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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 20, 2006
Publication Date: 1984-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 76, no. 104 (Mar. 29, 1984)-
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'And up through the ground come a bubbling' crude...



New technology keeps Jay oil flowing


B. PAMNELA HOLT
Press i iGoae Sirf itrilri
The endre country is expe-
riencing a -mini oil boom."
according to Neal Bjorklund.
Pipeline Operations Superin-
tendent. Genesis Pipeline USA.
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The price of crude oil is
more expensive than eler
before, and he saNs it is more
cost effective for oil companies
to be on the lookout for oil lurk-
ing below the surface, but need-
ing help to making it to the top.
American oil producers are
no%' interested in using netw


technologies to increase pro-
duction of existing w'ellheads
and fields. Bjorklund says this
could be good for the local
community.
Currently, nitrogen is being
injected in local JaN and
Blackjack Creek formations to
help residual oil make its %wa.


to the surface
"It's not easy to get oil in
our local area and there's not a
lot of it here. Also. it's hard to
handle with hydrogen sulfide."
sa\ s Bjorklund.
Bjorkland explains one %wa
companies are finding oil is
. ith carbon dioxide. Carbon


dioLide is used in recovery,
efforts. Injection of carbon
dioxide is successful in increas-
ing production from some
existing oil fields .%here pro-
duction has declined.
Denbun Resources, a gen-
eral partner with Genesis
Pipeline and the largest oil pro-


ducer in Mississippi. is success-'
ful mith the third stage crude oil
recovers.
When carbon dioxide is
injected into the formations, it
enhances oil production, sa. s
Bjorklund.
"There's certain fields that
See OIL, Pae 3.A.


Housing project


facing citizen ire


B3 PAMNELA HOLT
Press Gi:fr-e Stati Writer
Ste\e W\isruewski. a resi-
dent of Berrnhill Road, stood
before the Milton City Council
sa. ing he'd rather die than hae
Pinnacle's 97 "'workforce hous-
ing" units constructed beside
his home..."elen if the proper-
ty value does go up."
Shoulders drooped as
Milton's City Council voted to
"table" the issue until technical
re' iew. Milton Mayor Guy
Thompson speculates the issue
will resurface sometime in
October.
After two Plannini Board


committee meetings, officials
note feelings are very close to
the surface. Residents say the\
feel somewhatt defeated" b\
the Planning and Development
Board's orte to recommend the
complex-elen though the rec-
ommendation came with a list
of conditions. Man\ of the
neighborhood residents \ehe-
mendly oiced their opposition
dunng a recent City Council
meeting.
The Planning and
Development Board required
the project to consutrct a left
turn lane for both phases, build
public sidewalks in front of the
See HOUSING. Paw 6A.


Law looking for.


hit-and-run driver


B3 LYNNE HOUGH
Pre ss Gaztcu S\tatt t riter
Two Milton men escaped
serious injury when a hit and
run driver smashed into their
car xhile the\ were dri'.ing
, oer the 1-10 bridge this week-
end.,,.

SBlood drive"

set for Pace

By PAMELA HOLT
Press Gazette Stiff Writer'
It's easy to save a life or.
two.
Give blood.
According to the American
Red Cross, etern two seconds,
someone in the United States
needs blood to survive. In the
time it took to read the last sen-
tence, approximatel. two lives
were saved because blood was
available when an emergency
situation happened. officials
say.
Blood.donors in Santa Rosa
County will have an opportuni-
ty to give during an upcoming
drive at Riviera Family Fitness
Blood Drive at 4633 School
Lane in Pace, September 22
from 2 until 6p. .m.
See BLOOD, Page 6A.
The Press
.x printed on
SVP 100% recy-
cled paper
using envi-

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The accident occurred
around 4:45 Sunda. morning.
according to reports. The dn'er
of a 1994 Lincoln Tow ncar.
MNichael Wnght. Milton, sais
he was traveling west o'er the
bridge. "Out of nowhere." he
sa\s. a pickup truck slammed
into the car. sending it flttng
form ard from the center of the
bridge.
The vehiclee came to a stop
on the Escambia Counti end of
the bridge. Wright's passenger.
Ray Orszak, was taken to a
Pensacola hospital by anibu-
lance where he was treated and
released. Both suffered minor
injuries.
Wright sa\s. after his car
came to a stop. he looked back
to see that happened and
noticed a pickup truck, paused
at the peak of the bridge, block-
irig both lanes.
The truck: had no lights
turned on, accordingto \\ right.
who says the vehicle exited the
bridge by driving east on the
eastbound d side, against traffic.
"There were only about six
cars that drove past us before
the police got there," says
Wright. The truck was not one
of them."
The truck is described as a
1970s or 1980s model, two-
tone in color. The prominent
color was a burgundy or reddish
brown. The other color looked
white and ran horizontally
across the truck, divided by
chrome, Wright says.
It is believed the front of
the truck has an attachment,
like a bar or pole that comes to
a point. This information was
provided by an eyewitness and
was determined by damage to
the back of the Towncar.
The driver of the truck is
believed to be a white male, no
further description is available.
The 'truck should have light
blue paint transfer on the front.
Minor burgundy paint transfer
is visible on the back of the.
Towncar. Anyone with informa-
tion about this accident is asked
to contact the Florida Highway
Patrol at (850) 484-5000.


On Palafox in Pensacola, Reveal Tour skating held a special competition. Hundreds of skateboarding fans watched as local teens competed
for a grand prize of $1,000 in cash. Tammy Morgan-in honor of son Steven Morgan- raised $300. All of the monies raised will go toward
Milton's planned skate park.
Press Gazette Photo by Pamela Holt



Where is the Clerk's Office?

New judge, courtroom putting stress on already cramped courthouse


By LYNNE HOUGH
Press Gazette Staff Writer
Going to the Clerk's Office
in Santa Rosa County can be a
little confusing.
Since the voters turned
down the one-cent local option
sales tax-four years ago-
which would have paid for a
new courthouse, a lot has
changed.
County growth has affected
all areas of government here.
None has seen more movement
from that change than the
Clerk's office and its employ-
ees.
Want to get married? Pay a
ticket? File an. injunction?


Have a teenager who -got
arrested?.
Here's some directions to
follow:
To find the Clerk of Courts,
Mary Johnson, go to the County
Administration building behind
McDonalds.
If a traffic citation needs to
be paid, it's the office near
downtown to visit.
For family law, probate,
juvenile, child support and
domestic Violence issues, go to
the courthouse.
Unless, of course, you live
,in Jay, Pace, Navarre, or Gulf
Breeze. Then, it is the local
offices in those locations to
patronize-five days a week.


Wel 1 l,
except for
the Jay ..
office. It's '.
actually at ' .
the com-

center. and


employ- MARYJOHNSON
ees are Clerk of Courts
only there
on Tuesday.
Then there's November 15
to remember. On that date,
some of the clerk's office, locat-
ed in the Courthouse, will move
around to the other locations


because a new judge is coming.
The new judge's chambers, a
new courtroom and offices must
be provided.
If the (budget passes and the
old jail is torn down,,the plan is
to create what Mary Johnson
calls "their trailer park"-more
portables outside the court-
house where the old jail now
sits. That should happen some-
time around the first of the year.
While some think it may
have been easier to pay the
penny tax four years ago,
Johnson says she's pleased
plans are now in the works for
new digs. Upon completion, she
hopes to bring her Clerk's
See CLERK, Page 6A.









Sheriff's Report


August 31 to September
Flener, John Edward; Iv
8850 Antietam Rd., Milt
.Larceny-Petit 1st Offense
Imperson-Use/Possess ID of
Person W/O Consent. 8/31/06
Johnson. Gregory Oma
21, 5707 Vonnie Branch Rd
FL; Noitmo\ing Traffic Vic
Dr;ie While License Si
Habitual Offender. 8/31/06
Teran, Vickl Demse, Fer
5780 Cactus Dr.. Milton. FL; D
Stolen Property 5/31/06
lWalson. I. Clifton De
27; 6904 Ellis Rd., Jay. FL.
Child-Without Great Harm
Possession-Listed Chemic
Manufacture Control SL
S/31/06
\atson. Naitsha Kaye,
29: 1945 Reagan Rd., Nas.
Cocaine-Sell-Schedule II.
Possession. Narcotic Ei
Possession and or use. 8/31,'06
Douglas. .Ir., Daniel Dre
14; 5212 YancN Dr. Pace,
Assault-Victim Oser 1
Physical Force No Dama
Offense-Unnatural & Lasci
.4 cts.i No Booking Date Gise
Lussler. Sean Brazzell, I
4 N Sunset Blvd . Gulf Bre
Robber) - No F/A or Wea
Assault-Victim 12 YOA Oldi
Conditions. No Booking Date
Robbins. Stesen Marn
43; 7116 Nelson St.. Nava
Traffic Offense-DLi Alcohol
2nd Offense 8,31,'06
Enfinger. Phillip Bryar
19; 5633 Chanterelle Cir, P
DUI. 8/31/06
Barnes. johnny Bernai
52; 6"62 Wallace St.. Mil
Batter) -Domesric Violence


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r 6. 2006 Battery Result From Bodily
Male; 23; Harm/Disability, Kidnap-False
on, FL; Imprisonment-Domestic Violence-
-Fraud- Adult, Probation ,Violation-Felony.
f Another 9/4/06
Blocker, E'el)n Lakisha, Female;
ir, Male. 23; 212 Sessions Si . Million. FL;
Milton, Cocaine Possession, Narcotic
alation- Equipment Possession and' or use.
Suspended' 9/4/06
Efnger, Claudia Dawn; Female;
male; 50 27; 4576 Woodbine :Rd.,. Pace, FL;
)ealingi m Probanon Violabuon-Felon;, 9/1/06
Goddard. James AnthonN, Male.
II; Male. 19; 5828 Parsons Rd , Milton. FL: Out
NeglecL of State Fugitive From Justice. 9/3/06
SDrugs- Medford. V, John Mar\ in; NiMale,
-al Wiih 22; 605 Del Paso, Euless. TX;
substance Probation Violation-Felon). 9/4'06
Misenheimer. Craig Alien. Male.
Female. 23: 5539 Delona Rd . Million. FL.
a-re, FL. Aggravated Assault on Officer.
Cocaine Firefighter. EMT. Etc . Weapon
quipmeni Offense-Improper Exhibit Firearm or
6 n Dangerous Weapon. 9/1/06
,%; Male. Morse: Michael James; Male: 36:
FL, Se\ 8926 Sunset Dr., Natarre. FL:
2 YOA Larcen--Theft is $300 or More But
age, Sex Less Than $5000 9/4/06
vious Act Nelson, Robin Michelle: Female:
en. 28. 4393 Trailer Park Ct., Milton, FL;
Male. 13; Aggravated Batter%,-Domestic
eee, FL Violence-Cause Bodil$ Harm or
pon. Se\ DisabilhN. 9,1/06
er Special Madden. Jonathan Mitchell;
Gisen. Male: 14; 3043 Ranchette Square, Gulf
n,. Male. Breeze, FL, Robbery-No Firearm or
arre. FL Weapon No Booking Date Given.
or Drugs Nyard., Michael Christopher,
Male; 22, 3244 Reduood Ln . Gulf
Breeze, FL; Baiiery-Domestic
nt; Male; Violence-Touch or Strike. Kidnap-
Pace. FL; False Imprisonment-Aduli.
Obstructing Justice-Harass Witness,
rr. Male; \ictim or Informant. 9'1/06
ton, FL; Obermeier. Ryan Christopher.
-Felons Male: 29; 1802-4 Monte Verde,
Springhill, FL: Failure to Appear For
Felony Offense 9/2/06
Parris. Antoin Sinclair; Male; 23;
6432 Renee Cir.. Milton. FL: Probation
* , Violation-Felons. 9/1/06
Seymour. Timoth Christopher;
IV, . Male, 38; 4183 Ward Basin Rd..
Milton, FL; Probation Violationr-Felony.
Drugs-Produce Methampheiamine.
' 9/1106
Shock. Margaret .Alline Female.
21:; 19"7 Tortuga St . Nauarre, FL.
Cocaine Possession. Drugs-
-o Possession-Controlled Substance
\W!O Prescription. Narcotic Equipment-
- Possession and or uSe 12 cts. 9!3/06
To~nsend. Melisa Midori.
Female; 29. 600 Pendleton Sit.
Greenmille, SC: Failure io Appear For
Felonv Offense 9/2/06
Williams. .Ir.. Keith Douglas;
gist Male. 34. -14080 Driskell Rd . Million.
FL. DU1. Resist Officer-Flee Elude
Lasi Enforcement Officer \ith Lights
Sirens A.cu.e. Traffic Offense-Refuse
to Submit to DUI Test. BatterN on
Officer, Firefighier. EMT. Etc . Resist
S Officer-Obstruct %\X/0 Violence
9/4/106
\lWiti. Brenda Lynn. Female. 39;
2797 Fo\ Pond Trl , Pace. FL:
Nonmo'ming Traffic \iolanion-Drive
Wh\\ile License Suspended 2nd Offense.
Drugs-Possession -Controlled
Substance W/O , Prescription.
MarijuanaPosie sion-Nct More
Than 21) Grams. Narcotiuc Equipment-
Possession arid or use. 9/2/06
May. Don Paul: Male. 35; 6034
Syrcle Ae , Milton, FL, Fugitie From
Justice No Booking Date Given.


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Anthony, Shannon Scott; Male;
23; 4271 Rice Rd., Milton; FL;
Burglary of Structure Conveyance.
Unarmed W/O Persons Inside. 9/2/06
Cint, Jere Keith; Male; 46; 8838
Cagle Dr., Navarre,' FL; Battery-
Domestic Violence--Touch, or Strike.
Obstructing '/Justice-Intimidate,
Threaten Etc. Victim Witness
Informant. 9/2106
S Cross. Richard Mel in; Male; 47;
'10100 Chumuckja Huv.. I'ay, FL;
Probation Violation-Felons. 9/1.'06
Ellis. John Hart. Male, 45, 9605
Hua-. -9, Ja\. FL. Larceny-Thett is
$300 or More But Less Than $5(000
9/2/06
Gilmore. .Ir.. William Jeuell;
Male. 57. 5318 Avon Rd, Pensacola.
FL; Drugs-Possession
Meihamphetaminre. Nlariluana-
Possession-Not More Than 20 Grams.
Narcouic Equipment- Possession and or
use. Drugs-Possession-Liised
Chemical WVih Manufacture Controlled
Substance. 9,3/06
Girke, Jason Datid; Male. 25;
8234 Puniob Rd.. Milhon, FL. Possess
of Weapon-Or kmm'o b:, Convicied
Florida Felon 9/2/06
Papizo. Andrev.. Male. 49; 5141
Poidmac Dr. Million. FL: Aggraatied
Batter',-Per.on ULse' Deadl[
B\eapon. Damage Propert,,-Crrimi1al
NMischief- $200 or Less Subsequent
Offense 9/5,06
Silcox, Mark Edmin; Male. 43:
5362 Youpon Si . Million. FL:
Nonmo\ing Traffic \iolaiion-Dri.e
While License Suspended Habitual
Offender. 9.1/06
Smith. Leah Elizabeth: Female.
19. 6866 Cactus, Mlilon. FL.
Aggratated Batter., -Domestic
\iolence-Offender Knev. 'Should
Hale Kno'.n Victim Pregnant. 9.2106
Stallard. Connie Belle: Female:
25; 5318 Avon Rd.. Pensacola. FL:
Drugs-Possession Nlethamphetamine,
Narcotic Equipment-Possession and or
use. Drugs-Possession-Lisied
Chemical With Manufacture Controlled
Substances. 9-'3,06
Talor., Angela Marie. Female. 32.
5x59 B)rom St.. Million. FL:
Nonmoving Traffic Violanon-Drite
While License Suspended Habiiual
Offender 9.'5'06
Thrasher, Jonathan Michael,
Male: \I. 5433 Tom Sa... er Rd..
Million. FL. Trespassing of Structure
Conve\ance Unarmed W/O Persons
Inside. vehiclee Theft-Grand 3rd
Degree 9,2.)06
Wolters. .Ir.., Thomas lane. Male:
20; 2864 Winrers Cir. Na\arre. FL:
Burglary of Siruciure Conte',ance
Linarmed \W'O Persons In'ide.
Trepa.ssing Struciure or Con'.eance ,2
c, s.i. Resist. Officer \Withl Violence.
Loilering or Pr.,, ling 9.3.06
Gunier. Chrisit.pher Scoti: Male.
15. 3632 Tiger :Poini BlId . Gulf
Breeze. FL, Robber-N-o. Firearm or
Weapon. No. Booking Date G. en
Giddings. J.nathan Anthor',.
Male. 15, 3350 Mlaplev ood Dr, Gulf
Breeze, FL, Robter-s-No Firearm or
Weapon No Booli;Jn Date Gien
Wickes. Dy,lan loseph. Male. 14,
410 Dolphin St. Gulf Breeze. FL.
Robber,-No Firearm or Weapon. No
Bookingi Date G'.en
Rose, K- ,.n AUen, Male. 210. 5.'29
Pne\,'oods, Mliror. FL. Larcerr,-
Grand of Firearm. Vehicle T eftl-
Grand 3rd Degree No Booking Date
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McGosen. Damian Lee; Male;
23; 4 I16,0 Linda St., Pace, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. No Booking Date ,
Given.
Mann, Donald Lloyd; Male; 49;':
4373 Pine Villa Cr., Pace, FL. Smuggle'
Contraband into Detention Facilit. No.
Booking Date.
Boner, Dawn Elane; Female; 31;.'
627-4 Munison Hwy., Milton, FL; DUI.
.. 9/406.
Clanion, MNchele A.: Female; 51;
5701 Yucca Dr.. MNilon. FL; DUI..,
9/3(1,.
Hoermale. Jeffrey Scot; Male;
18; 6824 Roundup Ln., Milton, FL;
DUI. 9/2'06 '
Williams. .Ir.. Keith, Douglas;:'
Male. 34, 4080 Driskell Rd. Milton,
FL. DLUI 9'4'06
Gade, Kendra Leigh, Female. 20;-,
1909 Garcon Pt Rd.. Mtlion. FL; DUil .
9/2/06
S Lowesr, Charles Keith; Male; 41;
8913 :Bluebell St., Milton, FL; DUI.
9/2/06 .
Noa. John Bernard; Male. 53;.,.
S4105 Kimberly Rd.. Pace. FL; DUl,
Alcohol or Drugs 2nd Offense 9/2/06
Plews. .Ir. Stesen Ra mond,
'Male. 21. 5733 Charmonte Way,.
Milic.n. FL. DUI. 9/3/06
Barber.ir. William Franklin:
iMale. 3"; 8435 Harbour Square Dr.,
Pensacola, FL; Lewd Lasce Behavior.
Conducted ByPerson 1 YOA or Older
9/5/06
Bigelo II. Brent:i Male; 19; 3002 -
A'alon BI d., Milion, FL; Marijuana'.
-Possession Schedule 1. Narcotic,
Equipment-Possession and or use.
9/5/06
Edards. Homer Higiene;'Male;-
.53; 6420 Mist\ Lake Rd . Milon. FL;,
Fraud-Litter Fale Instrument (7 cts.),
9,"5.06 ... .
Huggins. Kimberl, , Revels:;
Female. 27;, 4112 Lau rence Ate.. Pace,
FL. Forgers of-Alter Bank Bill Note
Check Draft 13 cis i. Fraud-Utter
False Bank Bill Note Check Draft.,
9 5'06 . . . .
..Lowry, .. Douglas Harold;
Male; 27; 3400 Robinson Point Rd.,.
Milton, FL; Failure to Appear For-,
Felon\ Offense, 9i5/06
Morris. Tamala Rolshave:
Female. 3i: 9269 Deer Lane. Nasarre,
FL. Resist Officer-Obstruct t ,bl
Disguised Person, Cocaine Possession.
9/5/06
Laljor_ .Tr.. Anhur Lee: Male: 20.r
1568 Alhambra St . Naarre. FL.
SProbaioin Violaiion-Felon, 9.5,'06
\ickers. Kmiberl', Diare: Female.
33. 3,72 Wilkes St. Pace. FL.-
Probation Violanton-Felony. No-,
Booking Date Gisen
Herron, William Harse\. Male.
49. 6".07 Sagebrush Ln. Miliorn. FL. .
Cocaine Possesi.:.on 9.5,06
lMcMNillan. Samuel MNarion: Male.
56. 1639 Groser MMlillan Rd . Ponce,
De Leorn, FL: Failure tc. Appear for'-
Felons Offense. 0/51 'o6
Gulierrez. lc4e Elas. Male. 25.
6618 Murior. H.', . MNilion. FL. DUI
J. nning. Mark Ke-in. Male; 43.
4763 Slell Rd.. Milton, FL. Probation'
\ iolanion-Felon). 0,'1".06
Pinegar. Kandiss Anneite.
Female; 39. 305 Kittle. Forrest Cit\.
AR. Out of Siari Fugit-.e From Justice
Sanchez. Jose Rees.. Male: 2S,.
9305 Holkterri Rd . Pensacola. FL.
Out of Slate Fugiuie From justice.
Moorer. Derrick Lamar. Male,
24. 6539 Pinto Ate.. Milton. FL; Sex
Offender \iolation-Fail to ComplN
With Registration Lass No Booking
Date GINen
Barfield. Charles Aniihori,; Mal&,
24; 2041 Na arre Park Ln , Nasarre,
FL. Dealing in Stolen Property. No
Booking Date Gisen
Grad)., Daind Patrick, Male; 44)
1100 Shoreline Dr. Gulf Breeze. FL?
Negleci Child-Withoui Great Harm.'
9. :06 (. ' 6
Miller, Jason Chaie. Male; 32,
1353 Mlazurek Blvd., Pensacola, FLe,
Traffic Offen.e-DUIAlcohol or Drug'
2nd Ofense. 9/6/06


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Wednesday September 20, 2006 The Santa Rosa Press Gazette . rage -A

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Bgy PANIELA HOLT
Press Gazerre Stalf Writer
Milton High students will
soon have another choice of
burger on Stev.art Street.
Whataburger is purchasing
propertl-ithe old Johnn)'s
Upholstery- -under an assumed


Oil -
Continued Fiom Page One.
respond well to carbon dioxide;
there's certain fields it % ill not
work in. There's a verv large


B9V PAMELA HOLT
Press Gazete Sia ift Writer
"Genesis \wants to be a
good neighbor." says Genesis
Pipeline USA Operations
Superintendent Neal Bjorklund.
S"We %\ant the community to do
well, \%e hate kids in school

M ilton Council
sets committee
meeting dates
* Milton's Finance
domminttee \\ill meet on Sept
27 at 9:30 a.m. in Conference
Room B of City Hall. 6738;
Dixon Street
The members of the city's
Parks and Recreation
Committee and the cit 's Skate
Park group ha\e been inm ited to
attend to discuss plans for the
proposed skate park facility.
For more information on
this or on an\ other city meet-
ing. contact the City NManager's
Office at 83-541 1.
All meetings of Milton's
Cith Council and its commit-
tees are open to the public.


.. name: Lnumuciai., .L.U. InUo
property is located across the
:street froni Mr, 'Manatee's
restaurant.
Milton - Planning- and
Development Director Bill
Stubstad sa. s he doesn't know
when the new fast food chain
will, get started, ;and he hasn't


and documented push in the
state of Mississippi and reco%-
erN has been. wonderfull, " says
Bjorklund. "This is similar to


here."
Bjorklund sa s Genesis is
similar to UPS-it transports
crude oil bN pipeline and b.
truck.
When Genesis took oxer
the local crude oil pipeline busi-
ness. Bjorklund sa s the equip-
ment needed improvement.
Bjorklund completed the
required 10-Near inspection and
repair of the largest oil tank and
is current\ repairing the sec-
ond of the three Genesis o% ns.
According to Bjorklund.
Genesis has completed "smart
pig" inspection--'smnarr pigs'
are loaded \with sensors % which
detect pipeline thickness.
shape. and inspect for leaks-of
all pipe lines older than 10)
. \ears.
Bjorklund states his
pipehnes are cleaned 52 times
per .'ear.
"W\e clean them e\erv
week. We have zero tolerance
for spills and leaks." say's
Bjorklund. "All Genesis
pipelines will be ph sicall.
tested by the end of next year.
We started with the oldest and
% ill end \ith the newest. From
Frisco Cat to Jay N ill be test-
ed"


naa any communications wiui
\Vhataburger o\w ners since their
application approval in August.
Stubstad says Whataburger
began talking to the City before,
Walmart finalized its decision.
The property's deed lists
Chumuckla. L.L.C as owner of
5346 Ste\art Street and the


the recovery efforts already in
place with Exxon using nitro-
gen. This might or might not
make Jay a candidate for carbon
dioxide.:"
. Looking for an increase in
production, Denbury has inject-
ed old and nev oil fields with
carbon dioxide in Texas.
Mississippi. Louisiana. and
no\\ southwest Alabama.
Bjorklund' sa\s Denbun's
carbon dioxide formation is in
Jackson, MNississippi.
"They've also purchased
Citronelle field, figuring it
%would be a good candidate for
carbon dioxide. Will Jay be?
Nobody know s. The\ 're look-
ing into it.
"We. as their general part-
ner, have not been told they're
targeting Ja\. There are a lot of
people %'ho are hoping for it
and it would be a tremendous
shot in the arm. but we just
don't know."
Genesis hopes it will be
effective and "'-e're hoping for
the best. We're ready if it
does." says Bjorklund.
"We feel even if carbon
dioxide doesn't come to Ja\..
there's enough oil produced in
this area to keep us strong e'en
without the guarantee of C02,"
sa\s Bjorklund.
He sa' s there's an oil boom
in Castleberri. Alabama-pro-
ducing over 4,000 barrels per
day. He says he's trucking it in
from Nlidrock Production.
The ,Mohbie Press-Reetstei
states Little Cedar Creek Field
is the most productive oil field
in the state of Alabama.
StIory i'tltten bh Pamela
Holt. Reach her at:.
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purchase amount was for
$300.000.. According to the
Santa Rosa' Clerk's office, a
mortgage was filed at Colonial
� Bank for $1.649,536.
S'.The, new Walmart
Supercenter is planned for erec-
non on property just south of
NAS Whiting Field--ust north
of the intersection of Highw ays
.89 and 87.
Most residents expect
change to happen along Stewart
Street once Walmart arrives
north of town. Walmart
Supercenters historically bnrng
well-known national chain
businesses to surround their
mega shopping center.
The Supercenter is at least
186,000 square feet and usually
stocks over 116.000 different
items on its shelves.
Stubstad hasn't received
an\ other inquiries from sub-
stantial fast-food businesses for
south Stewart Street. but says
he does expect more.

Stoy' ivrnu 'n 1 y PamIla
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MILTON - These are tie words sale we'%e got going on eight -
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Mercury customer Laura any trade in. For people like
Prescott after she told her friends Laura,. this is a huwe
and family) abotilt her experiene., opportLitP '.' ' 'l " ,


"Ididn't eventhink my 1985 , Orville Beckford Ford
Toyota Corolla w as worth S20i1' Mercury is running the $3,I-iii
But Orville Beckferd Ford sale from now until the end of
MercurN told me the\ were the month. Dealership personnel
offering 3,iiu0, for any trade say thcy'ie expecting to spetid at
in...so I decided It, pilt them to least $300,000 buying trade-ins
the test. Sure enough, they this month.
*offered me $3,00ill on tile spot -
and I took*it!'"said Laura. "Some will be worth a little,


"$3,000 is a lot of money for.
me, I'm a working mom who
needed ' more reliable
transportation. But I didn't have
enough money for. a down
, payment - so I felt stuck. But the
$3,000 1 got ,from Orville
Beckford Ford Mercury was
more than enough to cover the.
down payment of a 2006 Nissan
Xterra that's a lot safer, not to
.mention a whole lot nicer."

Debbie from Orville Beckford
Ford Mercury explained, "Ms.
Prescott's car wasn't really
worth that much...but when we
have a sale, we mean it, And the


some will be x'orth a lot. butwe,
have to bulk up our inventory in,
preparation for a big sale coming
ulp at the end ,of summer. And
there just.aren't enough quality
pre-owned vehicles available at
the auction right now - so it's a
trader's market. If you have an
old car you want to trade in,
there has never been a better
time. We're desperate," said
. Debbie.

"It doesn't matter what kind of
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The last year


didn't bring the


fears of many

It's been almost a year now. since Santa Rosa
County voters said yes to liquor sales and, despite
all the doom and gloom forecasts the vocal oppo-
sition laid out, the facts are proving them wrong.
We were told how allowing the sale of -hard
liquor would result in a sharp increase in drunk
driving and those indulging in the consumption of
* adult beverages would destroy our "'Mayberry-
type" quality of life.
Neither has occurred
In fact. according to the latest statistics. DUI
arrests by the Sheriff's Office have actually
declined-by more than 20 percent in the 11
months follow ing the approved wet vote.
Arrests dropped from 261 in 2004-2005 to 210
for the same time frame in 2005-2006.
S It is theorized the opportunity for drinking and
dri ing drops when alcohol is available in one's
own back yard, as opposed to dri% ing for 30 miles
one way and possibly while under the influence.
Even months after the vote to allow adult be%-
erages in Santa Rosa Count). the angry critics
attempted to link the tragic death of a young
*. Milton man. killed in his bed by an alleged drunk
driver attempting to flee Milton Police in June.-
But the fact of the matter is, police say the
Woman drove from Navarre that night, from a pri-
vate residence.
No new bars or package stores have opened in
Santa Rosa County., despite the passing of a year
since the vote was approved. Officials say it's
because more than 5,000 people have applied for
the only 18 liquor licenses.
S Another interesting fact is. while previous
attempts over the years to allow liquor to be sold in
''; our county were soundly defeated, this last vote
S-' as so largely in favor of the "'et" issue that it
- took both sides by surprise.
Now that it has been almost a year since voters
- : approved going "wet." there has been absolutely
* nothing in the way of a negate impact. And. in
the long term. it is the belief of many that our
county being -�'wet" %\ill be an asset as it relates to
attracting quality. dining establishments and enter-
, tainment businesses.
In the same reward, hairing "adult beverages"
available in our o�w n count %% ill curtail those w ho
choose to indulge from haring to dri\e to neigh-
boring counties for their dining and entertainment
' desires.
S And it is highlN conceivable, with higher qual-
ity entertainment and dining facilities, there %will
be other types of businesses seeking to locate in
Santa Rosa County-businesses a which otherwise
Smay ne'er had considered our area.
W\\iile there are still many xw ho \ ie%\ our coun-
ry going "wet" as a bad thing, there are clearly
many others who see a bigger and more positive
% vision of w hat our county v. ill be in the future.
Onl\ time will tell exactly %what our future
holds-and there will be no clear picture until after
the "lottery" assigns those 18 licenses.
In the meantime. we must all take a wait and
see attitude. But if the last 12 months are any indi-
cation, things will not be exactly what either side
had predicted. And that's not surprising.


SEPTEMBER 20. 2006


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EDITORIAL & OPINIONS


Big oil lubricates Congress


FM: LINDSAY MAYER
Dear Editor:

Political analysts may argue about how oil fac-
tored into America's decision to invade Iraq. but
there's little debate about the oil and gas industry's
role on a different battleground-that of the 2006 con-
gressional elections.
With gas prices at record highs across the country,
political advertising by Democrats and political
groups is assailng Republican incumbents w\ho have
received campaign contributions-big and small-
from the oil and gas industry. The industry has con-
tributed $6.1 million to incumbents running for re-
election in 2006. according to information available
as of July from the non-partisan Center for
Responsive Poliucs (CRP). Although Republicans are
not alone in accepting these contributions. Democrats
nationally and in such states as Wisconsin and
Montana are bombarding prospective otherss with
images of gas stations and oil rigs to suggest their
opponents are complicit in the pain Americans are
feeling at the pump.
Ex\onMobil Corp.'s Jul\ announcement that it
saw a 36 percent increase in profits over the same time
last year instigated Virginirua Democrat James Webb. a
candidate for U.S. Senate, to demand that his oppo-
nent. Republican incumbent Sen. George Allen, return
the $800.000 he received in campaign contributions
from oil and energy companies since 2000. According
to the Center, more than $290.000 of that came duect-
1 from the oil and gas industry.
The oil and gas industry has contributed 4.4 times
more money to Republicans than to Democrats in the
2006 election cycle, giving $5.7 million to GOP can-
didates and $1.3 nullion to Democrats as of July. the
Center found. CRP considers the oil and gas industry
to include mulunational and independent oil and gas
producers and refiners. natural gas pipeline compa-
nies. gasoline service stations and fuel oil dealers.
The skyrocketing of oil prices seems to be a %ul-
nerability for Congress as a whole In a June. "'USA
Today"/Gallup poll. 41 percent of those surveyed said
gas pnces \ ill be an extremely important issue in
determining w% which congressional candidates they vote
for this year. Fifty-two percent of those surveed said
the\ think the Democrats in Congress would do a bet-
ter job of dealing w ith high gas prices, compared to 22
percent w\ho favored the Republicans.
The liberal political group NloveOn.org launched
national television advertisements in Apnrl as part of
its "Oil-Free Congress" campaign, targeting four
Republicans for taking contributions from the indu;,-
try and for opposing bills that Democrats argue would
have kept "Big Oil" in check. The ads. which ran in
the lawmakers' respect e states, said the four were
"caught red-handed" accepting money ,from energy
companies, They compare Reps. Deborah Pryce
(Ohio). Chris Chocola (Ind.,, Nancy Johnson iConn.)
and Thelma. Drake ,\a.) to con icted lobbyist Jack
Abramoff.
TheMo'eOn ads criticize l.iwimakers for accept-
ing money fromin.energy companies and votingagainst
Democrat-sponsored bills that would penalize compa-
nies w ith a monopoly for pricing abo\ e the market In
July. MoveOn expanded its campaign to the sides ofr
buses in 1Washington, D.C., targeting Republican


Reps. Heather Wilson of New Mexico, Richard
Pombo of California. Bob Ney of Ohio, Indiana's
Chocola and Republican Sen. Rick Santorum of
Pennsylvamna. Not all of the oil industry's money is
flowing to the Republican side of the aisle. President
Bush may be the number one all-time recipient of
industry\ contributions, uith $4.6. million, but two
Democrats are on that list as well: former Louisiana
Rep. Chris John 1$509.4001 and former Louisiana
Sen. John Breaux $484.3411. the Center calculated.
Both Texas and Louisiana are major producers of
America's oil and gas. and lawmakers from those
states tend to be friendly to the industry.
The Center found that the 125 House Demo' rats
who ha'e accepted contributions from the oil and gas
industry in the 2006 cycle, according to data available
as of July. have collected an average of $5,746 per
lai maker, while the 210 House Republicans average
$15.761. On the Senate side, 31 Democrats received
an average of $11,676, while 47 Republicans received
an paerage of $36,596.
According to one political advertising consultant.
campaign contributions from the oil and gas industry
will continue to be popular ammunition against
Republicans, especially. His firm has even stockpiled
images of oil wells at sunset and people putting gas in
their cars as preparation for what ma\ be an oncom-
ing onslaught.

Call your Congressman about this

FM: DRUSILLA DOBSON
Dear Editor:

Let me tell you about an exciting upcoming event
to be held in Washington, D.C.
It is the American Cancer Society's Celebration
on the Hill. set for September 19 and 20.
E'ery state and Puerto Rico will be represented.
There will be about 10,000 that converge on the
Mall. The ambassadors will be there to encourage
Congress to: l.i reauthonze and expand the Breast
and Cervical Cancer early Detection program. 2.)
increase funding for cancer research. and 3.) to sup-
port the Congressional Cancer Promise.
I ha'e been selected to be an ambassador from
my conimunirt of Jay. I was a caregiver to my hus-
band for nineteen months who died of cancer in 2002.
In 2003. I was diagnosed with breast cancer. NI\ life
has been touched greatly by cancer and I am proud to
be an ambassador to help find a cure for this dreaded
disease.
One in every two men and two of every three
y'omen will be diagnosed with cancer. There: are
1,500 people that die of cancer e'ery da\. We have a
w\ar on our hands here at home with cancer.
I encourage you to contact your congressman to
support this fight against cancer.

Don't mniss this show .

FM: JIM BERRY
Dear Editor:
The Santa Rosa Art Association \ill kick off its,
"2006-2007 year Saturday, Sept. 23 with a workshop
by aw ard-\ inmnng artist Lorraine Cathe�.
"Wild and Winmsical Sculpture" ill gile partic-
ipants an experience of needle felting.' The creating
that \ ill be made requires no sewing, no patterns--
only the inspiration of the creator. Participants need
only bring their imaginations, a band aid and a sense
of humor.
All participants are asked for an $8 fee which will
pro\ ide all the matenals needed for the needle felting
creation. The workshop is free for SRAA members; a
$10 tuition fee is asked of guests. Reservations are,
required for all participants by September 20- call
995-7056. .
The workshop will begin at 9:30, following the
business meeting of the Art Association, which is held
in building 4900 on the Milton campus of Pensacola
Junior College.
Lorraine Cathey is an artist well-known in
Northwest Florida. Lorraine's training includes work
at the John C. Campbell Folk Art School' in
Brasstown, NC. Her felted bears have won awards at
the Great Gulf Coast Arts Festival and at shows, in
Indianapolis and Tampa and her bears have been fea-
tured in Teddy Bear Review, a trade publication for
bear artists.
Lorraine's workshop is just the beginning of an
exciting year for the Santa Rosa Art Association.
Membership is open to anyone wishing to be inspired
and willing to share their own love for the visual arts:'.
, The $25 yearly dues allow members to participate.
in all the workshops at no cost.
In interested, call 995-7056.


Phoned
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Opi1h~nion


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You Spoke Out,

Santa Rosa...
Sunday. 10:12 a.m.
This is Annie. I was just read,;
ing the article about the Jubilee'
subdivision and the fact that
Milton can provide them sewer
ser- ice at a lesser rate than Pace'.
Is there a problem ithL the Pace,
sy stem that it charges more?
�,
Saturday, 2:44 p.m.
This is Connie. The light ai'
Berryhill school needs to be
reprogrammed for non-school
hours. I go to w ork at 4 a.m.. with
no cars for numiles, and I ha\e to
stop and sit there. Can someone
get this handled? Thank you.

Saturday. 12:0 p.m.
Hi, this is Elaine The purse
snatchings at Wal-mart in
Pensacola remind me that I'm
doing the night thing. I put the
handles of my purse through the
child restraint and strap it closed,
Don't make things any easier for
a thief than they already are.

Saturday. 11:39 a.m.
This is Mick. If anyone has a
question about wthy the one-cent
sales tax didn't go through. just
look around at all the unfinished
projects going on that are stilW
messed up.

Thursday. 8:51 p.m.
I live in the Garcon Point arep
on Michael Drite. Our area needs
help. The county has already
glen part of Michael Drive to the
builders that ha'e come in. Now.
they %want to do a gated communi-
ty. This will create more, cars on
the road. We just found this out.
We are try ing to get petitions
signed because our little road is
going to have so much traffic.

Thursday. 5:37 p.m.
This is Nlike. I just drote
from Milton to Pace and counted
about 50 cars in the rain w ith no
lights. I duthink the law, should start
enforcing this Florida rule.

Thursday. 1:32 p.m.'-.
This is Doris. I'm calling
about the sales tax that did ntot
pass. MNI opinion is that the rea1
son it didn't pass is that peopi-
can see. our roads inbad shape
Shile we build recreational facili-
ties. I think if people saw some-
thing being done to the road, they
would ha'e \oted for the tax. ,




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Wednesday September 20, 2006 The Santa Hosa Press gazette ragu u-
Local


Sea Cadets mark 44 years of


PANMELA HOLT
ss Gnu.-ric Staff Hriter
Sea Cadet Trey Dubose
nts to go into the military
en he grow s up because his
great uncle was in the Air
Force.
I"I'm planning on staying in
the Sea Cadets because we go.
around and do things we don't
usually get to do like shoot a
gun without getting, arrested
and go check out the fire depart-
ment and meet the firemen like
we did today,"' says Dubose.
The United States- Naval
Sea Cadets are celebrating their
44h birthday this month. The
Whiting Division unit drills the
first weekend of each month,
with exceptions in the' month
Jul\ when the\ do not meet,
and September for the obser-
'ance of Labor Day, when the\'
meet the second weekend.
Whitine Di ision
Commanding Officer Tons
Chandler, has seed six years
for W\hting Dia vision as the man
in charge. He has cadets rang-
ing in age from 11 to 17.
Ele\en and t\elhe \ ear-old
cadets Join United States Naval
League Cadets. designed for
cadets noi-\et-readv for the
advanced physical training a
Sea Cadet must endure.
Sea Cadets must complete
the same basic nilitar require-
ments curriculum as all enlisted
i. ilitan personnel In doing so.


` The GF WC Milton
\\oman's Club, Inc \will pres-,-
6nt a dinner theater event, on
Friday and Saturday. October
N'3 and 14 at the Milton
Clubhouse. The Panhandle
Writers Group \~ill present
three one-act comedies \written
by three female members of the,
organization. This is the sec-
ond in the Woman's Club
series. Women In The Arts.
The event begins at 6:30I
p.m. both mghts. Salads %%ill
tbe served. f-ollow\ed'b the first
one-act comedy. The entree
\till follow and then the other
tmwo comedies t ill be presented.
The exenjruni %ill conclude with
coffee and a dessert buffet.
Paulette Mlartin of Nouveau
Pastries and Catering in Milton
is catentni the dinner.
Tickets are '$25 each and
only 50 tickets per performance
are available. The) are on sale
it the Santa Rosa County
Chamber of Commrrerce, 5247
Ste. .art Street, in Milton.
Officials request you have cor-
rect change. Personal checks
will be accepted.
Make reservations by mail-
Wig your check to: GFWC
Milton Woman's Club, 5350
Youpon Dri\e, Milton. FL
32570. Make checks pav able
to the NMlton \Vonan's Club.
-. Upon receipt of \ our check.'
'rickets can either he mailed,
back or kept for pickup at the
,door. Include w\ th , our check.
-1) w which perfonnance y ou wi. ish
tb attend: 21 a phone number or
mail address so an acknowl-
'edgment can be sent saying
your reservations and payment


have been receive
Whether .ou wish fi
mailed or held for at
tip.
The three per
include:
Tme Goes By ,;
women waiting at d
tion for a former h
chum. Judy Hodge
comedy. A found
of the Panhandli
Group, she wrote a
umn for a Santa
California newspaper
al years. She and hi
Richard, moved to.
Lompoc. California
Follow ing years ol
kidney function, she
successful kidney tr
Mobile's Gulf Coast
Center in 2000.
lished various mag
cles, plays and sh(
Judy's love for writii
died by keeping a d
since 1984.
The Opportunis
Margarit, who is on
for her next husba
Austin wrote this on
See THEATRE


service


The Naval Sea Cadets-an educational adventure. Sea Cadets are celebrating their 44th birthday this
year.
Press Gazette Photo by Pamela Holt


a cadet ma\ adiann
gaining more ault
leadership skills
Chandler has
volunteersrs to teach a
cadets, and cheaper
overnight training.
According to Ch
Cadet training is r
13. a cadet must a
training,. which ac
Chandler is just It
miltar "-boot can


ce in rank. [ured for teenagers.
horiit and Petti Officer Stephen
Rehberg, cadet from John Paul
nine adult Jones division. Cairo. Georgia,
nd Rain the w ho %\as visiting for the birth-
one during daN. has been active in the pro-
gram for four \ears. He began
landler. Sea Sea Cadets at 13.
igorous: at Rehberg sa\ s he didn't like
tend basic it at first, but after he began
cording to going to "advanced trainings. I
ke regular enjoyed it a lot better." He's
np." struc- attended Master-At-Arms train-
ing. and Sub-School. and Di\e
* ' School.
* " Advanced training is the
Nav%'s "on the job training' for
atres cadets to (each skills and help
the ,outh decide on their inter-
d; and 3) est. In all trairungs. there's ig-
ckets to be orous physical activity .
-door pick- Rehberg \wants to enlist in
the Na\ \ next spring and e\en-m
rformances tuallh become a nuclear engi-
neer and attend Officer
about t o Candidate.School.
he bus ;ta- Accordine to Chandler. Sea
uigh school Cadets % ill help Rehberg
s wrote the achieve his goal. The program
ig member gives cadets preference nith
e Writers colleges because of conimunitm
weekly col- ser ice opportunities, and if
i Barbara, cadets enlist after high school.,,
r for sever- the\ are automatically. gi. en a
er husband, higher rank because of the cur-
Pace from riculum requirements cadets
a in 1998. ha\e to meet to gain rank in the
f declining program.
received a . Chandler says, if Dubose*
transplant at continues \witi the program
Transplant throughout his middle and high
Judy pub- school career; he will learn
azine arti- leadership skills, discipline and
ort stories. community. senr ice. All of these
ng was kin- may help shape his life in a pos-
aily journal itmie direction.
Anyone interested in the
st is about program may call Chandler at
ithe prowl 623-7650.
mnd. Elisa Story 1 rii ilit nbv Pamela
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She came to the United
States from Cuba in 1954 and
says her biggest thrill was w hen
she became an American citi-
zen. She retired from
Monsanto in 1993 and she and
her husband. Thonmas, moved to
Milton in 1997. She is a,
founding member of the
Panhandle Writers Group. A
published % writer, she is present-
ly working on her first noel.
In addition to being a writer;
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Continued From Page One.
complex along wittibrick and
iron fencing .along Berryhill
Road, provide buffers around
the complex with magnolia and
sand oaks and various foliage.
and pro ide education about
nearby historic cemetery sites'

misuse.
Vernon Compton.
Chairman of the Planning
Board. traveled to L.nn Ha\en
to %isit the Milton project's
"sister" complex. He had noth-
ing negative to report of his
findings and said he was sur-
prised ho\w well the complex.
\%as situated in the community.
One resident asked each"
council member to respond
%\ whether or not they had person-
ally traveled to Lynn Haten to
see the model. The\ had not.
Residents reported their'
findings of individual trips to
Lnn Haxen to see the sister
development. "First class
development." and "'ery nice."
v\ere descriptions gi\en to the
Council on the aesthetcs of the
complex. One resident said she
%%as against the development
before she traveled to Lynn
Habcn. but changed her mind
\%hen she sa\% it. According to
Pinnacle, the L\ nn Ha\en com-


English teacher turned free-
lance %writer, MNyr comes from
Mobile. Alabama. She has
published magazine articles.
curriculum. short stones. new s-
paper columns, plays. biblical
studies and novels. She and.
her husband, David, moved tio
Pensacola in 1968.. M\ra is a
founding member of the
Panhandle Writers Group. Her
passion is k noting and directing
church. school and communmux
dramas. Her ambiuon is to see
local writers cultivate their
crafts and become published
w writers.
For more information.
email retselI4765aol.com or
phone. 850-626-9567.
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plex is 18 months old.
Thompson says .,Lynn
Haven's Mayor telephoned to
offer a good recommendation
for the Pinnacle Group. The
Santa Rosa County Board of
Realtors, along with many indi-
vidual local realtors sent letters
to the Citr supporting work-
force housing.
CemeterN Board members
Jim Tolar and Stexe W\isniews.ki
\ visited the Countx Department
of Planning and Zoning and
\were told the May traffic anal\ -
sis used b\ Lisa Ste\ens and
Paul McCloud of Pinnacle was-
actually performed at Berr.hill
Road at Fi\e Points in Pace.I
Stevens notes., "'the count-
said it was done just %\est of the
development."
During last week's Council
meeung, one resident read a
news article from the South
Florida Conmunuuir
Deil'op niht Coanliiion. It
alleged "A' high-rolling Miami
developer came to Pembroke
Park and left \ ith a prized piece
of public land. For their trou-
ble. ta.xpa ers stand to lose
more than $3 million on the
deal."
Lisa Ste\ens. Pinnacle rep-
resentati\e, sa\s the Ne.iv
Tunis wasn't *'main stream


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media" and the article wasn't-
"facrually) correct."- '-
Councilman Grady Hestery
confirmed he spoke to.
Pembroke Pines' Manager. who.
verified facts in the article froti
News Times. He also stated the,
manager said. "They vwouldn't,-
do it again."
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Clerk ',
Continued From Page One.
Office family back to one locaA-
tion.
"When a new courthouse is'
built." Johnson says, "all of our-
forces . ill join." .,
Relocating the Clerk'si,
Offices into one location will .
involve 'a few exceptions. The:,
Pace (Mlonday-Friday 8 a.in. to
6 p.m.) and Gulf Breeze (8 a.m.
to 4:30 p.m. i offices are open
for the convenience of the pub-J
lic. That will not change. The
Jav "-one-da.-a-week" i8-4:30yr-
office will not change-also
designed for public conven-
ience
The satellite offices do not.
supply full-sern ice functions,
according to Johnson. But. ,
many common tasks ma\ be
performed at those locations. "I
know w\e are in variouss loca-,
tions right now. Our purpose is'.'
to serve, so call until you find,.
us." Johnson adds. '4
For more Clerk's Officel
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Wednesday September 20, 2006 The Santa Rosa Press Gazette Page 7-A

Community


Rural/Metro looks for environmentally friendly fuel


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


gLrovw n right here in Santa Rosa
County. The fuel works the
.same as diesel, but doesn't cre-
ate dangerous emissions.
Rising fuel costs and the heed
to conserve energy have forced
researchers to look for new
ways to fuel cars and trucks.
The new fuel runs about $2.68
to $2.70 a gallon and will offer
a small savings. But, there are
additional benefits besides sa\v-
ing money. "Bio-diesel is an
excellent lubricant for diesel
engines and as a result it may


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


available at local service sta-
tions. "We have an incredible
opportunity to buy fuel right
here and help local farmers
while becoming less dependent
,.on foreign fuel suppliers." says
Chalmers. "We are also happy
to be able to do something that
could'eventually stop the dam-
age caused by the threat of'
global warming."
Rural/Metro Ambulance is
proud to serve the citizens of
Santa Rosa Count. for the last
10 years.


Breast Cancer: Awareness & Action saves lives


USPS "Circle of Hope"
aims to build awareness.
encourage action, fund the
fight and find a cure
Since Ma.. many post
offices in North Florida have
posted "Circles of Hope" hon-
oring those who help "fund the
fi2ht and find a cure" for
Breast Cancer.
'Those who purchased
booklets of 20 Breast Cancer
semi-postal stamps %were invit-
ed to sign their name-or the


name of a loved one-on a
"Circle of Hope" which was
displayed in the Post Office
Lobby. "I'm glad to say we
have circles of hope almost
everywhere you look." said the
Postal Service's top executive
for North Florida. Harold L.
Sw inton. "Every circle is a
reminder that, in spite of
everything else they've got
going on. people still care and
want to help. We are all
impressed by the response and


the researchers are, I'm sure.
grateful."
The eight-cents difference
between the sale price of the
Breast Cancer semi-postal and
the First Class one-ounce letter
rate helps fund federally-
supervised Breast Cancer
research. Since its release Jul)
29. 1998. the Breast Cancer
Semi-postal stamp has gener-
ated more than $45 million for
research from the sale of 606.8
million stamps.


The stamps can be used like
any other First Class postage
stamp. In addition to benefit-
ing research, using the Breast
Cancer senmi-postal on cards
and letters can help raise
awareness of the disease and
may inspire more Americans
to acquire the skills and habits
they need to stay health.. It is
estimated that 40.410 %women
and 460 men %will die from
breast cancer in the United
States this year.


Gem Lore
. by Wlliam E. Cobb
Past President Flonrida Jewelers
Spokesman for Jewelers of Amen'ca
Seal a Marriage
with a Ring
The custom of sealing a mar-
riage with a ring goes back to
Roman times to the second
center B.C. Plain iron rings
were used back then. EBen
after certain Roman classes
of citizens were entitled to
wear gold rings, the iron
nngs. was still favored for
weddings. During the second
century A.D.. gold rings
became popular for %ed-
dings. Hokwe'er. exen among
those Romans entitled to
wear gold rings. it "as cus-
tomarN to exchange %wedding
rings, although St. Augustine
wrntes. " No priest shall hesi-
iate to marry a couple w'ho,
because of poverty, are
unable to give rings to each
other." Apparently the cus-
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The aging brain:

Separating myth from reality


Good news! Sigmund Freud
was %wrong! His statement that
people oser age 50 are no
longer educable is not a credi-
ble theory.
While it's true w'e lose brain
cells s vwe.age, the myth that
W.e lose thousands that cannot
be replaced is simply that-a
myth. Studies b\ Gerald
Fischbach have demonstrated
that we ha\e large excess
feserve in brain function, so
that even a 10 percent decrease
in brain weight will probably
not impair our mental or phys-
ical ability. No matter our age,
there are plenty of neurons not
being utilized,
As a result, older adults tend
to use both .sides of their brains
far more than younger people.
This more-balanced brain use
results in greater stability\


between thoughts and feelings.
That may be why we "mellow"
with age. Indeed, imaging
studies determine that older
adults show less evidence of
fear, anger and hatred than
younger adults. They also tend
to be less impulsive and not as
likely to dwell on negative
feelings iCohen. 2006). The
wisdom of later life, then, may
be due to the combined forces
of experience and this
improved use of both sides of
our brain.
While short-term and
remote memories are usually
not affected by aging. recent
memory may be. Almost
everyone over 50 has had
episodes of forgetting where
she put the keys. or the last
name of the person he met yes-
terday, or just \khy she entered


a room.
Another myth that has lost
credibility with recent studies
is that older people are no
longer capable of creativity.
Not true. say researchers.
People such as Einstein. Bach,
da Vinci. Grandma Moses and
man\ others remained creative
until death. some in their 90s.
People who do best w ith
the aging process are those
who exercise physically: chal-
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pick leisure activities that stim-
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as dancing, playing musical
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Obituaries.


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Mrs Amanda Parker king a'
lone-uire reidert of NMilon. Florida '
passed on Augu, 7 2i1. i6 in
Housion, Ie.,.as Her service as held
in Houston on August 2-14. 11O. and
the internmn '.'as held at the
Na[inal Miltiary Cemeter,' al so
heated in Housqon. TX. She leaves
behind her dewoied husband of 51
)ears. lohnme H King. Jr .her lo ing
children. and great'Irandchildren. her caring sibings, her devoled ,'
finend MNs. Barbara J Wdliams. and a host of relatives. fnends, i
nieces,, and nephews Mrs. King ,a, a member iof Mount Zion
Pnmitie Baptst Church, Milion, Flonrda.
-Serice is he rent e paj for hung 1 is the
erv purpose of life and not something you do
in your sparc time.". aianan Wnright Edelman r
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Ellis, Ralph
Eugene "Gene" Jr.
1927-2006
Ralph Eugene "Gene" Ellis,
Jr. 79, of Milton, Fl., died at his
home and went to be with his
Lord on Sunday, September 17,
2006 after a lengthy illness.
Gene was born and reared in
Allentown, Florida, and lived
his adult life in Milton. He was
a U.S. Navy Veteran of WWII
and the Korean War, and retired
from Monsanto after 31 years.
He was a very active member.
of the First Baptist Church of
Milton for over 50 s ears. and
served .there as a deacon for
many years.. He was a loving
husband, father, grandfather,
and brother, and will always be
remembered and cherished in
our hearts.
Gene was preceded in death:
.by newborn twins, his parents.


Cherub
Xl? IemeOry . .-\ ne'A soul a gilt to us this day a -simple request
of- ,heith us do sta\
SOm The ime .e ge is much to brief, our pleas are

/ nirf fay h headed u lthout rehliel
Y____ - Our hearts ,ow fill v ith Io: and tears knoin mg e. "
will hae t1oo let \ears.
- Taken from us bN the w ings of loe to loin the
AP.els in the heaven's abote
S" ouls long past are there to meet this hrJnd net" F
.,.angel uith arms do greek.



watchingg o"re us w ith loxe.
We love and miss Nou,
Nlommi uJennifer Wile I, Daddy iJoshua Helmsi & Big Brother Brandon Helms .
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Margaret and Ralph Ellis and
his loving wife of 45 years,
Lorette Linzy Ellis.
He is survived by his loving
wife of 12 years, Lynette
Cranford Ellis, his children,
Marcia Arnold, Sue Johnson,
and David (Kathy) Ellis; seven
grandchildren, Eddie (Lorie)
Arnold, Angela (Ed) Cahill,
Aaron (Natalie) Johnson,
Emily (Chad) Daffern, Katie
Ellis, Ben Ellis, ahd Heather
Raybon; eleven great grand-
children, his brother, Jack
(Wilma) Ellis and family of
Huntsville, Ala.; his extended,
family Carol Ann (Steve)-
Jones, Kenny (Vicki) Cranford;
four grandchildren, ., Angie,
(Mark) Padgett, Chad (Kim)
Jones, Jeimi (Scott) Holtman,
Jeff Cranford; four great grand-
children. and a special lifelong
friend. Lamar (Dottie) Waid.
Funeral :Services will be
held at 11 am on Wednesday,
September 20, 2006 at the First
Baptist Church of Milton with
Dr. Da\id Spencer officiating.
Burial \%ill follmo in the
Serenit. Gardens Cemetery
S\ith Le, is Funeral Home
directing.
Actik e Pallbearers will be
grandsons, and D\\iLht Linzy,
Arlie Hughes, Allen Fnzzell,
Curt Frizzell. and Ton Snmith.
Honorary Pallbearers \will be
members of his Men's .Adult II
Sunday School Class at the
Furst Baptist Church of Milton.
: The family asks that memo-
rials be made to the Bamberg
Chapel Fund at 'First Baptist
Church of Milton.

Bassett, Earl H.
1927-2006
Earl H. Bassett, 79, of


Milton, Florida, passed away
on Monday, September 18,
2006 at his home. Earl was
born on July 17, 1927 in
Langdale, Alabama. He attend-
ed Valley High School in
Fairfax, Alabama, and Perry
Business College in LaGrange,
Georgia, and had resided in
Milton since 1962. He served
in the United States Navy dur-
ing World War II and was sta-
tioned in the Philippines. Mr.
Bassett was an avid Sportsman.
He lettered in all.sports, both in
Middle School and High
School. He has been an avid
golf player for 54 years, and
loved playing golf with his
sons. He was a charter member'
of the Tanglewood Golf Club.
He retired from American
Cyanamid/Cytec after 23 years,
of service. He was a member of
the First Baptist Church of
Milton. He was an excellent.
father and husband and will be
greatly missed.
Mr. Ba_�sett is preceded in.
death by his mother and father.
Henry and Maudie Bassett: one
,brother and sister in .law,
Howard and Nell Bassett; one.
brother in law, Herman
Newman.
Mr. Bassett is survived by
his wife of 55 years. Eel]yn
Bassett; two sons and daugh-
ters in law, Chuck and Beverl\
Baisett and Randy and Debbie
Bassett; one granddaughter,
Lindsa\ Bassett; and a host of
nieces and nephew s.
Funeral ,Services for Mr.
Bassett will be held at 12:00:,
noon' on 'Thursday. September
21, 2006 at the Lewis Funeral
Home in Milton with Dr. David
Spencer and Dr. Bell Tremble
officiating. Burial will follow
in the Milton Cemetery with
Lewis Funeral Home directing.,
The family will receive friends
from 5:30 to 8:30 pm on
Wednesday, September 20,
2006 at the Lewis Funeral
Home, in Milton.
Active Pallbearers will be
Jimmy. Mezick, Darrell
Mezick, Gary Welch, Don


Prather, Charles Hamel, and,.
Cary Newman.
Honorary Pallbearers will'
be men of the Men's Adult II-
Sunday School Class of the
First Baptist Church of Milton.
The family wishes to thank-,'
Emerald Coast Hospice, espe-,
. cially Patty and Betty. Lewis;
Funeral Home of Milton is in,
charge of arrangements.

Hunt, Alice Lorene
Mrs. Alice Lorene Hunt, 80,
died September 6, 2006 in;
Tyler, Texas. She was born'
February 2, 1926 in Cass.
County, Texas to the late Roy'
and Dolly Weaver and lied in;
Lewisville, Texas prior to mov-'
ing to Flint, Texas 15 years,
ago. She attended beauty:
school and culinary school and,
retired as a chef from Emerald
Bay Country Club and from
Safe\ay as a deli manager She'
was a Baptist and a lifetime
member of East Te\as Chefs
Ass-ociation.
She \ as preceded in death
by her husband-Elmer Lee,
Hunt in 1882, son-Ronnie
Lee. Hunt. daughter-Debrah
KaN Br\ an. grandson-- Preston
Tanner -Hunt and brother-
Cla ton \Veater.
Sur\ i\ors include daugh-.
ters-Glennis Hunt of Flint.'
Texas, and Dianne Teel of
Milton, Florida. brother-
Clifford Wea\er of Can.on.
Texas. sister-Pansy Spain of
Lake, St. Louis, MO, two
grandchildren and three great-
grandchildren.
Memorial services will be at
a later date. Hillaid Funeral
Home in Van, Texas is in'
charge of arrangements. *
If desired, memorials may
be made to Wing. of Hope,
Spirit of St.. Louis Airport,
18590 Edison Ave.,
Chesterfield. MO 63005 or
Hospice Coienant. 6300 N.
Davis Hwy., Pensacola. FL
32504 -.
Many thanks to.e'ern.one
that touched my mothers heart
arid all their prayers.


Comnt


Joihn Florida
Trail Association
Join the Western Gate
Chapter of the Florida Trail
Association for a canoe/kayak
trip down Coldwater Creek on '
.Saturday, September 23,2006.6,
For, details call the leader at
(850) 995-4267 or http://flori-
datrail.org.

Cemetery
Board to meet
The . Milton Benevolent


li87-5-00


lS SI - Sp


Cenietern Board \\ill meet ohi
Monday. September 25. 2006
at 2:00 p.ih. in Conference
Room B: of Citr. Hall, 6738
Dixon Street. For further infor-
mation on the meeting, contact
the Cit MNlanager's Office at
983-54111. All meetings are,
open to the public ,

City of Milton .
notice of meeting
The City of Milton Parks S
Recreation Conimittee will
meet on Monday-, September
25, 2006, at 8,:30 a.m. ilr
Conference Room B at City
Hall, 6738 Dixon Street. For.
further information on the
meeting, contact the Cityi
Manager's Office at 983-5411.
All meetings are open to the
public.







Ask

Ole' Chief
� Hello Veterans! Just some
FYI today. Did you know that
it is never too late to file a
claim for a service connected
disability? There are WWII
veterans ' filing claims for
injuries they sustained while in
service, or diagnosed with a
condition.
Did you also know that a
veteran does not have to be
retired to be eligible for certain
VA benefits? Some wartime
veterans' widows may be eligi-
ble as well. The VA has various
programs for veterans and their
dependents. A veteran can
apply for medical benefits and
priority & eligibility depends
on amount of service connect-
ed disability and/or income and
net worth. Your DD-214 is
needed in addition to the 10-
10EZ application form.
Contact your local County
Service Office for further infor-
mation. Santa Rosa County has
Veteran Service Officers in
Milton at 626-8724 or Gulf
Breeze at 932-9508. There is
never a charge for any assis-
tance for our deserving veter-
ans!


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Legal Notices


NOTICE OF MONTHLY
MEETING OF THE SANTA
ROSA . BAY BRIDGE
AUTHORITY
S The Sania Ro:a Bav Br.i ,e1
Auinority A.II conducl is regu-
I. " r morlrnv auit'oriry mealring
": at 530 pm WeVdnedaV,
SEPTEMBER-7 2006uC. in ir.e
Florda Depanmert Of
Transportation (FDOT),
Conference Room C lc.:,aed
S a 6025 Old Bagcad H.gr-an .
M P.on Floria Fo, furnner
' information call (850) 981-
2718. .
092006
09 2006

Notice of Public Sale
Puriuani Io cr, 713585 16
8509 is Donna Caazzo -a
u i- nolzd Tdie Specialal lor
S. C S J Auio & Truck Repair hi.c
* a. Il sall ml e ictliciang Co the
, ignris biddlo is -u.-e cl 10 ar-y
' e' r ,- lri neri proce-ds dae :,,.tled
a clerk ot court par 713 565
n ' erniuenholtdei rigril 0 a
heoarlrig per 713548 161 B6'5i
S n 1.5 pC.rsI bond pr E. r 17
S tor cahrn .um ol Iben, 311l :ale
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pr.or @ ler.c.r ftCi.1y canr,
only aryc.ne .niletodea call
. 50477. 007t or 24.224i.
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iCi E 9 Maer Rd 1 cniaCCIa
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U o Lien.r j-. .I Aul.. , Truck
Repa.r Inc C 60 13 Do- o.:,.d
Dr Millcr. FL K2.3 1-' pr,
I ' 85,,2:2i .9517


092006

NOTICE TO BIDDERS
ROAD STRIPING
Notice is hereby giyen
that the Board of County
C.Tinmi.,,unia Or cO Srita ROa
Cournry Ficraa .,111 n-Cam,-
.:eale bL-; t:,r Road Strpri.r
Specifications end bid
lorm may be secured foma
Saia Rosa Cour.t N ,.'--,Ia
tW Saos(r0.30 a l Egt- -r
al ires Sari Roma C-',ur1i,
Procuremer., l -,parlrrr 1 , l
the aO0.0 addi.cs Tele-pr.or.ci
18501 963-1633
All :,I d; ,Tj-i D&e .r.np,-- l
a rre-,a e l.a r a n , r.an d F e .3
Ex or ma 1. ir-e 6 nSonia .:.:a
C'ur.[y Procui.i-m-ni
Di-epalrtrmeal ' 4'i ,"r ,:,ir.e:
Sire el. SuJile G Mt,':n FlI,'1a
l.,U aand .r-'-i fe r 'e" '.d
'D/ 1000 am, OLC-Lt-er 2-1
I'f al r.-cr irW e bt' anill Dc
:.r.eda r.3d read ai:.ud bAd3
are,=:- u Oi rrer ir, hirr,- e-o 1l r
Iris ,i, c.pen-r-- will bi . rol|e:lt3
anrj eluir,.io ur.'-o',ern3 Io int
c. l. er 11 ..,-i, r ,la pariah e.:
are ,n.,le. t 3 Blr-d ea d: aa't .
t1 * t ale-l and plaird,
iat.ele- BID - ROAD STRIP-
ING.
,u .c:h rn -i,: .n. r ,'ir-idr,
Inl, equiprm-erI nouI-i b,
d.r-.,'Ieda 10 t ",E 'A/en-rr l,- l at
,i "f .r' O rI
Tne biara O Cc.unli
Crmcw r,:,.-rers rea er.-" Ir: -
-i, ii vi, wa,.e irre.ula',l',eu� in
Auh or frnr.,:.ul ,'aute a'''d 1t
a ari, ir .-i3 final uI -3-ier-
m.r-: i t- be. r- me ith"-er ''--i-o -7i
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An pricesc a are inr .-r a
peri,:.d GI vr..n ',,ar Aner -nA
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Ii'ce o 1 perc. 'C..i i.:' -r . led
ro 1.1 year; war irii- . 'agre
meant of the bidder.
Santa Rosa County'
does not discriminate pn the
basis of race, color, national
O,',,I n .mex reJL;q;or, aC." or :
n '. a : pre.3 r ialu-, r eC

By order of the Board of
County Commissioners of
� ania 1.:.a C-.u,',r, Florn.ia
092006...
092006
9/733
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DMSION
CASE NO.: 57 2005 CP 347
III RE THE ESTATE OF
AEBECCA FORSMAN.
-ecea:ed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn.a ir.rir tin lor i i me
aziai.a or Ru.le,:cca F.wraman
*e easaed nnw, si.r: a 01a ro
J.1air, va Augult 4 '01J Fi..-
lumbar S7.C'20.CF-G 34-
r.iardng in ihe Cic.ut Cc.urt ,n
ard icr ia-ia Rlra Counrt
Flcr.i a Prc.-aie i'r.:..,:.n. inm6
adre. Of wltrrC..h . SOulr,
Sarnia Fo-a Certer. 5841 .ull
6remz, Fraraa, r-ii Braere,
Fi.-i.loa "i. ,3 Tr.A, rr,.A-,- ar1.
,'j,'atrri. ' "r nO prz-onal rE-p-


n Wd rr-; i na r on
All cri,.]iil' A MA ,-JE*.:-dir-l
add olrer percon.r. inaving
.:l.arrs o ,r jemanrr . agalr .i
-i.:ederi Ec iiale ,:.r. ar.c-i a
cor.,' :oI irn notice ra.i Crc-n
i-r,,e rrCiumi file iri ir cl.an ,-
.iln ih; .:.:.L.Ur ITM HiI THE
L.TER ,OF 3 ,,.jNTiH
FTEfR THE C,-TE OF THE
FiRST PLiLli'-,TlOliJ OF
THIS jC-OTIE H'.OR 30 DAYIS


AFTER THE TIME OF SER-
VICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM:
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having'
carr,, or demndt: again.
ecedeni estiMeala muEl i e
their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 '.MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NO" SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
ABOVE. ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO 1|2 YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENTS
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED
Tre. dalo al llirrl ijutlcai-,n :,or
th, Nc.lOc- r Sepiember 20
D006
'- 6yi':,n E Cenc-n
Byron E Corlon
Color, Galsi & Cotton
Trree Pli�w Avnuen
Enal.mar Fior,da :321 79
Floria Bar io I06.35521
1651i 6551-990)
Attorney lor Personal
Representative
E;. Sara F Trom�a
Sra F Tr.orrna.
i IU S1Hirdage Stei
Forf Waai on lBercr, Flrida
Personal Representative
0)20,06



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NUMBER: 57-2006-
CP-268
DIVISION:
III RE THE ESTATE OF


CHARLES J. KAHN,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS


The administration of the Arttore)
estate of CHARLES J. KAHN, Represe
deceased. File Number 57- - Suite. 3
2006-CP-268, a- perdi,,g ,r, Avenue
in Cicuit Coun ' or F ar-Ir . Pensact
Ro,-3 Counry Fic.rdOa Pioboale (850)47
D,.,ion, -tre addrezo c.r wr.cn Florida i
a Santa Rosa County
Counrnouse 6665 Carolir.e 092006
Street Meion. Florida 3 570 - 092706
Tie rnarr, and addre ol me 9735
Persorial Rep,'er-tare arnd ,
rha -Personl R.rpre-'arar.i .


An:-ray arve s n rorta belcma
All crelors o of n aecedenl
arid c-ib,,r perons hav-ing
clar' or dema,-,d again
ac-:dedn is esame inclu.,ing
urnmaTurea cc.ningert c-r
urnlqudOated claims. on wr..:.,m
a o:rp/ o0 ira.; ric.l,.t e a 0 .re d
mu.'a fle [hcii cl3ams air, ir.;
Coun WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 'MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OFTHIS NOTICE OR
30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
An other creaditi-ra oi Iric dece-
dartl and oaher persons rna.rgq
.:larrs cr dear.anda aganri
decladenil i -'are Including
unmatuluea conir.gernt or
uniquiaalad claimm, mir hiiwe
incur claim. MiIr, i.h CCoun
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
Tr,- date o Ir.e ilir , pj.u.t abl.:Or.
,A ri rn lfcr,:A . ,et isrr e 'r '
2006

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Gulf Bre
Persona
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eze, FL 32561
I Representative
ilE L SIMMONS
L SIMMONS
y Ior Personal
tentative
302, 3000 Lanrgley
Ila, Florida 32504
74-0886
Bar Number: 380806


AMENDED NOTICE OF
SHERIFF' SALE
NOTICE . r.eiany given final
purruaril l WRIT OF EXECuI
TION :auued in Ine C-ounry
Court '31 HIilorougqh Counry.
FloridOa o, ine I6TH day , l Jul.
20R01 in tio cau:i' Ar re'ir-
RAILROAD AND ItLOuISTRi.
AL CREDIT UNION, was
pla.nir ar.d PHYLIZSS ANN
DEErJ AND DAtJIEL L DEEN
acre deaelernarti; bi l- Cate
No ."5-1.373 .SC ,n, 'a--i cbu,1
I Wendaii Hall As Sherntl at
Sarna Rosia Count/. Florana
raa levIied upor all ire. righl
i.lae anr .r.iereri ci inO e deer,n
.jni Daniel L Dearn .n and it
me tlcOlowing decrtC,ed per
rialal piricen,, io w.I
DESCRIPTION OF PROPER-
TY
i 67 . CHEVROLET
CORVETTE
VIta a lC1'r '218'H51271,"
I :hail owner ir,.i pro ert. lor
.acie at cal IrOrl ,i-,'f r -)I lh-
Saras R-.:-a Cr-,-,r.. al Juill.:e
Faclhry in Lr,,11ior' Sarna Rc.ra
Cour.r, Fl.rida. at[ irn nhour :.
ic '. pm c-r i-n - ?-ir. dacv 'l
Oi,:1&Ipr 2J06 Or a: s:or.n
Inereaanve a=. posita.i I uall
--ner lrio aair? all he : ad deii-r,.
-lar i,. CAIrIEL L DEErI rigni
nile anid irnlar.a nsi ire aCic-re-


said personal property, at pub-
lic, auction and will sell the
same, subject to taxes, all
prior liens, encumbrances and
judgments, if any tothe high-
est and best bidder for CASH
IN HAND. The proceeds to be
appl;.a * a fr 5 ,T.a., ie 10 irMe
payrrlar l Ci ,1Oc arnd Iha �:1.
,laclc.r , il ira a-t-o.
Oenrtn,fl. e ye-: iJlllr.


WENDELL HALL, SHERIFF
OF SANTA ROSA COutIrI'.
FLORIDA
BY: J.E.CHESSHER
James E. Chessher
Deputy Sheriff .

IF YOU nAVE A DISABILITY
REQUIRING SPECIAL
ACCOtIMOcATiO0S OR TO
ARRANGrE TO viEW THE
PROPERTY, PLEASE CON-


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TACT JANICE PLATT (850)
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Agriculture Commissioner that are well suited to Florida's and should be handled %%ith
Charles H. Bronson. "Ser- ing unique soil and climate. .care.
fresh Florida guaa and papaya "Gro\wers and scientists are Ripe guavas, and papayas
makes any meal or get-together working to meet an increasing can be stored in a plastic bag in
more festive." demand for tropical fruits-in the refrigerator, but if you want
If you're never tried these Florida and around the nation." to enjoy the best flavor, limit
juic., eye-catching fruits, then Bronson said. "As people are their time in the fridge as much
you'se been missing out. Pear- becoming more health con- as sou can. Rinse under cool
shaped and wonderfully large, scious, they are eating more running water before eating or
papayas are prized for their fresh produce, and they are preparing.
silky, buttery-soft flesh and del- looking for variety. Tropical And just how do you eat
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and is so tender it can be country are just now disco\er- seeds. i You can add the seeds
scooped out and eaten with a ing ho\w delicious and nutri- to fruit salad or your favorite
spoon. The central cavity is tious they can be." creams salad dressing for a lit-
filled %with round black edible Loaded with fiber. vitamins, tie extra zing.i Eat the flesh
seeds "hose pepper taste is minerals, and antioxidants. %ith a spoon or cut it into
often likened to \atercress or papaya is one of the healthiest slices: it tastes great plain or
nasturtiums. fruits you can eat. It pro ides spnnkled with lemon or lime-
Guavas are small round, folate, potassium, and a \whop- juice. If. \ou want to get a little
oval. or pear-shaped fruits %with ping 150 percent of your rec- bit fancier, you can add ripe
thin yellow skin that may be ommended daily allowance of papaya to salsas. smoothies.
blushed with pink. The flesh vitamin C. Papaya is filling milkshakes, and marinades.
ma\ be white. salmon-colored. without being fattening, so it's Green papaya can be baked in
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potent antioxidant that helps
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chopped fresh guaxa has onlh
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When shopping for papaya as,
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fruit that yields slightly to gen-
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room temperature. papayas that
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.1 to 2 jalapeno peppers...
finely chopped .
2 eggs
1 pound shrimp, pureed ,.
3 to 4 cups breadcrumbs
1 Flonda papaya, peeled,
seeded, chopped
salt and pepper to taste
2 teaspoons lime juice
2 teaspoons Dijon mustard
I-tablespoon cilantro. -
chopped
? cup flour
Saute onion, red pepper,,
garlic', and jalapenos in 2 table7-,
spoons of butter. Remove from
heat and cool slightl.. In a
bow l. mix together onion mix-,
Lure. eggs. shrimp. bread,.
crumbs, papaya. salt. pepper.
limejuice. mustard. and,
cilantro. Form mixture into"
patties approximately 3 inches.
across and I inch thick. Pour
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spoons of butter in skillet and
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Makes 15 cakes.
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1 Florida mango. chopped
4 red bananas, sliced
? Florida lIchees. peeled,
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I large Florida annona.
pulped and strained. reser\e-
juice
MNh together fruits and top.-
Sith strained juice from pas-,.
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Scholarship established in war hero's name


Corporal William T.
(Tomlmyt Cumbie, United,
States Marine Corps. was
remembered at the Greenville
High School, United States
SArmy Junior ROTC Annual
Awards.Banquet in Greenville, -
AL. CPT Bennie Lewis, a
graduating senior, was award-
ed a $500.00 Scholarship in
Corporal Cumbie's honor. The,
"Corporal William T. Cumbie
LeadershipScholarship
Award" was established by
Greenville High School,
Senior ROTC Instructor,
Lieutenant Colonel Eustice
Shiver of Pace, FL. Col. Shiver
is' married to Corporal
Cumbie's cousin. Judy
Cumbie Shiver, also of-Pace.
Corporal Cumbie's two sisters,
Mrs. Betty Sutherland ando
.Mrs. Sue Greer ,of
Jacksonville., FL sponsored the
award.. : - ; "
SCorporal Cumbie was born
in Jackson\ille, but lived in
Milton while attending high -
school and resided with now
deceased Milton Fire Chief
J.D. Cumbie and his. wife,'
Marion, both of. Milton.
.Corporal Cumbie was a Scout


Dog Handler and served with
Company I, Third Military.
Police Battalion, Third
Marines Division, Republic of
Vietnam.
Son February 9th, 1969,
Corporal Cumbie, with his dog
"Bruno," was point man for
Company I during a 'Search &
Destroy' operation,. when he
alertly observed a hostile force
occupy ing a well-concealed
ambush site. With complete
disregard for his own safety. he
unhesitatingly shouted a % am-
ing to his fellow Marines and ,
commenced directing accurate
fire on the enem) position.'
Although aware of the danger
involved, he steadfastly
remained in his exposed posi-
tion and continued drawing the
attention of the hostile soldiers
on himself, as his companions
deployed to covered, fighting
positions. It was w while engaged
in this selfless act with total
disregard for his own safety,. he
was mortally wounded. His
heroic and timely actions was
an inspiration to all who
observed his coArage, bold ini-
tiatike and unwavering devo-
tion to duty, Corporal Cumbie


Corporal William T. (Tommy). Cumbie
(inseti CPT Bennie Lewis receies scholarship
contributed significantly to the He gallantly gave his life in
accomplishment of his unit's the service of his country.
mission and upheld the highest Corporal Cumbie was posthu-
traditions of the Marine Corps. mously aw arded the Silver Star
SMedal, the Bronze Star Medal
%with '\" de% ice, and the Purple..
Heart Medal.


humanity
than Former NFL Superbol I
Champion William
"Refrigerator" Perry. along
-w ith the Miami Heat
Cheerleaders. The cook off w ill
be held on Saturday. November
18 from 8 to 4 p.m. The event
%\ill take place in the parking
lot of Town & Country Plaza
on Fairfield and Pace. -,here
the Believers' Life Center is
located, and is sponsored by
KIA Auto Sales of Pensacola.
Florida T-Mobile. Home
Depot, The Southern Compan.
and Aret\'s Angels.
Tickets are a $10.00 dona-
tion for adults, which pro\ ides
spectators with all-you-can-eat
barbeque., and a chance to hear
some li e gospel entertainment
and get a chance to meet some
celebrities. For ticket informa-
.tion, call TammN Whiten at
850-439-1410.


: el' in Robinson. known to
most as Mr. Hollyood.
believes he is the most famous
barbeque man of all time. He
also believes in helping others.
Robinson is a former profes-
sional wresder with a heart that
is matched onlv by his hulking
stature. A member of
Believers' Life Center.
Robinson and members of his
church are raising money in
hopes to build a Habitat for
Humanity house right here in
our community.
Pensacola Habitat for
Humanity. celebrating 25 years
of ser ice in Escambia and
Santa Rosa Counties, is proud
to be helping in this endeavor.
Pensacola Habitat's mission is
to allev iate substandard hous-
ing problems in our area by
providing simple, decent
S.affordable homes for those in-
e, ed. "Pensacola Habitat is,

Fall blood

drive planned
" The Northwest Florida
SBlood Center partners with
. SRE TV Pensacola Junior
College to host a Special Fall
Blood Drive on Frida\.
" september 22, 2006 from
ga.m. to 3p.m. at the WSRE
"yV: Station located at 12th
. venue and College
Boulevard. Each blood donor
' ill recei e a special WSRE/
TV signature i-shin. The
(Caribbean Soup Compan\ will
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iils opportunity to give the gift
df life..
, All blood t\ pes are needed.
You are eligible to donate if
you are 17 years of age,.weigh
at least 110 pounds, are in good
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honored to be a part of this
exciting event. As our rebuild-
ing efforts continue from the
hurricanes we desperately need
the help of the local communi-
ty to sustain our mission. Mr.
Hollyxvood understands hox%
important affordable housing
issues are in our area.
We hope everyone comes
out to support the event and
help Pensacola Habitat raise
the funds needed to keep build-
tng homes for those in need."
said Natalie Stolfi.
Development Director for
Pensacola Habitat. Pensacola
Habitat has completed 470
homes throughout Escambia
and Santa Rosa Counties and
about 40 homes are currently in
progress
So sure of himself as �he,
barbeque man. Robinson is
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Mr. and Mrs. Jack Locklin,
Jr. of 'Pace announce the
engagement of their daughter
Heidi Suanne Locklin to
William "BillU" Paul Hudgens
also of Pace. Billy is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hudgens of
Pace.
The .bride is the grand-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Locklin. Sr. and the late Mr.
and Mrs. N.R. Doke of


Monticello, Florida.
The groom is the grandson
of Mrs. Janie Da\is and the
late Mr. Lee Dais of
Pensacola and Mrs. Joyce
Hudgens and the late Mr.
William Hudgens -of
Pensacola.
Billy is a 2002 graduate of
Pace High School and Heidi is
a 2004 graduate of Pace High
School. Heidi and Bills are


currently attending Harding
University in Searc3.
Arkansas. Billy will graduate
with a degree in History on
December 16, 2006. Heidi
plans to transfer to the
Lniversity of West Florida and
major in Elementary
Education. They both plan to
teach in Santa Rosa Counti.
An. outside wedding is
planned for March 10, 2007.


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December 6. 2005.
Her parents are Jeremy and Lechia-
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her grandparents are Robert and Jeannine
Franklin and Jerry and Cindy Froman. Her'
great-grandparents are Barbara Enfinger
and Margaret Franklin. Her great great
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SRC golf scramble is
looking for players
Registrations are being
accepted for teams to partici-
pate in the 13th Annual Santa
Rosa County Chamber Golf
Classic.
This is a four-person scram-
ble to be held Oct. 6 at The
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p.m. Entry fee is $400 per team
and includes golf cart, range
balls, tswo beverage tickets.
after round dinner, door prizes,
c goodie bag. two mulhgans, and
one tee buster per player
For more information or to
register contact the chamber
offices at 623-2339.

programs for mm youth
The Pensacola Sports
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through 12th grade.
This program is taught by
S Oly mpic Coach Rob Hermann.
w"ho is current\ coaches the
U.S. Na\\ Wrestline Team at
NAS Pensacola.
The Youth Wrestling
Program v.dll begin No'. 6 and
meet each Monday from 4:30 to
6 p.m
For more information or to
register sou can contact the
Northeast YMCA at 478-1222.
Co-ed toMurey to
beneit E-Ma.Onmee
Camp E-Ma-Chamee is
holding their first e\er Co-
Ed Softball Slam at the East
Milton Recreational Park on
:* Oct -.
Cost to enter this tourna-
ment is $150 a team and pro-
ceeds \\ill help with pro-
grams offered to the young
people at Camp E-Mla-
Chamee.
Games '. ill get underwt ay
at 9 a m.
During the tournament
'there will be several acist i-
ties for a da\ ot family fun.
For more information or
to register contact Bruce
Predmore or Meredith
SlMcKriight at 675-4512.
Registration deadline is
Sept. 28
Baseball fall camp is
taldng registrar tins
All-Pro Baseball Academy
%ill hold a fall instructional
camp on Oct. 2
The camp \kill be held in
two sessions and broken do\\ n
into: third through fifth- grade
and sixth through eight grade.
Academy Instructors
include Mac Seibert of the
Tampa Bay Devil Rays, former
Major leageer Talmadge
Nunnari, and others;
For more information call
572-3356.
Pensacola Power
tryouts announced
The Pensacola Power
Women's Football Team' has
announced four separate try-
outs sessions starting Sept 24..
Registration sill begin at
1:30 p.m. and they tryouts will
go from 2 to 4.p.m.
Tryout locations are .Sept.
24 and Oct. 8 at the John R.
Jones Sports Complex on Nine
Mile. Rd. in .Pensacola.
Locations for an Oct. 1 tryout
in Foley, Ala., and Oct. 15 try-
out in Ft. Walton Beach have
not been confirmed at this time.
All females over the age of
18 are welcome to tryout and
no prior football experience is
necessary.
All potential players will be
required to .register with the
NWFA and pay a one time $35
fee. Please come prepared to,
practice and bring a photo ID
and proof of insurance.
Additional information can
be found at www.pensacola
power.org.


Ringing the baseball champs


17 Pace players receive rings prior

to the Patriots football game Friday


Pace principal Frank Lay is seen presenting Bear Lomer with his
2006 FHSAA Class 5A Championship Ring prior to Friday's football
game.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Milton


claws up


Navarre

N Panthers even
record at 2-2 l -I


By BILL GAMNBLIN
PG Sports Editoi
The up and down season of
the Panthers continued Friday
and made an upturn as Milton
defeated Navarre 43-21 at
Bennett C. Russell Stadium.
Milton (2-2) needed little-
time as they took a 6-0 lead
when Talris Brown rumbled for
27 yards and the first score of
the game with less than two
minutes offt' the clock
Nasarre i2-21 responded
when Austin Grimm hit speed-
ster Donte Rome with a four-
yard pass as they took the lead
after Aaron Brummett added
the point after
But Milton was not going to
be denied.

Christian
W on d qs
%, ould gise
Milto n the
lead for
aood % hen
he scored
from one
\ard . out
near the
start of the McMillion
second quar-
ter
Milton then \ent for taso
and made it 14-7 Mhen Bro\\n
crosed the goal line.
Matt Shouppe sould add a
35-\ard field goal to gi\e the
Panthers a 17-7 lead at the half.
"WVe put esersthin. togeth-
er. sad Milton coach like
NAlcMillion on ,londay. "\Ve
really cut down on our mistakes
and make a couple of good third
Ste. PANTHERS. P.Q 2B


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
A year to remember at Pace
High School \\as concluded
Friday night'as members of the
2006 5A State Champion base-
ball team %\ere honored pnor to
the football game.
In a fitting tribute to a magi-
cal 2005-06 school year. which h
began with a football team
advancing to the final four in
Class 4A.
Some of those \er same
players took that momentum to
the baseball diamond x here
they proved to be a team on a
mission.
Going 29-6 the Patriots
claimed their third baseball
state title and first one in 16


years as they defeated Tampa
Hillsborough 11-7 in dramatic
fashion after an exciting semi-
final ietoro oer Winter Haven
by the score of 8-7.
When they headed home
\with the state title very fe\w
were left asking \\ho is Pace
because the\ learned first hand
by \watching.
Following the ceremony
where Principal Frank Lay and
Athletic Director Robert
Freeman presented each player
%with their championship ring
the huge smiles the Patriots
showed coming off the school
bus \when the\ arrived back
home in Ma\ returned.
"I would like to do this at
least once a Near." said Las fol-


Airi Johnson is having to deal with a pack of pesky Bulldogs Friday as he tries to help get the ratiorts
offense started.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin



'Dawgs bite Pace

3 Patriots winning streak ends at 14 games


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sp., is EJa,
Pace couldn't find an answer
for the big play as the\ fell at
home to Cresit iel 21-3 Friday.
The Patriots 03-1i struggled
offensively. but were ne'er out
of the game until late \when the
Bulldogs capitalized on an
opportunity at the start of the
fourth quarter.
Crests iew 03-01 took ad an-
tage of two defensive miscues
the Patriots made all night to
put the game awaNy and end
their regular season winning
streak at 14.games that started
back on No\. 5, 2004 against
the \er\ same Bulldogs 24-21.


lust after Pace had cut the
Crestsie%% lead to 7-3. the
Patriot defense forced the
Bulldogs to punt on fourth and
six from the Crest ilew 32.
Pace went for the block, but
ended up being called for
roughing the punter.
From that point on
Crest iew methodically
marched the ball dow n the field
and draining the clock of what
time Pace would have left for
another ditve.
The defensive unit looked to
';ha\e shortened the Bulldogs
:leash again by forcing a 4I.1-
\ard field goal attempt on
fourth and thiee from the 23


with 3.30 remaining. but yet
again the Patriots were flagged.
This time the call %\as off-
sides and on the vers next play
Steven Thrash ran it in from 18
yards out for the touchdown n to
make it 14-3 after Nick Jewell
added the point after.
"They just beat us." said
Pace coach Nlickey Lindsey
following the game. "We just
made too man\ mistakes
toniTght.
"We have got to get a lot bet-,
ter."
Offensively the Patriots"
never could get on track until
the second half as the\ man-
Se..PATS. Pe. 2B


losing the ceremony.
The only game that wasn't
close has the game everyone
%\as talking about as the
Patriots hosted Crestview
before a standing room only
crow d.
No one expected Pace to win
10-0. but the Patriots did just
that and %went on to bring the
state title back home.
"This is the icing on the
cake." said current senior Caleb
Gindl. "Last sear the seniors on
the team led us to tlus opportu-
nity.
�"Nosw I hope to be able to do
the same this baseball season."
For Gindl it w as a dream that
came true and had all the feel-
See. RINGS. P. 2B


Dropsies


plague


Royals
N Interception stops
the Royals late rally
By BILL GAMBLING
S Sports Editor
Turnovers are still plaguing
the Jay .Royals and the most
recent one derailed them in
opening District I-A play with
a win.
Jay quarterback Brandt
Hendricks was kicked off with
just eight second si'ot ie clock
as Wewahitchka held on to
defeat the Royals 19-14.
The Royals i l-3i started the
season with a combined 10I
turnovers in their first two loss-
es against Crest\ilew\ and
Flomaton.
"An.time you turn the ball
om er it is a ke\ situation." said
Bell on
Monda\ "I
think our
ehna n c e 3 r
erould be a
lot better if

have turned
the football
o\ er so
much this
season.
0 n Bell
Fnda. \,hen
Hendncks p\as intercepted the
Royals atere near the goal line
and threatening, but didn't
make it as e\a 3-(.11 reco%-
ered tmw o Jar fumbles and inter-
cepted Hendricks on four dif-
ferent occasions.
Despite falling behind 13-0
in the first quarter JaN wasn'tt
going to go quietly.
Late in the game trailing 13-:
6, Jay's Josh Mlarshall blocked
a Wewa punt that was recov-
Sec.JA Y.Pg 2


Central saw a volleyball game cancelled last week due to a lack of
officials.


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
Mlfilton's xolle ball program
continued its roll as it extended
its winning streak to .three
games on Thursday when it dis-,
patched Escambia High in three
games 25-22, 25-14, and 25-14.
The Lady Panthers (5-8 and
5-6 in District 1-4A) dominated
after winning the first game as
they posted. 31 aces as a team
. for the match.
"That is a game plus some
on serves alone," said Lori.
Erickon after the match. "The
last time we played them it was
four games and we struggle.


"Tonight %we struggled in
passing the ball. but *%e made
up for that '. ith our ser% e and in1
other areas.
Star Florio led the barrage
from the service line v. iih 12
aces. while Liz Steadman v'.as
next v. ith si\
Kourtne\ Kabel led the '. \
for Milton a ithl eight kills on
the night
Milton is starting to click in
some areas speciticall\ as the\.
are making impro events
"We are getting some great
pla s in are.ias like outside hit-
ter." said Enckson "\\e hale a
number of players who are


stepping up in that spot for us."
Another bright spot for
Erickson and the Lady Panthers
is the %.-irious players w ho are
stepping up to make playNs as 11
is a 'different one evers night
during the three game .inmnng
streak.
Pace traveled to F \\Walton
Beach iand lost their match
three 2ames to one.
The final scores v.ere 25-12,
16-2 . 25-1-14. and 25-
Statijticall Lmndses
MNcLellan led the Lads Pats
kw iih nine kills and three blocks.
whilee S mai anthi Le i'. reei:.-
See, PREPS, Pg. 2B


Milton heats up the nets


SLady Pantliers win third in a row w' while Pace's slide coltinlles










-Sports




County teams to kickoff at home Friday


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
There are plenty of games to
choose from this Friday in
Santa Rosa County as Jay,
Milton, and Pace will all be
home.
For Jay (1-3) this will be
their first game at home for the
2006 season and it comes
against district foe Sneads (2-2).,
Jay got their first win of 2005
against Sneads in a thrilling 14-
13 decision on the road.:
Both teams are coming off
district losses as Sneads lost to
West Gadsden last Friday 10r3,
while Jay's 19-14 loss was
marred by six turnovers.
"They are not giving up
much or it was a defensively
tight game," said Bell.
Getting more production out


of his offense is a key to Bell
and the Royals, but both teams
this season have scored 53
points, while Sneads- has
allowed 72 points compared to
84 given up by the Royals
defensive unit.
"There have been some real-
ly tight games this season," said
Bell. "I hope the rest of the dis-
trict is as nip and tuck :and I
hope we can be in all of the
games."
Kickoff in Jay on Friday is
set for 7 p.m.
Speaking of kickoffs, festivi-
ties,got underway on Monday
for homecoming in Milton as
they prepare,to host Chocia%~ at
7:30 p.m. ,
Both teams .are no strangers
to each other as the Panthers (2-
2) are,looking to continue the


offensive output they showed
last week against Navarre.
Choctaw (1-3) has dropped
three straight after, a season
opening win over Gulf Breeze
24-21:
In one of their three losses is
a 28-10 decision against Pine
Forest.
"I expect this to be a typical
Choctaw' Milton ,, football
game," said M1Million,
"Choctaw is a huge and strong
team with good personnel.
"Choctaw will have the size
advantage over us."
Milton played well against
them in the kickoff classic in Ft.
Walton Beach at the start of the
season, but McMillion knows
his team will have toppick it up
a notch to deliver the knockout
blow. .


"We played them ,,ell in the
classic," said McMillion. "But
we, will have to pick it up a
notch here this week.
"Both teams have had, a
tough start to the season but this
game is what high school foot-
ball is all about."
The added twist McMillion
will have to contend with
Frida\ and all week long are the
homecoming activities.
:.Homecoming -is exciting."
said McMillion. "l hope the
players maintain their focus and
take the excitement of the week
and transfer it to the game."
At Pace the\ have put their
14 game regular season \\ inning
streak behind them and are
looking to start back at square
one as the\ host Washington 12-
S1) at 7:30 p.m.


Offensively the Patriots have
struggled, but Lindsey is confi-
dent his team will bounce back.
"We have got to play better,"
said Lindsey. "Our kids have
character and. I am confident
that character will show through
in practice this week as we pre- ,
pare for Washington."
Last season the Wildcats
took the Patriots to overtime
before Pace.eked out ai 27-20
win. .
. This season the Wildcats
appear to be stronger as their
only loss this season was a 24-
'21 decision against Escambia.
S"Washington is a real good
.,football team," said Lindsey.
"'TheN have a lot of players back
from last season and the\ are
\er. explo.sie.'


Milton coach Mike McMillion
hopes his Panthers can keep
things going against Choctaw..


Rings,

Continued From Page One
ing and emotion he expected.
"This is great," said Gindl as
he was lookirig at his ring. "I
hae been %waiting for this and it
seemed like it took forever.
' "This is something that I
dreamed about as a little kid.".,
Another person who
dreamed about this night was
former Patriot Matt Lewis,. who,
is currently enrolled at
Pensacola Junior College for
this semester as he looks at,
,some other options for the
spring semester.
"This is the best end of a
senior year you .can imagine."
�aid Lewis, who was also a



Panthers

Continued From Page One
'down conversions."
McMillion was also very
complementary of the new,
offense.put in by Navarre for
this season.
: "They , executed their
offense extremely well," said
McMillion. "But we were a
'little better at controlling the
.ball and tempo due to our run-
.ning game."
Milton's defense took the
Nwind out of the Raiders' sails
as did a couple of_ Panther
touchdowns including a 49
"yard run by quarterback
)ustin Land late in the third
quarter as the Panthers,
extendedd their lead to 31-7. -
The Panthers added anoth-
er score to start the final quar-
ter when Zack Powell busted
an from one yard out, to make


member of the Pace football
team. "To cap it off this way is
amazing..
"I didn't know this ring
would be so big."
Lewis and his teammates at
some point w ere hoping to get a
ring in football long before they
started looking at baseball.
But Lewis is not greed\.
"'\e had a great football sea-
son and it kept going from
there," said Lewis. "It would
have been nice \ith two rings.
but 'I am just as happy with
one."
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it 37-7 before the Raiders
scored two late touchdowns to
make it 37-21. "
'On the. final play of the
game Land took the football
55 yards for his second touch-
. down.
"I thought we ran the ball
very effectively," said
McMillion. "After the Pine
Forest game we challenge the
team and they responded on
both sides of the ball.
"(Friday) we had seven
different players carry the
football so they would stay
fresh mix things up for us."
Stats of the game were not
available, to the Press Gazette
as of press time.

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Pats


,Continmed From Page One
aged onl\ one first down in
the first half as the\ rush for'
minus one \ard on just nine
carries.
That came when the'
Bulldogs were called for off-
sides on second and one from
the Pace 29 \with just oier
tw\o minutes left in the first
quarter.
Other than that the Patriots
\were trying to get open %while
junior quarterback Patrick
Coogan was scrambling for
his life arid getting sacked
two times in the first half for
a loss of 21 yards.
"Our offense couldn't get
going tonight." said Lindse\.
"But I, have got to "watch the
film to' see what happened
there. " .
"We picked it 'up a little
better in the second half." <
Pace's lone points came
off the foot of Eric Martinez


%who kick a 25 \ard field goal
with just six seconds left.inl
the third quarter.
The thing missing the
entire evening -\as the breaks
the Patriots are accustomed to
getting during the course of a
football game.
"We haxe to play better to
get the breaks," said Lindse\.
"The better team doesn't get
the breaks the \ make the:
breaks.
"We have got to get better
which is something I ha\e
/said here sin.e day one and I.
feel these kids have the char-'
acter to bounce back from
this loss and play better."
On the evening Coogan
completed just'. eight, of 17
through the air for 47 yards
and tswo interceptions.
' The second of which was
returned 35 yards by Brett
Moore to make it 21-3 with


2:09 remaining in the


Jay


'Continued From Page One
ered by Ben Smith in the end
zone.,
Hendricks then called his
own number on a draw play on
a successful two-point conver-
sion to give the Royals a 14-13.
lead: .
A after Jay took the lead it was
back and forth with both' teams
unable to move the ball until
Wewa took over from their own
-19 follow in a Royals punt.'
The Gators would then score
when their quarterback Sean


Bierman threw up a pra' er on


third-and-11 from the J
and found a receiver in ti
zone.
Jay was held to just 17
yards offensively, whicl
concern to Bell.
"Offensively we are n
during very much," saic
i"We are not, scoring
enough.
"We also need to kee
defense off the field so
they can rest."


Story wrii
Bill Gamblin; Reac
ait sp i @ l %pi ';'s ' Ii.: t


after Jewell added the point
after.
The ground game wasn't
much better for Pace as the\
carried the ball 20 times for
32 yardss led by Bear Comer
, ho had 24 yards on seven
carries.


Drew Cumberland led all
receivers for Pace with 29
yards on four catches. three of
which came in 'the second
half.
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tered 10 digs and two service
iaces.. .
Tori Wheat was credited
with 10 assists.
Amber Brooks' added seven
digs, while McLellan and Katy
Neal added six each.
Pace (3-6 'and 1'-5 in District
:1-5A) has lost four straight
after starting the season 3-2.
Their only district win this
season came in late August at


game Crest% ie' . . .
In golf Pace handily defeat-
ed their opponents on Thursday.
Hale Millisap took the
medalist honors. at ,Hidden
Creek Golf Course in Navarre
lay 35 when she carded a 36 to lead
he end the Lady Patriots.
Milton's Tracy Zomes was
5 total next - ith a 41.
h is a One stroke behind Zornes
was Navarre's Skyler Pusch
ot pro- and Pace's April Thompson
d Bell. who both carded a 42.
nearly 'In the team standings Pace
scored 180 points to lead the
ep our way while Catholic edged
me so Navarre out for second 231 to
-233.
tten by Milton did not factor into the
ch-him team standings as they had only
ti.L('/. i two golfers compete.
Pace's Lauren Summers


carded a 43, Morgan Roberts.
was next with, a59 and Stacy-
Ranson posted a 63 to round
out the Lady Patriots' rounds.
Milton's other golfer,
Meredith Pastucha. posted a,
round of 50.
In boys action at Stonebrook
Parham Booker beat his team-
mates as lie carded a nine-hole
round of 36 to take medalist
honors and lead the Patriots to a
team victory , .
Booker's closest competitor
was teammate,' Tyler Klava
who carded at 38, w while Tanner.
Kasischke and Ben Er\in card-
ed 39's.
Jake Bradley was the fifth
golfer on the team who carded a
41.
The Patriots dominated 'the
team standings with a 152 fol-
lowed by Tate with a 178 and
Milton's 197.
Milton was led by Scott
Hardison's 42. 'Other scores for
the Panthers were Ben Ellis 488,
John Somerset 51, and Dayton
Hobbs who carded a 56.
'Jesse Simmons who com-
pleted nine holes w ith a score of
\41 led Tate.
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Saturday Morning
Youth Winter League
Oops Alley
September 16, 2006

High Game Men: Clayton
Gagliano,- 200
High Game Women:'n/a - n/a
High Game Team: Fudpuckers -
549
High Series Men: Clayton
Gagliano - 502
High Series Women: n/a - n/a
High Series Team: Fudpuckers -
1595

League Overall Standings: 1. The
, Eagles 7-1, 2. Fudpuckers 6-2, 3.
Patriots 6-2, 4. Raiders 3-5, 5.
A.C.T. 2-6, 6. Psycho 2-6.

Stonebrook Golf Club
Men's and Women's
Club Championship Winners
Men's DMsion
Club Champion: Frank Bell - 147
Senior Champion: Doug Harrison
-147
Super Senior Champion: Dan
Floyd- 152
Handicap Champion: Doyle
Patterson - 137
Women's Division
Club Champion: Bonnie Cook -
166
Senior Champion: Charlotte
Wheeler - 174
Super Senior Champion: Andy
Duchesne - 170
Handicap Champion: Melanie
Duvall - 147

Ladies Flight
Gross: 1. Bonnie Cook, 2. Andy


Duchesne, 3. Charlottte Wheeler,
4. Sue Colyer.
Net: 1. Melanie Duvall, 2. Gayle
Clifton, 3. Audrey Belanger and
Sara Nunn.
Championship Flight
Gross: 1. Frank Bell, 2. Steve Sims,
3. Dennis Knox, 4. Rusty Smith.
Net: 1. Danny Stout, 2. Mason
Kilgore and John Rogers, 4. Palmer
Scherf.
First Flight
Gross: 1. Doug Harrison, 2. Dan
Smith, 3. Sandy Farmer, 4. Bucky
Howle.
Net: 1. Michael Wheeler, 2. Randy
Hornsby and Larry Clemons, 4.
Chip Jones.
Second Flight
Gross: 1. L.V. Golson and Richard
Harper, 3. Lenny Boda, 4. Steve
Terrell.
Net:' 1. David Hinds, 2. Don
Horlander, 3. Troy Cueno and Bill
Linne.
Third Flight
Gross: 1. Dan Floyd, 2. Tom
McCrae, 3. Wayne McMurray, 4.
Tony Apap.
Net: 1. Roy Spalding, 2. Bill Yeager
and Irv Clifton, 4. Glenn Nunn.
Fourth Flight
Gross: 1. Doyle Patterson, 2. Paul
Geise, 3. Tom Couchman, 4. Ken
Dezarn.
Net: 1. Bob Quesinberry, 2. Scott
Hand, 3. Buck Lee, 4. Scott Gulsby.
Fifth Flight
Gross: 1. Bobby Henson, 2.
Robert Bissell, 3. Roy Raines, 4.
Bob Gentry.
Net: 1. Ralph Drexler, 2. Steve
Doncourt and Lester Watkins, 4.
Jack Wyatt.


The Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Wednesday, September 20, 2006


Page 2-B






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Tiebreaker can't do it again


y BILL GAMBLING
1G Sports Editor
Separation Saturday did
more that just shake up the
* college rankings across the
(and, it brought sdme parody
Ko the football contest.
'As you can see in the
graphic, with a minimum of
,0 games played the contest is
t ery close as one game in the
toss column was equal to two
,nd a half percentage points
which is all that separates the
top fioe in our contest fox the
WingV on the Go prize.
But our weekly prize was
just as competitive in week
four.
: When the crying was over
and the smoke cleared the best
-ecord on the %%eek was 7-3..�
Paul Hinson. Shawn Hill,
Jimnue Hood. Larry Gibson,
Fusty Jones. Mike Boddy, and:
Walter Starnes all led the pack
so we needed the tiebreaker
ence again.
SBut this week. we had an
even stranger t\k ist.
Southern California was


victorious over Nebraska, but
they couldn't roll up the
points as some had expected,
with the final total being just
38 points.
Walter Starnes predicted 37
total points, while Jimmie
Hood predicted 39 so both
will receive a share of the $25
weekly prize.
Other tiebreaker predic-
tions were Hinson with 56
points, Hill 52, Gibson 51,
Jones 55, and. Boddi 46."
The biggest upset of the
week on the cards seemed to
.be Crestview's in o er Pace,
while Michigan's.big win over
Notre Dame was just as big.
'Some of the other surprises ,
seemed to be Te\as, Chrtstian
o'er Te\as Tech, and Otegon
defeating Oklahoma
But looking at the cards it
seemed to be a tough \ eek for
e% eryone
Finishing one game off the
,pace at 6-4 for the %weekend-
were Donna Miller, Glenn
Chavers, Jerry Miller. L: nRae"
Johnson. Murra\ Ratlede.


Letha McCaskill., Judy
Hodges, F.C. Brake, Jr., Gray
Weaver, Don Musgrave,
Bryan Hathaway, and Henry
Swift.
Martin Brake, R.D.
Williams, Harold Henderson,
John Raley, David Bohannon,
Scott .Terry, Jeremy Brown,
and Noreen Hill finished at 5-
5.
At 4-6 were Martha
Chavers, Michelle Jobe .
Dewayne Queen, Gary
Upshaw, Jake McDonald,
Cody Martin. Carol
Daughter, and Keith-
Kirchharr.
Taking a huge hit at 3-7
were Ashley MlcWaters, Wade
Miller. Mark Hodges. Lance
Ezelle. Mal he%\ Brake. Berna
Faust, Neil MNcDonald. and
Joseph McDonald
Rulan Nlc\\ater., Dustiri
Luther. and Beck \ Jones fin-
ished the weekend at,2-8.
while Paul Tate carded a 1-9.
Leading the way for the top
prize for the overall season
totals is Sha\\n Hill \\ho has


predicted 80 percent of the
game correctly (32-8), while
Paul Hinson LynRae Johnson,
Jeremy Brown, and Henry
Swift are at 77.5 percent cor-
rectly (31-9).
Noreen Hill, Mike Boddy,
Jimmie Hood, and Don
Musgra\e are in the next pace
at 76.7 percent with overall
records, of 23-7.
Mark Hodges is next at 75*
percent with an overall mark
of 30-10.
To be eligible for the over-
all prize you must have pre-
dicted 30. df the 40 games so
far this season.
Deadline to * enter this
week's contest whichh features
Choctat at Milton for home-
coming. Washington at Pace,
Sneads at Ja\ for their home
opener just in the high school
games is b\ 5 p.m. on Fridti
or postmarked b\ September

Sto : s written by'
Bill Gamblin. Reach him
at sports '.stprtesstga.t.e .c icO


Season Leat

.Nare. - ' : Record P .,-. Gray Weaver
.Shaiwn nill.' 3- ' Martha haavers.
Paul Hinson 39 317 .5 Wade Miller
*lnRae lohnson 31'-9 77.5 Marun Brake
.Jeremry Browmn 31-9 77.5 Donna Miller
Henry Svirt 31-9 77.5 Ashle', McWater
Noreeh. Hill 23- 76.7 Carol Daughter',
�fike..Boddc 23-7 76.7. Michelle lobe
Jimmie.Hood. 23.7 , "6.7 Berna Faust -
Don. hsgrave. 23-7 76.7 Beck7 ones
Mark' Hidge-',s -.30-10 75 ' Those.,who
.. IterStarne. '22-8: 3.3 . the 30.game
.ohn Raley 1 28 ;'.3" Austin Worle\
Letha McCaskill 2911 29 ., 5 Ho\\ard.c\ann
"Kerih :Kirchh ar. 29 11 72:55 Scon Terr ,
Gar.v Lpshaxv --..29 , 7 '5- -Harold Hendersc
Bryan Hathawa' _.2)1 7-2. . Tlier. Bohannon
Rusty ones .8-.1 ,0..: David.Bohannor
Rulan McWateri 28 -12 ..70 D. ones
Muriai Rutledge 28-12 70, . Lance Ezelle
Glenn Chaver.s . 28-12 0, - .'Douglas Filrtert


De\\ayne Queen ',28 12 70
-Ronald Taylor -2.1 9 770
R.D,Williams 2 -9 '. 70
,Larr Gibson. 2,1-9 ' 70
F.CQ Brake, ]r. ' 237-13 .67,5
Neil: McDonald 20-10 66.7
Jerry ,Miller . 26-14 65


Judy Hodges
. Jo-eph McDonc
Jake oMcDonald
Cod'-Martin
Paul Ta'te
-, Myhew, Brake
Dustin Luther


lers
26-14 65
i9-11 63.3
1:5-15 62 5
25-15 62.5
24-16 60
s 24-16 60 .
1--13 56.7.
16-14 53.3
16-14 53.3
14-16 4-6.-
have not met
e-minimum.
16.4 80
8-2 . 80. �
14;6' 70 ,-
in 14.6, 70
7-3 7t0
n 13-7 65
13.- '65
12-8 '60
12-8 60
6-4 60
ald 11-9 55
4-6 40
4.6 40
7-13 35
3-7 30
5-15 25


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INSTRUCTIONS:
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Exciting happenings at Chumuckla United Methodist


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


The excitement starts on
Sunday morning with the addi-
tion of a Praise and Worship
service at 9:15 a.m. Greg
Blackman leads the upbeat
music with a short sermon by
our pastor Rev. Clive Knights.
This is followed by a
Fellowship Caf6 at 9:45 a.m.
and Sunday school beginning
at 10:00 a.m.
Our 11:00 a.m. service is
always exciting with great
music led by Billy Kimbrough.
We start the evenitig ser-
vices at 6:00 p.m. with Kidz
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choir.
Every Wednesday morning
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At 5:30 p.m. we have a won-
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Gospel Sin

Ebenezer
Assembly of God
Ebenezer Assembly of God
in Jay, Florida is holding a
singing on Saturday, September
23, 2006 at 7:00 p.m. featuring
the Harmonaires.
For more information call
675-0167.

Fidelis
Community Park
A gospel singing will be
held at Fidelis Community Park
on Saturday . September 23,
2006 beginning at 7:00 p.m.
Prior to that bar-b-que plates
will be sold at 5:00 p.m. for


Bible Study begins at 6:30 p.m.
Our After School program
started off bigger and better this
year with 19 students enrolled.
We are so blessed to have Lisa
Lassiter as our Director of the
After School program and our
Children and Youth programs
and activities. She has two very
capable employees; Tryllis
Kilpatrick and Patsy Ard.
We are training our second
class of Stephen Ministers. The
class consists of Greg and.
Elaine Joseph, Patsy Ard, Anita
Caraway, and Robin Barber.
This is a 20-week training and
Commissioning will ' be
.October 8th. With the addition
of 'these five we will have a
total of ten active Stephen
Ministers to give one on one'
Christian caring to hurting peo-
ple.
The addition of our BIC pro-
gram has been a blessing in that


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Gunn at (850) 675-1145.


we are reaching so many more
lonely and hurting people. The
program was started after
Donna Lee returned from
Stephen Leader training in St.
Louis, MO. The title comes
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Church phone number is 995-
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blessed.


Youth group holds car wash
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raising money for youth camp 2007. They 0
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* September 24 from 9:30 a.m.. to , ..
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AND RE-COMMIT"

First United Methodist Church of Milton has finalized
plans for it's annual Spiritual Enrichment Seminar. The
Seminar scheduled for September 24, 25, and 26, is offered by
the Nurture Committee of the church. The series of worship
.experiences are planned to help refresh and renew our spiri-
tual lives and to-re-commit our lives to Christ.
Dr. Jim Sanders. Sr. Pastor of First United Methodist
Church, Opelika, Alabama. \\ill be the guest preacher for all
Seminar, worship experiences. Dr. Sanders is an: excellent
preacher \with an outstanding career in the Alabama-West
Florida Annual Conference for 25 \ears. He has served as an
Associate Pastor at First United Methodist Church. Dothan,
Alabama: Sr. Pastor at First United Methodist Church, Troy,
Alabama; and Sr. Pastor at Gulf Shores United Methodist
Church, Gulf: Shores, Alabama. Dr. Sanders and his wife,
Sally, have two children.
Dr. Sanders will be the guest preacher at the following ser-
vices:
Sunday. September 24: 8:30 A.M.. 11:00 A.M.. 6:30 P.M.
Monda\. September 25: 6:30 P.M.
Tuesday. September 26: 6:30 P.M.
Milton's First United Methodist Church is located at 6830
Berryhill Street, in the heart of
Milton. Florida's Historic District. Guests are al\\a.s %\el-
come at Milton's FUNIC.


Dear Pastor Gallups, " I have read your articles bashing homo-
sexuals before. How can YOU be the judge of someone else's choice of
a legal lifestyle and sexual preference? "-NJ - Pace.
Dear NJ, - I have never "bashed" homosexuals. I have written to
the Biblical truth of homosexuality. In short, God's Word condemns
the lifestyle of homosexuality and pronounces eternal consequences
for such a lifestyle if it is not turned from. I am not the "judge" of any-
one's lifestyle, however, when asked questions about it, such as you
have here, then I must answer from a Biblical perspective. The Word
of God is the standard and God is the Judge.
I find it interesting that you would define homosexuality as a
"choice" and a "lifestyle". That has been my point from the beginning!
Homosexuality is a choice of a sinful lifestyle, NOT a genetic pre-pro-
gramming. Because it is a choice, the Bible makes it clear that God
holds us accountable for the choice we make. Also, NJ, just because a
culture declares something to be legal does not'necessarily make it
right with God!
Additionally. 'he homose ual lifestyle is \ery unhealthN! There
is an undeniably higher raie of youthful mortalitN and \enereai dis-
ease. per capital among the homosexual community than in the hetero-
se\ual community.
The homosexual lifestyle produces no offspring and therefore does
not add to or benefit the culture or the promulgation of the human
race. The homrose\al conimunit\ reports a much higher rate of sex-
ual "partners" over a lifetime .than does the heterosexual community.
Therefore there is a much lower level of lifetime commitment and'
satisfaction andi much higher level of disease and sexual problems.
Homosexuality is particularly unhealthy spiritually! The Bible
says, that homosexuality isshameful', an abomination unto God. and
that NO HOMOSEXUAL will inherit the Kingdoin of God. (See -
Leviticus 1S 22. 20- 13. Romans 1:24-27,1 Corinthians 6:9-10, just for
starters.)
Homose\ualir, is not on]\ devastating to people, relationships.
marriages, children. cultures and nations. it is a GAURANTEE.
according to the Bible that a person i'ill not get into heaven.
NI. a homosexual can repent of his her sin. turn to Jesus and ask
for forgiveness and be sated ,The) can become an e\-homosexual and
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MISJIo homecoming Queen JVominees


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- 2006


Amanda Marie Skaggs


Ashlee Riane Hamilton


Megan Ann Ryan Lindsey Nicole Ford


Cailynn Pendleton


Corey Diane Garrett


Lauren Noelle Cole Kaula Kasiana Price


Grace Ann LeBlanc


Julia Joan Youngblood


Jessica L. Rushing










Joslin Sharael Ellis


Natalie Nicole Holler


Parris Mona' Brewton


Sarah Ashley Urquhart


Sidney Chezarae Norton


Sierra Nicole Samuel


Sidney Morgan Rutledge


Class fepresentatiws


Kelsey Lee Gibson


Amanda Lee Barr


S. Mallory Lane Mucci


ig anther on Campus Jominees
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Adam Randall Alien










Michael Dale Hamel


Nathan Cordell Douglas


Allen John Delrosario


Mathew Clifford Chavers


Richard Dvane Lippert


Austin Tyler Owens


Keenan Frank Tillman


Tony Lamar Johnson


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Joshua Wayne Enfinger








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Cornelius Rayshawn Allen


Jeremy Stephen Holladay










Zachery Alan Conrad


Elliott William McCully









James Asa Mosley
James Asa Mosley


Zachery Chapmon Powell


Many activities are planned at Milton High School for the week of Homecoming. There are many club and class competitions. The class spirit competitions, penny wars and skit competitions are just
a few of the many activities planned for that week. On Tuesday, September 19th an event called Escapades will be in the gym at 6:30 p.m. Homecoming assembly will be on Thursday, September 2ist at
8:15 a.m. in the gym. On Friday, September 22nd, Homecoming Day, at 8:15 a.m. the Homecoming pep rally will showcase the winning class skits and crown the Big Panther on Campus.
The Homecoming Parade will begin at King Middle School at 12:50 p.m. It will travel south on Stewart Street, turn onto Sanders Street, then turn onto Byrom Street. It will then proceed to Raymond
Hobbs Street, and then back to Stewart Street. It will then turn onto Park Avenue and end in the south parking lot of Milton High School. Pre-gamre Activities begin at 7:00 p.m. At this time, there will be
an introduction of the 2006 Homecoming Candidates and class Representatives. During half-time, Melissa McMillion, last year's 2005 Homecoming Queen will crown the 2006 Homecoming Queen. The
student acting as host for this occasion is our Emcee, Miss Megan Mathews. Please make plans to come and join us as we celebrate "Homecoming 2006" at Milton High School.


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Homecoming Events

Sept. 21 Homecoming Assembly 1st period in gym
Homecoming Door competition begins at 8 a.m.
Students vote after assembly during 2nd period
Sept, 22 Last day to purchase tickets
Homecoming Pep Rally 8:35-10 a.m. in gym
Big Panther On Campus announced at pep rally
Parade begins at King Middle School at 12:50
MHS students dismissed for parade at 1:20 e
Pre-game 7:00 p.m. Go
Football Game Kick-off - 7:30
Sept. 23 Homecoming Dance 9:00 to 12'


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106 HOME BASED
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,.- (STEREO/TV/VCR)
830 MISC./SALE
832 MISC./WANTED
r.- 834 LOST MERCHANDISE
� TRANSPORTATION
902 AUTO SUPPLIES
904 CARS
906 BOATS
908 FARM EQUIPMENT
,, 910 MOTORCYCLES
" 912 MOTOR HOMES
914 RECREATIONAL
916 SPORTS UTILITY
VEHICLE
*' 918 TRUCKS
920 VANS
922 OTHER


Experienced servers and
staff. Interviewing
2PM - 4PM
Monday - Friday
623-3611


4,


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.


Sne rress uGazerie nas an imme--
diate opening for post-press
inserter. This position involves
putting the sections of the paper
together. Tuesday and Fridays
(10 a.m. to 5 p.m.) Call Jim
Fletcher Ca' 623-2120 or apply in
person.
The Pr si G.errne iis an Equal Opportimin
Emploi\er MidJ a drug-,r -, ii,,rAplact


dt e I
"A'r^*^^rip"


BORED? LADIES,
.BE-THE HOSTESS
OFAN EXCITING
LINGERIE PARTY,
AND RECEIVE
FREE GIFTS.
850-449-7592,OR,
850-910-0123
ESTATE SALE
Fr and Sat-Sept.
22nd and Sept
23rd.8am.to 3pm.
6506 Oakcrest
Road.Milton 32570
PEA RIDGE FIea
Market Table 7 & 8.
Kool sunglasses for
sale Best prices in
town!!' Also killer
deals on everyday
items!! Scupper-
knong grapes for
sale. Wante . to
mAake jelly p., ask
about volume dis-
counts on end of
season crop!!! Calj
982-7355 -
TRI COUNTY Com-
munity Council has
moved .it's office
from 5576 Caroline
Street to 6860 Caro-
line Street Suite 6,
across from the
Courthouse. Call
981-0036


OVERHEAD DOOR
COMPANY
is now hiring for Overhead Door
Installers. Good pay and. benefits,'
Experienced and Beginner,
positions available.
983-2520


**LAND AUCTION"
200 Props Must be
Sold!**
Low Down/E-Z Fi-
nancing. Free Cala-
log .-18001937-1603'
www.LANDAU- .
CTION.com NRLL
,East, LLC, Aucnon
Bus.
License:AB250,9,
Mark Bulziuk Auc-
tioneer
License:AU3448, .
Jeff Johnston Auc-
tiorneer
License:AU3449,
Stacey Mauk Auc-
tioneer
License.AU 34-47


102
' Drivers
DRIVER
DEDICATED RE-
GIONAL Guaran-
teed Home EVERY
Wkend! Avg. $725 -
$1025/wk 65% pre-
loaded/pretarped
Mobile. AL Terminal
CDL-A required
877-428-5627
ww* cidrivers.com


102
Drivers
DRIVER-
DEDICATED
ACCOUNT
OPENING.
Tango Transpon
Dedicated Services
is now hiring for the
Standard Furniture
Account. Start at 40
cpm New Conven-
lionals. Home week-
ends Family Medi-
cal/Denral 401k
CDL-A w,'18 months
OTR exp req'd Call
877-826-4605 EOE
DRIVERS-FLATBED
$1700
Sign on Bonus,
* AL, GA, & FL Dis-.
patch
Home Weekends
GUARANTEED
' Earn ULp i 39c.rm,
BCBS ins *e.i, l . ai.
Dental & Vision, Co.
Match 401k in 90 days,
50% Pre-lc.aled &
Tarped Loads
t.luil be ai ieait 23 ys
c:id 8 1 yr OTR Flatbed
SExp.
SUNBELT TRANSPORT
Call Herb:
1-800-494-8471
e cw PailnoiTrans.corri


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


4


RN'S and LPN'S Needed
Immediately
%Iin h OSpiial expe6ri6ncee
'Daily Inslant Pay 'Direct Deposit
S"401K 'Flexible Schedules
'RN & LPN Contract Available
6400 N. Davis Hwy, Suite 5
Pensacola, FL 32504
(850)857-7797 (850)857-7880


102
Drivers


GULF COAST.
REGIONAL
TRACTOR.TRAILER
DRIVER
S"CDL
S'Clean MVR
'Fork Litt experience.
'40 cents per mile
plus drop off
"Home at night

Call: 850-626-8578

DELIVERY
DRIVER
Class "A" CDL Driver
with clear ardr.ir
recnid r.eeded IOr
convenience store
deliveries. Mon.- Fri.
Scheduled Routes.
MuSi re cusiornei
otriuie- Drug Freet
Company Appi, ir.
pezi .ri Te . H T
Hackney co 20:01
W. Governmeri Si


104
General Help
DRIVER TRAINEES
NEEDED NOW!!!
Werner needs entry-
level semi drivers.
No exp. required
Avg. $36k+ 1st yr!
60% home,
nightiy.'weekly. CDL
training in your area.
1-866-280-5309 ,:
FULL-CHARGE
BOOKKEEPER
Part-time in Pace.
Hours flexible must
know payroll and
general ledger. In-
come Tax knowl-
edge a plus. Excel-
lent Pay.
Fax resume to:
(850)995-8849
HELP WANTED
Experienced weight
loss control, counse-
lor. Call for an ap-
pointment. 994-6840,
HELP WANTED
Roof Leak Repair
Specialisl
Pay pending experi-
ence Send work ex-
perience inio to:
Leakmater
PO Box 842 ,
Milton, FL 32572-
0842
NOW HIRING
Experienced servers
and stall Interview-
ing 2pm - 4pm, Mon-
day through Friday.
623-3611


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



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


computer instructor 10o ieacn ine
blindvisuaily impaired in Santa Rosa
Okaloosa, and Wallon Counties. $13 00 per
hour with benefits AS Degree or equivalent
certi.ica on required Fax resume to:
1850)479-4025 or mail to - Independence
lor the Blind
1302 Dunmire St.
Pensacola, FL 32504
by October 6 2006.
Include a Cover Letter.
See Web Sile for details at.
"www iowesi.org"


WA~IpeiW55Ii


JOB OPENINGS:
A valid Florida LPN license required.
Position located in Millon.
F/T-7am-3pm Job # 10106
� . F/T-llpm-7am Job#10108
F,'T-Flex Float-Hours: Various/Rotating
Job#10136
Relief/On call-Various shihs.
5500 Stewart Sireet
Milton, FL


104
General Help
YARD HELP for
Landscape Supply
business. Good, val-
id drivers license &
forklih experience a
plus. Monday-Friday
8-5, Saturdays 8-12.
Call 850-626-8578

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114
Medical
HELP WANTED
Prison Health Serv-
ices needs LPN's or
CMIA's. FT. i2nr,
snifs. with excellent
Oenemns Please call
Deobie at 850-983-
1131 or Sheree at
850-689-7942
RUN'S & LPN'S
Needed Immedisleiv
(with hospital experi-
ence)
*Daily Instant Pay
"Direci Deposil
"401 K Flexible
Scneaules Rn &
LPN Coniraci AvaIl-
aole
Swannee Medical
Personnel
6400 N Daviw Hw*.,.
Sulle 5.
Pernsacola.F.L 3204
1850> 857-779?7
i&50i857-7800-lax


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classified
ad today.
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SANTA ROSA COUNTY
GOI VERNAMENT
Accepting applications for the folio wing

* Office Assistant
* Horticultural Technician
*Additional employment opportunities
online

Apply online at vwww.santarosa.fl.gov,
or visit Santa Rosa County Human
Resources,
6495 Carbline Street, Suite H, Milton,
FL,
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124
Sales &
Telemarketing

LIBERTY
NATIONAL
Life Insurance Co
Is expanding its
operation and is
looking for people
to till insurance
sales & service
positions. Average
annual earnings
*$48.554. Fringe
benefit package:
2 retirement funds.
health insurance,
paid vacation.
convention trips &
many others.
.No experience
necessary. We
have on the job '
training. Contact
Jonaihan Jones at:
983-7576 or
Fax
resumeto:
850-682-1523
Liberty National
is an EOE
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126
Skills/Trade
CUSTOM DESIGN
Interiors
Now hiring-top pay'
General Laborer
Metal Polisher
Aluminum & S. Steel
Welder
Call: 850-995-4544


128
Positions W
HARD WO
cleaning
needed long
growing c
business. Ca
1785


315
/anted Business Services
IRKING ANN BARNHILL
person TRUCKING
term [or Dirt Work, Fill Dirt,
,leaning Crushdd Asphalt,
all 994- Brown Dirt, Lime-
stone, Driveways,
Culverts & Mobile
Homes Pads.
Call for nnce:


310
Business
Opportunities
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Stress? Do you
need"extra cash?
Try the Doctor's
Chocolate, a luxury
Gourmet chocolate
that is known to RE-
DUCE STRESS and
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sugar cravings.
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(850) 623-3461
(850) 232-0670.
Free Estimates!'

ANTHONY'S
COMPLETE
House Cleaning
Licensed, Bonded
and insured.
Free Estimates
.850-777-7157 -
ARTIE KELLER,
STUCCO. Licensed
and Insured. Con-
ventional and Syn-
thetic Systems. No
job to big nor to
small. Call 698-8327
or 626-9164.
D&D REMODELING
INC. General Con-
tractor All Types
Home Maintenance:
Roofs to Floors,
Renovalions, Decks,
Tile. Plumbing. Etc.
Evictions, .Move-
Outs. Construction
Cleaning, Pressure
Wasning, Painting,
Tree work, & Etc.
Locally owned.
FREE ESTIMATES.
Lic.-4710-0037952
CELL#261-1173
CELL#261-3598


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,,.Io3BAPTI ST
J ay Hospital,
RN's- Full-time & Part-time positions. Florida License required. Rn in
ER Department. ACLS and PALS preferred.

Radiology Technologist- Graduate of accredited ARRT program or
registry eligible. HRS operator. Day shift. Must have excellent patient
care skills and good communication SkillS

Physical Therapy Assistant - Full-time, Must have PTA License to
treat physical therapy out patient & acute care. Administer therapy treat-
ments as directed by PT. Sign on Bonus!

Swing Bed Coordinator - HS graduate, CPR certified. Full-time. CPR
certified. Current CNA license. Abilirv to work eliciently and effectively
with other healthcare learn members.

Technical Assistant (Phlebotomist) - FT, HSIGED Phlebotomy cerli-
fication preferred. Must be proficient in Phlebotomy. Data entry, excel-
* : .T^ lent telephone etiquette and customer service skills required.

Jay Hospital offers and excellent benefit package- Applicants inter-
* * ested please contact Wendy Covert in Hurrman Resources al 850-675.
8069, or fax application to 850-675-8173 or email to
S, wcover4'bncpns.org or apply in person t Jay Hospital 14114 Alabama
o Street, Jay Florida.


Now Hiring! EDUCATION SERVICES
ADMINiSTRATIVE ASSISTANT
The leading shrjorl bu. ranspr.riatin .npan, nhas an "
irmTiedliate career ,.-pp-,rtunr, ti-r an �,dinn,;trEt,%e Asitant inr,


the Navarre area.
Qualifications
* High school diploma or
equivalent preferred
* 3 to 5 years executive
secretarial or administrative
experience
, Typing (60 wpm) and
Iracrrripi;cr :i.iil srorny
working knowledge of
Microsoft Office
* Ability to work independently
* High level of detail orientation
* Excellent
communications/customer
service , llr. l,


Responsibilities
* Compose adminristialve
rorrespondencer.
rand epuorlt
* Researj,'h and prepare ,pe ,1I
proiecis
* Handle routine clerical,
telecommunications and office
functions r
* Maintain reports, updates and
summaries


Competitive salary and excellent benefits package

Call Bob Williams at
Milton
850.983.5100
Navarre f

850.936.6004
or apply in person at
6544 Firehouse Road


JOB


315
Business Services
ARTIE KELLER
STUCCO. Licensed'
and Insured. Con-
ventional and Syn-
thetic Systems. No
job too .big nor to
small. Call 698-8327
or 626-9164.
B & B HOME
IMPROVEMENTS
25 years experience.
Free estimates-
Licensed & Insurea
Call anytime'
(850) 981-3936
"No lob too small!
BELINDA'S
CLEANING Service
You make ihe
mess....we do the
rest!
Please Call: 206-
* 6763

BORDER TO Bor-
der Fence and Deck
Company. All, types
of fencing installed
,and repaired. Spe-
cializing in privacy
fencing and wooden
decks. Our privacy
fences are bull with
SCREWS. Free Es-
timates. 485-2532.
BROWN'S HAUL-
ING, INC.
Land clearing
Dirt work"
Free Estimates
,Brown iIll or clay
$16000 per load in
the Milton area.
850-983-1590 office.
850-554-3507 cell
DAN'S TRACTOR
works. Licensed and
insured. Bush-hog-
ging. Discing. Front-
end loading. Debris
removal. Dan Fran-
cisco, owner. Cell
(850) 529-8718
Home (850) 623-
8697


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
* Cerliled mi'anut3ar [urer[ rarin'.i program',;
* ASE certificae bonuij plair
* Full-year (52 weeks) employment
* And more!
Call Richard Henry at
Milton 850.983.5100 ,
Navarre 850.936.6004
or apply in person a[
6544 Firehouse Road


FAIR


FEATURING
PRODUCTION,CALL CENTER, CLERICAL,
CUSTOMER SERVICE, TRANSPORTATION,
HOSPITALITY, MEDICAL,TECHNICAL
& more!!
Local & Regional Employers ready to hire!!


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.Thursday Sept 21 st
9 am --3pm
ESCAROSA CAREER CENTER
3670 -A North L Street
Behind Town & Country Plaza
Sponsored by:
Escarosa Career Centers
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BRING YOUR RESUME
Pensacola Century Milton
Phone: (850) 595-5200 Phone: (850) 256-6250 Phone: (850) 983-5325
Fax: (850) 595-5249 Fax: (850) 256-6255 Fax: (850) 983-5330
An A"rmet Mv Acdve E quat OCporetunity tnp aoyra Prarwn AuxllaoyAfdc afnd s evcnas ar avalatMle upton request to indtvdua/s -ttf daabt ltea.


315
Business Services
DOUBLE "B" Land
Clearing. Backhoe
Work. Licensed and
Insured. Bryen Bal-
lard. (850)994-5740
or (850)232-1581'.
GRANNY & NANNY
Old Fashioned
house cleaning with
old fashioned prices.
983-7394
HANDYMAN SERVICES
*DOORS
*WINDOWS
'SMALL HOME RE-
PAIR
FREE ESTIMATES
ROBERT WARNER.
850-393-2032
LACEY FENCING &
Decking,INC. serv-
ices include fencing,
decking, and marine
construction.li-
censed & insured
� ALL WORK GUAR-
ANTEED. Call us to-
day for a free esti-
mate (850) 623-
2541.
LOCAL HOME Re-
pair. Paint, drywall,
trim & tile Fence re'-
pair & installation.
10 years experi-
ence. Contact Paul
McMullen 850-723-
9767.

MIKE KAYLOR
Cement Mason
. Patios
'Walks
*Dnveways
Free esimrrates.
no job too small.
Ouality work at
affordable prices.
994-0897.

MOVE 4 LESS
REALTY
Sell your home for
$2995. We do it all
!we simply , charge
less! J. Scott Terry
686-2620 or
Shawna Carpenter
850-450-4091
Ask about our Buy-
ers Bonus Program.

NEW HOPE PAINT-
ING & WALLPA-
PERING 4Drywall
repairs & patchwork
*Pressure cleaning
(homes decks, pa-
tios, driveways &
sidewalksi *Carpen-
try work (crown'
molding, paneling,
trim base & case, in-
stall cabinets & build
decks) Residential.
SInterior/Exterior.
Family owned busi-
ness, over 30.years.
Call The Ericksens
today! 850)723-
2550 or 623-6034
NO TIME or energy
to cook? Call me!!!
Healthy home
,cooked meals, by
Christian. Certified
Nutritionist. 626-
6367 ask for Mary


Divorce'108,Adoption'80
Name Change 55
FREE Typing, Call for
Worksheet (850) 434-7524
18511N. "W L. ' T
,I hlk.N...f Fita Njrktl

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


-315
Business Services
SPICER POOLS
Vinyl liner replace-
ment, repairs,
pumps, filters, etc
Over 30 years expe-
rience. Licensed,
free estimates.
Call 623-4952 or
512-7211
STUMP-EASE
STUMP GRINDING
Most removals $35'
Discount for multiple
removals & Back-
yard accessible.
Local Contractor
Retired USN
Licensed & Insured
232-8746
THE SCREEN MAN
Window Screen on
Site; Repair or Re-
placement,.
995-0719
Cell: 637-5611
Free Estimates
TUTORING FOR
READING Grades
Pre-K through 7th.
Master's in reading.
Call: 221-0718.
320
Child Care
BABYSITTING IN
my home from 6m-
6pm, Hamilton
Bridge Road area.
623-8230 or 712-
21.27
CHILD CARE in my
home in Milton. All
ages. Please call
Valerie:
983-8043.-
NEW DAY care
in East Milton has
openings for all
ages. Fun and edu-
cational environment
after care welcome.
ENE school district.
Call 626-9844
REGISTERED
HOME Day Care
has openings for
newborns to 5. Af-
fordable rates in
Pace area.
994-2354
WANTED
PRE-SCHOOL
TEACHERS
With 45. hours of
ChildCare Training,
Certificates or CDA
preferred but not
neccesary.
Now accepting Child
Care Vouchers.For
further Informalion
Contact Tender
Heart Learning
Center at:
626-0117
325
Domestic
DEPENDABLE
HOUSEKEEPER
Seeking additional
clients. Over 15
years of experience!
References avail.
upon request.
Call: 994-6236

WOULD YOU enjoy,
having your house-
cleaned and a meal
cooked once a week
or more?
* Call: 206-4248

345
Lawn Care

ALL TYPES of yard
work at your con-
venience. Mowing,
edging, hauling of
small debris and
more. All work at
reasonable rates.
Call 626-9604 If no
answer leave a
message


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

Qualifications Benefits
* Minimum high school * Medical/dental with company
diploma contribution
* Management and charter * Voluntary vision plan
solicitation experience * 401(k) with company match
* Strong verbal and written * Company-paid life/accidental
... n .,r.,:-,-,i- . Ill. death insurance
* Strong customer service skills * Company-paid short-term disability
insurance

urn ' -,ri, I,, upI n-- T ,h


il. * *lh it i-i ,-
Milton
850.983.5100
Navarre
S 850.936.6004

6544 Firehouse Road


345
Lawn Care

CLARK'S LAWN
CARE General
Maintenance & All
Types of Tractor
Work - Licensed &
Insured. Call: Mike
Clark at 626-2428
PAGE'S TREE
Service. Trim, cut &
remove. Call, 626-
2159 (if no answer,
please leave message)
Firewood $50. a
load and up.

Jon & Deb


Casey's

Nursery

.Super Specials

igal Caladiums 2/$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)

850-623-8109'
Bring Ad for
10%ff
all other items I


360
Miscellaneous
WANTED ALUMI-
NUM, brass, copper
cash pd. will pick up.-
626-8406




402
Apartments
FOR RENT .
Milton- very nice
2/BR 2/BA duplex
for rent. Completely
remodeled, has fire-
place. Aprox 1300,
square foot. Very
nice area. $700/mth
$700/depo.sit.
995-4335
MILTON 2BD/1BA
no pets. $645/$645
Call 995-4831
/PACE 4PLEX
2 BD/1BA, all c/t,
stove, frig, & d/w,
cathedral ceilings,
large yard, & shed
w/elect. Non-smok-
ing. $600/month,
626-2928
404
Commercial
700 SQ FT Com-
mercial space near
Winn-Dixie corner of
Park Ave / Hwy 89/
$675 a month.
850-384-6194
COMMERICAL OF-
FICE building for
rent, Dr's Park in
Milton. $2,500 a
month $2,500 de-
posit. 850-255-3889
FOR RENT
Garage - 1500 sq. ft.
2 bays, 1 lift on 1/2
acre. Large com-
pressor, 1 block off
. Hwy 90. 626-7612
or 686-0090
GULF BREEZE
Commercial space
for lease in very
busy shopping cen-
ter. 1500 square foot
Great location with a
variety of different
businesses.
995-4335
MILTON OFFICE
and warehouse for
rent off Stewart
Street $600 a month
$600 deposit. 850-
255-3889
MILTON/COMMERICAL
OFFICE space for
rent: Aprox 2000
square foot on Stew-
art Street in Milton.
Perfect for Profes-
sional Office Space.
Very nice and clean.
$900/mth $900/de-


posit. 995-4335
OFFICE SPACE
FOR LEASE
6061 Dr's Park,
1,800 sf, newly ren-
ovated. 623-5618
406
Homes
RENTALS 2 to 3 BR
in Jay, Milton and
Pace. $400 to $650
per month. Call:
994-5703


406
Homes
2 BEDROOM 1 bath
home, Historical Mil-
ton near riverwalk.
References
required.
Phone # 255-3437
* 2BR/1BA
CH &AC
New Carpet!
Water, Sewer, Gar-
bage Included.!
$475./$450. ,
Triplex-Dearborn:&
Peachtree in Milton
1 block off Stewart
(center apartment
facing Dearborn)
Drive by, then leaVe
message. !
Call: 712-7513:
3 BD/2BA Newly re-
modeled, central
heat and air, carport,
excellent location,
near, elementary
schools. $850
month
$500 deposit
623-9553
3BD 2BA 1 month
old house $1050 a
month. 626-3388:

Waterfront 2 story
house with boat 'lift,
newly remodeled,
$1500 a month.
626-
3388

AVAILABLE NOW
Centrally located
clean brick home.
Three bedroom, one
bath, C H/A, stove &
refrigerator. Fenced
backyard. Rent
$725 Deposit $500
First and last month.
(850) 981-969$
FORRENT

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

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

Santa Rosa Realty
623-0077
FOR RENT
3/BR 1/BA, fresh
paint, new kitchen
cabinets, new appli-
ances, new air,
fenced backyard.
$850cmo $850ide-
posit. Call850-293-
6559
FOR RENT
3000 sq. ft, 4 bed-
room, Office, 3 full
baths, new applian-
ces, new carpet, in-
ground pool. Immac-
ulate condition.
Great neighborhood.
At $1,300 per month
this wont last long.
478-3725

FOR RENT
Milton - Nice 4YBR
2/BA home. Close to
High School and in
very nice area.
$900/mth $900/de-
posit. 995-4335
FOR RENT
Near Whiting
Brand New
Never Lived In
3bd/2ba/1 garage
1100 Sq. Feet.
$880 a month
Contact 529-0429
Sheffield &
Associates

FOR RENT
New Adams Home
in Pace. 4/BR 2/BA,
2-car garage, formal
living and dining
rooms, great room,
breakfast area, front
porch. 5327 Willow
Oak Dr. (off East
Spencer Field)
$1300mo. plus de-
posit. Call:
(850)642-2121.
HOME FOR Rent
Milton 1bd/1ba Du-
plex 1 Block West of
Milton Courthouse
5189 Santa Rosa St
$390/$390
Call:02514275
384-4361
HOME FOR Rent
Waterfront 3bd/3ba,
family room with fire-
place, Central Heat
& Air, large shaded
yard. $1,200 a
month. Call 450-
9201 or 450-1008


HOUSE FOR Rent
Berryhill Road
3bd/2ba, privacy
fence, 8x8 shed,
built 2005, approx.
1100 sq. ft. $895 a
month. Junction Re-
alty 626-7675 or
572-7486
HOUSE FOR rent in
Pace 3bd/1.5 ba,
large yard, nice area
$850 month $850
deposit. 850-255-
3889


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406
Homes
MILTON, 2BR/1BA,
Complete renova-
tion, washer, dryer,
refrigerator.One
block from boat
ramp, elementary
school $725/mo
$725 deposit 850-
983-9061-
PACE 3BD/2BA
Newer doublewlde,
very clean, w/d
hookup, partially
fenced. 2 decks,
1 .1 1 non , '
smoking, $700 a
month/with early
,payment
discount.$700 de-
posit.i Call: 623-8628
PEA RIDGE Area
3bd/2ba 1,400 sq ft
. ice house. $900'
deposit, $900 a
* month. Credit
Checks. Carter On-
vestments of North-
west Florida, Inc.
994-4008
408
Land

LAND FOR SALE
Refer to
Classification
#510
NOW SELLING!
Stafford Farm Sub-
division in Chumuck-
la 1-1.5 acre lots, re-
stricted, curb/gutter,
underground utilit-
ies. $45,000 per lot
& up. Call Kim 994-
4852/393-6042.
410
Mobile Homes
2/BR 1/BA off Ava-
lon in Park.
Water/garbage fur-
nished $435/mth
$200/deposit. No
Pets. 994-791.8
Baycrest Realty

FOR RENT
2/BR 1/BA Mobile
Home $400mth
dep.& ref. Call:
850-537-6222 or
850-499-7412.
FOR RENT
*3BD 1 .5 Bath, all
electric, washer and
dryer hookup. i0x14
deck, no pels. Irash
" included.
$525 a mpnih $500
deposit
Call: 623-1601
FOR RENT
Clean 2/1 Mobile
Home, partly fur-
nished. Water/gar-
bage included. No
Pets. $425/mth
$300/deposit.
850-675-6614
FOR RENT
Very Nice 2/2, pri-
vate lot, located
south of Milion, No
Pets. $550,mlh
$450/security de-
posit. Call: 994-6802
FOR RENT
Very nice 2/BR 2/BA
Mobile Home
$550/mlh $300/se-
cunty deposit. Credit
Check 623-8565.
IN NORTH MILTON'
2/BR 1/BA on pri-
vale lot. Total Elec-
tic. $500/mth
$250,'deposil. Nol
Pets. 994-7918
Baycrest Realty

MARLBORO
VILLAGE
2bd/1ba, deck,
washer/dryer hook-
up. $400/$400.
Call:723-2532
NICE, QUIET, clean
park. Rent includes
water, garbage,
lawn service. Two
2/br 2/ba, no pets.
$450/mo. & 3/br
2/ba $550/mo.
698-4582
Bruce Lane, Milton.

WEST MILTON
3bd/2ba 14x80 5105
Ridgeway Blvd. To-
tal Electric.
$625/$300. No Pets.
Baycrest Realty
994-7918

414
Roommates
Wanted
ROOMMATE
WANTED


Mature roommate
needed. Waterfront
property In Pensaco.
la. Near Navy Base,
10 minutes from
Perdido Key Beach-
es. $450 security
deposit, $450 rent,
needed on or before
9/5/06, Call 626-
8959 or 877-6787

ROOMMATE
NEEDED, Miltor
850-449-4070


414
Roommates
Wanted
ROOMMATE
WANTED
to share apartment.
994-2715
ROOMMATE
WANTED, Milton, all
utilities cable, $375
a month. 261-8711

416,
Vacation & Resort
VACATION RENT-
AL Navarre Beach
1-bedroom town-,
house - sleeps 4 -,
completely furnished
- pool soundside -
walk to the beach &
Gulf. Best rate on
beach. $600 wkly or
$295/week-end.
Call 623-9553.





452
Apartments




The All New!
Jay

Apartments
FRLL IEN, i'il 0ONE, IW NIJ
AV.ILABLL ut (

850-983-6995





504
Commercial
1.5 ACCorner Lot
Hwy 98 Zoned HCD
Gulf Breeze
S $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
SHCD Milton
$7,500,000

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

RE/MAX Total
Properties 850-936-
7771
2 COMMERCIAL
BUILDINGS
FOR RENT
Good location in
Milton. Call:
623-5500
506
Homes
2BD/1BA NICE,
clean and quiet. All
utilities furnished.
Pace area, no pets.
Call 995-1717

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

the Bay- Garcon
Point $250,000
Waterfront Lot

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

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

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

BRAND NEW,
3BD/2BA . home,
brand new sub divi-
sion $149,900,. Flori-
da Coast Reality,
two to choose from
850-225-9899
EAST MILTON
MLS#307964, 21/2
high and dry acres,
1996 Palm Harbor
Manufactured
Home. 2250 square
feet, 4/3 excellent
condition, $129,500,
fenced pasture.
bring horses,com-
munity water, well,
paved road, Howard
ERA Bill Wallace
Realty, 850-450-
4104 or
850-983-3475
MAKE OFFER
EAST MILTON
Own for less than
you can rent, 1 yr.,
new 4/BR on 1 acre
with all appliances
and over size ga-
rage. 5 minutes to
110. Holley Proper-
ties. $ 179,900 Call
VA Financing Avail-
able With Lease Op-
tion. Call: Tom:
449-2983
Owner/Agent
FSBO, 5524 Cyana-
mid Road, Millon,
$129,000.00. Seller
will pay up to $4,000.
in Buyers , Closing
Costs, or Pre-Paid
Fees. Brick, 1200
sq. ft. 90.75 x 160
Lot. A/C Unit, Lami-
nate Wood Floors,
Ceramic Tile, Ceiling
Fans, Light Fixtures,
Wood Blinds, Wall
Paint, Roof & Wood
Porch-All new in mid
'2005. Side by Side
Ref., Smooth Top
Stove & Dishwasher
included! Must Sell!
(850)982-8392
HOUSE FOR SALE
with 5 acres and a
barn. 3 bd/2 bath.
Very spacious.
Wooden and tile
floors, except in
bedrooms which
are carpeted.Beauti-
ful landscaping, with
sprinkler system and
well. Much more to
see, Must See to
believe. $259,000
Call: 623-0660 or
207-1163


506
Homes
NEWLY
REMODLED
3BD/BA Waterfront
Home for Lease.
$1200 Security.
Call 626-3388

5110
Land
5 ACRES fenced
pasture for sale.
Located off Munson
Hwy, Indian Ford
Rd. Close to' Cold,
Water Creek.
$90,000 957-8784
or 554-5237
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 ao, Hwy 89
North. of Milton, Re-
stricted. Call 850-
516-4377
512
Mobile Homes
FOR SALE
1997 Fleetwood Mo-
bile home, 2/_BR
2/BA. 14 x 70, cov-
ered porch, shed, vi-
nyl siaing, central
heat'air. All applian-
ces stay. Excellent
condition must sell
immediately Ridge-
way Blvd. Milton.
reduced to $29,900
Call:983-9316.
FOR SALE
Very nice 14 x70
Mobile Home 2/BR
2/tull balhs, stove.'
refrigerator. new
clothes'dryer, chest
freezer, 2 large patio
deck porches. Cov-
ered patio awning.
skirting - like new
central heat/ac Pace
area. $10.500 obo
479-9252
MOBILE HOME For
Sale
2000 Horton 16x80
on 3.75 ac. very
nice. located in Har-
old $94,900
850-723-3765

SECLUDED 6
ACRES NE ol
Milton - 10 minutes
from BlacKwater
Slale Park
Two 1999 Palm
Harbor modular
homes. 3BR. 2BA,
fronLback porch
on botn. shop,
storage, fully
stocked lish pond
4 acres fenced
pasture beautiful
family homesite
Must sell for
medical reasons
$300,000 for ail
Call:
(850) 957-8784 or
(850) 554-5237


S 514
Vacation & Resort
COAST TO COAST
Campground mem-
bership - home park
sunset King Lake
Resort, DeFuniak
Springs, Florida, on
sale $2000. Call
Mrs. Putt
(850)994-9875


514
Vacation & Res
Howard Head
LATE SUMI
Discounts and i
Golfl Dale E Pe
son Vacations,
arre, Okaloosa
land, Destin, So
Walton, Pans
City. www.destl
so6rt.com (800)
9669.
m'


706
Livestock Supplies
FOR SALE
Combination Stock
Trailer - 1988 Circle
J, 10,000GVW, ex-
cellent condition.
$3,250.
850-529-7996
708
Pets
AKC LAB Choco-
late male 3 years
Free to Good Home.
and CKC female
white lab free to
good home.
994-4008.

AMERICAN
BULLDOG PUPPY
Beautiful.
Will be 1001bs plus.
$50 to a good home
only, 983-1469 or
748-3796
BEAUTIFUL MEDI-
UM hair sealpoint, 1
year old female cat.
Free to good home
Call; 994-8241
FREE TO good
home
Black female Lab -
spayed. White fe-
male Lab, mixed.
623-6602
MINIATURE
DASCHUND
puppies, parents on
site. Black, tan and
red. Available 9/27
$250 Call 623-1719

/'


710
Pet Supplies
2 HORSE Trailer,
needs work, $400
obo. Call after 1pm
623-2568
712
Lost & Found
PETS
LOST HORSE
Last seen 3 weeks
ago in Bagoad area.
Light tan with spot-
led rear. 981-5444
LOST PET
Small Jet Russell &
Chihuahua mix.
Black,'brown/while
Last seen August 29
East Millon area
near airpon
981-0008

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


1,t40 Sq.Fft. Po5 ricf


* Cathedral Geiling in Great Hoom
* Spacious Kitchen & Dining Area with custom cabinets
* Architectural Shingles * Vinyl Exterior Trim
* Luxury Marble Vanity Tops
* Garden Tub and Shower
* Ceiling Fans in all Bedroom and Great Room
- Walk-in Closets in Bedrooms


Visit our website www,steelehomes.cc


Baths
Bellehaven I
Chadwick 2
Siralford 2
Norwood 2
Mayfair 2
Diplomat 2
Hampton 2
Gemini 2
lngleWood. 2
Ambassador 2
York 2
Oxford 2
Lexington 2
Lexington 4 BR 2
Pinebrook (Signaturo'Series)2
Fleetwood 2
Kingston (Signature Series) 2
Executive 2 1/2
Regency (Signature Series) 3
2 Bedroom Duplex 2 (1 e
3 Bedroom Duplex 4 (2 e


Sq. Ft. Price
1040 67,800
1149 70,900
1257 78,400
1341 83,000
1418 83,900
1510 86,800
1525 88,100
1579 90,600
1586 98,100
1610 91,200
1622 95,000
1713 97,300
1812 101,300
1812 101,700
1833 116,600
1949 108,400
2129 131,300
2215 126,300
2495 155,00 0
ach unit) 1740 117,600
ach unit) 2062 135,800


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AND COMPANY, INCORPORATED
.... ...n 6705 N. Pensacola Blvd. * 477-7880
FL, Lio, #0RC044810 Toll Free (888) 231-1255


712 -
iort Lost & Found
S PETS
MER REWARD "BETSY"
Free (She needs medica-
eter-
aev- tions.Daily) Boston
is- Terrier 11 yrs old,
outh missing since Sept.
ama
inre- 11th, King Middle
336- School area, Betsy's.
hearing is not good.
* Black in color with
white between eyes


M,


826
Sporting Goods
FOR SALE
Boflex Motivator II,
$500 obo. Nordic-
Track cross country
$200 obo,'
619-322-7993
' 830
Miscellaneous
For Sale



-cntipedc-
St. Augustine
Farm Direct
We Deliver
434-0066 2
CAMOUFLAGE
WEATHERBY 300
Magnum, bolt ac-
tion, 4x16x44 mellet
scoop, shoulder
strap, double recoil
on shoulder pad.
$850 Call 623-1159

FOR SALE
Power Pro 3,500
SWatt Generator, 2
gas cans. $200.
626-5700




We Deliver & Install
Centipede-
St. Augustine
Bermuda
Bailed Pine Straw

S- g~
Call us first. Save Time
Call us last. Save Money
Hwy. 87 So." Millon

626-8578

832
Miscellaneous
Wanted

GLASS CRAFTER
needs empty glass
sonl drink bottles, (all
kinds) Not necessa-
rily collectors edi-
tions. Will pick up
Call: 983-8042

PAY CASH tor junk
cars or trucks. Run-
ning or not. Call
983-9527

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


.NTIAC


902
Auto Supplies
NEW MUD Tires. (4).
30x9.50x15 LT Fire-
stone Destination
M/T $350.00 Ph#
418-0729
904
Cars
91 PLYMOUTH
Voyager, runs good.
right hand drive.
used for mail deliv-
ery, new engine,
new transmission.
$1500. 626-7879
CARS FOR SALE
1989 Cadillac Bra-
hams, leather, load-
ed, runs great, new
w. pump, new tires.
new battery, $1500
Firm;.
S1993 Geo Storm-
Red, runs great, cd
playerS1200
Call: 626-6149


904
Carse

MECURY SABLE
LS, 1997 . Station-
wagon, V-6 1 owner
garage kept, new
tranmisslon, 18-26
MPG, 60/40 folding
seats, luggage rack.
Excellent Condition.
133,000 miles. Ask-
ing $4,200. Call 476-
8399 or 678-908-
8310

906
Boats
FOR.
SALE
16 ft. Bass Boat with
drive on trailer. 90hr.
Johnson needs
work. $1500 or trade
for equal value.
623-9464 or
'418-2398


918
Trucks

1998 CHEVY
� Pick Up,
.1500 Series
Automatic, Air, Pow-
er brakes & steering,
tilt wheel with cruise
control 94,000 ml,
excellent condition,
garage kept. $5995
Call 994-8865

87 B2000 Pick-up
truck, will trade for a
van or a car, or will
sell for $1500.
983-7204
920
Vans

91 ASTRO VAN
4.3.Automatic trans-
mission, runs good.
AC is cold. $2195
232-7255


and around nose,
chest is white. Long
scar on right hip.
Call 850-626-1049
or 304-1242 anytime




814
Furniture
CHERRY DINING-
ROOM set w/6
chairs, hutch, and
drysink. $2,500
OBO Call 995-4970
CORNER
COMPUTER
desk/chair. $85,
Love seat $30, Pap-
san chair $25, Chest
of drawers, $40, End
table $20, 48" round
table/2 chairs, $45,
8x10 oriental
red/blue rug.
626-1431
FOR SALE
Living room furni-
ture, including
Kitchen table with 4
chairs, Love seat,.
small entertainment
center. recliner in
good condition, bed-
rocm furniture, brass
floor lamp and chan-
delier, mirror and
pictures, bookcase,
ect.983-3879

820
Lumber &
Hardware

METAL ROOFING
SAVE $$$ Buy Di-
rect From Manufac-
turer. 20 colors in
stock with all Acces-
sones. Quick turn
around! Delivery
Available Toll Free
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ACROSS
1. Guzzlers' sounds
6. Radius' companion
10. "Careless Whisper"
group
14. Customary
.15. Playwright Simon
16. Roof projection
17. Fish ,
18. Yacht's wind-
indicating strings
20. More, to Miguel
21. Composer Satie
23. La Boheme, e.g.
24. Early Ron Howard
role
25. Former inhabitant of
2 Mauritius
27. Gazed
30. beetle
34. More ancient
35. Nonprofessionals
36. Blues singer Mahal
37. Walt Kelly comic
38. Manhandles
39. Silent
40. Smog-watching gp.
41. Covered with fuzz
42. Army doc.
43. Military rank
45. Second :
46. Deserters
47. Perform again
48. Where Eliza
disgraced herself


51. Noire
(Shostakovich ballet)
52. Globe
55. Polaris (2 wds.)
58. Difficulty
60. Olden word of
disappointment
6.i TV "friend" played by
Marie Wilson
62. Norwegian
63. Utah lily
64. Viewed
65. J.C. of golf


DOWN
1. U.S. naval station
locale
2. Annapolis school
(abbr.)
3. Totes
4. Close friend
5. Futuristic Woody
Allen film
6. Free from bondage
7. Onion's cousin
8. __ sine numine
(Colorado's motto)
9. From soup to nuts
10. Combat instrument
11. Nathan or Alan
S 12. Affirm with
confidence
13. Verde National
Park
.19. Before tomorrow


22. Exterminate
24. Cookie some
unscrew
25. Each 24 hours
26. Selects
27. Urban and Innocent
28. Marry secretly
29. Candice's father
30. Pleasure trip
31. Liszt piece
32. Like Ellington's "Doll"
33. Throw out
35. Suburbanites' prides
38. Rampart surrounded
39. Office note
41. _Of A Salesman
42. With-it folks
44. Cavern
45. N.Y. ballplayer
47. Showed a film again
48. No ifs, or buts
49. Peeved
50. Rocky peak
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