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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
Alternate title: Milton press gazette
Portion of title: Press gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Creation Date: September 13, 2006
Publication Date: 1984-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 76, no. 104 (Mar. 29, 1984)-
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, September 13, 2006






Will you get that property tax break?


By LYNNE HOUGH
Press Gaente Staff 'riier
It's all about give and take.
An effort spearheaded by
Santa Rosa County
Commissioner Gordon Goodin
to offer property owners a break
after a record breaking increase
in ad valorem taxes may or may


not make it.
Gi ing to property ow ners
will mean taking from others.
And while some county
officials say they want to gjie
property owners a tax break,
ciung rising rates in insurance
and the increase in cost to
rebuild from storm damage, not
all are connmeced.


The most prominent discus-
sion surrounds salaries of Santa
Rosa County deputies.
Over and above the 2.5 per-
cent cost of living raise the
county has slated for county
employees, Sheriff Wendell
Hall is proposing an across-the-
board raise of $2.000 per sworn
deputy.


Hall says the raise is neces-
sary to bring Santa Rosa
deputies' salaries closer to the
salaries of deputies in adjoining
counties.
But Goodin included cut-
ting the $2,000 raise in the cuts
he proposed to offer property
ow ners a break.
Commissioners Bob Cole,


Don Salter and Tom Stewart
have pre iously indicated they
are not willing to support
Goodin's request.
Commissioner John Broxson
suggested dropping the
deputies' raise to $1.000
It is not only the Sheriff's
Office facing cuts. Other pro-
posed budget items ma. be


threatened. For example: com-
pletion of the Pace Library; hir-
ing eight new building inspec-
tors and code enforcement offi-
cers (and equipment): the
Navarre Town Center: a mos-
quito control truck driver. and
one animal services technician.
The total cut from the budget
See TAX. Page 5.4.


Middle school


student diagnosed


with staph germ


By PAMNELA HOLT
Press Gazete S'art Writer
.A student at Hobbs Middle
School is reported to have a
staph infection called MRSA.
(methicillin-resistant staphylo-
coccus aureus).
While the diagnosis -was
confirmed by health department
officials, measures have already
been taken to protect-other swu-


Fund set


to help


,. Pace teen
ire not set-
File photo By.PANIELA HOLT
Pitessi Ga.:ele SiaffW_ ir
Ashton Almond-freshman
e d at Pace High-had an accident
le d at a high school football prac-
tice last Tuesday.
It may have saved his life.
:ame after Julie DuPont, a family
in July. friend. says Almond com-
ived a cut plained about his shoulder
ee to four w hen he was hit hard The fam-
,ill had 30 ily was concerned whether or
not he had cracked or bruised
the driver ribs.
J Laidlax% He %\as transported to
he compa- Sacred Heart Hospital where he
utes. but it under ent a series of tests.
ep driers. When an NMRI showed a
ff to lose blood clot on his heart during'
\erage by an evaluation, it became obli-
hours per ous to doctors the problem was
call for bigger than a possible cracked
t 25 hours rib.
Sacred Heart hospital doc-
howe\er. iors arranged for Almond to be
election of rushed to EmorN Hospital in
Page 3.4. S&e TEEN. Page 3.4.


--Studifeitfim-ay findth-emii selves arriving late'at schiool'Iaid late getting home if the problems between-Laidlaw'and the bus drivers a
tied. The conflict involves pay and the number of hours drivers are allowed.




Bus drivers say they're short-hand


By PAMELA HOLT
Press Ga:zee Swtaft' lrer
' School bus drivers in Santa
Rosa Counti, say they are con-
cerned.
According to a veteran bus
driver working for Laidla%%, on
any gi'en morning at the dis-
patch office. someone is asking
on the radio. "Is there anyone


done with a run by 7:30 to be
able to pick up another run""
The typical answer?
"There's not another driver
to send out there."
The veteran bus driver, who
asked to not be named, is ask-
ing for the commumtry to back
up the bus drivers.
"We need change. We need
parents and the community to


understand what is going on.
Drivers are not getting through
with their runs: they don't have
drivers to work them." says the
bus driver.
She sa% s other management
personnel are stepping in and
dri ing buses to help get the
children to school and back
home in the afternoon.
The main complaint, says


The battle continues:

Affordable housing plan said not in good locale


B. PAMELA HOLT
Pi -s GaG cilt Stall Itt'r r
The room was divided.
Residents and business owners
on the supporting team for the
Pinnacle Group complex on
Berrn hill Rd.. sat to the naht of
the room-the adversarial team
was on the left.
Despite protests and allega-
tions of alleged %wrongdoing by
the Pinnacle Group in other
parts'; of Florida, the' City
Planning and Zoning Board
%oted Monday evening to
-appro'.e the Pinnacle Group's
affordable housing plan. The
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has manJ city residents con-
cerned.
Officials say the approval
would be contingent on brick
and iron fencing, buffering in.
front and around the complex
with sand oaks and magnolias,
along with other various vari-
eies of foliage, and providing
education of the historic ceme-
ter- to discourage vandalism
and misuse.
Residents and business
owners who traveled to the "sis-
ter" complex in Lynn Haven as
well as two. members'.of the
Planning and Zoning Board,
Vernon Compton and Sammy
Carroll, said they were pleased
with the, development and
enjoyed the aesthetics. Both
board members were happy
with their look-see, stating the
facility was well kept and resi-
dents of the apartments seemed
happy. .
However, Jim Tolar,
Cemetery Board Member,
alleged deception by Pinnacle
Group. Tolar and Steve
Wisniewski, Cemetery Board
member and City Planning
Board Member say they decid-


ed to "get more information"
about the traffic stud\ complet-
ed by Pinnacle Group. ,
Tolar and W\isnieski ska.
they approached an official in
County Planning and Zoning,
who claimed ownership:of the
study.
Tolar alleges the stud. was
conducted just east of Five
Points, north of Pace \-here the
speed limit is 45 mph-ndt
where the development, will
occur.
Tolar alleges the traffic sur-
vey to be totally irrelevant to
the traffic count in front of the
proposed complex.
Tolar says he believes
Pinnacle is trying to deceive the
City and people living in the
area who would be most affect-
ed by the complex, if construct-
ed.
A Miami News Times ,arti-
cle says Pinnacle has "become
a major player in the somewhat
murky world of affordable
housing." The article hints
Pinnacle is making "tens of
millions" in public funds from
state and county governments.
holt@sr-pg.com


the bus driver. first c
returning to the job
Although drivers rece
in hours do% n to thr
hours per day. they si
runs open.
By doing so. i
alleges not only did
make it difficult for tl
ny to keep up with rot
made it difficult to kei
The cut caused stall
health insurance co%
not having enough
week. The benefit,
drivers to carry at leas
per week.
Laidlaw officials.
sa% they have no reco
See BUS.


dents, according to a local
phy sician.
The Center for Disease
Control says MRSA is a germ
that often lives in the noses and
on the skin of healthy people
and spreads from person to per-
son on contaminated hands,
skin. and objects. Most infec-
tions caused by staph are skin
infections, but staph can also
cause more serious infections
such as blood, and joint infec-
tions and pneumonia.
Barbara Wrenn. a Hobbs
Middle parent who was diag-
nosed with MNRSA in the past.
says it is "highly contagious
and deadly." Wrenn says she
\\as sick for a very long time
and had to take strong antibi-
otics. \ re .- ...co .rerned
about the student at Hobbs, say-
ing she didn't think the child
was being treated
Not so. says Principal
Buddy Powell. of Hobbs
Middle School.
"The kids' safety\ is number
one here at Hobbs," says
Povwell. "but I don't want any-
one to be at risk: children,
teachers, or staff members-
anyone."
Powell says he's received
three parent inquiries about the
student and they "followed up
and reassured them."
Assistant Principal Mae
Adkinson contacted Dr. Lelia
Montes. the student's pediatri-
cian. to check on progress tnh
the staph infection.
"Doctor Montes assured us
the child was well enough to
attend school and, as long as
there are no active lesions, there
is notlung to wor., about." says
See STAPH. Page 3.A


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The sign seems to say it all. An emergency is all that should stop the work on the Interstate 10 Escambia'
Bay Bridge. The bridge links Santa Rosa and Escambia Counties, but has been a pain for drivers ever since
Hurricane Ivan washed away a large portion of the Eastbound side. Crews are shooting for a late
December opening of at least one portion of the new bridge.
Press Gazette photo by Lynne Hough


Tolar alleges the traffic survey to be
totally irrelevant to the traffic count in
front of the proposed complex.






Wednesday September 13, 2006


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Sheriff's Report


August 24 to August 31.
2006
Reed I Ronald Wayne; Male;
51; 9331 Cornfield Way, Milton,
FL; Probation Violation-Felony.
8/24/06
Torres. Gerald Jade; Male;
40; 6 Blueberry Hill, Hope, ME;
Probation Violation-Felony. No
Booking Date Given.
Craver, Cameron Jonothan,
Male; 18;. 4411 T Mor Cove,
Oakwood, GA.; . Probation
Violation-Felons. 8/27/06
Gratil, Jerry NMN; Male; 23;
3920 Red Bud Ln.. Pace. FL:
Probation Violation-Felony.
S8/27/06 ; ,
STohnson Clifton Tremavne:
Male; 23; 1325 Palmetto,
Pinev.ille. LA: Burglary of
Unoccupied Dwelling: Unarmed;
No AssluBart. Larceny-Theft ,is
$300 or More But Less Than
$5000; Conser'ation-Animals-.
Abandon/Confine W/O Food,
Water. Exercise 8/25/06
Tohnson. Johnny : Wayne;
NMale: 30; 6020 Sasannah Dr..
Nlilion Cait, FL, Fraud-Litter
False Instrumerit (2 cs.'. 8/25/06
Johnson, Maggie Staiifield:"
Female: 43:; 5853 Byrom Street,
Milton. FL: Cocaine Possession.
Narcotic Equipment Possession
And or Use. 8/26/06
Pittman. Da% id Darrick:
Male. 31; 6399 Starhill Dr.
Milton, FL; Cocaine Possession-m-
With Intent to Sell, Manufacture,
Deliter. Etc Schedule 11. Narcotic
Equipment Possession And or
Use 8/25/06
Robertson. Michael J.: Male:
25: 3491 Ri\erhill Dr., Pace. FL;
Vehicle Theft-Grand 3rd Degree.
8/27/106
Szuck. Brandon Dwayne:


Male; 21;,4612 Thoroughbred Dr.,
Milton, FL; Damage Property-
Criminal Mischief-200 dollars
and Under, Burglary of
Unoccupied Dwelling, Unarmed,
No Asslt/Batt. 8/25/06
STusa,. Mark Anthony; Male;-
39; 1055 Forest Shore Dr., Destin,
FL; Robbery-Residence-Home
Invasion With Weapon. 8/25/06 "
Tyr.r. Joseph Jamarr; Male;
25; 5640(Cyanamid Rd., Milton,-
FL; Battery-2nd or Subsequent
Offense. 8/25/06
Parkerson-Varnadoe.
Rebecca Jean: Female; 38; 4019
Chickadee St., Milton, FL:
Larceny-Petit Theft (2 cts.),
Fraud-Utter False Instrument (2
cts.)', Larceny--Over $300 Under
$5000 (3 cts.), Larcen, -Petit
Third or Subecquent Odfense i8
'cts.),' .'. Fraud-ULtter False
Instrument (11 cis.i. No Booking,
Date Given.
Bryant, Vicki Ann. Female.
43;. 115 Lang Rd., Ft. Walton
Beach, FL, Fugiti'e From Justice.
No Booking Date Given. , r '
Adams. Deborah Ray.
Female; 39;: 6908 Seashark Cir.,
Na\ arre. FL; Larceny-Grand
Theft %10,000 or More Less Than
$20.000. Fraud-Swindle-Obtain
Property Under $20,000. Fraud-
Utter False Bank Bill. Note.
Check. Draft (4 cis.j. 8/24/06
Merced. Rolando: Male: 40:
3302 Santa Rosa Dr. Gulf Breeze.
FL: Fraud-Mlisrep Fail Disclose
Pub Aid $200 or More. 8/24/06
Shanholizer. Debra Lee:
Female: 47: 1-4106 35111 St..
Independence. MO; Probation
: Violation-Felony. 8/24/06
Gabbard. Donnie Glenn:
Male, 51; 5576 Chipper Ln.. Pace.
FL, Obstructing Justice-
Intimidate. Threaten. Etc. Victim.
Witness. Informant. 8/27/06
Garcia. Porfirio Hernandez:
Male. 37:; 41803 Orleans St.. Pace.
FL: Aggra\ated Barter--Person
Uses a Deadl3 Weapon. 8/26/06
Lee. Anthon) Lorenzo: Male:
21:; 5521 Hearn St. Milton, FL:
Possess Cocaine: Marijuana
Possess-Not More Than 20
Grams. 8/25/06
Otto. Betty Lou. Female: 57:
8317 Randall Dr. Na\arre. FL.
Marijuana Producing Schedule 1.
81/25/06
Pharr. Tob% Wa>ne: Male;
35; 1612 BaliHai Ct.. Gulf Breeze,
FL; Damage .Prop., Crim Mischief-
$1.000 or NtMore. 8/26/06.,-
Toart. Kathryne; Female:
57;, 4360 Trailer Park Court.
.Milton, FL; Cocaine Possession,
Narcotic Possession And or Use.
8/26/06'
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Female; 21; 5524 Cox Rd.,
Milton, FL; Damage Property-
Criminal Mischief - $200 And
Under, Burglary of Unoccupied
Dwelling; -Unarmed; -No
Asslt/Batt, Larceny-Grand Theft
$5000 or More Less Than,
$10,000. 8/26/06
� Williams II Oratius Elgebra;
Male; 32; 7516 St. Joseph. Milton.
FL; , Nonmoving Traffic
Violation-Drive While License
Suspended Habitual Offender.
8/26/06
Wilson, Robert Henry; Male:
'47; 8050 N. 9th Avd, Pensacola.
FL;, Iarceny--Theft is $300 or
More But Less Than $5000.
8/26/06 '
Honeycutt, Jacqueline
Browning: Female;.32; 6570 Pinto
A\e.. Nilon. FL; DUI. 8/24/06
Burgess. William Sullitan;
Male: 51: 12160 Wortel Rd.,
Elberta. Al:' DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 2nd Offense. 8/27/06
Demaio. Harvey James.,
Nale: 54: 2703 BaN Club Dr.
Na.arre, FL; D1I 8/27/06
. Dubyak. Justin Wade; Male;
26; 4905 Catalina Cr., Pensacola,
FL; DUI. 8/26/06
Harman. James Ljngley:
NMale; 47. 103 Sunset Blhd.. Gulf
Breeze. FL. DUI. 8/26/06
.ohnson, Mlatthew Miller:
Male, 26: 10099 Bellbrook Rd.,
Milton. FL: DUI. 8/25/06
Duncan, Sr., William James;
MNale: 40, 2051 Panhandle Trl..
Natarre, FL: Drugs-Possession-
Controlled Substance W/O
Prescription. Narcotic Equipment-
Possession-And or Use 8/28/06
Eddins. Mitchell Eugene:
Male, 25. 4831 Royal Pines Dr..
Pace. FL: Probation Violation-
Felon%. 8/28/06
Jones, Elaine Janine: Female:
36:; 9495 American Farms Rd..
Milton. FL: Drugs-Possession-
Controlled Substance W/O
Prescription. Narcotic Equipment-
Possession-And or Use. S/28/06
Shirles. Jason Howard. Male:
29; 6436 H\.). 90. Million, FL.
Probation Violation-Felon).
8/28/06 -
Brann, Shaun Michael; Male;
16; 5105 Cattle Trail Rd,, Milton,
FL; Burglary of D'\elling
Unarmed No Asslt/Batt (3 cts i,
'Vehicle Theft-Grand 3rd Degree.
Larcen\-Petit Theft, Larceny-
Oer $300 Under,$5000.
Fletcher, Huron Dale: Male;
S22: 7513 Blackjack Cir., Navarre,
FL, Sex Offense-Vicum 12 YOA.
Up to 15 YOA. 8/28/06
Cummings, Alicia Carlice;
Female; 17; 5700 East Milton Rd.,
Milton. FL: Batteri-On
Detention Staff Juvenile Probauon
Officer. No Booking Date Gi\en.
Fournier. Daniel Ketin:
Male; 38; 9212 Eagle Nest
Dr.,Navarre, FL; Fugitive From
Justice. No Booking Date Given.
Hurst. Jr., Frederick James;
Male; 45r; 5416 Woodland Ln.,
Milton, FL: Probation Violation-
Felony. 8/29/06,
SRollo, Robert Major; Male;
32; 4086 Ward Basin Rd., Milton,
FL; Damage Property-Criminal
Mischief- $200 And Under.
SBurglarN of Occupied Con\ e\ ajice
and Unarmed 8/29/06
Sharpe, Erika Marie; Female;
29; 7752 Navarre Pkwy., Navarre,-
FL; Fraud-Insufficient Funds
Check-Obtain Goods Services
$150 or More (13 cts.), Larceny-
Grand Theft $5000 oi Mklre Less
Than $10,000. Fraud-Insufficient
Funds Check-Make Utter Issue
$150 or Over (10,cts.). 8/29/06
Smith. Scott Michael; Male;
27; 6515 Colonial Dr., Milton, FL;
Damage Property-Criminal
Mischief-$200 and Under,
Burglary of Occupied Conveyance
. and Unarmed. 8/29/06
. Thomas, Raymond James;
Male; 73; 8850 Doral Oaks Dr.,
Tampa, FL; Vehicle Theft-Grand
3rd Degree. 8/29/06
Alumbaugh, Cameron
Jeremy; Male; 14; 9962 Muscogee
Rd., Milton, FL; Burglary of
Dwelling Unarmed No Asslt/Batt,
Larceny:--Over $300 Under


$5000, Larceny-Petit Theft,
Vehicle Theft-Grand 3rd Degree:
No Booking Date Given.
Lewis, Robert Andrew; Male;
38; 6728'Donald Dr., Navarre, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony.
8/29/06
Broxson. Jr,, Calvin Parker; '
Male; 31. 6446 Arling%%ood Dr,
Milton, FL: Fugitite From Justice.
No Booking Date Given.
Stokes, . Shawn Franklin;
Male; 33; 5491 Calvary Church
Rd., Milfon, FL; ' Probation
Violation-Felony. No Booking
Date.
Francis. Robert Nichols;
Male. 46: 103 Gilmore Dr., Gulf
Breeze City, FL; Traffic Offense-
DUI Alcohol or Drugs .2nd
Offense. 8/29/06
Davenport, Zachars Michael;
Male: 2u; 5929 Pinesoods PI.,
Pace. FL. Contrib Delinq Minor-
or Dependency of, Marijuana-
Producing-Schedule 1 (30 cts.),
Marijuana Possession Over 20
Grams. Narcotic Equipment-
Posses.,ion And or Use. 8/30/06
Elliot. Rodney Milton; Male;
40; 8771 John Hamm Rd.,.Milton,
FL; Aggra ated Assault With
Deadly Weapon Without Intent to
Kill. Batery -Touch or Strike.
Ponley. Melanie Marie:
Female: 29. 5917 Hw\. 90,
Milton. FL; Failure to Appear for
Felon% Offense. 8/30/06
Rose. Ke\ in Allen: MNiale: 20:
5929 Pine inood . Pace. FL;
Burglar of D\welling Structure or
Con\eNance Armed. BurglurN of
Structure Con\eyance Unarmed
W/O Persons Inside. Larceny---
Petit 2nd Offense. Dealing in '
Stolen Propert1 i12 cts i. 8/30/06
Taylor. Manhe%. Allen. Male.
19. 4750 Jerr, Dr., Pace. FL:;.
Probation Violation-Felony.
8/30/06
Bosce. David Nlaihe,": Male:
23: 2031 Casa DeOro St.. Natarre.
FL. Mo'.ing Traffic Violation-
Reckless Dri ing 1s Offense.
Nonrnro\ing Traffic Violation- .
Operate Motorcucle W/O License,
Moving Traffic Violation-Violate
Restrictions Placed on Dri\ers
License,, Cruelty Tow ard Child-
Abuse' \Vithout Great Harm.
,8/30/06 . '
Finney. Telisha Ann: Female:
39. 5304 Morrisey Cir.. Baker, FL:
Probation Violation-Felon\
8/30/06-
Long. Johnny NAN: M'.ale:-.
49; 891 Sunset Dr.. Nasarre. FL:
Mari ujna-Possession- \ ith
Intent to Sell. Manufacture or
Deliver Schedule I, Drugs-
Possession - Co nttrolled
Substance W/O Prescription,
Narcotic Equipment-Possession
And or Use 8/30/06
Chavers. Geoffres Brandon:
5350 Cox Rd . NMilion. FL:
Burglar) of Dsellirng Unarmed
No Asslt/Batt (2 cts.), Larceny-
, Petit Theft. No Booking Date
Given.
Bass, Kuthr n Louise;;
Female; 32, 6409 Butternut Dr.,
Milton, FL; Failure to Appear For
Felony Offense. 8/31/06
Doyle, Jack Keith; Male; 50;'
1814 Eagle Bay, Navarre, FL,.
Cocaine P,,sess in. Marijuana
,Posse-ion Not NM.re Than 20
Grams, Narcotic Equipment-
Possession And or Use. 8/31/06
Jackson, Amanda Michelle;
Female; 28; ,4393 Curt Ln., Jay,
FL; Burglary, of Structure
Conveyance Linjrnmed W/O
Persons Inside, Larceny-Petit 1t
Offense, Forgery-Obtain
Controlled Substance By. 8/31/06
Townsend, Charles Henry;
Male; 54; 2357 Orion Lake Dr.,
Navarre, FL; Battery-Touch or
Strike (3 cts.), Lewd Lascv
Behavior-Victim 12 YOA Up to
16 YOA Offender 18 YOA Older.
Williams, Bernard Clarence;
Male; 44; 910 Rock Creek Ave.,
Pensacola, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 8/31/06
Information provided by the
Santa Rosa County Sheriff's
Office.


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anyone's hours being cut to four
hours per day.
"The union spent most of
last year working toward a new
contract," says the bus driver.
"A raise was granted, but


Staph
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Adkinson..
Montes says most people
have staph on their skin. It only
flares up when immunity is low
or if an abrasion is on the skin
and you scratch it with contam-
inated hands.
. Russ Poyner, Senior
Community Health Nurse for
the Santa Rosa County Health
Department, visits Hobbs
Middle School once a week.
He says the school is "meeting.
all health department stan-
dards." He is aware of the stu-
dent,' attended a briefing last*


because of the lack of hours it
doesn't make any difference.
Plus, raises were given in a
lump sum so we lost a lot in
taxes."
4'Some drivers work strictly
for insurance, and they're quit-


week and had a recent interview
with the child.
"The student is doing all the
right things to get healthy," says
Poyner.
Montes says the student in
question is not the only child
with MRSA at the school.
"It's a national problem. A
lot of people are resistant to
antibiotics," says Montes,
"There are two types and half of
the people are resistant to them.
(It's best to) monitor medical
treatment and parents need to
make sure children continue
their medications where they


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Atlanta by Life Flight. Medical
findings indicate the blood clot
was not a result of the football
accident. 'but a pre-existing
problem that could have cost
the young man his life, accord-
ing to family members.
Friday morning, Almond
underwent heart- surgery and
DuPont says a tumor the size of
an man's thumb, was found
attached to the heart along with
,the blood clot. It was removed.
Doctors still aren't sure
what caused the tumor and
huiven't released any informa-
tion about what t pe it is.
DuPont says, "Ashton is
doing fabulously considering
lie's still recovering in the
fitensive Care Unit.. He's still
in pain, but he's not complain-
ing."
Almond's parents. Terry
and- Dellanie Almond are
remaining in Atlanta through-
out the unexpected emergency.


An account is open at
People's First Communmt.
Bank. DuPont says the family
is in 'shock and in awe from the
response of the community."'.
DuPont says the family is ;
holding �up. considering the
trauma the\ are enduring. "The,
football injury happened on
Tuesday and, by Friday, he \\as
having heart surgery," says
DuPont.
I"Ashion's dad, Terry, told
me he'd never again treat
Ashton as a child. He's been
such a man through the ordeal
and such a trooper. They're
proud of him." says DuPont.
Almond is a member of
Immanuel Baptist . Church.
Donations can be made to the
Ashton Almond fund, at
People's Bank to help the fami-
ly with expenses.
S Story written by Pamela
Holt. Reach her at:
holt@sr-pg.comn


ting," says the bus driver.
Laidlaw Branch Manager
Bobbie Williams agrees the
insurance company gave notice
canceling Laidlaw's policy, but
says he does not know why.
"They cancelled before and


won't become more resistant."
Poyner states, "It's a com-
munity epidemic. Typically,
years ago, staph infections were
only found in hospitals. The
Center for . Disease Control
began a five year, multi-state
investigation-we simply don't
know where it comes from."
Montes says if you have a
classroom of students, half of
them will have MRSA.
"If you have a boil, an
active lesion, make sure you
drain it and seek medical help,"
says Montes. Montes believes
MRSA has become an epidem-
ic and needs attention.
Last week. three Daphne
High Trojan football pla ers in
Alabama were diagnosed with
staph infections.

Weekend crash
claims Pate teen
A Pace teen is dead follow-
ing a one-vehicle accident in
Pensacola Saturday.
Florida High%%aN Patrol
troopers say Kathryn Ann
Renella, 15, was drix ing a 1998
Toyota pickup and lost control.
She was partially thrown from
the truck and was trapped under
the vehicle \%hen it rolled.
Her passenger, Michael
McCall, 16, Pace, was not
injured.
Reports say the accident
occurred near the Escambia
River on Webb Landing Lane
after 5 p.m. Witnesses say the
truck overturned after the teen
accelerated and struck a
guardrail on the driver's side;
The police report notes nei-
ther Renella or McCall were
wearing seatbelts.


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17th 8am-? Boxes &
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machines, etc.
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we got them to reinstate. The
union negotiated with Blue
Cross Blue Shield and their pol-
icy was supposed to start
September 1. I give the drivers.
credit for beating the bushes
and getting the policy, but I
don't know what qualifies
them," says Williams.
Williams states he hired 21
drivers from New Orleans and
19 are currently working the
routes until fall break. At that
time, they will '*re-evaluate the
situation and see what can be
done."
The bus7 driver notes,
Williams said they could sweep
and fuel buses, help out, with
paper work, and work in
mechanics bay for an extra few
hours per day, but she notes,
"We're not mechanics, we're
bus drivers. We want to drive
the kids."
Williams says this opportu-
nity was given to the drivers
when they needed hours for the
insurance plan.
"We want to help meet their
needs for insurance." says
Williams.
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Our Opinion


We must hold their feet to the fire on this issue


What better time than dur-
ing this election season to seri-
ously stress to voters, regard-
less of whether they are
Republican or Democrat, the
need for Social Security
reform?
Our political leaders repre-
senting us in Washingt6n,
including our very own Rep.
Jeff Miller, must realize "peo-
ple power" on this ignored issue
can make or break their politi-
cal careers.
Social Security reform is
not only an issue in this year's
elections, but also in 2008 when


we, as voters,. must decide who
we want to lead our country..
A recent e-mail alert
prompted us to remind our
readers that our Senators and
congresspersons do not pay into
Social Security because bene-
fits are simply not suitable for
those accustomed to living in
high societL\.
Those who serve us in
Congress have had no need to
change the system because, in
their view, it is a great plan..
When these elite politi-
. cians retire, they continue to
..draw the same pay until they,


die. That is, unless they vote
themselves raises based on cost
of living adjustments.
For example, Sen. Byrd and
Congressman White can expect
to draw $7,800,000 with their
wives drawing $275,000 during
the last years of their lives.
This is calculated on an
average life span for each of
those two "important people."
Younger Washington p'olifi-
'cians who retreat an early age,`.
will receive much more during
the rest of their lies.
Their cost for this excellent
plan is absolutely nothing.


Who pays?
Why, we do, of course.
We, the taxpayers who are
required by law to pay into
Social Security, would have to
collect our average of $1,000
monthly benefits for more than
68 years to equal Sen. Bill
Bradley's benefits.
The easy solution to this.
issue would be .to force our
Washington politicians to put
themselves into the Social'
Security plan with the rest of
us. -
Then we could sit back and'
see how fast these politicians


fix the problem.
If enough voters make this
a political issue during this
election season, it is possible
our voices will be.heard loud
and clear.
Until we, as voters, take a
stand on not only this important
issue, but others as well, little
will be done to correct the
injustices that are taking place
in Washington,
And, while we are on the
subject of putting our politi-
cians' feet to the fire, let's also
demand these very same politi-
cians respond to our problem


with ouir country's antiquated
income tax system.
Income Tax reform is an'"
issue that must be seriously"
addressed and one way of solv--'
ing the problems would simply,
be to consider such ideas as the',
flat tax or fair tax concept that is
gaining popularity among vot-.
ers.
The sooner we,-as voters,
begin to place demands on our..
politici.ul. the better. It's really'
the only way we' can expect'-
them to serve our wishes...and
it's exactly what our founding,
fathers en isioned.


NOTICE OF INTENT TO CONSIDER A CHANGE OF LAND USE, MAP, AND

TEXT AMENDMENTS TO THE SANTA ROSA COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN


The Board of County Commissioners will conduct a public hearing to
consider future land use map and text amendments to the Santa Rosa
County Comprehensive Plan for adoption and submittal to the Department
of Community Affairs as the second of two (2 of 2) amendment packages
allowed by Florida.Statutes in Calendar Year 2006 (06-2) as follows:

Thursday, September 28. 2006 at 6:00 p.m.

The meeting %%ill be held at the Santa Rosa County Adniinitrarie Center
in the Board Meeting Room. 6495 Car.-line Sueiet. 1ilton. Floiidaj At
the public hearing. the Board of C,:'uni\ Coiraiiiiin.ierb hall consider
adoption of four -41 orduances entitled .- fol..s ,

Ordinance No. 1:
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO SANTA ROSA
COUNTY. FLORIDA: AMENDING ORDINANCE
2003-25; AMENDING THE FUTURE LAND USE
1IMAPOF THE SX\NA ROSA COUNTY CONIPRE-
HENSIVE PLAN; CHANGING THE LAND USE
CLASSIFICATION FOR THE NAVARRE TOWN
CENTER AREA AS DEPICTED' ON THE
ATTACHED MAP; AMENDING POLICY 3.1.A.8;
ALLOWING FOR MODIFICATION OF THE
RESIDENTIAL/COMMERCIAL MIX RATIO IN
THE MIXED RESIDENTIAL/COMMERCIAL
FUTURE LAND USE CATEGORY FOR THE
NAVARRE TOWN CENTER AREA; AND PRO-
VIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.


Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Residential (approxi-
mately 64.,2 acres) and Commercial (approximately 65.5 acres) to
Mixed Residential/Commercial - total approximately 129.7 acres.

Ordinance No. 2:
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA; AMENDING ORDI-
NANCE 2003-25; AMENDING THE FUTURE
LAND USE AND HOUSING ELEMENTS OF
THE SANTA ROSA COUNTY COMPREHEN-
SIVE PLAN; AMENDING POLICY 3.1.A.8,
AMENDING THE AGRICULTURE, SINGLE
FAMILY RESIDENTIAL, AND MEDIUM DEN-
SITY RESIDENTIAL FUTURE LAND USE
CATEGORIES TO ALLOW DENSITY BONUS-
ES FOR workforce AND/OR affordable housing;
AMENDING POLICY 5.1.A.3, ALLOWING
DENSITY BONUSES FOR WORKFORCE
AND/OR AFFORDABLE HOUSING DEVELOP-
MENTS THAT MEET APPLICABLE CRITE-
RIA; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
Ordinance No. 3:
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA; AMENDING ORDI-
NANCE 2003-25; AMENDING Chapter 10, THE
Capital Improvements Elenment, Schedule of
Capital Improvements; AND PROVIDING FOR
AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

Ordinance No. 4:
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA; AMENDING ORDI-
NANCE 2003-25; AMENDING THE FUTURE
LAND USE MAP OF THE SANTA ROSA COUN-
TY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN; CHANGING
THE LAND USE CLASSIFICATIONS AS
DEPICTED IN THE ATTACHED MAPS; AND
PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.


Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Sirgle Fanul)
Residenual to Commercial - appr.:.ir.mateli, 15.5 acres


I Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Agriculture to Single
FamilN Residential - approu'matel\ 170.3-1 acres and
Con-.er a.uon/Recreajon - appro'.inmtel. 13.22 acres.


Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Agriculture to Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Agriculture to
Commercial- approximately 23.72 acres. Commercial- ~ppro\imatel. .1.12 acres and Medium Density
Residential-approimnatcell 15.50 acres.


FuLture Land Use Designaiion A.mended: from Single Family
Reidential :to Reidentual - jppr,'- iniel', 18.48 acres.


Future Land UseDesignation Amended: from Agriculture and Single
Family Residential to Commercial - approximately 10.28 acres.


Future Land Use Designation %mended: from Agriculture to
Medium Densit, Residenjal - appiromateil 105 acres.


Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Agriculture to Single
Family Residential - approximately 30 acres.


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

Santa Rosa County adheres to the Americans with Disabilities Act and will make reasonable modifications for access
to this meeting upon request. Please call Santa Rosa County Planning, Zoning and Development Division at (850)
981-7075 to make a request. For Hearing-Impaired, 1-800-955-8770 (Voice). Requests must be received at least 48
hours in advance of the meeting in order to provide the requested service.
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Wednesday September, 13, 2006


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Page 5-A


Wednesday September 13, 2008 The Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Local


By PAMNELA HOLT
Press Gazette Staff Writer
' . The old Piggly Wigloy and
tie gas station in front of it are
coming down.
But no one is sure when.
. It's been years. since the
S Abertsons grocery store chain
signed a 20-year-lease for the
property located on the comer
of Hwy. 90 and Dogwood
)rive.
Milton Mayor Guy


Two crimes

are similar

By Ll NNE HOUGH
Press Gazette StaffWriter
Two women held-up at'
gunpoint in the Cordova Mall
'parking lot last weekend were
accosted in the same manner of
4Pace attempted robberN in
June.
While law enforcement
offered two different vehicle,
descriptions for get-a-way cars,
the method is reported as the
same.
I Pensacola Polide
Department officials-say two
women exited the mall Friday
around 2 p.m. near the food
�ourt. Reports. say they were
hittingg inside a vehicle when a
man, armed with a gun, stuck
his head and shoulders into the
vehicle. He took their purses
atnd fled in a four-door, dark
green, Gran Prix.
: The gunman was described
as a young thin black male in
his teens or early 20s. At the
time of the robbery, he was
reportedly wearing a blue and
ted ball cap, no shirt, and possi-
bly light-colored shorts. The
driver of the car was a black
male as well, but the victims
could offer no further descrip-
See CRIMES, Page 6A.


Tax


Continued From Page One.
for all these items, including
cutting the proposed $2,000
raise for deputies: $2,239,080.
There are several high-dol-
lar items not being considered
for elimination from the budget.


These include: $2 million to
demolish the old jail and build a
new courtroom; a new parking
lots for Navarre Beach: $1.25
million; dune crossovers at
Navarre Beach: $807,100; 20
new Sheriff's employees:


$801,600; county road depart-
ment increase: $250,000; gen-
erators . for County
Administrative Office
Complex, County Auditorium,
public works and public safety
facilities: $190,000; support of


Taxbreak likely to amount to $21.58


By LYNNE HOUGH
Press Gazette Staff Writer
The millage rate for,ad val-
orem taxes will not go up this
year. That is a fact, already
determined by a vote of the
Santa Rosa County commis-
sion.
But will it go down?
And if it does, what kind of
itnpact would it really have on
homeowners?
: As Sheriff's deputies
protest proposed budget cuts
affecting their future salaries--
and budget meetings see an
attendance in the hundreds-
the County Commission discus-
sion continues.
' And the public speaks.


But just what are the facts?
What doesall this talk about not
giving deputies raises, failing to
open the Pace Library and cut-
ting roughly $2.3 million from
the budget really mean?
Joel Hanniford is the Santa
Rosa County budget director.
His answer may come as a sur-
prise..
He says, if the budget cuts
currently being considered are
approved it would affect the
"average" homeowner by put-
ting $21.58 back in their pock-
et-annually.
That figure comes from tak-
ing a , home valued at
$150,000-considered average
in Santa Rosa County-and
allowing for the $25,000


Homestead Exemption. Then,
Hanniford says, allow for the
fact the Property Appraiser fig-
ures the taxable value at 80% of
its real value. That-would leave
a house valued at $150,000
actually being taxed on a
$100,000 value.
In the budget, -because the
Pace Library finalization : is
being considered for a cut, it is
likely Santa Rosa County
would have to repay a $500,000
grant to the State of Florida. By
halting the project. Santa Rosa
Count\ would no longer be"
meeting an obligation for its
share of the 100% matching
$500.000 grant.
Hanniford says the
$500,000 repayment to the
State. must be subtracted from
die $2.3 million being saed in
cuts from the Counts budget.
lea ing roughly $1.8 million in
cuts left to "'benefit" the public.
Based on these figures, the
budget cuts. and the $500,000
repayment to the State could
result in a millage rate drop to
6.4017-or an annual savings
of $21.58 per $150,000 home-
steaded property. That is, if the
County Commission votes to
approve the, lower millage rate
and/or the budget cuts.
Given the fact man\ home-
owners in Santa Rosa County
live in homesteaded dwellings
\iell under the " aerage"-it
could mean a $10 cut per year
for some.
And. Hanniford points out,
this figure is only part of the ta\
property owners pay. A portion
still goes to the School Board
and the NW Florida. Water
Management District gets one
percent.
Because many property
owners are facing higher taxes
due to property values increas-
ing by 30% this year-along
with higher insurance' rates and'
building costs because of direct
hurricane strikes--county com-
missioners say they want, to
give taxpayers a break.
Commissioners will decide
by making a final vote later this
month. The last budget hearing
is slated for September 19 at 6
p.m. in the County Commission
Chambers of the County
Administration Building on
Hwy. 90.

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


emergency responder:
$120,000; and an increase for
road materials.
The inspiration for this
year's budget came in the form
of an unprecedented increase .of
$13,279,694 in one year-44%.
This is the highest single-year
boost in Santa Rosa history and
was bome from the assessed
value of properties increasing
by 30%.
The actual tax rate of


6.6175 mills was not raised.
The assessed value of the prop-
erty increased dramatically fol-
lowing multiple direct hits by
hurricanes over the past couple
of years.
County Staff has been
asked to prepare a report for the
final budget hearing to be held
on Sept. 19.
Story written by Lynne
Hough. Reach her at:


Thompson says it \as ala..s in
the lease for the buildings .t
: come down. Plans were
releasedshowing the layout for
the gas station and improve-
. ments to the parking lot.
.. But when Albertsons hesi-
tated, to complete the project,
citing financial concerns,
Thompson says all planning
came to a halt.
Since then, hurricanes ha'e
helped turn empty buildings
into eyesores.
And now, Thompson says,
he wants the buildings con-
demned and torn down.
"They're a detriment to our
city,' he notes.
He says he doesn't want the
City to appear to be 'in decline
and draw any wrong elements,
citing lack of attention by the
City's Code Enforcement
Department -
e"I want it torn down," he
stresses. "We're going to go
through the legal process. I
giantt our people to get the
Council's approval now. This
needs to get moving, get the
paperwork in motion," says
Thompson.
The Mayor says a shake-up
of Code Enforcement -and
Planning and Zoning will be
forthcoming,
"We're going to restruc-
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Gulf Breeze gives $75,000 to youth


By LYNNE HOUGH
Press Gazette Staff Writer
The City of Gulf Breeze is
responsible for a $75,000 dona-
tion to Take Stock in Children
benefiting Sanita Rosa school
students across the county.
The check presentation was
made at a reception held for stu-
dents meeting their mentors for,
the first time, on August 24. ,
'With the 100% matching
funds from State of Florida
Take Stock officials, the total
gift equates to $150.000 in,
scholarships for students
here-over and above ,hat has
already been raised.
Thirty-two students were
gathered with supporters to
receive, their Take Stock in
Children contracts for four-year
scholarships when the"
announcement was made.
More than 100 people met


at the Benny Russell Center at
Locklini Technical Center.
Many didn't know one another,
but they soon would.
Recipients from every mid-
dle and high school in the coun-
ty were represented. Family
members and school officials
honored the students. They and
their parents signed contracts to
seal the deal on the student's
college education.,
And they met their men-
tors-strangers. who 'have,
agreed to -meet with students for
one hour a week at their schools
to offer encouragement and
support. The mentor portion of
the program is mandatory or
Florida State funds will not be
issued for a: 100% match of
funds raised by the Santa Rosa


Educational Foundation.
The money has been raised
arid matched, the mentors have
been found, the contracts have
been, signed. Now it's:up to the.
students to make sure the
opportunity remains in place.
Behavior, school atten-
dance and academic achieve-
ment affect scholarship reten-
tion. If a student does not main-.
tain an agreed-upon standard of.
achievement, they could lose
the scholarship, according, to
officials.
In addition to the Gulf
Breeze donation, the Santa'
Rosa Educational Foundation
announced the hiring of a new
executive director, . Kathy
Purdon. She . will replace
Clairen IReese, who recently


resigned her position.
Santa Rosa Educational
Foundation Chairman Randy
Sansom spoke to the crowd,
telling the students the value of
a handshake agreement and
their responsibilities in signing
the contract.
He also explained the value.
of a public commitment and
commended the students for the
hard work and dedication
they've already sho\\ n
For information on the Take
Stock in Children program, call
the Santa -Rosa Education
Foundation (850) 983-5043.

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


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By LYNNE HOUGH
,Pre.i 'Ga n-e . Siaf" t\' cr ....
When an accident or disas-
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%khat happens after they lea e?
Who offers support to the vic-
run or surn i\ors left behind?
TIP does.


Crimes


Continued From Page Five.
tion. On June 22. a woman was
sitting in her car in the Pace
Walgreens parking lot %%hen a
man with a gun reached into her
car through a partially open
\\indow\ and demanded the \ic-
tim's purse, money, and med-
ications. Sheriff's officials say
he threatened to kill the %woman.
The .gunman in this case
was described as a black male,'
5'6 to 5'8, with braids in'his,
hair. Santa Rosa Sheriff's
Officials are seeking informa-
tion about the man and his
accomplice,.a white male with a
"distinct" tattoo on his lower
left arm-barbed wire and
flames. He has short brownish
'or dark blonde hair.
Investigators point out. with
the passage of time since the
Pace robbery, the black male


may have ,cut the braids from
his hair to change his appear-
ance.
Security ideo from inside.
Walgreens captured images of
the two men. In the Santa Rosa
case. the vehicle used to flee
\as reported to be' white "in
color and fled on Hwy. 90.
Nothing was taken from the
victimm in the Walgreens
attempted robber\.
Anyone with information
about these robberies is asked
to' contact the Santa Rosa
Sheriff's Office at (850) 983-
1145; the Pensacola Police
Department at (850) 435-1932;
or Crime Stoppers at (850) 437-
STOP.

Story wi itten by Lmnne
Hon lh. Reach her at:
'hough@sr-pg.com


A proposed apartment complex to be built on the property near this
small white house, is causing an uproar among residents and mem-
bers of the Milton Benevolent Cemetery Board. Both groups
appeared at a meeting this week to publicly oppose an "affordable
housing" apartment complex to be built by the Pinnacle Group.
Locals say the complex will distort the charm of the area north of
Berryhill Rd. and west of Stewart St. and locate it much too dose to
the historic cemetery. See related story on Page One.


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The Trauma Intersention
Program recruits citizens \,jth
strong hearts and a soft shoul-
der to help those in need fol-
lowing a crisis.
The need is especially great
in Santa Rosa County.
TIP Program Manager
Tomms .Carter says,
"Volunteers are needed to pro-
vide emotional and practical
support to victims of traumatic
events and their families in the
first few hours following a
tragedy.
Trained volunteers are
called to respond b\ poiice, fire
and eniergenc\ room personnel
to offer support to a traumatized
person % ho is not physically
injured, but needs help. ."Co-.
victims" often need assistance
making phone calls,, getting
papers in order, or just having
someone to talk to.
No experience is required.
Free -training . is offered.
Organizers say the first training
class since, Hurricane Ivan
struck began in August. The
next training will be held in
October.
Anyone 16 years of age and
older is able to applr in
Escambia, Santa , Rosa and
Okaloosa Counties.
The only commitment is for
three 12-hour shifts a month of
.on-call duty.
It does not require the vol-
unteer to be anywhere, just to
be available should someone
need them. The volunteer is
allowed to pick out what shift
they:want to be on-call.
For more information, call
(850) 934-6654 or (850) 916-
1517 for Tommy Carter. Email:
tcnkat@(bellsouth.net or visit
www.TIP-SER.org
SStory written by Lynne
Hough. Reach her at:
hough@sr-pg.com


Pre-Sale
$129,900


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Wednesday Septembe 2006


The Santa Rosa Press Gazette Page 7-A


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.: 57-2006-CP-242
Division:
IN RE: The Estate of
,VONCILE AUDREY MILLS
alk'/a
VONCILE A. MILLS,
'Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
,The administration of the
estate of Voncile Audrey Mills
,a/kJa Voncile -A. Mills,
Deceased, File No. 57-2006-
CP-242, is pending in the
Circuit Court for Santa Rosa
'County, Florida, Probate
'Divisibn, the address of which
Is Santa Rosa County
,Courthouse, 6865 S.W.
Caroline Street, Milton, FL
r32570.' The names and
addresses of the personal rep-
resentative and her attorney
.are set forth below.
-All creditors of the decedent
-and other persons having
claims or demands a,;',. I
decedent's estate, rci.Ij,,r-j
un-matured, contingent or un-
liquidated claims, on whom a
copy of this notice is served
must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE
-DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE&OR
30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate,. including
un-matured, contingent or un-
liquidated claims, must file
,their claims with this court,
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER
iTHE DATE OF THE. FIRST
PUBLICATION ' OF THIS
- NqTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL ' BE .FOREVER
BARRED.
The date of the first publication
of this Notice is September 6,
',2006.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
/s/ DAVID L. DEES
David L.-Dees, Esquire
FL Bar No.: 254975
"3300 N. Pace Boulevard-
Suite 315 .
'Pensacola, FL 32505
.(850) 432-2407
Personal Representative:
,/s/ BRENDA LORRAINE'
'ANDERSON
"Brenda Lorraihe Anderson
, 209 Hewitt Street
'Pensacola, FL 32503
S090606
,,091306

,IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
SFLORIDA
�"PROBATE DIVISION
- File No.: 57-2006-CP-197
Division: PROBATE
'IN RE- ESTATE OF
Rl-CK r LEE -IARRI
Deceased.
'-NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the
'-estate of Ricky Lee Harris,
Deceased, whose date of
death was March 7, 2006, is
pending in the Circuit Court for
. an.t R..- C-unty, Florida,
- Pioare D,.,I:,r,, the address
of which is P.O. Box 472,
Milton, FL 32572. 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 having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice is required
to be served must file their
claims with this court WITHIN
THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS
AFTER 'THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SER-
VICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate ,,, i i ,';
their claim 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 6,
2006.
Attorney . for Personal
Representative:
sl/ KENNETH R: FOUNTAIN,
Kenneth R. Fountain
Attorney for Susan Harris
-.Florida Bar No. 48569
2045 Fountain Professional
Ct., Suite A
Navarre, Florida 32566,
Telephone: (850) 939-3535
Personal Representative:
/s/ Susan Harris
Susan Harris
8178 Calle Mio
Navarre, Florida 32566
090606
091306

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEAR-
ING
WHEREAS, Harry Harris, has'
petitioned to vacate, abandon,
discontinue and renounce any'
interest and right of the public
In and to the following
described property to wit:
The portion of
Pace Road running East and
West between the South side
of Lots
o 159, 160 and
161 in the Pace Heights
Subdivision, P. B. "B" PG 14;
of the public
records of Santa
Rosa County, Florida.
AND WHEREAS, a time and
date'has been established for
a public hearing for the Board
of County Commissioners to
consider the :advisability of
exercising its authority pur-
suant to Chapter 336 of the
general statutes to vacate,
abandon, discontinue,
renounce and disclaim any
right or interest of the public in
and to the above described
property.
NOW THEREFORE, all Inter-
ested persons and the public
'generally are directed that a
rmi hssrinr uoonf he a3h o'.'
misi3 e., Tr i _ B Sard .:., .:.,jr.ry
Commissioners of Santa Rosa .


WndnR dAv Seotember 13. 2006


Legal Notices
. .. - . . ..Ic auction.and-will-sell"the


County, Florida, in the
Commissioners . Meeting
Room in the Santa Rosa
County Administrative Center
located at 6495 Caroline
Street, Milton. Florida on the
28th day of September, 2006,
at the hour of 9:30 a.m.
cst/cdst, or as soon thereafter
as the matter can be consid-
ered.
All interested parties should
take notice that if they decide
to appeal any decision made
by the Board of County
Commissioners with respect to
any matter coming before said
Board at said meeting, it is
their individual responsibility to
insure that a record of pro-
ceedings they are appealing
exists and for such purpose
they will need to insure that a
'verbatim record of the pro-
ceedings is made, which
record shall Include the testi-
mony arid the evidence upon
which their appeal is to be
based. Interested parties may
appear at the meeting and be
heard with respect to this mat-
ter.
091306
091306 -

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR WATER USE PERMIT
Notice is hereby given that
pursuant to Chapter 373,
Florida Statutes, the following
applications) for water use
permits) has (have) been
received by the Northwest'
Florida Water Management.
District:
Application number I 06758
filed 09/01/2006
City of Milton, P.O. Box 909,
Milton, FL 32572
Requesting a maximum with-
drawal of 7,250,000 gallons
per .day from the Sand-and-
Gravel .
Aquifer System for Public
Supply use by existing and
proposed facilities..
General withdrawal location(s)
in Santa Rosa County: T02N,
R28W, Sec. 21C, 31 B, 31C,
32D, 34B, 34C
Interested 'persons may object
to or comment upon the appli-
cations or submit a written
r'qu.i li fcr a3 .:'pv . f I i',h- 'iff
i.p1'r' a :.r ','.ralha"1in tjrjpose.l
aglcr.C a .icr. rega,.r,.g ine
appi. i au ni. 3i u wiin 1w, ic. in
0 :1. ' ri .I C.f Re. ource
Regulation of the Northwest
Florida Water Management
District, attention Terri
Peterson, 152 Water
Management Drive, Havana,
Florida 32333-9700, but such
comments or requests must
be received by 5 o'clock p.m.
on September 28, 2006.
No further public notice will be
provided regarding this (these)
applicationss, Publication of
this notice constitutes con-
structive notice of this permit
application to all substantially
affected persons. A copy of the
staff reports) must be
requested in order to remain
advised of further proceedings
and .any public hearing date.
S'J' .in'iill,, anecLed pEisons
,ra. ,r,|..|a1 tc. rEqui2I an
administrative hearing regard-
ing the proposed agency
action by submitting a written
request according to the provi-
sions of 40A-1.521, Florida
Administrative Code: Notices
of Proposed Agency Action
.will be mailed only to persons
who have filed such requests.
091306
091306
970Q2


REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
FOR ENGINEERING AND
CONSTRUCTION SERVICES
Notice is hereby given that the
Santa Rosa County Board of
County Commissioners is call-
ing for and requesting propos-
als for Engineering 'and
Construction services within
the County Industrial Park.
Services will relate to a design
build of a County railroad'side-
track within the County
Industrial Park.
Preference will be given- in the
selection to a firm that pos-
sesses previous knowledge
and experience with Railroad
construction and design.
All proposals must be in writing
and delivered by hand, mail,
fax, or Fed EX to the Santa
Rosa County Procurement
Department, 6495 Caroline
Street, Suite G, Milton, Florida'
32570, and must be received
by 10:00 a.m., October 3,
2006. Only proposals received
by the aforbstated time and
date will be considered. All pro-
'posals shall'be labeled, "RFP-
Engineering and
Construction Services -
Railroad Sidetrack."
Questions concerning this
request should be directed to
the Assistant Santa Rosa
County , Engineer, Michael
Schmidt, at (850) 981-7100.
The Board of County
Commissioners reserves the
',rni 10 acc pl Lr 'Ic' ' ar./
and all q ro'p..1-I. ."r. .r1 I . o *l r T In'
,ari, ana to i �. ,e 1'a ll i.iorr a
ties.
Santa Rosa County does not
discriminate on the basis of
race, color, national origin, sex,
religion, age, or handicapped
status in employment or provi-
sion of service.
By order of the Board of
County Commissioners, of
Santa Rosa County, Florida.
91306
91306


lic auction and will sell the
same, subject to taxes, all prior
liens, encumbrances and judg-
ments, if any to the highest and
best bidder for CASH IN
HAND. The proceeds to be
applied as far as may be to the
payment of costs and the satis-
faction of the above described
execution.
WENDELL HALL, SHERIFF.
OF


FLORIDA
By: /s/James E. Chessher
James E. Chessher
Deputy Sheriff
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SALE DATE.
091306
092006
092706
100406
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qAKITA RnRA COUNTY. (7) DAYS PRIOR TO THE


H


9/703
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEAR-

WHEREAS, Virginia Williams,
has petitioned to vacate, aban-
don, discontinue and renounce
any interest and right of the
public in and to the following
described property to wit:
The street running east and
west know as Marquis Drive
previously known as Carter
Street between Lot 5, Block 11
& 12 and.Lot 4 Block 10 and 1.
The unnamed right-of-way run-
ning east and west between
Lot 4, Block 5 and 6 and Lot 1,
Block 1, 2, 3, 4 and 8.
The unnamed alleyway running
north and south adjacent to Lot
5, block 12, 13, and the south ?
of 14 and Lot 5 west 45 feet of
block 11, 10, and the south ? of
block 9.
AND WHEREAS, a time and
date has been established for a
public hearing for the Board of
County Commissioners to con-
sider the advisability of exercis-
ing its authority pursuant to
Chapter 336 of the general
statutes to vacate, abandon,
discontinue, renounce and dis-
claim any right or interest of the
public in and to the above
described property.
NOW THEREFORE, all inter-
ested persons and the public
generally are directed that a
public,. h ,.,air.. uor, the above
Trne- ir.r,,.'i Pellii"-, shall be
held by the Board of County
Commissioners of Santa Rosa
County, Florida, in the
Commissioners Meeting Room
in the Santa Rosa County
Administrative Center located
st f6f95 Caroline Stret Milton
FirIrla. .n ir.e 26ir . d y .or
September, 2006, at the hour
of 9:30 a.m. cst/cdst, or as,
Soon thereafter as the matter
can be considered.
All Interested parole 'should
take notice trl 11 they decide
to appeal any 'decision made


by the Board of County
Commissioners with respect to
any matter coming before said
Board at said meeting, It is
their individual responsibility to
Insure that a record of pro-
ceedings they are appealing
exists and for such purpose
they will need to insure that a
verbatim record of the pro-
ceedings is made, which
record shall include the testi-
mony and the evidence upon
which their appeal is to be
based. Interested parties may
appear at the meeting and be
heard with respect to this mat-
ter.
91309
91309
~Z704
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE is hereby given, that
pursuant to WRIT OF EXECU-
TION issued in the. County
Court of Hillsborough County,
Florida, on the 6th day of July,
2006, in the cause wherein ,
RAILROAD AND INDUSTRIAL
CREDIT UNION, was plaintiff
and PHYLISS ANN DEEN
AND DANIEL L. DEEN were
defendants, being Case No.
05-13723-SC In said court, I,
Wendell Hall, As Sheriff of
Santa Rosa County, Florida,
have levied upon 'all the right,
title, and interest of the defen-
dant, Daniel L Deen in and to
the following describedperson-
aLproperty, to wit:,
DESCRIPTION OF PROPER-
IY .
1987 CHEVROLET
CORVETTE
VIN # 1G1YY2185H5127118
I shall offer this property for
sale, at east front door of the
Santa Rosa Criminal Justice
Fan., ,r, . Miiion. Santa Rosa
C.:,untf, riorla at the hour of
I 00 p m on ine .18th day of
October, 2006, Or as soon
thereafter as possible. I will.
c.ner tor salea a ir e said adelen.
darns DANIEL L DEEN rigr.i
[ine and Iriereas In in, alcorie.
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Community


AILLIAMS.







Marsha Beach
"Celebrating 26 Years"
572-5652


6552 N. Starboard Dnve So much sqR
forthe money 2075 sqfti, S169 900
3Br/2Ba, Florida room, near Whiting.
build in 1999. Clean as a puL


Locals named
to Dean's List,
The President's List names
those students with nine or
more credits in the term that
made a grade point average of
3.8 to 4.0 during the semester.
The Dean's List names students
with nine or more credits in the
term that earned a GPA of 3.5 to,
3.79.
Named to the President's
List are Richard Brookes from
Milton and Matthew Amato,
Sarah Amato, Dana Brauer,'
Colin Cannon, C\nthia Hale,
Timothy Hale, Thomas Rich
and R)an Sadler all from.
Na arre.
Named to the Dean's List
are Brittne\ Morett and
Bobbie Springston from Milton
and Tina Brousseau, Melissa
Chadbourne, Meric Demirbas.
Robyn Kuchina, Timothy
Lawson, Kristie McDonald,
Ashley Miller, Nina Nehring,,


Sean Neill, Wilson Ocampo,
Joan Parcher, Brittany Shaffer,
Austin Tilghman, Joshua
Weaver and Tommy Weaver
from Navarre.

Women's Career
Day planned.
Are you tired of the dead-
end J-O-B? Attracted to. the
flexibility and freedom of
being your 6wn boss?
Attend the Women's Career
Day and Tnd out how you can
begin a business without high
start-up fees and without quit-
ting your full-time job!
Women's Career Day will
be held Saturday, September
16, 2006 from 1:00 p.m. to
4:00 .p.m. at First United
]Methodist Church in :Pace at.
4540. ChumuckJa High a.',
Pace, FL 32571. .
We 6ffer full-time anid part-,
time opportunities fori women
who want to build a business


they can own.
To reserve a. seat contact
Margarita Vazquez at 6478
Highway 90 Suite C, Milton,
FL, 32503 or call (850) 626-
7188.

Deer Dog
Association -to meet
The Blackwater Deer Dog
Association, a non-profit
organization, will be having
their Trst ofTcial meeting on
Friday, September.15, 2006 at
7:00 p.m. at the Blackwater
Horse Stables.
For information or direc-
tions please call Mike Garrett
at 957-4752 daytime or Christ
Garrett at 957-0045 at night.

For the love
of gardening
."The Santa Rosa Educators
Gardening Association
(SREGA) welcomes you to
join them each month in an
informal, fun and friendly gar-
dening meeting! You will
receive .-tips, techniques and
month to-do ideas for ..our
Southern gardens. The meet-
ings also include the e\chjnge
of ideas and plants, garden
tours and information regard-
ing community gardening
events. Membership of the
SREGA is free and open to the
general public and the only
membership requirement is an
interest in gardening.
This month's guest speaker
willbe Duane McDonal. one of
the Santa Rosa Count) MNster
Gardeners. One of several top-
ics to be discussed this month
\%ill be "Florida School Yards
and Venomous Snakes." This
,month's meeting "ill be
September 18 at 4:15 p.m.: at
the Berryhill Administrative
Complex, 6751 Ben-r hill Street
in Milton behind the Milton
Fire Department.
For More information call
983-5571 or 983-5584..

Florida Trail
Association plans hike
Join the Western Gate
Chapter of the Florida Trail.
Association for a hike, swim,
and picnic at Blackwater River
State Park. For details call


Preservation
Board to meet
The City of N
Historic Preservation
will meet in regular se
Thursday, September '
at 5'30 -p.m. in the
Chainbers at City Ha
Dixon Street
All meetings are opt
public. For more info
please contact the
Milhon Planning Depar
i850) 983-5440.

Green-Up
begins fall sale
Green-Up Santa R
begin their annual fall
Friday , September1
.plants, in the nursery
2o,' off through the
December The sale
all tlpes of shrubs,. ti
perennials
Experts sat.lhat pla
the fall gites sour p
best chance for succe
gro% th never stops her
gulf coast, .so the plan
good start before
weather hits again ne
mer.
Green-Up Santa Rc
program of the San
Clean Communit\
-which aidmnisiiters c
en% ironmental p
throughout the
Proceeds from Green
toward public planting
support of the enviro
programs. The nursery
ed at 6758. Park Av
Milton, which is two tr;


contact
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Youth
hold a
Day on


nals north from highway 90 on "
Stewart St, left on Park and'.
down about half a block on the'
left. Hours of operation are
Tuesday through Saturday
from 9 am through 4 pm. For-
more information, call the '
nursery at 623-1930.


(850) 995-4267 or
http://westgate.toridatr

Clean Up
Day planned
The East Milton
Association will h
Community Clean Up
Saturday, September 1
from 5:00 p.m. to 7:
Please come out and
get the park in tip top s
All parents and adu
use the facilities are
aged to assist on this
part of your volunteer
nation agreement ith
If 3 on hae an% que,
comments please conta
Lashare at (850) 748,
Jason Dingier at (85
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Lap Band and other weight-loss surgery
techniques are topic of seminar on Sept. 21
Dr. Jeffrey L. Lord.-a spe- Institute for Surgical Weight with restricted passage to the
cialist in laparoscopic eight Loss can perform t%\ o types of rest of the stomach. This pouch
loss surgery, will present weight loss surgery that use Tils quickly and creates a feel-
"Weight Loss Surgery: Is It small incisions. The first is ing of fullness. ..
Right for You?" on Thursday, laparoscopic gastric bypass sur- Dr. Lord and his staff pro-
Sept. 21, from to 7:30 p.m. at gery, which involves a perma- vide comprehensive evaluation
the Sacred Heart Hospital nent rerouting of the digestive of clinically obese patients to
Conference Center in system that leaves patients with determine their candidacy for
Pensacola. a small stomach pouch. The these life-changing procedures
The only board-certified surgery creates. a bypass that as- vell as extensive
bariatric surgeon in Northwest reroutes food around a portion patient/family education to cre-
Florida w ith advanced fellow - of the small intestine." ate a foundation for a healthy
ship training in %weight loss sur- The second, newer approach' lifestyle.
gery, Dr. Lord series as director performed at Sacred Heart is Reservations are required for
of the Sacred Heart Institute for adjustable gastric banding. this free senunar. To make a
Surgical Weight Loss. He has Using a laparoscope, the sur- reservation or to obtain more
special e\penise in minimall\ geon places an intarable band information, please call i850)
invasive surgical weight loss around the stomach. creating a 416-1628 or visit \ww~w.sacred-
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VA, Florida Partner
to help injured veterans
WASHINGTON - To help
severely wounded service
members get additional bene-
Tis from the state when the.
move from militarN hospitals to
Department of Veterans Affairs
iVA) medical facilities. VA is
beginning a pilot project "ith
Florida. The program will con-
nect injured patients in that
state with the Florida
Department of Veterans'
Affairs (FDVA) Seamless
Transition Program.".
The Honorable R. -James
Nicholson. Secretary of
Veterans Affairs, announced
today that VA has accepted a
proposal by Florida Governor
Jeb Bush to share information
on those veterans %who want to
be contacted about Florida
state beneTis.
"This is a promising exten-
sion of VA's own transition
assistance for those leading
military serve ice," said
Nicholson. "If well received by
Florida's injured veterans. I
hope we can partner v\ ith other
states to make this long-term
support possible for these most
deserving veterans in other
parts of the country..
In the VA-Florida program.
VA %ill pro% ide an opportunity\
for injured _eterains who. are
being treated in DoD medical


facilities and are headed for VA
treatment facilities after their
discharge, to authorize contact
by the FDVA. The state is com-
mitted to providing life-long
follow,-up aid to those veterans
w ho need it and consent to be
contacted.
SecretarN Nicholson praised
Gov. Bush and the Florida
Department of Veterans Affairs
for their iniatiate in trying to
help Florida's veterans. FDVA
assists veteranss and armed
services members and their
dependents with a varietyy of
beneTis from Florida that are
given w without charge.
Information on FDVA and ben-
eTts for Florida veterans can be
found at w\ ww.FloridaVets.ore.
"Ole Chief sa's the correct
amount for 2006 clothing
allowance is $641.00. Last
week's article quoted 2005


rate."
Veterans Beware!
Potential Pharmacy Scam!
A VA patient received a
telephone call this weekend
from a man w ho indicated he
%\as "from the I'4 pharmacy"
and requested that the yet'ss
w ife., to whom he w as speaking,
provide the vet's full SSN ishe
gave last four only). He then
indicated that the new regula-
tions would mean that the vet
oed $800, and asked for
credit card info to pay the
bill. Fortunately, the vet was
having none of that, and indi-
cated that he was a 100% ,SC
vet who wouldn't pay co-
pays, and hung up.
The VA Pharmacy WILL
NOT call and ask for your
SSN or credit card informa-
tion.


Experienced childcare workers preferred, but not required.
Great Pay/
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August, 2006
At the Heritage. we offer Physical therapy and occupational therapy by licensed therapist and
certified assistants. Our speech therapy services are provided by a licensed board certified speech-
language pathologist.
Sharon Duke, MS. CCC-SLP, has 6 years of experience in cognitive rehabilitation and uses stan-
dardized testing to determine the extent of language and cognition deficits and the areas for therapy
focus. Language treatments include exercise in comprehension of oral, written, graphic and, when
appropriate, manual modalities augmentativee communication, Picture Exchange Communication
Symbols and communication boards or books, and sign language). Cognitive areas of intervention
including attention, memory, problem solving, and executive functions including decision making
for personal safety, and appropriate actions and responses in social situations.
In addition, she has experience with dysarthria and voice disorders. Oral motor interventions.
articulation drill and exercise, and respiration and vocal quality exercises are used to treat these dis-
orders. Ms. Duke has had extensive training in oral motor therapy attending several ASHA certified
courses over the last 6 years including a recent course in the Beckman oral motor program geared
towards working v tith stroke patients and geriatric population.
Ms. Duke has developed a good working relationship with dietary management and nursing in
order to provide dysphagia patients with the safe, nutrition, least-restrictive diet. Within the past
year, she has attended courses on swallowing taught by Jeri Logamann. Ph.D., CCC-SLP on identi-
fying anatomy and swallow disorders from video fluorography and planning interventions based on
the interpretation, and by Tom Franceschini, M.S., CCC-SLP on dysphagia management in medical
and long term facilities. Diet modification, safe swallow strategies, oral motor to strengthen oral
musculature for bolus propulsion, and patient, family and staff education are all important parts of
dysphagia interventions at the Heritage of Santa Rosa.
Ms. Duke welcomes professional collaboration with doctors and other therapists to insure the best
treatment and outcome for the patient. She often collaborates %with the physical therapists and occu-
pational therapists at the facility to reinforce personal safety) for ADLs and other activities in the
facility.
If you have questions or need for our services, call us at 850-983-8888. We look forward'to serv-
ing you.


Sharon R, Duke, MS, CCC-SLP
Speech-Language Pathologist


5530 Northrop Rd.
Milton 32570


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NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING TO CONSIDER
TEXT AMENDMENTS TO THE SANTA ROSA
COUNTY LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE

The Santa Rosa County Board of County Commissioners will conduct a public hearing to con-
sider three (3) proposed text amendments to the Santa Rosa County Land Development Code
and the recommendation of the Local Planning Board concerning same. The hearing is sched-
uled as follows:
Board of County Commissioners (to review and consider adoption of the amendments):
S Thursday. September 28, 2006 at 6:00 p.m.

The meeting will be held at the Santa Rosa County Administrative Center in the Board Meeting
Room. 6495 Caroline Street, Milton, Florida. At the public hearings, the Board of County
Commissioners shall consider three (3) ordinances entitled as follows:

AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO S.ANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA: AMEND-
ING THE LAND DEI ELOPMENT CODE ORDINANCE 91-24 AS AMENDED:
S ADDING TO ARTICLE 3 DEFINITIONS FOR ,"SPECIAL FLOOD HAZARD
AREA" AND "SUBSTANTIAL DamageE". RE RISING THE DEFINITION FOR
"SUBST-JhTIAL IMPROVEMENT"; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE
S' 'ATE.

AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO SANTA ROSA COUNTY. FLORIDA; AMEND-
ING THE L.-AND DEVELOPMENT CODE ORDINANCE 91-24 AS AMENDED:
REI'SING .ARTICLE 10. SPECIFYING STANDARDS .-AND CLARIFYING CON-


STRUCTION REQUIREMENTS IN SPECIAL FLOOD HAZARD AREAS: .AND
PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

. ' ORDINANCE REL4ATVG TO SANTA ROSA COUNTED FLORIDA. ! END-
ING THE LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE ORDINANCE 91-24 AS AMENDED:
REVISING ARTICLE 12. ALIGNING CERTAIN CONSTRUCTION REQUIRE-
MENTS WITH THE FLORIDA. B( ILDING CODE: AND PROVIDING FOR AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.


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

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


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Betty Salter to Speak at St. Ann and Our Lady Sept. 17


Betty Salter, executive
director of Pensacola Habitat.
for Humanity, will speak at St.
Ann Catholic Church, Gulf
Breeze, and Our Lady of the
Assumption, Pensacola Beach
on September 17, 2006, the
designated international day of
prayer.
Ms. Salter will speak at the
8:30 a.m. and .11:00 a.m'.
Masses at St. Ann, Gulf Breeze
and at the 9:45 a.m. Mass at
Our Lady, Pensacola Beach.
"This is a wonderful oppor-
tunity for us to remember those


in need," said Bev Ishol, who
has been the Habitat for
Humanity coordinator at St.
Ann and Our Lady for 5 years.
"Those who volunteer, whether
financially or on the site, always
receive as much grace as the
family who move into the
house."
"The International Day of
Prayer and Action for Human
Habitat, observed on the third
Sunday in September, is a time
when- the entire Habitat for
'Humanity community is irged
to come together in prayer for


Avalon Baptist Church


celebrates 20th
Avalon Baptist. Church is
celebrating its 20th
Anniversary on September.
17th in a special worship ser-
vice at 10:30 a.m., with a
Fellowship Dinner to follow.
We cordially invite our former
members and friends to cele-.
brate with us.
Avalon Baptist Church
began as a mission from First
Baptist, Milton, in 1981. A
four and one-half acre plot was
purchased on A alon Blhd as a
site for the church. Jim.and,
Mary. Spain opened their home
to begin a "eekl\ Bible studs.
Len and Edna Lawson, Betty
Borden, Odessa Townsend, and
John Crawford were among the
first attendees.
With assistance from First
Baptist, Milton; a "three-\ ide"
chapel was purchased for the
mission and dedicated on Nov.
15, 1981. Consistent growth in
membership allowed the mis-
sion to break ground for a per-
manent structure on June 22,
1986. This new building.
which was completed one year
later, included a 200-seat sanc-
tuary and 5000 sq. feet of first


Anniversary
floor education space and an
additional 6000 sq. feet avail-
able on the second floor.
Avalon Mission was then
able to constitute as a self-sup-
porting church on September
14, 1986. Bro. Fox, who had
served as mission pastor since
April, 1982, continued as pastor
until resigning in June 1989.
Rev. Jack Bilbo served as inter-
im pastor, and Revs Paul James
served as pastor from Jan. 1990
through June 1994. The present
pastor, Dr. GarN Laird. began,
his ministry Jan. 29, 1995.
Continued grokith led to the
completion of classroom space
on the second floor of the origi-
nal building in 1998. the pur-.
chase of seen and a half acres,
of additional land the same
year, and the completion of a
new 6250 sq. ft. fellowship hall
in 2003, that will seat in excess
of 250 people.
Some of Avalon Baptist min-
istries include: The Tender
Heart Learning Center,. a pas-
toral counseling ministry, and a
host church in Family, Promise
(a ministry to homeless fami-
lies).


those in need of shelter", says
the Habitat for Humanity web
site. "Through prayer, Habitat
.for Humanity continues to make
a dramatic difference in the lives
of people around the world.
Many volunteers are drawn to
this ministry after hearing God's
call and seeking God's guidance
through prayer.
Other prayers are answered
when families and communities
grow in the shelter of God's
grace. The hurdles of funding
and building homes are over-
come through the miracles of


prayer."
In October, St. Ann and Our
Lady will begin the 10th Habitat
for Humanity house built by the
two congregations. This is the
first year the churches have
done two houses in a year, Ishol
said.
St Ann Catholic Church and
Our Lady of the Assumption
Mission together are a parish of
over 2,000 persons serving the
community in body, mind and
spirit. Information, bulletins and
newsletters are available on the
web at StAnnGulfBreeze.Org.


Homecoming at Bagdad

United Methodist Church'
Rev. Gary Jones, pastor of the Bagdad United Methodist
Church, invites everyone to the annual Homecoming of Bagdad
United Methodist Church this Sunday, September 17th. Rev.
Steve Van Landingham will be the guest preacher. Sunday
school begins at 9:45 a.m., \worship ser ice is at 11.00 a.m. and:
the traditional covered dish lunch w ill follow the worship ser-
vice. Come and,reminisce %with old and nevw friends. For more
information, please call the church office, 626-1948.
Bagdad United Methodist Church, ill host the Community
Senior's Luncheon on Tues., September 19th All Senior,
Citizens in the community are invited.


Stephanie Leavins in concert
North ie, .Baptist Church- .-..
will host Stephanie Leavins in ,
concert on Sunday evening,
September 17, @ 6:00 PM.
The church is located at 14 "
Stunipfield Rd., Pensacola. '
Pastor Keith NMott in ites all
to come and worship with us in .
this special service .. J
For more info: 941-1446 or
478-5589


Watlnedava S, 5ntembir .92006R"'


* Ask the Preacher
..a.wekly colun2 anriswa-nyour quss-
tica mathbiN Bica anaes &at life.

Dear Pastor Gallups - I read an article that you wrote
sometime ago where you told someone that they should not
marry an unbeliever if they are a Christian. I know the Bible is
pretty clear on this and I understand that concept. Well, what
if you are a Christian who is already married to an unbeliever.
Should you leave-them? This is the situation that I am in. S.S.-
Milton

Dear S.S&, I Corinthians 7:12 -17 answers your question
very clearly. Here, the Word makes clear that if you are a
believer who is already married to an unbeliever, then you are
to stay with that person unless they desire to leave you on
account of your faith in Jesus. In that case, you are free from
that relationship under the Lord. However, if you re-marry,
which you would be free to do according to the Word, you
MUST marry a believer. The Bible is very clear on this matter.
This passage also points out that perhaps in your day to day
living with your spouse, that they may indeed eventually come
to the Lord Jesus with their life. This can be a long and painful
process and in some cases it never happens. However, there are
those joyful instances of an unbelieving spouse coming to sav-
ing faith in Jesus Christ. What a wonderful thing that is, and,
S.S.. this is what I pray happens in your case.
S.S., it would have been better of course, if your spouse and
y ou w ere both serving the Lord Jesus with your life BEFORE
marriage. But, now that you, are �n this situation, the Lord
desires HIS institution of marriage to be honored.
Divorce is never permitted simply because one spouse is a
believer and the other one is not. Let me urge you to faithful-
ly live out your relationship to Jesus in your home, marriage.
famih. and job and %where e er you go. The Lord will honor
this in YOUR life and just perhaps., one-day soon,Iyour spouse
will surrender to the Lordship of Jesus also!

Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in Milton.
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Sports

Sideline
SRC golf scramble is
looking for players
Registrations are being
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Rosa County Chamber Golf
Classic.
This is a four-person scram-
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and includes golf can. 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.
Akf Cats Lea e sees
new bowls fr season
The Ladies Trnos Alley Cats
Winter League at Oops Alle. is
looking for new members.
This all-women's da\
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Sept. 11 with the league run-
ning through May 21 %when the\
will hold an awards and ban-
S quet program.
Bowling in this league will
cost $8 per week per team
member along %\ ith a one time
fee of $15 for 'our USBC card."
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can contact Brenda Gilley at
623-6807 or Oops Alley at 995-
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, tCooeditWey to
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Camp E-Nla-Chamee is
holding their first e\er Co-
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Milton Recreational Park on
Oct. 7.
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Pace and Jay runners fare well

N Central pushes Laurel Hill in volleyball
By BILL GAJIBLIN behind in a tie xor sixth with "Pace did better than theN


PG Sports Editor
Saturday saw the cross-
country season and swimming
seasons get underway in a big
way.
At the Wildcat Invitational
cross country 17 boys' teams
and 16 girl squads competed.
On the eirls side of the com-
petition Pace finished fourth
overall w\ith a team score of
133, while Jay was not far
jay's Taylor Dover and Leely
Trevino leads the Lady Royals
contingent during Saturday's
Wildcat Invitational Cross
Country meet at the Escambia
Equestrian Park.
Press Gazette photo
by Bill Gamblin


Rocky Bayou at 195 points.
The overall winner for the
meet %was Ft. Walton Beach who
recorded a low score of 65 fol-
lowed by Choctawhatchee with
127, and meet host Washington
finishing third with 133 points.
Milton finished 15th overall
with a team total of 366.
Leading the way for the
Santa Rosa County contingent
was Pace sophomore Alex
Guenter who covered the 5K
course at the Escambia County
Equestrian Center in 22:37.82.
which %was good enough for
10th place. .-
She %%as followed by team-
mate Jessica Oram. a freshman.
\\ho posted a 22:39.54 for 11th
place.


have in a long time," said Lady
Patriots coach Clint Martin. "I
was really excited and proud of
my girls.
"The equestrian center is a
great place to run and we will
be back out there tow more
times this season.
Jay's top two runners Trista
Talbot and Leelv Trevino fin-
ished 18th and 19th respecrile-
Il with times of 23:02.00 and
23:08.45.
"Trista and Leely stepped
up." said Jay head coach Becky
Holley. "I was very proud of
our team since it was their first
race of the season.
"At practice (Trista and
Leelyv have been our fourth and
See. PREPS, Pg. 2B


Pace trumps



the Titans late

0 Last second touchdown

keeps Pats a perfect 3-0


By JASON THOMPSON
PG Sports Corn rspondent
The Cardiac Kids of Pace
High School were back at it on
FrtdaN. getting a 1-yard touch-
dew n run by Louie Wise " ith
seen seconds left to edge the
Woodham Titans 16-14 at
Marlon L. Bullock Frida\ in
Pensacola.
The win \was the Patriots'
third in as many games - win-
ning the three by a corfibined
si points. -
"It's the wa\ it's been all,
year," coach Mickey Lindsey
said. "We got some good field
position on the punt and we
were able to get it in."
Bear Comer. who had fum-
bled twice earlier in the game,
returned a Titan punt 15 yards
to the Woodhamn 24-yard line
w ith 2:52 left in the game.
Six plays later, Wise scored
the game-u inning touchdown,
\ ith the Patriots \without a time.
out remaining.
Jarad A-rant got the Pace
(3-0) defense going early,
recording a sack four plays,
later
The Patriots went on ai 11-
pla\ scoring drive on their first
offensive series, with Eric
Martinez kicking a 34-yard'
field goal with 4:49 left in the


-Jay triumphs

away from

home, 18-6
By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
Heading into week three if
there was one thing missing in
Jay it was a win.
The attitudes where there
and the effort had been there,
but they still hadn't been able to
get that first win of the season,
until Friday when they defeated
Vernon 18-6.
Jay (1-2) cut down on their
turnovers and made a couple of
big defensive stops on the
night.
"This really helped the
guys," said Royals head coach
Elijah Bell. "We played a little
better and made a few less mis-
takes.
"Despite all of that it was
still a pretty nip-tuck affair."
The Royals went up 6-0
when Tyler DeGraaf found the
end zone from eight yards out
in the second quarter.
See, JAY, Pg. 2B


first quarter.
Riley Hawkins' 14-yard
reception from Patrick Coogan
on a third down play kept the
drive aljie.
Coogan was 9-tor-14 pass-.
ing for 71 ards., completing six
of the passes to Hawkins for 66
yards.
The Titans (1-2i would
answer right back. t% ith quarter-
back Chris Summerlin scoring
from a yard out to complete a
14-plan drite. The PAT made it
7-3 Titans w ith 10:49 left in the
first half.
A roughing the kicker
penalty against the Patriots kept
the drive going.
The twvo teams traded punts
- Woodhanm's coming after a
Doug Taylor sack - before the
Patriots reclaimed the lead.
Airi Johnson, w ho had 101
yards s rushing on 22 cares.
scored from 3- yards out with
3:42 left in the first half.
Martinez's point after made it
10-7.
Again. Woodham answered
- this time. on a 32-armd touch-
down pass from Summneilin to
Patrick Richardson w. ith 21 sec-
onds left.
Summerlin w\as 3-for-3
passing in the drie. completine
S See., PACE. Pq. 2B


Pace's Airi johnson is seen breaking through the Woodham High defense Friday night as the Patriots
improved to 3-0 on the season. Pace scored the winning touchdown with seven seconds remaining to
make it 16-14.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


SBig plays punt


the II Panthers


By NONA BARDIN
PG Sports Correspondent
In science they teach the
big bang theory, but in football
coaches learn about the big play
theory;
This theory was demon-
strated at least three different
times as the Pine Forest defeat-
ed Milton 35-14.
Milton (1-2) left it all out
on the field, but they just could-.
n't stop the big play offense of
Pine Forest (3-0), which
accounted for three or four of
their scores.
Milton's Dedrick Simmons is
seen running around the right
end of the Pine Forest special
teams unit during the second
half of Friday's 35-14 loss to the
Eagles.
Press Gazette photo
by Bill Gamblin


. The Panthers tried to start
the game with a big play as they
hoped to catch the Eagles still
snoozing on their perch as they
attempted an onside kick to
start the game
But unfortunately the ball
rolled out of bounds near mid-
field giving Pine Forest great
field position.
No one on either sideline
knew it, but that play was just a
small indication of what was to
come.
Despite the great field posi-
tion Pine Forest started with,
they went in reverse and were
force to punt from midfield on,
fourth-and-11.
Horacezo Crawford had his
number called and took the
direct snap and before anyone
noticed he was streaking down
the field 50 yards for the first
See, MILTON, Pg. 2B












Sports


Preps


Continued From Page One
fifth runners, but finished first
and second for us on Saturday."
On the boys side of the
ledger Jay posted the best area
finish by placing 10th out of 17
teams with a team total of 277.
Pace finished 14th with a
team total of 268, while Milton
was 16th at 425.
Choctaw won the overall
boys title with 41 points fol-
lowed by host Washington at
56, and Navarre rounding out
the top three at 70.
Leading the way for Santa
Rosa County individually was
Milton's Jackson Moore who
finished 18th in a' time of
18:58.44.
For Jay it was a good start as
they were led by Dale Barlow,
who just missed the top 20 with
a time of 19:16 finished 25th
overall.
"We feel we had a good
start, but we know we can run
faster times," said Jay coach
Sonya Odom. "'We are going to
continue to work hard in order
to improve our individual
places and team place.
"We beat all but one team in
our district and we feel good
about that."
There are five team in
District IA and the only team
they didn't beat was South
Walton, who finished sixth
overall.
On Thursday a four team
swim meet was held at Hunter
Pool involving Pace. Milton,
Pensacola Catholic, and West


Cross Country
results boys
18.' Jackson M.o6re '(Milton)
18:58.44
25. Dale Barlow (lay I 19:16.63
44. Jeffery Fisher (jay) 20:07.18
50. Drew Kennedy (Ja,) 20:16.64
57. Kvle Kemp (Pace) 20:45.01
59. Steven Llorens (Pace)
20:50.43
65. Dust' Kennedy lJa i
21:11.47
82. Tim Keebler (Pace) 22:08.45'
83. Robert Browder (Pacel
22:09.67
87. ' Steven Houser ,(Pace)
22:18.83 ' ' .-
91. Collin.Cra\,er( Pace)'22:29.13.
92. Stephen Thames( IMilton)
22:53.19
93. Robby Smith'(Jay) 22:58.67 ,
94. Mark Viau '(Milton), 23:02.21
95. Colton Smith (jay) 23:09.11
106. Levi -Blacikm'n .(Jay
24:05.08
108. Kevin Gilmore (Pace)
24.18.82 ,
111. Joshua Green (Milton)
25:01.24
112. Ray Wells (Milton) 25:02.19
117. John Quiroz (Milton)

Florida Tech.
Pace won the boys meet with
97 points followed by Catholic
(88), Milton (34) and West
Florida (21).
In the girls competition Pace
completed the sweep with 104
points to take first followed by
Milton (82) and Catholic (74).
West Florida Tech did not field
a team.
The best finish for Milton
on the boys' side was the 200


31:37.96


Cross Country

results girls
10. Alex Cuenter (Pace)
22:37.82.
11. Jessica Oram (Pace) 22:39.54
18. Trista Talbot(lay) 23:02.00
19. Leely Trevino (lay) 23:08.45
24. Sami Hunt (Pace) 23:21.61
49. Jazlyn Smith (Milton)
25:09.22
52. Taylor Dover dlavl 25.23.84
53. - Robin' Blackman (Jay)
25.24.04
57. Tiffany Boisvert (Milton)
25:40.80
58. Gloria Raney (Jay) 25.45.79
59. Tina Hierholzer (Pace)
25:54.52
61. Am. Rigby (Pace) 26:04.47
6J. Megan Wheeler (Pacel
26:15.09
66. Lori Devine (Miltonm
26:17.87
67. Allison Blair (Jay) 26:19.40
73. Jennifer Butler l'jaNi 26:46.98
75. Lois Collins (Pace) 26:53.11
83. Ariane Carr (Milton)
27:39.76

and 400 freestyle relay squads
with second place finishes.
Individually Kenn Hertzler
posted a third place finish in
the 50 freestyle in 27:10 sec-
onds.
For Pace Colin Coleman
took first in the 200 freestyle
(2:09) and first in the 100
freestyle (55.851. Brad Pearson
finished first in the 50 freestyle
(24.91.1 and first in the 100
backstroke (1:09), while Eric


Kasey Kessler is seen competing in the 50 butterfly Saturday during a meet held at the Club in Gulf,
Breeze. Results from this meet were not available at press time.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin,.


Young took first in the 500
freestyle (6:23).
As a team the Patriots took
first place in the 200-meter
freestyle relay (1:45.1.
The Pace girls took first in
the 200-medley relay (2:121)
and first in the 400 freestyle
relay (4:19).
Individually for the Lady
Patriots Rebecca Pollack took
first in the 100 freestyle
(59:92) and the 100 breast-
'stroke ( 1:14)
For Milton Amber Matejra
won the 200 freestyle (3:10).
while the 200 freestyle relay
team took first as %well i2:071
On Thursday it was a match


that could serve as a prelude to
the District I-A volleyball
finals as Laurel Hill needed
five games to dispose of
Central 26-24. 21-25. 19-25.
26-24. and 15-13.
The Lady Jags (4-2. 1-1 in
District 1-A) seemed poised to
get the win, but in game four
they saw a 10-point advantage
(23-13) disappear as the Lady
Hoboes took a 24-23 lead.
"We relaxed in the fourth
game and we knew it." said
Central head coach Scott
Campbell. "We have six sen-
iors and five of them plan a lot.
"Last year we played them
to five games twice and each of


us won on the others floor."
Campbell was pleased over-.
all despite not getting the %win.
"I think we looked a lot bet-
ter tonight than we have been,"-
said Campbell. "We are trying.
to have fun and get them in the
right spot.
"W\e are going after the ball,
pretty good as a team."
Also on Thursday Milton:
fell in three straight games to'
Na\arre 25-15. 25-21. and 25-
14.
With the loss Milton fell to:
2-7 overall and 2-5 in District'
1-4A .
Story written by:
Bill Gamblin. Reach him.


Pace


Continued From Page One
the touchdown pass on a
fourth-and-2 play. Woodham
led 14-10 at the half.
The Patriots moved the ball
'well on their opening second
half series before Comer fum-
bled at the Titan 43-yard line.
For the rest of the quarter,
both teams defenses ruled as
Pace held Woodhani to ninus-6
yards on their next two posses-
sions.
Johnson had a pair of dou-
vle-digit yard gains on Pace's
next series, but again, had to
punt.
Woodham had a chance to
pad its lead on its next series
after Comer fumbled the ensu-
ing punt. But the Titans would
hae to punt at the 31-yard line.
Pace's Brad Stoltman
recovered a Woodham fumble
on the Titans' next possession -
the team's only takeav, aN of the
game - but again had to punt
after Coogan %vas flagged for
intentional grounding.
The punt pinned Woodham


back on their own 5-yard line
with 3:57 to go in the game.
The Titans almost turned the
ball over during the series, but
would punt four plays later, set-
ting the stage for the wild fin-
ish.
After the extra point failed
due to a dropped snap.
WVoodham nearly pulled off a
last second 'win.
After the second of two
halfback passes on the kickoff
return, the Titans had a %\all of
defenders ahead of the ball car-
rier. Only a tackle by Phil
Nlathews at the Patriot 48-\ard
line prevented the Titans from


stuhning the unbeaten Patriots.
Pace %\ill return home on
Friday to play Crest'iew (2-0,)
at 7:30 p.m.
"Crestview is a well
coached team that plays hard
and can beat you a variety of
ways," said Lindsey. "They
have several good running
backs, their quarterback can
throw, the defense plays hard
and they hate a heck of a kick-
er.
"'Sounds like a pretty com-
plete team to me."
But another tough and
physical contest is nothing net\
to Lindsey and the Patriots.
"I knew the season was
going to be like this." said
Lindsey. "There are a lot of
good teams in the region so
there are no surprises.
"The think about these kids
are they keep playing and the\
don't ever quit."

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Milton

Cominued From Page One
touchdown of the game.
"It was the right call at the
right time," said Milton head
coach Mike McMillion. "I think
we played
He is leading in tackles on
defense and tough to take down
on offense.
The Panthers found them-
sel es in a similar situation
%when a mishandled snap by
Matt Shouppe. who weaed his
w\ay to the Milton 41, there he
%%as stopped just shy of the first
down.
After a strong defensive
stand Pine Forest went for it on
fourth-and-two from the Milton
33.
The defense appeared to
have stopped Eagle quarterback
C.J. Dancy just short, when he
suddenly bounced outside and
went 33 \ards for the touch-
down and a 14-0 lead.
The Panthers ,would score
their first, touchdown of the
night \\hen Dusun Land hit
Keenan Tillman on a 17-)ard


pass and cut the lead in half
after Shouppe added the point
after.
Milton appeared to be gain-
ing some momentum as they
had Pine Forest pinned back on
their own nine-yard line.
Dancy then showed some
great touch as he hit Joel Black
for a 91 -N ard touchdown n.
This made is 21-7 as Pine
Forest hoped to take Milton out
of the game. but someone for-
got to tell Land and the offense.
NMHS responded wi th
another drive that ended \with
4:02 remaining in the first half
when Land scored on a keeper
from 14 yards out.
With the crowd back into
the game, the Panthers were
poised to hold on and see what
they could do after halftime.
. But' Pine Forest methodi-
cally worked their v. a3 through
the Panthers' defensive unit and
scored with. :46 remaining
before the half as Alfred Morris
scored from 15 yards out on a'
drive that w\as aided by the Nel-
low hanky.
"Four or five big plays
made the, difference," said


McMillon. "Linfortunately for
us they made all the big plays
and twe didn't."
After leading 28-14 at half-
time. Pine Forest would d add
one more touchdown n in th
third quarter as the defensive
battle continued.
"\We just couldn't make the
big play." said IMcMillion after
the game. "I thought we all
played ver\ hard offensively,
and defensively.
"But to w\in the big game
you have to make the big play.'
Milton v\ ill be on the road
this Friday to face Navtarre.
The Raiders ('2-1) hav\
incorporated a spread offense
this season as their onhl loss
came in a 20-10 decision Friday
to Pensacola Catholic.
Milton and Navarre share d
common opponent this season
in West Florida Tech, which the
Panthers defeated 68-0 in weel
two. v.hile the Raiders defeated
the same Jaguars squad 44-0 to
start the season.

Story written by
Bill Gamblin. Reach hinr
at sports@srpressgazette.cor,


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Coniitiniud From Pagi e One
Then it quickly became 12-
0 when Brandt Hendricks hit
Dylan Smith on a swing pass
.that Aent 48 yards for the score.
"That was a good feeling to
be up by two scores," said Bell.
"We haven't been up like that in
a long time."
Vernon would finally get on
the board in the third quarter by
.cutting the Royals lead in half
with a nine yard run.
But even the Yellow jackets
had problems with their extra
point, asthe score was 12-6.
The hosts kept trying to tie
the game, but a couple of big
defensive sacks stopped any
momentum Vernon (0-3) had
hoped to muster.
One sack came when Josh
Marshall stayed home to stop a
reverse for a loss, while the
defensive unit combined to
sack the Yellow jackets signal
caller for a loss.


"The sack of the quarter-
back was done by committee,"'
said Bell with a laugh. "We are
getting better each week, as
long as we don't go backwardO
I think we will be all right this
season."
Hendricks led the Royals
on a final drive to put the game
away as he punched in the third
Jay score on a five yard run.
Jay will continue their tour
of the area as they travel to
Wewahitchka for their district
opener for 2006.
Wewa is .2-0 on the year
with victories over South
Walton (42-12) and Cottondale
(32-28). * ;
"(Wewa) is a pretty good
team," said Bell. "We are going
to continue to work on somb
things and hope to execute it."

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


The Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Wednqsday, September 13, 2006-,


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Tiebreaker decides Week 3
R By BILL GAMBLIN two SEC teams would combine Douglas Filbert.
PG Sports Editor for 43. points, while Hodges Dustin Luther finished out
It is hard to determine what predicted 50, and Shawn Hill the week at 3-7.
is going on with the football guessed 55. Most of, this weeks partici-
contest, but each week seems to There were just a few peo- pants missed the Boston
be getting more competitive. ple one game back at 8-2. They College overtime win over
As we have the previous were Gary Upshaw, Paul Clemson, followed by the Pine
two weeks, it came down to the Hinson, LynRae . Johnson, Forest win over Milton, and
tiebreaker once again as four of Joseph McDonald, and Walter then came. Ohio States win over
.,41 turned in cards and finished Starnes. Texas.
with an identical 9-1 record. Murray Rutledge, Jimmie The week three results
Noreen Hill predicted Hood, Marthi Chavers, Glenn should really shake things up
Milton would defeat Pine Chavers, Larry Gibson, Rulan for the overall standings, which
Forest, Harold Henderson McWaters, R.D. Williams, will be calculated and released
missed a perfect card because Tyler Bohannon, Letha next week.
of a blocked extra point in over- McCaskill, Mike Boddy, Don To clarify any confusion the
time as Boston College defeat- Musgrave, Neil McDonald, overall winner will be decided
ed Clemson, Mark Hodges Jeremy Brown, Keith by the player with the highest
thought Navarre would defeat Kirchharr, and Bryan Hathaway winning percentage based on a
Pensacola Catholic, and Shawn checked in at 7-3. minimum number of games
Hill though Vernon would get Going 6-4 on the week picked.
their first win of the season over were Jerry Miller,, Donna The overall winner will win
Jay. . Miller, Martin Brake, Berna some delicious wings from
*So we checked out the tie Faust, Ashley McWaters, Wade Wing. on the Go on West
breaker and found out Auburn Miller, Dewayne Queen, Becky Spencer Field Rd. in Pace.
Milton's Courtland Finnegan defeated Mississippi State 34-0 Jones, Rusty Jones, Paul Tate, . Start sharpening your pen-
-has a big debut in the- NFL by and discovered the winner $25 and Henry Swift. . cils and thinking caps because
egistering fivetackles, one sack, this week is Harold Henderson Carol Daughtery and Gary this,weeks games should be a
arid causing one fumble which of Milton, who predicted the Weaver finished the week at 5- doosie.
the Titans turned into a touch- teams would combine for 38 5. 'Good luck. Roller hockey action gets underway tonight at Skateland in Milton.
down to tie the game against the points. Finishing 4-6 was C. .C. There are two youth age groups and one adult league.
N.Y. Jets at 16-16 Noreen Hill predicted the Brake Jr., Michelle Jobe, and sprts@srpressgazette.com . Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


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They resemble a "deep" pic-
ture frame. normally with
about 3-4 inches of space
between the glass cover and
the back of the box. They are a
unique and personal %way to
keep sentimental valuables
safe and out of the reach of
small children, while display-
ing them on the wall.
Shadow% boxes have an.
interesting history, and were
created originally by "proper
Victorian women with a lot of
time to kill." The women made
shadow boxes and used them
on the tabletop as little display
cases.
The first shadow boxes
often had themes-such as a
w inter scene with several small
displays inside of the same
t' pe of item.
That idea grew with more
creative minds at work and the
women began creating the
scenes from crafts and items in
the home.


Later on. it "became more
trend," to made shadow boxes
from real items. Sometimes
several boxes were done as a
theme. such as the four sea-
sons, and hung near one anoth-
er.
Nowadays. shadow boxes
can be used to hold everything
from dried flowers from a spe-
cial occasion to various "'works
of art" brought home by an
enthusiastic elementary, school
child.
Family heirlooms. keep-
. sakes, glass figurines-any-
thing a person might like to see
every da\, but %would not wait
Sto risk breakage- could be dis-
played. Even a folded babN
blanket or quilt can be fit into
larger shadow boxes.
Utilizing, a photograph as
the background in a shadow


box with items related to the
photo is another wa\ to make
use of the extra space offered
inside a shadow box.
Of course. a shadow% box can
be made from scratch with \ar-
ious colors and themes. In a
child's room, the box can match
the d&cor. adding a personal
touch bN inserting the child's
photo into the box.
Shadow boxes with a fin-,
ished surface are available at
local department stores. Craft
stores are also a safe bet.
Each shadow box can be
designed as .a unique focus to
any home., Giving a shadow\
.box as a gift creates a cherished
memory, as well as a show% of
effort for a loved one.
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They come in' a variety of
colors and tend to stand out
from any yard d6cor.
'Sometimes they are the yard
decor.
Gazing Globes came from,
practical beginnings. They
have been used throughout his-
tory as a sort of "spv ing" tool
for a variety of reasons.
Historians say, the place-
ment of a gazing globe in a
"strategic" location in southern
antebellum garden, made it
possible to' watch from the
veranda and see who was com-
ing up the yard to visit.
The globes were also used
for keeping an eye on outdoor
guests to anticipate their needs.
In that case, it was often
referred to as the "butler ball."


And of course, parents
could place a globe in the fo) er
and observe the goings-on at
the front door as their daugh-
ter's date ended.
But today, used as an orna-
mental addition to any garden,
the gazing globe offers the
unique perspecti% e of the entire
garden and the sky. in a single
gaze. It is a reflective orb that
normal. , sits on a stone
pedestal or -% brought iron hold-
er. It can be displayed alone or
with other orbs to give the gar-
den a personality of its own.
Best of all, these balls from
another time are currently
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50 r COMlMERCIAL',.-', .

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6MOBe1ILE HOMES .
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S72 BOARDING - "
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E-ER AL MERCHANDISE
ik.ANTIOUES
i804 APPAREL
;806'APPULANCES
''18 ARTS' & CRAFTS
l 81' GcOMPUTERS
i;. ::.812 FARM EQUIPMENT
'8,14 FURNITURE
: '816 JEWELRY
. '818 LAWN EQUIPMENT
.-w.820 LUMBER'HARDWARE
. 822 MUSICAL
INSTRUMENTS .
824 OFFICE EQUIPMENT
826 SPORTING GOODS
"-828 ELECTRONIC
-' (STEREOf/TVVCR)
.":'830 MISC. SALE
-832 MISC./WANTED
834 LOST MERCHANDISE
TRANSPORTATION
. 902 AUTO SUPPLIES
'904 CARS
S..906 BOATS
908 FARM EQUIPMENT
'9.10 MOTORCYCLES
912 MOTOR HOMES
914 RECREATIONAL
916 SPORTS UTILITY
VEHICLE
918 TRUCKS
920 VANS
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2PM - 4PM
Monday - Friday
623-3611


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Prison Health Services
needs LPN's or CMA's, FT
12hr shifts, with excellent
benefits. Please call
Debbie at 850-983-1131
or Sheree at 850-689-
.7942.
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*GOT AA" BUSI-
NESS'" Dramaii-
* cally increase sales
by accepting all ma-
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cards 0�% Discount
rates! Free start up!
Free equipment up-
grades' , 800)568-
9115.
5.2% GUARAN-
TEED 5 Years NO
TAXES A-RATED
SAFE CAPITAL
GROUP (800)692-
6893.
BORED? LADIES,
BE THE HOSTESS
OF AN EXCITING
LINGERIE PARTY,
AND RECEIVE
FREE GIFTS.
850-449-7592 OR
850-916-0123.
BUILDING SALE
"MANUFACTURER
DIRECT Since
1980!' . Extensive
range of size. mod-
els. . Example:
40'x100'x16'=3.48/s
q.ft. -Ends optional.
� 3-week delivery.
25'x40'x12' " $3990,
(LIMITED QTY).
Pioneer (800)668-
5422.
CAR DETAILING
will :ome to yOur Ic..
cation, dependable
* & reasonable
.623-8415
CASH FLOW qoi
you down? Turn that.
'frown upside-down!
A loan with no fees
will put'your mind @
easel
Business, personal,
.:refinance.
1-866-577-4164,
COURT RECORDS
CONTRACTOR
NEEDED! . Must
have .knowledge pf
Criminal, Civil,
Liens, UCC's Real
Estate records at the
court. Fax &.PC Re-
quired. Fax Re-
sumes to: (866)322-
8246 Attn: Michelle.
FOUND SET of keys
off of Chumuckla
Hwy. Heart key'
chain with Faith on
it. Call'to identify the
rest. 675-2754


DEMO HOMESITES WE
Wanted Now! In se- Any
elected areas! For the or pr
New Kayak Pool - hass
The above ground lions
pool with in-ground pay
features. Save $ hliens
with this unique op- CLO
poriunty. Free Esti-
mates/FAST IN- 212.
STALLATION!EZ Fi-
nancing. Call
1866)348-7560. AUC
HOUSE AND Office Secu
cleaning. Dependa- age
ble, irusiwortlly 'ref- - Pace
erences. 623-8415 sell
LICENSED LIFE & by c
clic
Health Agents.- to d ng
market full portioli
of insurance prod- 2th.
ucts including a -$0 M.
Premium' Medicare wh e
Advanlage plan with has
Parl D. Unimited Prci
qualified leads' Earn paurc
75k to 125k. Man- purdl
agerneni Position al- .
so available for Ihe All
rigril candidate Call areas
Larry or Steve' @ isar
(866)224-8450 ext.a' move
5018, the
the
ROSA AND Miltor subje
-Owens's ttion
Flea Market settl
owne
Bosol. Shoes, Jeans tn
and More - pary
Bargain, Bargain
All ilems priced uIo E
sell F
Pea Ridge Flea Mar-
ket
, Booth #6
or phone al
1-850-748-8870 DE
GIC
teed
SANTA ROSA GUN & tWkee
KNIFE SHOW i0
Santa Rosa C onty a
Auditorium, Old Mob
Bagdad Hwy, Milton C[
September
16th & 17th w
9am-5pm.
Buy, Sell & Trade DRIV
Adlrrmiion- Adults Sign
$4, 12 & under free E'.pe
Call Billy Rogers @ Drive
850-957-4952 Weel
for more info or for $950
Tables $35 (2-days) Bene
For everyone's safety, no ment
concealed or loaded guns
allowed by visitors or ven- w/CD
dors. All guns must be Call
tied, open at all times.
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area. condition
ice No lees, No
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available. We
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. and taxes.
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TION AD
rity Self Stor-
4391 H "9'0,
, FL 32571 will.'
at public auction
competitive bid-
on Wednes-
September
, 2006 at 2:00
on premises
e saicf property
been stored.
hases must 0be
for 'at time of
chase in cash or
1 card only.

purchased items:
sold as is, where
id musf be re-
ed at ire lime of
sale. Sale is.
ict to cancella-
in the event of
lment between
tr and obligated
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Drivers
DRIVER
DICATED RE-
ONAL Guaran-
I Home EVERY
!nd! Avg. $725-
25,wk 65'%. pre-
ded/pretarped
ile, AL Terminal
DL-A required
77.428-5627
v.ctdrivers.com
VER- $1000'
on Bonus for
rienced Flatbed
:rs. Home
kends-
+/Week. Great
*fits & Equip-
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)L-A Welcome.
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Hours flexible. Must know
payroll and general ledger.
Income tax knowledge a plus.
Excellent pay.
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Immediately
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*Daily instant Pay 'Direct Deposit
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102
Drivers
DRIVER-DEDICATED
ACCOUNT OPENING
Tango Transport
Dedicated Services
is now hiring for the
Standard Furniture
account. Start at
.40 cpm. New Con-
ventionals. Home
weekends. Family
Medical/Denial.
401K. CDL-A w/18
months OTR exp.
req'd. Call:
877-826-4605 EOE'.
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 Transporl for
your opporlunily to-
day. 1800) 741-7950.
DRIVER: , YOU
VWANT IT,. WE
HAVE IT! Solo,
teams, owner opera-
tors, company driv-
ers, students, recent
grads, regional,
dedicated, .long
haul.
Van, fibed.' Must
be 21. CRST Career
Center. (800)940-
2778, www.drive-
forcrst.com.
DRIVERS HAPPY
TIMES
HOdAN is expand-
ing and needs&
Qualified Trainers
This is not a team
operations See the
Difference
$.40 per mile all
miles and a $4000
sign on Bonus
Call and find out
more you will be su-
prised
EOE CLASS A
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102
Drivers
DRIVERS-FLATBED
$1700
Sign on Bonus'
.AL,'GA, & FL Dis-.
patch '
Home Weekends
GUARANTEED
Earn Up to 39c.rni
::BCBS Ir,.-Med,cal,
Denial & Vision, Co.
Match 40.ik n 90clays,
50% Pre-loaded &
-Tarped Loads
.Must be at least 23 yrs
old & 1,yr. TR Flatbed
Exp. .
SUNBELTTRANSPORT
Call Herb
1-80-494-8471
www.PatrolTrans.com
GULF COAST
REGIONAL
TRACTORTRAILER
DRIVER
S *CDL
*Clean MVR
*Fork Lift experience
*40 cents per mile
plus drop off
*Home at night

Call: 850-626-8578
PARTTIME Hol
shot delivery driver
needed for Dothan &
Mobile AL & Pana-,
ma City. Must have
own truck/trailer.
Must be dependa-
Sble, at least 25 yrs
old & have good
'driving record.
If interested call
850-981-1771:

104
General Help
BREAKFAST COOK
needed for Bayou
Cafe.
Call 994-9232.
DAY WAITRESS
needed for Bayou
Cafe.
Call 994-9232.
DRIVER TRAINEES
NEEDED NOWII
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


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


, 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
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104
General Help
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 lor details
623-3090
FULL-CHARGE
BOOKKEEPER
Part-time in Pace.'
Hours flexible must
know payroll and
general ledger. In-
Scbme Tax knowl-
edge a plus. Excel-
lent Pay.
Fax resume to:
(850)995-8849
HANDYMAN EXPE-
RIENCE or np expe-
rience. East Gate
Mobile' Home
Ranch. 626-8973
HELP WANTED
Experienced 'weight
loss control counse-
lor. Call'for an ap-
pointment. 994-6840.
HELP WANTED
Roof Leak Repair
Specialist.
Pay pending, experi-
ence. Send work ex-
perience info. to:
'Lbakmaster
PO Box 842
Milton, FL 32572-
0842:
LOCAL CHURCH
seeking nursery
worker for Wednes-
day night and Sun-
day mornings, ap-
proximately 6 to 8
hours a week. Call
623-6683 for more
information.
NOW HIRING
Experienced servers
and staff. Interview-
ing 2pm '- 4pm, Mon-
day through Friday.
623-3611
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.


104
General Help
PUBLISHER'S
NOTICE
Milton Newspapers,
Inc. idba 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
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continued publica-
tion.
SECURITY GUARDS
Wanted full or part-
time. Licensed or -
Unlicensed.
850-438-
114
Medical
HELP WANTED
Prison Health Serv-
jices needs LPN's or
GMA's, I FT, 12hr
shifts, with excellent
benefits. Please 'call
Debbie at 850-983-
1131 or Sheree at
850-689-7942.
MEDICAL STAFF
NEEDED !!SIGN -
ON BONUSES!!

All Areas of Fla.
LPN .(1yr exp.)
FLOOR STAFF for
HOSPITALS. Per
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C.N.A.S. PHELB.
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114
Medical
RN'S & LPN'S
Needed Immediately
(with hospital experi-
ence)
'Daily Instant Pay
'Direcl Deposit
'401K'Flexible
Schedules * Rn &
LPN Contract Avail-
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Personnel
6400 N. Davis Hwy,
Suite 5,
Pensacola.FL 32504
(850)1857-7797
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LIBERTY
NATIONAL
Life Insurance Co
Is expanding its
operation and is
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sales & service
positions. Average
annual earnings
$48,554. Fringe
benefit package:
2 retirement funds,
health insurance,
paid vacation,
convention trips &
many others.
No experience
necessary. We
have on the job
training. Contact
Jonathan Jones at:
983-7576 or
Fax
resume to:
850-682-1523
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Responsibilities
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functions
* Maintain reports, updates and
summaries


315
Business Services
BELINDA'S
CLEANING Service
You make the
mess....wedothe
: rest!! .
Please Call:
206-6763 :
BORDER TO rBoF-
der Fence and Deck
Company All types
of fencing installed
and repaired. Spe-
. cializing in privacy
fencing and wooden
decks. Our privacy
lenrces are built wilh
SCREWS. Free Es-
limates. 485-2532.
BROWN'S HAUL-
ING, INC.
Land clearing
Dirt work
Free Estimates
Brown till or clay
$160.00 per load in
ihe Milton area.
850-983-1590 oHice
850-554-3507 cell
COKER'S LAWN &
TRACTOR Service,
Irom trimming to
Iracior work. Clean
ups. Taking, hauling.
mowing, bushhog-
ging, diri work Rea-
sonable rates, free
esimale 18501 623-
0493. Licensed & in-
sured.

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

D&D REMODELING
INC. General Con-
Iractor All Types
Home Maintenance;
Roofs to Floors,
Renovations, Decks,
Tile, Plumbing, Etc.
Evictions, Move-
Outs, Construction
Cleaning, Pressure
Washing, Painting,
Tree work, & Etc.
I,?ally owned.
FREE ESTIMATES.
Lic #4710-0037952
CELL#261-1173
CELL#261-3598
DAN'S TRACTOR
works. Licensed and
injured Bush-hiog-
giing. Discing. Front-
end loading Debdls
removal. Dan Fran-
cisco, owner. :Cell
i8501 529-8718 .
Home 18501 623-
8697
GRANNY & NANNY
SOld - Fashionec
house cleaning will
old fashioned prices.
S983-7394
J & L HOME
IMPROVEMENT
SERVICE'S -
Carpentry * Paini-
ing
Pressure Cleaning
Fences * Decks
Doors * Windows
ect..
"One Call Does It
All" 287-1914
LOCAL HOME Re-
pair. Paint, drywall',
trim & tile. Fence re-
S pair & installation
10 years experi-
ence. Contact Pau
McMullen 850-723-
9767.


Business Services
LORI'S LITTLE
RASCALS .CHILD
CARE. Open Mon-
day - Friday 24hrs
day. :Excepting all;
ages ' and after-
schoolers. No subsi-
dized please. For
more information
call 981-1875

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

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


Diu'irrtr'iS, ,doprion 'til
Najni (hange'i55
FREE Typing, CalIlur
W\irkh.r t ii851iI434-7524
18511N: "\'" . I.
iU bl . N.l Flta Majrk )ll

RELIABLE HOME
AND COMMER-
CIAL CLEANING.
Call Shelia:
626-2278
S & T Siding and
Windows
Windows, Doors
Siding & Sorhl and
Storm Shutters
Owner: CRC. Todd
Grilitrts
850-259-8474
850-537-8485
Free Estimates
'STUMP-EASE
STUMP GRINDING
Most removals $35
Discount for multiple
removals & Back-
yard accessible.
Local Contractor
Retired USN
Licensed & Insured
. 232-8746

THE SCREEN MAN
Window Screen on
SSite. Repair or Re-
Splacement.
995-0719
Cell: 637-5611
Free Estimates
TRI-STATE ELECTRI-
CAL CONSTR, INC.
"Your Tolal Electric
Contractor Since
S1974
Lightning Protection
-Generators . Land-
scape Lighting
Commercial ' Resi-
dential .
Office: 623-8087
Fax: 623-8083
MCARTHUR'S
STUMP GRINDING
623-6634
Call for Pat:
I 293-6500 or
Call for Doug:
607-4798


315
Business Services,
TUTORING FOR
READING Grades
Pre-K through 7th.
Master's in reading.
Call: 221-0718.
320
Child Care
REGISTERED
CHILD Care, nave
room for newborns
up to 15 months.
Great references.
Call 994-0260 ask
for Beth.
WANTED
PRE-SCHOOL
TEACHERS
With 45 hours of
ChildCare Training,
Certificates or CDA
preferred but nol
neccesary.
Now accepting Child
Care Vouchers.For
further Information
Contact Tender
Heart Learning
Center al:
626-0117

325
Domestic
DEPENDABLE
HOUSEKEEPER
Seeking additional
clients. Over 15
years ot experience!
References avail.
upon request.
Call: 994-6236
345
Lawn Care
ALL TYPES of yard
work at your con-
venience. Mowing,
edging, hauling of
small debris and
more. All work at
reasonable rates.
Call 626-9604 It no
answer leave a mes-
sage
CLARK'S LAWN
CARE General
Maintenance & All
Types of Tractor
Work - Licensed &
Insured. Call: Mike
Clark at 626-2428
PAGE'S TREE
Service Trim, cut &
remove. Call 626-
2159 il no answer.
please leave messlagsc
Firewood $50. a
load and up.

Jon & Deb


Casey's

Nursery

Super Specials

igal Caladiums 21$1.00
Select Group of 3 gal
Indian Hawthorn $5.00
3gal Hydrangeas $5.00

LANDSCAPERS
WELCOME
3851 AVALON BLVD
MON-SAT 8-5
(BEEN HERE 35 YEARS)'

850-623-81009
Bring Ad for
10% of
all other items


RILLA
WHITLEY


EDUCATION SERVICES


We are seeking skilled medium-duty diesel
technicians to'maintain our modern fleet of
vehicles. Positions are available immediately
in the Navarre area.

We offer excellent wages and benefits:
* Paid holidays
* Health and dental insurance
* Tool insurance
* Certified manufacturer training programs
* ASE certificate bonus plan
* Full-year (52 weeks) employment
* And more!
Call Bob Williams at
Milton 850.983.5100
Navarre 850.936.6004
or apply in person t
6544 Firehouse Road


Miscellaneous
SALTERS HOME
Grown Veggies
Available Now"
Squash, Cucumbers
Turnip Greens, and
specialize in vine
ripe tomatoes.

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





402
Apartments
1 BEDROOM unlur-
nished apartment lor
renl. Ideal [or se-
niors. 626-0287.
please leave mes-
sage
2BD/1BA MILTON
& Pace. $575 & up.
All ceramic tile. nice
yards, stove [ridge,
o.'w & laundry rook-
ups Non smoking
626-2928

FOR RENT
2.BR 2!BA
$650/mth plus se-
curity deposit.
Across from Millon
High School. 418-
2054 or 435-5099
FOR RENT
2,'BR R1BA 800+
sq.ft. duplex Avalon
area. 1919 Lodge-
pole Dr Milton.
$6151$615 deposit
850-554-8138
FOR RENT
Milton- very nice
2/BR 2.'BA duplex
for rent. Completely
remodeled, has lire-
place. Aprox 1300
square foot. Very
nice area. $700/mth
$700/deposiT.
995-4335
FOR RENT
Pace - 1/BR 1/BA
Apartment for rent,
waier/garbage and
sewer tarnished.
Clean and Ouiet.
$285/mth $285/de-
posit 995-4335

404
Commercial
FOR RENT
Garage - 1500 sq. ft.
2 Days. 1 lih on 1/2
acre. Large com-
pressor. 1 block ofl
Hwy 90. 626-7612
or 686-0090
GULF BREEZE
Commercial space
for lease in very
busy shopping cen-
ter. 1500 square fool
Greai location with a
variety ol diHiereni
businesses.
995-4335
MILTON/COMMERICAL
SOFFICE space for
rent: Aprox 2000
square fool on Slew-
ari Sireet in Milton.
Perfect for Profes-
Ssional Office Space.
Very nice and clean.
$900'min $900/de-
posit. 995-4335
OFFICE SPACE
S FOR LEASE
6061 Dr's Park,
1,800 sf. newly ren-
ovated. 623-5618

406
Homes
2 BEDROOM 1 bath
home, Historical Mil-
ton near riverwalk.
� References
required.
Phone # 255-3437


406
Homes
2 BR/1BA
CH.&AC
New Carpet!
Waier, Sewer, Gar-
bage Included.
$475./$450.
Triplex-Dearborn &
Peachtree in Millton
1 block off Stewari
(center apartment
facing Dearborn)
Drive by, Ihen leave
message.
' Call: 712-7513
3 BD/2BA Newly re-
modeled, central
heal and air,
carport,
excellent location,
near elementary
schools. $850 month
$500 deposit
623-9553
3 BEDROOM 2 Bairn
Brick home on 2
lots, 200x150 h.
Covered screened
palho.porch. Central
Hear and Air. Seper-
aie Workshop. 2
blocks Irom Wal
mart in Pace, FL.
$1,200 month.
Call 623-1945
BRAND NEW home
for rent $995/mo,
3Br/2Ba, 20-minuies
to Pensacola. Call
384-9405


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

*3.'2 Waterfront
home, 5084 Sam
Miguel Milon $1450

4.2 Home. Milron
6001 Ridgeview Dr.
$1300

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

Sania Rosa Realty
623-0077
FOR RENT 1900 sq
rt. 3bd,2ba house
$1000 a monih rent
$1000 deposal. be-
hind Walmarl Priva-
cy fenced back yard
698-8337
FOR RENT
4'BR 2/8A Brick
home in Pace, very
clean 1980 sq. hl
with privacy lence.
1.'3 'acre, workshop.
hardwood and lile
floors. Convenient
location ' $1050.'mth
Week's Really 723-
0700 or 994-2989
FOR RENT
Milton - Nice 4,BR
2/BA home 'Close to
High School and in
very nice area
$900,.miri $900/de-
posit 995-4335
NFOR RENT
Near Whiling
Brand New
Never Lived In
3bd.'2ba1 Igarage
1100 Sq. Feel.
$880 a month
Conract 529-0429
SSheffield & .
Associates
FOR RENT
, Small 3/BR 1 1/2/BA
$375/mth.,994-8865
HOME FOR Rent
' Milton lbd/lba Du-
plex 1 Block West of
Milton Courthouse
5189 Santa Rosa St
$390/$390
Call:02514275
384-4361
RENTALS 2 to 3 BR
in Jay, Milton and
Pace. $400 to $650
per month. Call:
994-5703


406
Homes
IN NORTH MILTON
2/BR 1/BA on pri-
vate lot. Total Elec-
tric. $500/mth
$250/deposit., N6ol .
Pets. 994-7918
Baycrest Realty
MILTON 3BD/2BA
1500 sq h home. 2
car garage, fireplace
$950 a month, non
, smokers. '
Call 572-6868
PACE 3BDI2BA
Newer doublewide,'
very clean. w.'d
hookup, partially
lenced. 2 decks, non
smoking. $700 a .
monihi with early
-payment
discount.$700 de-
posit. Call: 6?3-8628

408
Land

LAND FOR SALE
Reler to
Classification
#510

410
Mobile Homes
2/BR 1/BA of0 Ava-
lon in Park.
Water/garbage lur-
nished $435/mth
$200/deposil. No
Pels. 994-7918
Baycrest Realty
3/BR 1 1/2/BA Sin-
glewide -mobile
home 7916 Kamrey
Court, East Milton,
total electric. No
pels.
$575/mo $300 de-
posit. 994-7918
CLEAN 2BD/1BA,
East Milion, all appli-
ances, large lenced
yard. $400 dep $540
mo 1850) 626-0523
Available 9!15.
Leave message
CLEAN 3BR/2BA
Mobile home on 1
acre. Washer-'dryer,
dishwasher, 2 -
porches, storage
sned, fenced-in play
yard. 15 min from
BACK GATE ol
Whiling Field.
$625 a month
$625 deposit
Pets Negoiable with
a $250 pet fee.
Call: 957-1001
DOUBLEWIDE FOR
rent, total electric.
on corner lot. East-
gale Mobile Home
Ranch. Call:
626-8973
FOR RENT
3BD 1 5 Bath, all
electric, washer and
dryer hookup. 10x14
deck,. no pels. Irash
S. included.
$525 aimonth $500
deposit.
Call- 623-1601
FOR RENT
Clean 2/1' Mobile
Home, partly fur-
nished. Water/gar-
bage included. No
Pets., I25.'mth
$300/deposit.
'850-675-6614
FOR RENT IN
PACE 1 e/BR' 1/BA.
Mobile Home for
rent. Water and gar-
bage furnished in.
park. $435/200. No
Pets. Baycrest Real-
ty. Call 994-7918.
FOR RENT
Very nice 2/BR 2/BA
Mobile Home.
$550Lmth $300/se-
curity deposit. Credit
Check. 623-8565.


Become a Manager!
Laidlaw Education Services is looking for a
Branch Manager for the Navarre area.


Qualifications
* Minimum high school
diploma
* Branch manager and charter
solicitation experience
* Strong verbal and written
communication skills
* Strong.customer service skills


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Benefits
* Medical/dental with company
contribution
* Voluntary vision plan
* 401(k) with company match
i* Company-paid life/accidental
death insurance
* Company-paid short-term 'disability
* Voluntary long-term disability/
supplemental life/supplemental
death insurance

Call Bob Williams at
Milton
850.983.5100
Navarre
850.936.6004j
or apply in person at
6544 Firehouse Road


410 ,1
Mobile Homes .,
FOR RENT �
Very Nice 2/2, onrl ;
vate lot, locate)
south of Milton, N|!
SPets. $550/mt1i
$450/security de- t
posit. Call: 994-6802 u
HOUSE FOR RENaR;
Eastgate Mobile
Home Ranch 3
3 Bd total electric, i
fenced in yard
626-8973 ;
MARLBORO
VILLAGE
2bd/ ba,deck,
washer/dryer hook-:
up. $400/$400.
Call:723-2532
MOBILE HOME;
spaces for rent, cap'
accommodate aill
sizes, East Gait$
Mobile Home Rancld'
626-8973
NICE, QUIET, clear5
park. Rent includes'
water, garbage,
lawn, service. Two ,
2/br 2/ba, no pels.'
$450/mo. & 3'b/Dr
2/ba $550/mo.
698-4582
BrUce Lane, Milton., *

412
Rooms For Rent . '
ROOMS FOR RENT-:
Large rooms, ,.,
utilities included,
washer/dryer, share.
kitchen, near King, '
Middle School. $80 \
or $100 per week,i,
plus deposai.
Call 626-2786 "

414
Roommates ,
Wanted 1d

WANTED *"
Mature roommate ,
needed. Waterfront,
property in Pensacol
la. Near Navy Base,
10 minutes from : ,
Perdido Key Beach;-,
es. $450 security ,
deposit, $450 rent,
needed on or before;
9/5/06. Call 626- I
8959 or 377-6787 ' '
ROOMMATE
NEEDED. Miltor1
850-449-4070 ,
ROOMMATE -,
WANTED '
W/D, dishwasher,.
hot tub, big screen :,
television. 4urnisrihed
bedroom, and bath.i
In Munson Florida ?
$400 per month cov-
ers rent and itiliies,'
Call: 850-957-2510L:
ROOMMATE".
WANTED
lo share apartment.
994-2715 !

416 .
Vacation & Resort

AL Navarre Beact
1-bedroom ' town
house - sleeps 4,.
completely furrrishe.
- pool soundside.
walk to the beach &
Gulf. Best rate oti
beach. $600 wkly or,
$295/week-end. I0
Call 623-9553.





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Commercial
2 COMMERCIAL t
BUILDINGS
FOR RENT
Good location in,
Milton. Call:
623-5500

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504
Commercial
1.5 A 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

506
SHomes
NEWLY
REMODELED
3BD/BA Waterfront
Home for Lease.
$1200 Security.
Call 626-3388
HOME FOR Sale
or Rent.
New Construction
: 3bd/2ba, quiet
neighborhood, no
smoking and pets
with approval.
$1000/$1000
Call:360-672-5727


506
Homes

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

2.38 Ac with mobile
home and (2) 12x24
workshops. Ameri-
can Farms- Milton
$95,o00._

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

Cal: Wanda Jordan
850-384-0925 or
John Jordan 850-
' '420-01.33
RE/MAXTotal,
Properties
Toll Free:
1-877-936-7771

BRAND NEW
3BD/2BA home,
brand new sub divi-
sion $149,900, Flori-
da Coast Reality.
two to choose from
850-225-9899
FOR SALE
6416 Misty Lake
Drive
3/BR. 2/BA, all elec-
tric- new heal pump-
1330 healed/cooled,
cedar sided.
$169,900.
850-593-6015
after 5pm.
Realtor/Owner


506
Homes
EAST MILTON
MLS#307964, 2 1/2
high and dry acres;
1996 Palm Harbor
.Manufactured
Home, 2250 square,
feet, 4/3 excellent
condition, $129,500,
fenced pasture,
bring horses,com-
munity water, well,
paved road, Howard
ERA Bill Wallace
Realty, 850-450-
41: . 04 or.
850-983-3475
MAKE OFFER
EAST MILTON
Own for less than
you can rent, 1 yr..
new 4/BR on 1 acre
'with all appliances
and over size ga-
rage. 5 minutes to
110. Holley Proper-
ties$ 179,900 Call
VA Financing Avail-
able With Lease Op-
tion. Call: Tom:
i.o 449-2983.;
Owner/Agent
FOR SALE
40 acres in Allen-
town, property in-
cludes two homes.
Approximately 31
acres ol timber
planted in 1998.
Property has many
possibilities and
would be great lor
development.
$600,000
Eric Gleaton Realty
477-5908


506
Homes
FOR SALE BY
OWNER 2/BR 1/BA
Concrete block on 1
acre land off of
Woodbirie. Central
heat/ac new tile and
carpet. $120,000
obo. 554-2237 --or
,994-1266
HOUSE FOR SALE
with 5 acres and a
barn. 3 bd/2 bath.
Very spacious.
Wooden and Trle
floors, exception
bedrooms which
are carpeted.Beauti-
ful landscaping, with
sprinkler system and
well. Much more to
see. Must See to
believe. $259,000
Call: 623-0660 or
207-1163
LEASE OPTION
No credit required.
20K under appraisal
3/2 2000 sq h.
SWhisper Bay in Gulf
Breeze. Completely
remodeled. Call
850-240-3122 or vis-
it our website at
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5. Between Humphrey
and Ford
10. Actor Betz
14. Incan land
15. Voting roster
16. Turkish regiment
17. PDQ
18. Rate
20. First name in
Wolfmen
21. Infinitesimal
22. Over
23. Curdles
25. Asian cuisine
27. Periphery
29. Fight like a pirate
32. Bridge positions
33. Tips (over)
34. Labor gp.'
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t7. One of the James
brothers
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out (abbr.)
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Michael Jordan, to
court fans
Free from bondage
Decorates, as a cake
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Tripod for Tanguy
out (gets by)

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2. Juarez coin
3. Electronic device
4. Have a late repast
5. Strive
6. Dales
7. Not any, down home
8. And so forth (abbr.)
9. Teeny
10. Feline favorite
11. "When I was ...
(2 wds.)
12. Have a tantrum
13. Twisted the truth
19. Some tides
21. Nibbles
24. Wi�e
25. Part of a plait
26. Golfer Irwin
27. Emulate the
Capulets and
Montagues,
28. the white flag
(surrendered)
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Sign, on the Seine
Spotted owl's alleged
nemesis.
Carson, e.g.
Contemporary of
Shelley '
Alert
Arp or Anouilh
Days gone by
Force
(Lancaster film)
Brother of Abel
Unabashedly
Boat
Ike's wife
During
"Smooth Operator"
singer
Winter precipitation
Concordes, e.g.
Downwind
Where to read a
missal
Part of a French
address
One million
(2 wds.)
Annoyed cry


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

510
Land
5 ACRES fenced
pasture for sale.
Located otff Munson
Hwy. Indian Ford
.Rd. Close, to, Cold
Water Creek.
$90.000 957-8784
or 554-5237
ACREAGE VA,
Blue Ridge Moun-
tains. Build Your
Dream Home. Es-
tate homesites from
i 3 to 5 acres starling
at $89.900. Interest
only financing pro-
.grams. 1800)420-
2278 www.stone-
. ridgebentmtn.com.
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


510
Land
LAKE BARKLEY,
KY LAND Sunsets
and serenity , are
yours at this beauti-
tul lakefront com-
muniry on the TN/KY
border. 90 mmn to
Nashville. Close to
,nail recreation area
1- 40 acres from Ihe
$4S0s. (866i339-"
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 ol Milton, Re-
stricled Call 850-
516-4377
LAND FOR SALE
Two Acres on HicK-
ory Hammock Rd.
Approximately 180 h
of road Irontage and
zoned residential.
$30,000 Please call
in the evenings
12511575-3456
LOW WHOLESALE
Prices. Investor LoIS
1.4, 1.2 and 1-iull
acre lois. 6, 7. and
13 Acre Parcels
Fully-planed and
buildable Highlands
and Hendry coun-
ties. Call Mr. Law-
rence i8001796-
6569.
NC MOUNTAINS 7
acres on mountain
lop in gated com-
munity, view. trees,
waterfall & large
public lake nearby.
paved private ac-
cess, $99,500 owner
. (8661789-8535
NC77.con.


510
Land

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

512
Mobile Homes
EASTGATE
MOBILE Homes 3
bd/2ba, garden tub,
skylight, total elec-
fric. 626-8973
FOR SALE
1997 Fleetwood Mo-
bile home. 2iBR
2/BA. 14 x 70, cov-
ered porch, shed, vi-
nyl siding, central
heabtair All applian-
ces stay Excellentr
condition must sell
immediately. Ridge-
way Blvd. Milton.
reduced to $29,900
Call:983-9316.
MOBILE HOME
For Sale
2000 Horton 16x80
on 3.75 ac. very
nice, located in Har-
old. $94,900
850-723-3765


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(Northview Shopping Center)
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512
Mobile Homes


SECLUDED 6
. ACRES NE of
Milton - 10 minutes
from BlacKwaler
State Park
Two 1999 Palm
Harbor modular
homes. 3BR/ 2BA.
frontiback porch
on both, shop,
storage, fully
stocked lIsh pond.
4 acres fenced
pasture beautiful
family homesite.
Must sell for
medical reasons
$300,000 for all
Call:
i8501 957-8784 or
l850 554-5237


514
Vacation & Resort
COASTTO COAST
Campground mem-
bership - home park
sunset King Lake
Resort, DeFuniak
Springs. Florida, on
sale $2000. Call
Mrs. Putt . . ",
1850)994-9875

PETS &
ANIAL


706
Livestock Supplies
FOR SALE
Combination Stock
Trailer - 1988 Circle
J, 10.000GVW ex-
cellent condition.
$3,250.
850-529-7996
708
Pets
AMERICAN
BULLDOG PUPPY
Beauliiul.
Will be 1001bs plus.
$50 ti a good home
only, 983-1469 or
748-3796
FOR SALE
5 month old Dausc-
hound Blackitan le-
male. With papers.
Asking $250.
418-0395
FREETOgood
home
Black fe'hale Lab -
spayed. While le-
male Lab, mixed.
623-6602

710
Pet Supplies
2 HORSE, Trailer,
needs work, $400
obo. Call after 1pm.
623-2568
.712
Lost & Found
PETS

LOST PET
Small Jet Russell &
Chihuahua mix.
Black/brown/white.
Last seen August 29
East,: Milton 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 upl
850-983-4680.


814
Furniture
CHERRY DINING-
ROOM set w/6
chairs, hutch, and
drysink. $2,500
OBO Call 995-4970
FOR SALE
Living room furni-
lure, including
Kitchen table with 4
chairs. Love seat.
small entertainment
center, recliner in
good condition, bed-
room furniture, brass
floor lamp and chan-
delier, mirror and
pictures, bookcase,
ect.983-3879
FOR SALE
Small girl's 5-plece
bedroom suit New
asking $300.
418-0395
826
Sporting Goods
FOR SALE
Boflex Motivator II,
$500 obo. Nordic
Track cross-country
$200 obo.
619-322-7993

SANTA ROSA GUN &
KNIFE SHOW
Santa Rosa County
Auditorium, Old
Bagdad Hwy Milton
September
16in & 17Tr
9am-5pm
Buy. Sell & Trade
Admission- Adults
$4, 12 & under Iree
Call Billv Rogers 4-
850-957-4952
for more info cr for
Tatbles $35 (2-daysi
Fo.r c,"m f:.n i a:n a ir, r..7.
,:,:,ri:,--lrea, ,, 1: , l ,' d ,I. ur,_.
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830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
15 BOXES, nlea
market includes
glassware toys, bar-
bies more' BULK
' BUY $100 FIRM
Original paintings
$40, kinglquilt 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
2LOADSofl hre-
wood $50
Microwave (works)
$50, handmade
quitpnriscilla
curtains
$1 a panel, garden
Seller, lawnmower
with bagger, boxes.
!,ol quilr 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 free to
whoever comes and
takes down.
Call: 626-6886
LARGE WOODEN
Bar $50 OrN
Weights-Weight ,
Bench w/racks $100
OBO Call after 6pm
626-8332 i


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St. Augustine
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Bailed Pine Straw
Call us first, Save Time
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Miscellaneous ,
Wanted


needs empty glassX
soft drink bottles, (all,
kinds). Not necessa-?
rily collectors edi-',
lions. Will pick up.'
Call: 983-8042 ,
PAY CASH for junk)
cars or trucks. Run-.,
nin --ofr' not.- Call!,
983-9527 _

WANTED
OLD ROOFING TINW
Will tear down and'.
haul. 983-8042 or
393-9617



904
Cars
91 PLYMOUTH
Voyager, runs good
right hand drive.
used for mail deliv-,y
ery, new engine,
new transmission.
$1500.
Call 626-7879
MERCURY SABLE'
LS 1997 Station-
wagon V-6 1 owndr:
garage kept ne'
tranmiss on, 18-26-
MPG. 60/40 folding;
seats, luggage rack,
Excellent Conditioni
133,000 miles/As-
ing $4,200. Call 47-
8399 or 678-908'
8310 '
914
Recreational :
FOR SALE
2/br Travel Trailei
Good condition
good for huntirt
camp. Asking $2000:
obo. 418-0395 <
916
Sport Utility
Vehicles
1996 MITSUBITSHW
MONTERO
4-door, 6 cyl., all
power automatic
4x4. $4500
626-2278 ;

918
Trucks :


1998 CHEVY Picli
Up, 1500 Searese,
94,000 mi, .
excellent condition,!
garage kept. $5995;
Call 994-8865 !
FOR SALE
1998 Isuzu Pick Up
White, 4 cyl, stando'
ard, clean, frigid at,
camper top,new"
brakes. $3220 ,:i
Call: 850-380-5099:


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Driveways, CulVerts, Light Land Clearing
Site Prep and Clean Up
Fill Dirt, Brown Dirt and Limerock Hauling,
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