corntaci',
1602i307-5245,
1877)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 a home:
nighily.weekly CDL-
training in your area
1-866-280-5309
WANTED Pff/T clean--
ing lady 626-8973


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SANTA ROSA COUNTY
" GOVERNMENT
Accepting applications for the following:

* Engineering Tech I
* Court Clerk II
*Additionalemployment opportunities
online -- .
Apply online at, www.santarosa.fl.gov.
or visit Santa Rosa County Human
Resources,
6495 Caroline Street, Suite H, Milton,
FL -
Veteran's Preference will be given in
accordance with FL Statutes.

Drug Free Workplace/EQUAL
SOPPORTUNITYEMPLOYER
'IJ


Workforce Escarosa, Inc.

ProgramMonito

Seeking a qualified individual as internal monitor for programmatic andcontractual compli-
ance of all federally funded programs administered by Escarosa. Minimum qualifications are a
Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution and tee yearsexperiencein statelefederal
program operations. Year-for-year;experience may ubstitutelfor the degree. Also required are
poral and written communication skills ani ability to interact with community partners,
lProficiency with Microsoft s]oftare aInd~xperience with state management information sys-
iems are preferred.'


Employ Florida Marketplace & Management Information Systems Specialist

Seeking qualified individual as internal expert for the Employ Florida Marketplace (state job
Seeker database) and other state workforce case management systems. The individual will pro-
ivide training and technical assistance concerning these systems to all staff involved in federal-
jly funded workforce programs. Minimum qualifications are an Associates, degree from an
accredited institution and tw yearsexperience infederal/state workforce programs manage-
iment information systems. Year-for-year experience may substitute for the degree.

Qualified indiViduals may submit resumes to:
Edward Le Brun


9111-ASturdevant Street.
Pensacola, FL 32514
or
elebrun@escarosa.org
or
FAX (850) 473-0935
Deadline for applications: 4:00 pm, Sept. 1,2006
L-: Equal Opportunity Employer/Programs
Special'accommodations/ auxiliary aids are available to persons with disabilities upon request


Now Hiring an
experienced service
plumber- Immediate
opening,
Monday- Friday,
$12.00 - $16.00 an hour
D.O.E., Call for an
appointment a
626-8552


104
General Help.
FULL-CHARGE
BOOKKEEPER
Part-time in Pace.
Hours flexible must
-know payroll and
general ledger. In-
come Tax, knowl-
edge a plus. Excel-,
lent Pay
Fax resume to:-
(850)995-8849 *
HANDYMAN EXPE-
RIENCE or no expe-
rience. East Gate
Mobile ' Home
Ranch. 626-8973
HANDYMEN AND
WOMEN must know
some carpentry,
cabinetry, masonry,
'painting, roofing, til-
ing, :gardening, also
a driver and house-
keeper. Call Madhu
at (954)609-8525.
HELP WANTED
Carpenter's helpers
and framers. Must
have transportation.
, 554-2068 -
HELP WANTED
Roobf Leak.Repair
Specialist.
Pay pending experi-
ence. Send work ex-
periencefinfo, to:
Leakmaster
PO Box,842
Milton, FL 32572-:
0842


104
General Help
HELP WANTED
Must have expier-
ence. Office/Own-
er's assistant.
Quickbooks Pro.
Must have own car.
Great Pay, benefits
and vacation. Fax
resume -'850-995-
4701-or ca11850-995-
4601 -between 10
am-2pm.
HELP WANTED
Person.: needed for
light, housekeeping
1/2 day 3-4 days per
month. $7.50
References required
623-3428 ,
INTERESTED IN A'
POSTAL JOB Earn-
:ing ,,$57K/yr Avg
Minimum Pay? Our,
services can -help
you prepare for the
Postal' Battery Ex-
am, Find Out Howl.
Call Today For More
Information... :
(800)584-1775 Ref
Code #P5799.
POLICEE: OFFI-:
CERS:'Earn up to;,
$20,000 bonus.
Train toprotect your'
fellow Soldiers and
be a leader in the'
:Army National'
Guard. 1-800-GO-
GUARD.com/police


Jay Hospital
Dietary Aide/Cook- Education- H/S, GED Responsible for preparation
of food for patients, employees and visitors.
RN's- ull-time & Part-time positions. Florida License required. RN in
ER Department. ACLS and"PALS preferred..,.
Business 'Office Representative- HS graduate, type 30-35 wpm,
Previous experience in health care"setting preferred. Duties would
include, collect registration data-verify insurance obtain authorizations,i
schedule.op procedures, and assist with all other tasks assigned. Ability
to work well.and consistently under pressure.
Radiology Technologist- Graduate of accredited ARRT program or
registry eligible. HRS operator. Day shift. Must have excellent patient
care skills and good communication skills
Physical Therapy Assistant - Full-time, Must have PTA License to
treat physical therapy out patient & acute care. Administer therapy treat-
ments as directed by PT. Sign on Bonus!
Swing Bed Coordinator - HS graduate, CPR certified. Full-time.CPR
certified. Current CNA licence. Ability to work efficiently and effectively
with other healthcare team members.
Jay Hospital offers and excellent benefit package-Applicants inter-
ested please contact Wendy Covert in Human Resources at 850-675-
8069 .or" fax application to 850-675-8173 or e-maill tdo
wcovert@bhcpns.orgior apply in person at Jay Hospital 14114 Alabama
Street, Jay Florida.


104
General Help
LOCAL CHURCH
seeking nursery
worker for Wednes-
day night and Sun-
day mornings, ap-
proximately 6 to 8
hours a week. Call
623-6683 for more
information.
NEEDED-PROFES-
SIONAL INDIVIDU-.
'AL for Medicaid eli-
gibility specialist/in-
terviewer. Be able to
work independently.
Position is in Milton
area, second_
shift/plus weekends.
Salary + bonus +
benefits. Fax re-
sume to 626-5386.
OWNER OPERA-
TORS: Did you
average $1.88 in
your Tractor or
$1.41 '-in your
Straight Truck. last
week? -Our Owner
Operators did! Tri-
State Expedited.
(: 888)320:5424.
YARD HELP for
Landscape Supply
business. Good, val-
id drivers license &
forkiift experience a
plus. Monday-Friday
8-5, Saturdays 8-12.
Call 850-626-8578.


' 104
General Help
PUBLISHER'S
NOTICE
Milton Newspapers,
Inc. (dba The Santa
Rosa Press Gazette
and The Santa Rosa
Free Press) re-
serves the right to
censor, reclassify,
revise, edit or reject
any advertisement
not meeting its
standards of accept-:
ance. Submission of.
an advertisement
'does not constitute
an agreement to
publish said adver-
tisement. Publication,
of an advertisement
does not constitute
an agreement for
continued publica-
tion.

REGGIE'S
SEAFOOD & BBQ
Under new man-
agement.' Now
seeking experi-
enced cooks, wait-
staff & dishwashers.
Apply in person:
between'2 & 4
Mon.-Fri.
@ 7040 HWY 90.


104
General Help
WE'RE RAISING
pay for Florida Re-
gional drivers! Home
every weekend!
Home during the"
week! Solid weekly
miles! . '95%o.,
touch! Preplanned
freight! $.43 per mile
HEARTLAND EX-
PRESS (800)441-
4953 www.heartlan-
dexpress.com.

110
Labor
' "FENCE ..-
INSTALLERS
LABORERS

No Experience
Needed.
Plenty Of Work
Call:
Santa Rosa Fence
.995-4001
'For Appointment
Leave Message
.114
Medical
MEDICAL BILLING
SREPNEEDED'
Experience Prefer-
red. Full Time Salary:
based on experi-
ence. Fax Resume;
to: 626-2734


'OPS Vocational Instructors iB-F/C
-Position # DGz-37492/DCCor159
SANTAROSA CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION
The Florida Department of Corrections is accepting applications for
OPS Vocational Instructors MII - F/C at -Santa Rosa Correctional
Institute in Milton, Florida in. the following area of instruction:
Masonry - Hourly rate of pay is $18.00
Electrical - Hourly rate of pay is $18.00
-:' ' : r; l Carpentry - Hourly rate of pay is $18.00; " '
This is a re-advertisement. Previous.. Previous applicants are still
being considered.
These are not classroom setting and require hands on training with
inmates. These are OPS positions. No benefits are offered with these
positions.
Applicants must possess a high school diploma or G.E.D., and have at
least three years work experience in the area of trade field applying for.
Qualified applicants should submit a State of Florida employment
application with above position number no later than 11:59 PM EST
on 'Tuesday, September 5, 2006 to Convergys, ATIN: People First,
Staffing Administration, P.O. Box 44058, Jacksonville, Florida 32231.
Applicants may apply on line at HTPS://PEOPLEFIRST.MYFLORI-
DA.COM or call 1-877-562-7287
The Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer. If you require an
accommodation to participate in the application/selection process,
please contact the hiring authority or personnel office in advance;
Certain veterans .and spouses of veterans receive preference in
employment by the State as provided by Chapter 295. Florida Statutes,!
and are encouraged to apply. '


need you ...


Do you enjoy driving?

SHave you ever considered joining your
T 07 friends, neighbors and others from your

Community who are providing school., us
transportation for the schools in your area?


* Free Training

* No Experience Necessary

* Eligible for Unemployment:
Summer & Winter Breaks

* Experienced Drivers Also Welcome!


CARING PEOPLE SERVING COMMUNITIES


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'114
Medical
MEDICAL STAFF
NEEDED SIGN -
ON BONUSES!!

All Areas of Fla.
LPN .(1yr exp.)
FLOOR STAFF for

HOSPITALS&: Per
Diem or 13/26 wk.
C.N.A.S. PHELB.
P.C.T. 1-877-80-
S.T.A.F.F.
114
Medical-
RN'S & LPN'S
Needed Immediately.
(with hospital experi-
, ence)
*Daily Instant Pay
. Direct Deposit
.*401K *Flexible
Schedules * Rn &
LPN Contract Avail-
able.
Swannee Medical
Personnel
6400 N.- Davis Hwy,
* Suites5,
Pensacola,FL 32504
(850) 857-7797
(850)857-78600-fax


Placea-'
classified ad
today. Phone
: 623-2120.








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114
Medical
RN'S & LPN'S
Needed Immediately
(with hospital experi-
ence)
*Daily Instant Pay
*Direct Deposit
*401K *Flexible
Schedules * Rn &
LPN Contract Avail-,
able.
Swannee Medical
Personnel
6400 N. Davis Hwy,
Suite 5,
Pensacola,FL 32504
(850) 857-7797
(850)857-7800-fax

122
Retail

PART TIME Sales
Associate
Nixon's Clothing
Store
Retail experience re-
quired.
Apply at: 5061 Dog-
wood Drive Milton.

124
Sales &
Telemarketing


LIBERTY
NATIONAL
Life Insurance Co
Is expanding its
operation and is
looking for people
to fill insurance
sales & service
positions. Average
Annual earnings
$48,554. Fringe
benefit package:
2 retirement funds,
health insurance,
paid vacation,
convention trips &
many others.
No experience
necessary. We
have on the job
training. Contact
Jonathan Jones at:
983-7576 or
Fax
resume to:
850-682-1523
Liberty National
is an EOE
.ODC05398

126
Skills/Trade

AIRLINE MECHAN-
IC - Rapid training
for high paying Avia-
tion 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
MECHANICS: UP to
$20,000 bonus.
Keep the Army Na-
tional Guard Rolling.
Fix Humvees, Stryk-
ers, etc.' Expand
your' skills through
career training. Be a
soldier. 1-800-GO-
GUARD.com/me-
chanic.html.




Place a
classified ad
today. Phone
623-2120.


128
Positions Wanted

HARD WORKING
cleaning person
needed long term for
growing cleaning
business. Call 994-
1785



310
Business
Opportunities
ALL CASH CANDY
ROUTE Do you earn
$800/day? 30 Ma-
chines, Free Candy
All for $9,995.
(888)629-9968 -
B02000033. CALL
US: We will not be
undersold!

CERTIFIED MOLD
inspection and re-
mediation training.
Get certified as a
mold inspector or re-
mediation contrac-
tor. Recognized na-
tionwide. Great
small business op-
portunity. Contact
www.MoldCareer.co
rm (888)813-MOLD.

DIVORCE$275-
$350*COVERS
CHILDREN, . etc.
Only one signature
required! *Excludes
goyt. fees!. Call
weekdays (800)462-
2000, ext.600. (8am-
6pm) Alta Divorce,
LLC. . Established
1977.

DREADING MON-
DAY? Work from'
any location and
earn executive level
income. No com-
mute, no boss, .total
freedom. (Not MLM)
Call now: (800)831-
2279.
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
GUARANTEED
'YOU Will Love This!
The Best Health.
Product and Home'
Based Business On
The Planet Earth!
Website:.
www.vibe21.com
Phone: (989)413-
8591.
LOOKING FOR suc-
cessful entrepre-
neurs only - to open
franchise business
in town, must be
proven in manage-
ment, a born risk-
taker DO NOT CALL
otherwise (800)819-
2634.

310
Business
Opportunities
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
(866)224-8450 ext.
5018.


310
Business
Opportunities
TUPPERWARE
INTERESTED, we
do: Fundraisers (any
type groups) 40%
profit to organiza-
tion. Parties, order-
ing or replacements,
part-time or full time
career. Call: Brenda
Aderhold 626-4558 or
206-8843
315
Business Services
LACEY
FENCING &
DECKING,INC.
Services in-
clude fencing, deck-
ing, and marine con-
struction.licensed &
insured ALL WORK
GUARANTEED.
Call us today for a
free estimate (850)
623-2541.
ANN BARNHILL
TRUCKING
Dirt Work, Fill Dirt,
Crushed Asphalt,
Brown Dirt. Lime-
storne, Driveways,
Culverts & Mobile
Homes Pads
Call for price
(850) 623-3461
(850) 232-0670.,
Free Estimates!
ARTIE KELLER
STUCCO. Licensed
and Insured. Con-
yentional and Syn-
thetic Systems. No
job to big nor to
small. Call 698-8327
or 626-9164.
B&B HOME
IMPROVEMENTS
25 vears experience.
Free estimates
_,censed & Insured
Call anytime!
(850) 981-3936
"No job too small!"
BORDER TO Bor-
der Fence and Deck
Company. All types
of fencing installed
and- repaired. Spe-
cializing in privacy
fencing and wooden
de6ks. Our privacy
fences are built with
SCREWS. Free Es-
timates. 485-2532..
BROWN'S HAUL-
ING, INC..
Land clearing
Din work
Fr-.e E tim.ait
Brown fill or clay.
$160.00 per load in
the Milton area.
850-983-1590 office
850-554-3507 cell
DOUBLE "B" Land
Clearing. Backhoe
Work. Licensed and
Insured. Bryen Bal-
lard. (850)994-5740
or (850)232-1581.

315
Business Services
COKER'S LAWN &
TRACTOR Service,
from trimming to
tractor work. Clean
ups, raking, hauling,
mowing, bushhog-
ging, dirt work. Rea-
sonable rates, free
estimate (850) 623-
0493. Licensed & in-
sured.

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


315
Business Services

LOCAL HOME Re-
pair. Paint, drywall,
trim & tile. Fence re-
pair & installation.
10 yeais experi-
ence. Contact Paul
McMullen 850-723-
9767.
LORI'S LITTLE
RASCALS CHILD
CARE. Open Mon-
day - Friday 24hrs
day. Excepting all
ages and after
schoolers. No subsi-
dized please. For
more information
call 981-1875
RELIABLE HOME
AND COMMER-
CIAL CLEANING.
Call Shelia:
626-2278
D&D REMODELING
INC. General Con-
tractor All Types
Home Maintenance;
Roofs to Floors,
Renovations, Decks,
Tile, Plumbing, .Etc.
Evictions, , Move-
Outs, Construction
Cleaning, Pressure
Washing, Painting,
Tree work, & Etc.
Locally owned.
FREE ESTIMATES.
Lic.#4710-0037952
CELL#261-1173
CELL#261-3598
FWS REMODELING
&
VINYL SIDING
Locally owned and
operated. 25 years
experience. No job
too small!! Any type
of work.
995-7502 or
554--1767
GRANNY & NANNY
Old Fashioned
house cleaning with
old fashioned prices.
983-7394
HANDYMAN SERVICES
*DOORS
*WINDOWS
*SMALL HOME RE-
PAIR
FREE ESTIMATES
ROBERT WARNER
850-393-2032
HOUSEHOLD TERMITE &
PEST CONTROL
*Real Estate Inspections
*Guarenteed Pest Control
*Fromosan Termite Cover-
' age,
Locatedin Milton,
Licensed & Insured
850-456-5009
850-983-9908
J & L HOME
IMPROVEMENT
SERVICE'S
Carpentry * Paint-
ing
Pressure Cleaning
Fences * Decks *
Doors * Windows *
ect..
"One Call Does It
All" 983-3428
JESSIE TEEL'S
Cleaning Service
Jessie Teel
Owner/Operator
5212 Walker Rd.
Milton, Fl. 32570
'(850)983-1436
Cell: (850) 516-6588
Free Estimates -
Residential/
Business
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


S.S. Steele is the top company for Quality and Value.


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


Visit our website www,steelehomes.cc


1,00 s. f. o2,95s * .


Baths Sq. Ft.
B8llehaven I 1040
Ciadwick 2 1149
Stratford 2 .1257
Norwood ' 2 1341
Mayfair 2 1418
Diplomat 2 1510
Hampton 2 1525
Geilmini 2 1579
Inglewood 2 1586
Amlbssado' 2 1610
York 2 1622
Oxford 2 1713
Lxlngloiin ' 2 1812
Lexington 'I BR 2 1812
Pinibrook (SlSnIttiiilr Sorl,) 2 1833
Fleetwood 2 1949
Klngston (SIgnoiure Scries) 2 2129
Exei'tlie 2 1/2 221.
Reignicy (SiiltUt, S1lo0,) 3 2495
2 Bedrooml Duplex 2 (1 endl unrll) 17401
3 Bdirooni Duplex 4 (2 cll1h 1nlltl) 2062


SSS.STEELE
AND COMPANY, INCORPORATED
....no..u, 6705 N. Pensacola Blvd.* 477-7880
FL. Li, Co. C04481o Toll Free (888) 231-1255


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
S116,600
108,400
131,300
126.,300
5.1.1,000
II 1,6[0
13,800


315
Business Services

MCARTHUR'S
STUMP GRINDING
623-6634
Call for Pat:
293-6500 or
Call for Doug:
607-4798

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


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
*Dirt & Rock Sales
*Fill Dirt Clay
'Brown Dirt
Driveway rMaterial

CPrl 8O'r .- ' .l.44
Owner Operator
rIMI
Dieorce 108,Adoption 80
SName Change'55
FREE Typing, Call for
Worksheet (850) 434-7524
1850N."W"St. * '
(1 blk.N. of Flea Market)-

S & T Siding and
Windows
Windows, Doors
Siding & Soffit and
. Storm Shutters
Owner: CRC. Todd
,Griffitts
850-259-8474
850-537-8485
Free Estimates

THE SCREEN IM1Arl
Window Screen on
Site. Repair or Re-
placement. '
995-0719
Cell: 637-5611
Free Estimates
THE SCREEN MAN
Window Screen on
Site. Repair or Re-
placement.
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.
Financing Available
Free delivery & setup
(850) 983-2296 or
Cell: (850) 206-
4008
TRI-STATE ELECTRI-
CAL CONSTR, INC.
"Your Total Electric
Contractor" Since
1974-
Lightning Protection
*Generators * Land-
spape Lighting
Commercial * Resi-
dential
Office: 623-8087
Fax: 623-8083
TUTORING FOR
READING Grades
Pre-K through 7th.
Master's in reading.
Call: 221-0718.
Have a special
service you
would like
everyone to
know about? Tell
us so that we
can tell the
world. Whether
you're a CPA,
CNA, LPN, RN or
Just hold a CDL
contact our
advertising
specialists to
find out how our


action-getting
classlfieds can
go to work for
you ASAPI


320
Child Care
REGISTERED HOME
In Milton has 2
openings for infant
through 2 years old.
Mon - Fri 7:00 am
to 4:30 pm. 6 1/2
years experience &
references available.
Registration #FR-
6159-S Please call
623-1670
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
345
Lawn Care
ALL TYPES of yard
work at your con-
venience. Mowing,
edging, hauling of.
small debris :and
more. All work at
reasonable rates.
Call .626-9604 If no
answer leave a mes-
sage
CLARK'S LAWN
CARE- General
Maintenance &, All
Types of Tractor
Work - Licensed &
Insured. Call: Mike
Clark at 626-2428
PAGE'S TREE
Service Trim, cut &
remove. Call 626-
2159 (if no answer,:
please leave message)
Firewood $50. a
load and up.

Jon & Deb



Casey's


Nursery


Summer Specials

lgalCaladiums $1,00

igal Atec Giant Blue $225

3gal Hydrangeas $6,50


LANDSCAPERS
r WELCOME


3851 AVALON BLVD


850623.81091

Bring Ad for

10% off

all other items


360.
Miscellaneous
ATTEND COLLEGE
ONLINE from home.
*Medical, *Business,
*Paralegal, *Com-
puters *Criminal
Justice. Job place-
ment assistance.
Computer provided.
Financial Aid if quali-
fied. Call (866)858-
2121 www.On-
lineTidewaterTech.c
om.
BUILDING SALE!
"MANUFACTURER
DIRECT . Since
19801 Extensive
range of sizes/mod-
els. Example:
40'x1 00'xi 6'=3.48/s
q.ft. Ends optional.
3-week delivery.
25'x40'x12' $3990
(LIMITED QTY).
Pioneer (800)668-
5422.
FREE DIABETIC
SUPPLIES! MEDI-
CARE PATIENTS
Call Us Toll Free
(866)294-3476 and
receive a FREE ME-
TERI Am-Med Qual-
ity Diabetic Sup-
plies.
WANTED ALUMI-


NUM, brass, copper
cash pd. will pick up.
626-8406


MOELSOE
MONDAYFRIDA


S-U.CLSEDI


402
Apartments
1 BEDROOM fur-
nished apartment
with central heat &
air. No pets. $400.
month, $300. dep.
Call for appointment.
994-7246
FOR RENT
2/BR 1/BA duplex.
6230 Woodward
Lane in Milton.'
$630mo/$630dep.
No pets.
995-4831
FOR RENT
2/BR, 1/BA duplex.
No' pets $625/$625
near Avalon Bay-
. view. Must have
rental history.
554-8138.
404
Commercial
OFFICE SPACE
FOR LEASE
6061 Dr's Park,
1,800 sf, newly ren-
ovated. 623-5618
406
Homes
2 BR/1BA
CH &AC
New Carpet!
Water, Sewer, Gar-
bage Included.
$475./$450.
Triplex-Dearborn &'
Peachtree in Milton
1 block off Stewart
icenler apatrnmen
lacing DearbornA
Drive.by, then leave
message.
Call: 712-7513
3 BD/2BA Newly re-
modeled, central
heat and air, carport,
excellent location,
near elementary
schools. $850
month
$500 deposit-
623-9553

BRAND NEW
HOME FOR RENT
Or SALE

($5,000 Under Appraisal)
$150k No Closing
Costs

10 Minutes From
Downtown MI'lon

Call: 384-9405

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
6707 Cedar Ridge
Circle. 3/BR 2/BA
plus office. Built
2005. $1095/mth
$1095/dep.
346-7982 or 221-
1429

FOR RENT
Near Whiting
Brand New
Never Lived In
3bd/2ba/1 garage
1100 Sq. Feet.
$920 a month
Contact 529-0429
Sheffield &
Associates

HOME FOR RENT
Bagdad 3/2
2,464 sq. feet
Double garage
fenced. No smoking.
No pets. Good Cred-
it Required. Fridge
included. $1150/mo
plus deposit.
Call: 981-8330

HOME FOR Rent
Milton 1bd/1ba Du-
plex 1 Block West of
Milton Courthouse
5189 Santa Rosa St
$390/$390
Call:02514275


384-4361
HOUSE FOR Rent
(Munson)
20 ml,. North of Mil-
ton. In County,
3BD/1 BA,
Wood Frame House
Front Porch.
2 Acres Land On
Hwy. 1 ml. from
school.
Depost $400
Rent $600
Call 623-8920


406
Homes
NEW BRICK Home
in Pacell

3/2 Split plan. 1208
square feet. Nestled
on quiet street. Con-
venient to Wal-Mart,
Hwy 90 and 1-10.
Smoke Free. Pets
considered. Availa-
ble 9/1. $895 a
month.
Call: 426-6044
www.simplechoice-
homes.com

RENTALS 2 to 3 BR
in Jay, Milton and
Pace. $400 to $650
per month. Call:
994-5703
WATERFRONT
RENTAL
3BD/2BA fireplace'
w/huge family roo.
Avalon. Contact
Brenda: 393-8804
408
Land
FOR SALE by own-
er Walertroni 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.
Call: 623-0519
LAND FOR SALE
Refer to
Classification
#510

TWO BEAUTIFUL
'o01 approxmniraly 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. 94-7918
3BR 1 1/2/BA
$475/mo $450 de-
posIl Call 626-8959
FOR RENT 1 BR
1/BA Mobile Horme
for rent. Water and
'garbage furnished in
park. $435/200. No
Pets. Baycrest Real-
ty. Call 994-7918.
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
3BD 1 .5 Bath, all
electric, washer and
dryer hookup. 10x14
deck, no pets, trash
included.
$525 a month $500
deposit.
Call: 623-1601
FOR RENT
Very nice 2/BR 2/BA
Mobile Home.
$550/mth $300/se-
curity deposit. Credit
Check. 623-8565.
MARLBORO
VILLAGE
2bd/1ba, deck,
washer/dryer hook-
up. $400/$400.
Call:723-2532
MOBILE HOME
spaces for rent, can
accommodate all
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.
PACE 3BD/2BA
Doublewide on quiet
culdasac, close to


school & shopping.
W/D hookup, no
pets, no smoking.
$750 month $750

Call:623-8628


NICEMOBILE
HOME
3/2 W/D Hookup
All Electric 10x30
Deck, Garbage In-
cluded. No Pets.
$575 per month
$500 deposit
Call: 623-1601


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
rn (888)834-4409.

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,






452
Apartments





The All New!
Jay


Apartments

H Ii [ iii,., ' ,'M L rN ii.iti'
t lt\\i til[ R .


850-983-6995






504
Commercial

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

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

4 Ac Hwy 87 one
block N of 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
2 COMMERCIAL
BUILDINGS
FOR RENT
Good location in
Milton. Call:
623-5500

506
Homes

1.48 AC 430ft on
the Bay- Garcon
Point $250,000
Waterfront Lot

2.38 Ac with mobile
home and (2) 12x24
workshops. Ameri-
can Farms- Milton
$95,000

1800 sq ft. 3/2
home. Fireplace, 3
car carport, all brick
metal roof, close to
downtown Milton
$190,000

Cal: Wanda Jordan
850-384-0925 or
John Jordan 850-
420-0133
RE/MAX Total
Properties.
Toll Free:
1-877-936-7771

3 BEDROOM 2 Bath
Brick home on 2
lots, 200x150 ft,


Covered screened
patio porch. Central
Heat and Air. Seper-
ate Workshop. 2
blocks from Wal
mart In Pace, Florl-
,da, Call 623-1945

BRAND NEW
3BD/2BA home,
brand new sub divi-
sion $149,900, Flori-
da Coast Reality,
two to choose from
850-225-9899


506
Homes, -
EAST MILTON
Own for less than
you can.rent, 1 yr.,
new 4/BR on 1 acre'
with all appliances,,-
and over size ga-
rage. 5 minutes to,
110. Holley Proper-,,,
ties. Call Tom:
449-2983
Owner/Agent
FOR SALE
3/2 home on approx.-
1 acre in Milton. In-,.,
ground salt water,-*,.
pool with overlowing
water fountain, tiki
bar, hot tub, work-
shop. Skylights-:,
throughout, highT'.
ceilings. Some in-,':
side furniture and all,,:
outside patio furni--.,-.
ture to convey. Sur-,.."
round sound in living,-,
room, sunroom 8,
outside patio. CalL,,,
Christy Baker @,:
Cotton Real Estate-,.,
Inc. for more info.
850-698-3778
FOR SALE
40 acres in Allen-
town, property in- '
cludes two homes. -
Approximately 31 "'i
acres of timber
planted in 1998. "''
Property has many
possibilities and -
would be great for
development. -"
$600,000
Eric Gleaton Realty "-'
477-5908
FOR SALE "'
6416 Misty Lake '
Drive " "
3/BF, 2,'BA. all elec-
tric- new heat pump-.O
1330 heatedicooled.
cedar sided. A!
$169,900.
850-593-6015
after 5pm,
Realtor/Owner
FOR SALE BY..
OWNER 2/BR 1/BA
Concrete block on 1
acre land off of g
Woodbine. Central "
heat/ac new tile and
carpet. $120,000.'
obo. 554-2237 or'.
994-1266 '

Free hottub with 2-
slory cottage style
home in Milton .
4.BR, 2.5Baths, 2
car garage & ovel
.200 sq. ht. in turn-
key conailion. Large
bacKyard privacy
ence plus more tor
$180.000


Location &
with 900 sq.
convenient
=idge. Won't
ong ffor
i40 000.


Call Kathy Adkisori
Blue Moon Realty
850/791-3224

FOR SALE OR
LEASE TO OWN
WITH OPTION TO
BUY
3/BR 1/BA brick
home, Central
heat/ac, good condi-
tion carpet, fenced,
excellent location.
By appointment only
$88,500. 623-6494.
HOME FOR Sale
1330 sq. ft. House
on 1+ acre. 2/3 bed-
room 2 baths, appli-
ances. $68,500. 4
miles from Milton.
Call: 623-8511 to
view.

5525 Borden Road.
Must See To Appre-
ciate. 1 acre lot. 3
bedroom 2 bath,
Den, Florida Room,
Large Livingroom,
Dining.Room and
Kitchen, Large
Porch & Large Cov-
ered Patio. Extra
Large Garage.
Metal Roof.
Call: 626-9825

LAKEFRONT
HOME only
$145,000
3/BR2/B Brick/Wood
Hardwood floors,
large screen room
overlooking lake. No
flood zonelll Plus
$3,000 cash back at
closing to finish the
bonus room to your
IlkIngIll Call: 485-
4498 or 607-7218

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 webslte at
www.equity-lnvest-
ors.com


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506
Homes

NO MORTGAGE
PAYMENTS FIRST
4 MONTHS
on your new mort-
gage, in Milton,, on
"'this very nice, .
1300sf, 3/2 with new
roof, carpet, tile.
painted in and out
with 1/,4 acre privacy
fenced yard and sit-
uated on a private
road near Avalon
and Hwy 90. W/D,
Stove; Frig, D/W
and Microwave all.:
stay. $119,900 Don't
Wait, Call Now.
850-380-6199

UNIQUE REAL 'ES-
TATE OPPORTUNITY:
Milton 3BR/2BA
house with seller;
paying a 5%o down
payment + closing
costs. Special 2.90o
financing with pay-
ment of $434 96 per
month. Call: 954-
967-9991

510
Land

ACREAGE VA,
j Blue Ridge Moun-
tains. Build Your
Dream Home. Es-
tate homesites from
3 to 5 acres starting
at $89,900. Interest
only financing pro-
grams (800)420-
2278 www.stone-
ridgebentmin.com.


610
Land
5 ACRES fenced
pasture for sale.
Located off Munsbn
Hwy; Indian Ford
Rd. Close to Cold
Water Creek.
$90,000 957-8784.
.or 554-5237
FOR SALE 2 Acres
in, Santa Rosa
County, with an
Okaloosa ,County
Address. Land Is lo-
cated between Holt
and Harold, FL. High
and Dry with .no
Trees. $40,000.
623-3878 or 449-
6904 or 449-7977.
FOR SALE
Approx. 9 acres
.Garcon Point Rd.
South of Mary Kitchen
Rd 626-2833
LAKE BARKLEY,
KY LAND Sunsets
and serenity are
yours at this beautl-
fui lakefront com-
munity on te TN/KY
border. 90 min to
Nashville. Close to
Nat'i recreation
area. 1-40 acres
from tne $40s. (866)
339-4966.
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


510
, , Land

FOR SALE.
8 yvooded acres,
,Hwy 182 in Chu-
muckla $176,000.
995-0491
LOW WHOLESALE
Prices.' Investor Lots
1/4, 1/2 and ,1-full
acre lots. 6, '7, and
13 Acre 'Parcels.
Fully-platted and
buildable. Highlands
and Hendry coun-
ties. Call. Mr. Law-
rence (800)796-
6569.

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
(800)679-7976
www.hlghlandspass.


NC MOUNTAINS 7
acres on mountain
top In gated com-
munity, view, trees,
waterfall & large
public lake nearby,
paved private ac-
cess, $99,500
owner
1866)789-8535
NC77.com.


510
Land

NORTH CAROLINA
Mtns. Asheville Area
Starting @ $89,900
for spectacular par-
cels with views, wa-
terfalls,:. mountain
streams, amenities
& much more. Call
for appt. (866)930-.
5263.
ROCKY RIVER VIS-
TA -TN Spectacular
1 to 5 acre parcels
from the $40s.
Choose bluff view,
wooded or Pond
sites. Clubhouse
with fitness center.
Nature trails. Min. to
Fall Creek Fails
State ParK. Call
(866)292-5769

512
Mobile Homes

EASTGATE MO-
BILE Homes 3
bd,2ba, garden tub,
skylight, total elec-
tric 626-8973

FOR SALE
1997 Fleetwood Mo-
bile home. 2,BR
2.'BA. 14 x 70, cov-
ered porch, shed, vi-
nyl siding, central
heat/air. All applian.
ces stay. Excellent
condition must sell
Immediately Ridge-
way Blvd. Milton
reduced to $29,900
Call-983-9316.


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Mobile Homes


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


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.
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556


Homes

PALM HARBOR
HOMES Factory
Model Center
LARGEST in Amen-
cal Modular, Mobile
and Stilt Homes
Call for FREE Color
Brochures
1800)622-2832.

WESTERN NEW
Mexico Private 62
Acre Ranch
$129,990 Mt. views.
trees, rolling hills,
pastureland, borders
BLM. 1930's stone
homestead and barn
ruins. Horseback nad-
ing, hiking, hunting.
Perfect family ranch,
electricity. 100-% fi-
nancing. NALC
(866)365-2825.

558
Investments

GULF FRONT lots
$595k Homes siart-
ing mid $300k. New
master planned
ocean front com-
munity on beautiful
Muslang Island,
near Corpus Christi,
TX, www.cinnamnor.
shore.com,
(866)891-5163.


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Pointed remark .
Chant at certain Olympic
performances
Courtroom panel
Oxford, for one
* sequitur
Sheriff Taylor's boy
The biggest, continent
Tax figure: abbr.
Minute amount
Rio, Texas
Sixpenny piece
Abuse verbally
Approves
Microwaves
I Camera (2 wds.)
Common street name
Was in glee club
"Unsafe at -___ speed"
(Nader)
Photo flaw
Forster's Howard's __
Wadky fellow
Story with a moral
'Songwriter Farrell
Miami daily
Watchtower
New England cape
Understanding phrase
(2,wds.)
Pitcher Guidry
Biblical sellout
Legal holding
Type
Talks nonsense
Responds to a "Jeopardy"
clue
Public notices
Cries noisily


Youth group: abbr.
Sounds of appreciation
Hugh Capet, e.g.
Forming droplets
Towel-tossing word
Bribe
Sculptor's course
Connects.
Thereon
Formal service
One-fifth of a lustrum
Loop trains
Police blotter inits.
"___ Of Washington
Square"
Actor Adams of Smoke
Signals
Peddle
Tiny toiler
Island off Corsica
Break in the action
Wilbur Post's talking horse
(2 wds.)
Setting for The Sound Of
Music
Google and Rubble
Elizabeth Dole, _
Hanford
Boggy area
Small songbirds
Winner of back-to-back
acting Oscars
"Monster" of Mexico
Thrift shop tag (2 wds.)
Stink
Ancient
Tome
Police dept. alert
Oceangoing initials


558
Investments

LOOKING TO OWN
LAND? invest in ru-
ral acreage through-
out America; coast-
al, mountain, water-
front properties. 20
to 200 acres. For
FREE Special Land
Reports: wwwJand-
ouyersguide.com/fl.

TN - 3.73 ACRES
JUST $69,900
Beautiful 3+ acre
parcel. Central to
Chattanooga &
Nashville. Mature
hardwoods. Close to
state park, 15 area
golf courses. Gated,
clubhouse, fitness
center, nature trails.
(866)292-5769.

560
Land

BEAUTIFUL N.
CAROLINA ES-
QAPE TO BEAUTI-
FUL WESTERN NC
MOUNTAINS FREE
COLOR BRO-
CHURE & INFOR-
MATION. MOUN-
TAIN PROPERTIES
W, SPECTACULAR
VIEWS. ' HOMES,
CABINS. CREEKS
& INVESTMENT
ACREAGE. Chero-
kee Mountain
GMAC Real Estate.
cherokeemountanm-
realty.,cm (800)841-
5868.

DIRECT OCEAN
ACCESS PROPER-
TIESI STARTING
AT ONLY $79 9001
Properties up to 3+
Acres available One
Day Only Sale! Au-
gust 12th Call To-
day for Reservation!
1866)950-5263 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 @.
(423)626-5820 Or
visit www.lakesi-
dereaitv-in.com.

EUFALA ALABA-
MA WATERFRONT
Gated community 2
hours from Atlanta &
the Coast. 1:2 to 3
acres from The
$40's. Fishing, boat-
ing, swimming &
more. Clubhouse,
boat slips, nature
rails. (8661882-
1107.

GEORGIA/ NORTH
CAROLINA Capti-
valing mountain
views, lakes rivers.
walerlalls. Home-
silei siarnirg @*
$,39,900. Log home
kils @ $39,900 Lim-
lied avaiability. Call
(8881389-3504
X700


560
Land
KY - LAKE CUM-
BERLAND LIMITED
LAND SALE - Up to
$10,000 OFF all wea-'
terfront parcels! Par-
cels with generous
.120' frontage are
being discounted for
a limited time. Awe-
some amenities!
(866)462-8198.
MURPHY, NORTH'
CAROLINA,
AHH..COOL '
SUMMERS, MILD
WINTERS
Affordable homes &
mountain cabins
CALL FOR FREE
BROCHURE
t8771 837-2288
EXIT REALTY
MOUNTAIN VIEW
PROPERTIES
wvwwexitmuronv corn
NATIONAL BUILD-
ER 00o DOWN when
you own land
HOME BUILT ON
YOUR LOT starting
at $58 per square
foot. Call for FREE
color brochures
(800)622-2832.
NORTH CAROLINA
Cool Mountain Air,
Views & Streams,
Homes. Cabins &
Acreage. FREE
BROCHURE
(800)642-5333 Re-
alty Of Murphy 317
Peachtree St Mur-
phy, N.C. 28906.
www.realtyofmur-
phly.Com
PRICED FOR Quick
Sale!! 3.2 acre lake
lot, 148 tt of front-
age. Northeast GA's
largest and newest
lake, Patriot's
Pointe. $98,500.
More info. 17061213-
6734 www.lakerus-
sellorooerties.com

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 Beautiul
Lakes & Mounrains,
you are sure to find
the perfect spot to
call home. Call Nan-
cy Gaines, Gables &
Gates 1865)388-
7703, (865�777-
9191 www nancy-
gaines.corn




704
Livestock

HORSE BARN
FOR REfIT
Pace area Pasilure
ROing Tr-ile 60 fl
HC.,I walker, Riding
arena. Cali. 982-
4334 or 994-7497


$24,513



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806
Appliances

FOR SALE
G E. Gas Range,
good condition
$250.00 995-9341

FOR SALE
Singer sewing ma-
chine, cabinet mod-
el excellent condi-
tion $50.
Kenmore cabinet
model sewing ma-
chine, all attach-
ments included $75.
Two sets or twin
bedding, comforters
shams, dust ruffle,
sheets and pillow
covers. excellent
condition $25 each.
626-0620

814
Furniture

BURGANDY AND
Gold Livingroorr Set,
, Coucr loveseat and
chair Like new Ex-
cellent condition.
Call- 623-4464

FOR SALE
Computer - desk
top, excellent for col-
lege student. Micro-
tel Inovations, 40gb
hard drive. 248mb
ram memory, Win-
dows 98. 'operating
system, CD' burner
& :drive,',.17NEC
monitor, speak er
system. asking $150
Antique cherry rock-,
er' - hand :caned
back & seat. $125.
981-8146 . .

FOR SALE
Country Kitchen.din-.
ing room set w/Iight-
ed Hulch $350
Tropical colors
sleeper sofa excel-
lent shape $250
Old
world leather com-
puter cabinet $150.
994-3749 or,516-3267

FOR SALE
Living' room ;furni-
lure, including
Kitchen laible ilh 4
chairs. Love seal
small enieriainmeni
center, recliner in
good condihorion, bed-
ro:r'rn urrnlure, brass
floor lamp: and chan-
delier, mirror, arid
pictures, bookcase,,
ect.983-3879

FOR SALE
Twin bed - matress
and boxspring. (Ser-
ta) excellent condi-
tion. TV console
good ' condition'.
68x54. 626-0436


708
Pets,

GREAT'DANE
Puppies
1st shots & AKC,.
$500. Call 981-0200
- 712 .
Lost & Found
PETS
FOUND DOG
Small Tan
Chihuahua Mix
in Berryhili Road
Area
Call: 623-8250
LOST DOG .
Deployed daughter's
Boxer- Maggie
brown female, ears
pot clipped with
* black mask face.
* Lost in American
Farms area. Reward
723-2832 or 623-
3799

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

GENERAL|
MERCHANDISE


818
Lawn Equipment

FOR SALE
or trade riding lawn
mower, usedtwice.'
$950 - new
623-8742
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.
826
Sporting Goods

SANTA ROSA GUN &
KNIFE SHOW
Santa Rosa County
Auditorium, Old
Bagdad Hwy, Milton
September
16th & 17th
9am-5pm
Buy, Sell & Trade
Admission: Adults
$4, 12 & under free
Call Billy Rogers @
850-957-4952
for more Info or for
Tables $35 (2-days)
For .er'/ones s 8fei, no
concealed or loEacea cgurns
aiio ,d a, *ieliose or .'er
cors Ali guns mubl be
lied opera, ai e11 limes


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
FOR SALE
3750 Coleman
Generator
Call 983-8989
FOR SALE
5 person Spa -
Complete with spa
pack $500 obo 1
l/2hp pool pump
$75. 994-8585 ask
for Ben.





We Deliver & Install
Centipede
St. Augustine
Bermuda
Balled Pine Straw
Cell us first. Save Time
Call usls, ave Money
Hwy. 87 So. Milton
626-8578

PICK "A' PACK-
AGE ZERO DOWN
FROM ONLY 14 95
PER WEEK 37"
FLAT SCREENS,
DVDS, XBOX 360,
IPODS, TEVOS,
STEREOS, GUI-
TARS, SPAS.
ABOVE GROUND
POOLS, CALL NOW
18000868-8966.




'Cehtipede- ,
St. Augustine
Farm xDirect
We Deliver
434-00oo66

WOLFF TANNING
BEDS '.Buy Direcl
and Save! Full Body.
units from $22 a
month! FREE. Color
Catalog CALL TO-
DAY! (800)842-1305
www.np.elslan.com

832,
Miscellaneous
Wanted

GLASS CRAFTER
needs, empty, glass
sort drink bottles, (all
Kinasi Ji.'. neces a-
rinl' collectors edi-
trions. Will. pick up.
Call: 983-8042

PAY CASH for junk
cars or trucks. Run-
ning or not. Call
983-9527
WANTED ,
OLD ROOFING TIN.
Will tear down and
haul. 983-8042 or
393-9617


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2001 GMC 1'500 X-Cab 4-Dr Loaded
1999 Dodge 2500 Quad Cab 4x4 wifess' truck)
2001 Ford Explorer Sportrac Excellent Condition
2001 Toyota Tacoma 4x4 4-Cyl. 5-Speed
1998 Toyota Tacoma X-Cab 4x4 Rebuilt Title
2000 Ranger 4-Dr 4x4 XLT Loaded
2003 Dodge Caravan 3.3V6 7-Passenger
2000 GMC Stepside V6 5-Speed
2000 S-10 Extreme 4-Cyl. 5-Speed Black
1999 Mazda B2500 X-Cab 5-Speed
1998 Ranger X-Cab XLT 4-Cyl. 5-Speed
1999 FordWindstar Rear AC Nice
2000 5-10 Reg. Cab 4-Cyl. S -Speed
1993 Nissan X-Cab 4x4 SE
1997 Saturn 2-Dr Extra Clean
2000 Dodge Neon 4-Dr AT
1999 Dodge Neon 2-Dr AT
1994 Ranger XLT 4-Cyl. 5-Speed AC
1996 Suzuki Sidekick 4x4 AC


Located 18 miles
North of Milton on
Hwy. 87 N.



Call Stan Whitfield
850-982-0352


$ 29o0'..
S 29560
S 29S60


All prices cash
plus tax, tag &T title


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904
Cars

FOR SALE
2004 Mustang'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
dash. CD/MP3 play-
er, remote keyless
entry,'. 28,340 miles,
excellent condition
Sale due to Military
move.S11,000.
626-7765
MECURY SABLE
LS 1997 Station-
wagon V-6 1 owner
garage kept,. new
transmission. 18-26
MPG. 60/40 folding
seats, luggage rack
Excellent Condition.
133,000 miles. Ask-
ing $4,200. Call 476-
8399 or 678-908-
8310 ,

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 or
449-8911 ..
2005 BASS
TRACKER
Boat w'50 np motor.
Loaded Trailer in-
cluded. Ready for
the water! Payoff
$9,600 Call:
994-2129
FOR SALEf
86 14 1'2FT. Blazer
Bass Boat fiberglass
with 40 HP Mariner
24 volt trolling mo-
tor fisr finder, gal-
lon ice trailer 2 bat-
teries. Ready tor
tishingil 1600.
Call' 994-4375

912
Motor Homes
35FT. 2005 Dutch-
man Denali Travel
Trailer. 3 slides, like
brand new - fully
loaded with opinions -
awnings - TV - big
refrigerator - equal-
izer hitch. Fiberglass
exterior, stabilizer
lacks Asking loan
value or test offer
983-8477 or 501-
847-
I FOR SALE


99 RV Bounder 34|
excellent condition.
rianiyexiras. 1
owner, located
. in Milton.
si:i-9?3-0147
Leav.'e me'-.sage

FOR SALE
1996 Dolphin RV;
36FT. long' Low
mileage, fully equip
w 'eiras $35 000
98-33965 leave
message
914
Recreational
'GOLF CART
Like new- Limo style
made by EZ Go.
Gas erngine-garrieri
& go"d '05 Model
$5500-firnm If sold
new $8700 plus tax.
850-501-0183 or
850-501-0273.

916
Sport Utility
Vehicles
1996 MITSUBITSHI
MONTERO 4-door,
6 cyl., all power
automatic 4x4.
$4500 626-2278


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Tractor Service
From trimming to tractor work
Bushhogging - Dirt Work
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(850) 623-0493
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BOBCAT AND TRACTOR WORK
Driveways, Culverts, Light Land Clearing
Site Prep and Clean Up
Fill Dirt, Brown Dirt and Limerock Hauling
Tony Joiner
(850)554-3460
(850)981-3211

Jetsle Teel's Cleaning Service
Jessie Teel
Owner/OperaTor


5512 Walker Rd
Milton, Fl 32570
(850)983-1436
Cell (850)516-6588


All Types of Fences
New Installation and Repairs.
Specializing in Privacy Fences
Our privacy fences are built with SCREWS
Free Estimates Locally Owned
License & lnastred
485-2532


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Siding and Windows

*Windows * Doors
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*Storm Shutters
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Owner: CRC. Todd Griffitts
Ph. #850-259-8474
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Bill Tompkins"
"The Screen Man"
Window Screen on Site
Repair or
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I (850)995-0719
Cell (850)637-5611
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Land Clearing
Dirt Work
Free Estimates
Brown fill or clay $160.00
per load in the Milton
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Interior Exterior - Residential
~ Dry Wall- Pressure Cleaning
- Wallpapering - Carpentry Work
Call the Ericksens today!
723-2550 - 623-6034
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Fill Dirt Brown Dirt
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