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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
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Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Creation Date: September 6, 2006
Publication Date: 1984-
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One-cent tax issue hits pot hole
On~e-cernttax issue hits pot hole

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By JIM FLETCHER
Press Gazette Assistant Publisher


Santa Rosa's ailing roads may hae
wanting-ha\ ing run headlong into a potho
is...the people.
In a move harkening back to the la'
time Santa Rosa attempted 'a one-cent
increase in the sales tax, % others. yesterday,
turned thumbs-dow n on the concept.
Even after weeks of attempts to educE
voters by Santa Rosa County leaders, citi
still nixed: the idea by a margin of 12,0
13,174
The %.ote could mean miles of Santa
Count\ roads-man\ mn dire need of repair
stay as they are. County leaders have pre%
stated coffers do not have enough funds
to fix the many problems.
Some hea.vil traveled roads are in
need of expansion while others are sim-


0to go
e that

ag~h


e
ens
)5 to

Rosa
-'\ill


Signs like this one,
may have been an e
last night's vote was


ply littered with potholes and are in
need of a new% coat of asphalt.
S"The people ha'e spoken,"
says Santa Rosa County
Commissioner Don Salter.
'"and, obhiousi. they are
satisfied with the road
system as it is. The
C county's future is
g not as bright as it
could ha'e been."
* Santa Rosa Count,
Commission Chair Bot
Cole (\\ho won his bid foi
reelection) was saddened b\ thli
sales tax results. \"We'll continue
to do w hat we can w ith what we have
We'll try tc
defaced by vandals, . get somL
'arly indicator of how funds fromri
going to go. the state."


SCHOOL BOARD, District 1
/ Diane Scott . . . . . ............................ . . . 13.496
Robert Smith . . . . . ....... ........................... . .9,471


SCHOOL BOARD, District 3
/ Diane Coleman ........................... . . .
Carol\ n Wells McLaughlin ................... . . .
SCHOOL BOARD, District 5
/ Edward iEd; Gray. III .........................
M ichael R. Speed .............................
MAYOR OF MILTON
Tom Scott ............... ..................
/ G u\ Thom pson ........................... . . ..
CITY COUNCIL, Ward I
/ B udd. Jordan ............................ . ...
M ack Thetford ............................ . ..


. . . . . . . . . .14.061
. . . . . . . .... 8.566

....... .. . 13.70 1
........... 8.46 1

. . . . . . . . . . .646
. . . . . . . . . . .967 ,

. . . . . . . . . . . 1,05 I1
. . . . . . . . . . .5 11


VOTER TURNOUT .................... ....................... 25,492 of 97,406


Cemetery

group

opposing

complex

By PAMELA HOLT
Pre s Gazette Staff Iri'ter
Battle lines are being
drakin...not in the sand, but
across from the grates ...at the
Milton Cemetery.
The NMltton Beneiolent
Cermeter\ Association, on
August 28. took up opposition.
to a planned 61+ unit develop-
ment.
The Pinnacle Group is
requesting the City of Milton
change the permitted use of
land near the cemetery\ to allow:
the project.
Sharon .:Holley,- Cit\
Planning and. Development.
sa\s the project is -affordable
workforce housing." directed
toward medium-income people.
She explains the proposed
development has possibilities
of a swimming pool and club-
house and would be located
behind Ken Kincaid's office
and across the .street from the
Milton Cemeter. .
Bill Bledsoe, Chairmian of,
Milton Bene'olent CemeterN
Association \e\. s the potential
development as undesirable
because, he says, it does not
seem compatible with the
cemetery neighborhood.
Bledsoe says the complex plan
sits ' directly between three
major traffic arteries feeding
into one block from the west
and Highway 87 from east end
of the block. Bledsoe also says,
,"the rule allows for ten vehicle
,movements per unit-per day.
That translates into a minimum
,of 600 more vehicle trips per
*day in the one city block. This
does not account for school
-buses that are.inevitable."
The Board of Directors
,found itself also: opposed to
"affordable housing," noting
apartment complexes have a
history of deteriorating without
See COMPLEX, Page 6A.

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As State assembles its facts...

More details becoming available in case of car that went through roof


By LYNNE HOUGH
Press Gazette Staff Writer
It's been nearly three.
months since Beverly
Grimditch, 50, Navarre, was
accused of drinking .and driv-
ing, resulting in the death of 22-
year-old Christopher Villar,
lying in his bed.
Questions abound follow-
ing the accident, but police
investigating the incident were
tight-lipped as they built a case.
in one of the most sensational
accidents to occur here.
Grimditch ,is facing five
counts, including DUI resulting
in injury or death. Her case file
has become public record and
reveals the facts leading up to
events of June 15th.
Milton Police Traffic
Homicide Investigator Roger
Holley filed a 53-page report
outlining his discoveries from


that night..
Among those details,
Holley says Grimditch claims
to have traveled to Milton from
her boyfriend's home in
Navarre just before the crash.
Her blood alcohol content came
back at .166 grams per 100ML
of blood. Holley points out
these results came from blood
drawn two and a half hours
after the accident, indicating
her blood alcohol content was
higher when the crash occurred.
In addition, Holley con-
' firms Grimditch was driving on
a valid drivers' license with a
"business purpose only" restric-
tion, resulting from a convic-
tion of fleeing and eluding law
enforcement officers and driv-
ing under the influence of alco-
hol from a prior incident.
Grimditch was on proba-
tion at the time of the June;15th
See DETAILS, Page 6A.


50-year-old Beverly Grimditch is slated to appear in court on November 3 for charges connected with
this June 15 incident in which police say her car ended up inside this Margaret St. home-killing 22-year-
old Christopher Villar.
file photo


'It has become political':

Zoo expects little from

national accreditation loss
By PAMELA HOLT
Press Gazette Staff Wlr'ter
After entering The Zoo of Northwest Florida in Gulf
Breeze, patrons encounter the sound of the gibbons.
the dance of the orangutans, and the stick) lick of the
giraffe. It is unlikely a guest would note the missing affiliation
sticker of the American Zoo and Aquarium Association, (AZA).
But the sticker is gone and, in its place, the Zoo is left with
a tale of dismay and a feeling of disparity.
After Hurricanes Ivan and Dennis, continuity of The Zoo
wais disrupted. While it fared reasonably well %with no loss of
human, ,jfe and a small amount of animal losses. Executive
Director Doug Kemper says the majority of the storm damage
was in infrastructure: walkways, underground utiT d'p,'an'Tpub-
lic restrooms.
The closings of animal exhibits were substantial. In October
of 2004, Kemper's prediction of re-opening the zoo was- at
minimum- a year.
Five months later, 'The Zoo was denied re-accreditation %with.
AZA. In spite of the disassociation with the society. Kemper is
anticipating the future expansion of The Zoo of Northwest
Florida. He says he's disappointed with AZA's refusal of accred-
itation, stating the Commission inspection team agreed to delib-
erately set aside maintenance and grounds-keepihg issues in
recognition of The Zoo's struggle to recover from hurricane
damage. Kemper and his staff readily agree the inspectors did
no such thing.
In the meantime,.Kemper asked AZA about its in\ol\ement
in fundraising for the Audubon Institute after Hurricane Katrina.
AZA proudly published in Commiunique magazine their mem-
bers gave Audubon a relief check for $700,000, also providing
"deliveries of many supplies and much-heeded equipment to
New Orleans."
Helping to raise money to repair one hurricane-damaged zoo
while denying another such facility certification raised Kemper's
eyebrows. He questioned the AZA about "favoritism to the ben-
efit of but one institutional member and to the neglect of other
See ZOO, Page 6A.

Kerrijan, the orangutan at The Zoo Northwest Florida in Gulf
Breeze, is on loan from a western zoo. The lack of AZA affiliation
will not affect the location of Kerrijan, nor his family. He's lived
at The Zoo for approximately ten years.
Press Gazette Photo.by Pamela Holt







S" i.t , .l Sheriff's Report Wr 2
Sheriff's Report


August 19 to August 24,
2006
Ruyf, Lora Lynn; Female; 46;
2059 Government Ct., Gulf
Breeze, FL; Probation Violation-
Felony. 8/19/06
Weaver, David Edward;
Male; 49; 8141 Toledo, St.,
Navarre, FL; Traffic Offense-
DUI Alcohol or Drugs 4th or
Subsq Offense, Nonmoving
Traffic Violation--Drive While
License Suspended 1st Offense.


8/20/06
Wimert, Chad Ashley; Male;
20; 5017 Booker Lane, Jay, FL;
Larceny-Theft is $300 Or More
But Less Than $5000. 8/20/06
Santiago. Joel A.; Male; 24;
2204 Bellmeade Cr., Navarre, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony. No
Booking Date Given.
Wood, George Eugene; Male;
42; 1221 East Oak, El Reno, OK;
Fugitive From Justice. No
Booking Date Given.
Long, Derek Evans; Male;


16; 7381 Calle Lane, Navarre, FL;
Larceny-Over $300 Under
$5000, Fraud-Imperson-Use ID
Another W/O Consent $75,000
More, Fraud-Illegal Use Credit
Cards-Use More 2 Times 6
Months Obt Cards Money $100
More. No Bookifig Date Given.
BXykins, Shannon Maurice;
Male; 33; 6830 Roundup Ln.,
Milton, FL; Sex Offender
Viblations-Fail to Report or
Respond to Address Verifications.
8/18/06
-Colgan Jason Collins; Male.
27; 3308 Montossori Place.
Pensacola," FL: Possess of
Weapon-Or . Ammo .By.
Convicted Fla Felon. 8/20/b6
Cox, Kelsie Kay; Female; 31;
8850 Antietam Rd., Milton, FL;,
AggraTated Banery-D/V-Cause
Bodilh Harm or Disability.
8/18/06 - . . -
Geleynse. Ryan Lee; Male:
24: 711 S. Underwood. Pensacola,
FL; Nonmoving Traffic
Violation-Drive While License
Suspended Habitual Offender.
:/19/06
Gordon, Anthony Brent;
-Male; 19; 10100 Bellbrook Rd:,
Milton FL; Liquor-Possession-
By Person Under 21 YOA 1st
Offense. Battery--On Officer.
Firefighter. ENIT. Etc. ./19/06
Hawkins. Durand Andrew:;
Male; 15; 6861 Larriet Lane,
Milton. FL; Weapon. Offense-
Exhibit Firearmr Destr Device
weapon n School Prop W/in 1,000
ft No Booking Date Gi\en.


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Chamberlain, Blaise K.;
Male; 16; 2377 Pineneedle Lane,
Navarre, FL; Burglary of
Unoccupied Dwelling; Unarmed;
No Asslt/Batt. No Booking Date
Given.
McKinnie, Quavareick
Kevon; Male; 16; 1976 Seagrape
Dr., Navarre, FL; Burglary of
Dwelling Unarmed No Asslt/Batt,
Burglary of Unoccupied Dwelling
Unarmed 'No Asslt/Batt,
Robbery -No Firearm or Weapon..
No Booking Date Given. :
Smith Jr., John Paul; Male;
46, 5425 Anmeretto Dr.. Pace, FL;
DUI. 8/18/106
McDonald, Ke\ in Webster;
Male: 22: 5361 Park Lane, Milton.
FL; DLUI /19/06
Sablan :'. John Camacho;
Male; 26; 4879 La Ventana
Terrace, Pensacola, FL; DUI.
8/20/06 " . , '' . "
Seaman. Candace Rochelle,
Female; 30; 6215 Glen Wood Dr.,
Milton, FL; Forger)-Obtain
Controlled Sunstance By 16 cts.1.
Drugs-Traffic-4 Grams Less 30
KG Other Controlled Subsiance.
;8/21/06
Kelley. Jacqueline Denee:
Female; 39. 4477 Gainer A.e.
Million. FL: Probation Violation-
Felon\. 8/21/06
Kiep. Sherian Delonne.
Female: 39:; 5494 Barcelona St..
Pace, FL: Fraud-Litter False
Statement 2 cts.). Forgery-
Obtain Controlled Substance By.
8/21'06
Patterson. Thomas Charles;
NMale: 23: 31s Hollyv.ood. Ft.
Walton. FL: Probation V'iolaton-
Felony. 8/21/06
Salter, AVesle. John; Male;
29; 1945 Sid Hayes Rd., Jah\, L;'
Sex Offender Violations-Fail to
Report or Respond to Address
Verifications. 8/21/06
Satterfield. Lena Marie:
Female, 44; 3830 Diamond St.,
Pace. FL. Vehicle Theft-Grand
3rd Degree. 8/21/06
Gay. Da\id Lee, Male; 46;
4991 Lacy Ln., Ja). FL; Failure to


Appear For Felony Offense. No
Booking Date Given.
Barnhill, Anthony Gwen;
Male; 49; 9008 John Hamm Rd.,
Milton, FL; Probation Violation-
Felony. 8/22/06
Jelm, Jr., Robert William;
Male; 49; 4879 Tide Dr., Milton,
FL; Fraud-Insufficient: Funds
Check-Make Utter Issue' 150
Dollars or Over, Larceny-Theft
is $300 or More But Less Than
$5000, Fraud-Swindle-,Obtain
Property Communication $300 Or
More, Nonmoving Traffic
Violation-Drive While License.
Suspended 2nd Offense, Vehicle
Theft-Grand 3rd Degree.
8/22/06
Beasley, Tremaine Donnell;
Male; 24; 6611 Grace St., Milton,
FL; Possession Cocaine,
Possession Drug Paraphanalia. No
Booking Date Given.
Taylor, Ronald Dean; Male;
30: 112 Lakeview Dr., Mansfield,
LA; Probanon Violation-Felony.
No Booking Date Given.
Burns, Debra, Ann; Female,
3''. 5601 Pipeline Rd.. Pensacola,
FL; Failure to Appear for Felony
Offense. S/23/06
TFreeman, Justin Lee; Male;.
20; 6024 Savannah Dr., Milton,
FL: Se\ Offense-Victim 12 YOA
Up to 15 YOA 8'23/06
Harris. Donald \\a\ ne: MNale.
40; 4799 Breezy Ln., Pace, FL;
Lend Lasc% Beha\ ior-Victim 12
YOA Up To 16 YOA Offender IS
YOA Older. 8/23/06
McLendon. Da% id De\VaN ne:
NMale: 40; 5.100 Nimitz Rd.,
Nlilton. FL: Lewd Lasc\
Beha\i or-MNolest Victim Less 12
YOA Offender IS YOA or Older
(4 cts. i 8/23/06 . ;
SRoland. Darrell Porter; Male;
46: 340 W\. Ventura Ave.,
Cle'. iston, FL; Larceny-Over
$300 Under $5)(000. No Booking
Date Giken.
Parkerson-Varnadoe.
Rebecca Jean; Female; 38, 4019
Chickadee St., Milton, FL;
Larcen\-O\er $300 Under


'-I,


$5000, Larceny-Petit Theft (4!'
cts.), Fraud-Utter Falsej'
Instrument (5 cts.) No Booking&
Date Given.
Boner, Dawn Elane; Female;
31; 5574 Holley Pines Lane, Pace,
FL; Fraud-Illegal Use Credit
Cards-To Obtain Good Under'
300 Dollars, Fraud-Illegal Use
Credit Cards-To Obtain Goods'
.$300 Or More. 8/23/06
Gabbard. Timothy Duane;,
Male; 40; 41163 Buford Ln.,'
Milton, FL; Resist Officer With"
Violence. 8/23/06
Herbstreith. Robert David;
Male; 18; 8625 Tupelo Dr.,.'
Navarre, FL; Damage Prop-
Criminal Mlischief $100 '0 or More.
Burglary of Structure Conveyance"
Unarmed W/O Persons Inside,,-
Larceny-Petit 1st Offense.,'
8/23/06 '
Straight. Denise Elaine: ,
Female; 40; 1219 Sterling Point'
PI., Gulf Breeze, FL; Probation,.
Violation-Felony. 8/23/06
Head, Katrina; Female; 14,-
5770 East Miltoni Rd . Million. FL.;'
Battery on Detention Staff'
Juvenile Probation Officer. No'I
Booking Date Gi en
Davis, Cassie; Female; 16;,'
5770 East Milton Rd., Milton, FL"',
.Assault Battery Cause Harm or,,
Disability . No Booking Date;
Given.
Gramm Jr., Kenneth Wa', ne;
Male; 21; 6295 Long St., Milton,,
FL; : Smuggle ' Contraband-
Introduce Into Detention Facility"
(2 cts.), 8/24/06
I Hawthorne. Joseph Daniel;
Male: 19; 7848 Old Hickory"
Hammock Rd., Milton, FL; Sex'
Offense-Victim 12 YOAUp To/
,15 YOA- 8/24/06 '
James, Israel; Male: 27: 6318.
Matador, Milton, FL: Probation
Violation-Felony. 8/24/06
Martinez, Thomas Eugene;,.
Male; .22;- 32. Franklindale' Ave.;
YWappingers Falls. NY; Probation
Violation-Felon',. 8/24/06.
Newland. Dustin Williamr
Male; 19; 10000 Jeno Rd., Milion.
FL: Burglarr of Dwelling'
Unarmed No Assault or Batters,
Larceny-Thett is $300C or More
But Less Than $5000, Burglar., of,
Dwelling Unarried No Assault ori
Battery, Larceny-Petit Is1
Degree Property 100 to Under 300
Dollars, Vehicle Theft-Grand 3rd.
Degree.; 8/24'/0
Norwood, Rachel Anne.
Female; 24; 7854 Munson Hwy.,
Milton, -FL; Cocaine Possession,-
Narcotic Equipment Possession,
And or Use .24.'6 . ..


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Enhancing software brings evidence 'to light'


Page 3-A


By LYNNE HOUGH
Press Gazette Staff Writer
- Smile.
You're on candid camera.
Well, really you're on
AVID-a video editing system
newly utilized by the Santa
Rosa Sheriff's Department.
' Before April, criminals
caught on video surveillance at
businesses around town may
have appeared a little out of
focus or too dark. This made
sharing the photos with the
media, the public and other law
enforcement agencies almost
useless in some cases.
Thanks to a new system-
which sat in a box following
Hurricane Ivan's attack on the
East Milton Sheriff's facility-
those visual limitations are a
thing of the past.
The AVID system is a video
forensics machine-a "power-
ful computer" with advanced
software, , according to
Detective Earl Griffin.
Its' capabilities offer law
enforcement officers a clearer
view into identifying, suspects
using video surveillance equip-
ment.
Griffin says many security
systems used by businesses are
proprietirn, which may result in
v.ideo considered unreliable for
use in court. AVID compensates
for the shortcomings of other
s\ stems and offers investigators


By PAMELA HOLT
Press Gazette Staff Writer
It is the largest first propos-
al ever made to The Santa Rosa
Professional : Educators
Negotiations Team, (SRPE).
The Santa Rosa School
Board is negotiating a raise for
teachers' salaries, at 7.29%.
This increases .the base salary
b\ $S59. At Step 25-and above,
the proposal for a Bachelor's
degree is $57,087, which is an
increase of $3,477.
The School Board: is con-
.Oibuting an additional $1 mil-
4on for school board employ-


more freedom in what they can
do with security videos provid-
ed by victims . of robberies,
thefts, and other crimes.
For instance, Griffin says
the system can take a video sur-
veillance image shot of a
license plate on a parked vehi-
cle in the dark, and make it
clear enough for deputies to
identify. AVID uses an
enhancement tool and brings
out the image-frame by
frame-each benefiting from
the lighting in the previous
image. The end result, officials
say, is an unquestionable still
photograph reliable enough to
be used in court.
In addition, time lapse
video used by many businesses
sometimes offers images
appearing for only a couple of
seconds. What deputies', see
when they attempt to view the
surveillance video is a. blur of
multiple images flashing on a
screen. AVID has the ability to
stop the frame of any image and
then enhance' it as the operator
sees fit. The result is a clear,
still shot produced from a video
originally lasting only two sec-
onds.
Griffin says AVID has
already proved to be invaluable
and was instrumental in helping
to capture three robbers who
held up a Navarre bank in June.
By securing a video verifi-
c,ation of three people they sus-


ees' health insurance
The SRPE Negotiating
Team made a counter offer of,
7.0% + step 1.75i, fora total of
8.75%. .
A paycheck issue is unre-
solved at 'press time. SRPE
proposed bi-monthly pay-
checks. There was no counter
offer from' The Santa Rosa
School Board.
T.he _.next. ..negoiat ses-
sion is scheduled September 11
at 4 p.m.
Story written by Pamela
Holt. Reach her at:
holt@sr-pg.com


Here's an example of a surveillance pnoto "oetore" It is improve oy
AVID software and...


burglaries of homes along Hwy.
98, the day before the robbery.
Griffin says clear images
are vital in communicating with
the public-more than willing
to offer tips when photos are
released.
"You wouldn't think we
would get calls, but we do. We
get thousands of calls. And they
help solve our cases," he says.
The Comfort Inn on Hwy.
87 South was robbed in recent
weeks. Griffin says the suspect
was identified from a video
taken across the street at a gas
station immediately prior to the
hold-up. The ability to enhance
the video helped identify the
robber. Griffin says the man can


be seen walking across the road
as he approached the Comfort
Inn.
Christian Jerel Grant, 25,
Armstrong Rd., Milton was
arrested and charged with rob-
bery of the hotel.
Other agencies are asking
the Santa Rosa Sheriff's Office
for assistance with criminal
cases using AVID. Griffin says
Milton Police, Tom Thumb
Corporate Security, and'. the
State RICCO Office have been
aided with the system.
Griffin says AVID cost the
Sheriff's Office $20,000-paid
for with grant money.
Reach writer at:
hough@sr-pg.com


JUST BUYIWIING! [es. IJ


...here's the same photograph after video enhancing brings details
from.the shadows and into focus.


pected of the robber, investi-
gators poured through hours of
video from numerous locations
surrounding the bank until they
,%ere able to place the suspects
in the area near the time of the
bank robbery.
Video evidence obtained
from a Pensacola pawnshop
helped get a confession, accord-
ing to Griffin. He says more
than a month later, two of the
three, were arrested in
Batesville, Mississippi for a dif-
ferent ,bank robbery. They.
reportedlI refused to talk to
in\estigajors. The\ e'en denied
ever being in Navarre, accord-
ing to Griffin.
When Santa Rosa. detec-
tives arrived in Batesville with
video evidence proving the sus-
pects; had been here, one con-
fe ssed and the tineR.poimung.
began
A -a. .resel,;-.Jeff ey4fet4
Grey and his alleged accom-
plices, Julie Renee Lemoine,
22, and Johnny Lloyd Newton,
18, were identified in the rob-
bery, and are suspected in the


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Pace man arrested for
'al-rt purse snatching
W.,al-mart purse snatching


py LYNNE HOUGH
kress Gazette Staff Writer
,. A Pace man has been arrest-
ed in the theft of two purses at
\Val--Mart on Creighton Rd. in
Pensacola.


Healthy Start
meets Sept. 11
The Healthy Start Coalition
f Santa Rosa County, Inc. will
meet on September 11.
The general board meeting
begins at 4 p.m. at the 6571
1erryhill Road complex.
All meetings are open to the
public.
For more information, con-
,act the Healthy Start Coalition
t 626-6751.
t 626-6751.From staff reports.
Reach us at:
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Michael McKee, 48,
Stephens Rd., Pace, has been
charged with grand theft and
petit theft. Pensacola police say
the public identified the man
after his photographs were
released to the media.
Detective Becky Gardner
says three purses were taken
from shopping carts at the
Pensacola Wal-Mart on August
16, between noon and 5:30 p.m.
In all three cases, the owners of
the purses turned their back to
look at merchandise in the
store.
No similar crimes have
been reported at the Pace Wal-
Mart, according to Santa Rosa
Sheriff's Officials.
Pensacola Police say two of
the thefts have been solved.
Charges are pending on the
third.
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With all the attention given to the devastation
caused by Hurricane Katrina a year ago, particu-
larly in the New Orleans area, we can only reflect
on the continuing rebuilding efforts that are being
made right here in Northwest Florida.
While we certainly understand the pain and
misery the victims of Katrina are still going
through, it is important for us to remind ourselves
that we, too, have been reeling for tw o years from
the wrath brought about by Hurricanes Ivan and
Dennis.
Along the Mississippi coast, the images are
similar, but the attention given by the liberal media
continues -to.focus the majority of its coverage on
New Orleans. The blame game continues and it's
being depicted as if it is all President Bush's fault.
Politicians, particularly the liberal Democrats.
are taking full advantage of the situation when, in
fact, a considerable about of the existing problems
in New Orleans are because many of the \ victims
are simply not doing enough to help themselves..
Government dependency and the obvious lack,
of leadership are contributing factors as to why
New Orleans is w here it is at today, just one year
after Katrina slammed the Louisiana shores and:
destroyed a levy system that was totally incapable.
of withstanding the force of a severe hurricane.,
'What we're talking about are things the main-
stream media has ignored and seems to be turning
a blind eye to exposing.
In neighboring Mississippi, where similar,
severe damage., occurred, the stories are entirely
different. Clear leadership and a commitment on
the part of the people who survived the storm are
showing tremendous rebuilding results.
The Mississippi coast is solidly rebuilding,
attracting tourists and residents as well as busi-
nesses are reboundingat at aleel that far exceeds
the progress in New Orleans. .
We can honestly say the same progress is,
being made in portions of the Alabama and Florida
Panhandles where storm-weary residents are
showing tremendous progress in putting their
communities back together again. ,
In Santa Rosa County. for example, govern-
mental leaders are taking the bull by the horns and
moving forward with rebuilding Navarre Beach
and in neighboring Escambia County, much has
been done. to restore what two years of hurricanes
have destroyed.
,While. we don't expect, a pity party for our
efforts, neither do we expect the politicians and thd
liberal media to sugarcoat the events and lack of
taking responsibility in New Orleans.
And let's face the facts, as the majority of our
state isnow rebounding from the threat of Emesto,
we fully expect future hurricanes to test our
strengths and ability to bounce back, unlike what.
we're seeing in Louisiana.
Our hearts go out to any area hit by natural
catastrophe, but it is, after all, a catastrophe.
Whining about the government gets little done.
Knuckling down and doing the hard work is what
makes a community return to pre-storm times.
And that's what, needs to happen in New
Orleans.

SEPTEMBER 6, 2006.


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EDITORIAL & OPINIONS


Reader recognizes her sons


FM: ELISA H. RAY
Dear Editor:
I would-like to recognize my r\(o sons, Lee Ra\
and Carl Ray. in the capture 6f two southh who had
been breaking into various vehicles and other proper-
ties in our neighborhood of A\alon Estates. ,
Lee and Carl Ray were going on a deep sea fish-
ing trip on July 20. At about 5:10 a.m.. they were
loading their trucks when they noticed two south had
broken into their sister's Jeep.
At that time. the.\ elled at the youthss and pro-
ceeded to chase them on foot. One youth took off run-
ning and the other left on a bike. The\ caught the one
that w�as running and the other dropped his bike
which was stolen a few da\s earlier and headed
through our neighbor's yard. When I armed. the local
Sheriff's Department had been called.
The Sheriff's officers arrived on the scene and
had the one youth call his parents who would not take
his call. The officer called the parents from his phone.
%which the\ answered and thought their son was play -
ing a prank on them. They found out quickly\ it was no
prank.
The officer asked the parents if they had another
youth staying with them and, if so, would the\ bring
him to the scene to be identified. .
When the youth arrived, he was identified and
both were arrested.
N l husband and I �\ould like to recognize our two
sons and let them know how proud we are of them.,
They are our heroes.
Since July 20, our neighborhood has had no other
break-ins or %andalism. Both youth are still under
investigation for other burglaries in our A\ alone area.

We're still not equal...
FM: MARTHA BURK
Dear Editor:
'Quick - what did we celebrate on August 26?
If your answer is "uh-h-h," you're not alone. Most
Americans don't know it was the date in r1920 when
women won the right to vote.
. Christened Women's Equality'Day by Congress,
it's usually marked by floor speeches .onCapitol Hill,
with women's history, buffs and feminists,- but few
others, joining in the commemoration. And indeed we
have come a long way since women couldn't vote,
attend universities, hold professional jobs, or even
have. ownership of their ow n earnings or inheritances.
.But are we really there yet when it comes to
equality? Worldwide, the answer is a resounding
"no." In the Middle East, women are still in the veil or
head-to-toe, burqas, and girls' schools are burned to
the ground. The Japanese are praying for a male heir
to the throne so the country won't face the "crisis".of
an imperial granddaughter as the only one next in line.
AIDS is ravaging the \women of Africa, most often
because husbands are contracting the disease through
other liaisons and then forcing their wives to engage
in unprotected sex.
Here at home, it's still big ne\ s when a w oman is
appointed CEO of a large corporation, as Indra Nooyi
was at Pepsico a week ago Monday. And in. last
Wednesday's "New. York Times," we learned that a
new kind of school is drilling children ages 7 to 14 for
nine hours a day, even in summer, so they can memo-
rize the Quran. The director of the Jamaica Muslim
Center says the children will not only become reli-
gious leaders, but doctors, and engineers (even though.
they do not study math and science), and they will
bridge the gap between the Muslim world and
American society. A good goal - except for one tiny
flaw. The students are all male. Male .supremacy is
part of the culture, and these kids are getting the mes-
sage. It's no surprise that one student says his favorite-
video game in off-hours is Grand Theft Auto. Players
get points for having, sex with a prostitute, then rack
up even higher scores when they kill her to avoid pay-
ing for her services.
Of course we can't blame our national misogyny
on this school or these boys and their parents alone.
Wal-Mart, that bastion of family values, also peddles
Grand Theft Auto, which millions of non-Muslim kids
buy. And the U.S. Department of Education (DOE) is
praising single sex schools as a way for boys to get
ahead academically. "The Education Innovator," a
DOE official publication, gushed last week about
Albany's Brighter Choice Charter School for Boys
and the companion school for girls, which have "the
unique distinction as the first elementary charter
schools in the nation to educate boys and girls in sep-
arate classrooms." Isn't this what we fought against
for years when girls were consigned to home eco-
nomics while boys got star treatment in accelerated
science classes? The "new" idea is that without the
distraction of the opposite sex, kids learn better. I sup-
pose the reasoning is that since girls have now sur-


passed bo\s in college enrollments and graduation
rates, the\ must be some kind of tainting influence. so
better get them out of sight. Though the separate edu-
cational spheres are claimed to be equal in Alban\.
only the boys are getting a ne\ school next year.
Somehow we'\e all been taught in this country n
that race discrimination is wrong, but a little sex dis-
crimination here and there is OK. Can you imagine
Alban. separating students b\ race, and then gi% ing
the white kids a new\ school'
Equality da\? Not et. ,

Gambling is an addiction
FM: WILLIAMS COLLINS
Dear Editor:
Lote to amnble.
"Till I drop:
Sometimes don 'i know,
Ho\% to stop. '
For an awful lot of citizens, gambling, like a cred -
it card, is "fun." Wimess the steady stream of buses
plying the highways to nearby gambling spots, and
the flocks of planes. ing ing off to Las Vegas. From
New York City, there even remains a daily surge of
coaches to.Atlantic Cir . And locally there's the lot-
tery.
. Soon there will be more. Foxwoods is building
yet another huge addition a la Vegas. in conjunction.
it hopes, with MGM Mirage. Before long. the gam-
bling flights will be comining into Brjdle.. not going
out.
But this proposed partnership presents a dilemma
for state' policymakeis. The bigger and glitzier the
complex, the more profit for the state. That's pretty
tempting. On the other hand, Connecticut's gambling
genius up to now has been the relati\el\ low-key
atmosphere of its facilities. The two tribes are surely
making a killing,' and just as surely are not hiding
their light under a bushel - but to their credit, they
are discreet.
That ,would likely change with MGM's people.
They are not exactly a discreet bunch, and probably
would not even come here if discretion were required.
What a pity if they stayed away. The General
Assembl. should make it plain to MGM moguls that
the\ are not welcome and should peddle their glitz
elsewhere. Law makers should also counsel the
Pequots that they are off base 'ith this new image
making, and had better straight away return to their
original soft-sell game plan.
Surely, neither casino has anything to grouse
about. They're the two largest in the world, play host
to huge entertainment performances, and even harbor
a top basketball team. How much more do they want?
There are only a few hundred remaining Indians to
share the profits; including all those long lost great-
great grandnephews who have materialized in recent
years. It would be unbecoming to let unvarnished
greed replace their heretofore measured response to
unmeasured wealth.
Florida wrestles with this all the time as people
head to nearby Mississippi garbling spots.
A more appropriate focus just now would be a
deeper study of gambling addiction. Anecdotal evi-'
dence suggests that there is plenty of it around, but
the governor and lawmakers don't want to hear about
it. They just want their money. They've even post-
poned research called for in the original casino legis-
lation.
And as much as the casinos ignore customers
sickened by their business, the state itself is even
more perverse. Its lottery specifically targets low-
income gamblers and offers shameless emotional
appeals right at their comer store. No long bus ride
needed. Who cares about a little addiction?
Plus now the casinos report that a third of their
customers are Asian, heavily drawn from Boston and
New York. Asian gambling addiction is nearly as leg-
endary as Native American alcohol addiction. So do
the casinos send counselors to help? No way. They
just send buses. It is time at last for state government
to assert its proper regulatory role.


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You Spoke Out,-i

Santa Rosa...
Sund.', 7:31 a.m
This is.Bill. I want to know
all these elected officials talking.
about lowering ta\es are the \er-v
ones that 'wanted the sales tax. i
\would think the\ would be antii
ing to lower government cost,
not increase it.

Saturday. 6:19 p.m.
Hi. NMv name is Barbara. This'
is in response to the people com-,
plaining about the road\ ork. I bet:
if people followed them around:,
they would find them wasting'
time. The\ don't hae an air con7.,,
dinoned office out there. Go out,
there and die in the heat for fi\e.,o
minutes and see hot long out
Last. ' . '

Saturday, 4:29 p.m. .
I have just returned from--
Navarre Beach. It is beautiful. If
we want to attract tourists, how1
can we do it without a bathroom.
Build us a new bathroom.
Saturday, 3:54 p.m.
This is Oscar. I'd like to find
out \h\i the Gazette has pub,-
lished about the state requiring all'
the gas stations to ha\e a geneedr'
tor installed. I think the county
commissioners should pick up on
that as a code. "

Saturday. 1:34, p.m.
Iha\e a solution for speeding'
up the school bus schedule. Set up
a few pickup points along the-
route rather than having theme
stop at every house as we do nowl
No wonder we have a problem
with our kids being o\erxeight,,
we don't even require them tq
walk.

Saturday, 12.16 p.m
My name is Kim. I was read^1
ing about someone sa.\ing no oner
rode bikes on Berryhill Road&,/
They do and if there were bike,,
paths, there would be more peopt
ple doing so. Also, the light at,
Berryhill and Anderson is still
treated, by many, as if it is a flash-
ing caution light.

Friday, 9:10 p.m.
In reference to Tommy, there
is a holiday for e\ eryone-white,
red and every color. It is called,
. the Sabbath. It is a day for us al4,,
to come together and worship .
God.












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By LYNNE HOUGH
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,The second workshop for
the Woodbine/Chumuckla
Corridor Transportation Study
has been scheduled for Sept.
21.
Any citizen wishing to
attend is welcome, but needs to
respond and secure a spot as
soon as possible.
Santa Rosa County officials
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the "development of improve-
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involved in a "consensus-build-
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'It is being held as "-a forum
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on strategies."'
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will be discussed at this work-
shop. along vhith tIhe Fije-
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By PAMELA HOLT
Pres' Gazene StiifflVriter
Ever ridden a unicycle?
Your chance is coming soon.
The Citizens Support
Organization for Black% water
Heritage State Trail. Inc.
(CSOBHST) voted Tuesday in
favor -of a Milton October
Bicycle Fest, scheduled for,
October 28th. The bicycle fest
will include: a bicycle parade,
parts,, swap., meet, an unofficial


bike appraisal, and awards for a
bicycle show. 'Categories for
the bike sho%% are still to be
determined.
Brett Williams, board mem-,
ber in charge of festi% al sa\s the'
event will combine
September's bike safety theme
and October s ct light nde.
Milton's. October Bic\cle
Fest will be modeled after the
Louisiana Bicycle Festival in
Abita Springs, LA-held every
Father's Day for the past seven


Stolen car leads to several

marijuana-related charges


years in celebration of bic0-
clists exerwhlere. Louisiana's
festi\ al has '\elcnomed over 500
bike enthusiasts.
Ke\ in and Elaine
DinDmiddie. o owners of Peddle
Potmer. USA. and six-year
,members of CSOFHST, are.
seeing a dream materialize after
two Nears of hard work.
,. Kevin Dinv.iddie says he
expects the festival to bring a
boost to local businesses, and to
enhance the use of the bike
trail.
"This event brings families
and friends together as well as
all types of cyclists. It appeals
to everyone," says Dinwiddie.
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By LYNNE HOUGH
Press Gazette Staff Writer
" A stolen car from
Jacksonville lead to the arrest
of two Milton. men Tuesday.
Sheriff's officials say Kevin
Rose, 20, Pineywood
Apartments, brought a stolen
car here from across the state.
The car was recovered at
Wooded Way Apartments in'
North Milton. Investigation
revealed Rose was at, the
Pineywood'Apt. location.
When deputies arrived to
find Rose, the man attempted to
flee. He was captured and sub-
sequently taken into custody for
the vehicle theft.
S A second man, Zachary
Michael Davenport, 20,
Pneywood Apartments, was
also arrested after a consented
search lead deputies to marijua-
na and paraphernalia in open
view. Thirty marijuana plants
along with marijuana seeds and


smoking devices were found,
according to Sheriff's officials.
Both men were charged
with contributing to the delin-
quency of a minor when it was
discovered a juvenile was at the
suspects' apartment, intoxicat-
ed.
Rose was charged with
three counts of dealing in stolen
property; one count of burglary
of a vehicle; one count of arined
burglary; and' one count con-
tributing to the delinquency of a
minor. Additional charges from
Jacksonville may be pending..
Davenport was charged
with 30 counts of marijuana
production, possession of mari-
juana over 20 grams, parapher-
nalia and contributing to the
delinquency of a minor; 31
third degree felonies; and two
first degree misdemeanors.
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accident, for the same convic-
tions.
Her alleged erratic driving
was reported by the wife of a
Milton police officer, who fol-
lowed the woman until police
arrived at Stewart St. and
Berryhill Rd., where they were
driving.
Officers say they attempted
to stop Grimditch by initiating
emergency blue lights, to no
avail. Police officers say after
Grimditch turned the vehicle
southbound on Alabama St.,
she accelerated rapidly, running
the stop sign, going airborne,
and disappearing "from the
sight of officers."
It'was then officers discov-
ered the car. driven by
Grimditch, a 2003 Infinity G-
35, struck the curb, went air-
borne twice and landed,, front
end first, inside the home of
Villar, at 6782 Margaret St.
Holley's report says the
first location where the car went


airborne hosted a gouge 82
inches long and 58 inches wide.
At this point, it is believed the
car flew 119 feet and four inch-
es-over a chain link fence. It
landed in a lot and another
gouge was found, five feet, nine
inches in width and 12 feet
long. The car bounced twice
and eventually came to rest in
the Margaret Street house after
traveling an estimated of total
of 212 feet.
.Holley's witness interviews
and investigation indicate when
emergency medical technicians
and fire department personnel
arrived at Villar's home, they
did not know the man was dead
on the bed, under the car:.'
Grimditch was reportedly
wearing her seatbelt at the time
of the crash. However, medical
personnel found her when they
saw her arm hanging out of a
window in the back seat. Inside
the car, law enforcement offi-
cers report finding two beer
bottles-one empty and one


full--and a bottle of Bloody
Mary mix.
Holley's report says
Grimditch spoke immediately
following the crash and asked if
she had "hurt anyone else."
Villar's cause of death was
listed by the Medical Examiner
as "traumatic asphyxiation"..
Emergency medical personnel
discovered the young man on
the bed when they noticed his
legs protruding from under the
vehicle. Reports say he was
hard to see because he was cov-.
ered in insulation from the'attic.
Officials say they found no
signs of life upon examining his
legs. Villar's body remained
under the car until a crane was
called to remove the vehicle
from the roof of the house and
subsequently, from the bed-
room. Police officers say pieces
of the Infinity were found all
around the yard on Margaret St.
One officer' at the scene
estimated the speed of
Grimditch's car, as she acceler-


ated before the crash, in excess
of 90 miles per hour. Witnesses
say they did not see brake lights


Comp lex

Continued From Page One.
improvements being made by
landlords.
Milton Mayor Guy Thomp-
son says he is not in favor of the
development being erected in
the city because of the history
"affordable housing" has in the
area.
"I know neighbors and the
cemetery board are- opposing
the development, and the com-
plex would have to abide by
strict codes and guidelines,"
says Thompson, "I'd rather see
single family homes in that
neighborhood. Of course, it'd
have to come to Council for
final approval and it'll be under
close sc rutini . ,The developers
have a process to go through
and they will have a fair hear-
ing."
A public workshop on the
matter was held last night--too
late for inclusion in this edition.
Another hearing .is slated for
September 12 at 5 p.m. in the
City Council Chambers.


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come on at all prior to the crash.
A docket date of Nov. 13
has been set for Grimditch in


Santa Rosa County court.
Reach writer at;
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Zoo


Continued From Page One.
members." Kemper ,says he
didn't begrudge one dollar
given to the Institute which was
devastated by Katrina, but
wanted to point out other col-
leagues and their institutions
needed and deserved similar
attention.
AZA's response, in a letter
to Kemper, was the fundraiser
was "member-driven" and AZA
was a "vehicle" of support.
They stated to Kemper AZA's
budget was not used to provide
relief. to Audubon ' Nature
Institute.
Kemper, who had previous-
ly asked to postpone his mem-
bership with AZA until repairs
could be made, relented to the
request to keep his membership
and allo'u the inspection.
After the inspection. The
Zoo 'of Northwest Florida was
cited& on several counts and.
according to Kemper-all were
hurricane related.
- In a letter to the AZA,
Kemper says he and his staff
,can "identify innumerable dis-
crepancies and errors in the
'grading' process" Kemper
says the AZA added fuel to the
fire when The Zoo was reported
as having 'lack of potable
water' for its collection per
AZA and USDA. -
Kemper says The Zoo pro-
vides both "reclaimed" water.
and well water to its animals.
Both of these -sources are of
potable quality and the South
Santa Rosa Utilities Service
provides the "reclaimed" water.
USDA Veterinary Medical
Officer Michelle Williams,
DVM, states in a letter ,to
* Kemper there "was no observa-
tion during past USDA inspec-
tions indicating the water can-
not safely be consumed by ani-
mals," and "in re% ie' ine sup-
porting data from the City of


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happens" - we1
believe the AZ i
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has become more
political than, si-
entific. We M
an organizat.ion-
that speaks to the'
'*broader -spectrun"

of membership
with a more sc.ien.
tific philosophy. .
* Doug Kemper,

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Gulf Breeze--\hich indicates
die xater mae be used'for aniP
mal consumption."
"It just so happens we
believe the AZA1 has become
more political than scientific,"'
says Kemper. "We. need an
organization that speaks, to the
broader spectrum of member-
ship with a more scientific phi-
losophy. We are- accredited
with the Zoological Association
of America-which encom-
passes a broader spectrum. of
wildlife conservation groups."'
Kemper is, adamant the loss
of membership in AZA in. no
-way threatens any animals
residing at The Zoo.
At press time, phone calls
to AZA were not returned.
Sior. u rit[en by Pamehl
Holt. Reach her at:
Soh @ sr-pg.om


REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS


Santa Rosa County has.received funding approval for participation in the Florida Hurricane
Housing Recovery Program (HHRP) as governed by Chapter 420, Florida Statutes and Florida
Administrative Rule 67-55. The County is requesting proposals from qualified, local 501( c ) (3)
non-profit organizationss, Community Housing Development Organizations (CHDO), or for prof-
it residential builders/developers interested in implementing the following HHRP activity during
all or a portion of the anticipated HHRP contract period (anticipated to be 11/1/2006 - 6/30/2008)

Affordable Housing Construction/Development Initiative

Though assistance is not solely limited to targeted areas, this initiative is primarily designed and
will give fund allocation to proposals that will stimulate scattered site affordable housing develop-
ment.

The successful proposal from an organization will include the identification of lower income fam-
ilies in need of low cost homeownership housing; complete documentation of client eligibility of
HHRP assistance, the ability to construct, or arrange for the construction of low cost homes. The
primarily focus of this initiative.will be to target families with incomes below 80% of the area
median income. A desired minimum of 50% of the newly constructed homes will be sold to fam-
ilies with incomes below at or near 50% of the area median income. Detailed proposal selection
criteria are available upon request.

Agencies must afford a priority to documented Santa Rosa County (including the municipalities of
Jay, Milton, Gulf Breeze) victims of Hurricane Ivan or Dennis, including those families residing
in FEMA provided temporary housing.

Important Notification: HHRP funding provided to the County is performance based. Evaluation
will be based upon past experience of the agency in constructing affordable housing; commitment
of non-HHRP funds as leverage for HHRP dollars; capacity of the agency to enter a legal binding
contract and unit production goals for completed housing in relation to HHRP funds requested.
Therefore, the County reserves the right to limit initialbuilder/developer awards and/or to base
individual builder/developer awards upon prior performance by each builder/developer.
Builders/developers who have no prior experience with Santa Rosa affordable housing programs
may be initially limited to development of one unit at a time until capacity is demonstrated.

Important Notification: Contract will include provisions mandating compliance with Construction
Design and Neighborhood Compatibility Standards as formally established by Santa Rosa County
and/or the applicable cities of Jay, Milton, or Gulf Breeze as a threshold for the receipt of HHRP
funds.

A Request for Proposal package delineating the submission requirements, limitations, priorities,
and detailed selection criteria for this solicitation is available electronically on request by con-
tacting the below individual.



Proposals must be received by mail or hand delivery before 4:00 P.M.CST Friday, October 13A
2006 at: West Florida Regional Planning Council, Santa Rosa County Hurricane Housing
Recovery Program. Mail to P.O. Box 9759, Pensacola, Florida 32513-9759, or hand deliver to
3435 North 12th Avenue, Pensacola, Florida 32503.

For further information, please contact Kevin Wagner, West Florida Regional Planning Council, 1-
800-226-8914, x 232 or 595-8910, x 232 or email: wagnerk@wfrpc.dst.fl.us.

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At the Heritage, we offer Physical therapy and occupational therapy by licensed therapist and
certified assistants. Our speech therapy services are provided by a licensed board certified speech-
language pathologist.

Sharon Duke, MS, CCC-SLP, has 6 years of experience in cognitive rehabilitation and uses stan-
dardized testing to determine the extent of language and cognition deficits and the areas for therapy
focus. Language treatments include exercise in comprehension of oral, written, graphic and, when
appropriate; manual modalities augmentativee communication, Picture Exchange Communication
Symbols and communication boards or books, and sign language). Cognitive areas of intervention
including attention, memory, problem solving, and executive functions including decision making
for personal safety, and appropriate actions and responses in social situations.

In addition, she has experience with dysarthria and voice disorders. Oral motor interventions,
articulation drill and exercise, and respiration and vocal quality exercises are used to treat these dis-
orders. Ms. Duke has had extensive training in oral motor therapy attending several ASHA certified
courses over the last 6 years including a recent course in the Beckman oral motor program geared
towards working with stroke patients and geriatric population.
Ms. Duke has developed a good working relationship with dietary management and nursing in
order to provide dysphagia patients with the safe, nutrition, least-restrictive diet. Within the past
year, she has attended courses on swallowing taught by Jeri Logamann, Ph.D., CCC-SLP on identi-
fying anatomy and swallow disorders from video fluorography and planning interventions based on
the interpretation, and by Tom Franceschini, M.S., CCC-SLP on dysphagia management in medical
and long term facilities. Diet modification, safe swallow strategies,. oral motor to strengthen oral
musculature for bolus propulsion, and patient, family and staff education are all important parts of*
dysphagia interventions at the Heritage of Santa Rosa.
Ms. Duke welcomes professional collaboration with doctors and other therapists to insure the best
treatment and outcome for the patient. She often collaborates with the physical therapists and occu-
pational therapists at the facility to reinforce personal safety for ADLs and other activities in the
facility.
If you have questions or need for our services, call us at 850-983-8888. We look forward to serv-
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Wednesday September 6, 2006 ' The Santa Rosa Press Gazette Page 7-A
, Obituaries


Cotant, Gilbert Lee
Mr. Gilbert Lee Cotant, 66,
of Milton passed away on
Thursday August 24, 2006. Mr.
Cotant was born in New Castle
SWoming, on January 14,
1940. He moved to Milton hi
1990 after retiring from the
United States Air Force with
over 26 )ears of service. He
was employed at N.A.S.
Pensacola in the U.S. Civil
Service as a telecommtunica-
tions specialist
He was preceded in death
b\ his parents, Lloyd Cotant
and Clara Howerton Cotant
,and a grandson, Troy David
Johrison.
Mr. Cotant is survived by
bhis six children: Jennifer
"(Kenneth) Tanner of Carlsbad,



Nemours Ch

!emphasizes
PENSACOLA, FL, August
30. 2006 - In an, effort to raise
.good hand hygiene awareness,
Nemours Children's Clinic % ill
' be conducting an experiment .
*throughout the da\ on
September 7 to see hot % ell
children and staff wash their,
.'hands. This e\pennient along
with a demonstration of "ho\\
to" ' and" best methods"' of
washing hands %\ ill be conduct-
ed by using an ultra- iolet light
and a substance called 'Glo
Germ Glo Germ contains plas-
tic simulated germs which h is"
used to demonstrate germ com-
munication, cross-contanuna- ,
tion and effectiveness of sam-
.try practices.
"Kids. ma. not always
listen %then Nou tell them to
.%ash their hands before eating.
but it's a message \orth repeat-
Saig, Hand x ashing is \ far the
best \\a\ to present germs from
spreading and to keep \ our kids
from getting sick," sa- s E\e
Ta\lor. Risk Manager for
Nemours Pensacola. "Not
* enough can be said about the
importance of cleanliness.
. proper hand %\ashtni and infec-
tion control.'"
S The First' Line - of
Defense Against Germs: Germs
- such as bacteria and \ viruses -
can be transmitted several dif-
ferent ways, especially by
touching dirt\ hands or chang-
uing dirty diapers. Other
ways germs spread include
through:
* contaminated water and
food
* droplets released during
.a couch or a sneeze
+ contaminated surfaces
* contact with a sick per-
' son's body fluids
If. children pick up germs
from one of these sources, they
,can,' unkno"\ingl\ become,
,infected simple. b touching
their e.es, nose or mouth. And
once the, 're infected. it's usu-
ally just a matter of tine before


New Mexico, Michelle
Lunsford of Pace, Jonathan
Cotant of Pensacola, Megan
Cotant of Ft. Walton Beach,
Kevin Cotant of Pace, and
Katie, Cotant of Pensacola and
Ihree grandchildren, Shancy
Elise Johnson, Bryanna May
Lunsford, and Hannah Marie
Ekleberry.
Graveside funeral services
for Mr. Cotant will be heldat
2:00 pm on Wednesday,
September 6, 2006 at, the
Barrancas National Cemetery
with Lewis Fineral Home'
directing.

Holland,
Evelyn Vontez
i Evelyn. Vontez Holland. 86.
of Milton passed away on


Friday, September 1, 2006.
Mrs. Holland was born on May
2, 1920 to Willie Reed and
Alice Morrell Reed Land. She
was 'a native and lifelong resi-
dent of Santa Rosa .County.
She was an avid-fisherwoman,
and loved raising chickens and
gardening. She was a member
of the Faith Chapel Assembly
of God Church.
She was preceded in death
by her husband, Columbus
Holland and a son. John Joseph
Holland.
Mrs. Holland is survived by
her -ten children; Harold
(NancN i Slay. Leonard (Emma'i
Slay, Mazie KimreN. Geri
(Bob) Tucker. Norman (Linda)
Holland, Laura (Joe) '
Lamberth, T Jim (Mary),
Holland, Tim (Sonja) Holland,


iidren's Clinic

good hand hygiene


the whole family comes down
s% ith the same illness.
SGood. hand '\ashing is
your first line of defense
against the spread of many ill-
nesses - and not just the com-
mon cold. More sencous illness-
es such as meningitis, bronchi-
olits, influenza, hepatitis A and
most trpes of infectious diar-
rhea can be stopped %\ith the
simple act of washing g your
hands.
How to Wash Your
Hands Correctly
Here are some simple
steps for scrubbing those germs
a\ka\. Demonstrate this routine
to \your child - or better yet.
\\ash your hands together %\ ith
\our child several times a day
so he or she learns how impor-
tant this good habit is.
1. Wash your .hands in.
warm water. Make sure the
after r isn't tooo hot for little
hands .
,12. Use soap and lather up
for about 10 to 15 seconds
antibacterial soap isn't neces-
sary - any soap \\ill do). Make
sure you get in bet, een the fin-.
gers and under the nails \\here
uninvited germs like to hang
out. And don't forget the,
wrists!
3. Rinse and dry %well % ith
a clean towel.
Use of hand sanitizers have
been shown to be even. more
effective in reducing microor-
ganisms when hands are. not
contaminated with blood, body
fluid or are visibly soiled.
To 'minimize the germs
Spssed around your family.
make frequent hand w ashing a
rule for everyone, especially:-
* before eating and cook-
ing.
* after using the bathroom
* after cleaning around the
house
S* after touching animals.
including family pets
* after visitingg or taking
care of any sick friends or rela-


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* after blo\\ ing one's nose.
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* after being outside iplay-
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dog, etc.) '
Don't underestimate the,
po�\er of hand washingg ! The,
fe\\ seconds Nou spend at the
sink \\ ith \our child could save
yo tnrps to the doctor's office.
More articles: on hand
hygiene:
Why is hand washing g so
important
Hand V\ashing:
\Vh) do I need to wash my
hands?
Using Alcohol-Based Hand
Gels Could Help Families
Avoid Respiratory


Yvonne (Ernie) Glennon, and
Melody (Rick) Jackson;. a sis-
ter, Francis Skinner of Milton,
37 grandchildren, 70 great
grandchildren and 19 great
great grandchildren.
Funeral Services for Mrs.
Holland were held at 10:30 am
on Monday, September 4, 2006
at the Faith Chapel Assembly
of God Church in East Milton
with Rev. Donald Leavings
officiating.
Burial followed in the
Hickory. Hammock
Community Cemetery, with.
Lewis Funeral Home directing.
Active Pallbearers will be,
grandsons.


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Friday. Sept. 22 from 9 to
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Bagdad Waterfronts
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The Bagdad Waterfronts
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mittee meeting at 6 p.m.
Thursday. Sept. 7. at the
Bagdad United Methodist
Church fellowship hall. 4540
Forsyth St., Bagdad.
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Florida Partnership is a corn-
munit\ partnership of Santa
Rosa residents. local and state
government officials. as \\ell as,
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bution to TEN LIVE OAKS,
National Arbor Day
Foundation, 10t0 A.rbor Avenue,.
Nebraska Cit. NE 68410, by
September 30, 2006 or join
online ait ' arborda, org.

SickleCell
Walk-a-thon planned
A Walk-a-thon \\ill be held
Saturday. September 9th from
8:00 a.m. until .11:00 a.m. at the
Pensacola Junior College
For more information please
call 434-6092.

Cancer Support
Group to meet
A monthly Cancer Support
Group .meeting will be held
Motindai, Septeniber 11 from
6:'00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. in the.
Jay Hospital Royal Room.
The meeting is very infor-
mal and open to all survivors,
families and friends.
"'Give, support to those in,
need for you may need some-
one too."

PJC offers
help to writers
A -"Houl To Be Publihed" five-
workshop series will be pre-
sented September 15-17 by
Pensacola Junior College. Cost
is $60 per three-hourm w"ork-
shop. To' register, call PJC
Division. of Continuing

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Education at (85,0) 484-1797.
Michael Garrett, Editorial
Associate of the Writer's
Digest School and first editor (i
of Stephen King will teach the ,,
noncredit workshop series for -
new writers. D
.Seating is limited. Early ;;
registration is recommended
but walk-ins are also wel-"5
comed.
Topics to be covered include u:
finding a literary. agent, writing :'
query letters, proper manu- j;
script format and structure,!,'
screenwriting, self-publication '
and more.

Dogwood Garden
Circle to meet
The Dogwood Garden,
Circle will meet at the Milton ;'
Garden Center 5256 Alablna *a
Street on Tuesday, September,-
12 at 9:00 a.m.
For entertainment we will
have a '"plant swap" so comeK
prepared.
For further information callU
Elizabeth Barnette at 983-4
751 . :

United Bank
recognized .
The July 2006 American 2
Bankers Association issue of I
Bun'kit Jouinwl referenced an
article that appeared in United .
Bank's quarterly e\\Isletter.-
Dollair and Sesi. The article,
v. written b\ United Bank's Dale ..
Johnson, provides tips to busi-,.
nesses to help them prepare for n
hurricanes and natural disas- '*
ters. Readers were encouraged :
to visit ababj.com for the entire
'article. Also featured on the:
website is a hurricane tracking r,
chart and a personal financial-'
checklist created by Unitedq.
Bank's-David Bush..
"We are honored that the -
ABA recognized 'our bank's.
ne' letter and provided ourq
information to its members.,"',
stated Robert Jones. President;;.
and CEC) of United Bank. "Our -
Bank had experience %\ith ,a
major business interruption due\,
to Hurricane Ivan and'. e, .
shared what we learned in our
newsletter with our business!
customers and the Americanr
Bankers. Association realized
the value of our insights."
United Bank serves South.
Alabaima and the panhandle of
Florida %\ith 13 locations It
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anni'ersar. and has o\er 375
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Wednesday Septembor 6, �UUO I lit: O II~ ub l~aUdGt


Community


National Grandparent's Day is Sunday


With seniors living longer,
healthier lives than at any other
time in history there is a lot to
celebrate on National.
Grandparents Day, September
10.
At the beginning of the 20th
Century, the average lifespan
was 47. Today, that's the aver-
age age of.a first-time grand-
parent, according to Ray Davis,
a .Certified Senior Advisor
(CSA)�; . and Financial
Representative in the area for
the last 34 years.
"Grandparents are doing so
much today that it's important
to recognize their contribu-
tions. Currently, there are 70
million grandparents in the"
U.S. Nearli six million grand-
parents live with one or more
of their grandchildren under 18
years old, and nearly 60% of

Volunteers r

for Relay Fo
Pace, Fla. - Aug. 30,
2006 - Volunteers are needed-
to help make the .Pace
American% Cancer Societh
Relay For Life a huge succesx_.
This event is a unique commu-
nity celebration that allows
individuals from' all walks of
life to join in the fight against
cancer. Last year, more than 3
million Americans participat-
ed in Rela3 For Life events
nationwide and 'more than
500,000 cancer survivors
walked the opening laps.
The, American , Cancer
Society Relay For Life % ill be
held on April 20, 2007 from 6
PM until noon the next day at
Pace High School. "This e\ent
is about .celebrating life and
honoring all cancer sur\ i ors-
and their families who've sup-
ported them through their ill-
ness," said Rocky Leber,
chairperson of the Relay For
Life in Pace.
At the event, cancer sur-
vivors will kick off the Relay
by walking the Survivors'
Victory Lap around the track.
Then members of each team
take to the track and one per-
son from each team remains
on the track throughout the


grandparents are younger than
60," Davis said.
What do grandparents want
for Grandparents Day? "Like
everyone else, what senior
want from us is what we are
often least likely to give, and
that's our time and our compa-
ny," Davis said. Davis, a grand-
parent himself, suggests these
activities -to make this'
Grandparents Day special:
Create a Family History-
this will give the grandchildren
important family history.
Record or videotape grandpar-
ents' reminiscences to create a'
long-lasting memory.
Play a Game-Mind chal-
lenging puzzles and games are,
excellent tools for boosting the
entire family's brainpower.
Create a Time Capsule-
Take some of your grandpar-

ieeded

r Life
entire 18 hours. After dark, a
LuCninaria CerimotI' is' held
where candles are lit in memo-
ry of those who have lost their
battle ~ ith cancer and in honor
of cancer sur\ i\ ors.
Rela\ For Life began as
one man's battle against can-_
cer and a lourne\ to raise'
funds to support the American
Cancer Societ). Ma) 1985, Dr.
Gordy Klatt walked, jogged,
and ran for 24 hours around a
track in Tacoma. Wash. His
run alone raised $27,00l.1.
Seventeen years and eight
countries later, Relay For Life
raised '$265 million in 2002.
All of the money raised 'oes
to our mission of sa\ ing lies
,through research, advocacy,:
. patient services and education
The'. American Cancer'
Society is still recruiting
teams and cancer survivors to
participate in this event. For
more information or if you are
interested in volunteering,
please call 475-0850 ext, 119.
To see what other neighboring
communities are holding
Relay For Life events, please
visit our Web site atwww.can-
cer.org or. call us at, 1,;8Qp-,,
ACS-2345.


ents' personal items, such as an
old hat or piece of costume
jewelry and combine it with
some of your own. Put it in an
old coffee canister and ibry it
in the back yard. Draw a treas-
ure map for future generations
to find.
Marian H. McQuade found-'
ed grandparents Day with the.
hope of'bringing grandchildren
to visit their lonely relatives in
nursing homes. Implemented
by Jimmy Carter in 1978, the
national holiday was designat-
ed as the first Sunday after
Labor Day.


Gem Lore4
SbyWl/Vlliam E Cobb
A 'qj' -, i i,,! F x a

Peridot: A powerful Stone
The birthitone for Auutk i< the
Pendot. Its a.s called the "gem
of the sun" b\ the ancients.
Their belief that it had the
pov.er to dissoke enchant-
ments arid put -evil spirits to
flight was probablN due its
association . ith the un, befo-re
-whose life-giving rays of dar.:-
ness aold a';;, the powers as tahl-
main. it had be eit in gold; worn
in thik way, it was thought to
dispel the terrors of the night.
If. however, it '.ere to be used
ais a protection from the k ilexs
of e% 1 spirit. the stone has to
be pierced and strong on the
hair ofadonke\ and attached to
the left armi. Vhen powdered,
Peridot was used as, a remedy
for asthma; when held under
the tongue, it was believed to
lessen the thirst in fever.
A genuine Peridot has a soft
olive-green' to yellow-green
color. Most sntihetic August
birthstones tend to be more
toard the \elloh.'.-green shade.


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The Sainta Rosa Press GazePtte


g . __... .M .---- . - . .- --- ---No c s
Legal Notices


NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S

NOTICE is hereby given that
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 Ebb
Tide Homeowner's
Association, Inc. was plaintiff
and Michael Ackerman was
defendant, being Case No. 03-
7SOCA in said court, I, Wendell
Hlll, As Sheriff of Sapta Rosa
County, Florida, have levied
upon all the right, title, and
interest of the defendant,
Michael Ackerman, in and to
the following described seal
properly, to wit:
DESCRIPTION OF PROPER-
TY
COMMENCE AT THE EXIST-
ING CONCRETE RIGHT-OF-
WAY MARKER AT THE POINT
OF INTERSECTION OF AN
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 OCF 6EGItIrJinC
THtljCE CONTINUtE iOUTH
E7 DEGREES R4 FEET WEST
ALCuI',, SaD MIJTRH RlG3HT.
OF.WAI FOR H'20 FEET
THEICE RULIN PI,.HTH o'
DE-REEI: t FEET WEST
FOR I12C FEET MORE OR
LE '3, . T.-. TiE f..1EAII HIGH
WATER LINE OF AN EXIST-'
SING 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 120 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, Gulf
Breeze, Florida
And on the, 19th day of
September, 2006 I shall offer
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 possible. I will offer for sale
all the said defendant's,
Michael Ackerman, right, title
and interest ir, Ir.e hal:,eaviJ
real property, aiT put.I: .uciir.
* and will sell the same, subject
to taxes, all prior liens, encum-'
' branches and judgments, if any
to the highest and best bidder
' for CASH Ii H.rl, The rt, p,.
ceeds to :-e ,ppF"ii a. iar Ia;
may be to the paymentof costs
and the satisfaction of the
above-described execution.
WENDELL HALL, SHERIFF
OF SANTA ROSA C,'iNT.,
FLORIDA
James E. Chessher
By: James E. Chessher
Deputy Sheriff
IF YOU HAVE A L,'.i 0iLT,'
REQUIRING SPECIAL
ACCOMMODATIONS OR TO
ARRANGE TO VIEW THE
PROPERTY. PLEASE CON-


TACT JANICE PLATT (850)
983-1281 AT LEAST SEVEN
(7) DAYS PRIOR TO THE
SALE DATE.
081606
082306
083006
090606

RESOLUTION
WHEREAS, John C.
Larker, PETITIONED the
Board of County
Commissioners of Santa Rosa
County, Florida, to' vacate,
abandon, discontinue and
renounce any interest and
right of-the public in and to the
following described property
to-wit:
The entire length of
Renoir Street in Phase III of
the Quayside Village
Subdivision as recorded in Plat
Book 9, pages 18-19.
AND WHEREAS, The
Board of County
Comrrrr; i,:.r,r: r delarm;rn-d to
r.a. . . pulnl: rearngn l I. l I e
.ourp;,?.= ,:,1 ,:0 r .aerih',i Ir'e
ia'],' al:,fl.:' , B:, ,,cm nr,r? aro
5,sa n 3;r.,r. :, .." ,, , r.i; l,:l 'i- i

. WHEREAS, the Board of
County Commissioners have
on this the 24th day of m,,u.l-
:',),- ;.:.n. Tu.:Ie 1 n ,a[d.l,:
i, .arirg it, :.,-Il.r'rrli, to the
said publication of their intent,
and
WHEREAS, after' hear-
ing all comments concerning
,'ai . ,: a ,, ,,', .:,l Ir, - a ,.,e
. rlei-r.nOA r,.rl i0.el. B, I.A
B.:.,r.] I:c, ., lull, a..iEiad a nnd
it being determined that the
public interest- will be best
;cr..d ar.-j pr,,, ia.It. , I; ., .. i.: .


ing and abandoning said
rights-of-way, therefore,

BE IT RESOLVED by the
Board of County
Commissioners of Santa Rosa
County, Florida, that the said
rights-of-way as herein set out
and described are hereby
vacated and any and all inter-
est to the public shall revert to
and be vested in the proper
owners thereof. -
APPROVED AND ADOPTED
by a vote of 5 yeas, 0 'ays,
and ' aC' ,-ar, I 1i i -e B'jara oI
-,:.,jrily ,Co'rr.mr,..Anes o
;:an R..:, C.u.unr FIorela
-rE. . 4Tr, *,3 ,: ,.J uil C;'i,'
090606
090606





NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
WHEREAS, Ric2Hard E.
Jlesmonth, representing Carl
and Debra Robbins, has peti-
tioned to vacate, abandon, dis-
continue and renounce any
interest and right of the public
in and to the following
described property to wit:
,".ii,,iEricE AT THE
,'LITH'.'iE:T C o.CRrJER 'jF
THE rJORTH OF ,','.'eHlF
I.IEI1 T LOT " ,ECTI.tr :c,
TOWNSHIP 2 - SOUTH,
RANGE 28 WEST, SANTA


ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA;
THENCE NORTH 90
DEGREES 00 MINUTES 00
SECONDS EAST ALONG
THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID
NORTH ? OF GOVERNMENT
LOT 3 A DISTANCE OF
590.20 FEET TO THE
SOUTHWEST CORNER OF
THAT CERTAIN PARCEL OF
LAND AS DESCRIBED IN
OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK
739, PAGE 415, OF THE PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF SAID
COUNTY; THENCE CONTIN-
UE NORTH 90 DEGREES 00
MINUTES 00 SECONDS
EAST ALONG SAID SOUTH
LINE A DISTANCE OF 8.00
FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING; THENCE
NORTH 00 DEGREES 29
MINUTES .17 SECONDS
EAST PARALLEL TO THE
WEST LINE OF SAID PAR-
CEL A DI TANCE OF 136.52
FEET; THENCE NORTH 06
DEGREES 20 MINUTES 58
SECONDS WEST A DIS-
TANCE OF 111.06 FEET TO
THE SOUTH RIGHT-OF-WAY
LINE OF U.S. HIGHWAY
98/STATE ROAD #30 (160'
R/W) AND THE END OF SAID
CENTERLINE.
ADJO WHEREAS A. T.T.
anr ,d' e rl .ir I, r .,i 'l1Dlr,',i
for a public r,.aer.,J lor the
Board of County
Commissioners to consider the
. advisability of exercising, its
authority , pursuant to Chapter.
336 of.the general wiadr'EIn ,
vacate, abandon, im:.n l.nu
renounce and disclaim any
,,.ri or ,,1 r6.z ,.'. ir,$ pubii.; ;n
,ar,d r i, ir .,�= a rt..

J rLfj THEHEFOFiE all
. inrl.-3re , periri: ,anrd 11me
Ir5, l pruIt.l: r.pa..rq .up,.:n inE
above mentioned Petition,


Wednesday September 6, 2006'"


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Expressions delivers bouquets to Sandy Ridge residents


Rick Hallford and employ-,
ees of Expressions of Santa
Rosa in Milton. FL. delivered
Sandy Ridge Care Center's res-.
idents beautiful bouquets July
14th. The flo\'er shop joined in
on a Teleflora event celebrating
"Make Someone Srmule" Da\.
The\ personally delivered each
of 60 residents a bouquet of
flowers in a beautiful Smile\
Face ceramic mug.
"The\ came in force. %ear-
ing a smile, and notable\ \ant-
ing to make a difference,"
reports Sandra Heath. Actii ity


Director. I -'as impressed by
the size. quality and appropri-
ate accessorized smile\ mug of
the bouquets the\ presented:
but. the enthusiasm the group
had \ as contagious...e eryone
enjoyed this community'
involvement e'ent and I can . ,.
onl) hope there %\ill be more.
Thanks again to the panic-
paion and ser ice from
Expressions of Santa Rosa for '
delivering such beautiful bou- '. -
quets to the residents of Sand\ '
Ridge Care Center in Milton;. :
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Vascular Disease screening can save your life


PENSACOLA, Fla. -
Sacred Heart Regtonal Heart
and Vascular Institute is offer-
ing a free screening program
on Sept. 9 that can detect a
potentially fatal problem in
which the arteries in' the legs
become clogged
' The screening . pro-
n gram,called Legs for Life will
check persons age 50 and older
for peripheral vascular disease
or.PVD. More than 10 million
Americans have this disease-
but many don't know it.
Blocked or narrowed arter-
ies in the legs can cause pain or
selling, and difficulty 'walk-
ing. Early detection is impor-


tant. because people who
blockages in the legs are
to ha\e blocked arteries
w here in the body - p
them .t higher risk of
attack, stroke and life-thr
ing abdominal aneurysm
In fact, PVD is cause
the same processes that
heart attacks and stroll
hardening of the art
buildup of plaque inside
arteries, or blood
Smokers and people suf
from diabetes, obesity,
blood pressure or high c
terol are at increased r
PVD.
To promote early dete


Experienced childcare workers preferred, but not requi
Great Pay!

Santa Rosa Community Schoi

Ava Snellgrove Lauren Kirchgess

983-5650 934-4095
Milton/Pace Gulf Breeze/Nava


have .Sacred Heart will hold a Legs
likely for Life screening on SaturdaN.
else- Sept. 9, from 8 a.m. to noon.at
cuttingg Sacred Heart Medical Park,
heart located on Airport Boulevard
eaten-. by College Parkway in,
s.. Pensacola. The free screening
ed by is open to persons 50 and older
cause b3 appointment only. To make
kes - an appointment. call Sacred
terles, Heart at i1850 416-1600.'
Ie the During the Legs for Life
clots. screening. patients are asked to
fering fill out a questionnaire to deter-
high mine their risk for PVD. A 10-
holes- minute screening involves tak-
isk of ing the persons blood pressure
at the arm and ankle. By com-
,ction, paring the arm pressure \ ersus
the leg pressure, physicians can
evaluate whetherr an artery may
,be clogged and refer partici-
pants to their physician if there
are concerns.
"The most common symp-
"red. tom of vascular disease in the
legs is leg pain, particularly
ol "hen walking or e\ercisin2.
1 said Dr. Aaron NMontgomer., an
international radiologist at
Sacred Heart. "Usually, the
pain disappears after a few
irre minutes of rest. Other symp-
toms include numbness, tin-


gling or coldness in the feet and
lower legs. and ulcers or sores
in the lower legs and feet that
don't heal."
-Advanced cases of PVD can
lead to gangrene and eventual
amputntion of the foot or Idi er
leg. Sacred Heart Regional
Heart and Vascular Institute
provides effective nev. proce-
dures to restore blood flo\ to
the legs and feet. but Legs for
Life is aimed at presenting
problems, from P\D.
"Early detection is, impor-
tant." said Dr. Chris Bosarge.
an international radiologist
who %\ill be at the screening.
"This screening is painless and
a quick 'way .to detect a treat-

able, disease that can severely
affect a person's quality\ of
life."
More information about
PVD can be found at the Legs
for Life web site, www.legsfor-
lifeorg, or at the Sacred Heart
Health System web site,
ww,\ .sacred-heartn or.
Legs foi Life is a national
screening event for PVD leg
pain that was founded by the
Society of Interventional
Radiologists.


The Heritage of

Santa Rosa earns recognition


The Heritage of Santa Rosa
is.one of,92 long term care facil-
ities in 28 states that ha'e
earned the American Health
Care Association's (AHCA) and
the National Center for Assisted
Living's (NCAL) Quality
Award for demonstrating its
strong commitment to continu-
. ous quality improvement.
The Heritage of Santa Rosa,
has received an AHCA/NCAL


Step I Quality Award. All of the
facilities that applied for this
award addressed how they inte-
grated the elements of systemat-
ic continuous quality improve-
ment into their operations.
As a Step I recipient, The
Heritage of Santa Rosa demon-
strated its organization-wide
commitment to. a customer-
focused facility mission, defined
its principal customers and their
expectations, and indicated
ways that it is striving to meet
their needs.
The AHCA/NCAL Quality
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levels: the first level is a Step I
award; a more rigorous Step II
award; and a comprehensive
Step III award. In 2006, 92 facil-
ities were recognized with the
Step I award and an additional
12 facilities received the Step II
award.
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respond to an increasingly con-
sumer-driven health care mar-
ket's search for quantifiable
indicators of quality in long term
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shall be held by the Board of
County Commissioners of
Santa Rosa County, Florida, in
the Commissioners Meeting
Room in the Santa Rosa
County Administrative Center
located at 6495 Caroline
Street, Milton, Florida on the
28th day of September, 2006,
at -the hour of 9:30 a.m.
.cst/cdst, or.as soon thereafter
as the matter can be consid-
ered.
All interested parties
should take notice that if they
decide to appeal any decision
made by the Board of County
Commissioners with respect to
,any matter coming before said
Board at said meeting, it is
their individual responsibility to
insure that a record .of 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 testi-
Ti,:.l anr. in i,-.2r00 eC upon
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ter.
090606
'090606


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA"
PROBATE DMSION
File No.: 57-2006-CP-242
DMaIoh:
IN ;1E Tr,- Er"i5a Mr
C, CrCiLE AUDREY MILLS
VONCILE A.'MILLS,
. Deceased. .


NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of Voncile Audrey Mills
a/lk/a Voncile A. Mills,
Deceased, File No. 57-2006-
CP-242, is pending .in the
Circuit Court for Santa Rosa
County, Flo6rida, Probate
Division, the a c .re-i.:- f r,.:r.
is Santa R.C C-.:.ur.y
Courthouse, 6865 S.W.
Caroline Street, Milton, FL
32570. The names and
addresses of the personal rep-
resentative and her attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate, including
4n-matuted, contingent or un-
liquidated claims, on whom a
copy of this notice is served
must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FinRST PUBLICATIOIj
OF THIIS FjOTiCE EOR 30
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All Clicr l:redi.j : ,1 rh d.:ie e
, rjam n.. .jr, ,i pi-ricr. ri .'i..
or3' : *r p rJ- .-n. a ai -l
*-i.,: .'l . e-- I 1iai ,r,cluding
. jr,-.miljrd ,C.rirr.liril or un-
. liquidated claims, must file
. ir,.-r ." limr1 won ir,. ,:c&url
WITHItll " MOniTHi-, AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
IU-LIC.-ATiOrt OF THIS
rIOTICE
ALL CLAIMS rHOT SO FILED
IlILL BE FOFIEVER EiARRED.
Thre d.i . .51 Ir rl i r puIl1,.: l-i:,r.
o rl ir,,, r.i Ci, ir P-l, nt.r ,r s a

Anr:rnr, for 'Personal


Representative:
/s/ DAVID L. DEES
David L. Dees, Esquire
FL Bar.No.: 254975
3300 N. Pace Boulevard-
Suite 315
Pensacola, FL 32505
(850) 432-2407
Personal Representative:
/s/ BRENDA LORRAINE
ANDERSON
Brenda Lorraine Anderson
209 Hewitt Street
Pensacola, FL 32503
090606
091306

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DMSION
File No.: 57-2006-CP-197
Divioson: PROBATE
IN RE: ESTATE OF
RICKY LEE HARRIS
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of Ricky Lee Harris,
deceased, whose date of.
l ,air. .,5s a r. .-
pc .r.ng n m ,- Cir.il C.:,,Jin t.ro
Santa Rosa County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address,
of which is P.O. Box 472,
Milton, FL 32572. The names
ar,.d .ddr:t i-:.-: .t ihe [p, r-cro.-il
: re-rc. rnidlli'.- a., ir.- p r.:i:,,'
Ml rapr .eCIIr.. n-,:,rr.v, are

Ali ,Tro.d.3Or: r' I,.c ,j-i.eOnt
ar,.3 .D rhr peric-n. r,: , ng
deC .. 4r, CI d I- r .r" e r.C',r, A
1.,:1 , 1, ul I1,h : r .:.,1C. ," r-quir.,d
I1:. pt- .'r.e. , muil il, ineair
claims with this court WITHIN
THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS


AFTER THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SER-
VICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate must file
their claim with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF o THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (21 YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.

The date of first publication of
. this notice is September 6,
2006.
Attorney for Personal
'.Representative:
/z KEflIJETH R FOUIJTAI1J
F.rrelrh R Fourinn
Attorney for Susan Harris
Florida Bar No.48569
2045 Fountain Professional
Ct., Suite A.
� Navarre, Florida 32566
Telephone: (850) 939-3535
- Personal Representative:
t Is/ Susan Harris .
I Su.Far' H.ir.
1 1" C 8ll Ju;c.

090606
091306
9693


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Sports


SRC golf 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 I
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. .


new bow fr seaon
The Ladies Trios Alley Cats
Winter League at Oops Alley is
looking for ne%\ members.
This all-%women's day
-league %\ill begin bowling on
Sept. 11' ,%ith the league run-
ning through ,NMay 21 when they
will hold an awards and ban-
quet program.
Bowling in this league will
cost $8 per week per team
member alone u %ith a one time
fee of $15 for your USBC card.
For more information you
can contact Brenda Gilley at
623-6807 or Oops Alley at 995-
9393 ' '


East Milto n You Youth

Football League sending out
a big call for aspiring f6ot-
ball" players between the agec.
of four and a half to eight
)ears 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
.EMY.- Football Director
.,Barry Diamond at 626-8265
or e-mail him at barrydia-
mond@bellsouth.net.

Who Cares League is
takig ups forhEal
Signup for the Who Cares
Mixed Bowling League at
,Avalon Bowling Center is
'underway for this fall/winter
season.
This is a Monday night
league for bowlers 18 and older,
which gets underway at 6:50
'p.m. Each team consists of at
least four bowlers. For more
'information call 981-1603.

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Runners to your mark


7 Coaches prepare for season ofups and downs


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
Runners to your mark as the
cross county season %till get
underxway this Saturday with
the Wildcat In% itational. which
is scheduled to be held at the
Escambia Equestrian Center at
7:30 in the morning.
This meet could prove to be
very interesting in many ways
as roughly 17 teams are expect-
ed to compete. \\ which \\ill rank
it up with the J D. Mac
Invitational on Sept. 24, the
Black Cat In'itational at the
East Milton Recreation Park on
Oct. 14. and a multi-team meet
on Sept. 19 at Sims Middle
School as some of the larger


events planned in the short run-
ning season. .
A. with any season there
are some teams looking to
rebuild after graduation, while
others prove to be fairly deep
and hope to avoid any major'
injuries that could hurt their
squads.
On the boys side of the
ledger Central and coach Tim
Nash are looking to rebuild
after loosing Ryan Funderburk.
Cody Stetler. and Ronnie
How ze. w ho led the Jaguars.
Tlus \ear's Nash's top three
runners w, ill be sophomores led
b% returnees Darin Ho'wze.
Ronnie's younger brother, and
Hunter Bondurant.


The last three seasons the
Jaguars hae- qualified for, the
reLionals. but have Net to reach
the state meet.
For Nash and company the
goal is to reach the regionals Net.
again.
"Our goal is to tri to return
to the regionals as a team." said
Nash. "'But if we don't I think
that Dann and Hunter ha\e a
chance to advance as individu-
als] .-
One runner \\ho could
prove to be some one to keep an
eye on this season is new comer
John Moore for the Jaguars.
Another team who lost
three to graduation is the
Milton Panthers. but that hasn't


discouraged coach Joe
Moberlk.
Gone from last season are
Ryan Holhman. Andrew Bean.
and Godfrey Padgett.
' "I am encouraged by what I
have seen in practice." said
Moberly. "I think w'e till be
improved over last Near."
Leading the Panthers this
year %ill be Ra\ Wells and
Jackson Moore.
"We are looking forward to
running \well in our Black-Cat
In itational (Oct. 141," accord-
ing to Moberly. "Ve are also
focusing to run well at district."
When it conimes to the dis-
tricts on the bo> s Milton has to
SeeCC.Pg.:


Pace senior jared Arrant is seen knocking down a Brad McGuire pass during the third quarter of the Patriots 23-20 win at home on Friday
as Pace improved to 2-0 on the young season.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin



Pats down the Dolphins


7Hawkins and Coogan connect for two late touchdowns


By NONA BARDIN
PG Sports Correspondent
The Patriots seem to have a
flair for the dramatic as they
won yet another close game
against Gulf Breeze 23-20 on
Friday.
Both teams started what
turned into a defensive contest
with field goals.
But the biggest play of the
name came when Patrick
Coogan put his head down and
drove his way to a first down in


the fourth quarter as the Patriots
were marching for a what
proved to be a necessary touch-
dov. n inthe fourth quarter.
After taking a 10-6 lead
with them to halftime, Pace fell
behind 13-10 when Brad
McGuire found Doug Baldwin
for a six-yard touchdown pass.
Pace (2-0) couldn't move
the ball, especially in the third
quarter, as the Patriot defensive
unit got very little rest.
Then the .traditional light-


Milton dumps Tech

W Panthers put up 68 points
fRwT A ,F ' IM V


By MAU KNEt ELY
PG Sports Correspondent


The Milton Panthers cele-
brated Alumni Night and the
50th Anniversary of Hanna
Stadium in .style and quieted
some critics after a humiliating
opening defeat with a 68-0'
trouncing of West Florida Tech
Friday night.
Junior receiver Marco
Dixon started things off by tak-
ing a short opening kickoff 50
yards to the Jaguar 25-yard line.
Junior quarterback Dustin Land
followed with a keeper off a
fake handoff down the left side
and scored untouched, and jun-
ior kicker Matt Shouppe added
the point after for a 7-0 Panther


lead iust t'wenti. seconds into
the game
West Florida's first posses-
sion "was briefly extended after
a roughing the puntet penalty .
but the Jag-s v ere forced to kick
aeain after an incompletion and
short reception netted just ti'.o
\ards against a stalr' .t Panthei
defense
Milton began its ne\.t dri\e
in hine shape at its ow� n 4-. and
a reception b\ Di\on run i.,
senior back Christian Wood,
gave the Panthers a first down n
at the Jaj 39 Follov, irin an
incompletion. Land connected
.k ith seniorr receiver Keenan
Tillman over the middle, and
See, MILTON, Pg. 5B


'ning strike occurred -as a mis-
handled punt gave Pace the ball
first and goal.
Quickly the Patriots capi-.
talized as Coogan found Riley
Hawkins in the end zone for
one of his two touchdown
receptions with 6:37 to play.
"'\e struggled on offense
tonight, but our defense played
great," said Pace head coach
mickey Lindsey. "Gulf Bieeze
is a great team and they showed
:t tonight.


"Our offense struggled until
the end; we just couldn't get a
rh. thm goingg"
A rested defensive unit then
held Gulf Breeze (0-2) to three
and out as the offense took over
and quickly marched down the
field again to go up 23-13.
Pace seemed destined to an
easy victory until McGuire and
company quickly went the
length of the field and eventual-
ly scored on a six yard run with
See, PACE. Pg. 5B


W Am--,- . I
Marco Dixon got Milton rolling Friday with a long kickoff return
against West Florida Tech.


Pace coach Clint Martin is seen
preparing for an area run him-
self earlier this year.


Jay better

than ItS

0-2 mark

N Four turloverlS prove
to be costly yet again

By BILL GAMBLIN
ft PG Sports Editor *


Turnovers are what could
have kept Jay from getting their
first win of the season FridaN
when they visited Flomaton.
Before the final gun sound-
ed the Royals had committed
four turnovers in a 36-21 loss to
the Hurnricanes.
"I don't think the turnovers
mattered that much %when we
played Crest' ie".'s aid Jay
head coach Elijah Bell on
NMonday. "But against Flomaton
they could have made a differ-
ence.
"Two of the turnov ers came
at 'ern in opportune moments."
The Royals (1-2) started
out strong by taking a 7-0 lead
after T\ler DeGraaf scored
from one Nard out.
But Flomaton %would capi-
talize on a fumble and an inter-
ception to take a 16-7 lead, but
J.i. wasn't t throth.
Dylan Smith only rushed
for 20 - yards the entire'evening,
but 13 of those yards came just
before halftime on a touchdown
as the Ro% als'cut the margin to
16-15.
Brandt Hendricks would
score the, final Royals touch-
down on a one yard run at the
start of the third quarter as Jay
led 21-16.
But that would end the
scoring on the night for Jay.
"We are not as good at scor-
ing as we need to be," said Bell.
"And it would be a little easier
on the offense if we would quit
helping with turnovers."
The road show continues
this week for Jay as they will
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PG Spoii s Edtil,',
Jay hosted Flomaton in
what v._as_ a very competitive
four Lamnie match against their
out-of-state riv al to the north as
the'i evened their record to 4-4.
The Lad., Ro'.als won the
match three games to one by the
scores of 25-21, 20-25, 25-29,
and 25-20..
Overall for the four games
lay pretty much did what they
wanted to do as senior Hannah
Green went 19-for-19 on serves
with three aces,. while Karen.
Brake, another senior, regis-
tered seen aces and II kills.
Senior Tamara Lewis had
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Don Musgra\e. Mark
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HenrN Skwift Jr. all turned in
perfect cards. which forced us
to check the tiebreaker again
for the second week in a row.
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predicted 49 points.
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as he predicted 47 points while e
McDonald predicted 42 points.
Right behind these four \" as
a pack of 14 who \eni 9-1 on
the weekend.
The game which h proved to
be the most difficult %%as Ja�'s
loss to Flomaton. \thich tripped
up seen of the 14. while
California's melt do"\n in
Kno\\ille proved to be the
undoing of three more.
Notre Dane's late come-
back sunk t'o players whilee
picking Stanford and
University Christian High
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rest.


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F.C. Brake Jr.. DeWaNne
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Mike Bodda\. Jerem\ Bro\wn.
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8-2 were Brnan Hatha\-a\.
Michelle Jobe, Rusti Jones.
L\ nRae Johnson, Gar\
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Howard Vann Sr. Martha
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Ronald Ta lor.
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contend with the Washington
High squad.
In Jay a very young squad
has matured as the oldest run-
ner the Royals and coach Sonya
Odom will have this year is jun-
ior Levi Blackmon.
But the biggest name to
watch'out for on the boys squad
at Jay could be freshman Drew


Kennedy.
"Drew was our top runner
last year," said Odom. "He was
running in the 19's last year and.
I expect him to be very compet-
itive this year by reducing his
time considerably."
This season the Royals
boast a squad of nine runners,
which include sophomore Dale
Barlow and freshmen Jeffery


Fischer, Drew Kennedy, Dusty
Kennedy, Colton Smith, Robby
Smith and Tyler King.
Another runner to keep an
eye on this season is eighth
grader Ryne Wolfe.
Pace head coach Scott
Denny did not respond to the
Press Gazettes attempts to get
information on the Patriots
boys' team.


On the girls side Pace and
Jay are looking to attract a lot of
attention.
For the Lady Patriots and
head coach Clint Martin last
year was a rebuilding year for
him and his runners.
"We are working hard and I
think we are going to do very
well this season," said Martin.
"Last year was a rebuilding


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year for us as we were hit hard
by graduation.
"It was the first time in
many years that we did not go
to state."
Returning this season for
Pace is team captain Tina
Hierholzer along with second
year varsity runners Alex
Guenter and Megan Wheeler.
"Tina is a very strong and
dependable runner," said
Martin. Alex is getting back in
top from and Megan is also
training very hard."
Amy Rigby is. another
returnee who is running, hard
along with some new runners
Martin is expecting some great
things from.'
Martin and his squad have
to dates they are focusing on
this year which are the county
championships and the district
championships, which could set
the tone for their plans on
returning to the state meet.
Up the road in Jay Becky
Holley has taken over the girls
program and there is a great
deal of excitement surrounding
the girls program.
Leading the way for Jay,
this season is their top runner
returning from last season
sophomore Trista Talbot and
fifth year runner Taylor
Dover, the only senior on the
squad.


"I did not coach cross
country last season," said
Holley. "So I am very excited
about'returning this season.
"We have only one senior;
two sophomores, two fresh-
man, three eighth graders and"
five seventh graders; however
I see a lot of potential in this
group of youngsters."
Besides Talbot and Dover'.
other contributors on the Lady;
Royals squad are sophomore
Kimmy Hudon, freshman
Gloria Raney, as well as
eighth graders Robin"
Blackman and Jennifer Sutler.
"All of the runners will be
important to our success this'
season," said Holley. "Several'
of our runners have greatly'
improved over last year and
are competing for top spots on'
the team."
Last year the Lady Royals'
competed in the Regional,
meet, but did not advance to'
state. This is an item that
Holley is hoping to change"
this season in Jay.
Milton head coach Tracy
Hodges did not responded to"
the Press Gazette's attempts to'
get information on the Lady'
Panthers.

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CC Schedules


Pace Schedule
Sept. 9 Wi l d c
Invitational
Sept. 12 Multi Mee
Sept. 16 .Great Muc
Sept. 19 Multi Mee
Sept. 30 Pine Fo
Inv.
Oct. 7 F S
Invitational
Oct. 14 Black
Invitational
Oct. 20 Tri-team m
Oct. 28 District


Nov.
Nov.


4 Regional
11 State


Milton Schedule
Sept. 9 Wi l d c a t
Invitational
Sept 12 East Milton
Rec. Park
Sept. 19 Pace
Sept. 26 Escambia
Sept. 30 Pine Forest
Inv.
Oct. 10 Northview
Oct. 14 Black Cat
Invitational
Oct. 19 UWF
Oct. 28 District
Nov. 4 Regional


Nov. 11 State


Central Schedule
t Sept. 7 Walton
idy Sept. 12 Milton
t Sept. 14 Freeport
rest Sept. 21 Walton
Sept. 23 J.D:
U Invitational
Sept. 28 Paxton
Cat Sept. 30 Pine F
Inv.
eet Oct. 5 Paxton
Oct. 12 Baker
Oct. 26 District
Nov. 3 Regional


Mac


orest


Jay Schedule
Sept. 9 Wi l d ca t
Invitational
Sept. 16 Pine Forest
Inv.
Sept. 19 East Hill
Sept. 23 J.D. Mac Inv.
Sept. 26 Pace
Oct. 10 Pace
Oct. 17 Jay
Oct. 21 EscaRosa
Oct. 26 District
Regionals
State


Preps


Continued From Page One
34 assists while going 11-of-12
on serves with three aces.
Freshman Samantha
Flowers also got into the act
with 12 digs as well as going 5-
for-5 from the service line.
"Mentally we are getting
better and working harder,"
said Jay head coach Karen
Houser. "The girls I feel like are
starting to see the big picture.
"Today I felt like Karen
(Brake), Tamara Lewis, and
(Hannah) Green all stepped up
and provided us with senior
leadership."
Jay, who is 0-1 in district
action, will have tried to even
that mark when they visited
Pensacola Christian on
'Tuesday.
The results of this match
were not available before press
time.
Central improved to 4-1 on
the season as they defeated
W.S. Neal on the road three
games to one on Thursday.
No stats or further informa-
tion were made available on
this match by press time,
Central will play their sec-
ond district game of the season
at home on Thursday against
Laurel Hill at 6 p.m.
In other action Milton fell
to 2-5 on the season and 2-3 in
district play after loosing their
match against PensaCola three
games to two.


The final scores were 25-
20, 25-21, 23-35, 24-26, and
15-11.
Milton attempted to even
their district mark on Tuesday
at Pine Forest, but the score was
not available by press time.
Pace fell to 3-3 on the sea-
son as its three match-winning
streak was snapped by district
opponent Choctaw in Ft.
Walton Beach on Thursday.
Choctaw won the match in
three straight 25-19, 25-16, and
25-21.
Pace is now 1-2 in district
play and hope to return to their
winning ways Tuesday when
they play Tate.
The scores from this match
were not available at press time.
On Thursday Milton and
Pace will be involved in a four
team swim meet in Pensacola at
Hunter Pool.
The meet between Milton,
Pace, Catholic, and West
Florida Tech will get underway
at 6 p.m.
Back on Aug. 26, Pace and
Milton were involved in the
Catholic Invitational, but
results from that meet were
very limited as neither Pace nor
Milton were reported in the
final standings.

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travel to Vernon (0-2) this
Friday for what should -be a
very competitive match up
between two teams searching
for their first win of the season.
"It is not really getting any
easier that is for sure," said
B.ell. "We .play a really tough
district schedule and our non-
district games are very compet-
itive as well.
"That is the nature of the
game, and I feel like we will get
better."
Vernon's losses this season
are 40-0 to Pensacola Catholic
in week one and a 12-6 loss to
Baker at home last Friday.
"Every time we have
played Vernon it has been a
dogfight," said Bell. "And this'
week shouldn't be any different
as both teams are looking for
their first win."
DeGraaf led Jay with 96
yard on 15 carries' against
Flomaton while Hendricks was
next with 62 yards" rushing. tie
also completed six of 15 passes
for 119 yards and' three inter-
ceptions.
Bell commented his team
has a very good practice, on
Monday, but that the season
start is not just with the team.
"I will tell you now that we
are not so big that we can't do a
better job coaching," said Bell.
'.We have to try to make sure
Ne get them in a position i to ' irn
nid use the talent we have to!
et there.
"We are not only learning
4s a team, but learning as a
achingg staff as well this sea-
, n."
Kickoff in V&rnon is set for
7:30 p.m.

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Milton

.4 Continued From Page One
., the speedy pass catcher to it
li the 13 before being stopped
by defensive back Tieron Riley.
,A holding 'penalty on the
tfeniice moved the ball back to
the opposition's 22, but sopho-
nore running back Dedrick
simmons took the next handoff
hown to the 7-yard line to set up
second and short
i situation. Land then hit
Tillman on another quick pass
for a. 7-yard touchdown with
6:10 left in the opening quarter.
The kick attempt sailed wide,
put the rout was on, as the
Panthers grabbed a, 13-0 lead.
S West Florida's next
.rive showed some promise,
but ended with utter embarrass-
6icint. Junior running back
Enrico Smalls took a second-
And-10 handoff seven yards to
set up third-and-3 at the 27.
Sophomore quarterback Jarfri
Taylor then ended any hopes of
moving the chains by fumbling
the ensuing shotgun snap and
wvas forced to fall on the ball at
his own 15. Junior punter
Evan Skipper's kick was one
for the blooper reel as ball rico-
cheted off his own player's
backside, and senior defensive
end Ricky Lopez recovered at'
the Jag 20.
Looking to score on its
third straight possession,
Milton avoided possible disas-
ter as a diving interception by
senior linebacker Joey
Hootman on second down was
negated by a roughing the pass-
er penalty. After a short gain
and timeout, Land ran a keeper
up the middle untouched to
. score from five-yards out and
Shouppe's kick attempt went
through the uprights to giye the
Panthers a 20-0 lead with still
nearly three minutes left in the
first.
The Jaguars picked up-
their initial first down of the
night on the ensuing drive as
Taylor scrambled for 22 yards
'to their own 43. That proved
to be their longest play of the
game as the Jags offense stalled


at its own 47.
West Florida soon had
its best scoring opportunity of
the. night as senior back
Cornelius Allen fumbled the
"punt and senior lineman Chase
'Davis recovered to give the
Jaguars the ball.at Milton's 33.
The visitors failed to capitalize


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Pace


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2:19 renmainin
'Gulf Breeze decided to go
for it on fourth down and used
the momentum the' gained t1o
cut the Patriots lead to three,
23-20.
But the Dolphins would.
not touch the ball again as
Pace ran out the clock after.
taking over when an attempt-
ed on-side kick went out of
bounds.
"We never give up," said
senior Riley Hawkins after the
game. "The defense played
hard tonight and it picked the
offense back up and we came

on the turnover as the Panther
defense stymied the Jag offense
once again, allowing just nega-
tive yardage on three plays.
The Jags elected to, punt on
fourth-and-11 on the Panther 34
at the start of the second quar-
ter, and Milton took over at its
own 20 following a touchback.
Newly inserted quarter-
back, sophomore Mike
McMillion ran a keeper to set
up second-and-2, but a diving
interception in the end zone by
sophomore defender Gavin
Kalaluhi intended for Dixon
halted the scoring opportunity.
It didn't take Milton
,long to find pay dirt again as the
Jags offense stalled after netting
negative yardage. On fourth-
and-11. from the 19, West
FlQrida was forced to punt, and
Morgan was all too eager to the
hometown fans to their feet
once again as he scampered
down the left sideline and cut
back right into the end zone for
a 51-yard touchdown return to
give the Panthers a command-
ing 34-0 lead with 6:06 left in
the second quarter.
Miltonr went into halftime
with what would be an insur-
mountable 48-0 lead.
The second half was
more of the same for the
Panthers as they cruised on to a
68-0 victory.
"We really picked up
the tempo tonight, and played
all four quarters," Milton head
coach Mike McMillion said.
"We played hard on both sides
of the ball-we got their (our
players) attention Monday
through Thursday, and they
really showed up to play Friday
night. They represented them-
selves well, and know what
they're capable,of.".
McMillion was proud of
the defensive effort as well as
how the offense spread the ball
around with few mistakes.
"We've learned we have
to avoid turnovers at all cost,"
McMillion said. "Several peo-


up with a ictor\."
In 54 plays, the Patriots
moved the ball 276 Nards.
with 2 turnovers and 2 fumble
recoveries. Coogan threw 20
passes, connecting only 10 of
those for 101 yards.
Gulf Breeze managed to
move the ball 214 yards in 63
plays, with 25 pass attempts.
Only 12 of the passes were
caught, totaling 102 yards.
The Dolphins fumbled the ball,
4 times, recovering just once.
"I feel like we were in bet-
ter shape," said Pace senior
linebacker Chris Cooke. "We
play as a team with heart and

ple touched the ball tonight and
responded well. We had a full-
speed performance, and we
need to have that every week.
No one was satisfied with how
we played last week-they want-.
ed to redeem themselves and
played hard for four quarters."
As of looking past West
Florida to Pine Forest this,
week,, the Panthers' perform-
ance on the field dictated that
was definitely not the case.
However, the coach still sees
room for improvement.
"We're not good
enough yet to look past any-
one," McMillion said. "We've
got to focus on one game at a
time-sometimes you can get
caught up in the preseason hype
and expectations, but the clock
tells the story after four quar-
ters."
Panther players were
glad to get the proverbial mon-
key of their backs for their first.
win, especially after feeling
they let the home crowd down a
week before.
"We put forth a good
effort, considering how we lost
last week," Milton's Dixon
said. He finished with three
receptions for 28 yards and a
touchdown and added a 50-yard
kickoff return. "We played
strong tonight. To be just a
sophomore, you can't argue
with how well Mike
(McMillion) played and Dustin
(Land). We're looking for-
ward to playing Pine Forest and
plan on doing the same thing."
Land completed five-
of-six pass attempts, for 99
yards and a throwing touch-
down. He also totaled 24 yards
on the ground and scored two
rushing touchdowns. He said
the players up front should be
recognized offensively.
"We played a lot better
than last week-it couldn't get
much worse than that," Land
said. "It was a tough challenge
coming back from that. I give
all the credit to our offensive


rely on everybody."
The start of the game
needed, everybody, especially
on defense as Gulf Breeze
used a nine-play' dri\e endih';
with Kevin Kent connecting
from 19 yards out to go up 3-
0 .
Pace would respond after
starting from its own 20-yard
line when Eric Martinez split
the uprights from 42 yards
out.
The Patriots would then
take advantage'of good field
position in the second quarter
to, go up 10-3
When Alex.. Tamariz'


Milton's Dustin Land is seen after
West Florida Tech.

linemen; if not for them, I'm
not standing in the end zone.
Everyone was aware tonight.
That's the best I've seen our
defense play. All our players
hit hard and played tough. This
was a real confidence boost for
us. We really worked hard after
losing to Washington, but
we've still got to work 10 times
harder for Pine Forest."
West Florida's head
coach Scott Watson realized .it
just wasn't the Jaguars' night.
"This was a learning
experience 'for us-we'll learn
and we'll get better," said
Watson, whose team managed
just 43 yards of total offense.
"We didn't like what happened-
we were just out-coached and


caught a nine-yard pass from
Dre'". Cumberland.
A Pacie rut over would set
Gulf Breeze up with the
opportunity to tie, the game
before h.ilfimwne but they
could only manage a 43 yard
field goal as the Patriots held.
, Gulf Breeze coach Chris
Nemith' was very pleased
despite coming out on the
short end of the scoreboard.
"We were in the game till
the very end," said Nemith.
"Last week and this week we
had our chances and. were
close in boithi g.ies. against
much larger teams.-


"I couldn't be more proud
of these guys and what they
have done; especially tonight
against the number nine team
in the state."
Pace will travel to
Woodham this Friday for a
kickoff set at 7 p.m.
The Titans are 1-1 on the
season after a'31-13 loss to,
Crestview this past Friday.
Last 'season Woodham
played Pace close, but came
up short by a 21-18 score in a
very fast and physical contest.
- Story i 'itrtf by
".ii. Bardin. -Reach her
at sports@srpressgazette.com


scoring one of his touchdowns Friday ira the Panthers 68-0 win over

Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


out-played. They were just
more .aggressive than we were
tonight."
The Panthers tallied 349
yards from scrimmage, and
added over 100 more on special
teams. Quarterback
McMillion completed three of
his four attempts for 31 yards
and two touchdowns and a lone
interception. He added 11
more yards on the ground.
Woods led the Panthers with
114 rushing yards on just eight
carries and also scored. He
had three runs of at least 20
yards on the night.
Milton now is preparing for
their next test in Pine Forest,
who is averaging 400 yards a
game rushing.


"Pine Forest has a very fast
defense and an explosive run-
ning game," said Mike
McMillion. "They have a very
good quarterback (C.J. Dancy)
and Cratez Abrams is probably
the fastest guy we will see all
year.
"Alfred Morris and
Horaczeo Crawford are both
three year players who play
both ways and are outstanding
athletes."
Last season Milton defeat-
ed Pine Forest on a late field
goal by Shouppe to secure a 24-
22 victory.

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The Little White Church


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What was the second most
expensive building in Milton
in the late 1800's? It may be
hard .to believe, but St. Mary's
Episcopal Church, also known
as "the little white church on
Oak Street" was the costliest
building around, second only
to Milton's brick courthouse.
The congregation of St. Mary's
was first formed in 1867. Can
you imagine attending your
religious services in a window-
less church every Sunday, for
three years? Due to budget
constraints during the Great
Depression of the 1870's, that
is exactly what these faithful
members had to ,do. The
Church Women's Group, then
known ,as the Ladies Aid,
Society, tacked up fabric over
the empty window frames to
keep the birds and wasps from
disrupting. services.
Today, St. Mary's Episcopal
Church Women (ECW) can
enjoy mass in the comfort of
an air-conditioned windowed
building; but in keeping up
with tradition, they are always


working on things to benefit
"the little white church" and its
congregation. The ECW
recently published a cookbook
using 200 recipes by church
members from the past and pre-
sent. The hardcover cookbooks,
entitled, "Be Our Guest" are a
celebration of the church's his-
tory with emphasis on the
importance of sharing in fel-
lowship.
Nearly 140 years after its
beginnings.' St. NMary's
Episcopal Church remains a
place; of worship. celebration.
"and historical' significance in
the town. of Milton. You can,
join'them for their Fall Festival
on Friday, September 8th from
3:00 ' p.m.-7:00 p.m. and'
Saturday, September 9111 from
7:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. They will
be selling clothing, homemade
jams, baked goods, and their
new cookbooks %\ill also be
available for purchase. For ser-
vice times or questions, please
call St. MNar 's Episcopal
Church Office at (850), 623-
2905. ,


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7:00 PMN. The church is
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Pensacola Blhd.
Pastor Roy Jullian invites
all to worship with us in this
special service.
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Ask the Preacher

S..n eekA colunm-n n.ii ermn t our que-.
-.* . '. , tions t ith Biblical danisn ier. about ihte.

Pastor Gallups, " I know that you do not believe in the sci-
entific teaching of Evolution. Do you really believe that a man
named Noah, got all the animals of.the world into a boat and
then survived a worldwide flood? Come on now!"' . S.W.-
Milton
Dear S.W. The "SCIENTIFIC TEACHING OF EVO-
LUTION"? Come on now! There is NOTHING Scientific
about Et solution at all!
Some years back, I asked Dr. Terry Pruitt of the Lini\ ersity
of West Florida Anthropology Department, in a public session
at the University, to present one piece of "scientific'" e\ idence
to PROVE the theory of Evolution. In the presence of at least
00 on-lookers he admitted that he could not do it!
Regarding the account of Noah. The fossil e. idence DOES
show, a wvorldw ide catastrophe (such as a flood!'i that occurred
sometime in our earth's relatively distant past. This is e'i-
denced by almost every form of life being found in fossilized
form in various places around the, globe at almost eery strata
la. er! Ex ery major, ancient ci tilization has a "'flood" stort in its
written or oral history. 'The Bible records specifically what
happened, why it happened and Who did it!
Noah probably took small arid baby an mals on board. He
ko-iuld onlh need to take the kinds of animals on board that
t would not sur ive a flood. Before the flood. the Bible records
that all animals were vegetarians so there %uas no danger of ani-
mals attacking and sating one another. The Biblical instructions
for building the ark seem to prove ide for a watering. waste dis-
posal and feeding system,. The. ark's proportions were enor-
mous and the Bible sa- s that it took Noah 120 Nears to build it!
S.W., It is much easier for me to belie e the Bible creation
account than the Exolutionist's UNSCIENTIFIC "theory" that
man evolked from a rock and a slime pit! Trust in Jesus. believe
His \Word and oou% will neter go wrong. You w\i11 also be a lot
SMARTER!

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Pensacola. FL 32504
(850)857-7797 (850)857-7880


HEAVY EOUIP-
MENT OPERATOR
TRAIrNINrG FOR
EMPLO"'MENT-"
Bulldozers Back-
hoes Loaders.
Dump Trucks. Grad-
er.s Scrapers' E:xca-
valors rNational Cer-
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ment Assislance.
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Drivers
DRIVER
DEDICATED RE-
GIOHAL Guararn-
ieed Horne EVER'".
Wkenr,' Avg. $725 "-
$1025 wk 65'-: pre-
leaded prelarped
Mioile AL Termirnal
CDL -A require
877-428-5627
w * clarivl.erS..corn
DRIVER- $1000
Sign ,rn Bonus ior
Ex\p.rrenced Flaitled
Dr-.. ers Hom
Weekenas-
95950+ Week Greal
Benret.li. & Equip-
rnert Stlijrjtriii
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IIIG QUALIFIED
DRIVERS tor Cen.
ral Floridi L .cal ..
Iahlional OTR po0s-
i.ir-ns,. Food grade
lanker, nor hazrmal.
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bernetits:. comnpetir ,'
pa.,' rinew equip.
merii ell eed e2 ar.:
e:.perenrce. Call B'-'
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vO ur i':ppo:rllnility o-
day t8001c-741-7950
DRIVER- OWNER
OPERATORS '"n-
creased Pay!! *Low-
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& More! It takes 1
call to find out: Call
Missy, (800)437-
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Transportation.
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102
Drivers
DRIVER-HIRING
QUALIFIED DRIV-
ERS lor Central
Florida Local & Na-
honal OTR posi-
lions.. Food grade
larnker, no hazrralt
no pumps, greal
benriefs comnperlI..e
pay & new equip-
mern. Need 2 years
experience. Call By-
num transport for
your opponunirv to-
davy 1800I)741 7950.

DRIVER: YOU
WANT IT WE
HAVE IT' Solo.
learns, owner opera-
Iors. company drv-
ers students, recent
grads., regional
dedicated. long
haul
Van tiatbed Musi
be 21. CRST Career
Cerner 18001940-
2778 www drve-
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DRIVERS-FLATBED
$1700
Sign on Bonus
AL. GA, & FL D',-
pai.r'
Home Weekends
GUARANTEED
Eari,, Up i0 ., ''


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Call H, rl:.
1-800-494-8471
'.'',\ Far5 .:,1Tr 1r, ..:,rrm
GULF COAST
REGIONAL
TRACTOR TRAILER
DRIVER
"CDL
'Clean MVR
"Fork Lil experience
"40 cents per mile
plus drop off
"Home at night

Call: 850-626-8578
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Part time Sales Associate at
Nixon's
Clothing Store.
Retail experience
required. Apply at
5061 Dogwood Dr
in Milton.


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Now hiring for'Front Desk
Assosicates. Full/Part time Night
Auditor and maintenance person.
Experience. preferred. Must be
mature, responsible & dependable
with good customer service skills.
Only serious applicants may apply.
Apply in person at Holiday Inn
Express. 8510 Keshav Taylor Dr..
Milton. (Intersection of Hwy 87
and 1-10. Exit 31)626-9060.


102
Drivers
EVERGREEN
TRANSPORTA-
TION needs ODrverr
to run iie 13 SE
t1ates .witl boln
weekly and week-
end home time We
orier good pav andr
Lbenelid. Company
pay-s $1000 sigr-or,
bonus II v'ou are a31
leasi 23 .,ears old
arnd rnave a .gor'-
driving record .
HAZMIAT endi',rr-
mrrern please co'fime
by, our tirrrirnnal l0-
.'aled at 3,)0 Hw'i
95A. Canioment. FL
across Irom IP pa-
per mill or call 9668-
1702

104
General Help
BREAKFAST COOK
need-jd afor Bavcou
Cate
Call 994-9232.
CERTIFIED NURS-
ING ASSISTANTS
Looking lor caring .5
:rrcmpassnale per-
,onnel lo pI ..ide
-,rn -.-.r -,rne are tr
cienis in Escanintia
&. Santa Ro:a C.:ourn-
irei Filexibe hours.
real rpa, Akppl,p in
person at 4j001.
HWV'' 90 Suire G -
Pace
CHRIST UNITED
[.,lrr.:.dri . Criurch i _
re:- e.ring applica-
lj.n:: i._.r I.usiC Ch.:r.r
Dire-clc.r anyone i
ieresled n/ould call
623-8820 beilw'er-n
rur':ir,. 'I 9arm- 3pm
lor runner intl.rna-.
irn Appilrations
nul be- rece ,-d
el,,i.re- Sept 121ih
DATA ENTRY!
Work From rAny -
Awhere Fle.:iblte
Hojurs Person al
Computer Required.
Excellent Career
Opportunity. Serious
Inquiries Only
(800)344-9636 Ext.
700.
DAY WAITRESS
needed for Bayou
Cafe.
Call 994-9232.


104
General Help
DETENTION OFFI-
CER: PF,:,enr., Ar,-
zona Mvlarriccpa
Count,v Snern CI-
i;r. $14 -99 hr Es-
,celleni btenrCeis ole
npeirience rnecessa-
ry Conlaci
f(.0 12) ',7-5245.
i, 77352-.,276 or
wa'ew n'i'.:SOrq 400C
..a,-armncit' including
civlianri po's.. iionr S
DRIVDERDTfRAINEES
NEEDED NOW!!!
v'/evir n-ezd i ?nrr,-
I ,� .- r n i r ,i .eri.:.
I I ,, exp required
A..g. $,61.,+ 1 ':, ,r'
60:: nrc.m-
nirgly Weekly CDL
Irainina in O','ur area
1-866-280-5309
FULL TIME
Oricre help netledd
ior a local cornlrac-
lor. Sirong ordaniz:-
lional sill; comrpuil-
er skills a plus
Strong people skills
Hours 1M-F
7 30Bam-r4prr,
Call lor de lia :
FULL-CHARGE
BOOKKEEPER
Pan- lriii, i Pa.:-'
Hours lle>r I rim 'i
general lecJ.,er In-
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Ini Pa,.
Fa-. re-.irr, 10,
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HELP WANTED
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apeIa h $I
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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.


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General Help
NEEDED-PROFES--i
SIONAL INDIVIDUAL;
AL tor Medicard eliI
gibilivy specialistin ,,
lerviewer Be able l.10'
worri independently,
Posltio-,in ir, Milion
.area .seco.:'nd
srh.':prlj'! weekends;
Salary + bonus +4
beneile Fa-' re-
-Sumne I 6.26-5386.

POLICE OFFiF'
CERS: Erri up l10
S.20 (i00 bonus
Train I. project y,',U
fellow Soldiers anq-
be a leader in ith'.
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PUBLISHER'S"'
NOTICE
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and The Santi R.:.s
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Landscape Supply
business. Good, val-,
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forklift experience a:
plus. Monday-Friday
8-5, Saturdays 8-12.:
Call 850-626-8578.


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114
Medical
MEDICAL STAFF
NEEDED SIGNN -
ON BONUSES!!

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

HOSPITALS. Per
Diem or 13/26 wk.
CN.A.S. PHELB.
P.O.T. i 1-877-80-
S.T.A.F.F.
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 at Nixon's
Clothing Store. Re-
tail experience re-
quired. Apply at
5061 Dogwood Dr in
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 retirementiunds,
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
ODC0539B


126
Skills/Trade
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-
GUAR1D.com/me-
chanic.html.
128
Positions Wanted
HARD WORKING
cleaning person
needed long term for
growing cleaning
business. Call 994-
1785 .


BAPTIST
JayHospIta '

-Dietary Aide/Cook- Education- H/S, GED Responsiible for prepraiior,
of food tar paltents employees and visitors.
RN's- Full-time & Pan-tiie poshii;n- Florida License required. RN in,
ER Department. ACLS and PALS preterre
Business Office Representative- HS graduate, type 30-35 wpm.
Previous experience ;n health care setting preferred. Duties would
include, colled regsirranon data-verify insurance obla.n autnonzaiions,
schedule op procedures and assisi wiih all omier tasks assigned. Ability
to work well and clonsslerlly under pressure
Radiology Technologist- Graduae 0of accredited ARRT program or
registr, eligible. HRS operaior Day shif& Must have excellent patient
care skills anc good corrirrun;rair,.. skills
Physical Therapy Assistant - Full-ime Must have PTA License to
treat prhvical inerapy ui patient & acuiI care. Admirister therapy Ireal-
ments as directed -y PT Sian ,or, Bonus'
Swing Bed Coordinator - FS graduate CPR cenled Full-lime. CPR
ceniried. Current C'A icence Abiliry to* work eri.ciently and effecively
winr orner realincare team membierS
Jay Hospital offers and excellent benefit package. Applicanis inter-
ested please conrac VWenrdy Cu.en in Human Resources at 850-675-
8069 ' or fax rpp,-i r on .:. 8t.o *.~ :-5-817 3 ,:,r mail to
wcovert@bhcpns.org or apply in person at J.ay Ho-pital 14114 Alabama
Street, Jay Florida. - '-










Assistant Program Director: supervisory
-position sharing operational and programmatic
responsibility. You will oversee program organization,
scheduling, and trainifig staff. Must enjoy working in
the outdoors,.be able to work a flexible schedule
including some nights/weekends. Bachelor's,
preferably in human service-related field required.
Minimum 2 yrs related work exp. in residential,
programs for youth, at one involving staff supervision

Youth Case Manager: Responsibilities include
individual, group, and family counseling, monitor and
document treatment, formulate and implement treat-i
ment plans. Bachelor's in a human services field and
2 yrs exp working with children w/serious emotional
disturbances/substance abuse problems.

For immediate consideration apply online at
www.eckerdyouth.org or send resume via
fax to Margie James at 727-442-5911,

EOE, M/F/DIV, Drug Free Work Place
EOE, M/FD/VN Drug Free Work Place ,=


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 hot 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
m (888)813-MOLD.
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.
GUARANTEED
YOU Will Love This!
The BesI Health
.Product and Home
Based Business On
The Planeli Earth'
Webste:
www vibe2i corn
Phone: 1989413-
8591.
SELL THE HOT-
TEST PRODUCT IN
INSURANCE HIS-
TORY. $0 Prernium
Medicare Advantage
Wth 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.
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 Aderhcoid
626-4558 or 206-8843
315
Business Services
RELIABLE HOME
AND COMMER-
CIAL CLEANING.
Call Shelia:
626-2278
GRANNY & NANNY
Old , Fashioned
house cleaning -with
old fashioned prices.
983-7394


315
Business Services
LACEY
FENCING & Deck-
ing,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.
ARTIE KELLER
STUCCO. Licensed
and Insured. Con-
ventional and Syn-
thetic Systems. No
job to big nor to
small. Call 698-8327
or 626-9164.
B & B HOME
IMPROVEMENTS
25 years experience .
Free estimates
. Licensed & 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
* decks. Our privacy
fences are built with
SCREWS. Free Es-
timates. 485-2532.
BROWN'S HAUL-
ING. INC.
Land clearing
Din work
Free Esimates .
Brown fil or clay
$160.00 per load in
the Milton area:.
850-983-1590 office"
S850-554-3507 cell
COKER'S LAWN &
TRACTOR Service,
from trimming to
-tractor work. Clean
ups, raking, hauling,
mowing, bushhog-
ging. dirt work. Rea-,
sonable rates, Iree
estimate (850) 623-
0493. Licensed & in-
sured.

CURTIS PENTON
Farms. Fresh-
Squasn, Okrah.
Cucumbers.
Tomatoes, Peas.
Corn and
Watermelon.
Hwy 87 Nonih,
,Berrydale
Santa Rosa Fresh



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Name Change '55
FREE Typing, Call for
Worksheet (850) 434-7524
1850 N. "W" St "
(1 blk. N. ofFlea Market)|


Now Hiring an
experienced service
plumber - Immediate
opening,

Monday- Friday,
$12.00 - $16.00 an hour
D.O.E., Call for an


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315
Business Services
D&D REMODELING
INC. General Con-
tractor All Types
Hore Maintenance;
Roofs to Floors,
Renovations, Decks,
Tile, Plumbing, Etc.
Evictions, Move-
Outs, Construction
Cleaning, Pressure
Washing, Painting,
Tree work, & Etc.
Locally owned.
FREE ESTIMATES.
Lic.#4710-0037952
CELL#261-1173
CELL#261-3598
DAN'S TRACTOR
works Licensed and'
insured Bush-hog-
ging.,,Discing. Front-'
end loading: Debris
removal. Dan Fran-
cisco, owner. Cell
(8501 529-8718
Home (850) 623-
8697
DOUBLE "B" Land
Clearing Backhoe
Work Licensed and -
Insured. Bryen Bal-
lard. (850)994-5740
or (8501232-1581
HOUSEHOLD TERMITE &
PEST CONTROL
" i a 1 E .ilurl Ir.: .l- :.l. .-i
" u a r llil- c d H - : C o r.[r.:.l
'Fr.:,TO T-rT . '.i r'
,;,

A'0' '.l 'CC'"C'.

J & L HOME
IMPROVEMENT
SERVICE'S
Carpentry * Paint-
ing
Pressure Cleaning
Fences * Decks *
Doors * Windows *
ecl. . , "
"One qall Does It
All" 983-3428
LOCAL HOME/Re-
pair. Paint, drywall,
trim & tile. Fence re-
pair & installation.
10 years experi-
ence: Contact Paul
McMullen 850-723-
9767.
LORIS LITTLE
RASCALS CHILD
CARE. Open Mon-
day - Friday 24hrs
day.' Excepting, all
ages and' .after
schoolers. No subsi-'
dized please. For
mbre information
call 981 �18-75 .
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
arlomdable prices.
99'4-0897

NEW HOPE PAINT-
ING & WALLPA-
PERING *Drywall
repairs & patchwork
"Pressure clearing
(homes, decks, pa-
tios, driveways &
sidewalks) *Carpen-
try work (crown
molding, paneling,
trim base & case, in-
stall cabinets & build
decks) Residential.
Interior/Exterior.
Family owned busi-
ness, over 30 years.
Call The Ericksens
today! (850)723-
2550 Or 623-6034


315
Business Services
S & T Siding and
Windows
Windows, Doors
Siding & Soffit and
Storm Shutters
Owner: CRC. Todd
Griffitts
850-259-8474
850-537-8485
Free Estimates
STUMP-EASE
STUMP GRINDING
Most removals $35
Discount for multiple'
removals & Back-
yard accessible.
Local Contractor
Retired USN
Licensed & Insured,
232-8746
THE SCREEN MAN
Window Screen on
Site. Repair or Re-
placement.
995-0719'
Cell: 637-5611
Free Estimates
TNT METAL
BUILDING, INC.
R.V. & Boat'
covers,
Garages.
Portable Sheds'
CARPORTS
Call for besi prices
in town!
Galvanized Steel
Many sizesicolors.
Financing Avaitl le
Free delivery & ,Selup
,8501 983-2296 or
Cell: 18501 206-
4008,
TRI-STATE ELECTRI-
CAL CONSTR. INC.
"Your Total Electric
Contractor" Since'
1974
Lightning Protection'
'Generators 'Home
Rewiring
'Commercial
* Residential
Office: 623-8087
Fax: 623-8083
TUTORING FOR
READING Grades
Pre-K through 7th.
Masler's in reading.
Call: 221-0718.
320
Child Care
REGISTERED HOME
In Milton has 2'
openings lor 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
WANTED
PRE-SCHOOL
TEACHERS
With 45 hours of
ChildCare Training,
Certificates or CDA
preferred but not
neccesary.
Now accepting Child
Care Vouchers.For
further Information
Contact Tender
Heart Learning
Center at:
626-0117
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-
21.59 (if no answer,
please leave message)
Firewood $50. a
load and up.
360
Miscellaneous
SALTERS HOME
Grown Veggies
Available Jlow!!
Squash, Cucumbers
Turnip Greens, and
specialize in vine
ripe tomatoes..

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




402
Apartments
1 BEDROOM lur-
nished apartment
with central heat &.
air. No pets. $400:
ronth, $300. dep.
Call for appointment.
994-.7246
ANDORA DEER
Run & Country Vil-
lage Apts. 4260 Hwy
90 in Pace are now
accepting applica-
lions for 1 & 2 BR
apanmenls.




994-4353

FOR RENT
2/BR 2' BA
$650/mth plus se-
curity deposit
Across from Milton
High School. 418-
2054 or 435-5099
FOR RENT
2/BR 1/BA 800+
sq.ft. duplex. Ayalon
area. .1919. Lodge-
pole Dr. Milton.
$615/$615 deposit
850-554-8138,
FOR RENT
2/BR 1/BA duplex.
6230 Woodward
Lane in Milton.
$630mo/$630dep.
SNo pets.
995-4831
FOR RENT
In Milton 3/BR 1/BA
central heat/ac, ap-
pliances furnished.
No Pets. $750/mth
$750/deposit.
626-0179 or 255-
1459.
404
Commercial
OFFICE SPACE
FOR LEASE
6061 Dr's Park,
1,800 sf, newly ren-
ovated. 623-5618


$ 51
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406
Homes
3 BD/2BA Newly re-
modeled, central
heat and air, carport,
excellent location,
near elementary
schools. $850
month
$500 deposit
623-9553
3. BEDROOM 2 Bath
' Brick home on 2
lots, 200x150 ft.
Covered screened
patio porch. Central
Heat and Air. Seper-
ale Workshop 2
blocks from Wal
mart in Pace, FL.
$1,200 month.
Call 623-1945

HOME FOR RENT
Or SALE

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

10 Minutes From
Downtown Milton

Call: 384-9405

FOR RENT

*4/3 Home on Golf
Cou-se. 6008 Ar-
nies Way, Milion
$1200

-2'1 Duplex, 5873
Byrom SI., Milton
$400

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

*3,'2 Walerfroni
home, 5084 Sam-
Miguel Milton $1450

Sania Rosa Reairy
623-0077
FOR RENT 1900 sq
ft. 3bd/2ba , house
$1000" a month rent
$1000 deposit, be-
nind Walmart Priva-
cy lenced back yard
698-8337
FOR RENT
6707 Cedar Ridge
Circle., 3/BR 2,'BA
plus office. Built
2005. $1095/mlh
$1095/dep.
346-7982 or 221-
1429
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 F.OR Rent
.Milton 1bd/1ba Du-
plex 1 Block West of
Milton Courthouse
5189 Santa Rosa St
$390/$390
Call:02514275
384-4361
RENTALS 2 to 3 BR
in Jay, Milton and'
Pace. $400 to $650
per month. Call:"
994-5703
408
Land
FOR SALE .by own-
er. Waterfront Large
lot, off of Hwy 90,
Milton on Pond
Creek. Over 200ft
on water. Access to
'Blackwater Bay/Riv-
er, Yellow River and'
Escambia River.
Four big lakes off of
Pond Creek. Good
fishing! $50,000 no
calls after 8PM.
Call: 623-0519

LAND FOR SALE
Refer to-
Classification
#510

410
Mobile Homes
3/BR 2/BA Single-
wide mobile home.
7945 Kamey Court,
East Milton, total
-electric. No pets.
$625/mo. $300 de-
posit. 994-7918
CLEAN 2BD/1BA,
East Milton, all appli-
ances, large fenced
yard, $400 dep $540
mo (850) 626-0523
Available 9/15.
Leave message.


CLEAN 3BR/2BA
Mobile home on 1
acre. Washer/dryer,
dishwasher, 2
porches, storage
shed, fenced-in play
yard. 15 min. from
BACK GATE of
Whiting Field.
$625 a month
$625 deposit
Pets Negotiable with
a $250 pet fee.
Call: 957-1001


410
Mobile Homes
EASTGATE
MOBILE HOME
RANCH
Mobile home for
sale. 1997,16x80
3bd/2ba, total elec-
tric, garden tub, sky-
light, etc....
Call: 626-8973
FOR RENT 1/BR
1/BA Mobile Home
for rent. Water and
garbage furnished in
park. $435/200. No
Pets. Baycrest Real-
ty. Call 994-7918.
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 'ba. deck.
wasrher/dryer hook-
up. $400/$400.
Call:723-2532
MOBILE i 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
deposit:
Call:623-8628
412
Rooms For Rent
ROOMS FOR RENT
Large rooms,
utilities included,
washer/dryer, share
kitchen, near Kings
Middle School. $80
or $100 per week,
plus deposit.
Call 626-2786

414
Roommates
Wanted

ROOMMATE
WANTED
Mature roomale
needed. Waterfront
property in Pensaco-
la. Near Navy Base,
10 minutes from
Perdido Key Beach-
es. $450 security
deposit, $450 rent,
needed on or before
9/5/06. Call 626-
8959 or 377-6787
ROOMMATE
NEEDED. Milton
85,0-449-4070

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
mrn (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.



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626-8552


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Premier John Deere Dealer in Northwest Florida and South Alabama, has the
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CDL licensed driver to deliver tractors and other equipment to customers in
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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
Navarre $1,200,000

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

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

Call Wanda Jordan
850-384-0925 or
John Jordan 850-
420-01,33

RE/MAX Total
Properties 850-936-
7771
2 COMMERCIAL
BUILDINGS
FOR RENT
Good location in
Milton. Call:
623-5500

506
Homes

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


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


EAST MILTON
MLS#307964, 2 1/2
high and dry acres,
1996-Palm Harbor
Manufactured
Home, 2250 square
feet, 4/3 excellent
condition, $129,500,
fenced pasture,
bring horses,com-
munity water, well
paved road, Howard
ERA Bill Wallace
Realty, 850-450-
4104 or
850-983-3475
MAKE OFFER


ACROSS
1. Gum amount
5. Dress for the ball
10. Aesir member
14. North Carolina
county
15. Shade of purple
16. Half (prefix)
17. Comparison word
18. Place for those first
invited to parties
19. Dry
20. Number of bowling
frames
21. ___--socks
22. Hits at
23. Starts a paragraph
25. Garfield's friend
27. Arden and Merriam
28. Mr. Roger's fans
32. Elizabeth, to Di
34. "A Man
Supposed To Cry"
35. St. Tropez summer
36. Principal
37. Monastery head
39. Agricultural
implement
40. Consumed
41. Oriental language
42. Hangout
43. TV's "_
Exposure"
45. Dusting powder
46. Objectives
47. Flew


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. $ 179,900 Call
VA Financing Avail-
able With Lease Op-
tion. 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, high
ceilings. , Some in-
side furniture and all
outside patio furni-
ture to convey. Sur-
round sound in living
room, sunroom &
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
acres of timber
planted in 1998.
Property has many
possibilities and
would be great for
development.
$600,000
Eric Gleaton Realty
477-5908


, 506
Homes
FOR SALE
6416 Misty Lake
Drive
3/BR, 2/BA, all elec-
tric- new heat pump-
1330 heated/cooled,
cedar sided.
$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
Woodbine. Central
heat/ac new tile and
carpet. $120,000
obo. 554-2237 or
994-1266

HOME FOR SALE
Pace, luxious 4/BR
2/BA 1890 sq.ft.
Custom countertops,
fresh paint, land-
scaped yard with
pool. $175,000.
4604 Heartherwood
Way. 850-678-3959:

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


50. Desert refuge 26.
53. Able to stand trial 28.
54. Hatchet 29.
55. Cabbage dish
56. On guard
58. Hosiery mishap 30.
59. " ___Smile Be Your 31.
Umbrella" (2 wds.) 32.
60. Card game
61. James Dean's alma 33.
mater .37.
62. Yoked team 38.
63.. Woodland deity 39.
64. Belmont transactions 41.
42.
DOWN 4.
1. Singer Page 45.
2. Waxy 47.
3. Wild soiree swinging- 48.
spot 49.
4. Actor Wahl
5. Nursery items 50.
6. Annoys 51.
7. Netman Nastase 52.
8. More, to Miguel 53.
9. Fraction (abbr.) 56.
10. Deliquesced
11. Greek goddess 57.
12. Slight 58.
13. Clears
21. The Man Who
Too Much
22. Delta material
24. Arizona ex-governor
M.echam
25. Indiana's neighbor


506
Homes
HOUSE FOR SALE
with 5 acres and a
barn. 3 bd/2 bath.
Very spacious.
Wooden and tile
floors, except in
bedrooms which
are carpeted.Beauti-
ful landscaping, with,
sprinkler system and
well. Much more to
see, Must See to
believe. $259,000
Call: 623-0660 or
207-1163
LAKEFRONT
HOME only
$145,000
3/BR2/B Brick/Wood
Hardwood floors,
large screen room
overlooking lake. No
flood zone!!! Plus
$3,000 cash back at
closing to finish the
bonus room to your
liking!!! 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 website at
www.equity-invest-
ors.com
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
-510
Land
5 ACRES fenced
pasture for sale.
Located off Munson
Hwy, Indian 'Ford
Rd. Close to Cold
Water Creek.
$90,000 957-8784'
or 554-5237.
ACREAGE! VA,
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-
ridgebentmtn.com.


Force
Woodsy home
Capacity for
opposing magnetic
induction
Oppidan's school
Colorful salamander
Somalia's gift to high
fashion
Alliance acronym
Interruptive sound
Cell former
Stick, in Spain
, Gun For Hire
Actor Alan
Island in the China
Sea
Salon worker
Ball
Glorify
The Absinthe
Drinkers painter
Nordic capital
A Clockwork Orange
Fill
__ packing
They follow
midnights (abbr.)
Longest river in Chile
Replacement,
informally


510
Land
HOME FOR SALE
Waterfront Mulat
Bayou. 300'+ on
water. 2bd/2ba,
brick, fireplace,car-
port, separate ga-
rage, screen
porch,large deck.
By appt.
Call 484-9490 /
Owner. $350,000
LAKE BARKLEY,
KY LAND Sunsets
and serenity are
yours at this beauti-
ful Iakefront com-
munity on the TN/KY
border. 90 min to
Nashville. Close to
nat'l recreation'area.
1- 40 acres from the
$40s. (866)339-
4966.
LAND FOR RENT
Refer to
Classification
#408

LAND FOR SALE
17 acres.Hwy 90
East Milton/Harold.
$235,000.
By The Sea Realty.
Call; 642-4278
LAND FOR Sale
5.44 ac, Hwy 89
North of Milton, Re-
stricted. Call 850-
516-4377
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
LOW WHOLESALE
Prices. Investor Lots
1/4, 1/2 and 1-full
acre lois.. 6, 7, and
13 - Acre Parcels.
Fully-platted and
buildable. Highlands
and Hendry coun-
ties. Call Mr. Law-
rence (800)796-
6569.
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
(866)789-8535

NC77.com.
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 Falls
State Park. Call
(866)292-5769.

512
Mobile Homes
EASTGATE
MOBILE Homes 3
bd/2ba, garden tub,
skylight, total elec-
tric. 626-8973


512
Mobile Homes
FOR SALE
1997 Fleetwood Mo-
bile home. 2/BR
2/BA. 14 x 70, cov-
ered porch, shed, vi-
nyl siding, central
heat/air. All applian-
ces stay. Excellent
condition must sell
immediately. Ridge-
way Blvd. Milton.
reduced to $29,900
Call:983-9316.

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
COAST TO COAST
Campground mem-
bership - home park
sunset King Lake
Resort, DeFuniak
Springs, Florida, on
sale $2000. Call
Mrs. Putt (850)994-
9875

Eu.


560
, Land
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-
derealty-tn.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
trails. (866)882-
1107. .
MURPHY, NORTH
CAROLINA
AHH..COOL
SUMMERS, MILD
WINTERS!
Affordable homes &
mountain cabins
CALL FOR FREE
BROCHURE:
(877) 837-2288
EXIT REALTY
MOUNTAIN VIEW
PROPERTIES
www.exitmurchy.com
NATIONAL BUILD-
ER 0% DOWN when
you own land!
HOME BUILT ON
YOUR LOT starting
at $58 per square
foot. Call for FREE
color brochures.
(800)622-2832.


560
Land
PRICED FOR Quick
Sale!! 3.2 acre lake
lot, 148 ft of front-
age. Northeast GA's
largest and newest
lake, Patriot's
Pointe. $98,500.
More Info: (706)213-
6734 www.lakerus-
sellproperties.com
WITH TENNES-
SEE'S Beautiful
Lakes & Mountains,
you are sure to find
the perfect spot to
call home. Call Nan-
cy Gaines, Gables &
Gates (865)388-
7703, (865)777-
9191 www.nancy-


Lost & Found
PETS
LOST DOG
Deployed daughter's
Boxer- Maggie
brown female, ears
not 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 up!
850-983-4680


802
Antiques
ANTIQUE DESK
100+ years, $75.00

.1960's 70's childs
hutch/desk $75.00

Storage building full
lots of misc items.

Antique chest dark
wood leather $100
firm.

Antique chest $50

Washer speed,
queen, heavy duty.
$75
626-6149

814
Furniture
FOR SALE
Living room furni-
ture, including
Kitchen table with 4
chairs, Love seat,
small entertainment
center, recliner in
good condition, bed-
room furniture, brass
floor lamp and chan-
delier, mirror and
pictures, bookcase,
ect.983-3879
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 everyone's safety, no
concealed or loaded guns
allowed by visitors or ven-
dors. All guns must be
tied open at all times.

. 830
Miscellaneous
For Sale



I@

We Deliver & Install
Centipede
St. Augustine
Bermuda
Bailed Pine Straw
Call us first, Save Time
Call us last, Save Money
Hwy. 87 So.* Milton

626-85781

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
(800)868-8966.
WOLFF TANNING
BEDS Buy Direct
and Save! Full Body
units from $22 a
month! FREE Color
Catalog CALL TO-
DAY! (800)842-1305
www.np.etstan.com.



Cencipede- -i
St. Augustine
IFarm DirectI
Wee Deliver
434-0066

832
Miscellaneous
Wanted
GLASS CRAFTER
needs empty glass
soft drink bottles, (all
kinds). Not necessa-
rily collectors edi-
tions. Will pick up.
Call: 983-8042
PAY CASH for junk
cars or trucks. Run-
ning or not. Call
983-9527
ROOMMATE/
HOUSESITTER
WANTED
For couple who trav-
els. W/D, dishwash-
er, hot tub, big
screen television,
furnished bedroom,
and bath.
In Munson Florida
$500 per month
Call: 850-206-8148
WANTED
OLD ROOFING TIN.
Will tear down and
haul. 983-8042 or
393-9617


Quality ana value.


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A N AR N H S ' Baths Sq.Ft.
Bellehaven I 1040
* Cathedral Ceiling in Great Room Chadwick 2 1149
* Spacious Kitchen & Dining Area with custom cabinets Stratford 2 1257
S, Architectural Shingles * Vinyl Exterior Trim Norwood 2 1341
* Luxury Marble Vanity Tops- Mayfair 2 1418
* Garden Tub and Shower Diplomat 2 1510
* Ceiling Fans in all Bedroom and Great Room Hampton 2 1525
- Walk-in Closets in Bedrooms OGemini 2 1579
French Doors * Gas or Wood Fireplace Inglewood 2 1586
S_ Amobassadot 2 1610
A lBIIi* 0 % m pl e York 2 1622
Oxford 2 1713
W ill build on Slab or Piers Lexgton 2 1812
Lexington 4 BR 2 1812


Visit our website www.steelehomes.cc


Pinebrook(Signature Series) 2 1833
Fleetwood 2 1949
Kingston (Signature Series) 2 2129
Executive 2 1/2 . 2215
Regency (Signatffe Series) 3 2495
2 Bedroom Duplex 2 (1 each unit) 1740
3 Bedroom Duplex 4 (2 each onit) 2062


85.S.STEELE
.i. AND COMPANY, INCORPORATED
..g.... o.,y 6705 N. Pensacola Blvd. * 477-7880
FL. Lic. #CRCO44810 Toll Free (888) 231-1255


Price
67,800
70,900
78,400
83,000
83,900
86,800
88,100
90,600
98,100
91,200
95,000
97,300
101,300
101.700
116,600
108,400
131,300
126,300
155,000
117,600
135,800 0


MODLS6PE
MONDAY-FIA
,:00-5:00
SAT.9:05:00,
SU.CLSED


834
Lost & Found
MERCHANDISE
FOUND ONE pair of
gold rimmed glasses'
in front of Winn-Dix-
ie (MILTON) drop-.
ped of at the Press
Gazette by person
who found them.
Call 623-2120



904
Cars
1979 BONNEA-.
VILLE Pontiac,,
good
running engine,!
needs two front
tires, real good con-v
diton asking $500
Call 623-4270
CARS FOR SALE
1989 Cadillac Brah-
mas, leather, load-
Sed,131 K miles,
runs great, new w.
pump, new tires,
new battery, $1.200
Firm.

1984 Geo Storm
Red, runs great, cd
player

Call: 626-6149'
FOR SALE
2004 Mustang/2dr
coupe : 1 owner,
torch red exterior8
charcol interior. 3.q
liter V6, 5 speed;
manual transmission
'Power 4 wheel disl
brakes, Power racRl
pinion steering ii)
dash. CD/MP3 play,"
er, remote keyless
entry, 28,340 miles:
excellent conditions
Sale due to Militarl
move.$11,000.
626-7765 ,
MECURY SABL4
LS 1997 Station}
wagon V-6 1 owner,
garage kept, new
transmission, 18-2�
MPG. 60/40 folding
seats, luggage rack.
Excellent Condition
133,000 miles. Asl4
ing $4,200. Call 476-
8399 or 678-908'-
8310
906
Boats
2005 BASS "
TRACKER
Boat w/50 hp motor
Loaded. Trailer in-j
eluded. Ready for
Sthe water! Payoff
$9,600 Call:
994-2129
912
Motor Homes
FOR SALE


99 RV Bounder 34J
excellent condition;
many extras, 1 owr-
er, located in Miltorn.
850-983-0147
Leave message..
FOR SALE
1996 Dolphin RV,'
36FT. long. Low
mileage, fully equip
w/extras. $35,000.
983-3965 leave
message.

916
Sport Utility
Vehicles
1994 DARK GREEN
Jeep Cherokee. 4
door, 127,000 miles,
clean, A/C, CD, new
tires, great shape.,
$2,500.
Call 623-9439 or
384-9751
1996 MITSUBITSHI
MONTERO '
4-door, 6 cyl., all
power automatic
4x4. $4500
626-2278


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