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^ LSeptember 9, 2006





State's demand


for new devices


causes delays


By PAMELA HOLT
[Press Gazette Staff t writer
Santa Rosa residents have
new technology-touch
screens-to make their ,oices
heard. But despite the cutting-
edge paraphernalia. Tuesday
night's election didn't close
until after 10 p.m.
S Why the delay?
"What I want for Santa
Rosa County is to be correct,"
says Ann Bodenstein, Santa
Rosa Super isor of Elections,
"and being correct takes time."
"We could have been' slow-
er:." says Bodenstein.
Bodenstein says 50 percent
* of the equipment was new. The
touch screens weigh 40 pounds
each and are difficult to re-
" assemble. In a primary elec-
tion, each precinct has at least
three ballot stalls. In city
precincts. sL\ ballot stalls. They
have to be sorted and regular


aupervisur ui licuuons mnn
Bodenstein shows the touch
screen machine.
file photo


ballots. hand counted. It takes
about 55 minutes to download
each machine.
"40 precincts. 129 ballot
stalls," says Bodenstein.
Delivery is also time consum-
ing. "We have some precincts
that are 45-50 miles away."
According to Bodenstein.
when the canvassing board, i.a
judge, a member of the County
Commission, and Bodenstein),
met to balance the election
results and begin accounting
for all equipment, they were
pleased to find no security
issues, and everything bal-
anced.
400 people work on the
election: poll workers,
deputies, policemen, and deliv-
ery personnel in addition to reg-
ular staff.
"Election night is governed
by strict laws. A precinct can-
not close until 7 p.m. You can
close booths early, but at least
one must still be open until 7
p.m.
"Doug Wilks set a state-
wide record," says Bodenstein
about the county's previous
Supervisor of Elections, "17
minutes after 7 p.m.. all results
were in and that record has
never been broken. We were
not out to set any records
Tuesday night. We had new
equipment."


Story written by Pamela
Holt. Reach her at:
hoh@li.sr-pg.comt


Santa Rosa Supervisor of Elections worker Natalie Maloof begins the process of "busting bags"-part of the process of dosing out the recent
election. State-mandated -state-of-the-art" touch screen devices gave voters an extra choice for casting their ballots, but poured molasses
into the counting process. The high-tech machines are heavy and have strict guidelines for use and tabulation. Still, Santa Rosa finished the
evening's election without a hitch. Officials say "everything balanced."
Press Gazette photo by Pamela Holt



Who will serve Jubilee subdivision?


By LYNNE HOUGH
Pres- . Gaze-._t:e Statt writerr
Milton City officials say
the\ are standing by an offer to


pro ide sewer service to the
planned Jubilee subdivision in
Pace.
And Pace Water System has
an offer on the table, to provide
those same services.
But just who will actually
provide sewer to Jubilee-
owned and managed by the
Eagle Group. remains to be
seen.
The conflict began several
months ago when the Eagle
Group announced plans to cre-


ate a 588-home housing devel-
opment as Phase One of a major
residential construction plan.
But when the basics were
being ironed out, it was discov-
ered Chumuckla Water, which
holds the franchise to furnish
water services to Jubilee, did
not have the resources to pro-
vide sewer.
Pace Water Systems does.
But Pace Water board mem-
bers \oted to only accept the
sewer contract on the develop-


ment if the utility could also
provide the water. Pace Water
officials noted sewer profits
were closely tied to water prof-
its.
When it looked like there
was no out, the City of Milton
stepped in and made an offer to
provide sew er service to Jubilee
and allow Chumuckla Water to
provide water.
Milton Mayor Guy
Thompson says the profit mar-
See JUBHIEE. Page 3A.


Industry Appreciation Week


kicks off Sept. 20 with awards


Students at Pea Ridge Elementary will be remembering September 11, 2001 as the entire school prepares
to sing Rise Up, America, and YellowRibbons Here, a group of students gather to practice in prepara-
tion for the actual event which is slated for Monday, September 11. The event is being overseen by Heidi
Graves, music and choral director at Pea Ridge Elementary.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


By PAMELA HOLT
Pcp_ Ga:et Sitalrueri......
"Industry-companies sell-
ing more than 50 percent of
their product outside of their
region.
"From Florida's perspective
it's 50 percent outside of the
state," says Cindy Anderson.
Executive Director of TEAM
Santa Rosa.
TEAM Santa Rosa is host-
ing Indus.tr Appreciation Week
Awards EBent at Santa Rosa
County Auditorium September
20, at 11:30 a.m. Anderson says
from the State of Florida's per-
spectiie. the entire week is
Industry Appreciation.
"We do a lunch and this is


CINDY ANDERSON
Ex. Director, TEAM Santa Rosa

our opportunity to highlight and
honor them and make people
more aware of why these com-
panies are special," says


Anderson %who notes three com-
panies are currently under con-
struction at the East Milton
Industrial Park: Boise Cascade,
Hackney and Hope Lumber.
Anderson says TEAM is
still trying to "come together
with a total and master financial
plan" with 160 acres at the
industrial park. Santa Rosa:
County purchased the acreage
and the City of Milton will pro-
vide sewer service. Anderson
is expecting occupancy of the
property within 24 months.
Goldring, a distributor of:
food products has, placed a
binder on property, contingent
on rail service, say s Anderson.
She's already working with
Sce INDUSTRY. Page 3A.


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using envi-

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Battlefield set for developer, Milton Cemetery Board


By PAMELA HOLT
Press Gazette Staff Writer
The battle lines are drawn
and war seems 'imminent.
The residents, along with
the Milton Benevolent
Cemetery Board, are ardent in
their opposition to Pinnacle
Development spokesperson
Lisa Stevens' proposal Tuesday
night at a Public Workshop on
the Planned Development
Project. Pinnacle has requested
Milton change the zoning of ten
acres behind Ken Kincaid's
office and across the street from


Milton Cemetery.
Lisa Stevens presented a
slide show presentation on the
benefits of affordable housing
developments previously, built
in Bay County, and other devel-
opments in the southern penin-
sulaof Florida.
Stevens also gave a
detailed report on the changes
to be made in compliance with
the Cemetery Board-no .pets
will be allowed in the develop-
ment. Pinnacle Engineer Paul
McCloud made design changes
to the. property to conform to
concerns the Cemetery Board


voiced last week.
Stevens says the parking lot
is now planned inside the devel-
opment along with clubhouse,
swimming pool, and volleyball
court. Hedges would be erected
as a buffer from the road, along
with fencing around the com-
plete development for further
buffering.
Stevens says, in compliance
with residents' concern about
future traffic, a turn lane will be
considered if analysis through a
third party engineer deems it
necessary.
"Vehicle traffic is currently


under utilized with 8,000 trips
happening during peak hours,"
says Stevens: She also states
specific traffic counts will be
taken again by Santa Rosa
County for further considera-
tion, then for further approval
by Florida Department of
Transportation.
If the turn lane is needed,
Pinnacle will "give up proper-


ty" for the turn lane. In traffic'
analysis, the total development
plan of 97 units is used instead
of the 61 units to be built during,'
"first phase."
According to Stevens, the:
development will support itself
with regular and annual mainte-
nance, although Pinnacle's
financing comes through 'pri-.
See BATTLE, Page 3A.


The Board will meet again Monday in an
attempt to settle the issue. It may or
may not opt for a recommendation.







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County Government


Question: How many people'does it take to dig a hole Answer: Fourteen-one to hold the shovel and thirteen to move the ground. Arm
Gazette readers have been questioning the reasons behind so many road employees seemingly leaning on shovels while one person does all
the work. This crew was photographed at the comer of Stewart St. and Hwy. 90 Wednesday evening, standing in the rain.
I_ _ Press Gazette photo by Lynne Hough


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Sewer plant coming to East Milton


By LYNNE HOUGH
Prcss GaCet:e Staff ftrifer
City of Milton officials are
. looking to the East.
A new sewer plant will be
built at the Santa Rosa
Industrial Park within one Near.
according to Milton Mayor Guy
Thompson.
While businesses and resi-
dential neighborhoods continue
to dominate nes construction in
Pace. portions of the county
remain relatively untouched-
East Million being one of those.
NMany believe infrastructure
to support new construction is
mandatory for the success of
planned groM th in Santa Rosa
.County.
So when Milion officials
say the, are looking to have a
ne%% sewer plant up and running
in East Mliton within a year. it
is a reflection of perceived
future grow th in that mostly-


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Pace Medical Park in Pace

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rural area of the counts.
"'Once we get it installed
oser there. you'll see East
Milton boom." says Ma.lor Guy
Thompson.
NMany believe East Milton
is lacking in commercial
endeavors. Those living east of
the Blackwater River lack a
major grocery retailer and must
travel to Milton or Pace to find
larger shopping facilities-
forcing residents to use more
gasoline and drise greater dis-
tances.
On the other hand. East
Milton does host an elementary
school, the Industrial Park. the
fair grounds, die Santa Rosa
Sheriff's Office, the State
Prison, the Fairpoint Water
System. East Milton Water
System. several small business-
es and residential areas
Numerous housing subdivi-
sions are already in the works
for East Milton, according to
Thompson. Development in the
Santa Rosa Industrial Park is
expanding, say TEAM Santa
Rosa officials \\ho note a binder
has been created for the future
use of 160 acres bN a food dis-
tribution company. dependant
upon sewer ser, ices.
In East Milton, the Mla.or
sass sesser service already
exists as far as the Interstate and
Hwy. 87 South."'
"\Ve are currently serving
the hotels around 1-10 and the
rest stop," he adds.'.


Increasing the sewer serv-
ice area seems like the next nat-
ural step, notes Thompson. And
he says it's not going to cost
existing East Milton customers
anN more on their bill.
A financial consultant, Ed
Gray. is going to create a plan
to ensure the expansion pays for
itself, according to Thonipson.
Baskerxille-Donovan, Inc. has
already created a Master Plan
for the area and the same plan
will be used as a basis for
Gray's /financial feasibility
report.
Ten acres at the Santa Rosa,
-Industrial Park have been put
aside b) county officials to
build the news sewer plant, he
adds.
"It's going to financiallN
stand on its ow'n." Thompson
say s. "
Stor' written by Lynne
Hough. Reach her at:
hough @ sr-pg.corn


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COUNTY COMMISSION
* District 1: Tom Stewart, Pace, FL 32571; Phone: 932-1340.
* District 2: Bob Cole. 8651 Riverstone Rd., Milton 32583:
phone 983-1877.
* Disrrict,3: Don Salter, 6000 Chumuckla H\iy., Pace, FL.
32571; phone 994-6426.
* District 4: Gordon Goodin; 6467 Avenida De Galves..
Navarre, 32566: phone 939-4949.
* District 5: John Broxson, 6495 Caroline St. Suite M, Miltonf
32570, phone 932-1340.
The Santa Rosa County Commission meets at 9:00 a.m. on,;
both the second and fourth Thursday of each month. The lead-
ers meet in committee at 9:00 a.m. on Monday's proceeding
the Thursday meetings. Meetings are held in commission'
chambers of the Administrative Complex on Highway 90.'
Phone 983-1877 for information or to reach commissioners in
their offices.


State Government

* Representative GregEvers: 5224 Willing St., Milton 32570)
983-5550 Email evers.greg@leg.state.fl.us
* Senator Durell Peaden Jr., 598 N. Ferdon Blvd, Suite 100,,
Crestview, 32536, 850-689-0556 - sun com-675-7930
* Governor Jeb Bush: PL05 The Capitol, 400 S. Monroe St.,
Tallahassee, FL 32399 (850) 488-4441. Email: fl_gover-,
nor@myflorida.com


Federal Government ,
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
* Rep. Jeff Miller: 324 Cannon House Office Building,
Washington. D.C. 20515: phone (local) 479-1183: .DC) (202);
225-4136; E-mail: \www.house.1o/ijeffiniller
SENATE
* Senator Mel Martinez: P.O. Box 536176 Orlando,FL 32853-.
6176 phone (407) 897-3130 fax (407) 897-8595
* Senator Bill Nelson: Room 57f, Hart Senate Office Building,
Washington. D.C., 20510: phone (202) 224-5274. ifa\i (202f.
224-8022.
WHITE HOUSE
* President George Bush: The White House. 1600(
Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C. 20500; phone ( 202) 456-
1414. Email at:president@'whitehouse.gov.
* Vice President Dick Chenev: Office of the Vice President.
White House. 1600 Pennsylhania Ave., Washington. D.C.
20500; phone 1202) 456-1414.


School Government

SCHOOL BOARD
* District 1: Kenneih Smith. 5700 Camelia St., Milton 32570.
623-4395.
* District 2: Hugh Winkles, 5684 Nicklaus Lane, Milton 32570,
623-6299
. District 3: Diane Coleman, 9400 Octavia Lane, Navarre
32566. 939-2661. . ,:,-;
* District 4: JoAnn J. Simpson. 5059 Faircloth Street., Pace
32571, 994-5446 " , ,
* District 5: Edward Gra III- 1 Gray Oaks Lane. Gulf Breeze.
FL 32561 850-932-6287
The Santa Rosa County School Board meets at 6:30 p.m. on
[the 2nd and 4th Thursday at 5086 Canal St.. Milton. Phone:
983-5000.


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Saturday September 9, 2006


The Santa Rosa Press Gazette





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Tattle
Continued From Page One. ".the developers are at risk for
vate equity provided by federal , penalties from the IRS, officials
tax credits.' The tax credits are"> say.
received through Florida - Stevens also states the
Housing Finance Corporation development will, never be sold.
ad the Internal Revenue Rents will range between
Service. If the development .$350 and $625 per month for a
does not see to maintenance, two-bedroom, two baths or


three bedrooms, two baths.
Rents do not include utilities
other than pest and trash pick--
up.
Renters' qualifications are
to include a job earning .a
monthly amount twice .that of
the rent. Renters' annual


Thom son says race was close
Om , . Pso- n. .. ,.,,s.. y, s


By PAMELA HOLT
Press Gazette Staff Writer
' "Grueling and expensive."
were the words Milton Mayor
Guy Thompson used to
describe his recent, successful
campaign against Tom Scott,
who ran a tight race against the
incumbent.
Scott had said he was con-
cerned about the people of
Milton, and said he "had a clear
picture of what the people in
Milton want." He was refer-
ring to the close race between
himself and Thompson. Scott
says he is glad everyone is
marching in the same direction,
although he understands there
will be more challenges in the
City.
Thompson perceives the
future as challenging, but he
reamins optimistic.
"We've prevailed, and we
hae a mandate. We're going to'
move forward," says
Thompson.
His history with the City of'


GUY THOMPSON
Milton Mayor


Milton goes back to ser\ ing on
the City Council from 1978
through 1994 when he ran for
Mayor. He's served concur-
rently in that capacity since
then.
Thoimpson says .although
the City Council doesn't always
agree. "we leave it behind and
we moNe forward." He notes
his Council doesn't always go


Pursuit ends in DUI arrest


By LYNNE HOUGH
Press Gazette Staff' Writer
I A man with five DUI
arrests. 13 drixers license sus-
Sinsions and two refusals to
Ssabmit to a blood alcohol
chemical test led Sheriff's
deputies on a chase Monday
nmght.
S Law enforcement officers
shy they observed Keith
P"ouglas Williams. 34. Milton,
driving erratically on Garcon
Point Rd.
* Officers say he was traxel-
ing south and was seen swerx -
ing into the northbound lane,
then into the southbound lane
once again, running off the side

Jubilee
SContinued From Page One.
gin on City sewer services is
adequate and would not require
higher fees for Jubilee cus-
tomers. In addition, the Milton
City Sewer Department was
charging $700 less for each
sew er tap fee than Pace Water.
Thompson ,says there
Would be no need for the Eagle
rboup to set aside land for a
sewer plant because no addi-
: onal plant would be necessary
to service the Pace subdivision.
�'Milton City Council mem-
l'ers have already voted to enter
into a partnership with
Chumuckla Water, but it's all on
hold because Pace Water
t'ystem holds the actual sewer
franchise.
' On August 16, attorneys for.
the Pace Water System, sent a
letter to Guy Balencie of the
bagle Group to address a list of
demands set forth by the Eagle
Group.
Included in those demands


of the road.
Williams turned east on
Hammock Trace with deputies
still in pursuit, reports say. He
finally stopped on Hammock
North and fled on foot.
Deputies say they apprehended
him after a physical struggle.
Investigation revealed
William's driving histor.. He
%was arrested, charged with t wo
felonies: resisting officer/flee-
ing to elude LEO %with
lights/siren active; batter- on
officer and three misde-
meaniors: DULi alcohol/drues:
refuse to submit to DUI test:
and resist officer, obstruction
% without violence.



were concerns over averaged
monthly billing: land w within the
development for wastewater
treatment; the providing of
services to Jubilee; ,.and
reclaimed 'water, infrastructure
and rates. .
Officials indicate the issue
is under currently under negoti-
ation.
Thompson says providing
* sewer to an area where water is
providing by another company
is not nexx t) the City.
He points out Milton is
already furnishing sewer serv-
ice to many areas of the county.
outside the City limits-in
water districts serviced by indi-'
vidual water companies. East
Milton Water, Bagdad, Whiting
Field, and Point Baker all work
in conjunction with the City of
Milton for sewer services;

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


along with his decisions, but he
and the Council "discuss it and
fuss about it, we leave it alone
and we go for it."
The Mayor also says
Milton is "miles ahead bf any"
other city of our size. We're.
proud of that." .
Buddy Jordan, incumbent,
and re-elected to City Couricil:
of Ward I says he "knew what,
he %was up against, and had to
run harder this time," facing his
opposition. Mac Thetford.
According to Pam Hadden. City
Administrative Assistant,
Jordan's current term began in
2002. but he's been coicuirrent-
since 1986.
h.. , ol@'sIr-p'l.comi


Industry
Continued From Page One. -
CSX.
Andrewsx Institute in Gulf
Breeze, which began as an
orthopedic clime, has received
funding, partially through the
state and privy ate donations, and
is becoimi a research and edu-
cation facility. "It's under con-
struction and has gone up fast.
A beautiful tacilit,." says
Anderson.
"We're also \working with
the Institute for Human and.
Machine Cognition. along \with
Andrews Institute to bring in
different types of companies to
focus on human performance."
says Anderson. "They build
machines to adapt to people.
They do a lot of research in
prosthetics. Together the two
companies are targeting other
industries to focus human per-
formance."
Story xa written by Pamela
Holt. Reach her at:
Shot @sr'-pg.com


income cannot exceed $35,000.
Property owners Blackie
Black, Lonnie Joiner, and
James Young worked the selling
of property through real estate
agent-Carla Cook.
.Property owner and con-
tractor Blackie Black, who is
holding a contract to sell prop-
erty to Pinnacle, says the selling
of the property is contingent on
approval by the Citr Council.
Although residents' com-
ments were clear, Stevens says
she will "go before City
Council whether or not the
planning board gives its
approval."
The residents' list of con-
cerns included increased traffic.
lack of maintenance on devel-
opment, increased crime, van-
dalism of cemetery property.
' and the potential of re-sale of
development.
Bill Bledsoe, Chairman of
Milton Benevolent Cemetery
Board. re-stated his opposition
of the development on Berrnhill
Street, sa~ ing the development
"is inappropriate for the neigh-
borhood in question."
Most residents agreed


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TRANSPORTATION PLANNING MEETING

(THE PUBLIC IS INVITED)

Florida-Alabama Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) Meeting
liedinesdia. September 13. 2006 - 1:30 p.m.
Saou Ro'a Cc'a,irv Adinisitui e C G 'ter Cormi'iisiin Board Room. 6495 Caolune Street IUS90)

The agenda will include the following items:

1., PUBLIC HEARING -.Adoption of FY2008 - FY2012 Project Priorities
S 2. Adoption of Title Il Complaint Procedures
3. adoptionn of 2006 Congestion Management Process (CMPl Plan.
4. Endorsement of the Transit Development Plan (TDP) Minor Update
5. Public Forum. This is an opportunity for the public to address the TPO regarding transportation
issues.

The roil,:.lnie TPO .Adison v Comnninei me C ti~i will be held on Monday, September 11, 2006 at the PJC
Doouniiiown Center uo Garden Slietl:
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"workforce housing" is needed:
for'Milton, but said the proper-
ty in question was not suitable.
*To record their opposition,
and in a show of force and
unity, more than a dozen resi-
dents stood, one by one, stating ,
their name and address, along
with their resistance to the.
development;
Stevens suggested traveling
to Panama City to see
Hammock Place, a develop-
ment built by Pinnacle in Lynn
Haven. She also stated the
"Mayor of Panama City" has
written a letter of recommenda-
tion to City of Milton, but at
press rime. no letter had sur-


faced.
Planning Board Member
Dean Williams moved the
,Board write a.letter to the City
Council listing concerns. The
motion failed for a lack. of a
second.;
In the end, the Board only
agreed to postpone any formal
action-giving members more
time to think and. perhaps, trav-
el to Panama City for a first-
hand look. at other similar
developments.
The next planning meeting
is set for Monday at 6 p.m.
Story written by Pamela
Holt. Reach her at:
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Pr-L.jl, - -4- -- ---- -. -


The election is


over, now we


must move on
Santa Rosa County voters, at least 25,492 of
the 97,406 of them, have spoken and the decisions
they made Tuesday tell us they are satisfied with
the incumbents who were seeking re-election, but
disapprove paying more in sales taxes to fix oiur
roads.
By a margin of 12.095 to.13,174 voters nar-
rowly rejected county commissioners' plans to add
a penny sales tax as part of a 10-sear road plan that
was specifically designed to address some serious
transportation issues.
The defeat now% means our elected coninis-
sioners must return to the table and find another
avenue of approach in dealing with issues that are
continuing to pose grow ing problems for area
motorists..
With that said. we are confident our political
leadership % ill step up to the bar and find accept-
able solutions to the problems and issues facing
our county both now as well as into the future.
The defeat of the pennN sales tax should not be
interpreted to mean the taxpayers of Santa Rosa
County are unwilling to consider alternate re%-
enue sources to deal with our road issues or total
lack of confidence in our political leadership.
Once again, the taxpayers w-ere simtpl not
convinced or comfortable w ith the manner in
which the plan w\as presented.
And. it may be many taxpa\ ers are of the opin-
ion county revenues, which are growing through
impact fees, higher property assessments and the
additional taxes being generated from Navarre
Beach leaseholders, are enough to fund the neces-
satr. road projects.
Regardless of all the reasons voters rejected
the tax. it is no\ up to our elected officials to
accept the decision that has been made and
, approach the problems in a different -a ay. And. we
believe, they x.ill respond in a manner that will be
acceptable to their constituents
. lMoving on to the other decisions voters made
Tuesday. it is only appropriate to congratulate the
winners in the various races that were up for elec-
t. ion.
In the School Board District 1.3 and 5. we con-
gratulate Diane Scott. Diane Coleman and Ed%%ard
(Ed) Gray. Ill.
: Milton Ma\or Gu Thompson once again
'gained the approval of the otherss in his city as did
SMilton City Council Member Budd\ Jordan.
Recognition also goes to " Count\
Commissioner Bob Cole after his ictor\ oei his
opposition
Re-election of the incumbents in these races
clearly\ shows toteis approve of their performance
and hate confidence in them to continue doing
%what the\ believe is a good job. .
While this primary election \\as a biiterswteet
ordeal for man\ voters. the fact remains the people
of Santa Rosa Count\ have spoken. And the out-
come means despite differences in opinion. w\e
must all no x work together foi the betterment of
all of Santa Rosa County.
It win't be eas\. but if e\er\one puts as much
effort into solving our problems as the\ did the
election...we should be tine.

SEPTEMBER 9. 2006


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EDITORIAL & OPINIONS


What is discrimination?


By WALTER WILLIAMS
Special to the Sania Rosa Press Ga:zeue
There's so much confusion and emotionalism
about discrimination that I thought I'd take a stab at a
dispassionate analy sis. Discruiination is simply the
act of choice. When %we choose .
Bordeaux w ine. ree discriminate
against Burgundy wIine. When I
married Mrs. \Williams, I dis-
criminated against other a omen.
EBen though I occasion dl think
about equal opportunity. Mrs.
Williams demands continued
discrimination.
You sai, "Willhams. such dis-
cnmination doesn't harm any- i
one. You're t wrong
Discriminating in favor of
Bordeaux xtine reduces the t alue W ALTER
of resources held in BurgundN WILLTAMS
production. Discriminating in
faxor of Nrs. Williams harmed other omen b1,
reducing their opportunity set, assuming I'mn a man
other e omen I would ma rr\.
Our lives are spent discrinmnating for or against
one thing or another. In other words, choice requires
discrimination. When %te modifN the term with race.
sex height. l \eight or age. eqe miereI specify\ the
choice criteria
Imagine ho\, sills. not to mention impossible. life
xould be if discrimination, Ngre outlawed. nmagine
engaging in just about anmy acti it'y here '%c couldn't
discruninate bM race, sex. height, xoeigth.ge, nan-
nerisms. college selection, looks or ability : it ieould
turn into a carnival.
Il'e sometimes asked students if the\ believe in
equal opportunitys in employ ment. IlnariablI. the\
answer \es. Then I ask them, %hen the\ graduate.
whether the\ plan to gixe ever\ employer an equal
opportunity* to, hire them. Most often the\ ansxxer no:
theN plari to discriminate against certain employers
Then I ask them, if they're not going to gite exer-
employer an equal opportunity' to hire them. x hat's
fair about requiring an employer to gixe them an equal
opportunity) to be hired ?


Only lost one vote

FM: W\;O. JONES '
Dear Editor:
Because I felt the Republicans had betrayed me
and my beliefs, I. pulled out of the otnng process the
day after the election in Notember of 19W4S.
I did so because I did not %want to find T had voted
for the inept liars and et il people, all of wx homn would
immediately violate their oath of office.
For this election ,onl. I decided to vote as I
thought Santa Rosa was at a crossroads. The good
news is that a few now in office were defeated and the


Sometimes students x ill argue that certain forms
of discrimination are OK but it's racial discrimination
that's trul\ offensive. That's when I confess m\ own
history of racial discrinunatiun. In the late 1950s.
w hilst selecting a lifelong mate. even though %white.
Mexican. Indian. Chinese and Japanese women might
hate been just as qualified as a mate. I gave them no
chance w hatsoever. It appears that most Americans
act identically by racially discrinunating in seating up
marriage contracts. According to the 1992 Census
Bureau, only 2.2 percent of Arericans are married to
people other than their o\w n race or ethnicity.
You saN. 'All right. Williams. discrimination in
minrnage doesn't hate the impact on society that other
forms of discrimination have." YouL're wrong again.
When there is assortixe inon-randomi mate selection.
it heightens whatever group differences exist in the
population. For instance, higher IQ indix iduals tend
toward mates with high IQs. High-income people
tend to mate with other high-income people.
It's the same \w ith education. To the extent there is
a racial correlation beit.een these characteristics.
racial discrimination in mate selection exaggerates
the differences in the society's intelligence and
income distribution. There would be greater equality
if there xwerei't this kind of discrimination in mate
selection.
In other words, if high-IQ people were forced to
select loxi-IQ mates. high-income people forced to
select low\-income mates, and highly educated people
forced to select lottly educated mates, theie would be
greater social equality . Whilethere .would be greater
social equality the divorce rate would' soar since
gross dissinilarin ies would make foi conflict
Common sense suggests that not all discrimina-
tion should be eliminated, so the question is. what
kind of discnmina.-tion should be permitted" I'm
guessing the answer depends on one's values for free-
dom of association, keeping in mind freedom of asso-
ciation implies freedom not to associate.
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nex tax xw as defeated so that those in would not hate
more of our mrione\ t., spend. "
The really w eird thing is that the voter- rejected
more mone\ for the inept to spend. but kept Bob Cole
in office to sped their imone. Strange. .
Ml\ fixe voters x\ere Oni state, tv.o school board.
thie nex tiax. all of which I won, and on the County
Commission, x which I lost.
I wonder how many Santa Rosa County voters,
voted for all or most of the people on the ballot w ith-
out ex en know ing an thing about them'?
Is that smart?.


-Y~ ~ pTo ~zA~e~~ ~ 9/51


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You Spoke Out ,

Santa Rosa...
Via email
Wh\ do \we need new taxes
%when \we just got all the tax
money from the south end of the
country and the growth is awe- "P
some here? I think xwe need to
have an audit to see \\ here money ',
is spent. We just do not need the ,r'
burden of more taxes. When our ,,
homes here are over $200.000. r
\ou cannot tell me that the taxes
off that and the extension for 10 '14
years of gas tax tt ill not improve el
our roads. We \oted. not four -,
sears ago. and road %work is going .g
on exern da\. I think our commis--.>
sioners do not know how" to use
money. I also feel for those folks
w\ho think property taxes \ ill not '4
be raised. They can never have
enough money. We need to audit
them with some outside unbiased"
group \hlinch does'not know our
commissioners or our adminis--'-
trator. Also we need to trim the
salaries of a lot of county
employ ees Not one of them
should make over $50.000. I'
mean all county offices and'"
Hunter Walker and the attorney.' '
We can tighten up if \we want to.'i
Hom can the commission ask for'i
this raise when. as part time'8'
workers, they make more than the -'
'"aerage personh? I 'oted ii 'a.d
against an\ incumbent.

\Vednesday. 8:00 p.m. -'
This is L C. I just wanted to
-sa\ I think Animal Services is
doing a great job. There xweb page-'
is e\tremelv well done. I also like'-
the Press Ga:tne' Adopt-a-Pet'
page. That was a wonderfull idea'"
and I hope more people con-
tribute to it.

Wednesday. 7:33 p.m.
MNl name is Daid. The story'
about the one-cent sales tax said'r
miles of pot holes inav stay as'
there are.' I think the one-cent',
sales tax was only for new roads
Said not for maintenance.

Wednesday, 6:23 p.m.
This is.Dwayne. Why wasn't
exer.one that lies around Air
Products included in the law suit'l

Wednesday. 5:20 p.m
My name is Pat. I would like
to know why the increase in home
ownership can't pay for road
improvements?. Why did they
need another tax?
Editor's Note: Even with all
the income each year, the county
says it is several hundred million
short of what's needed for road
system improvements.


You may Speak Out any,
time, day or night. Just call ouil
Speak Out line at 623-5887w
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Local


State officials say 'turkey bird flu' story is only hoax


By BILL GAMBLING
Preos Gazene Sports Editor'
Turkey hunters beware:
someone might be pulling your
leg. - ..
State officials fear some
hunters could fall prey to a hoax
circulating around the state.
The hoax is in the form of an
official-looking notice


Announcing the cancellation of
Florida's 2006 turkey hunting
season due to avian influenza
(bird flu) : : :
According to the bogus
notice, which was received by
Florida Wildlife Veterinarian
Mark Cunningham, several,
cases of bird flu were discov-
ered in Northwest Florida's
%wild turkey population and


Gulf Power spokesmen

warn of possible scam


By LYNNE HOUGH
Press Gazente Staff Writer


Gulf Power officials are
warning residents to be wary of
anyone calling to obtain credit
card numbers.' .
In neighboring Okaloosa
County, a scam artist identified
himself as a Gulf Power
employee. The scammer stated
there was a problem with the
customer's electric bill being
past due and threatened to cut
off electricity if a credit card
number was not provided right
away for payment.
Gulf Power officials stress
their employees "never" call a
customer at home to obtain per-
sonal information. And compa-
ny representatives do not
appear at a home to collect
money.
.' In addition, Gulf Power
employees carry identification
badges with a photo included.


During September, selected
Gulf Power customers will be
"'asked to allow an energy audit
of their homes to help deter-
mine future energy needs."
The Florida Public Service
Commission requires the
audits. All Gulf Power contrac-
tors who service the audits will
have proper identification from
Gulf Power.
Customers are selected ran-
domly and will be contacted via
phone by Gulf Power to ask if
they are willing to participate.
Law enforcement is part-
nering with Gulf Power to iden-
tify those perpetrating scams
against customers of the elec-
tric company. Anyone with
information should call area
law enforcement agencies and
Gulf Power at 1 -800-225-5797.
Story wrinen by' Lnne
Hough. Reach her at:
hough @" sr-pg.corn


Cops nab man for cutting monitor


By LYNNE HOUGH
Press Gazette Staff Writer
Sunday night, Santa Rosa
County deputies arrested a man
immediately after he cut his
GPS ankle monitor off with a
knife. Authorities say he fled
into the woods behind his house
in the 6400 block of Stanley
Circle, Milton.
Deputies were summoned
%when a tamper alarm alerted
Sheriff's officials to the prob-
lem.
Danny Ray Ammons. 36.
Milton, was injured when he
fought patrol deputies after
being captured, according to
officials. He struck his head on
the door of a patrol car and
received medical attention
before being transported to the
county jail.
He was charged with 'two
counts: first degree misde-
meanor on conditional release
violation and pre-trial release
violation.
In an unrelated but similar
case, Bobby Dale Shiavo. 25, is
still at large after cutting his
GPS ankle monitoring device


off in Mary Ester two weeks
ago. He is being sought on a
warrant issued in Santa Rosa
County.
Sheriff's officials say
Schiavo was restricted on the
GPS monitoring from entering
specific exclusionary zones. He
did not enter those zones and
the monitor did not send an
alert. He %was able to cross the
count- line to flee, possiblN
with a teenage girl-the jute-
nile from the original case
against him.
He was arrested in March.
2006 for felony interference
with child custody, according to
Sheriff's officials.


Ava Snellgrove
983-5650
Milton/Pace


prompted ,-the state- to cancel
this turkey season-and possi-
bly subsequent years through
2009.
But it's not true.
"We have some concerns
about this hoax because the per-
son or persons who did this
went to great lengths to make it
look as official as possible,"
according to Henry Cabbage
with the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC). "This fax
has the state seal, the FWC
logo, and the logo of the
National Wild Turkey
Federation.
"The letter also bore the
signatures of Florida Wildlife
Veterinarian Mark Cunningham'
and Wild Turkey Federation
President Jere I eak."
According to the bogus
memo. the cancellation of the
season was necessary to prevent
the disease from spreading
through other wild bird popula-
tions.
"When' we looked at the fax
it also included pheasants." said
Cabbage. "So we knew this was
a hoax because there are no
pheasants here."
The FWC says they and
other agencies are monitoring
the bird population for signs of
the disease. To date none have
been discovered.
"We knov\ of a few cases
up north of the low pathogen,"
said Cabbage. "But they are not
a threat like the cases of this
pathogen that have occurred in
Asia or Europe."
As part of the FWC's a\ ian
influenza surveillance, scien-
tists investigate reports of bird
deaths and ask anyone who
finds dead birds to note the
details online at
wwwv.M FWC.com. bird or to
contact the local FWC office.
Officials say Florida turkey
season may have become a tar-
get because of the Osceola sub-
species.
"Most turkey hunters try to
bag a turkey of each specie."
according to Cabbage. "And the
only way they can bag this kind
of Turkey is by coming to
Florida."
Florida's fall turkey hunting
season is Nov. 23 through 26,
and Dec. 9 through Jan. 14.
locally. The spring hunting sea-


Lauren Kirchgessner
934-4095
Gulf Breeze/Navarre


son is March 17, through April
22.
Hunters also may take
turkeys during archery, cross-
bow, and muzzle loading gun
seasons -before the fall season
begins.
However, the fall and
spring seasons require a permit.
"So far we have not noticed
any kind of decline." said
Cabbage. "Across the nation
there has been a general decline
in hunting permits issued.
"'But nothing has been
noticed in conjunction with this
hoax."
FWC officials say they are
not looking at any investigation
into the matter at this time and
according to Jonathan Harling.
public relations with the
National Wild Turkey
Federation.
On Sept. 18 daily dove
hunting permits will go on sale
at 9 a.m. for special-opportuni-
ty do\e fields throughout the
state.
Worksheets for this special
hunt are available at the FWC
regional offices as %well as
www. x. F \VC.com h u uting
under "Limited Entry Hunts.'
These applications may be


submitted at
wN\\x\.m\FWC.com. by calling
1-888-486-8356. from the
county tax collector's offices, or
licensed agents.
The permit costs $35 and is.
good for one adult and one
youth under the age of'16 to
hunt together, but allows one
daily bag numt between the two.
Fifteen permits are avail-
able for Schneider Farms in
Escambia County.
Sportsmen also will have
the option to purchase a $10
youth permit to enable the
under 16 hunter, while under
supervision of the adult permit
holder, to hunt for their own
daily bag limit of birds.
Beginning Oct. 5. current
information w ill be available on
field conditions and bird num-
bers by visitingg the Dove
Hunter's Hotline.
The FWC has announced
hunting season dates for dove.
snipe. woodcock. crow.' early
duck, goose, rail and common
moorhen.
Dates and regulations for
these hunts can be found at
-~.v).MIF\WC.com hunting.
In addition to a hunting
license, a migratory bird permit


is also required when taking
migratory game birds in
Florida.
To receive a no-cost permit,
hunters must answer a few
questions regarding last season,
\hen purchasing their hunting
license.


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that is having trouble with the
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Obituaries


NMcCaskill,
SMelba Ruth
1920-2006
Melba Ruth McCaskill, age
'86,.. of Chumuckla. passed
t away Friday, September 01,
�- 2006. Mrs. McCaskill was a,
native of Geneva, AL. She %was
. born June 18, 1920 to the Hugh
Shealy and Alberta'Owen. She
was a graduate of Tro,
University. She later moved to
Chumuckla to teach school,
Where she met and married her'
husband. J.D. McCaskill. She
went on to teach for the Santa
Rosa County School System
for 35 years. Mrs. McCaskill
" was a longtime. faithful mem-
h. ber of the Elizabeth Chapel
Methodist Church. She was
preceded in death by her hus-
band J.D. McCaskill.
SMrs. McCaskill is surxi'ed
by her three daughters. Marian
(Rick I Hunsucker, of Pace. Jill
(Thomasi LeDew, of Pace and
Jane Wilson of Pace: six grand-
' children, Chad (Kristin)
Hunsucker, Am.' (And.) Bell.
Jeannie Leigh LeDew. Suzanne
Michelle LeDew. J.D. Wu, and
Jacob Wu: tvo great-grand-
children. Bree and Drew Bell;
and her sister Madie Cortese.
' of Tampa. FL.
Funeral senrices for Mrs.
McCaskill were 3:00 p.m..
Sunday, September 3. 2006. at.
Elizabeth Chapel Methodist
Church, with Re\. Gan Jones
and Rev. J. W. "Wood'y"
Hunsucker ofTciating. Burial
. followed in Elizabeth Chapel
-2- Cemetery with Lew is Funeral
V Home directing.
. Pallbearers were Chad
Hunsucker. J.D. Vu. Jacob
, Wu. And) Bell. Steve
SBozeman. and Tommy




Quilting Guild
: to hold meeting
Piecemakers Quilting Guild
^'of Milton %will meet Monday.
S September 11 at 9:00 a.m. at
Sthe Milton Library. For more
information please call Ren
Batchelor at 994-1237.


- Relaying in
' Perfect Harmony
"Relatin in Perfect
SHarmony... SongFor a Cure"
, is the event theme for the
. upcoming 2007 American
Cancer SocietW's Rela% For
- Life. This years goals include:
, .'5 teams, helping to raise
$232,000, and Tghting cancer
by raising awareness and sup-
port for research, education.
advocacy and patient ser ices
in Our community.
- .: Milton currently has 36 reg-
istered teams for the April 27
- and 28 event.
Teams consist of 10-15
' members and can be formed by
, government or military orgaiu-
^ nations. businesses, friends,
.health care organizations.
' churches or civic groups.
' Farrdlies. childreri. young teens
and older adults are coming
' together to form teams for this
Annual fundraiser.
Come join the fun while
fighting the battle for those
'who can't Tght alone.
S For more information on
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Bozeman.
Honorary Pallbearers were
Colbert Campbell, Robert
Conway, George Henry Bray,
Marion Tidw e.ll. Tubby
Jernigan. Chuck Thames. Jack
Caraway. Claude DeVane. Ted
Waters. Terr' Neustaedter, and
Rev. LaDon Hall.
The family requests contri-
butions be made to the;
Elizabeth Chapel ,
Methodist Church Building
Fund, 8000 Chumuckla
Highwvay. Pace. FL 32571
Lewis Funeral Home in
Milton is in charge of arrange-,
ments.

Landry, Waltraud C.
"Traudel"
1924-2006
Waltraud C. "Traudel"
Landry. 82. of Milton. passed
away Saturday. September 2.
2006. She was born in Breman,
Germans on April 18, 1924.
Traudel moved to Milton'about
1978 from Cape Cod, MA. She
was a member of the German
Club.
Traudel is survived b\ her
niece-Heidrun Thorns and her
husband Gert of Prem.
Germany. great nephew -
Patrick Thoms of Brehm,
Germans,. Sister-in-laws-
Theresa Gaudet and Jeannette
Sullivan. both of
Nlassachusetts, and two surro-
gate children-Gundrun
Kunemann and Sohni Geller.
Visitation will be from
'12:00 p.m. until service time at
1:00 p.m. Saturday. September
9. 2006 at Donnie Sow ell
Funeral Home with Interment
to follow in Memory Park.
Donations may be made to:


National Kidney Foundation
of Florida,' 1040 Woodcock
Road, Suite 119, Orlando, FL
32803 ,
American. Cancer Society,
Escambia/Gulf Breeze and
'Santa Rosa Units, 701 E.
Cervantes, Pensacola, FL
.32501-3209
Heart Disease Research
Foundation National Office,
50 Court .Street-306A,
Brpoklyn, New York 11202-
4801 :
Donnie Sowell Funeral
'Home is in charge of arrange-
ments. ,

Dobbs, Mattie Sue
Nlattie Sue Dobbs. 80, of
Bagdad, died W\Vednesday,
August 30. 2006. in a local
hospital. She was born in
Vredenburgh, Alabama. on
June 16, 1926. and had resided
most of her life in the Bagdad
area. She was a member of the
Port St. Joe Baptist Church.
She worked for many years at
J. and D. Cleaners in Milton.
"If there "ere a Hall of
Fame for silent, unsung heroes.
Mattie Sue Dobbs" name would
be at the top of the list. She
lived a %ery successful and
meaningful life. because she
accomplished daily. the things
that brought her satisfaction.
Hers %\as a seltess and giving
life. She didn't give 10% of
herself and even thing she pos-
sessed. she ga'e 100% . I'm
sure that if she had any regrets.
it %\as that she didn't hale
more to gi\e."
Mattie Sue was preceded in
death by her parents. Joseph
New ton Dobbs and 'Elfe Orene
Lat son Dobbs.
She is survived b\ one sis-


ter-Rose Gunther of Bagdad,
a sister-in-law -Betty Dobbs
of Bagdad, and a -host of
nieces, nephews, and other rel-
atives and friends..
Graveside funeral services
for Ms. Dobbs will be held at
S11 am on Saturday. September
9. 2006 at the Bagdad
Cemetery with Re\. Brian Nall,
otTciating and Lew is Funeral
Home directing.
The family will receive
friends from 9:30 am to 11:30
am on Saturday. (prior to serx-
ices) at the Lewis Funeral
Home in Milton.

Michael
Anthony Locke
1960-2006
Michael Anthony Locke,
age 46 of Milton passed .aw a
Monday September 4, 2006
after a courageous battle with
cancer at a local hospice facili-
t). Michael was retired from
the U. S. Navy.
He is survived by: Two
sons: Joseph Ed\ward Locke
(Cortney and Bayse Anthony
Locke both of Pensacola.
Grandchild: Tyler Joseph
Locke of Pensacola. His moth-
er: Bonnie Carroll (Lonniei of
Milton, Brother: Jeff Bost" ick
of Milton. Best friend and
motorcycle buddy: Te.rry
Hamilton of Milton.
Funeral services %ill be at
2:00 PM Wednesday.
September 6. 2006 in the
Le\wis Funeral Home Chapel
uith Hospice Chaplain Mike
Stokes otTciating. Burial %\ith
full military honors \ill be in
Serenity Gardens with Lew is
Funeral Home directing. The
family will receive friends One
Hour prior to ser ices.


Comnt


ho\\ to form a team. contact
Kim Curtis at 393-6922 or
Leann McCombs at 293-1299.
WVe are a community dedicated
in the Tght.

City Planning
Board to meet
The City of Milton Planning
Board Meeting is scheduled to
meet in reconvened session on
MNonday. September 11. 2006.
at 6:00 p.m.. in the Council
Chambers at City Hall, 6738
Dixon Street. Milton. Florida.
All meetings are open to the
public. If you would like addi-
tional information regarding
the meeting, contact the City of
Milton Planning &
Development Department at
(850) 983-5440

Senior Ads and
Yearbooks on Sale
Senior Ads inm the yearbook:
are on sale now until December
15th. A full-page ad \\ill cost
$200, a half page is $140. and a
quarter page is' $75. Please
bring your photos into the year-
book room (N-42) in a labeled
envelope or bag. Please include
any instructions for designing
your page as well as contact
information in the event that we
have any questions. If you have
any concerns please call the
Yearbook Staff at 983-5600
Ext. 158 only between 9:30-


1:00. Please send us your pic-
tures and money as soon as pos-
sible. space in the yearbook is
limited' this Near and we would
like everyone who wants to
purchase a senior ad to have the
opportunity.
Yearbooks are on sale. A
non-refundable $20 deposit can
be made to reserve a yearbook
From now until November 1st
yearbooks will be $60, after
November 1st the price will
increase to $65. February 1st
the price will increase again to
$70. The $20 down pay ment
" ill no longer be accepted after
February 1st. you must pay in
full. You may pay for your year-
book in room N-42 or in the
lunchroom.

St. Ann RCIA begins
The Rite of Christian
Initiation iRCIA) process
begins this evening for young
people and on Wednesday
September 13 for adults.
For more information on
RCIA for )outh, whether
inquiring into the Catholic
Faith or to becoming a sponsor.
contact Darlene Gode'rski at
-934-8934 For more info RCIA
for adults, contact Bev Ishol at
934-2845. , .
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Pin - Th-SlntToday in Jay..... .. Pr .e.. . S
Today in Jay


V/101 East Garden Street * Pensacola ,Florida 32501
432-1411 * 1-800-332-1411
Santa Rosa farmers will find a lot of interest in this week's
active grain and cotton markets, Below are comments on the
future's markets and the closing week's prices:
Gold futures fall as U.S. dollar strengthens
Gold futures rallied Tuesday on momentum built up o'er
the extended weekend. December gold traded at $648.50 an
ounce. its highest range in three weeks. Traders cited heavy
fund buying. plus fresh buying ahead of Indian %wedding sea-
son. whichh starts in October. In addition, silver futures surged
and crude oil prices rose, fueling gold's advances. Reports also
showed that gold production was weaker in key countries, like
South Africa and Australia. The possibility of tightened supply
conditions as Indian buying season approaches topped off the
bullish trend, yet proft-taking overtook Wednesday's trade and
forced prices to end mixed. Thursday. gold futures fell on dol-
lar strength. Typically, gold prices act inversely to the dollar, as
advances in the U.S. currency tend to erode appeal of the pre-
cious metal as a safe, alternative investment. This move
reversed the annual trend, as, fold prices have soared 23% and
the dollar has fallen 7%, against the euro this year. With physi-
cal demand expected to rise and supply situations tight, a
potential interest rate hike that lays on the horizon might sup-
press gold short term but give way to elevated price levels in
the coming months.
At the end of.peak sunmier driving season and following a
rather uneventful - in .terms of geopolitical strife - holiday-
weekend, crude oil futures dropped Tuesday to the lowest close
in three months. Potential risks to crude oil supplies in the
Middle East have dissipated, while U.S. stockpiles remain:
healthy amid declining demand. Pressure on crude oil 'prices
also'stemmed from this Near's mild hurricane season, which-
has yet to pose any real threat to oil production in the Gulf
Coast. Although Iran has dismissed the U.N.'s latest, proposal,
thereby increasing its chances for sanctions and undermining
its use of oil as a bargaining tool, traders are fairly certain that
the confrontation will go on for w6eks without severely
impacting oil activity in the region. On Thursday, with the
bearish them in tact, crude oil futures dropped to a 5-month loa
after, a government report showed oil inventories were 6%
higher than a year ago, mostly due to lack of hurricane damage.
In other news, OPEC, meets next week and is tipped to keep its
production quota steady at 28 million barrels a day. This sends.
a clear message that global supplies are stable and has some
traders eyeing the $65 a barrel-level near term.
There was some seesaw trading in corn futures this. week.
Corn futures started Tuesday in positive territory, with
December corn hitting its highest level in over a week. But the
bulls could not maintain the momentum and Tnislied on a
weaker note. Traders cited slowed buying interest during the
day and, proTt taking as the downward catalysts. The market
continued to sell off on Wednesday and Thursday, moving to its
lowest levels since February. However, the market turned north
midday on Thursday, as active call buying in the option pit
helped corn prices rebound. Traders are looking ahead to next
Tuesday's USDA crop report for price direction. Private fore-
casts are calling for between 10.8 and 11.2 billion bushels for
the 2006-07 crop production, compared to the August crop
report estimate of 10.976.


Sep Beans
Nov Beans
Dec Corn


538.5
550
245.75


Sep Can Dollar 0.9013
Sep Aust. Dollar 0.7586
Sep Tbond 110.03125


Sep OJ
Sep Lumber
Sep Cocoa


Dec Wheat 420.25 Oct Hogs 67.075 Sep Coffee


Sep Euro 1.2742 Feb Pork Belly 91.3


Sep British Pound 1.8756


Oct Cattle


Sep Yen 0.8604 Oct Gold


Sep Swiss Franc 0.8055
Sep U.S. Dollar 85.48


Sep Silver


Oct Sugar


184
277.9
1425
103.5
11.62


93.75 Oct Crude Oil 67.32
619.7 Oct Heat Oil 1.8876
12.563 Oct Unleaded 1.6417


Sep Copper 3.6655


Oct Nat. Gas 5.718


Peanut Festival and much more

17 Jay area has full schedule with meetings and activities


KITCHEN CORNER

Beef Roll Dinner
4 medium minute steaks
salt and pepper
2 cups bread stufTng
1- 8 oz. can tomato sauce
1-teaspoon sugar
4 small white onions, peeled
1 pkg. frozen beans, thawed (1/2 lb. fresh)

Sprinkle salt and pepper lightly over steaks. Cover ith
Bread Stuffhg. Roll and fasten with toothpicks. Brown in
hot fat. Add tomato sauce, sugar, and onions. Cover. Simmer
in skillet until tender for 30 to 45 minutes. Add green beans
during last 10 to 15 minutes of cooking. Serves 4. If you
want beans softer, add them the last 20 minutes.

Bread Stuffing
? cup minced onion
? cup butter or margarine
4 cups very dry breadcrumbs
? cup chopped celery
1-teaspoon salt
? teaspoon pepper ,
sage or poultry seasoning to taste .
1 teaspoon crumbled herbs to taste: thyme.,
marjoram, rosemary
hot water or beef stock

Cook onion in butter until soft and yellow; stir in some
of the crumbs and heat until light brown. Mix lightly into
remaining crumbs and seasorungs. For dry stufTng, add li'
tie or no liquid. For moist srutTng, add just enough liquid to
moisten. Makes 4 1/2 cups..


and. Contest on Sunday,
October 8 at 2:00 p.m. you will
need to get that costume ready
Your pet can win a cash prize.
There is no entrance fee for this
contest or any of the children's
contests.
Trends
We all know" bN now that
black and wlhite'are very popu-
lar .in the fashion world of,
clothing, but did you know% that
it is the latest trend in the home
fashion world?
If you want to paint a wall
black or white. it should
depend on the size of your
room. If \our room is small.
paint it white and trim it in
black. If \our room is large,


paint it black and trim it in
white.
Pillows and other decorat-
ing items can be done the same
way depending how large or
small the items need to look.
Black furniture and whiue
furniture are all a new trend, as
is black %with white details or,
white with black details.
Chamber will meet
The Jay Area Chamber of
Commerce %%ill meet Monda,.
September 11. 2006 at 12:00
noon at the Jay Communmy
Center. Lunch % ill be served.
The usual monthly meet-
ings are on the Trst Monday of
each month, but due to the long
Labor Day weekend, the meet-


.ing was changed this month to
the second Monday.
Legion Meetings
The American 'Legion
Edeker-Dubose Post 121 and
the Auxiliary Unite 121 .will
hold their meetings Monday,
September 11, 2006 at 7:00
p.m. Meetings are usually held
the Trst Monday of the month.
but due to the long Labor Day
weekend. the meetings %%ill be
held the second Monday.
Meetings will be at the Legion
Post located on Highway 4
West
The Executive Board will
meet Monday. September 11.
2006 at 6:30 p.m. at the Legion
Post.


Est Mito Nw


Tutoring

Parents and students were
recently given the opportunity
to visit with several different
tutoring service providers at a
special event held at East
Milton ES. Representatives
from the groups showcased
themselves in a format \ery
similar to a job fair. Each tutor-
ing provider talked w ith parents
and students, answering the
many questions about their par-
ticular sern ices.
The purpose of the entire
program is to offer tutoring to
those students "ho need some
one on one help with reading
and math. to boost their grades
but more important. to boost
their self conTdence. MNany stu-
dents maN need someone
besides a parent or their class-
room teacher to help provide a
key or spark that Tnall opens
the door to understanding or
'getting it' when solving a prob-
l e rn - - ' , ' : *, '.. '"
All of rthe tutoring service
companies are approved by the,
state and our school district.
Funding s paid for by, state
funds, administered under Title
1 regulations. Parents and stu-
dents do not pay out of pocket


'provider fair' held at EMES


expenses for these services.
Most of the companies pro% ide
in the home tutoring for 15-16
N'eeks, meeting twice a week
with each student. Tutors are
certified teachers with a
Bachelor's degree or higher
certification. Evaluation tests
are given to each student before


the\ start their tutonng pro-
gram. and another test is taken
at the end of their total sessions
Tutors \tork with the regular"
classroom teachers w ith
updates and reports of progress.
The Provider Fair "\as the
'perfect setting for teachers.
parefits and students to learn


about the programs offered.
Mrs. Tammn Dillard. a fifth
grade teacher at EMES is the
co-coordinator for the program
at the school. Mrs. Carol
Caffey is Norking with the pro-
gram iN thin the county and can
answer questions about the
program.


Volunteer Orientation held at EMES


Several parents and grand-
parents attended the recent
seminar held for those interest-
ed in volunteering their time at
EMES. Mrs. Tori Adams is the
Volunteer Coordinator for the
school, and is a volunteer
mother 'who dedicates several
hours a week to helping at the
school. As the person "who
helps get the right volunteer
adult into the right spot at the
right time, Adams works very
closely\ with Assistant Principal
Jerilynn Hughes and the class-
room teachers.
Everyone who does volun-
teer work at a school must fol-
low a very strict guideline that
has been established by the
School Board. A handbook is
given to every volunteer listing
dress code, behavior, and what
is expected of each person


while they are on school prop-
erty. Adams reviewed these
rules for the volunteers, making
sure e\erNone kno"s why they
are in place. Any one olunteer-
ing can gi\e as much time as
their. schedule allows to a proj-
ect. Background checks are
mandatorN. and are rex ie"ed by
School Resource OfTcer. Mike
Donlan.
For- those interested in
becoming a volunteer, don't
hesitate to offer even one hour
or two hours a day at a time.
Adams also stressed the impor-
tance of making sure that
everyone signs in and out of the
school each time they come to
help. For safety reasons, every-
one entering our county schools
must sign in, ior log onto the
computer system that prints a
temporary name tag. The log-
ging in of hours is also a task


that Adams Ties each week for
counts and State records.
Funding for each school is pro-
'ided by the number of hours
per student population. With the
current number of students' at
769, EMES needs 1,538 hours
of volunteer time this year to
qualify. for Title I funds. -
The one topic that may be
overlooked is the pay for each
volunteerr at any of our county
schools. There is NONE in the
.way of monetary gains. But for
those who volunteer and the
teachers and students w'ho ben-
eTt from their many hours of
time and talent, the rewards are
fantastic. If you have some
extra time, and want to become
a volunteer at EMES contact
the school 'at 983-5620. The
many volunteers at our schools
are much appreciated by every-
one.


The Pace Area Chamber of Commerce, Inc. : l
will hold its first Annual Bratwurst Festival | |
November 4th. The event will be held at the
Pace Nature Preserve off Woodbine Road. C-
The location is a lovely hillside landscape
overlooking a beautiful lake. There will be
great food, musical entertainment and a 994 9633


large variety of vendors. we invite all arts,
crafts and other type vendors to contact the
Chamber office today to reserve your space.


We expect a very
large crowd, so call today while
spaces are still available.

Food and drinks will be restricted
to the Chamber Booths


for more


information


Tori Adams is EMES' Volunteer
Coordinator.


ace Area Chamber of Commerc
Presents: '
-j ' -'A
First Anritail Brat Festival

, Featuring:
SBratwurst
Iand
Root Beer

com oiut and have a fun n",
vY withvo.ur Famiv.

if you have any questions.ple
'Contact The Pace CIamber


850-994-9633P.


Peanut Festival
The 17th Annual Peanut
Festival is a little less than a
month away. It will be held on
Saturday, -October 7 and
Sunday. October 8 on the
Gabbert Farm. located about 4 ?
miles South of Jay. Florida off
Highway 89 at 3604 Pine Level
Church Road. The admission is
free as is the parking.
If \ou want to have a space
in the festival, or participate in
some other ways. please call
Brenda Gabbert at 850-675-
6823. We allow arts. crafts.
antiques, new items, business
display s and other display s.
If you wNant your pet or pets
to be in the Pet Dress-up Parade


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AFRICAN METHODISTi
EPISCOPAL ZION
Isaiah Chapel AME Zion Ch
5038 Dr. Martin Luther King
Driye, Milton


AFRICAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
Greater Bethlehem AME
(5299 Richburg St., Milton

ANGLICAN -
: Trinity by the Fields
.4980 West Spencerfield Roa
.:: . [Pace , - ..

APOSTOLIC
First Apostolic Church
5574 E. Highway 90, lilior
S Pace Apostolic Church
:4763 Old Guernsey Road. P

ASSEMBLIES OF GOD
Bagdad 1st Assembly of Go
451 3 Fors.th Street. Bagdac
East Milion Assenmby of Go
. .5174 Ward Basin Road. Mil
tEbenezer Assembly of God
" .Ebenezer Church Road, Jay
Faith Chapel Assembl) of G
205 South Airport Road. Mi
First Assembly of God
6163 Dogwood Drive. Mili
Glad Tidings Assemby of G
SE. Highway 90, Pace
'Jay First Assembly of God
400 S. Alabama Street. Jay
S McLellan Assembly of God
* 6050 Three Notch Trail. Mi]
. New Hope Assembly of God
9550 Chumuckla Hw). Pace
Pace Assembly of God
r3948 Hw,, 00. Pace
'; True Grace Fello' ship Asse
of God
5178 Willard Norris Rd.. M
.'Welcome Assembl, of God
8.. 581 Welcome Church Road
SMilton

BA4PTIST - ABA
' -Berryhill Road Baptist-ABA
i3095 Berrhill Road. Miltoi
i'Bethel Missionar) Baptist -A
;'6178 Old Bagdad Hwy., Mi
j'.Fellowship Baptist Church A
' . 5223 H\.90. Pace
*First MNissiorary Baptist -A
3949 Pace Road. Pace
S Galilee Missionanr Baptist-
H .H%,N 90. West Milton

B*APLSIT
- " Avalon BapuLst
'4316 A'alon BlId.. Milton
-'East Side Baptist
4884 Ward Basin Road, Mi
Faith Baptist
6423 Hamillon Bridge Rd.N
First Baptist of Harold
10585 Goodrange Dn\e. N
: 'Libert) Baptist Church
',6763 Margaret Street
-NMilton. FL 32570
,Mount Pilgrim Baptist
;5103 Dr. Martin Luther Kin
"Street. Milton
St. John Di me Missionary
i Baptist *
-5363 St Johns Street, Milto

BAPTIST - INDEPENDE
Bible Baptist Church of Pai
..4001 Vern Street. Pace
SBible Way Baptist Church
�5976 Dogwood Drive Milt(
* Bro% nsdale Baptist Church
I.Chumuckla Hw). Jay
cJoy Bible Baptist


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8613 Hwy. 90, Milton
Pleasant Hill Missionary Baptist
lurch 5550 Econfina Street. Milton
g, Jr. Solid Rock Baptist
6760-East Gate Road, Milton
Trinity Baptist
- 5301 Highta) 90, Pace
Victory Baptist
. 4000 Avalon Blvd., Milton
West Florida Baptist
5621 Hwy 90, Milton .
.* Fil Am Baptist Church
.5240 Dog% ood Drive, Milton
id.
BAPTIST -SOUTHERN
A'alon Baputist.
, ' 4316A.alonBlhd Milton
Berr dale Baptist Church
n. 6730 Hw- 4. Jay ,
Billorv Ist Baptist of Holley-
ace , Na'arre - '
Highway 87 North Holley
Blackwater Baptist
d 11689 Munson H'uy., Milton
j Calvdn Baptist
d H H'\. 89, Allentown
ton Cora Baptist
12953 Hwy 197. Jay
East Side Baptist
3od 4884 Ward Basin Road. Milton
lton Ferris Hill Baptist
6848 Chaffin Street. Million
on First Bagdad Baptist
od 4529 Forsyth St.. Bagdad
First Baptist of Garcon Point
1780 Garcon Point Rd., Milion
First Baptist of Milton
6797 Caroline St.. Milton
lton Florida Baptist Conrention
Id 3418 Ashmore Lane. Pace
* Floridatlo' n Baptist
3851 Diamond Street .Pace
Harmony Ridge Baptist
*mblN 5536 Hw). 90 W. Pace
Hickor. Hammock Baptist
ilion Hickory Hammock Rd. E.Milto
Immanual Baptist
d. 4187 H%\.90. Pace
James Street Baptist
6658 James Street. ithlon
Jay First Baptist
N 214 S. Alabama Street. Jay
n Living Truth Church
BA i Contemporary.i
lion Meeting at S S Dixon
BA Intermediate School, Pace
, Mount Calian So. Baptist
kBA 5300 Berryhill Road Milton
Ne' Bethel Baptist
ABA 10995 Chumuckla H\&).. Jay.
New Life Baptist
6380 Bayberrx Street. Milton
'Mount Pleasjnt Baptisti
6151 Dog%%ood Dr. Milton
Olivet Baptist
: 5240 Dogwood Drive Milton
Iton PineLe\el Baptist
3300 Pine Level Church Road,
Milton Jay
Pine Terrace Baptist
ilion '6212 Pine Blossom Road Milto
Pleasant Home Bapus .
. 8500(Pleasant Home. Munson
Santa Rosa Baptist Asso.
6820 H\%N. 87 North Milton
ig. Jr Spring Hill Baptist Church
9214 Munson Hu %. Milton
'allace Baptist Church
6601 Chumuckla H%%\.
on \\Woodbine Baptist Church
4012 Woodbine Road Pace,
NT I
:e BAPTIST -MISSIONARY
Mt. Bethel Baptist
175 Limit Sireet Milion
on New Macedonia Baptist Churci
4751 Chumickla H.k\. Pace
New Providence Missionary
Baptist


First United Methodist
k "Church of Milton

S 6830 Berryhill Street 623-6683

Worship Service @ 8:30 & 11:00
Sunday School @ 9:45
; Youth Fellowship @ 5:00

Small enough to care, Large enough to serve!


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� JCovenant Church of God
4645 School Lane * Pace, FL 32571
SPreaching the Gospel publicly and from
" house to house." Acts 20:20

God is Moving!

Benny M. Turner, Pastor Service Times
Phone: 850-994-1273 Sunday 10:00 AM Worship
Fax: 850-995-1737 Wednesday 7:00 PM Study


Committed to excellence as wive serve 4esus.
Come grow with us!


Hickory Hammock
Baptist Church
Pastor Carl Gallups (since 1987)
Worship S& Chlidren's Church 8:30 & 10:00 am
Sunday School 9:00 & 10:00 am
Bible Sludy For All Ages 5:00 pm
Wednesday WorshIp 6:30 pm , A- - ,A '
Preschool � All Services
8351 Hickory Hammock Road, Milton * 623-8959 * www.hickoryhamm&" aptust.org
Dynamic Worship * Music * Drama - Children & Youth Ministries and lots moiel


Pace Community Church

Reaching Seekers, Building Believers

Features...


* Live band, contemporary music
* Exceptional children's & teen ministry
* Safe, clean nursery & preschool classes'
* Small Groups & Seminars

Affiliation...
* Non-denominational & Bible based
* Purpose Driven
* A member of the Willow Creek Association


994-4310


www.PaceCommunityChurch.com


Future Plans...
* New worship facility now
under construction on 25
acre campus


Where? Currently meeting at Pace High School, 4065 Norris Road, Freedom Hall Ronnie Christian
SWhen? 10:00 A.M. Sunday Pastor


4175 Popcorn Rd., Milton
CATHOLIC
St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church
6457 Park Ave. SW Milton, FL

CHARISMATIC
- Sheperd House Ministry
5739Stewart St. ewartMiltMilton

CHURCH OF CHRIST
, Bagdad Chuch of Christ
4413 Garcon Point Hwy, Bagdad
Berryhill Church of Christ
3679 Berryhill Rd Pace.
Church of Christ
300 Margaret St Milton.
Jay Church of Christ
E. Highway 4. Jay
Margaret Street Church of Christ
6745 Margaret Street, Milton,
NIcLellan Church of Christ
Munson Hw\ MNliton
Susan St. Church of Christ
600 Susan St. Milton
S Vest Milon Church of Christ
5300 Highway 90, Pae -
Pea Ridge Church of Christ
4400 Bell Lane. Pea Ridge

CHURCH OF GOD IN
CHRISI
Ferris Hill Church of God in
Christ
909 N. Alabama St.. Milton
Hope Ministry -Church of God in
Christ, Inc
113 Willing Street, Milton
* World Church of God
Million Worship Center
5177 Steu art St.. Nhlton
Community Chapel Church of
God, 4300 Pace Lane.
South of Wal-Mart
Second Chance
Church of God in Christ
n 5887 N. Stewart St.. Milton

CHURCH OF GOD
Co enant Church of God
4645 School Ln . Pace
Church of God of Prophec ,
600 Glover Lane. Milton, FL

COMMUNITY OF CHRIST
Community of Christ
6656 Raymond Hobbs St.Milion

CHURCH OF .IESUS CHRIST
OF LATTER DAY SAINTSS
Church of Jesus Christ of
: Latter day Saints
5737 Bernrhill Rd.. Milton

EPISCOPAL
c St. Mary's Episcopal Church
6842 Oak St. Million

F,,L. GOSPEL
Milton Victori Ministries
7235 E. Hwy 90 Milton
)n Lia ing Faith Church
7400 Reformation Rd. Milton

HOLINESS
Hollandto~ n Holiness Churchl


1851 Pineview Church Rd, Jay
Contact: Hansel Prescott 675-
4346
Cobbtown Holiness
4700 Greenwood Rd
Jay, FL 32565

INDEPENDENT
Grace Bible Church
623 Chestnut, Milton

INTERDENOMINATIONAL
Evangel Christian Church
6763 Margaret St. Million
Ken Sumerall Ministries .
4901 Forest Creek Dr., Pace


.IEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Jeho'ah's Witnesses Militon
Congregation
5696 Bernrhill Rd, Milton

LUTHERAN
Eternal TrinitS Lutheran Church
6076 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton

METHODIST
Christ lUnited Methodist Church
5983 Dogvood Dr.. Milton
Chumuckla United Methodist
Church
9485 H\' 197. Chumucklla
Elizabeth Chapel United
SMethodist Church
80(iS Chuinuckla H'.%.. Pace
Ist United Meth.Church of Pace
4540 Clitmuckla Hy., Pace
Woodbine United Methodist
Church
5200 Woodbine, Pace
Bagdad Linited Methodist Church
4540 Fors. th St., Bagdad
First United Methodist Church
6830 Berr.hill Rd., Milton
Ja L United Mlethodist Church
300 South Alabama St.. Ja;
. Mac Ed~'ards Memorial United
Methodi-.t Church
5052 Mulat Road. Milton. FL
Pine'iew Uniied NMethodisi
Church
1400 Pine% iew Church Rd Jay,,
Wesley MeNmorial United
Methodist Church
4701 School Ln. Pace. FL
Woodbine United Methodist
Church
52( 0 Woodbine Rd., Pace '

NAZARENE
Fiist Church of the Nazarene
5162 Avenida Del Fue,-..Pace

NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Christian Life Church
4401 A% alon Blvd. Million
Chrisuian Life Church
44-01 Aalon Blvd.. Milton
Church of the Li.ing God
3375 Garcon Pt. Milton
New Testament Church
5277 Glo\er L.ne. Milton
Shepherd Housie Ministries
5739 N Stewart St., Milton


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International Pentacostal
Holiness Church (IPHC)
5573 Stewart St.
Milton, FL 32507
Sunday School 10:00 Sunday Worship 11:00
Pastor's Tracy & Radena Leggett
207-2729
See the vision, catch the vision, be the vision s



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5300 ' 1Iwy q90,I 94-t1oS Coni arin'eii ayart oj
RESTORING IsT CENTURY CHRISTIANITY IN THE 21ST CENTURY


EPISCOPAL St. Mary's
CHURCH St M r

|H Episcopal Church
The Rev John Wallace
Services:
Sunday Holy Eucharist: 8:00 & 10:00 am
Sunday School: 9:45 am
,_ Wednesday Holy Eucharist: 6:00 pm


6849 UaK :Street
Million, Florida 32570
Phone (850) 623-2905


Nursery provided
for Sunday service ,


Pace Assembly of God
Pace Assembly Ministries, Inc.
3948 Highway 90
'"kPace, Florida 32571-1998


SPastor G/yn_'.,-i .'b
Sunday School 9:45 am
\m.,.rnr.g W:,r6hip 10 45 am
:arpn',;clirig S.,v-.:�: 6:00 pm


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FAX: (850) 994-9936
. Bus Service Available
-. npmeneing Hour Telecast
WFG.,: Tv35 SunOa3 7:30 am
NHBR TV33 Mondays 9:00 pm


Study Te Word 7:00 Campmeeting Time Radio Broadast
Wednesday StudyTheWord 7:00pWTJT 90.1 FM M-F 5 prn
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Celebrate with us!
S Sunday School 9:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 10:00 a.m
Evening Worship 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Opportunities available
for all ages 6:30 p.m.

Christ United Methodist Church
5983 Dogwood Drive, (Hwy 89), Milton
Church Office: 623-8820 John F Edwards, Pastor



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Word Alive Christian Church
5707 Stewart St., Milton .
West Milton Church of Christ
5300 Highway 90, Pace

PENTECOSTAL
Gospel Lighthouse Church
I0001 Chumuckla Hwy., Pace.
United Pentecostal
Church of Ber dale e
7580 Hwy. 4, Jay

PENTECOSTAL - HOLINESS,
Mount Zion Pentecostal Holiness
Church
5532 Osceola St., Milton
Chumnuckla Pentecostal Holiness
Church
. 2 41 H \l . |1x2. Ja ,
SNew vision n Worrship Center
5573 Steuart St. Milton
Roe% ille Holiness Church
.Munson H"y . Milton
SCobbto\'n Holiness Church
-1700 Greenmood Road (Hwy 164)
SJj\. FL 32565

PRESBYTERIAN - PCA
Westminster Presbyterian Church :
PCA 6050 Paik A\enue. Milton


PRESBYTERIAN - USA
First Presbyterian Church of
Milton
5206 Elmira St. ,Milton, FL
Pace Presbyterian Church
4587 Woodbine Rd., Pace, FL

PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
Bethlehem Primitive Baptist
Church - .
5339 Zero Ln., Milton, FL
Mount Zion Primitive Baptist
Church
.603 4th Av. , Milton. FL

PROTESTANT
Million SDA Church
5288 Bern hil Rd.. Miltin n

SEVENTH-DA' ADVENTIST
Milton Seventh-Da
Adventist Church
528s Berrhill Rd . Milton ,

UNITED PENTECOSTAL
First Pentecostal Church of
Bagdad .:
4636 Fors.th St., Bugdad

VINEYARD
Ba, Area Vineyard Church
Nilit n CommunitN Center
5629 Broni Street. Milton






The Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Saturday September 9, 2006


AUCTION SALE
Dogwood Storage a.k.a. By-
Pass Warehouses of 6121 and
6075 Dogwood Drive, Milton,
FL 32570, pursuant to the pro-
visions of the Florida 'Mini
Self-Storage Landlord and
Tdrant Act" (FL Statute
#83.801 at sec) hereby gives
NOTICE OF SALE under said
act, to til
On 'September 16, 2006, at
9:00 A.M., Dogwood Storage
a.k.a. By-Pass Warehouses of
6121 and 6075 Dogwood
Drive Milton, FL 32570, will
conduct a public sale and/or
take Into possession the entire
contents of the following units:
AllI consist of household goods
and/or unknown items:
Cutonw Narne & Unit
Gina Cason
254
Mark and Billie Crutchfield
340
Jennifer Dees
275
Falecla Glenn
S277'
Jqseph B Heaton
28( & 279
J#dhn D Holland II
0 2
Lewis Undsey
073
Chuck A Londrow Sr.
312
Cary Rich
329
Steven Rich
218
Betty A Williams
231
KImJohnson
273
Jennifer D Mefford
267
082606
090906

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.0548 CA 01
.CHASE HOME FINANCE
LLC, successor by merger to
CHASE MANHATTAN MORT-
GAGE CORPORATION,
Plaintiff, ,
vs.
JOSEPH E. BOWLES, III, et
ux., et al.,
Defendantss. ,
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order or Final
Judgment Scheduling
Foreclosure Sale entered on
August 25 2006 in (thii case
now pendrng in sad Court, tne
style of wrnch is indicate


above.
I will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash in the The
Front Door of Santa RoM
County Courthouse, 686
Carolin Sreet, Milton,
Florida 2570, on the 28 day
of September, 2006 at 11:00
am., the following described
property as set forth in said
Order or Final Judgment, to-
wit:
THE N 88.5' OF LOT 1,
BLOCK 3, LOTS 2 AND 6,
f BLOCK 8, DAVIDSON'S
SUBDIVISION, ACCORDING
TO THE PLAT RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK A, PAGE 41 OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
aidia: 310 & 312 HENRY
STREET, MILTON, FLORIDA

ORDERED at SANTA ROSA
County, Florida, this 28 day of
August, 2006.
MARY M. JOHNSON
As Clerk, Circuit Court
SANTA ROSA, Florida
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By- ANGELA K. DUNN
As Deputy Cler.
SPEAR &HOFFMAN PA
9700 Sounth Dixi Highway
Suine B10
Miami Florida 33156
. Telephone (305) 670-2299
090206
090906

INTHE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 57-2006-CP-265
Diviwlon
IN RE: ESTATE OF
WILLIAM THOMAS BIGBY,
a/k/a BILL BIGBY
Deceased.
NKICE TOCREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of William Thomas
Bigby, deceased, whose date
of death was 6/29/05; Is pend-
ing in the Circuit Court for
Santa Rosa County, Florida,
Probate Division; File Number
57-2006-CP-265; the address
of which is 6865 Caroline St.
Milton, FL 32570. The names
and addresses, of the personal
representative and the person-
al representative's attorney are
set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons, who have
claims -or demands against
decedent's estate, including
unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, and who
have been served a copy of
this notice, must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF: THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY (30)
DAYS-AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All otner ciod.icrs or the aece-
derni ano olher persons wnc.
have claims or demands


against the decedent's estate,
including unmatured, contin-
gent or unliquidated' claims,
must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENTS
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
THE DATE OF FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE IS:
SEPTEMBER 2, 2006.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
/s/ LARRY D. KELLAR,
ESQUIRE
LARRY D. KELLAR, ESQUIRE
Florida Bar No, 336701
201 East Government Street
Pensacola, FL 32502
, Telephone: (850) 432-4030,
Personal Representative:
Isl DEITRA ERICKSON .
.DEITRA ERICKSON
* 214 Maltose Ave
Decatur GA 30030
090206
090906

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 2006-CA4100472
DIVISION NO: "A"'
DAVID E LARSEN and PAM L
LARSEN.
Plairrirts.
v.
CHARLES M. THOMAS and
LORI D. THOMAS,
Defendants.,
AMENDED NOTICE OF

TO: CHARLES M. THOMAS
and
LORI D. THOMAS
5057 Guernsey Road
Pace, FL 32571
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a
Complaint was filed with the
Santa 'Rosa County Court
Clerk (the "Clerk") on June 7,
2006.
You are required to file the
original of your written defens-
es, if any, upon the under-
signeo Clerk on 'October 2,
2006, (within 30 days of the-
first publication of this Notice)
and forward a copy of same to
the attorney for the Plaintiffs,
Richard, M. Beckish, Jr.,
Esquire, Liberis & Associates,
PA.,. at 40 South Palafox
Place, Suite 500, Pensacola,,
Florida 32502. Failure to serve
and file written defenses as
required may result in a judg-
ment or order 'for the relief
demanded in the pleadings,
without further notice.,
DATED on this the 28 day of
August, 2006.
MARY JOHNSON


CLERK OF COURT
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: J. Watkins
Deputy Clerk
090206
090906
091606
092306

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUFF, IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 0821 CA
GREEN TREE SERVICING,
LLO'f/k/a
CONSECO FINANCE SER-
VICING CORP.
1400 Turbine Drive
Rapid City, SD 57703
Plaintiff, .
v.
ROBIN J. GADDY flta ROBIN
J. HOLLAND,
Defendant
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: ROBIN J. HOLLAND
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a
.oreciosure acuon has been
fileo against you on the follow-
ing'described property:
SEE EXHIBIT "A" ATTACHED
HERETO.
EXHIBIT"A" . .
Parcel 41 The West ? ol tre
SW ? o me NE ? of tne SW ?
of Section I1 Township i
Normn Range 27 West
or Santa Ross County. Filoida
Less the South 25 feet tor
load Leas 15 le.l ararinage
easement over side lot line and
back lot line, if necessary,
Together with a 2002
Timberwooa mole nome
D#GAFL 107A48949-TW21
TOGETHER WITH trnat ceran
2002 80 v 16 Timbernood
Moolle Home Serial No
GAFL1Ci7A48949 TW21
and you are requiredto file a
Arinen iespc.ns wilh Irne
Court and serve a copy cil your
wrtneo eten:se. S any. Io r non
Albert C Pen-on. Plairtih
attorney, whose address is
2810 Remington Green Circle,
Tallahassee, Florida 32308, at
lease thirrV 1301 days from me
dare o I.rst puctl.cauor. and iile
the Original wth the clerh oi
ir.s court e.Trier belicr .,ervi.:e
on Plainsd attorney or imm-ne-
aiolIy tlheiearei.o rmeiMk a
default wml be emrereo against
you Tor the relel demanded in
the complaint
Dated this 28 day of August,
2006..
CLERK OF COURT
CIRCUIT.COURT SEAL
By: J. Watlkins
Deputy Clerk
090206
090906


NOTICE OF DISPOSMON
OF PERSONAL PROPERTY
BELONGING TO


Legal Notices


Michell Rodgers
7422 Westgate Dr. #21
Milton, FL 32570
FOR FAILURE TO PAY
MONTHLY STORAGE
RENTAL FEES TO: STOW
AWAY MINI STORAGE, 7464
ALICIA DR. MILTON, FL
32570, PHONE 850-626-9282.
-CURRENT FEES DUE FOR
July, August, & September
Including all late fees
DISPOSITION OF GOODS IN
UNIT #A-9 WILL COMMENCE
ON THE FIRST WORKING
DAY AFTER THE 9TH OF
September.
SFlorida Statue #83.8055
090906
09M96

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.: 57-2005-CP-334
DMilon: Probate
IN RE: ESTATE OF
WILLIAM G. BOSWELL
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The adIminitralion oi re
estate of William G Bo;weil.
deceased whose dale or
Sdeatn wa July 17. '2005 is
pending in tre C.rcunl Court lor
Santa Rosa Countr Florida
Prooas;- DiviEon. the aaaddrs
ol which is 6495 Caroline
Street M.toir, Fl.oida 32570
The names and addresses oi
Ine personal repree-:nirive
and the personal eprei nlta-
tivae alnc.rney are ei iortih
below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having
claims or aderaris -against
- deceaern iseialie ,cn whom'a
copy or this notice -s required
to De serve a ir.il lie inth
clialris wit'i tin, court WITHIN
THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 ODAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SER.
VICE OF A COPY OF THIS
. OTICE ON THEM
All other creditors of the dece-
dent ana c.'rier persons having
dclam, or .demarra agamn.t-
decederl'i estate must file
their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLiCATIOi OF, THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WiTHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733 702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE .DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
Trne dae oi, iiri publicatirn ol
this notic. is Seplemndr 9
2006
"Aftbrnrey lot Perscari
Representa;ve


/s/KENNETH R. FOUNTAIN
Kenneth R. Fountain
Attorney for Nicole Wirth
Florida Bar No. 0048569
FOUNTAIN LAW FIRM, P.A.
2045 Fountain Professional
CL, Suite A
Navarre, Florida 32566 .
Telephone: (850) 939-3535
Personal Representative:
/s/NICOLE WIRTH
Nicole Wirth
1981 Blakenship Road -
Navarre, Florida 32566
090906
091606
asam
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.: 57-2005-CP419
Dviion: Probate
IN RE: ESTATE OF
LOREN PAUL POST
*, .Dsed,
NOTICETO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of Loren Paul Post,
deceased, whose. date of
death was July 21, 2005, is
pernorin in Inse Ciicui Courl ior
Sar.ia Rosa Cournt Florida,
Proiae Divisiorn ie address
of hricn is 6865 Caroline
Street, Milton, Florida 32570.
The names ara addresses of
the personal reproeseriaiuee
and ir.e personal representa-
Ive6s atlorrny are sef.forth ,
bel,:,w
Ail creditbor of the decedent
and other persons having
claims -or demands against
aOceder.i s e-.aea on rhnorr. a
Sopy or rls - notice is requ.,r4O
IC' re erveca mirr l1.i heir
lamn': witn fr., .;.ourl WITHINI
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 othnr crea.ic-,s -:,ine oece-
aentl anr other ersoris nair,ng
cl_1imrrs -r demran.s agannit
dec-cieni e'sare ImuIs lils
their claims with this court
WITHIN. 3 .MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE,
'\FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO i21 YEARS OR .tORE
AFTER THE DECEDENTS
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
r de dait or'ist puol.caron of
this rnonce is Septelr er 9.
-2006.
Attorney ' for Personal
Representative:
/IlKENNETH R FOurJTffi
Hennem R FourntIrr,
Alorney fo.,r Marnann Post
Florida Ba N-;. 0048569
FOUNTAirj LAW FIRM PA


2045 Fountain Professional
Ct, Suite A
Navarre, Florida 32566
Telephone: (850) 939-3535
Personal Representative:
/s/MARYANN POST
Maryann Post
2033 Seagrape Drive
Navarre, Florida 32566
090906
091606


INTHE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.: 67-2005CP-70O
Divison: Probate
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JACK TURNER MCLAUGH-
LIN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of Jack Turner
McLaughlin, deceased, whose
date bf death was July. 17,
2005, Is, pending In the Circuit
Court for .Santa Rosa County,
Florida,, Probate Division, the
address of which Is 6495
Caroline Street Miilon Florida
32570) Tri naames and
add.reis t OI- i rn parional rp-
resenriane ara tre personal
represernlaise - antorneay air
:el loitri celow
All creit.os of tre aeceaent
and other persons radiing
clai-ms or aemar.an a3gainsi
deceder.t ea1ale on Ar.om a
copy of tnia notice is required..
Stc be servea must lile ineir
claim. witr r.Inis court WITHIN
, THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THi5 NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SER-
VICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
d. nand other persons raving
claims or demands against
,eCeaardnis eS;iase mur Tilme
Ineir Claim. w.th Tmis court
UMWITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE 'DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE ,
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED'
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733 70? OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, .ANf CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) EARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S-
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of iiilt publicatior, of
trs r nonce is Sepiember 9,
2006. .,
Attorney for. Personal
Representative:
/s/KENNETH R. FOUNTAIN
, Kenneth R. Fountain :
Attorney for Richard A.
McLaughlin
Fl,:.r,.a Bar No 0048563
FOUNTAIN LAW FIRM, PA
2045 Fourain Prol.ci onai
Ct Suine A


Navarre, Florida 32566
Telephone: (850) 939-3535
Personal Representative:
/s/RICHARD A. MCLAUGHLIN
Richard A. McLaughlin
3586 Ginger Lane
Navarre, Florida 32566
090906
091606

INTHE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.: 57-2006-CP-14
Division: PROBATE
IN RE: ESTATE OF
PATSY R. CORMIER BELL
Decesed..
NOTICETO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of Patsy R. Cormler
Bell, deceased, whose date of
death was May 7, 2005, is
pending In the Circuit Court for
Santa Rosa County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address
of which 6495 Caroline Street,
Milton, Florida 32572. The,
names and addresses of the
personal repre.entallve and
the pealor51i repieseritali,.A ,
anrc.rn/ are el Torth, below
All creditors of the decedent
and, other persons having
, claims or demands against
decednts i late on wrom, aa
copy ol iis notice las required
to be served mut rile traoir
Claim wIn iinis court WITHIN
THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATIOt OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF'SER-
VICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ONITHEM
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands aga;ns.t
decedent's estate mu,. ile
their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER'.
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION.
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
- PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH.
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of
this notice is September 9,,
2006.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
/s/KENNETH R. FOUNTAIN
Kenneth R. Fountain
Attorney for Curtis B. Bell
FItida Bar tl, -t85,W9
2045 Fcunainr, Prolessr.urai
Ct:, Suite A'
Navarre, Florida 32566 -
'Telephone: (850) 939-3535
Personal Representative:
i:,CuRTIS B BELL
Curt. B Sell
PO Bo, 5219


Navarre, Florida 32566
090906
091609 "

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, 4
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 57-2006-CIP.34
Division
IN RE: ESTATE OF
Robert Haynes Preston, Sr.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CHEDITORS
The administration of the
estate of Robert Haynes
Preston, Sr., deceased, whose
date of death was March 21,
2006 is pending in the Circuit
Court for Santa Rosa County,,
Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is 6865
Caroline Street Suite N, Milton,
Florida 32570-0472. The
names and -addresses of the
personal representative and
,he personal representative's '.
anoiney are set lorin Deic'.c,
All 'redltors of the aeceaera ,l
and other per-:ons hang .
claim: or demands against . .
aecedeins estate on whom a �
copy of tni notice is required .
10 be served must file their *
clailrr.I 1t tnis court WITHI-N '
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-
der I and otnerper-ons rigIing
claim: or demands against -
decedent's estate must file
their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE, DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHI-N THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
'33702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE .
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIOD.SET FORTH
ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (21 YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED
rhe dale of riri pt bi;caion of "
tries: notice is September 9,
2006.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
/s/ANGELA J. JONES
Angela J Jiorne
Fi aora Bar tic. 091r-.41
Locklin & Jones, PA. .
6460 Justice Avenue 4
Milton, Florida 32570
Telephone: (850) 623-2500
Personal Representatiav
is.'JOHri FOSTER PRESTON
Jonr Foster Pre-on .
5312 Hamimon B-doge Road
M.iton Fir..r.a 3250
090906
091606


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New�
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Jaybeettes



New Jaybeettes Rachel
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make a fashion statement
at the start of the school
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Teacher

(Above) The Milton High Band is seen on the field for the first football game of the season against Washington. (Below.i The team cap-
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Bunnell
Mr. Bunnell
has a B.A. from
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University in
,.. Atlanta, GA. a
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English from
UWF. and a
Master of Fine
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Creative
Writing from the Unilersity of Alabama. A ,
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literary magazine. Colorado Review.
a n d Mr. Bunnell taught higoh school in Los
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,,"t a, years he has been working as an adjunct
instructor for both PJC and ULWF. teaching
English Composition classes. His wife.
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Milton High and the\ have been married for
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Vincent Julius Raffield Johnathan Riley Wilson


Vincent Julius RafTeld was born Thursday. June 15, 2006 in El
Paso. Texas to James and Julie Faulk RafTeld. He weighed 6
pounds and 10 ounces. Proud grandparents are Keith and Karen
RafTeld. Melanie Ende. and Danny Faulk.
Proud great-grandparents are Harry and Shirley Anderson and
Lee and Janie Raffeld.


SRMC New

Arrivals

Bridgette Howard and
David James Howard. Jr., a
daughter, lacquelyn Catiece
Howard, born Thursday,
August 17, 2006.
Jessica Walker and
Jonathan Boykins, a daughter,
Serenity Nevaeh Bovkins. born
Sunday, August 20, 2006.


Jennifer Denise Powell, a
son. -lakob Elliott Powell. born
Tuesday, August 22. 2006.
Lisa Marie Owens and
Joshua Lance Owvens, a son.
.lesse .lames Owens. born
Wednesday , August 23, 2006.
Melinda Anne MarrafTnno
and Damian Danial John
Marraffino, a daughter,
Georgia Gabrielle Poppy
Marrqfino. born Wednesday,
August 23, 2006.
Heather F. Ales, a son,


Johnathan Riley Wilson "as born at Portsmouth Naval Hospital,'
Virginia. He weighed 7 Ibs. 8 oz. and he was 20 ? inches long. He,
is the son of Johnny Ray and Lisa Marie Wilson of Pace. .
Proud grandparents are Jack and Catina Wilson and George and:
Leona McCaffrey, also of Pace.


Kaden 'Blake Ales, born
Monday, August 25. 2006.
Brigette McNew and
.lonathan Quails, a daughter,
Kiara Quails, born Monday,
August 28, 2006.
Maria Sessions, a daughter,
a daughter. Marissa Schill.
born Tuesday. August 29. 2006.
Carly McKinnon, a son.
lay Stearns, born Wednesday,
August 30, 2006.
Amanda Spears and
Malcom Eric Smith, a daugh-


ter, ada Smith, born Thursday,:
August 31, 2006.
Bethany Slay and Brya'p;
Slay, a son, losiah Slay. boio
Thursday, August 31. 2006. -
Christina Caasi and RoilZ
Caasi, a son. Brandon Caas_'.
born Thursday, August 3j,'
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Thank you for allowing me
to serve you, the teachers,
students & employees of
the Santa Rosa School
District for another 4 years!
I am honored to be your
School Board Member for
District 3. Your support
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SRCgolf scramble is
lookldng for players
Registrations are being
accepted for teams to partici-
pate in the 13th Annual Santa
Rosa Counts 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.
Al* Ca Ieam sees

The Ladies Trios Alley Cats
Winter League at Oops Alle% is
looking for new members.
This all-%women's. day
league will begin bowling on
Sept. 11 with the league run-
ning through May 21 when they
, ill hold an awards and ban-
quet program.
Bowling in this league will
cost $8 per week per team
member along with a one time
fee of $15 for your USBC card.
S,' For more information Nou
can contact Brenda GilUeN at
623-6807 or Oops Alley at 995-
S9393.
Co-ed tomrey to
benefit E-Ma.Chamee
Camp E-Ma-Chamee is
holding their first ever Co-
Ed Softball Slam at the East
Milton Recreational Park on
Oct. 7.
Cost to enter this tourna-
merit is "b150 a team and pro-
ceeds will help ,with pro-
grams ,offered to the young
people 'at, Camp E-Ma-
Chatree.
Games w ill get underway
at 9 a.m.
D Touring the .tournament
there wNill be several activi-
ties for a day of family fun.
For more information, or
to register .contact Bruce
Predmore or Meredith
NMcKnight at 675-4512.
Registration deadline' is
Sept. 28.
Baseball fall camp is
taldng registrations
All-Pro Baseball Academs
will hold a fall instructional
camp on Oct. 2. -
The camp will be held in
two sessions and broken down
into third through' fifth grade
and sixth through eight grade.
Academy Instructors
include Mac Seibert of the
Tampa Bay Devil Rays, former
major leageer Talmadge
Nunnari. and others.-
For more information call
572-3356.

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Links heat up


N Volleyball teams have rough start to week i


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sporin Editnr
The golf links are heating
up as teams in Santa Rosa
County are try ing to improve
their scores as the golf season is
nearing the mid%\ay point.
At the Moors on Tuesday
Pace finished third in a three-
team meet %with Gulf Breeze
and Niceville.
The Lady Patriots posted a
team score of 192 points and
was led by junior Hale\
Millsap: who took top medalist
honors "'ith a 36. ,
. Gulf Breeze's Kristen
Dorses %as one stroke behind
Millsap % ith a 37 as she led the
Lady Dolphins, "ho posted a


low team-score of 173.
. Nice\ille was next overall
with a team score of 183.
"Haley is playing well right
now and April (Thompson) is
shooting pretty consistent."
said Pace girls coach Becky
King. "We just have to continue
team %wide to lower individual
scores the next few weeks in
preparation for the post sea-
son."
Rounding out the team
scoring for Pace was April
Thompson with a 44. followed
by Stac. Ranson at 55. and
Morgan Roberts who finished
out the Lady Patriots scoring
with a 57.
Over at Stonebrook on


Tuesday Pace won a three-team
match involving Milton and
Navarre.
Pace finished 47 strokes
beer than Natarre as they out
scored them 146-193. while
Milton finished third with a
202.
Tanner Kasischke took top
medalist honors as he carded a
35. which w as one stroke better
than teammate Parham Booker
who was second %with a 36.
"We had a great day on our
home course." according to
Pace boys coach Keith
Kirchharr. "Tanner and the oth-
ers have been working hard to
improve their amne and
See. PREPS. Pg. 3B


Pace's Stacy Ranson ponders her next shot Tuesday during a three-
team golf match between Pace, Niceville, and Gulf Breeze held at the
Moors.


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441 Former Milton standout makes

his NFL debut against the NY Jets


Milton's Courtland Finnegan Is, as he likes to say It, living his dream of playing In the National Football
League. After being selected In the seventh round of the NFL Draft with the 215th pick overall, Finnegan
has done what has been asked of him and will suit up this Sunday when his Tennessee Titans face the
New York Jets.
Tennessee Titans photo by Gary Glenn


. By BILL G.ANIBLIN
PG Sports Editor
Is Courtland Finnegan
ready?
The Tennessee Titans and
.Courtland himself feel so and
on Sunday those who watch the
Titans host the New Your Jets
,could decide for themselLes.
The former Milton stand-
out, who was selected with the
215th overall pick in the sev-
enth round of the 2006 NFL
Draft, survived all the cuts and
has made the 53-man roster
So how has this week been
as he prepares for his first regu-
lar season football game?
"It has been an exciting
week," said Finnegan after
Thursday's practice. "I am
looking to play assignment
football and play my role with-
in the defense.
"I also hope to make a cou-
ple of plays, but the key is to do
what is expected of me and take
care of what I can take care of."
Finnegan feels by doing his
job, that he can feel secure if
that is possible in the National
Football League.
."You have to take care of
your job and do your job," said
Finnegan. "That means %watch-
ing extra film and making sure
you are ready to go."
To say Courtland Finnegan
is.living his.dream would be an
understatement after complet-
ing his collegiate career at
Samford Uni\ersity. an Ohio
Valley Conference member, in
Birmingham, Ala. . I
"I am a little nervous, but I


Finnegan is seen at the Titans'
practice facility getting ready for
Sunday's game against the N.Y.
Jets.
Titans photo
am excited about the chal-
lenge," said Finnegan., " ho saw
a great deal of play ing time in
pre-season game against
Atlanta and Green Baiy.
Filinegan, who despite his
unofficial 4.29 40-yard time
during the pro day at Samford
University, is considered under-
sized, but they haven't designed
a de% ice to measure the heart of
this former Panther standout
"Some ot the \eteilns on
the team ha'e been asking me
S , , TITAN, Pg. 4B8


Pelicans begin search for new manager


By BILL GAMBLING
PG SportsEditor
After a very difficult season
the Pensacola Pelicans are
looking for a new skipper.,
On Thursday the Pensacola
Pelicans and Kash Beauchamp
announced that he has accepted
the position of Vice President
and Director of Baseball'
Operations of the South Coast
Independent Baseball League
located in Conyers, Georgia
*and will no longer retain the
Pelicans field manager duties.
.Before accepting the
Pelicans post, Beauchamp was
,the Director of Player
Development in the Golden


Baseball League, which is,
based on the West Coast.
"I have a' lot of special
memories from this season,
especially from the fans and the
team," said Beauchamp.
"Pensacola fans are the best
that I have been associated with
in my 22 years in baseball.
Quint and Rishy Studer are two
of the best owners in all of
baseball and I thank them for
everything. I will never forget
the relationships that I have
here."
Despite finishing the season
at 39-57, Beauchamp managed
three players this season to the
American' Association All-Star


team,. which was the most by
any team in the league. Third
baseman Trino Aguilar, short-
stop Carlos Mendoza and pitch-
er Rusty Begnaud represented
Pensacola in the Game. Aguilar,
Mendoza, and pitcher Tony
Pierce were also selected to the
2006 Post-Seasod All-Star
See, KASH, Pg. 4B
Kash Beauchamp looks down
the dugout as he contemplates
what he might do during a train.
ing game held at Jay High
School when the Pelicans hosted
the Lincoln Salt Dogs.
Press Gazette photo
by Bill Gamblin





Page-2 ..


/ Saturday, September 9, 2006





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Sept. 23
Dover, De
Dover
200


Sept. 16
Loudon, N.H.
S) lIania
200


Sept.16
Salem, Ind.
Eddie Gilstrap
ARCA 200


Schrader gets dirty


in Monday's win


Monday Ken Schrader got
to visit victory lane at the his-
!toric DuQuoin Statte
Fairgrounds, a track he first % is-
ited back in 1964. --
, . Schrader, who finished
23rd Sunday night a California
Speed% aty,
traveled east
and domi-
nated by
winning the
poll and
leading 63
of the 100
laps on the
dirt mile.
"It feels -
great to be
here," said Schrader
Schrader
from ictor', lane. "I first came
here "ith my Dad in 1964; we
slept in his station wagon.
d"We first started racing here
in the mid-70's...ran a midget
here. Raced a USAC stock car
here in'79.
A'I think we've run just
about everything you can.run
here," admitted Schrader, who
is known for his love to just
drive a race car. "The track was
absolutely_ beautiful ioda\ and
,we will be back next year."


On the

Bubble
Driver Sterling Marlin,
Owner Bobby Ginn
Points: 1964
Points out of 34th: 56
Points ahead of 36th: 2
Place Owner
33 Ray Evernham
34 Felix Sabates
35 Bobby Ginn
36 Kyle Petty
37 Cal Wells
38 Doug Bawel


Seven time champion and
current ARCA RE/MAX Series
;points leader Frank Kimmel
was battling for second -%ith
Justin Allgaier when they), col-
lided on lap 41 and ended up
finishing 31st and 32nd respec-
tively.
Kimmel's misfortune also
allowd Bobby Gerhart to close
within 180 points of Kimmel in
the points chase.
Rounding out the top five at
DuQuoin were rookie Brett
Rowe in second followed bN
Joe Cooksey. Bob Strait, and
Blake Bjorklund who finished
fifth.
Monday's race. on the
DuQuoin dirt w as the second of
three legs in the Bill rance
Triple Crown Races which
challenges the drivers ori the,
ARCA RE:NIAX Series on dif-
ferent \enues in a nine-day
stretch.
The third race will occur
today at the mile and a half
Chicagoland Speedway.'
This race will be televised
at 1 p.m. locally on SPEED.,
The first race of the Bill
France Triple Crown was won
Sept. 1 at Toledo Speedway by
rookie Chuck Barnes, Jr.


S "-., .A
Sterling Marlin


Driver
Elliott Sadler
David Stremme
Sterling Marlin
Kyle Petty,
Travis Kvapil
Michael Waltrip


Points
2038
2020
1964
1962
1852
1753


Mighty Kasey at th


By BILL GAMBLING
PC Sports Editor
In Daytona drivers were
preparing for tonight and their
chance to qualify for the Chase for
the NEXTEL Cup.
Now 10 drivers are hoping to
hold onto their spot and Kasey
Kahne is looking for a repeat of
last week's magic he found in
California.
Another strong run is all the
Washington native can hope for
when he takes the green tonight in
Richmond International Raceway.
where he claimed his first NEX-
TEL Cup win.
"It is just going to take anoth-
er good night like we had at
California," said Kahne, who is
hoping to move up from 1 lth to
one of the top 10 spots in points.
"We are just going to have to run
up front, lead laps and get all the
points we can possibly get.
"We were able to do that at
California and if we can do that at
Richmond we can definitely have
a good shot at making it."
With just 11 drivers vying for
eligible for the 10 spots and Matt
Kenseth, along with Jimmie
Johnson. being the only two
locked in chances are good some-
one will leave Richmond disap-
pointed.
"1 don't think it would be dis-
appointing, but it would definitely
be upsetting that we didn't make
it," said Kahne, who leads the
series with five victories this sea-
son. "You know somebody is not
going to make it.


"The season we've had has
been an awesome season and
hopefully ve are not done win-
ning whether we're in or not."
But if Kahne remains on the
outside looking in. is he going to
look back at things like his late
race mishap at the Brickyard or
Watkins Glen, knowing if he had
finished he would be fairly secure
in the points?
"Yeah definitely; you look
back as the driver and beat your-
self up over certain stuff." said
Kahne. "But if I start looking back
then I've got to look at the engine
that broke, running terrible on
restrictor plate tracks and not run-
ning good at other places and


things.
"You can look at and be mad
at yourself, but you hate to look
forward if you want to go fast and
win races."
Winning is very important
and so is qualifying for the chase,
so are we looking at a bump and
run if Kahne needs one more posi-
tion to qualify?
"At Richmond I am going to
race like I always race and try to
pass every car that I can see." said
Kahne. "I don't think you want to
get into the Chase by swiping
somebody out on the last lap.
"I just don't think that is the
way to do it."
Another drive er. who might be


Trn r Ir U Backstretch: 860 feet / 20


ww-
2005 Pole Winner
Kein Harvick - 128.425 mph
2005 Race Winner
Kurt Busch - 98.567 mph
Track Qualifying Record
Brian \'ickers - 129.983 mph
(204)
Track Race Record
Dale larrett - 109.047 mph
11997)


After: Sony HD 500
Rank Driver
1. +1 Matt Ken seth
2. -1 Jimmie Johnson
3. -- Kevin Harvick
4. +1 Jeff Gordon
5. -1 Kyle Busch,
6. +3 Dale Eamhardt]r.
7. -1 Denny Hamlin
8. -- Tony Stewart
9. +1 Mark Martin
10. -3 Jeff Burton


Behind
Leader
-9
-342
-387
-394
-412
-413
-444
-457
-459


Frontstretch: 1,290 feet / 8


After: Ameriquest 300


Driver
Kevin Harvick.
Carl Edwards
Denny Hamlin
Clint Bowyer
J.J. Yeley
Paul Menard
Kyle Busch
Greg Biffle
Johnny Sauter
Kenny Wallace


Rank.
1. --
2. --
3. --
4. --
5.' --
6. --.
7. --
8. --
9. --
. 10. 4-1


Behind
Leader
-567
-619
-712
-836
-1073
-1160
-1,250
-1385
-1455


After:O'Reilly 200
Rank Driver
t. -- Todd Bodine
2. -- Johnny Benson
3. -- David Reutimann
4. -- Ted Musgrave
5. -- Rick Crawford,
6. +2 David Starr
7. -- Terry Cook
8. -2 Jack Sprague
9. - - Ron Homaday
10. +1 Mike Bliss


Behind
Leader
-154
-230
-244
-301
-329
-376 ,
-378
-403:
-423


After:Southern Illinois 100
Rank Driver Behind
1. -- Frank Kimmel Leader
2. -- Bobby Gerhart -180
3. -- Billy Ventufini -470
4. -- Ryan Howard -595
5. +2 Blake Bjorklund -710
6. +2 Todd Bowsher -785
7. -1 Ryan Foster -830
8. +1 Brett Rowe -890
9. -4 Damon Lusk -970
10. -- Jason Hedlesky -1025


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3. Kevin Han- ick +47 b
4. Jeff Gordon +102 B
h5.::yle Bust 0ch ' s a o
6 Dale E m/hardtJr. 77
a7 Denny Hamli . +.76k
8. Tony Stewart +45
9. MarkMartin . .32{ :
10. JefftButon #30

considered on the bubble. Jeffl
Burton knows the racers he is 4,
dealing with will do he righ thit thing
as well as NASCAR. a ' a
"I think NASCAR will be -
consistent in the wa the call -
these races and I think the will be
on Saturday night," said Burton Z
who is just 30 points ahead aof01
Kahne in 10th place. '"When you
are dealing dith Kase. Mark.
(Martin) and Tony tSteartl you
are dealing with people that cer-
tainly "ill go race you as hard as
they know how. - :
"But you're not dealing with
people that are going to do things ,
that are unethical."
But Richmond is as good a '
spot as any for the Race for the
Chase to end.
"It is a good place to have the :
final race because you can race,".
said Kahne.


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Preps

' Continued From Page One
(Tuesday i it paid off.
"I love to see these guys-
push each other; that will only
take them better players."
One again Pace posted the
ve lowest scores for the round
a.Jake Bradle\ was two stroke
behind Kasischke ith a 37 fol-
roi\ed b\ Tyler Klaa with a 38
ad Curtis Brasher rounded out


the scores for Pace by carding a
40.
Milton was led by Troy
Jordan's 44.
Other Panthers scores %were
Scott Hardison shooting a 47.
Ben Ellis 51, Dayton O'Kelley
51, and John Somerset 53.
Booker, who has posted the
low round for the Patriots in
eerN match until Tuesday. \\as'


the first to congratulate his
teammate.
"Parham was the first: to
congratulate Tanner," said
Kirchbarr. "And that says a lot
for our team.
"Last year Parham was the
only golfer from Pace to
advance to the regionals so he
\ ants the \\hole team to 2o in
his senior \ear."


Despite the strong start to
the season Kirchharr knows it
will definitely be tough going
for his team.
"We have .some tough
matches ahead of us," said
Kirchharr. "But hopefully we
can continue to play well."
In %olleyball it proVed to be
a tough start to the %week as
Milton. Pace, and JaN all


A Jay player, who was not indentifed in the team's roster, is seen
attempting to bump the ball over the net in a match earlier this sea-
son at Jay High School.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


dropped matches on the road.
Jay fell to (0-2 in District 1-
2A in four games 10-25, 25-'21
25-19, and 25-21.
Jay, 4-5 overall, won the
first game, but could not hold
off the Lady Crusaders as
Rachel Wass logged six kills to
lead PCA.
No stats were made avail-
able after th.e game despite a
request from the Press Gazette.
Jay will be hosting Central.
who was ranked No. 7 in the
Florida Sports Writers
.Association Poll last week on
Monday.
Pine Forest defeated
Milton three games to one as
the Lady Panthers fell to 2-3 in
District 1-4A and 2-6 overall.
'The scores of the four
games were 25-23, 25-23, 25-
12, and 25-17.
Milton will host Pensacola
on Sept. 11 on their next home
game.
No stats were made avail-
able after the game despite the


Press Gazette's attempt to
reach Milton coach Lori
Erickson.
Pace took Tate to four
games before Tate dispatched
the Lady Patriots three games
to one, 20-25. 26-2-. 25-15.
and 25-14
With the loss Pace fell to 3-
4 on the season and 1-3 in
District 1-5A.
"Our passing hurt us." said
Pace coach JennN Condon fol-
low ing the game. "\We are
going to work on that at prac-
tice.
"There is also going to be a
lot of running in\olhed.
Lindse_ McLellan who
registered 11 kills. fi\e digs.
and 14 serves on the night led
Pace statistically.
Pace will be off until they
host Crestview on Sept. 12 in a
district match-up.

' Stoiv written by
Bill Gamblin. Reach hin
at spoirss@s'srpt'ssgatctle.comn


I' om u it pot R s lt


Tuesday Night
Church League
Oops Alley
August 29, 2006


, ... , LEasi Bay Pensacola Bay Navarre Beachn iacKwater River
. ' SunJ,'.,, September 10, 2006 Sunday, September 10, 2006 Sunday, September 10, 2006 Sunday, September 10, 2006
''l re un is always below the 12:37 AM 1.32 Feet The sun is always below the 2:17 AM 1.59 Feet
'". n.Ir. today. 6:30 AM Sun rise horizon today. 6:30 AM Sun rise ,
S - - ! 2 A.M 1.59 Feet 9:36 AM 0.36 Feet 6:14 AM 0.50 Feet 9:40 AM Moon set
Y ' 39 kM Moon set 9:40 AM Moon set 9:39 AM Moon set 11:23 AM 0.43 Feet J
10:53 AM 0.43 Feet 7:01 PM Sun set 10:28 PM 1.62 Feet 7:00 PM Sun set
8:54 PM Moon rise 8:55 PM .1, ,, ,, , 8;54 PM Moon ,rise


Monday, Sept. 11, 2006
1:42 AM 1.96 Feet
6:30 AM Sun rise
10:49 AM Moon set
.12:29 PM 0.22 Feet
6:58 PM Sun set
9:33 PM Moon rise

Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2006
2:22 AM 2.20 Feet
6:30 AM Sun rise
11:59 AM Moon set
2:06 PM 0.10 Feet
6:57 PM Sun set .
10:17 PM Moon rise

Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2006
3:16 AM 2.31 Feet
6:31 AM Sun rise
1:06 PM Moon set
3:49 PM 0.05 Feet
6:56 PM Sun set
11:07 PM Moon rise


Monday, Sept. 11, 2006
Monday, Sept. 11, 2006 6:30 AM Sun rise
The sun is always below the 10:21 AM 0.37 Feet
horizon today. 10:49 AM Moon set
12:58 AM 1.63 Feet 6:58 PM Sun set
10:51 AM Moon set 9:33 PM Moon rise
11:12AM 0.18 Feet 11:20 PM 1.82 Feet
9:34 PM Moon rise
Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2006
Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2006 6:30 AM Sun rise
1:38AM 1.83Feet 11:58AM 0.18Feet
6:32 AM Sun rise 11:59 AM Moon set
12:00 PM Moon set 6:57 PM Sun set
12:49 PM 0.09 Feet 10:17 PM Moon rise
6:58 PM Sun set '
10:18 PM Moon rise Wednesday, Sept. 13; 2006.
12:17.AM 1.91 Feet
Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2006 6:31 AM Sun rise
2:32 AM 1.93 Feet 1:06 PM Moon set
6:32 AM Sun rise 1:08 PM 0.06 Feet
1:07 PM Moon set 6:55 PM Sun set
,2:32 PM 0.04 Feet, 11:07 PM Moon rise
6:57 PM Sun set
11:08 PM Moon rise


Monday, Sept. 11, 2006
The sun is always below the
horizon today.
2:38 AM 1.96 Feet
10:50 AM Moon set *
12:59 PM 0.22 Feet �
9:33 PM Moon rise

Tuesday, Sep. 12, 2006
3:18 AM 2.20 Feet
6:31 AM Sun rise
12:00 PM Moon set
2:36 PM 0.10 Feet
6:57 PM Sun set
10:17 PM Moon rise

Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2006
4:12 AM 2:31 Feet
6:31 AM Sun rise
1:07 PM Moon set
4:19 PM 0.05 Feet
6:56 PM Sun set
11:07 PM Moon rise


High Game Men: Bob Kukuk -
212
High Game \\omene Bert,
Hamm - 193
Hight Game Team: Craz, Eights -

High Serie- Men: lim Lindberg -
566
High Series Women: Betty
Hamrn - 498
High Series Team: Crazy Eights -
1942

League O'erall Standing,- 1
Craz,i Eghts 8-4 2. The Bo,\ling
Siones .-5. 3. P.C.C. --5. 4.
Bulldogs -.5 ' Cinco Lucos, 6-6 6.
The Choe OnIs 6-6 Th-
Re\ alators. 6-6, 8. Cheeseburger. 5-
- 9. lis Fi I 5- 10 Spare Peace-.


Tanglev. odd Ladies-
Golf Association
Play Da'
August 29, 2006(

Game played: first nine holes oci d
nunibers ,nd -econrd nine holes
e\en number s
st - Sue Doyle
2nd - Bobbi Utt
3rd - Dean Williams
Chip-ins - E\elrn Gardner .

Stonebrook
Ladies Association
Belle of the Month - Liz Giles
Tuesday
Flight A
Gross: 1. Bonnie Cook, 2. Sue
.Coyler, 3. Melaine Duvall.
Net: 1. Diane Johnson, 2. Lind
Reddish, 3. Kateri Baker.
Flight B
Gross: 1. Susanne Nazario, 2. Flora
Kyle, 3. Vicki McMurray.
Net: 1. Liz Giles, 2. Janet Miller, 3.
Mary Woltersdorf.
Birdies: Sue Coyler, Bonnie Cook,'
Gayle Clifton.
Chip-ins: Joyce Parazine, Susanne
Nezario, Liz Giles, Mary
Woltersdorf. ,

Southern Raceway
Sept. 2, 2006
Open Wheel Modified Feature:
1. Aaron Perritt, 2. Buddy
White, 3. Joe Phillips, 4. Michael


Porterm .5. Calvin Cook, 6. less
Barnhill, 7. Greg Hopkins, 8.
Wesley Griftin, 9. Rocky
Hudson, ]0. Steve Rushing, 11.
lerry Bohlman, 12. Eddie
Tribble, 13. left Mickelson, 14.
Ton\ Robinson 15. Nick Poole,
16. Eli W illiams
Street Stock Feature: 1 lAdam
Ellison, 2. lason Dollar 3. Tons
Thomaston 4 Clint Holmes 5
Brad Lee 6. Malt Mlimle. -
Tomrn', Needham 8 Bubba
Fletcher, 9. lerry Kemp, 10.
Brandon Harris, 11. Shawn
Kemp, 12. Cecil Brewer, 13.
Tim Chopp. 14 Michael Porter
15. Calvin Carle.,, 16. Rick
No% ak.
Laie Model Fealtue 1 Stephen
Brantles 2. Shep Lucas 3
lonathin liner 4 Heath
Ocestricher 5 Russell Flhnn 6.
Scan Hicker.son - RickN
Solomnan 8 Keith H'ouse. 9
Ronnie Robert.. 10 Stee
Kemp, 11. Deiin lIones. 12
Frank W'ilson.
Hogg Feature 1. Icseph loiner
2. Tim Donaldlonr, 3. Rock\
Bod, 4. Mlan Seotz, 5. Ste'.en
lernigan. 6 luriathonr COtton,
. Case Kilpjtrick, 3. Zach
Bul), 'i GeC:rrge Hughe. 1i0.
Lee \\ kicker 11 Ste\en Fret'.ell.
12, Dakota Giegory, 13. Hunter
Niemi, 14. Chris ,Anderson, 15.
Billy Fletcher, 16. Robert
Balkum.
Hobby Feature: 1. Devin Jones,
2. Ricky Gilmore, 3. Tim Fowler,
4. Alan Colley, 5. Lee Carter, 6.
Brandon Kilpatrick, 7. Martin
Tucker, 8. Jeff Busby, 9. Dale
Bush, 10. Bo Bailey, 11. Thomas
Meyers, 12. Albet Beltz, 13.
Tony Gibbs, 14. Dean Shaw.
Vintage Feature: 1. Chris
Bayhi, 2. Stuart Wilson, 3. Bill
Blum, 4. Lucas Morris, 5.
Jimbo Sommers, 6. Hunter
Davis, 7. Ernest Morris, 8.
Gary Bowman, 9. Jay Jones,
10. Wesley Griffin, 11. Zach
Howard, BF/SP Danny Shores.
Stinger Feature: 1. Robert
Garrett, 2. Preston Porter, 3.
Shawn Charltnh, 4. John
Harvey, 5. John Venter, 6.
James Ray, 7. Chris DeAngleo,
8. John Upshaw, 9. Cliff
Robinson, 10. Taly Warrick, 11.
John Ray, 12. Michael Roland,
13. John Jones, 14.. Michael
Estridge, BF/SP. Bobby Jones.


'Sports


Page 3-B


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Sports


Titan


Continued From Page One
this week if I am read,,." admit-
ted Finnegan. "I told them I
was.
"I feel the way I can show
them that is at practice and by
playing good on defense so it
will build up their faith in me."
Despite focusing on
defense and making sure he
knows all of his assignments,
Finnegan will most likely make
his debut on special teams
where he is currently listed
third on the depth chart at left
comer back behind Reynaldo
Hill and Andre Woolfolk and,
third at punt returns behind
"Pacman' Jones arid Bobby
Wade.
"I am looking forward to
playing a lot of special teams."
said Finnegan. ,' ho was a three-'
time All-OVC honoree. "Biut it
all starts first v. ith defense."
SFinrnegan, who played safe-
ty at Samford University, was
the first Bulldog drafted from
the school since Gary Fleming
was a seventh round selection
by the Baltimore Colts in 1969.
During . his senior year in
Birmingham he ranked first in
the OVC with an average of
15.1 yards per punt return and
'led the team for the third con-
secutive season with 98 tackle,'
in 2005.
With a 25.1 yard per kick-
off aeraoe Finnegan was sec-
orid in the conference last sea-
son and he finished his career
ranked second all-time in tack-'
les'with,338.
Despite 'having some,
nerves heading into this first
career NFL regular season
game, Finneganr is enjoying the
moment to it's fullest.
S "This is too fun," said
Finnegan. "People tell me; I'm.
never serious.
" But the day I stop having
fun I will let it go."
One of, the biggest
moments for Finnegan was
when he realized he had made
the Titans while some of the
people he had gotten to know,
such as former Titan Jarred
'Payton, cut irom the team
"I realized it when the
Saturday 'deadline came and
passed," said Finnegan. "When
people you have gotten to know
are no longer with the team it


sho"s ou ho" real this busi-
ness is.
"That is the nature of the
game and .you ha\e to prepare
Nours.elf and take care of your
business at practice and on the
field as \well."
Since he is splitting time
between Milton and Nash'ille.
ho" has the adjustment been
for Finnegan. who hold the
NC.AA Dilision I-AA career
record %\ith a 28.3 kickoff
return average and a Bulldogs
school record with 263 return
yards in a single game back in
2002.
"Nashville has welcomed
me with open arms and it'has
,been a good experience.'"
laughed Finnegan "I usually go
to Da\e and Buster's Arcade as
one of m\ favorite spots about
tm ice a week.
"That is \\here I spend all
mi money."
So has the former Milton
first team All-State honoree in
football and former basketball
point guard thought about step-
ping on to LP Field in front of a
capacity\ crowd of just under
69.000:t ?
"'Playing the first game at
home \\ill definitely be an
advantage." said Finnegan. "I
have seen ho" the cro\\d can
fire up the team.
"\What %e \ill ha\e to do to
keep them fired up is play
assignment football and control
the ball the entire game
So does Courtland feel like
his is fitting the plan the Titans
had for him \'hen they drafted,
him'?
.\\ hen I. was drafted they
had- a plan in place," said
Finnegan. "'No\. it is up to me
to show them I fit the plan;.
"That is ho%\ the business is
and you can. never .get compla-,
cent." .
Despite all of his .talent and
awards as a player in high
school and in college, Finnegan
will be the first to tell you noth-
ing was ever easy for him.
"For me this is a steady
climb up hill." said Finnegan.
"I v ish it came easy for me. but'
nothing is easy at this'level."

Story written by
Bill Gamblin.. Reach him
at spi'r ,'A'-.spresit' e s. Lm:eue.com'i


Courtland Finnegan, a former standout at Milton High School, is
expected to see playing time this Sunday against the New York Jets
as the NFL's 2006 season gets underway at LG Field in Nashville.
Finnegan saw considerable time during the Titans pre-season games
against Atlanta and Green Bay.
Tennessee Titans photo by Gary Glenn


Former Pensacola Pelican skipper Kash Beauchamp is seen watching and evaluating his players during spring drills this season at Pelican.
Park on the University of West Florida Campus. Beauchamp has taken a front office position with the Southern Coast Independent Baseball,
League based out of Conyers, Ga., which will put him closer to his family.
, Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblln;


Kash


Contifulted Firom1 Parse One
Team.
"The entire Pelicans organ-
ization thank him for e'ery-
thing that he has done %with the
Pelicans and wish him the best
of luck." said Pelicans general
manager Talmadge Nunnari.
"'His new job gives him an
opportunity to live closer to his
children, which has always
been important part of his life."
Nunnari added that the
Pelicans are now in search of a
field manager for the 2007 sea-
son but are in no hurrN to name
Beauchamp's successor.
Before Thursday 's
announcement Beauchamp
commented this \\as more than
%what he expected. as this has
been a topsy-turv. year to say
the least.
"This has been a very diffi-
cult season for me." said
Beauchamp. "And I must admit


it has been a very disappointing
second half.
"But I am the manager and
it all starts and ends with me."
For Beauchamp he had to
deal with the loss of pitching
coach Craig Bjornson. "\ho
%\as hired by the Los Angles
Dodgers organization.
Then came the injurN to
Rusts Begnaud. who at the
time led the league \with six
wins, followed by Clint
Sodowsk,'s contract being
purchased by the Atlanta
Braves.
While all of this was going
on catcher Jose Yepez \\as
recovering from a knee injury.
Then in the second half of
the season the Pelicans traded
Larry Bethea, while the
Yankees picked up the contract
of Carlos Mendoza.
"For me losing Craig %\as a
big loss because I depend on


OUTTA' THE

WOODS -M


iE01 By Tony Yo
* Tony.Young@MyFW
Florida Fish and
* � Conservation Comr




Grab Your Bow
'Cause Huntin'
Season's Here

Summer's officially over even
though you can't tell 'cause it's
still so hot and sticky outside.
We've finished our preseason
scouting and hung our tree stands
along well-tihveled deer trails,
hopefully next to a mature white
oak that'll begin dropping acorns
,soon. Finally - the nune of year
we've been waiting for is here -
the beginning of football season,
and better yet, opening day of
hunting season,. specifically.,
archery.
SArcher) season pro% ides a
great opportunity, to take a troph\
whitetail and is arguably one of
the best times to do so, along
with hunting the rut. If you're
stealthy enough and have done
your homework, you've got a
good chance of having a nice one
walk out in front of you.
Florida's divided into three
hunting zones, and you'll need to
know which zone you'll be hunt-
ing in because season dates vary.
Hunting season comes in first
in the South Hunting Zone where
archery season begins Sept. 9 and
ends Oct., 8. Next up is the
Central Zone which runs Sept. 23
- Oct. 22. In the Northwest
Hunting Zone, archery season
begins Oct. 14 and ends Nov. 12.,
To hunt during archery season,
you'll need a Florida hunting
license and an archery permit.
If you're a Florida resident, a
hunting license costs $12.50.


Nonresidents nmaj pay 4-16.50 for
a 10-da4 license or $151.50 for
12 months The archer permit
costs $5 for in-state and out-of-
staters.
Anyone planning to hunt one of
Florida's many wildlife manage-
ment areas i\VM:\1s) must pur-
chase a management area permit
for $26.50.
All of these are available at
county tax collectors' offices,
retail outlets that sell hunting and
fishing supplies, or by calling
toll-free '1-888-HUNT-FLORIDA
or clicking MyFWC.com/license.
The most common game to take
during archery season are deer
and %,ild hog During this period.
deer of either se,. are legal game.
regardless of antler size (except
for spotted fawns). The daily bag
Limit on deer is two. Bag limits
on WMAs can differ, so consult
the area brochure.
Wild hogs are considered live-
stock on private lands and - with
landowner permission - can be
hunted year-round with no bag or
size limits. On most WMAs,
there's no bag or size limits, and
hogs are legal to take during any
hunting season except spring
turkey. On a few WMAs, limits do
apply so check the area brochure.
In addition to hunting big
game, it's also legal to shoot gob-
blers or bearded- turkeys during
archery season. Only one can be
taken per day and there's a two-
bird fall-season limit. It's against
the law to hunt turkeys in Holmes
County during this period, and
you can't shoot turkeys while


the pitching coach since I am
more accustomed to teaching
hitting." said Beauchamp. "In
the first half of the year I
though '%e had the best pitching
and defense in the league."
But the Pelicans started
losing some leaders.
"'After losing Rust' and
Clint %\e definitely had some
holes we needed to fill and the
players have started making
adjustments to that." said
Pelicans General Manager
Talmadge Nunnari. "At times I
still feel %we are void of the
leadership we had that led the
first half charge, but we have
guys w\ho I hope will help us
long term.
"Right now we get good
pitching and %we might not hit
the ball or ha'e a defensive
breakdown; not all three parts
are clicking at the same time."
Management is looking to


They're on the roost, over bait,
when you're %i thin 10)0 yards of
a game-feeding station or with
the aid of recorded turkey calls.
If y6u'ie quite the marksman,
gra. squirrel. quail and rabbit are
three other species legal to fake
during archery season. and there's
a daily\ bag limit of 12for each.
Only bo%%s ma, be used during
archers season - no crossboo1s
allocted, e,'cept for hunters with a
disabled crossbo permit. Botts
must hate a minimum drma%
weight of 35 pounds. and hand-
held releases are permitted. For
hunting deer, hog and turkey,
broadheads must have at least
two sharpened edges %iith a mini-
mum width of 7/8 inch.
1, Legal shooting hours are a half-
hour before sunrise to a half-hour
after sunset. Except for turkeys,
you're permitted to take resident
game over corn or soybeans, as
long as the game-feeding sta-
tion's been established for at least
six months and maintained year-
round. It's against the law to use
such bait on. WMAs.
Some' things you can't do dur-
ing archer se.lson include pos-
sessing tilearms, using ep!iosivc
or drug-injecting arrows, using
bows equipped with electronic
computational or laser sights and
possessing a bow on an airboat in
Miami-Dade County.
You can't use dogs to hunt
deer, hogs or turkeys, but you can
use bird-dogs if quail hunting. �
Otherwise, the only time you can
have a dog in the woods while
hunting is on a leash, and you're
using it to trail wounded game.
Here's hoping all your prepara-
tion and persistence pays off and
wishing you luck on taking that
monster buck. As always, have
fun, hunt safely and ethically, and
we'll see you in the woods!

Every archery season, Tony)
Young looks forward to getting a
jump on the season and putting
in some early-morning bowhunt-
ing sessions with good friends.


handle that aspect o'er the w\in-i
ter. as this x\as the first time in!
the team's five-year history that'
they missed the postseason.
No\\ that Beauchamp has;
made his move the Pelicansi
\ill be taking their time when'
it comes to naming their third,
manager in as many season. '
"As with any independent
organization the key to success:
is finding the right players to;
get the job done and despite all:
of sour efforts it doesn't'
al" a.y s work out." said,
Nunnari. "I feel like we were:
one or two key players away
from doing much better this'
season than we have done.
"That is something we will
definitely be looking at during
the off season."

Story written by;
Bill Gamblin. Reach hinr
at sports'@'srpressga:ette.comi


New awvv h.nampmn sweve rury
announces the "Reign of the
Redneck".

OSW takes to

the mat tonight
By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
Old School Wrestling could
'have a new look tonight when thq
bell rings at 7:30 p.m. in the Santa
Rosa Auditorium.
It appears the war between
OSW and the PWA is beginning
to take its toll as rumors havoc
Maze, the former OSW
Heavyweight Champion. Cruz,
Vortex, and Mr. Electricity Jerry
Reiner possibly missing the show,
A couple of big bouts are
expects as Chief Iron Claw, Steve
Savage, and current OSWX
Heavyweight Champion Steve
Fury are expected to take on
Bobby Doll, McNasty and a part-
ner who has yet to be named.
Back on Aug. 19, Doll was
mysteriously absent from his
match against the Chief and had
sent McNasty in his place.
Another heated battle is devel-
oping between Adrian Whisper
and Mercury McCloud.
In their last match Whisper
drew blood quickly and thero
could be more blood spilled
between McCloud and the former
NWA New South Heavyweiglt
Champion and current Xtreme
Insane Wrestling Champion.
Rumor has it the two will face
off in a match where fall would
count anywhere in thf
Auditorium.


Pan 4.


The Santa'Rosa Press Gazette


Saturday" September 9, 2006





















I 90 ANNOUNCEMENTS
S92 AUCTIONS
t 94 MEETINGS
S96 PERSONALS
9. 8 TRAINING
1 EMPLOYMENT
102 DRIVERS.
104 GENERAL HELP
i 106-HOME BASED
S - BUSINESS
S108 HOTEL/MOTELS/
1 RESTAURANTS
S.110 LABOR
- 112 MANAGEMENT
1' i4 MEDICAL
S116 OFFICE WORK
S118PARTTIME
S120 PROFESSIONAL
' 122 RETAIL
S124 SALES/
TELEMARKETING
126 SKILLS/TRADE
128 POSITIONS WANTED
GARAGE SALES -
STYLES SECTION-WED.
202 GARAGE SALES-SAT.
SERVICES
305 AUTO
310 BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
315 BUSINESS SERVICES
320 CHILD CARE
P 325 DOMESTIC
." 330 EQUIPMENT REPAIR
335 FINANCIAL SERVICES
-, 340 HOME REPAIR
345 LAWN CARE
P 350 SENIOR CARE
355 SEWING/ALTERATIONS
'360 MISCELLANEOUS
SANTA ROSA
- REAL ESTATE-RENT
402 APARTMENTS
404 COMMERCIAL
406 HOMES
408 LAND
410 MOBILE HOMES
412 ROOMS FOR RENT
414 ROOMMATES WANTED
416 VACATIONiRESORT
SANTA ROSA
REAL ESTATE-SALE
502 APARTMENTS
504 COMMERCIAL
506 HOMES
508 INVESTMENTS
510 LAND
512 MOBILE HOMES
514 VACATION/RESORT
PETS/ANIMALS
702 BOARDING
704 LIVESTOCK
706 LIVESTOCK SUPPLIES
< 708 PETS
710 PET SUPPLIES
, 712 LOST PETS
' GENERAL MERCHANDISE
, 802 ANTIQUES
i 804 APPAREL
806 APPLIANCES
,; 808 ARTS & CRAFTS

812 FARM EQUIPMENT
iS 814 FURNITURE
816 JEWELRY
818 LAWN EQUIPMENT
820 LUMBER, HARDWARE
822 MUSICAL
INSTRUMENTS
824 OFFICE EQUIPMENT
826 SPORTING GOODS
828 ELECTRONIC
(STEREO TV/VCR)
830 MISC.iSALE
832 MISC. WANTED
834 LOST MERCHANDISE
TRANSPORTATION
902 AUTO SUPPLIES
904 CARS
906 BOATS
S908 FARM EQUIPMENT
910 MOTORCYCLES
912 MOTOR HOMES
914 RECREATIONAL
916 SPORTS UTILITY
* VEHICLE
918 TRUCKS
920 VANS
922 OTHER


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NESS?'" Dramah-
cally increase sales
by accepting all ma-
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cards. 0�c Discount
rates' Free start up'
Free equipment up-
grades' 1800i568-
9115
5.200 GUARAN-
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TAXES A-RATED
SAFE CAPITAL
GROUP i800)692-
6893
BORED? LADIES.
BE THE HOSTESS-
OF AN EXCITING
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AND RECEIVE
FREE GIFTS.
850-449-7592 OR
850-910-0123
BUILDING SALE!
MANUFACTURER
DIRECT Since
1980, Extensive
range of sizes'mod-
els Example.
40x100x16'=348 s
q.rt. Ends opnonal.
3-week delivery.
25 x40'x 12 53990
LIMITED OTY)
Pioneer 1800i668-
54-22
CAR DETAILING
,will come to Vc.our I.:-
cai')n, dependable
& reasonable
. ' 23-8415
CASH FLOW got
you down' Turn rial
lrc,.wil upsi.rledownl
A loan 'a wI no tees
I.\Ill Ipul v.Our rrind ,4,

Business. personal,
retinar:ce
1-866-57 7-4164
COURT RECORDS
COtTRACTOR
NEEDED' Must
iase knowledge Oi
C rniirI l C i Il,
Lien;, UCC Real
Esiale record: at rihe
Lcoin. Fa, & PC Re-
quired Fa. Re-
Sume.s t. 1 8. i8F )322-
8246. tnn Michrelle.
FOUND SET or: key
C.11 01 Churrnuckla
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ri-, oll I n lh Fad ll , on
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re-i 675-27'5-4


Expereinced servers and
staff. Interviewing
OOKnA A1ThA


2MVI - 4IV
Monday - Friday
623-3611





Must have experience.
Office/Owner's assistant.
Quickbooks Pro. Must have own
car. Great Pay, benefits and
.vacation. Fax resume
850-995-4701 or
ca11850-995-4601
between 10 am-2pm.


DEMO HOMESITES
Wanted Now, in se-
lected areas For the
New Kayak Pool -
The above. ground
pool with in-ground
features. Save $
with this unique op-
portunity. Free Esti-
maTesFAST IN-
STALLATIONIEZ Fi-
nancing. Call
18661348-7560.
HOUSE AND Ofice
cleaning. Dependa-
ble, trustworlhV, rel-
erences 623-8415
LICENSED LIFE &
Health Agents to
market full portfolio
o0 insurance prod-
ucis including a $0
Premium Medicare
Advantage plan with
Pan D. Unlimited
qualified leads Earn
75k to 125k. Man-
agement Position al.
so available for the
right candidate. Call
Larry or Steve �@
18661224-8450
ext. 5018.
ROSA AND Milton
Owens's
Flea Market
Bools. Shoes. Jeans
and More
Bargain, Bargain
All items priced 10
sell.
Pea Ridge Flea Mar-
kel
Booh t#6
or phone al
1-850-748-8870

SANTA ROSA GUN &
KNIFE SHOW
Santa Rosa County
Auditorium, Old
Bagdad Hwy Millon
September
16th & 17th
9am-5pmi
Buy Sell & Trade
Admission: Adults
$4.- 12 & under tree
Call Billy Rogers 1'''
850-957-4952
lor more inlo or Ior
Table. K35 12-days)

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WE BUY HOUSES
Any area, condition
or price. No lees. No
hassles, many op-
tions available. We
pay mortgage laies.
liens, and taxes.
CLOSE IF] 72 HRS
18661500-5363
EXT 212.



AUCTION AD
Security Sell Stor-
age 4391 Hwy 90.
Pace. FL 32571 will
sell at public auction
by compelitve ' bid- '
ding on Wednes-
day-September
20th, 2006 at 2:00
PM on premises
where said property
ras been stored
Purchases must be
paid for at lime 01
purchase in cash or
credit card only.

All -purchased items
are sold as is. where
is and music be re-
moved at the Time of
the sale Sale is
subject to cancella-
lion in the event of
settlement between
owner and obligated
party Ohice number
850-994-0033.



102
Drivers
DRIVER- S1000'
Sign on Bonus for
E;:perier ced Flatbed
Drivers. Home
Weekends-
$950+ Week. Greal
Benefits & Equip-
ment Siudenis
w.CDL-A Welcome
Call PGT i800i837-
7748
GULF COAST
REGIONAL
TRACTOR TRAILER
DRIVER
"CDL
'Clean MVR
"Fork Lift experience
'40 cents per mile
plus drop off
"Home at night

Call: 850-626-8578


Part-time in Pace.
Hours flexible. Must know
payroll and general ledger.
Income tax knowledge a plus.
Excellent pay.
Fax resume to:
(850)995-8849






RN'S and LPN'S Needed
Immediately
,%Nor. r.c.-piial exrpen r.Cc'
"Daily Instant Pay 'Direcl Deposil
"401K 'Flexible Schedules
'RN & LPN Contract Available
6400 N. Davis Hwy, Suite 5
Pensacola. FL 32504
(850)857-7797 (850)857-7880


104
General Help
DAY WAITRESS
needed for Bayou
Cafe.
Call 994-9232.

DRIVER TRAINEES
NEEDED NOW!!!
Werner needs entry-
level semi drivers.
No exp. required.
Avg. $36k+ 1st yr!
60,% home
nightly/weekly. CDL
training in your area.
1-866-280-5309
FULL TIME
Office help needed
for a local contrac-
tor Strong organiza-
tional skills, comput-
er skills a plus.
Strong people skills
Hours M-F
7-30am-4pm
Call for details
623-3090
FULL-CHARGE
BOOKKEEPER
Part-time in Pace.
Hours flexible must
know payroll and
general ledger. In-
come Tax knowl-
edge a plus Excel-
lent Pay.
Fax resume to-
1850)995-8849
HANDYMAN EXPE-
RIENCE or no expe-
rience. East Gale
Mobile Home
Ranch. 626-8973
HELP WANTED
Experienced weight
loss control counse-
lor. Call for an ap-
poinimert 994-6840
HELP WANTED
Root Leak Repair
Specialist
Pay pending experi-
ence Sepd work ex-
perience into to-
Leakmasier
PO Box 842
Million FL 32572-
0842
LOCAL CHURCH
seeking nursery
worker lor Wednes-
day night and Sun-
day morning; ap-
proximately 6 to 8
hours a week Call
623-6683 lor more
inir.rmaion


102
Drivers
DRIVER-HIRING
QUALIFIED DRIV-
ERS for Central
Florida Local & Na-
tional OTR posi-
tions. Food grade
tanker, no hazmat,
no pumps, great
benefits, competitive
pay & new equip-
ment. Need 2 years
experience. Call By-
num Transport for
your opportunity to-
day 1800)741-7950
DRIVER:
EARNINGS over
$50.000 per year &
Home Weekends!
Looking for drivers
for Dedicated Cus-
tomer
No back-hauls
Paid Odometer
Mileage Loaded &
Empty.
Excellent benefits
and bonus program'
Call Bill or Neal lor
details
@866-592-7006
DRIVER: YOU
WANT IT, WE
HAVE IT, Solo,
learns, owner opera-
tors, company drive.
ers. students, recent
grads, regional,
dedicated, long
haul.
Van. flatbed Must
be 21 CRST Career
Center 18001940-
2778, www drive-
orrsi corn

104
General Help
BREAKFAST COOK
needed for Bayou
Cale
Call 994-9232.
CERTIFIED NURS-
ING ASSISTANTS
Looking hor caring &
ccmpassionate per-
sonnel to provide
onre-on-one care ftor
clienis in Escambia
& Santa Rosa Coun-
iies Fle:.:,:.le hours
great pa,. Apply in
person at 4000
HWi 90, Suiie G -
Pace


Part time Sales Associate at
Nixon's
Clothing Store.
Retail experience
required. Apply at
5061 Dogwood Dr
in Milton.




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


114
Medical
RUN'S & LPN'S
Needed Immediately
twiTri hospital experi-
encei
"Daily Instant PaRv
"Direct Deppsit
"401K 'Flexible
Schedules " Rn &
LPtN Coniract Avail-
able.
Swannee Medical
Personnel
6400 N Davis Hwv
Suite 5
Pensa,:ola,FL 3250-4
1850i 857-7797
l8501357-07S0 0-l':I'.

124
Sales &
Telemarketing

LIBERTY
NATIONAL
Life Insurance Co
Is expanding its
operation and is
looking for people
to fill insurance
sales & service
positions Average
annual earnings
$48.554 Fringe
benefit package.
2 retirement funds
health insurance.
paid vacation
convention trips .5
many others
No experience
necessary We
have on the .lob
training Coniaci
Jonathan Jones at
983-7576 or
Fax
resume i)
850-682-15223
Liberty National
is an EOE


126
Skills/Trade
CUSTOM DESIGN
Inriecrs
low ruring-icp pay'
General Laborer
Melal Polisher
Aluminum & S Sleel
Welder
Call: 850-995-4544


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

SECURITY GUARDS
Wanted full or part-
time. Licensed or
Unlicensed.
850-438-
YARD HELP for
Landscape Supply
business. Good, val-
id drivers license &
forklift experience a
plus. Monday-Friday
8-5, Saturdays 8-12.
Call 850-626-8578.
114
Medical
MEDICAL STAFF
NEEDED !'SIGN -
ON BONUSES",

All Areas ol Fla.
LPN .0lyr exp.i
FLOOR STAFF for

HOSPITALS. Per
Diem or 13'26 wk
C.N.A.S. PHELB
P.C.T 1-877-80-
S T.A.F F.


~4,
~.


126
Skills/Trade
MECHANICS: UP to
$20.000 bonus.
Keep ihe Army Na-
lional Guard Rolling.
Fix Humvees, Stryk-
ers, etc. Expand
your skills through
career training. Be a
soldier. 1-800-GO-
GUARD.com.'me-
chanic himl

128
Positions Wanted
HARD WORKING
cleaning person
needed long term for
growing cleaning
business. Call 994-
1785



GARAGE SALE
Sal. 91h & Sun. 10th
5x8 enclosed Wells
Fargo Trailer, misc.
Tools, mechanic, car-
pet & carpentry. All
or part 4511 Ice
Corner Mattador
South of Hwy 90.
East of Avalon.

GARAGE SALE
Sat Sept. 23rd,
7am-2pm 6353 Ja-
son Dr. o01 of Willard
rlorris. A lot of misc.
items
GARAGE SALE-
SATURDAY only
Sept 9[h 7am-'
5757 Truluck Ave
Household Items &
Clothes
LAWN EQUIP-
MENT, tools.
ci otrei . I irnilure.
riot, nac.carcollEci-
abLlec new and used
items. Two family
yard sale 6324 Mat-
ador Sireel in Milton


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310,
Business
Opportunities
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inspection and re-
mediation . training.
Get certified as .a
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career.'
Call: Brenda Aderhold


CITY
Full time


315
Business Services
LACEY
FENCING & Deck-.
ing,INC. services in-
clude fencing, deck-
ing, and marine con-
struction.licerised &
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 too big nor to
stnall. Call 698-8327'
or 626-9164.
. BELINDA'S
CLEANING Service:
Syou make their
mess ...wwe do the
restl.
Please Call: 206-
6763

B &B HOME
IMPROVEMENTS
25 years experience.
Free estimates
Licensed & Insured
Call anytime!
(850) 981-3936
"No job too small!"


(Svc Tech III). Reqs. H.S. dip. �or equiv.
St. of FL driv. lic. - class B CDL air bks.
and N endorsement within 3 mos.
Possession of or ability for Class C water
& wastewater collection lic. req by state.
Five yrs. exp. in potable water dist. &
sanitary sewage collection system.
Contact Landrum Staffing at :
850-476-5100 for details. Aps accepted
thru Sept. 15, 2006. City is DFW & EOE.;
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315
Business Services
BROWN'S HAUL-.
ING, INC.
Land clearing
Dirt' work
Free Estimates
Brown fill or clay
$1i60.00 per load in
the Milton area.
850-983-1590 office
850-554-3507 cell
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.

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1850N."W"St.
(1 blk. N. of Flea Market)
DOUBLE "B" Land
-Clearing. Backhoe
Work. Licensed and
Insured. Bryen Bal-
lard. (850)994-5740
or (850)232-1581.


315 *
Business Services
GRANNY & NANNY
Old Fashioned
house cleaning with
old fashioned prices.
983-7394 .
HOUSEHOLD TERMITE &
PESTCONTROL;
'Real Estate Inspections
'*Guarenteed Pest Control:
*Fomosan Termite Cover-
age


315
Business Services
MCARTHUR'S
STUMP GRINDING
623-6634 '
Call for Pat: . .
293-6500 or :
Call for Doug:.,
607-4798


315
Business Services
SS &T Siding and
SWindows
Windows, Doors
Siding &Soofit and
Storm Shutters:
Owner: CRC. Todd
Griffitts
: 850-259-8474
850-537-8485
Free Estimates


315
Business Services
TRI-STATE ELECTRI-
CAL CONSTR, INC.
:Your Total Electric
Contractor Since
1974
Lightning Protection
*Generators * Land-:
scape Lighting
* Commercial * Resi-
dential
Office: 623-8087.
Fax: 623-8083


345
Lawn Care
CLARK'S LAWN
CARE General
Maintenance & All
Types of Tractor
Work - Licensed &
Insured. Call: Mike
Clark at 626-2428


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90 in.Pace are now
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apartments.



994-4353


315
Business Services

CURTIS PENTON
Farms. Fresh
Squash, Okrah,
Cucumbers;,
Tomatoes, Peas,
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SHwy. 87 North,
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402
Apartments '
FOR RENT
2/BR 2/BAC>'
$650/mth plus se?"-
curity depos.it Pi
Across from Milton
High School. 4188A:'
2054 or 435-5099 a .
FOR RENT ^
2/BR 1/BA 8004a
sq:ft. duplex. Avalon
area. 1919 Lodge-.
pole Dr. Milton. i1s
$615/$615 deposit ,-
850-554-8138
FOR RENT
In Milton 3/BR 1/BA
central heat/ac, apci
pliances furnished. ;
No Pets. $750/mth
$750/deposit.
.626-0179 or 255-
1459.": " : .
FOR RENT
Milton-. very nice.
2/BR 2/BA duple ;
for rent. Completely?
remodeled, has fire!
place. Aprox ,1300
square ' foot. Very
nice area. $700/mtt:,
$700/deposit.
995-4335
SFOR RENT
Pace - 1/BR 1/BA
Apalrtment for rentfi
water/garbage and"
sewer furnished.
Clean and Quiet?,
$285/mth $285/de-
posit 995-4335 '
404
Commercial
FOR RENT 3
Garage - 1500 sq. f
2 bays, 1 lift on 1/;
acre. Large com-
pressor, 1 block off
Hwy 90. 626-7612,
or 686-0090
GULF BREEZE
Commercial spacer,
* for lease in very^)
busy shopping cen-
ter.' 500 square fot
Great location with
variety of differentti%
businesses.
* 995-4335
OFFICE SPACE
FOR LEASE _
A6i Dflr'o Park,







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404
. Commercial
MILTON/coMMERICAL
OFFICE space for
rent: Aprox 2000,
square foot on Stew-
art Street in Milton.
Perfect for Profes-
siorial Office Space.
Very nice and clean.
$900/mth $900/de-
posit. 995-4335

406
Homes
2 BEDROOM 1 bath
home, Historical Mil-
ton near riverwalk.
References.,
/ required.
Phone # 255-3437
S2 BR/1BA
CH & AC
New Carpet!
Water, Sewer, Gar-
bage Included.
$475./$450.
Triplex-Dearborn &
Peachtree in Milton
1. block off Stewart
(center apartment
facing Dearbotn)
Drive by, then leave
message
Call: 712-7513
3 BD/2BA Newly ie-
modeled, central
heat and air, carport,
excellent location,
.near elementary
schools. $850 month
., $500 deposit
623-9553
BEDROOM 2 Bath
Brick home on 2
lots, 200x150 ft.
Covered screened
patio porch. Central
Heat and Air. Seper-
'ate Workshop. 2
blocks from Wal
nart in Pace, FL.
$1,200 month.
Call 623-1945
BRAND NEW home
for rent $995/mo,
3Br/2Ba, 20-minutes
to Pensacola. Call
384-9405


406
Homes
FOR RENT

*2/2 Horne 7867
South Airport Rd.
Milton $825

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

4/2 Home, Milton.
6001 Ridgeview Dr.
$1300

3/2 Home, Milton
4545 Hayes Rd.
$850

Santa Rosa Realty
623-0077
FOR RENT 1900 sq
ft. 3bd/2ba house
$1000 a month rent
$1000 deposit, be-
hind Walmart. Priva-
cy fenced back yard
698-8337
FOR RENT
Milton -Nice 4/BR
2/BA home. Close to
High School and 'in
very nice . area.
$900,mth $900/de-
posit 995-4335
FOR RENT
Small 3/BR 1 12/BA
$375/mih. 994-8865
HOME FOR Rent
Milton 1lbd/1ba Du-
plex 1 Block Westof
Milton Courthouse
5189 Santa Rosa St
$390/$390
Call:02514275
384-4361
MILTON 3BD/2BA
1500 sq ft home. 2
car garage, fireplace.
$950 a month, non
smokers.
Call 572-6868
RENTALS 2 to 3 BR
in Jay. Milton and
Pace. $400 to $650
per month. Call:
994-5703


ACROSS
Inits. on an F-117
Was overly fond of
Arch
The Little __ Prince
Poe family-name
Show fear
Walked
Tableau
Sometimes-bearded
flower
Bled
Death row reprieve
Chair back
ornaments
More irate
Sacred song
Quayle's st.
Humdrum one
Oola's Alley
Natives of Oulu
Health club amenity
All-terrain vehicle,
for short
Open-mouthed
Cohere
"Diving __ the
Wreck" (Adrienne
Rich)
Ending for king or
bore
Grace under
pressure
"Rocket Man" singer
John


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44.
45.
46.
48.
52.

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56.
57.
59.
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63.
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406
Homes
PACE 3BD/2BA
Newer doublewide,
very clean, w/d
hookup partially
fenced. 2 decks,
non
smoking, $700 a
month/ with early
payment
discount.$700 de-
posit. Call: 623-8628

408
Land

LAND FOR SALE
Refer to
Classification
#510

410
Mobile Homes
3/DBR 2/BA Single-.
wide mobile home.
7945 Kamey Court,
East Milton. total
electric. No pets,
$625/mo. $300 de-
posit. 994-7918 ,
CLEAN 2B/1 B-A,
East Milton, all appli-
ances, large tenced
yard, $400 dep $540
mo (850) 626-0523
Available 9'15.
Leave message
CLEAN 3BR/2BA
Mobile home or 1
acre. Washer.'dryer,
dishwasher, 2
porches, storage
shed. fenced-in play
yard. 15 minh.from
BACK GATE of
Whiting Field.
$625 a month
$625 deposit
Pels Negotiable with
a $250 pet fee.
Call: 957-1001
DOUBLEWIDE FOR'
rent, total electric,
on corner lot. East-
gate Mobile Home,
Ranch. Call:
626-8973


Hindustani title
Artist Warhol
Tierra __ Fuego
Norwegian
Fragrant firs
"El __ de Coca
Cola"
Word in Bush's
infamous promise
Sheep's shout
Stringed instrument
Horse cry
Zephyr
Utilizer
Lock part
Inventor's start
Roman Polanski film
Simon's Plaza _
Aerie

DOWN


1. Word on bottles of
concentrated
detergent
2. Plastic wrap brand
3. Amid
4. Provided sustenance
5. Did a cleaning job
6. Tony's cousin?
7. The Harder__ Fall
8. Dusk, to a poet
9. Thanksgiving menu
standard
0. Overflow
1. Dominant


.. 410
Mobile Homes
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
Clean 2/1 Mobile
Home, partly fur-
nished. Water/gar-
bage included. No.
Pets. .$425/mth
$300/deposit.
850-675-6614 .
FOR RENT
Very Nice 2/2, pri-
vate lot, located
south of Milton, No
Pets.' $550.'mth
$450/security- . de-
posit. Call: 994-6802
FOR RENT
Very nice 2,BR 2,BA
Mobile Home.
$550/mth $300 se-
curly deposit Credit
Check 623-8565.
HOUSE FOR RENT-
Eastgate Mobilie
Home Ranch
3 Bd lotal electric,
fenced in yard
626-8973 ,
MARLBORO
VILLAGE
. 2bd/1ba, deck,
washer/dryer hook-
, up. $400/$400.,
Call:723-2532:
MOBILE HOME
spaces for rent, can*
accommodate all
sizes, East Gate
Mobile Home Ranch
626-8973


410
Mobile Homes
NICE, QUIET, clean
park. Rent includes
water, garbage;
lawn service. Two
2bd/ 1/ba, no pets.
$480/mo. 255-7772.
Bruce Lane, Milton.

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 roommate
needed. Waterfront
propeny in Pensaco-
la. Near Navy Base,
10 minutes fromB
Perdido Key Beach-
es. $450 security
deposit. $450 rent.
needed on or before
9,5'06. Call 626-
8959 or 377-6787
ROOMMATE
NEEDED. Million
850-449-4070
ROOMMATE
WANTED
to share apanmenl.
994-1-2715
416.
Vacation & Resort
VACATION RENT-
AL Navarre Beach
1-bedroom town-
house - sleeps 4 -
completely furnished
Spool soundside -
walk to the beach &
Gulf. Best rate on
beach. $600 wkiv or
$295/week-end
Call 623-9553,.





452
Apartments




The All New!

Jay

Apartments

ui'Ai l.iwii .C.
,iu Late i[n'WC,


850-983-6995,


-

504
Commercial
1.5 AC Corner Lot
Hwy 98 Zoned HCD
Gulf Breeze
$1,200,000

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

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

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

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

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

506
Homes
1.48 AC 430h on
the Bay- Garcon'
Point $250,000
Waterfront Lot

2.38 Ac witn mobile
home and (21 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: Warida Jordan
850-384-0925 or
John Jordan 850-
420-0133
RE/MAX Total,
Properties.
Toll Free:
1-877-936-7771.'


BRAND NEW
3BDt2BA home,
brand new sub divi-
sion $149,900, Flori-
da Coast Reality,
two lo choose from
850-225-9899
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
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


506
Homes
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 Glealon Realty
477-5908
FOR SALE
6-416 Misly Lake
Drive
3/BR, 2/BA; all elec-
tric- new heal pump-
1330 heated'cooled.
cedar sided..
$169,900 .
* 850-593-6015,
after 5pm.
RealtorOwner
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
or Rent.
New Construction
3bd/2ba, quiet
neighborhood, no
smoking and pets
with approval.
$1000/$1000
Call:360-672-5727

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


506
Homes
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-inrvest-
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-
u'ated 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. Mun'son
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.
FOR SALE
8 wooded acres,
Hwy 182 in bhu-
muckla $176,00,0.
995-0491
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 Sunsels'
and serenily are
yours, at this'.beauti-
ful lakefront " com-
munity on theTN/KY
border. '90 min to.
Nashville. Close to
nat'l recreation area.
1- 40 acres from the
$40s. (866)33J9-
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


510
Land
LOW WHOLESALE
Prices. Investor Lots
1/4, 1/2 and 1-full
acre lots. 6, 7, and
13 Acre Parcels.
Fully-platted and
buildable. Highlands
and Hendry coun-
ties. Call Mr. Law-
rence (800)796-
6569.
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. 1866)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
Staie Park. Call
18661292-5769.
512
Mobile Homes
EASTGATE MO-
BILE Homes 3
bd/2ba, garden tub,
skylight, total elec-
tric. 626-8973
MOBILE HOME For
Sale
2000 Horton 16x80
on 3.75 ac. very
nice, located in Har-
old. $94,900
850-723-3765

SECLUDED 6
ACRES lI.E o
Mrili.-n - 10 ninuies
from Blackwater
Stale Park
Two 1999 Palm
Harbor modular
nomes. 3BR 2BA
IrorinLack porch
,.nr boiri. shop
isorage. lull,'
slocked fith pond.
41 acres ,lernced
pasture beauttiul
lamily homesiie.
Mus.I sell lor
medical reasons
S300.000 for all
Call.
l850t 957-8784 or
1850) 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


706
Livestock Supplies
FOR SALE
Combination Stock
Trailer - 1988 Circle
J, 10,000GVW, ex-
cellent condition.
$3,250.
850-529-7996
708
Pets
FOR SALE
5 month old Dausc-
hound. Black/tan fe-
male. With papers.
Asking $250.
418-0395
FREE TO good
home
Black female Lab -
spayed. White fe-
male Lab, mixed.
623-6602
712
Lost & Found
PETS
LOST PET '
Small Jet Russell &
Chihualnua mix.
Black/brown/white.
Last seen August 29
East Milior, area
near airport.
981-0008

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
hucrh.ides ' ,75.00

Siorage building full
lo1s of nisc rems.

Aniique chest dark
wo,:.d leather $100.


Aniique chest $50

Washer speed.
queen, heavy dury.
$75

Call 626-6149
814
Furniture
FOR SALE
Living ro,:cm furni-
ture including
Kichen 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
FOR SALE
Small girl's 5-piece
bedroom suit. New
asking $300.
418-0395


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13. Costrier's
Untouchables role
21. Iniquities
23. Bear with a hard bed
25. Love token
26. Dried plum
28. Web-footed Disney
heroine
30. Name of four Holy
Roman emperors
31. Day laborer
32. Fashion passions
33. The Munsters' pet
bat
34. Places on the ballot
35. Skid
38. Gives the nod
39. Maladies,
41. Wrangler's pal
42. Elver's parents
45. Jane's Frasier role
47. Extraordinary things
48. Archie Bunker, e.g.
49. Wait
50. Lions' prides
51. Begin's Camp avid
partner
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53. Artifice
54. Taylor of Ransom
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826
Sporting Goods
FOR SALE -
Boflex Motivator II,
$500 obo. Nordic
Track cross country
$200 obo.
619-322-7993

SANTA ROSA
& 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 ssalery no
concealed or loaded , uiri
llo�oa b vb,9 10i .or verl-
d'ors All uris uiil be
tied open 1 a al Iime;


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
15 BOXES, flea
market includes
glassware, toys, bar-
bies, more! BULK
BUY. $100 FIRM.
Original paintings
$40, king/quilt amish
pastels, dolls $125 4
shams $20. Holiday
deers $35 each.
Call 995-1415
2 BURIAL Plots
at Memory Parks
Garden Of Prayer.
$1600 for both
call 623-6481



We Deliver & Install
Centipede
St. Augustine
Bermuda
Bailed Pine Straw
Call us first. Save Time
Call us lastL Save Money
Hwy 87 So. ' Milton
826-8578


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
2 LOADS of fire-
wood $50
Microwave (works)
$50, handmade
quilt,priscilla curtains
$1 a panel, garden
tiller, lawnmower
with bagger, boxes
of quilt scraps $2 a
box, various size
baskets, various
dolls. Adler class
153 all steel perfect
condition, portable
steel sewing ma-
chine perfect condi-
tion
623-8481
4FT ABOVE ground
pool, 15x30 tree Io
whoever comes and
takes down.
Call: 626-6886
LARGE WOODEN
Bar $50 OBO
Weights-Weight
Bench w/racks $100
OBO Call after 6pm
626-8332


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
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.



Cenripede-
St. Augustine
Farm Direct,
\e Deliver
434-0066
WOLFF TANNING
BEDS Buy Direct
and Save! Full Body
units from $22 a
month! FREE Color
Catalog CALL TO-
DAY! (800)842-1305
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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
WANTED
W/D, dishwasher,
hot tub, big screen
television, furnished
bedroom, and bath.
In Munson Florida
$400 per month cov-
ers rent and utilities
Call- 850-206-8148


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 Iront
tires, real good con-
diton asking $500
Call 623-42"0
MECURY SABLE
LS 1997 Station-


wagon V-6 1 owner
KENNETH E. garage kepl, new
HUMPHREYS transmission. 18-26
MPG 60/40 fola.ng
WANTED seals luggage rack.
OLD ROOFING TIN. Excellent Condition.
Will tear down and 133,000 m,les Ask-
haul. 983-8042 or 8399 or 678-908-
393-9617 8310


904
Cars
CARS FOR SALE
1989 Cadillac Brah-
mas, leather. load-
ed, 131 K miles,
runs great, new w.
pump, new tires,
new battery, $1200
Firm. .
1984 Geo Storm
Red, runs-great, cd
player
Call: 626-6149
912
Motor Homes
FOR SALE


99 RV Bounder 341
excellent condition,
many extras, 1 own-
er, located in Milton.
850-983-0147
Leave message.


914
Recreational
FOR SALE
2/br Travel Trailer.
Good . condition,
good for hunting
camp. Asking $2000
obo. 418-0395
916
Sport Utility
Vehicles
1996 MITSUBITSHI
MONTERO
4-door. 6 cyl.. all
power automatic
4x4.$4500
626-2278
918
Trucks
1998 CHEVY Pick
Up, 1500 Searese.
94.000 mi.
excellent conliton
garage kept $5995
Call 994-8865
FOR SALE
1998 Isuzu Pick Up
While. 4 cyl, stand-
ard, clean, Irigid a/c,
camper topnew
brakes. $3220
Call: 850-380-5099


922
Other
2005 JOHN Deere
Tractor
2210 Ultiliiy Tiaclor
with deer 210 front
end loader, deer Ix4
bushhog and box
blade 77 hours
$10,500
Call 477-7182
Sell 206-0104


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Leaving your pet in a parked car
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opened windows. With only hot air to breathe, your
pet can quickly suffer brain damage or die from heat-
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pulse, dizziness, vomitting, deep red or purple tongue.
If your pet gets overheated, you must lower
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- *Get him into shade and apply cool
(not cold) water all over his body.


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to head, neck and chest.

*Let him drink small amounts
of cool water, or lick ice cubes
or ice cream.

*Get your pet to a veterinarian
right away - it could save his life.

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A Dog's Prayer
Treat me kindly, my beloved friend, for no heart in all the world
is more grateful for your kindness than the loving heart of me.
Do not break my spirit with a stick, for though I should lick your
hand between my blows, your patience and understanding will
more quickly teach me the things you would have me learn.
Speak to me often, for your voice is the world's sweetest music,
as you must know by the fierce wagging of my tail when your
footstep falls upon my waiting ear.
Please take me inside when it is cold and wet, for I am a domesti-
cated animal no longer accustomed to bitter elements. I ask no
greater glory than the privilege of sitting at your feet beside the
hearth.
Keep my pan filled with water, for I cannot tell you when I suffer
thirst.
Feed me clean food so that I may stay well to romp and play and
do your bidding, to walk by your side, and to stand ready, willing,
and able to protect you with my life, should you be in danger.
And my friend, when I am very old, and.I no longer enjoy good
health, hearing, and sight, do not make heroic efforts to keep me'
going. I am not having any fun. Please see that my;trusting life is
taken gently. I shall leave this earth knowing with the last breath I
draw that my fate was always safest in your loving hands..


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