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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
Alternate title: Milton press gazette
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Creation Date: October 4, 2006
Publication Date: 1984-
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Milton * ae0P-B idge9 ay- A *ftw 1-9-Htod-4 Sa'-'i- Et it


(Santa Dosaas Press


Say No to Drugs coloring contest

1 INSIDE!


u^rn*IHjy* ** -L ^::-_o- SDAY:
St ..... txuer 4, 2006




it burned


and


burned


C&D pit in violation of codes,

now facing DEP investigation


By LYNNE HOUGH
P e s Gatf.ve S.a Int ,ria
A construction and debris pit in
Milton caught fire Monday morning.
delivering a heavy blanket of smoke
over the Skyline area. By Tuesday
morning, a lighter "blanket" %as co\v-
ered much of the cits.
It took all daN for the fire to be
brought under control, according to offi-
cials. Comnussioner Bob Cole says the
the landfill faces a DEP investigation
and was already. under a county viola-
tion-on the last da\ of a tw\o-%week
extension--while the fire smoldered.
But the original violation does not
involve fire. It has to do %with privacy
fences dow n near homes and the slope
of the debris pile.
While the homes in the immediate
area were not in danger from the blaze.
the residents in the immediate area say
they are outraged.
The landfill is called Joiner C&D
Pit. but county officials say it's been
sold to a group called Coastwide


Investments in Tampa-the same own-
ers of the Saufley Landfill in
Pensacola.
The Saufley Landfill was recently
shut dows n after a battle with Escambia
County officials. the Environmental
Protection Agency. and local residents.
County officials and residents are
seeking answers: is Santa Rosa County
nosw receiving debris from Escambia
County ?
According to Cole. the answers is
'yes'.
"He's shifted his workload." Cole
says. "Some of it is coming over here."
The Joiner C&D Pit is located just
north of the skating rink on north
Stewart St. Residents of nearby
Regency Arms Aparnments. 199 Miller
Rd.. say the problems at the landfill
have been growing over the years-
ilong with the debris.
"This %was nothing, but a clay pit.
but after Ivan, they started just piling,"
says Gail Femstrom, who lives in the
See FIRE, Page 5A.


V


Regency Arms apartment residents say they've seen the mound of debris behind their complex grow with each passing day
since Hurricane Ivan. The view over this apartment shows the size of the mound. Fire officials speculate "spontaneous com-
bustion" was responsible for a fire at the location Monday that smoldered for days.
Press Gazette photo by Lynne Hough


Law looks for


purse snatcher


By LYNNE HOUGH
Press Ga:et/e Staff I liter
A Pace woman is being
sought in a Pensacola robbers.
Warrants have been issued
for the arrest of Kimberly Joyce
Smith. 23, Guernsey Rd.
Smith was identified, along
w ith Deborah L\nn Serra. 36.
Rambler Dr.. Pensacola. The
pair is accused of stealing a
purse from a \\oman at Sam's
Club.
Pensacola Police say 65-
year-old Cameron Abernathy
was putting an umbrella into
her car \with her purse sitting in


a shopping can. A woman in a
black car ,pulled up behind
Abernathd and grabbed her.
purse. When she did. the victimm
tried to grab it back and %was
drug to the ground.
She w as not serious\
injured, according to reports.
A check written for $450
%was forged and cashed at a
credit union. Pensacola police
sa\ Serra a , the one \vho
cashed the check
Serra was arrested w hen
police swent to her residence
and identified the vehiclee used
in the crime A checkbook with
Stc PURSE, Page -4.


Jail rated 'excellent'


Bears for bears...

More than 400 "big, burly bikers" turned out Sunday with little furry friends in tow. It was all part of the annual Bears for Bears ride-sanc-
tioned by American Bikers for Awareness Training and Education (ABATE). The event is used to garner a stash of soft, stuffed animals which
.are then provided to law enforcement officers. Lawmen give those "animals" to children in crisis. Hundreds of stuffed animals were collect-
'ed'Sunday-placed into a convertible-seized from a recent major drug bust. In the above photo, Sheriff Wendell Hall meets with ABATE
*members.
Press Gazette photo by Lynne Hough


By LYNNE HOUGH
Pres, G.''.','e Sa,-rf II ,rer
'The jail is excellentt."
That report, according to an
annual inspection of the Santa
Rosa County Jail conducted b1
the US Department of Justice.
Federal Bureau of Prisons.
Because the .county jail
houses federal inmates for a
fee, an annual inspection is
required.
Sheriff's officials say the
inspection was conducted on
August 3 and received an excel-
lent rating. The rating covered
areas such as overall operation,


structure, and sanitation.
"-No major problems were
noted during the inspection
process." say s John A. Gaither,
community corrections manag-
er.
The report notes on the
inspecuon daN, there %were eight
female and forty-two federal
inmates housed at the Santa
Rosa Counts Jail.
Ensuring proper care of
federal inmates is the focus of
the inspection, according to
Sheriff's officials.
Other areas of: "review"
See JAIL, Page 5A.


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cled paper
using envi-
ronmentally-friendly soy-based
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Funding, problems delay construction start on skate park


By PAMELA HOLT
Press.Gazette Staff Writer'
Two of the Milton tennis
courts will only be a memory
soon-according to City
Council members Monday
afternoon-and in its place will
be a "cool" skate park for
Milton skateboarders.
City Councilperson Pat
Lunsford, who's spearheaded
the project since her election in.
1996, says $50,000 is still need-
ed for the project to get under-
way.
The skate park was to see a
construction start in mid-


October and conclude in
December, but the one draw-
back is funding.
"Due to increasing costs,
the estimate has gone from $25
per square foot to $30. We're
hoping either the County or the
Cicy can help us continue the
effort," says Lunsford.
The memory of the two
skaters in the street who, while
campaigning for City Council,-
asked Lunsford to build a skate
park, keeps her focused to
achieve this goal for city
skaters.
"That was ten years ago, so
I'm not sure the two boys


would still benefit from the.
project., But the teens need
something so badly," says.
Lunsford.
She says, "It seemed every
time I see light at the end of the
tunnel--dirt gets thrown in my
face."
Lunsford says one bright
side ,of the skate park is the
families, who've come together
to make the project happen.
She says she's excited about
how passionate the community
is, "people have come together
to fund the park."
In June, a group of students
at Avalon Middle School, led


by Kyle Northington, held a
walkathon.
The walkathon was a
fundraising project and random
donations were collected at the
school.
Northington made a presen-
tation to the Council with an
envelope -containing $1,903,
putting the June amount of
funds raised for the park at over
$200.000.
Since then, other fundrais-
ers have been held, including a
recent one in Pensacola. On
Palafox Street, Reveal Tour
skating competition sponsored
a skate competition with hun-


dreds of
skateboard-
ing fans
looking-on.
Local teens
competed
for a grand
prize of
$1,000 in
Tammy PATLUNSFORD
Morgan-
in honor of her son Stevenr
Morgan-raised $300-100
percent of all monies raised
went for Milton's skate park. ;
Despite best efforts, it's not
See SKATE, Page 5A.






The SarntztanRosa Pre'ss fGazette


Wednesday October 4, 2006


Open Season (PG)
1:00 3:00 5:00 7:00 8:55
The Guardian (PG13)
1:15 4:00 6:55 9:40
School for Scoundrels (PG13)
1:40 4:20 7:15 9:45
Jackass 2 (R)
1:05 3:05 5:05 7:10 9:25
*Jet Li's Fearless (PG13)
1:45 4:30 7:20 9:50
Flyboys (PG13)
'1:10 3:55 6:50 9:35
Gridiron Gang (PG13)
1:30 4:10 7:00 9:40
*Everyone's Hero (G)
1:20 ;3:15 5:10
*The Black Dahlia (R)
7:05' 9:45
*LAST NIGHT THURS. Oct. 5


Traleso David Anthony; Male;
35; 4888 Calvin Dr., Milton, FL;
Nonmoving Traffic Violation-Drive
While License Suspended Habitual
Offender. 9/15/06
Tky ,er. Siobhan Eyvette; Female;
27; 6484 Gaynell Ave.,' Milton, FL;
Damage' Property-Criminal Mischief-
$200 and Under, Burglary of Dwelling
Unarmed No Assault or Battery,
Burglary of Structure Conveyance
Unarmed W/O Person Inside,
Larceny-Theft is $300 or More .But
Less Than $5000, Narcotic Equipment-
Possession and or use. 9/16/06
Wagmer, William Lewis; Male;
30; 1900 Presidio St., Navarre, FL; Sex
Predator Violations-Fail to Give
Name Change or Location Information,
Resist Officer-Obstruct W/O


Violence. 9/15/06
Ward, Nixon Carl; Male; 43; 7653
Old Hickory Hammock Rd., Milton,
FL; Larceny-Theft is' $300 or More
But Less Than $5000. 9/15/06
WnAam Kay Rena; Female; 43;
7724 Elrod Rd., Milton, FL; Failure to
Appear For Felony Offense. 9/15/06
GloIer, John David; Male; 42;
7979 Whiting Field Cir., Milton, FL;
Damage Property-Criminal Mischief-
$200 and Under, Burglary of Dwelling
Unarmed No. Assault or .Battery,
Probation Violaiion-Felony. 9/16/06
]Krafll, Russell; Male; 19; Bobby
Ln., Milton, FL; Battery-on Officer
Firefighter EMT Etc. 9/17/06
Morin Jr.., Craig Steien. Male;
24; 3937 Reinhardt Village Rd., Milton,
FL; Stalking-Follow Harass Another,.


Te.xas Chainsa NMassacre: t .
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The Departed (R) , -eVlArl i AzuNm^bk
I 20 4.30 ":40
Employee or the Month (PG13)
1:45 4:15 7:05 9:35



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headaches, dizziness, jaw pain (TMJ),, low back' pain and memory loss can often be direct-
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Marijuana-Possession-Not ' More
Than 20 Grams, Evidence-
Destroying-Tamper With or Fabricate
Physical. 9/17/06
Moeley IIH, William Curtis; Male;
31; 4950 Glover Ln., Milton, FL;
Cocaine-Possession-With Intent to
Sell Manufacture Deliver Etc. Schedule
II. 9/16/06
Peaden, Kevin Lee; Male; 30;
5885 Womack Rd., Milton, FL; Drugs-
Possession ' Methamphetamine,
Marijuana-Possession-Not More
Than 20 Grams, Narcotic Equipment-
Possession and or use. 9/17/06
' Shine, Lashaun Faye; Female; 29;
6018 Syrcle Ave., Milton, FL; Drugs-
Possess. Newv. Legend Drug \Vi(3
Pfescripii..n Cocaine Possession,
Narcotic Equipment-Possession and or
use. 9/1,7/06
Stettner, Melanie M.; Female; 36;
8528 Vehlin Ct., Navarre, FL; Fraud-
[r.surficenti Funds Check-Make Utter
lssue 150) Dollars or Over. 9/17/06
S Wapla, Shawn Lee; Male; 36;
5348 E \\enida De Golf, Pace, FL;
Nonnmo'ing Traffic, \iolation-Aitach
Registraiioni Licerse Plate N.:oi
Assigned, Nonmoving Traffic
\ iolation-Drite While License
Suspended Habitual Offender. 9/17/06
Wigginas r.. mmynRobert; Male;
2": 4021 ScoiitdaIe Ave., Pace, FL;
Damage Propert)-Crminal Mischiet'-
$1000 or More. 9/16/06
Brant. Chri-iopher DeLaine;
Male; IS, 7251 East Bay Bli.d .
Navarre, FL, DUl. '1 7,0, .



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Gold: Fashionable
In Ancient Greece
Ladies of fashion in ancient
Greece \"ere knov. n for wear-
ing gold jewelry to the point
where the) kept man% gold-
smith's busy making these
beautiful pieces Besides the
ornate necklaces \ ith drop
pendants, she %ore earrings.
some of which h wouldd not be
recognizable as earrings
today . The jeweler enlarged
and embellished the earrings
n ith tin images ol" the Gods
and series of ornamental pen-
dants suspended by delicate
chains until there. -,as so
much gold involved that the
piece was too heavy for the
ear. WE believe that these'
super-earrings were fastened
to the diadem (head band)
'and hung down over the ears
giving the face the appear-
ance of a cameo set in a gold
frame. Milady also wore gold
ball-shaped buttons at shoul-
der or neck, gold tassels at
the end of her girdle (jacket)
and gold plates to border her
draperies. She, was resplen-
dent in gold.


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�ewell, Brian Michael; Male; 22;
4540 Struth Ln., Pace, FL; Traffic
Offense-DUI Alcohol or Drugs 2nd
Offense. 9/17/06
Parra, Gerardo Lugo; Male; 24;
742 Lee Rd. 393, Arbund, AL; DUI.
9/17/06
Stadler, William N.; Male; 42;
2475 11th Ave.,. Pensacola, FL; DUI.
9/17/06
Davis, Robert Eric; Male; 45;
3635 Highway 4, .Ja.,. FL. Nonmo'inig
Traffic Violation-Dr' e while e Licen.,e
Suspended Habitual Offender,
Nonmoving Traffic Violation-Operate
Motor Vehicle W/O Valid License.

Klker. John Thomas, Male; 30;.
8665 Fortune Rd., Milton, FL; Sex
Offense-Victiin 12 YOA Up to 15
YO(.-i i 2 cis.), Lewd Lasc Behavior-
;ci,.m 12 YOA Up to 16 YOA
Offender 18 YOA Older. 9/18/06
Montford, John Garfield; Male;
28; 7760 Lakeside Dr., Milton, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony. 9/18/06
Boyldns, Johnathan Xavier Omar;
Male; 19; 7839 Fleetwood Dr., Milton,
FL. Probatio.rX \olai,.:.rFeiony. No
Bo:okUrig Date Gien
Simmnmn. Vi. .an Renee. Female:
43. 50�1 Carmell Ridge Cir, Milton,
FL, D il 9'l8,'I/06
Simmons Jr.. Bobbo, Joe; Male.
23; 12-15 Sceric Lake Dr. Ja,, FL:,Sex
Offense-Victim 12 YOA Up to 15
YOA. 9/18/06
SCardenas. Thomas Barry; Male;
45; 4260 Hwy. 90, Pace, FL; Sex
Assault-Victim 12 YOA Older Special
Conditions. 9/19/06 ,,
S i Shantna Marie; Female;,
:27; 4217 Audiss Rd., Milton, FL;
Tres-pa;sing-Occupied Structure or
Conveyance, Smuggle Contraband-
Introduce Into Detention Facility.
9 19'0 '
H.llay. Acie; Male; .51; 1990 -
Cedar Park, Cantonmeni., FL; Sex
Offense--Victim 12 YOA Up to 15
YOA 9/19/06
J.ohffln. Marcus Lee; Male. 30;
Ill Lohies Ln., East Brevi.on. AL;
'Larcen,-Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5000 9/19/06
Landr., Diniel Christopher;
Male iS. 2237 Ortega St., Navarre. FL:
Burglar i of Struciure Corn,. e ance
Linarmed W/O Person Inside,
Larceny-Theft is $300 or ,More But
Less Than'$5000. 9,' i9,06.
Powers Jr.' Cecil Lewis; Male;
34;-126'i Hv.., 4 n ArdoaVillage plts.
Pace, FL; Sex Assault-Victim 12
YOA Older Special Conditions. 9/19/06
Roberson, Joseph -David; Male;
18; SlI5' Second St., Navarre, FL;
Burglary of Structure Conveyance
Unarmed W/O Person Inside,
Larceny-Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5000. 9/19/06 "
Howe, Sean Stephen; Mile 19;
6608 .Cedar St., Milton, FL;
Hallucinogen-Possession-Schedule I
or III or IV. 9/19/06 .
Maxwell, Matthew Christopher;
Male; 19;3537 Ben'l.ill Rd. P.e:-. FL.
Hallucinogen-Possession-Schedule I
or III or IV. 9/19/06
STownley, Angela M.: Female. 34.
5122 Parku a:, Dr., Milton, FL, Traffic
Offense-DUI Alcohol or Drugs 3rd
Violation' Withinw 10 Years, Traffic
Offense-Refuse to Submit' to-DUI
Te..t. Nonmovirig TraffiK .-;oli.aion-
Dr,,e While License Suspended
Habiual Olfendei. 9' 19..06
Clne Jr., MNchajl Nicholas;,
Male; 12; 6340 Matador St., Milton,.
FL; Battery-On Public. or Private
Education' Emplo,,ee. No Booking Date
Gr.en
SCook, Joseph \\esle,. Male; 41;
6600 Coldwater Church Rd., Milton,
FL; Failure to Appear For Felony,
Offense. No Booking Date Given
. Mulllldn. Michael Joseph; Male;
20; 201-18 Alfred Blvd., Navarre, FL;
DUI. 9/19/06
Yeddecy, John Alvin; Mal':. 70;
3930 Baybrook Dr., Pace, FL DLil
9/19/06
Childers, Anthqny Paul;'Male; 42;
4595 Bonway' Ct., Pace,. FL; Sex
Offender Violations-Fail to Report or
Respond to Address Verifications, Sex.
Offender Violations-Fail to Notify'
LEO Change of Residence 48 Hours.-
9/20/06
Griffin, William Carl: Male; 45;
9657 H ., 4-. MALn...nr FL. Nonmoving
Traffic \ i.:.LIa..n-Dri e v whilee License'
Suspended Habitual Offender. 9/20/06
Perritt, Tera Lynn; Female; 26;
6255 Brigadier Rd., Milton, FL;


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Probation Violation-Felony. 9/20/06 '
Purdue, Scott Michael; Male; 49; ,.
9142 Military Trail, Navarre, FL; , '
Probation Violation-Felony. 9/20/06
Shoto, Kevin Jamerson; Male; 27;. -
6763 Anola Dr., Milton, FL; Forgery .-
of-Alter License Plate Validation.:.,
Sticker, Nonmoving Traffic Violation- -
Drive While License Suspended 1st
Offense, Resist Off.cer-Obtruct W/O
Violence, Cocaine Po.e.swion. 9/20'06
Smril.p, Markiese Devon;. Male;),;'-:
18; 203 Sessions St., Milton, FL;
C'.:.ocaine Possession. 9/20/06 ,
Carter, Jessie Julian, Male; 61;'
5452 Bluebird St., Milton, FL;:-'"
Aggravated Battery-Domestica,'j'sO
\,.:,lence-Cause Bodily Harm og,.,,

Gipson, James Kevin; Male; 26;
5567 Millbend PI.,. Gulf Breeze,* FLi:."i
Aggravated Assault-With Deadly.,i,7-
We:ip.n Without Inlent'to Kill, Battery-,
D.:.me.'uc \ iolence-To:iuch or'Strike,
Obitracting .lusue-Harasv Witness >.
Victim or Informant: 9/21/06.' . 4
McCrary. Dion Fomey; Male; 44;
8177 Fourth Si , Na .rre. FL: Probauon'
Violation-Felony. 9/21/06
McNair, Tate Miller; Male; 27; ".
7008 Gandy Dr., Navarre, FL;*. ;
Larcenm-Theft is 5300 or More But
Le', Than 5ri(50. Vehicle Theft-
Grand 3rd Degree. 9/21/06 .
Moorer, Stanton A.; Male; 30;,
6504 College Dr., Milton, FL; Hit and -
Run-Fail, to Stop, Remain at Crash
Involve Injury, Flee.'Elude Police-.,-:,,
Flee/Disregard Safety of- Person or. -
Property, Aggravated Assault-With
Deadly Weapon Without Intent to Kill, "
Aggrai ated Assault-On Officer,'.-.
Fireftghter EMT Etc., Aggaraated,,;.
Bauter)-On Officer Firefighter EMT
Etc., Damage Property-Criminal
Mischief-$1000 or More, Resist
Orficer With Violence, Cocaine-
Disinbution-Schedule II. 9.'21 06 /.-
NowIng. Du eight Keith; Male; 39, .'
12200 Chumuckla Hwy., Jay,' FL;
Probation Violation-Felon ,
Nonmoving Traffic Violarion-Dri'e .' '
While License Suspended Habitual
Offender, Resist Off'icer-Obstruct
W/O Violence. 9/21/06
McCraney, Richard Marshall;
Male; 39; 914 Brooks Hill Dr.,
Cantonment, FL: Fraud-Conceal'-.
'Information t,:, Obtain Prescription. N6o r-
Booking Date Given.
1 Stnzl, -John Edward; Male; 39,-''
5421 Emnpire Dr.. Penacolua. FL; ,
Damage Pro:pern, .Crinirial M lchietf--
$200 and Under, Drugs-Po:ssesion-
Controlled Substance W/O
SPrescription. 9/21/06 .
Parker, Cory Dalton; Male; 12:. ,
3240 Bircs,,e Cr . Gulf Breeze. FL:
Criminal MN�crhief-$h1000 or More.
Burglary of Structure Conrejance
Unarmed W/O Person Inside. No1*-
Booking Date GiP. en. ,,
Carmichael. Brooke Ashlyn;"
Female; 12; 3116 Birdseye Cr., Gulf
Breeze, FL; Criminal Mischief-$1000
Sor. More, Burglary of Structure'.'-
Conveyance Unarmed \ 0O Person '
Inside. N.:. Booking Date Given. -,._^
Sorenson. Brandon Alexander;."
Male; 13; 1536 Kitty Hawk Dr., Gulfi"'
Breeze, FL. Criminal Miichtef-t f1000
or, More, Barglar 0 ot Structure
C. Con'.,e ri Unarmed .\VO Person
-Irsde No Booing Dai'dGien
Perdue. Steer. Chase. Male; ,13;. ::
165-1 Kalakaua CE. Gulf Breeze. FL',"'
Criminal NMichief--$! t0i or More, .
Burglary of Structure Conueyance -.
ULnarmed W'O Person inside. No -
Booking Date Gien.
Smith Craite Talor. I". 5109'::
l. Mandra.lla BILd.. Gulf Breeze. FL; ,-.-
' Possessio Marijuana-Linder 20
" Grams, Possession Narcotic
Equipment-and or use, Possession
Drug -Controlled Substadne w/'iO%"
Prescripion. Fraud-Impersonate-
Display Another's Dri.ers License. No ,,
B.xokhJrig Date Gien.
Syp__, Dae,.n Maudeste: Female."
35. -122; lernican Rd.. M lion. FL'..-'
SNornmo.ing Trarfc Violation-Drm.e
While License Suspended 1st Offensep'jr
Resist Officer-Obstruct W/Q,:
Violence, Cocaine Possession, Narcotic
Equipment-Possession, and or use.
9/20/06
Wales, Stacy Harris; Female; 36;
5825 Hermitage Cir., Milton, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony, Resist -.
Officer--Obstruct W/O Violence';.
Cocaine Possession, Narcotic
Equipment-Possession and or use:'
9/20/06 -.


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Wednesday October 4, 2006 The Santa Rosa Press Gazette Page 3-A
Local
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New concept could change school hours


By PAMELA HOLT
Press Gazette Staff Writer
Times-they are a
changing .
The' Santa Rosa County
School Board is investigating
Nays to bring the school system
up to par with technology, and
develop new time schedules to
better fit students' physiological
needs.
"Public schools haven't
changed since the early '50's,
when we were mostly an agri-


By PAMELA HOLT
Press Gazette Staff Writer
I ',,Santa Rosa County is.
unique-beaches and canoes,
farms and suburbia-whatever
the desire for entertainment
may be...di ersitN is right out-
side the door.
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shortage

of teachers

By PAMELA HOLT
er.vw s Gne.:i S.,,,i'.- \ rie.,
. There's a critical teacher
shortage. , ,
Through grants, the state of
Florida has funded public.orm-
muniry colleges to get a pre-
teachers' program started. This
program is authorized through
the Florida State
Department of Education.
SDr. Holly Craven. Director
of Educator Preparation
lnsutute at Pensacola Junior
College. says this one-year
accelerated program helps stu-
dents "\ ho already have a four-
year degree become a Florida-
cerufied teacher.
Craven says it can take a
person less than a year to
become certified .
Last sear, one complete'
groupp-19 teachers-graduat-
ed.' This Near, 89 students are
currently enrolled in the pro-
gram.
� Kath\ Moore. program
instructor. says it's a good pro-
gram "'because we don't have
enough teachers. It's Pensacola
Junior Colleges' answer to meet
needs and put teachers in a
classroom.
-"It takes highly qualified
people to teach. It's not a day'
care," says Moore.
Story written by Pamela
Holt. Reach her at.:
holt@sr-pg.comn

Correction...
A front-page photo in Saturday's
edition of the Press Gazette
depicted two men working on a
cotton picker in Allentown. One
of them was incorrectly identi-
fieo. The man listed as Chad
Smith should have listed him as
MartyVann. The paper regrets
the, error.


cultural soci,ety-this is why
.school is set up the way it is-
and it's time to make a change,"
says Santa Rosa County School
Board Member Tim Wyrosdick.
Wyrosdick is passionate
about the need for students to
focus on technology, for global
competition.
"Most don't understand
we're not competing with the
.community next door anymore.
Not even with the next state-
we live .in a global community


October,, the Beaches to
Woodlands Tour encourages
residents and tourists to explore
the historical, cultural, and nat-
ural occurrences around the
county.
The tour invites visitors to
mingle among the locals,
become one of them, and expe-
rience southern hospitality.
The third annual tour is
self-guided with actit cities, rep-'
resenting the "heart and soul"
of Santa Rosa County-from
mullet fishing on the
Blackwater River to %olleyball
at the beach.
Events scheduled for
October's Beaches to
Woodlands Tour include:


and it's a global economy," says
Wyrosdick..
, According to Wyrosdick,
some fields of science expert-
ise, like engineering, are going
overseas. He believes the need
for technology is great and the
"same old, same old" approach
to public education is changing.
Wyrosdick expects to see some
of these changes by next year..
He says Locklin Technical
Center is, in fact, already in
place for helping students focus


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*Navarre Beach Fall Beach
Bash and Coastal Encounters
*Jay Peanut Festival
*Munson Community
Heritage Festival
*Art Night on Navarre
Beach
*Bagdad Village Market
Day and Historic Walking Tour
.*Gulf Coast Kiln Walk Tour
and demonstration
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Group seeks those


worthy of honor,.,


By LYNNE HOUGH
Press Gazene Staff liti,':r
The Santa Rosa Veterans
Adisory Council is looking for
veteranss to be honored in
November.
Tom Griffith, the Chairman
of the council, says this year the
Veterans Da\ Parade \ ill honor
veterans from the wars in
Bosnia, Afghanistan. Kuwait
and Iraq.
Veterans who have served
in those locations are asked to
register by making contact with
the Santa . Rosa. County
Chamber of Commerce. (850)
.623-2339. Riding on a float or
marching in the parade just
behind the float will be the
options for participation.
Griffith says any civic ,or
non-profit group wishing to join
in the parade is welcome and
should call the Chamber to sign
up. There is no fee to partici-
pate and it is requested, in the
interest of safety, no candy be
thrown from floats.
The parade is being spon-
sored by the Santa Rosa
Veterans Advisory Council,
with assistance from the Santa
Rosa County Chamber of
Commerce. Griffith says the
American Legion Post 78 is
coordinating the parade and
ceremonies.
In case of inclement weath-


on- future careers. Also in the
works, says Wyrosdick, are
plans for specialized acade-
mies-grouping students, with
career focus or grade levels.
Such concepts are being
explored in county high
schools. Navarre is the pioneer
with a computer-based acade-
my called CISCO. Gulf Breeze
is investigating health studies.
Pace is exploring leadership,
and Milton is looking into an
engineering academy.
He believes the need for-
technology education is imper-
ative for the future. Wyrosdick
says the ."middle majority" of
students need more focus.
"Most (students) are col-
lege material, they just don't
believe it... this new direction
we're doing will help them
focus," says WV rosdick.
He notes there's a reason
it's so difficult to get the middle
school students to wake up in
the mornings." He says the
School Board estimates having
a decision about new time
schedules by December.
"New time schedules will
do two things: it will somewhat:
help with the transportation
problem. but it will not elimi-
nate those problems; and it \ ill
be designed to cooperate aith
students' biological clocks'
Middle school students, are


wound. up earlier than high
school students. High school
students need to sleep later and
are more wound-up during the
late afternoon and night," says
Wyrosdick. "Elementary stu-
dents are more awake and ready.
to learn in the morning...it's
their physiological make up."
These changes will' affect
family life by, as Wyrosdick
says, somewhat forcing parents
to become educated about
schools-perceptions . about
school curriculum-and with
the possibility of changing
school start times.
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There is not a single home or business owner
in Santa Rosa County, and for that matter the
entire state of Florida, who isn't facing some
degree of an insurance crisis.
Policies from numerous insurance carriers are
either being canceled in droves or the companies
are sending out renewal notices reflecting increas-
es as high as 70 percent or more.
Whether property is situated in high-risk areas,
such as barrier islands, coastal areas or even inland
locations of the state, no one is being spared the
actions of insurance companies.
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years of historic hurricane activity and the predic-
tions as well as the fear of more of the same being
ahead.
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companies billions of dollars-and scores of law-
suits have been filed by disgruntled policyholders
who feel their carriers have wrongly treated them.
Coupled with higher property assessments,
which have increased taxes, many home and busi-
ness owners, particularly the "mom and pop" busi-
nesses are facing the grim fact they'll have to sell-
out simply because the> can't afford what's being
done to them by both government and the insur-
ance companies.
Particularly being hit hard by what is going on
are those on fixed incomes. These are the people
who are living on either their retirement or Social
Security.
Some of the blame can be attributed to both
government and insurance companies allowing
developers to build in high-risk areas of our state.
The majority of the damage caused by hurricanes
has occurred in areas ,%here homes and businesses
have been built ,on barrier islands, in designated
flood prone areas and along the coast \\ here high
w inds and flooding can cause severe damage.
Florida Gov. Jeb Bush promises to call a spe-'
cial session of the legislature if Florida's insurance
reform task force can come up with a %workable
solution with which -lawmakers and insurance:
companies can agree.
In a recent meeting of the task force, it was
made clear Florida's private insurance companies
must take on wind insurance in high-risk areas if
the state is to climb out of its grow ing home insur-
ance crisis.
And. it was pointed out, homeowners could'
see reductions in their rates if they make houses
more storm resistant. The task force.has been look-
Siinto, whether to require insurers to give stan-
dardized discounts to those who make such
improvements.
Some of the recommendations would be
installing reinforced shingles. bracing the roof,
adding high impact shutters -and wind resistant
doors. Those improvements, experts claim, would
reduce damages by more than 60 percent.
,To those recommendations we can only ask
the important question, how many home and busi-
ness owners can actually afford to make such
improvements?
The bottom line is, something must be done to
resolve not only skyrocketing insurance premi-
ums, but also to encourage carriers to stay in the
state.


OCTOBER 4,2006


G azetif
VOL. 99, NO. 54
Serving Milton, Pace, Jay
Holley-Navarre, Gulf Breeze,
& surrounding communities
Santa Rosa's Press Gazette. (USPS 604-
360) is published twice weekly on Wednesdays
and Saturdays for $28 per year (in county) by
Milton Newspapers, Inc., Michael Coulter,
Publisher. Periodicals postage paid at Milton,
Florida. POSTMASTER: Send address
changes to: Santa Rosa's Press Gazette, 6629
Elva Street, Milton, Florida 32570.
Michael Coulter . . . .President & Publisher
Jim Fletcher ....... .Assistant Publisher
Carol Barnes ......Business Manager
Lynne Hough .......Staff Writer
Pamela Holt........Staff Writer
Obie Crain, Jr .... . .Special Projects Writer
Bill Gamblin .......Sports Editor
Jim Martin .........Advertising Manager
Debbie Coon .......Advertising Exec.
Lori Dempsey ......Advertising Exec.
Toni Coberly ...... .Bookkeeper
Rosie Farhart .......Archives
Tracie Smelstoys ... .Circulation
Tammy Enyeart .... Pet Page,
........ .Classifieds
Kimberly Potter .. .Classifieds,
.......... ... . ...Graphic Design
Freddy Coon ..'.. .Pressroom Foreman
Gaspar De La Paz .. .Darkroom Technician
Angela Perritt ......Production Manager
Debra Wistner ......Graphic Designer


I TH-E SANTA ROSA PRESS GAZETTE


. EDITORIAL & OPINIONS


Does Jim realize anyth ing
. . ..... ' J i m .' , " :..' " ' :: :, � /"


FM: JOANN DINGLEY
Dear Editor:

On September 23, "Jim" called to ask wthy
deputies got another pay raise that other count\ nork-
ers. of %which he is apparently one, did not. I have
some questions for Jim.
r Does he-work extended hours in an\ weather,
regardless of what his family may also need ? When
he is done for the da\ or %week. is he subject to be.
called back to duty--even if he's on vacation? Can
he count on getting holidays off? Did he need spe-
cial education to get his job, and does he ha\e to
maintain his job skills with more training & testing
each year?
If he has a bad day. does that mean he or a co-'
worker or a county resident \ ho happens by may not,
live to go home again? When a hurricane is out there
tearing up the county, does he have to stay on the job,
or has he been able to board up his house and leave
toN n with his family? Has he e\er spent three days
or longer. lucky to grab a cat nap %while making sure
nobody broke into strangers' damaged houses and
stole what valuables were still there, and making sure
the people who really do live in those same houses get
to inspect them safely? While Jim was busy doing
all that, did he %worry and %wonder how his ow\n family
was managing? '
Jim seems not to care that certain people pro-
vide critical services to us that our lives often depend
on, and that these providers must do etery thing right
every time, or someone who wasn't even there will try
to "get" them in court. He seems not to care that
every one of these providers of critical services must
first be carefully educated & trained in the needed
skills so that they become and remain automatic,
responsesto stressful and confusing situations. He
seems not to care that etery one of these critical serv-
ice providers must have and know how to use special
equipment in their daily jobs for their safety and ours.
He seems hot to know or care that acquiring and.
maintaining their critical skills is often entirely ai.
their own expense, and on their own time.
Or maybe, he thinks just anybody can be a
deputy, firefighter or emergency medical provider.
Maybe he thinks any one of us can come in on a bor-
ing'day and do %what these dedicated people do every
da\. under whatever conditions happen to be present,
whether they are tired, hungry, have things at home
that need doing, family plans that got disrupted. blis-
tering hot, rainy, cold or stormy weather, arid hazards
that are just the nature of w hy the\ were called in the
first place. :
As far as I'm concerned, whatever it costs to
pay, equip and retain these providers, of critical serv-
ices is money well spent, because the vast majority of
them DO manage to do EVERYTHING right ALL the
time, when WE need it most.
Thank you, every one of you!

The privitizing President

FM: JIM HIGHTOWER
Dear Editor:

President Bush can't seem to find a hat that fits.
He tried on that "compassionate conservative" one for
a short while, but it just wasn't him. Then he strutted
around in his great big "war president" hat, but it got
knocked off and stomped on in the bloody chaos of
Iraq. More recently, he picked up a snappy "I'm the
decider" hat, but it just looked silly on him.
One that does fit, however, is the very hat that
George doesn't want you to notice. It's his "privatiz-
er" hat. He got hooted down when he wore it in pub-
lic last year to push the privatization of Social
Security, so now he mostly wears it behind closed
doors - where.he and his corporate cronies have been
vigorously and stealthily working to privatize even the
most basic of public functions, including the military,
our schools, the park service, postal workers, disaster
relief, and (get this!) tax collection.
If you owe back taxes, the IRS is likely to cone
knocking at your door. But, under a quiet Bush initia-
tive, the agency was compelled to step aside and let
three private, for-profit collection companies do the
door knocking. Unbeknownst to more than 12,000
taxpayers who owe relatively small amounts to the
government, their names, Social Security numbers,
tax returns, and other personal data have been handed
over to companies interested not in taxpayer rights,
but in profit maximization.
Well, the private sector can always do it cheaper,
right? Wrong. By simply hiring more revenue agents,
IRS could collect these debts at a cost of only three
cents for every dollar brought in. Under Bush's
scheme, however, the private companies will take
about 24 cents for every dollar they recover.


Privatization is not about efficiency or improved
ser ice (try dealing with the phone company. for
example i. It's about corporate profiteering, pushed by
ideologues \\ho simply hate the idea of a public role
in an\ dutng.

Rural doesn't have to mean bad

FM: THONLAS RO\WLEY
Dear Editor:

I- n a '.alley that isn't a \alley. perception not only
trunips reality, it can alter it. For decades, the domi-
nant perception of the pancake-flat southern tip of
Te\as-dubbed the Nlagic Valley of the Rio Grande
b\ hype-happi land marketers-has been one of
despair. Little income. Little oppornunrmy. Little rea-
son to hope. Reality followed suit. At the Llano
Grande Center for Research and ,Detelopment
(llanogrande.org), however, area high school students
are changing both. On a visit to the center, I began to
see how..
"Most object e indicator:." sa s Francisco
Gualardo. Llano Grande's founder and director. "sug-
gest that w\e are impoverished: but we cannot obey the
pitiful indicators. We would waddle in misery if we:
.did that. We choose to take a radically different
approach, where kids gain so much porter that the
Siorld is their laboratory. Where kids believe that the\
can change the world."
And they can. Some students. created an informa-
tional campaign that sway\ed N others to pass a $21 nul-
lion bond issue for new. schools. Others helped con-
vince the state legislature to alloy, undocumented stu-
dents to pay in-state, rather than international, tuition
rates at state universities. Others established a youth
advisory council to champion local park impro'e-
ments. Still others, host candidate forums. The list
goes on and on.
And so do the students. The .o all ot er the coun-
try and the world on student exchanges and intern-
ships-part of whatGuajardo calls breaking the "isola-
tion that really. controls a lot of rural places."And the\
go to college. According to Juan Ozuna, a Llano
Grande alum and.one of its program directors, the
percentage of local kids going to college has doubled.
rising from 30 percent to 60 percent. And they're
going not just to regional or even state schools;
they're going to the I\y LeagLie-70 kids in-the last
eight years. Ozuna himself graduated from Yale. And
then, like so many others before and after him, Ozuna
came b.ick to the valley to help others.
All of this from kids in a region that year after
year ranks among the poorest in the nation.
\ Yet Guajardo doesn't see the students' success as
achievement in spite of their economic situation.
Rather, he says their success is because of their situa-
tion. .Economic need translates into. the drive to
achieve for one's self and for others. Family, commu-
nity and culture translate into strengths upon which to,
build.
"We're really tired of people feeling sorry for
themselves," says Guajardo. "We begto differ. Our
approach is a distinctly assets-based approach. We-
work on identifying, building and celebrating the
assets of people. We are revolting against the deficit
paradigm."
Edyael Casaperalta, who as a child came with her
mother and younger sister from Mexico one night and
is now. a graduate student at Ohio University, puts it
this way: "In our communities, too many times we've
been told that we can't. And x e internalize that. We're
doing away with the stereotypes and the limits that
have been put on our imaginations that have [held us
down] and kept us colonized."
And with a line that I heard again and again at
Llano Grande, she sums it up: "We can write our own
story."
The way students of Llano Grande write their
own story.is somewhat complex, but then as Guajardo
points out, "Communities are complex; people are
complex." The work involves everything from devel-
oping and delivering classroom curriculum (the cen-
ter was born in the local high school) to cultivating
leadership activities to helping train students from all
across the country in such things as digital story-
telling. "People ask what we do. It's hard to
describe," says Delia Perez, another program director
and Llano Grande's first Ivy Leaguer. "I can give
them a list of services and that may satisfy them, but
I wouldn't be satisfied with it." Nor would 17-year-
old Nadia Casaperalta, a self-described at-risk student
who nevertheless was instrumental in the park efforts
and the candidate forums and will soon head off to
Kalamazoo College in Michigan. "I really can't
describe it. It's really more than family.
And I think-that's what makes our organization so
powerful.."


OCTOBER 4, 2006






Phne


You Spoke Out,

Santa Rosa...
Sundaj\.' 21 p.m.
This is Dixte. I was readi'riA
the paper and the\ were talki4
about the old PigglN WigglN
building being an eyesore. We
hate a man trying to build the old
donrito\tn area all built up and h'
is running into all sorts of witA.
We need to concentrate on oarr
dow ntot\n. , . . '

Sunday, 10-11 a.m.
: M\ name is Vic. I'm calllhgi
about the High\way 90 retai'ti.
When the Flonda Department of
Transportation lays' out the plans
for the nev\ median crossovers on
High\a\ 9(0. I hope they think
about die needs of us that 1rill
large trailers It makes a danger-
ous situation \%hen %e must enter
a street across HighayN 90.

Sunday . 1:46 a.m.
This is Jim. 1 sure would d like
somebody\ to open up a Checkers.

Saturday. 10:58 p.m.
This is Cliff. While \ou are
complaining about Santa Rosa
deputies get a raise, realize they
are already underpaid b'y
Escambia County' standard.
These people lay their lives on itte
line ever\ da\ and it is certainly
not for the pay. ..

Saturday. 9:01 a.m.
This is Nita. That %\as r
daughter \ou walked past in tle
parking lot last night. She was
being sexually assaulted. You did-
n't stop. You just %walked bN. I1lI
see\ our son or daughter. I ll
stop or offer help-regardless 4,f
\that \ou didn't do for mine.

Friday . 5:09 p.m.
. I am Betty. Something is ter-
ribl) \\ wrong t\ hen our police of -
cers are being injured or kille.,
When someone is approached ly
an officer, given a clear order and
they do not immediately compl>.
they should be severely deat
with. I believe, that with all n'y
heart. "

Friday, 11:34 a.m.
This is Steve. Wh\ has .dh e
public defender filed a motion
against the Sheriff's Departme^.?
I thought we paid public defenid-
ers to work within the systernr..I
seems he is overstepping Hs
boundaries.
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fire
% Continued From Page One.
Agency Arms Apartments
I~~ey just kept piling trash and
3 bris and hauling in daily.
-"ose trucks just come in daily,
�bting that stuff up..."
"There's 53 apartments
there that have to live with this
junk dump yard next door to
us...it's a hill. It's just awful."
"It's been that way, but
they've covered it over now
with a lot of dirt and piled it
1p.. .1 thought they would cover
it up and finally bury it and
clbse this one down, but
they've never done it...they
keep coming."
Cole says he's taking on a
zero-tolerance, policy with
C&D pits.
"I am not going to tolerate
abuse at these landfills," he
notes. "We're going to keep our
employees on top of this. We're
not giving any breaks."
, County Commissioners
voted last month to put a six-
month moratorium ,on permit-
ting any new C&D pits in Santa,
Rosa County. The action result-
ed from health concerns of res-
-dents living . near Coyote
Iind fill in Navarre.
i, The board said there has
.bpen no Standard Operating
orpcedure for C&D landfills in
-Santa Rosa County.
Commissioners said the next
six months will be used to com-
pare notes with other .counties
4pd make choices about safety
and health issues surrounding
,&D landfills.'
. More than 80 people are
-ppresented in a lawsuit against
Coyote Landfill filed in August,
,ainmng contamination of the
.gi and water around and on
their property.
.Some residents were tested,
at their ov\n expense and dis-
covered benzene and hydrogen
pulfide contamination in their
.svstems.
In the meantime, citizens
near the Joiner C&D Landfill'
sa� the plan to get organized.
"., Lots of residents \\ would be
_,7iling to talk," Fernstrom
says. "They already talked to
-the manager of the complex,, he
hasn't done anything about it.


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We haven't gone to the com-
mission yet. We need to."
Patricia Hall lives in the
same apartment complex. She
says the items being dumped at
the landfill have not limited to
construction and demolition
debris. She says she and other
residents saw a school bus and a
small mobile home on the pile,
along with water heaters. The
items eventually deteriorated
and were demolished, accord-
ing to Hall.
Photographs taken by Press
Gazette staff Monday afternoon
reveal furniture, plastic blue
tarps, a plastic bucket, a vacu-
um cleaner, pieces of carpet and
other hard-to-identif. items
among construction debris.
Skyline Fire Chief Tim
Diamond says he responded to
the fire Monday morning. He
saN s this is the fifth fire he can
recall at the site'since' Hurricane
Ivan struck.
Diamond confirmed the fire
began in a pit and did not reach
level ground. He believes it \ as.
a spontaneous. combustion fire,
due to heat build-up underneath
the debris materials. .-
He says it is possible the
above-ground debris could
spontaneously combust, caus-
ing an above-ground fire.
Diamond and Division of.
Forestry officials confirm the
operators at the landfill have
fire fighting equipment and are
given full reign to fight the ,fire
themselves. But by Nlondai'
afternoon, it was necessarN to
call in the professionals.
Bill Littleton and Howard
Smith say one fire a year or so
ago came up right to the back
door of homes near the landfill.,
Other residents confirm the
close vicinity of the blaze, say-
ing e\acuauon \\as necessary.
No homes were damaged.
Santa Rosa County
Emergency Management.
Skyline Fire Department. the
Harold Fire Department. Rural
Metro Ambulance. Santa Rosa
Sheriff's Office, and other vol-
unteer fire departments
responded to the landfill to
assist in extinguishing the fire.
Fernstrom observes, "I


don't know how they can keep
piling stuff on it... then the
trucks drive on it," she notes.
"Sometimes you don't
know what it's going to do to
you, breathing this stuff...I'm
sure it's affecting a lot of peo-

Skate
Continued From Page One. ,
quite enough.
"We still need more fund-
ing... we have to have the
money in hand before we get it
started," says Lunsford.
Once under construction,'
the skatepark will take about
ten weeks to complete, accord-
. ing to officials.
A groundbreaking ceremo-
ny for the new skatepark will be
planned as soon as a definite
date for construction is con-
firmed.
Story written by Pamela
Holt. Reach her at;.
holt@sr-pg.com


Purse,
ContinuedFromPage One.
Abernathy's name was lying in
plain view. A credit card with
the victim's name on it was
found inside Serra's purse.
police sa\.
Abernathy and a witness
identified Smith as the actual
person w ho snatched the purse.
Police are seeking the pub-
lic's help in finding Smith.
Anyone with information is
asked to call Detecti e Greg
Gordon at 435-1970; Detect\e
Jennifer Foss at 435-1975; or
the Pensacola Police
Department at 435-1900.,
Jail

Continued From Page One.
include: operational policies
and procedures, recording of
disciplinary actions. inmate due
process. visitation rights, gen-
der segregation, inmate safety,
sanitation, prison funds pro-
cessing, proper food and cloth-
ing, and religious and education
availability.


ple."
Cole says he wants the
landfill owners to "feel the pain
of the people around him" and
will ensure every rule is fol-
lowed.
"I would padlock the gate
myself, but I can't," he notes. "I
would love to get the fire out
and make them. go away.
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WHAT IS RED RIBBON WEEK?
It is an ideal way for people and communities to unite and take a
visible stand against drugs. Show your personal commitment to a
drug-free lifestyle through the symbol of the Red Ribbon, October
23 - 31st.

The Red Ribbon Campaign is now the oldest and largest drug
prevention program in the nation reaching millions of young
people during Red Ribbon Week, October 23 - October 31 each year.
Wear your Red Badge proudly and have the courage to say no to
drugs!!!


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Roy V. Andrews
T.A. Leonard
Laura Nye
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Hello Friends:
This is National Drug
Awareness Week and I amn/
encouraging each one of
you to take a stand
against the use of illegal
drugs. According to
statistics we are making L\
progress in an effort to
lower the use of drugs by
our young people. Let's continue
to work together to keep these numbers
falling. It is important that children and
parents communicate about the dangers of
drug use. If you have questions, concerns, or
issues seek advice. There are many qualified
people and resources to help. In partnership,
we can make a difference in the future of
Santa Rosa County by being Drug Free!


Wendell Hall, Sheriff
Santa Rosa County, Florida "


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you are having a great year. National Red Ribbon
Week is scheduled for October 23-31, 2006.'

Thank you for your participation as we unite for
a drug free America. Also, good luck to our 5-10
year old students as they participate in the Press
Gazette's coloring contest.
Thank you and keep up the good work!

Sincerely,



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Th a nta Rnosa Press Gazette


Obituaries


KELLER
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"Celebrating 26 Years"
572-5652


Nabors Offshore Corporation
We are now accepting applications for experienced Rou-tabouts-
and Floorhand- to work offshore. We offer a 7/7 and 14/14 work
schedule and an excellent benefits package which includes Medi-
cal. Dental, Life, & AD&D Insurance and a 401 (k) Retremcnti
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Notice of Book Closing


-Supervisor of Elections,


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Bodenstein, hereby gives Notice that the,
.Santa Rosa County voter registration-
-books will close on tuesday, october 10,
2006, at 4:30 p.m., for registration to be
eligible to vote in the General Election to
be held on November 7, 2006. Anyone
-with questions or comments should call,
,the Elections office at 983-1900.


Ann W. Bodenstein
Supervisor of Elections
Santa Rosa County, Florida


Fletcher,
Marian Jean
Marian Jean Fletcher, age
77, passed away Monday,
October 2, 2006 at a local care
facility. Mrs. Fletcher was a
native of Paducah, KY, and had
resided in Milton since March
of 1986. She was the owner and
operator df her'own beauty shop
before retiring and also worked
as a produce manager. She was
baptized in 'Harmony Baptist
Church in Paducah, and was a
member of Olivet Baptist.
Church'in Milton.,She was an
avid Bible student, devoting
much of her time to the study of
the Book of Revelation. She
was preceded in death by her
mother, Connie Hughes, and her
husband of 17 years, James
Howard Fletcher.
Mrs. Fletcher is survived by


her son,.Jim Fletcher, of Pace,
- FL; her daughter Sheila (Roger)
Broxson, of Milton, FL; one
granddaughter, Tippi Lampa, of
Chicago, IL; and one great-
grandson, T.J. Hallmark, of
Chicago, IL.
Graveside services for Mrs.
Fletcher will be 11 a.m.,
Thursday, October 5, 2006 with
Rev. Frankie Godsey, officiat-
ing. Burial will be in Serenity
Gardens with Lewis Funeral
Home' directing. Visitationwill
be from 6-8 p.m., Wednesday,
October 4, 2006 at Lewis
Funeral Home in Milton.
Pallbearers will be James'


Boston, Roland Henson, Mark
Smith, Terry Martin, Blaine
Phillips and Larry Coulter.
Lewis Funeral Home of
Milton will be in charge of
arrangements.

Peterson, Claude
Claude Peterson, age 71, of
Pace, Florida died on Tuesday,
September 26, 2006. Claude
was born in Mulat and was. a
lifelong resident, of Pace,
Florida. He had a longtime affil-
iation with Pace Assembly of
God Church. He was a 'U.S.
Marine Veteran of the Korean
War. He was a lifelong fisher-


man.
Mr. Peterson was preceded
in death by a son, Leo Mack
(Pee Wee) Peterson.
Mr. Peterson is survived by
his wife-Ruth Peterson; one
daughter-Anita (Randy)
Kirkland of Benton, Tennessee;
sisters-Thelma Perritt, Myrtle,
Lee Weekley and late husband*
Gilbert, and Inez (Rex) Godwin;
brothers-Horace Peterson and
late wife Odie, and Clarence
(Hazel) Peterson; three grand-
children - Alisha Peterson, Jack
Butts and Jasan Butts; three
great-grandchildren, several
step-children, step-grandchild,


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Class of 1959
reunion planned
, Milton High School Class of
1959 & Friends 47th Class
Reunion will be held Saturday,
October 14, 2006 at R\an's
Steak House at 5:00 p.m. Dutch
treat. Dress is casual.
For' more information call
626-0604 or 623-3626.

Friends of the
Gardens to meet
The quarterly meeting of the
Friends of the Gardens will be
held on Thursday, October 12,(
2006, inRoom 4902 ofBuilding
4900 on the Milton Campus of
the Pensacola Junior Co Ilege. A
light supper %\ill be available at
6:00 P.M. for $3.00. The busi-
ness meeting will begin at 6:301
followed by the program at 7.00
P.M. Dann\ Doege owner of,
Boo-For-You Bamboo Gardens-
which is off Gulf Breeze
Highway w ill speak on the dif-
ferent vaneues of bamboo The
public is invited and encouraged
to attend. For more information,
please call 983-5216. Ext. 113.

Quilting
Guild to meet
Piecemakers Quilting Guild
of Milton meets the second.
Monday (October 9) of each
month at 9:00. a.m. at the Milton
Library. For more information
please call Ren Baichelor at
, 994-1237.


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pendently," said Leonard."
Because of this fear, seniors are
a prime target for the unprinci-.
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deceptive financial schemes."
Registration is required and
seating is limited. To register,
call 1850 416-1620 or 1-
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older. Benefits include -free.
screening s. seminars, special in-
patient benefits such as a free
daily guest meal ticket and
nevspaperdelivery, a monthly
calendar of 'events detailing all
SeniorSpiri events, and a quar-
terly neIwsletter containing
health and eient information

Sacred Heart plans
Miracle Retreat
Sacred Heart Health Sy stem's
Miracle Camp. Nemours
Children's Clinic and the Sickle
Cell Association of Escarosa
% ill offer a free one-day retreat
for children and their families
who are coping sickle-cell ane-
mia.
Sickle Cell Family Field Day
' is planned for Saturday, Oct. 7
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Families of
:children with sickle cell anemia
also are invited to participate.
The field day is designed to be a


fun, engaging activity filled
with activities, games, food,
and arts and crafts.
Located in Escambia County
on Beulah Road, Miracle Camp
provides* a premier camp arid
retreat center for chronically
and.'or terminally ill children
and adults of all ages. as well as
individuals %\ho are physically
and/or emotionally challenged,
regardless of financial barriers
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pool, fishing pond, a central
campfire area, and more.
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Sickle Cell Family Field Day
and to make a reservation to
attend, call Bambi Provost,
director of Miracle Camp. at
(850)944-1677.

City
Council to meet
The .City of Milton's City
Council will meet in Regular
Session on Tuesday. October
10, 2006, at 5:00 p.m. in
Council Chambers of Citr Hall,
6738 Dixon Street. For further
information on the meeting.
contact the Cit\ Mlanager's
Office at 983-5411.


Healthy Start
Coalition to meet
The Healthy , Start Coalition
of Santa Rosa County, Inc. will
hold a general Board Meeting
on Monday., October 9, 2006 at
-4:00 p.m.( at the Berryhill
Complex, 6751 Berrn hill Street
in Milton.
All meetings are open to the
public.
For further information, con-
tact the Healthy Start Coalition
at 626-6751.

Steering
Committee to meet
The Milton, Relay For Life
Steering Committee members
are, encouraged to attend the
next meeting scheduled for
:Tuesday, October 10 at 6:00
p.m. at Berry hill Elemeniarn
School. The meeting is open to
an\ volunteerr \who would like to
help organize and plan the 2007
Milton Relay For Life. This
year's event will once again be
held at the Milton Campus of
PJC on April 27 and 28. We
invite you to take part in this
unique event. Registration is
available on-line at www.acsev-
ients.org/relay/fl/milton or by
contacting Leann McCombs at
293-1299.

Seniors'
seminar planned
Sacred Heart Hospital's
Senior Sen ices' program will
present a free seminar in
Pensacola on Thursday, October
19, from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. al
Sacred Heart Home Care, 213
E. Wright St., titled: "Nine Tips
for Seniors to Avoid Financial
Abuse: A Guide for Seniors and
Those Who Care for Them."
The seminar will cover how
to spot the signs of financial
exploitations and how to avoic
becoming a victim of financial
abuse. The speaker ;will be
Annalee Leonard, president ol
Mainstay Financial Group ir
Gulf Breeze.
"Seniors hold almost 80 per-
cent of the nation's wealth, yet
their main fear is that they wil


We are proud to announce
that once again, St. Rose of
Lima Catholic Church in
Milton will be holding our
annual International Fall
Festival on October 13-15,
2006.
All of the favorites will
return with food from many
nations, a coffee bar, entertain-
ment, amusement rides, bingo,
children's games, best-dressed
pet contest, and our popular 5K
run. \\e \ ill be hosting the NW
Florida Bloodmobile on
SaturdaN afternoon.
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INSIDE SALE
Fri. & Sat. 7am-?
5217 Canal Street
Antiques, wicker,
wingback chairs, 30
office chairs, 50 fold-
ing chairs, 60" round
tables, bikes, strol-
ler, carseat, doors ,
vintage formals,
much misc.
2-FAMILY YARD
Sale 7788-7789
Rustling Pines (off
South Airport) Great
buys for home, pa-
perback, dishes,
women's clothes
sm-ex-lg. Rain can-
cels. Oct. 7th Sat.
9am-4pm

BIG GARAGE Sale
some give aways
lots of nice stuff from
500 to $1.00, New
DVD's 500, plants
$2.00. Fri. & Sat. 8-
til 5153 Bent Tree
Rd. East Milton
HUGE YARD SALE
Oct. 7th Locklin
Field, Hwy 90, East
Milton. Many old and
unusual items, sev-
eral vendors. Come
see!


INSIDE AUCTION
October 9th at 6pm.
The Cedar Chest.
4263 Hwy 90- Pace
auctioneer.com
AU-1497
AB-1398
DON'T MISS THIS
ONE!
Antiques and Much
More,
995-4990
CLEANING OUT
Sale.
4754 Anna Simpson
Rd,, Milton. Fri. &
Sat: Oct. 6th & 7th.
7am-?
YARD SALE
5184 Springdale Dr.
October 7th, 8am-?
Lots of teen clothes,
furniture and misc.
YARD SALE
4512 Mesquite Dr.
Moving stuff out of
storage. Lots of
items and too much
to list.' Thurs.-Sat.
7am-?


YARD SALE YARD SALE
And BakeSale. Fri. Oct. 6th Allen-
town Rd. between
Pine Level Baptist town 'Rd. between
Pine Level Baptist Hwy 87 & 89. 1 1/2
Church in Jay. mile East of School.
3300 Pine Level 7am until? Books,
Church Road. Golf Clubs, old ice
Next door to Gab- 'box, anvil, fumiture,
bert Peanut Festival used corrugated tin,
October 7th. 2006 Christmas stuff,
8am to 1pm Coke stuff, collecti-
Lots of nice items bles and much
and home baked more.
cakes, pies and 3-FAMILY SALE
more. ' 4724 Silcox Ln., Oct.
Info: 675-6660 6th & 7th 7am-2pm.
Quilt scraps/craft
PREGNANCY RE- itmes, household
goods, clothes, old
SOURCE CENTER books and misc.
Benefit Yard Sale________
Sat. Oct. 7th 7am- 5-FAMILY MEGA
noon. Lots of good Yard Sale7th 8am?
stuff. 5736 Stewart 8585 Hickory Ham-
St. ' mock (Milton) off
_________ Ward Basin. Furni-
YARD SALE lure, glassware and
Saturday Oct. 7th. much more
from 6:00am until ? MOVING SALE
in Braircliff Subdivi- Fri. & Sat. East Mil-
sion (next to Ark An- ton 8150 Old Stage-
imal Hospital) on coach Rd. off North
Smmerfield ' Court. Airport. This was
Summeield ourt ncelled before
Clothes, toys, due to death in fami-
books, furniture, etc. ' ly. Follow Signs.


Covenant 7 and the nationally
acclaimed St. Rose de Lima.
Choir from Ba\ St. Louis.
Mississippi . which w as recently
featured on ABC's "Good
Morning America". Local
favorites will include Stephen
McFarren .and Kelton French,
the ever-popular Belles of St.
Rose, and the McGuire's Pipe
and Drum Band.
Our raffle this year will have
a Grand Prize of $5,000, a sec-
ond prize of $1,000 and a third
prize of $500. Raffle tickets are
available at our church office
or from any parish member at a
cost of $1. each or a book of six
for $5.
Hours of operation this year
will be:
Friday, October 13 from 5-
10 p.m. (IMa or Guy
Thompson to read proclama-
tion at 5 p.m.)
Saturday, October 14 from
noon-10 p.m.
Sunday, October 15 from
noon-5 p.m.
For more information,
please feel free to contact our
church office at 623-3600.


GYARESALES


YARDSALE
Woodbine Springs
Plantation
5049 Roland Rd.
Fri. & Sat. 7:30-
10:30 am
Baby and toddler
items, toys, knick-
knacks, clothes and
misc.
YARD SALE
No .room in new
house. Unpacking
and selling. 5579
Crestwood off of
Avalon. Thurs & Fri.
7am-3pm,
YARD SALE
Fri, & Sat. Oct. 6th &
7th. 7am-12pm.
3551 Haley Way
Take Chumuckla
Hwy from Hwy 90
approx. 3 miles on
left. '

YARD SALE
Sat. Oct. 7th 8am-
2pm 4337 Kelly Rd.
Proceeds to benefit
American Cancer
Society. Postponed
if rain.


'ARD SALE a
:riday & Saturday,
October 6th & 7th.
3am - ? .5549
Noodcrest Dr. Ava-
on Blvd - Red light ;
at Cyanamid Rd. IT
ALL MUST GOl!
Most $1 or less.
Many fall/holiday
items.
GARAGE SALE
3 family garage sale,
Sat. Oct 7th, 7am-
2pm. Children
clothes, toys, house-
hold items, books,
baby items. 6282
Pine Terrace Cr.
Milton

LARGE 3-FAMILY
Lots of treasures,
Don't miss this one!
Also - girls white,' 5-
pc. bedroom set
new $400. Comer of
Mandy Ln. & Brice
St. 8am-2pm. Fri. &
Sat.
ESTATE SALE
5423 Easy Street
.Sat. 7th 8am-noon.
Fenton glass, fumi-
ture, cookware &
collectables.


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step-great-grandchildren and
several nieces and nephews.
Funerals services were held
Thursday, September 28, 2006
at Pace Assembly - of God
Church. with Rev. Ron Carnley
officiating. Burial followed at
Hickory Hammock Cemetery.
Active pallbearers were
L.D. Henderson, Jasan Butts,
Phillip Faulk, Tony Sanford,
Mark Faulk, and Harry Faulk.
HonorarN pallbearers were
Charles Faulk, Charles
Thompson, and Jimmy
Flowers."
Jay Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.


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Business Review



Adams Pharmacy isn't just another drug store

Discover for yourself the services of an independent, hometown pharmacy


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By OBIE RAIN
Special Projects Writer
'Remember when a trip to
the drug store was an almost
pleasant experience? A time
when you could take your pre-
scriptions in. talk with the phar-
macist about your medications,
and get personal advice about
them from someone you knew
'and crusted ?And in addition to
(all this, have your order filled
while you waited?
i If you think such times are
.a thing of the past, then you
haven't * visited Adams
Pharmacy located at 6406
Highway 90 in Milton where
old fashioned customer service
with a smile, appreciation for
your business, and prompt
attention to your needs is the
order of the day -every daN!
If )ou'\e not had the
opportunity to visit the newly
remodeled and redecorated.
Adams Pharmacy, �ou have
'missed the chance to experi-
ence some of the finest cus-
.tomer ser% ice and down home.
;atmospheres you'll find any-
where in Milton. Or anywhere
.else, for that matter, period.
The goal of owners Paul
,and Melissa Adams is to con-
tinue reinventing the way.cus-
tomers view their pharmacy by
maintaining an atmosphere of,
neighborliness the way things
used to be' when the drug, store,
along with the post office:, was
the central "connecting" place
'for area residents.
A lot of Nou can remember
*'those former days when every-
one knew each other and their
local pharmacist by name and.
'felt comfortable discussing
'their prescription medications
and over the counter drugs % ith
him. That's the way Registered
Pharmacist Paul Adams would
like it to be again, and he's
making every effort to achieve
just such an environment. .
As early as high school,
Paul realized that he had a call-
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service career. He liked work-
ing with people and was sure
that whatever he decided to do
would involve helping people
achieve a better quality of life.
He was good in math and
chemistry,. and decided later on
that the pharmaceutical indus-
try would probably offer him
the best opportunity to do what
he wanted to do most. '
After receiving his
Pharmacy Degree from
Samford University in
Birmingham, Alabama, Paul
spent his first 11 years as a
pharmacist working with. the
larger retail outlets. But some-
how he says he just didn't
achieve the satisfaction that he
had expected to get from his
work. These positions simply
did not afford him the sufficient
personal contact and "hands
on" consultations he w ished to
experience with his customers.
So he decided to go into
business for himself. By his
own admission it was one of
the smartest moves he ever
made, and he's never once
regretted it.
", Being my own boss gives
'me the leverage I need to do
things the way I want to do
'them," he said. He:gets a great
deal of satisfaction out of the
personal contact he had with
his customers,' often finding
that his efforts ma\ have made
someone's life a little easier or
their day a little brighter.
After 17 years of experi-
ence, six of %which he has had
his o"wn business. Paul is con-
%inced that the concept of a,
community pharmacy is .one
that w ill work as well today as
it did in generations past.
Studies have show n that the
smaller independent pharma-
cies offer more personal atten-
tion and more useful informa-
tion about both prescription
drugs and over the counter
remedies. Independent pharma-
cies are also perceived to be
more professional and more
sensitive to their customers'


PERSONALIZED CUSTOMER SERVICE ALWAYS AVAILABLE-
At Adams Pharmacy you're the most important person, and the atten-
tion the. give in customer service is a %alue that's never included on
your bill! Owners Paul and Melissa Adams appreciate your business,
and it shows! (Photo by Obie Crain.)


needs.
"I believe in treating cus-
tomers with the care and atten-
tion they deserve," he says.
."That just was not always s pos-
sible in the larger retail phar-
macies. Hal ing m\ own phar-
macy allow\ s me the opportuni-
ty to help people individually.
answer all their health question.
and make their lives a little
brighter. That's why I w ent to
pharmacy school in the first
place."
Customers discover when
they visit Adams Pharmacy.
that the environment is refresh-
ingly different, too. Jewelry'
display cases are filled with a
vivid, assortment of gifts and
affordable fine jewelry that
serve as a distraction from the
awaiting period that may occur
while a prescription is being
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Paul says fine arts, jewelry
especially, has always been
one of his great interests, and
when he opened his own store,
he decided to incorporate the
concept into the retail area.
-"People find the jewelry dis-
play, cases refreshing, and
sometimes shop for variouss
items after their prescription
needs ha'e been taken care
of," Paul said. "We display;
items that are immediately
available for sale, or we can
talk' with customers about spe-
cialty items that can be ordered
for later delivery," he said.
Customers will also find
over the counter items shelved
where ;they can examine them
at eye level. The waiting area
is comfortable, although
chances are that you won't
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ing outside.
The warmth and friendli-
ness that greet you when you
enter the store at Adams
Pharmacy immediately let you
know that this business is dif-
ferent than those large chain
stores. Your pick up window is
handy, and it's not necessary to
walk a great distance to find
the "pharmacy department" as
it is in a lot of those larger
stores.
And 'at Adams Pharmacy
it's not necessary to sacrifice
low prices to get their special
brand of service either.
Although it may not be listed
in your insurance because it
may be a 'smaller store, Adams
Pharmacy accepts most insur-
ance carriers, Medicaid,' and
workmen's compensation
insurance so your co-pay will
be the same as at any other
.drug store. ..
You may even end up pay-
ing less for )our medication at
Adams Pharmacy because they
often meet or beat the competi-
tors' prices for some expensive
drugs.
And last but not insignifi-
cant, both Paul and Melissa
Adams are area residents. Both
were educated in Okaloosa
Counts and are well acquaint-
ed with the local area and a lot
of its people. Melissa is a psy-
chology therapist at Baptist
Hospital, %% ith a 14-year career
of her own. But she takes a
great interest in the store and
i ill often be one of the people
you'll meet \\hen you visit.
Paul Adams is an active
Republican Party member and
has received numerous awards
for his dedicated service,
including being named a 2006
Republican of the Year from
Florida. The award was just
recently announced by the
National. Republican
Congressional Committee's
Business Advisory Council,
which will present the award
later this fall.
He has also been included


in the "Guide to America's
Top Pharmacists", 2006
Edition, by Consumers'
Research Council of America.
This nonpartisan recognition
is based on a point value sys-
tem that awards points for
education, years in practice,
and affiliations with profes-
sional pharmaceutical related
organizations' and associa-
tions.
Paul is the proud % inner of
the 2005 Ronald Reagan
Republican Gold Medal, and
was named Businessman of
the Year for the same period
by the National Republican
Congressional Committee.
This award was presented dur-
ing a ceremony in
Washington, D. C. where Paul
had dinner with President
George W. Bush. Paul also
received the 2006
Congressional Medal of
Distinction.
The Adamses have two
children, eight year old Evan
and five year old Morgan.
You'll sometimes see them at
the store, too.
Store hours at Adams
Pharmacy are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Monday through Friday and 9
a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturdays.
They are closed on Sundays.
Come by when you need
your next prescription filled.
They are located next to the
Ford dealership on the north
side of Highwvay 90. Or you
can be in touch %ith them at
(850) 623-6377.
See for yourself that it's
not your ordinary, run of the
mill "drug store." It's in a
class of its own, and once you
discover it, you'll like the way
they do business.
Things are always happen-
ing at Adams Pharmacy, but
they are never too busy to take
the appropriate time to see that
your needs are adequately
met-with pleasure!
To ..them there are no
strangers, only friends they
haven't met!


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Page 10-A The Santa Rosa Press Gazette Wednesday October 4~ 2006


Lifestyles

Smiths celebrate 70 year anniversary


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When he was 16 years old,
Archie Smith saw Bessie
Hardy for the first time. She
was 12 years old. He told his
brother he would marry that
girl some day.
And he did.
Seventy-years later, the
couple is celebrating.
After what seemed to be a
fated beginning, Archie and
Bessie Smith have spent a life-
time together. The couple says
they have never been separated
in all those years.
. The Smiths: and their chil-
dren settled in Milton in 1953.
Their children graduated from
Milton High School. All of
their grandchildren graduated
from Milton High School.


They have two. children,
Martha Jo and Joseph Waylon
Smith. They have three grand-
children, and six great-grand-
children-all living within a
30-mile radius of their home.
They say they are blessed
with close family. Over the
years, ,they have developed
many good friends who seem
like family. Both are well,
known as major prayer war-
riors in the Milton area.
They credit their belief in


God with their long lives and
marriage.
On October 4, they will
open their home at 6436
,Magnolia Street, Milton, to
their family and friends. All are
invited to .celebrate with them.
Visitors are Welcome to come
by any time during that day to
have refreshments and "bless
them with ,your presence, but
please, no presents."
They say your visit will be
gift though.


Bnan and Kath\ DeLong celebrated their 10h anniver-
sarN on September 28. 2006. The\ are the parents of Case
and Keith.




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Vermnion. Ohio in 1946. and mo'ed to NMlton in 1990 after
i retirement from the Boeing Company. The\ hate three daugh-
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A iob Well Done!


Ken Smith retires after 28 years
am-arume-wor sum mmmm mmanr:-m nyw:w - .


Ken Smith has served on the Santa Rosa Bounty School Board
for the past 28 years. Longer than any School Board member in
our county's history and one of the longest terms in the state of
Florida. Smith served under Supervisors of Public Cducation

]adford fl. ock/in, Bennett C. Russell and Jhn koyers.
Smith truly assisted in bringing our school system into the 2/st
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Page 11-A


The Sainta Rosa Press Gazette


Legal Notices


AMENDED NOTICE OF
SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that
pursuant to WRIT OF EXECU-
TION Issued in the County
Court of Hillsborough County,
Florida, on -the 6TH day of
July, 2006, in the cause
wherein RAILROAD AND
INDUSTRIAL .CREDIT
UNION, . was plaintiff and
PHYLISS ANN DEEN AND
DANIEL L. DEEN were defen-
dants, being Case No. 05-
13723-SC in 'said court, I,
Wendall Hall, As Sheriff of
Santa Rosa County, Florida,
have levied upon all the right,
title, and interest of the defen-
dant, Daniel L Dean in and to
the following described p.ea
onal property, to wit: .
DESCRIPTION OF PROPER-
TY
1987 CHEVROLET
CORVETTE
VIN # 1G1YY2185H5127118
I shall offer this property for
sale, at east front door of the
Santa Rosa Criminal Justice
Facility, In Milton, Santa Rosa
County, Florida, at the hour of
1:00 p.mt. on the 24th day of
October, 2006, Or as soon
thereafter as possible, I will
offer for sale all the said defen-
dant's, DANIEL L. DEEN,
right, title and interest In the
aforesaid personal property, at
public auction and will sell the'
same, subject to taxes, all
prior liens, encumbrances and
judgments, If any to the high-
est and best bidder for CASH


IN HAND. The proceeds to be
applied as far as may be to the
payment of costs and the sat-
isfaction of the above
described execution.
WENDELL HALL, SHERIFF
OF SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
BY: J.E.CHESSHER
James E. Chessher.
Deputy Sheriff
IF YOU HAVE A DISABILITY
REQUIRING SPECIAL.
ACCOMMODATIONS OR TO
ARRANGE TO VIEW THE'
PROPERTY, 'PLEASE CON-
TACT JANICE PLATT (850)
983-1281 AT LEAST SEVEN
(7) DAYS PRIOR TO THE
SALE DATE.
092006
092706
100406
101106

NOTICE OF ACTION .
BEFORE THE BOARD OF
NURSING
IN RE: The license to nurs-
Ing
Susan Springer Davidson,
1432 El Sereno Place
Gulf Breeze, FL32563
CASE NO.: 2005-68386
LICENSE NO.: RN 2927512
The Department of Health has
filed an Administrative
Complaint against you, a copy


of which may be obtained by
contacting, Ollie Evans,
Assistant General Counsel,
Prosecution Services Unit,
4052 Bald Cypress Way, Bin
#C65, Tallahassee Florida
32399-3265, (850) 245-4640
If no contact has been made
by you concerning the above
by November 1, 2006, the
matter of the Administrative
Complaint will, be presented at
an ensuing meeting of the
Board of Nursing In an Infor-
mal proceeding.
In" accordance with the
Americans with Disabilities
Act, persons needing a spe-
cial accommodation to partici-
pate in this proceeding should
contact the individual or
agency sending this notice not
later than seven days prior to
the proceeding at the address
given on the notice.
Telephone: (850) 246-4640, 1-
800-955-8771 (TDD) or 1-
.800-955-8770(V), via Florida
Relay Service.
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Legal Advertisement .
Pursuant to Rule 3-7.10 of the
Rules of Discipline of The
Florida Bar, Randall J.
Eirnerdge, of " Pensacola,
Fiorlaa na petitioned the
Supreme Court of Florida for
reinstatement to The Florida
Bar. Any persons , having


knowledge bearing upon the
petitioner's fitness or qualifica-
tions to resume the practice of
law should contact M.
Underwood, Staff Investigator
for The Florida Bar, at (850)
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ext. 6770.
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Notice of Public Meeting
Shores of Santa Rosa
Community Develooment

The regular
meeting df the Board of
Supervisors of the Shores of
Santa Rosa Community
Development District'.will be
held on October 12, 2006 at
10:00 a.m. (CDT) at the
Navarre Library located, at
8484 James Harvell Road;
Navarre, Florida 32566..The
purpose of the meeting is to
consider organizational mat-
ters related to the District; to
consider 'certain operating
policies for the conduct of
District business; to consider
services and facilities to be
pro.oaed :by ire District and
ire nirari.:ing pian for same
,arl nlr, clr.r busirnas aivr.cr.
ma, property come aelrA id
Trr. meaning rmay Oc conur..
uea 1io a .late lime ana pla.i:


to be specified on the record which the appeal is to be
at the meeting, based.


The meeting is open to the
public and will be conducted in
accordance with the provi-
sions of Florida Law for
Community Development
Districts. There may be occa-
sions when .one or more
Supervisors will participate by
telephone. At the above loca-
tion there will be present a"
speaker telephone so that any
person can attend the meeting
at the above location and be
fully informed of the discus-
sions taking place either in
person or by telephone com-
munication.
Pursuant to provisions of the'
Americans .with Disabilities
Act, any'person requiring spe-
cial accommodations to par-
.ticipate in this meeting. is
asked to advise the District
Office .at '(813). 933-5571, at
least' 48 hours before the
meeting. If you are hearing or
speech impaired, please con-
tact the Florida Relay Service
at 1(800) 955-8770, who can
aid you in contacting the
District Office.
A person who decides to
appeal ar,, ,Ic.-,,n made by
imre Bolra en .aspect-to any
matter considered at the
meeting. is advised that this
same person will need a -
.:ord f ihE , pro.:e.:edir.n and
"hal accorinr.g.i1' rte per',in
-r,a nre d c ior,.jr.ie mnal a Zr.
batim record of the proceed-
ings Is made, Including the
testimony and evidence upon


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NOTICE OF MONTHLY
MEETING OF THE SANTA
ROSA BAY BRIDGE
AUTHORITY
The Santa Rosa Bay, Bridge
Authority will conduct a SPE-
CIAL authority meeting at 5:30
p.m., Wednesday, October
11, 2006, in .the Florida
Department of Transportation
(FDOT) Conference Room C,
located at 6025 Old Bagdad
Highway, Milton, Florida. For
further information call (850)
981-2718.
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NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Communications
Equipment Building
� . r.:.e , r,rc, g. i.n lhaT |ihe,
Boar.3 .:.I C ur.,
C.:.mmn �. ,r:re[ ' ,Sa r.Ia RoSea
.County, Florida, will receive
sealed, bids for the purchase
of a Communications
Equipment Building.
All bids must be original and
delivered by hand, Fed Ex,, or
mail to the Office of the Santa
Rosa Count. PrFrr.urc,rment
Department, '649 CC.rolr.c,
Street Suite G. M.lirc.n.
FliOlda, 32570; and must be
received by 10:00" a.m.,


November 7, 2006, at which
time bids will be opened and
read aloud. All Interested par-.
ties are Invited to attend.
Questions concerning this
equipment should be directed
to Scott Markel at (850) 983-
5249.
Specifications and bid form
may be- secured from Santa
Rosa County Webs.ie
(www.santarosa.fl.gov/bids) or
at the Santa Rosa County
Procurement Department at
the above address. Telephone
165001 S83'i 3j Bdlo receli.ed
nlearr mte I.rre ast lr ir.,e I.,d
opening will be rejected and
returned unopened to the bid-
der.
The Board of County
Commissioners, reserves the
right to waive irregularities In
bids, to reject any or all bids
with or without cause and to
a�arJd ir.e O Ii ha I deir.
rr..ne3 r1 t.e .n Ir. tle'I l,'er,-
of Santa Rosa County.
Santa .Rosa County does not
discriminate on the basis of
race, color, 'national origin,
sex, religion, age, and handi-
capped status in employment
or'provision of service.
By order :of the Board, of
County Commissioners of
Santa Rosa County, Florida.
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Notice of Public Sale


Pursuant to ch 713.585(6)
85.09 f.s., Donna Calazzo, as
authorized Title Specialist for
All Pro Tune Up will sell the fol-
lowing to the highest bidder
subject to any liens; net pro-
ceeds deposited w/clerk of
court per 713.585; owner/lien-
holders right to a hearing per
713.585(6) 85.09 f.s.; to post
bond per 559.917 f.s.; owner
may redeem vehicle fo( cash
sum of lien; all sales held
w/reserve; inspect 1 wk prior
@ llenor facility; cash only;
anyone interested ph
(850)477-0074, or 292-2911;
Sale date 10-23-06 @ 1 pm
@104 E. Nine Mile Rd.,
Pensacpla, FL 32534
2000 Dodge
'.'r.iB7HC I6'9NYS535275
lien amt. $577.04 for
labor/services and storage
charges. Owner: Alfred Albert
Broader, 5613 Oriole St.,
Milton, FL 32570; Customer:
Alfred Ro,.-er 5301 East
Avenida deC Go., Pace, FL
32571; Lienholder: Credit
Acceptance ,Corporation,
25505 W. 12 Mile Rd,
.:..utr,]hel.3 .11 48034; Lienor:
411 Pro Tune Up, 6216 Hwy. 90,
W., Milton, FL 32570, ph
(850)983-3230.
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NOTICE OF PROPOSED
ORDINANCE ENACTMENT


Lasting control of pesty mole crickets is here


By Theresa Friday
Pest mole crickets. have
been problems in most parts of
Florida for about 100 years.
The tawny, southern and short
winged mole crickets arrived
as stowaways in ships' ballast.
As their populations increased
and spread, they became sig-
nificant pests of crops, tutf
grasses, and pasture grasses.
In 1978,-the University of
Florida began researching
mole crickets. In 1985, they)
began concentrating ' their
efforts on biological control
methods. Biological control is
defined, as the use of living
organisms or their products to
control pest populations. Three,
biological control methods
were studied and released-a
wasp, a fly and a nematode.
The mole cricket hunter, or
Larra bicolor wasp, was'
released in the Gainesville area
in 1989 and has proven to be
helpful in controlling pest mole
crickets. Adult Larra wasps are
usually seen feeding at certain
types of flowers. When they are
not feeding at flowers, these
wasps are seldom seen. A lucky
or patient observer mayn.see a
female wasp running on the
ground during the brightest
hours of the da\. With luck, the


observer will see the female'
wasp enter a tunnel made by a
mole cricket. Shortly thereafter.
a mole cricket may be seen
emerging from the ground,
with the wasp in pursuit. She.
will pounce on it, wrestle with
it, and sting it on its soft under-
side, thus immobilizing it for a'
few minutes. As the mole crick-
et lies immobile on the ground,
the wasp lays a single egg on its
underside. Once an egg has
been laid, the -,asp leaves the
mole cricket. The mole cricket
soon recovers from its tempo-
rary paralysis , and burrows
back into the ground. After the
Swasp larva hatches from the
egg. it feeds externally on the
mole cricket and e\entuall\
kills it.
The Larra wasp is not an
aggressive wasp and will not
harm animals or humans unless
intentionally. bothered. The
sting of the Larra wasp is
unpleasant, but by no means as
painful as that of paper wasps
or bees. The Larra wasp was,
due to be released in Santa
Rosa County in the fall of
2005. However, following
Hurricane Dennis, the wasp,
sho\%ed up on its 6wn.
In order to successfully uti-
lize this biological method of


controlling pest mole crickets
you should attract them to Nour
pasture or landscape by provid-
ing host plants that provide,
nectar for the adults. One such
host plant is Spermacoce \erti-
cillata, or shrubby false button-
weed.
Shrubby false buttonweed is
not commercially available. If
you would liketo receive a free
shrubby false buttonweed plant
or seeds, join us for the'
UF/IFAS Santa Rosa County
Extension Fall Field Day on
Saturday, October 14 from 8
a.m. to noon'. More information
is available on'our Extension




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The deliberate planting of
this \ ildflonter helps to sustain
year-round Larra %asp popula-
tions in Florida. In time. as the
Larra \ asp populations spread,
they , ill reduce mole cricket
populations. This biological
control does, not have a quick
"knock-down" result but it's
more permanent and is, in the
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impaired or visually impaired should contact Mrs.
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provided. Any non-english speaking person wishing to
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CERN:
Please be advised that on the
10TH day of October, 2006 at
5:01 p.m., CDT, at the City
Council meeting room at the
City Hall at 6738 Dixon Street,
In the City of Milton, Florida,
there will be proposed for
enactment an Ordinance
whose title Is as follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 1220-06
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING
ORDINANCE NO. 1014, BY
AMENDING SECTION 15-15,
SCHEDULE OF LICENSE
FEES TO CLARIFY THE FEE'
FOR INDEPENDENT SELL-
ERS WITHIN GROUP SALE
ESTABLISHMENTS SUCH
AS ANTIQUE OR CRAFT
MALLS, PROVIDING FOR
SEVERABILITY REPEALING
ALL ORDINANCES IN CON-
FLICT H-EREWITH -AND PRO.
viDING All EFFECTIVE
DATE.
Tr.r- Orainance i ,. rile ,n ine
Cir, Clears of,:ea lor in.pec-
Ior, Any inilersrle pany may ,
appear a ithe feeling ana De
heard . wIh respecttio Ihe pro-
posed Ordinance.
This the 29th day of
September, 2006.
Cry Clerr
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Page 12 A I The Santa Rosa Press Gazette

^^ Komerstone


"In the twinkling of an eye...


By PAMELA HOLT
Press Gazette Staff Wrt er
Santa Rosans live in the
Bible belt. Most have heard
something of 'end times
prophecy.' But as the crisis in
the Middle East between Israel
and Lebanon continues-even
amidst a ceasefire-it seems
it's been spoken of more often
and people have it-on their,
minds.
As motorists drive through
town, they see church mar-
quees stating. 'Jesus is
Returning,' and 'The Rapture,'
and the messages cross denom-
inations.
Many times in recent histo-
ry, World events have caused
people to stop and reflect on
whether or not 'the end' is near.
Edgar Whisenant wrote a
book in 1988 stating 88 rea-
sons why Jesus would return
on Rosh Hashanah, and after
September 11, many people
returned .to their community
church-prompted by fear
spawned from the terrorist,
attacks.
Local pastors have come
together in one accord--with-
out a community meeting.
'They have several similarities
with their faith and their mes-
sage to their congregations:
His return is soon.
I Pastor Frankie Godsey. of
Olivet Baptist Church located
on Dogwood Dri\e. believes
Marnheov 24 describes current


events.
"We're in the end time
church era -the Laodiceans
church age. That's the last
church age .before Jesus comes
back to take His church-
which is His bride-home to
introduce us to His Father and
then for the marriage and the
Marriage Supper of the Lamb.
"The Laodicean age is an
age where we're increased with
goods and ha\ e need of nothing
and that's our society today.
We think %we don't need God or
the church. Most of us don't
heed doctors, we have good
jobs and 'when we need you,
God, we'll call you.'
"We went to the Messianic
synagogue and temple. An
Orthodox Jewish Rabbi named
Rubin was 'there and we lis-
tened to him share about
rebuilding the Jewish temple -
the third Holy Temple.
"He blew us awa. because
they're making the holy half-
sheckles out of 95ct pure sil-
%er. As far as I can tell. the
church age must be oser before
God picks up with the seven
last kingdom )ears," explains
Godsey. ,
He refers to the seen years
between the Rapture and a
1.000-year reign of Christ on
earth as the Great Tribulation
period. During this time. he
sa\s the Jewish Holy Temple
-will be.re-built. It is his under-
standinig of Biblical prophecy\


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

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the church v ill be raptured
(snatched) out before the tem-
ple will be re-built. .
Pastor Jason Pool of the
Bagdad First Assembly of God
says he believes the end clock
began ticking in 1948 when
Israel became a nation: He
also states Genesis 6:11 states
in the last days of Noah, vio-
lence filled the land. and says
scripture states this will happen
in the last days as %well.
"If Israel is at war, the
world's at wsar. If Israel is at
peace, the world is, at peace.
As for events leading up to the
end times, terrorist networks
are making statements to take'
over the world, and they plan
to. .
"Islam believes their great
leader will come to take over
the world. They believe this
leader will be' a peacemaker,"
explains Pool. "We know he-
will be a great decei\ er, known
to us as the antichrist."
Pool believes nuclear war
is immanent. "It's never hap-
pened before %with terrorist
nuclear threats and Israel being
involved with so many wars.
Only by the grace of God
another terrorist attack hasn't
happened.
"Israel is a sovereign
nation. She's the pupil of
God's eye, which is the most
sensitive part of His eye. The
Bible says to pray for the peace
of Israel." states Pool.
Pool and GodseN believe
there are no prophetic signs for
the rapture of the church, only
foreshadowing w ith the second


" The Rapture


coming.
Both Pool and Godsey
believe humanity is living in
the last days before the coming
.of the Jesus Christ.
"'Hard times are coming,
.but for a believer-don't get
into fear. We have hope," states
Pool.
Still,' not .all theologians
agree on whether the church
will be required to go through
the Tribulation. Some, called
pre-tribulation, believe the
church will be taken "before
the tribulation." Others, called
mid-tribulation, believe- the
church %will be raptured 3.5
years into the seven-year tribu-
lation. And,still others, called
"'post-tribulationists.' believe
the church will'be taken only
after going through the seen
years of trials and tribulations.
"Most of Matthew 24 is
about the second coming of
Christ, but they are foreshad-
owings of the rapture.
Whatever someone's theologi-
cal issues are: pre-tribulation,
mid-tribulation or post-ntribula-
tion, %we know He's returning
soon. We have to be prepared.
Ye must be born again,"
exclaims Godsey.
But as many pastors pro-
claim the second coming-
t. ing it to current world events.
other skeptics say there is noth-
ing more "end-ltime related"
today than at any other time in
the past.

Story written by Pamela
Holt. Reach her at:
holt@ sr-pg.coIm


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Arts and crafts' vendors are needed for P
The Fall Fest at Eternal Trinity Lutheran
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Wednesday October 4, 2006


Ask the Preacher
..a eekly column ansu ering your ques-
ions with Biblical answers about lite.

Dear Pastor Gallups, " I hate heard you say that the Roman
Catholic Church and New Testament Chris~an churches are not even
remotely the same. I thought they itere very much the same." T.S. -
East Milton

Dear T.S., The fact that the Roman Catholic Church and
E. angelical. New Testament Christianity are not the same, is a well-
documented fact of history. ARoman Catholic Priest, Martin Luther,
who after doing a thorough research of the Word of God, realized that
the Roman Catholic system was not Biblicall3 correct in many ways
and began the Protestant Reformation of the 1500's. He posted his 95
reasons on the church door at Wittenburg. Germany and, the
Reformauon began.
Out of this reformation of the .Catholic: sN stem came denomina-
tions like the Methodists, the Lutherans, the Episcopalians, etc. Even
in these denominations today you may still observe some Catholicc
like" elements. This is because the Catholic Church was their original
heritage.
There' have ALWAYS been New Testament Christians, however,
who were NE\NTR a part of the Roman Catholic system. Most of our
earliest forefathers came from these groups and fled Europe to escape
the persecution of the Catholic Church and/or the Church of England.
Very briefly, the Roman Catholic Church and the New Testament
commururv of believers differ on. at least, the three fundamentals of
New Testament Christianity.
I .The absolute and sole deity of Jesus Christ.
2. The absolute and sole authority of the Bible.
3. And that Salhation is b) the Grace of God. ALONE.
The Catholic Church promotes. to one degree or another, the deifi-
cauon of Marn and the Saints: it gives the Pope and Church History a
place of equal authonrt with the Bible and it declares that one is saved
THROUGH the Catholic Church and sacraments.
Now. I hate been asked. based upon the facts of the above infor-
maton. if I happen to believe that all Catholics are "lost". NM) answer
is that I do NOT believe that, anymore than I believe that all Baptists
are sa% ed' One is saved or lost dependent upon %w whether one is borri
again and surrendered to Jesus Christ and Huin ALONE as Lord.

Carl Gallups is the Pastor ol'Hickor' Hamoninck Baptit Cmhurch in hilon.
He las a Bachelor of Sciencc deerecftr,n Florida Static o.'verim. and a Master
of LDi,'mnri .'omn 7The Vei Orclans Baptist nTcological Semitimarn He h;as been
pastor sof HHBC since 19.W7 He .riesn as tan hitcrnanonal oath Eiangelist lor
ihe Southern Baptist Conrie inon since 1990 preaching all over the LUS. and
Ctmada For mort mornianon about HHBC, call 623.-859 or , sit our websit
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Dixie Barrell Racing
on Oct. 7 in Baker
The Dixie Barrell Racing
Association is hosung a $2.1i00
added Open -t-D event on Oct.
7 in Baker. Fla.
This %% ill be followed by the
DBR-A's reguatr monthly shot
on Sunday.
D Entry fee's for the Open 4-
D is $40 with a $20 entr\ fee
for the Youth 3-D, and $12 for
the PeeWee 2-D.
Belt buckles will be a\ward-
ed to the winners in each Pee
Wee Di\ ision.
For more information you
can call 850-537-8918 or 850-
S944-0968.
PSAhhodswresdg

The Pens.acola Sports
Association and the Northeast
YMfCA .\ ill hold youth
kwrest[Jng for ages kindergarten
through 12th crade.
This program is taught by
Olympic Coach Rob Hermann.
\who is currently coaches the
U.S. Nav\ \\restling Team at
NAS Pensacola.
The Youth Wrestling
Program %\ill begin Nov. 6 and
meet each Nlonday from 4:30 to
6 p.m.
For more information or to
register \otu can contact the
Northeast YMCA at 478-1222.
Fal Bream Tomey is
set for Oct 7 and 8
Bluegill Bait and Tackle
\\ill hold their Annual Fall
Bream Tournament Oct. 7
and Oct. S at Smith s Fish
Camp
O er $ 10.00(0 in cash and
prizes to be a\tarded.
Limit t two people per
boat and all boats \will be
checked and must lauch from
Smith's Fish Camp.
A limit of 50 bream \\ill
be weighed per boat' as fish-
ing is open to Escambia.
Tellow, and Black- after
River.
-All fish must meet ,all
state laws.
Captain's meeting is set
for Oct. 6 at t p.m.
For nore information call
9- 1.. 'l-7 '82 or 49-14-665 1.
Milton Recreation is
in need of officials
The City of,Milton's Park
,and Recreation Department is
looking for 3outh basketball
officials for the upcoming
2006-07 season.
Basketball games will be
Sheld --on. Saturday's and some
'weekdays.
If' you are interested and
would like more information
contact John Norton at 983-
.5466.

Pensacola Power
tryouts announced
The Pensacola Powt er
Women's Football Team has
announced tryout sessions
-through Oct. 15. '
Registration will begin at
1:30 p.m. and the tryout . 'ill go
from 2 to-4 p.m.
Tryout locations are 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 tryout in Ft. Walton
Beach havenot 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.


District opener sees key losses


17 Pace loses to Gators; Milton loses quarterback to injury


By BILL GAMNBLIN
PG Sports Edtor
Last year Milton and Pace
were celebrating big opening
night victories when they
played their first district games
in Class 4A.
How times have changed in
a year.
Million held off a hard
charging Tate squad and suf-
fered the loss of their starting
quarterback Dustin Land, %lho
suffered a broken collar bone in
the second quarter, while Pace
saw turnovers and penalties
hurt them as they opened dis-
trict play with a lost to


Escambia Counry.
The Panthers (4-2; 1-0.)
quickly built a 14-3 lead by the
end of the first quarter as Taris
Brown put Milton on the board
with a 6-yard run with 8:44
remaining
Tate's Blake Erickson
would kick a 23-yard field goal
to make it 7-3. but Milton was-
n't done.
On their next possession
the Panthers made quick work
of the Tate defense and
marched down the field on a
drive that was capped b.
Brown's second touchdown of
the quarter from two-.ards out.


Drew Winkles added the
point after making it 14-3.
In the second quarter Land
went dovn and sophomore
quarterback Mike McMillion
took over the offense and led
the Panthers on a drive that
ended %when Christian Woods
scored from the one \with 3:23
remaining.
Up 21-3 the Panthers
seemed to be in control, but
someone forgot to tell the
Aggies offense the game \was
supposed to be o\er.
Tate would score on two
Terrell Witherspoon touch-
downs in the second-half as


the\ scored 13 unanswered
points.
His second touchdown
from 17 Nards out came \inh
10:17 remaining in the ame.
but Tate's run for tmo points
\\as stopped b� the Panthers
defense.
They would make one more
stand %ith 1:30 remaining in
the game to hold on and turn
back the Aggies 21-16.
For Pace the\ had their
chances to come from behind.
but for the first time in a while e
the Patriots were stopped
With the score 16-10 in
faxor of the Gators -1-2: 1-01.


Pace wkas threateninri in the
final moments until quarterback
Patrick Coogan was sacked on
[Mo different occasions and a
fumbled snap sent Pace 14-2. 0-
1 backwards 23 sards,
Penalties bN the Patriots
gate Escanibia their first lead at
3-0 when Mattn Carsiens split
the uprights fiom 20 ..irds out.
Defensitel. on the dri.,e
Pace stopped the Gators at their
own 17 and force a punt. but a
roughing the kicker penalty
kept the drive ali'e
Down 9-0 Pace nnalilH got
on the board when Tre Daniels
Set. FOOTBALL./ P. 2B


. Rough runs for Santa

JRosa teams Saturday

SEJay sets pace ati Pine Forest in'vitational


Hunter Boutwell is
Liberty County.





'In


killing a hole created Dy the jay ottensive line early in rnaay s z i-o nome loss to
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin




like a lion'


L7Jay allows 21 unanswered points in district loss


By NONA BARDIN
PG Spr t. C,.i-. r, \ n i i
Jay started the game on top,
but \%ere v.om down late as
the. became a victim of the
Bulldog's bite 21-6 ut home.
The Royals 11-5: 0-3 in
Disinct I-Ai took an early 6-0
lead <\hen Brandt Hendncks
%worked his %a\N down the line
of scrimman e for a 61-\ard
touchdown with 7:53 before
halftime..
: after the, Hendricks touch-
down the defensive battle con-
tinued until Jay \vas called for
tmo untimel\ penalties to help
Liberty Count\ 14-1. l-11


march their %ta. dow% n the field.
The first penall wtas a per-
sonal foul for a grabbing the
face mask and the second one.
%which sent Jay head coach
Elijah Bell over the edge. was a
hit on a Bulldog receiver \\ho
\\as ruled down because his
knee touched to catch a pass
from Malcom Hogans.
Liberty Count% would take
the lead with 45 seconds before
halftime whenn Hogans found
Kareem Waldker from four \ yards
out.
DefensiIley Ja. \\as pretty
thin with the loss of several
players due to injury. - Rush


Jim Clark Day


-I

Milton's Jim Clark reacts as Santa Rosa County Commissioner
Tom Stewart reads a proclamation designating Sept. 30 as Jim
Clark Day in Santa Rosa County for his service to the youth in
Santa Rosa County for 35 years during his 60th birthday celebra-
tion at the Red Barn in Milton.


Hendricks ACL i, J.D.
Diamond broken legi. Tyler
DeGraaf illness i - Bell chose
to use Brandt Hendricks as a
safety on defense.
The biggest play of the
night came for the Bulldog
offense. After coughing the ball
up but recovering it themselves,
Libertm Count\ running back
Er\in Youne ran 34-',ards to
end the game to ice the game
for LibertN County b. making it
14-6 with 6- 16 remaining.
"The. got the better of us."
stated Bell. "Next week %we'll
change terv little during fall
See. JAY. P,. 2B


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sp..'ris Editoi
Saturday's Pine Forest
In itational proved to be a
rather sizable challenge for the
Santa Rosa Counts teams -who
traveled to the Escambia
Equestrian Center.
Jay. Milton. and Pace all.
competed, but not eten the
highly favored Washington
High program could stop
Houston High from sweeping
both boys and girls titles.
On the boys side Houston
won the title with 41 points fol-
lowed by Father R\an with 95.
-"Washington 99. Navarre 10t9.
add Chatahoochee in fifth with
128.
Ja\ was the highest finish-
ing area team in 14th with 418
points followed bN Milton in
15th (425. and Pace in 19th
(533) out of 24 teams.
The results involving the 19
girls teams at the meet were Ilist
as one sided with Houston win-
rung "\ ith 48 points followed b\
Washington (97 1.
Chattahoochee il 19. Father
Ruan (128i. and Tallahassee
Lincoln 1130) to round out the
top fiN\e.
Jat led the area teams fin-
ishing 13th overall wtith 334
points. while Pace was 15th
(35i. and Milton \\as I Sth
1472).
The onlh point of con-
tention for the Lad\ Royals w\ as
the', finished behind their dis-
trict rials RockN Ba\ou. who
\\as ninth with 265 points, and
Pensacola Christian Academ\.
\\ho %was 12th \ith 307 points.
Jay's Trista Talbot led the
Lady Royals and Santa Rosa
runners north of Interstate 10
bN finishing 34th overall in
22:24.
Talbot's teammate Gloria
Raney was next in a time of
23:16 for 55th overall.


Members of the Jay Royals
squad are seen starting at an
earlier meet this season.
file photo
Pace v .s led b\ Kristen
Lochas who posted a time of
23.34 to finish 61st o erall.
while Milton v. as led by Ariana
Carr and her time of 24:21.
which was good enough for
79th overall.
The Lady Royals once
again ran without their normal
number three runner Taylor
Do% er. who had missed'the J.D.
Mac Invitational the week prior.
Milton's Jackson Moore led
area runners as he busted the
tape in a time of 17:45, which
'. as acood enough for 28th over-
all.
Dale Barlow,. of Jay, was
ne\t in .: time of 18:19 to finish
39th overall.
Pace's Kyle Kemp led the
Patriots by posting, the team's
best finish, of the day in 20:05,
which was good enough for
95th o% erall
See PREPS. P. 2B


Swim meet has positives

N Pace coach feels ",
relcays can cut that
extra second soon . ,, '


By BILL G.ANBLIN
PG Sports Editor
Pace and Milton continued
making wates on Saturday at
the Club in Gulf Breeze as they
competed in a four team meet
against district powers Ft
Walton Beach and the host Gulf
Breeze Dolphins.
Pace took third respect elI
in the boys and girls final stand-
ings, while Milton finished
fourth.'
For Pace head coach
Maggie Ramirez it was a meet
that showed her where the
Patriots and Lady Patriots stand
this season.
See, SWIM, Pg. 2B


Pace's Eric Jordan reaches for the wall during a meet this past
Tuesday at Washington High.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


1'%6arlta PrLm-�,� -,d d








Page 2-B


Wednesday, October 4, 2006-.


Sports


Preps

Continued F-rom Page One
Due to the day of the race
iand the beginning of fall break
the various coaches were not
a ailable for comment.
Central, who has this race
on their schedule. did not com-
pete or post an\ times.
In volleyball it proved to be
a rough end to the district sea-
son for all four area teams.
The No. 10 ranked Lady
Jaguars finished the season with
the second seed in District I1-A
after losing to Laurel Hill on
Thursday three games to one.
Central (11-5; 4-2 in
District I-A) have fall break off
and are looking to prepare for
the post season with a trip to
play Baker (Oct. 10i followed
b\ matches at home against
Alethia iOct. 12) and Milton
(Oct. 13).
Milton finished out play in
District I-4A by being swept by
the Lady Dolphins of Gulf
Breeze. who are in a tight battle
for the number two seed in the
district.
Milton (7-11; 7-9) lost on
Thursday by the scores of 25-
14, 25-14, and 25-6.
The Lady Panthers, who are
idle during the fall break, will
\wait to see the results of Gulf
Breeze's match against
WVodham before district seed-
ings are announced.


Football

Conutimed Fiom Page One
scored on a fi'e \ard run less
than four minutes into the second
quarter.
With 7:49 left in the game
and down by only txo, Pace had
a chance but a fumble led to a 29
\ard run b\ Demontra Jackson
on the very next play to make it
16-7.
Eric Martinez would add a
35 \ ard field goal with just under
three minutes remaining to make
it 16-10. but
Pace could
get no closer.
This
Fndai Pace
hill travel to
Panama City
:o0 pla

SL 1 n n
-HaaIen, at 7
i.m.. While
Iilton will McMillion
look to keep
their winning steak ali\ e \hen
they travel to Gulf Breeze for a
7:30 p.m. kickoff.
The Press Gazette could
reach neither coach for comment
due to the fall break and changes
in practice schedules despite sev-
eral attempts.


Pine Forest Invitational


Cross Country Girls
jay (13th- 334)
Trista Talbol (29th; 22:241
Gloria Rane\ l50th; 23:16)
Leelk Tretino (63rd: 23:51)
Allison Blair (90th; 25:12)
Robin Blackman 1102nd: 26:291
Carist\n Golden Il11 th: 2":351

Pace (15th-358)
Kristen Lochas (55th: 23:3-41
Hale\ Pieper (66th: 23:59.l
Tina Hierholzer (75th: 24:29)
Megahn Whgeeler (80th- 24:4-)
Amy RigbN (82nd; 24:53)
Alex Guenter 183rd; 24:531

Milton (18th-472)
Ariane Carr (73rd; 24:211
Jazlvn Smith 184th; 24-58)
Kristen Wells 193rd - 25:33)
Morgan Viau ill0th; 2":18)
Cattln Rucker 112th' 27:38)
Tiffanv Bois,.ert I116th: 29!07)
Kristen Turner l 120th: 31:59)


Liz Steadham led Milton
\with three kills and eight digs
Thursday against the Lady
Dolphins. while Hannah
Brooks posted three kills as
well.
Jessica Rushing when six
for six from the service line and
had four assists in the loss.
MHS will return to action
on Oct. 10 when they host Ja\.
before closing out the season at
Pace and Central.
Pace saw their losing streak
get extended to seven games
with a loss at Niceville 25-17,


Cross Country Boys
Jay (14th-418)
Dale Barlow (38th; 18:19)
Drew Kennedy (62nd: 19:07)
Dusty Kennedy (85th; 19:55)
Jeffery Fischer (99th; 20:20)
Colton Smith (134th; 21:38)
Robby Smith (139th: 22:16)
Le\i Blackmon (145th- 22:46)

Milton (15th-425)
Jackson Moore (281h; 17:45)
Ray Wells 170th; 19:24)
Mark Viau (71st; 19:25)
George Georgeades i126th. 21:11)
Stephen Morency. (130th: 21:32)
Bruce Payne (146th; 22:52)

Pace (19th-533)
Kyle Kemp (91st: 20:05)
Steven Lorrens (94th; 20:141
Timmv Kebbler (107th: 20-331
Greg Plaatt il l3th: 20:47)
Robert Browder 1128th; 21:141
Douglas Moran I137th: 21:54)


23-25,.25-9, and 25-13.
The Ladx Patriots 13-9: 1-
71 hope to close out their dis-
trict schedule with a \\in at
home on Monday against the
\ery same Nice% ille squad.
For Ja5 their district \woes
continued as they lost
Thursday's match to Pensacola
Christian three games to tmo
(23-25, 25-17. 21-25, 25-11.
and 15-5i.
With the loss the Lad\
Royals (5-10: 0-6; finish out
September 1-6 overall as they
ha\e dropped five matches in a


lay coach Elijah Bell is seen repeatedly calling for a timeout late in the
first half of Friday's game against Liberty County.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Jay

: ' Continued From Page One
break for students in Santa
Rosa County."
Liberty would add another
touchdown with just o'er two
minutes remaining when Young
busted through for his second
score from twoo iards out as he
finished the game with 137
xards.
"It hurts to loose." Bell told
his team. "But we ha'e gu\s
putting in the effort."
Bell's main objective in


preparation for Friday's game
against Freeport at 7 p.m. is
focus.
."We're looking forward to
.the next game." he said to his',
players before giving them a
friendly word of ad-ice. "Jtit
because school is out next
week. don' t go crazy.
"Practice is the same as it's
always been."
Story written by
Bill Gamblin. Reach him
at sports@srpressgazette.com


Pace's Katy Neal is seen digging a low serve during a contest earlier this season against Choctaw. Pace .
closed out their district schedule on Monday when they hosted Niceville.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin-


row.
Jay no\\ has the unfa\or-
able task of facing District I-
2A top seeded Baker Gators in
the opening round of the district


Swim

Coinniied From Pagc One
"Gulf Breeze and Ft.
Walton Beach are programs that
s\\im year iound and ha\e a lot
of experience," said Ramirez
"We were within a second of
these teams in a couple of
relays.
"And I feel like we can
drop that second o'er the next
few weeks and then we can take
the entirely from the dis-
tricts to the regionals."'
A rela\ team card can ha\e
as many a.s eight s"i immeis.
%which R.Lmirez is looinkm to
take full ad\rantage of as she
raises the team concept.
Overall in the boy'- stand-
ings Ft. Walion won with 237
points followed b Gullf Breeze
(114), Pace (92) and then
Milton (36).
In the girls final results it
was Gulf Breeze taking the top0
honors % itti 229 points fol-
loed by Ft. Waltr'n Beach
(151), Paice i911, and Milton
'39 .
The relays -where the
Patnots were close involved the
girls 200 yard freestrlc relay
team of Christina Lewis, Sarah
Norman, Lauren Mackiewicz,
and.Rebecca Pollock that fin-


tournament being held at
Freeport.
On Monday the Lad\
Royals looked to start October
\\ ith a win over Northvie\\, but


shed third in 1:4.2"': bon\ - .I'
yard freestyle relax team of
Brad Pearson, Colin Coleman,
David Quesada, and Eric Young
,finished. third in 1:43.25; girls
4-00 \ard freesti le rela\ team of
Pollock. Le\is. Nlackiex icz.
and Deona Hooker finished se-
ond in 4:20.84: and the bo\s
400 yard freest Ile rela\ team
Pearson. Coleman. Quesada.
and Youic finished second in
4:12.27. ,
For Milton their strongestI
relay results came in the boysI
and girls 200-yard medley I
relays, which both finished
fourth.
Ryan Thompson, Cassidy
Stowell, Kenny Hertzler, and
Joel Delabi ubie finished in a

CommunityS!-


the results were not available
by press time.
Story written by
Bill Gainblin. Reach him
at sports@'srpressgazerte.conm

time of 2:14.81 for the guys.
while Kelly Eddleman, Sarah
Bagget, Mariah Sparling. and
Mallory NMucci finished fourth -
in 2:19.39.
Individually Lewis, Pace
senior, finished first in the girls' ,
200-yard individual medley in a "
time of 2:28.9 for first.
Pace's Pollock finished sec- *
ond in the girls' 100-yard
freestyle (59.26) and second in "
the girls' 100-.ard breaststroke
(1:13.67).
Milton's Eddleman fin-
ished third in the girls' 100-yard
backstroke (1:13.37).
On the boys' side Pace's
Young finished second in the
500-yard freestyle (6:03.69) -
and third in the 200-yard
freestyle (2:21.87).
Coleman, also from Pace,;
finished second in the 100-.ard -
freest) le .56.111 and third in the *
210-\ard individual medley
(2:31.06), whilee Pearson fin-
ished third in the boys' 50-yard
freestyle (24.51). :
Milton's Kenny Hertzler
hinihed third in the boys' 100-
arld fieestile in a .time of:
1 :00.I . , . '
Young's 500 time was"
something that had Ramirez
very excited.
"He dropped 15 seconds off
his time from the Washington
meet on Tuesday," said
Ramirez.
Pace and Milton are expect-
ed to return to action on Oct. 14
at the Club in Gulf Breeze fea-
Liring the swim teams of Santag
Rosa County. . ?
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Stonebrook Golf Club
Sept. 29
Hole in One
Jeff Jumper carded an ace on
Sept. , 29 at Stonebrook Golf
Club's par three No. 12. He used
a 9-iron on the 145 yard hole and
this was witnessed by Everett
Petty.

Gospel Projects
Soccer
Through Sept. 30, 2006,


Turbos
Strikers
Rockets
Bullets
Talons



Tankers
Stallions
Pilots
Fighters
Choppers


U-6 Standings
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3 1 ;
3 2 1
2 2 (
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West
W L
4 1
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2 4
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U-8 Standings
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W L T


Bears
Tigers
Pacers
Hawks


Falcons 0 5
West
W L
Bombers 5 0
Sharks 4 3
Heat 4 2
Eagles 3 2
Knights 2 4

U-10 Standing


Broncos
Turf Pilots
Chargers
Steelers


Argos
-Patriots
Twisters
Raiders




Cobras
Lightning
Thunder
Stingers



Comets
Barracuda
Tarpons
Tornados


East
W L
3 0
'3 1
3 3
1 4


West
W L
3 1
3 1
1 3
0 3

U-13 Standing
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W L
2 1
g 1 2
1 2
0 4

West
W L
4 0
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By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Ediror
Apparently each week this
season it will be very crowded
at the top and week six proved
to be no different as 54- people
entered this week.
Thirteen different people
finished %with a record of 8-2
overall and was it ever close
via the tiebreaker.
Berna Faust takes the top
prize this week, as she was
only two points off the
tiebreaker as \'andN and
Temple accounted for 57
points between them.
Others w\ho were hoping
they were closer after just two
misses w ere Jill Hood 151).
Don Musgra\e (50), Gary
Upsha , i4S), . Jerry Miller
145), Noreen Hill 142j. Scott
Terry (42). Carol Daughter)
141). Martha Chaxers i40- .
Anthony Jobe 38)i, Douglas
Filbert (37). Glenn Chavers
135),. and Harold Henderson
120 0).
Faust went for tw\\o upsets


as her misses were the Ohio
State and Oregon wins
SaturdaN.
Most of the others w\ho
went 8-2 suffered their losses
when Pace fell to Escambia,
Jay lost to LibertN. Georgia
Tech defeated Virginia Tech.
and Texas Tech defeated Texas
A&M.
A huge pack went 7-3 on
the week, which included
Nlurray Rutledge, Jimmie
Hood. David Bohannon.
Sha%'n Hill, Mike Boddvy.
Walter NM. Starnes. R.D.
Williams, Frank Mason.
Joseph McDonald, Jake
McDonald. Wade Miller.
Letha McCaskill. Michelle
Jobe, Martin Brake, Keith
Kirchharr. Ashle\ l cWaters.
Henr\ L. Swift. Jeremy\
Brown n. Rust\ Jones. De\va\ne
Queen. Mark Hodges. and
Ronald Taylor.
Larrm Gibson. Donna
Miller. Paul Hinson. Ro\
Cooper. Austin Worle., Larrm
Culpepper. Br\an Hathja\a\.


Becky Jones, and Troy Jobe
finished the week at 6-4.
Finishing the week at 5-5
seemed to be pretty popular as
Mick Tate, Paul Tate. Gray
Weaver. Barbara Hagy,
Mayvhe, Brake, and F.C.
Brake Jr. broke even.
Below .500 this weekend
were Gloria Mason (4-6).
LynRae Johnson (4-6), and
Rulan McWaters (3-7).
It appears to be getting very
close at the top of the overall
season leaders with Shawn
Hill predicting SO percent cor-
rectly to lead while there is a
pack of four - Noreen Hill.
Mike Boddy. Don Musgrate,
and Jeremn Brown - who are
just a couple of percentage
points behind.
Henr\ S\ ift. Glenn
Chalers. Mark Hodges, and
Jimmie Hood are also lurking
as a couple of games here or
there could pro\e to be the dif-
ference.
The pla. er \who finishes the
season w ith the highest % in-


ning percentage and meets the
minimum number of games
will win a huge wing prize
from Wings on the Go.
Now for those of you who
might want to dodge a game or
two that \ou find a little tough
remember, "no guts, no glory."
Just like the test you took in
school if you leave a spot
blank on your form then it is
wrong.
Sorry about that,. but as you
can tell this is not a game for
the faint of heart.
This week should prove to
be another interesting week at
there appears to be some pari-
tN in college football this sea-
son.
Some of the keN games this
week include LSU at Florida,
Texas at Oklahoma. Tennessee
at Georgia, Oregon at
California. Missouri at Texas
Tech, and Vandy at
Mississippi.
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Bill Gamblin. Reach him
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Country Market
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CVS
Pic "N Say
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Race Way Store
Food World
K-Mart
Press Gazette Office
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Tom Thumb @' Skyline
Santa Rosa County Complex
Hardee's
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Big Lots


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Reggie's Bar-B-Que
Local Yokel
Kiley's
Shell Food Store
Tom Thumb @' Ward Basin.
Tom Thumb @' Highway 87S

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Up The Creek Store
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JAY
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Happy Store
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92 AUCTIONS
94 MEETINGS
96 PERSONALS
98 TRAINING
EMPLOYMENT
102 DRIVERS
104 GENERAL HELP
106 HOME BASED
BUSINESS
108 HOTEL/MOTELS/
RESTAURANTS
110 LABOR
112 MANAGEMENT
114 MEDICAL
116 OFFICE WORK
118 PART TIME
120 PROFESSIONAL
122 RETAIL
124 SALES/
TELEMARKETING
126 SKILLS/TRADE
128 POSITIONS WANTED
GARAGE SALES -
STYLES SECTION-WED.
202 GARAGE SALES-SAT.
SERVICES
305 AUTO
310 BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
315 BUSINESS SERVICES
320 CHILD CARE
325 DOMESTIC
330 EQUIPMENT REPAIR
335 FINANCIAL SERVICES
340 HOME REPAIR
345 LAWN CARE
350 SENIOR CARE
355 SEWING/ALTERATIONS
360 MISCELLANEOUS
SANTA ROSA
REAL ESTATE-RENT
402 APARTMENTS
404 COMMERCIAL
406 HOMES
408 LAND
410 MOBILE HOMES
412 ROOMS FOR RENT
414 ROOMMATES WANTED
416 VACATION/RESORT
SANTA ROSA
REAL ESTATE-SALE
502 APARTMENTS
504 COMMERCIAL
506 HOMES
508 INVESTMENTS
510 LAND
512 MOBILE HOMES
514 VACATION/RESORT
PETSIANIMALS
702 BOARDING
704 LIVESTOCK
706 LIVESTOCK SUPPLIES
708 PETS
710 PET SUPPLIES
712 LOST PETS
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
802 ANTIQUES
804 APPAREL
806 APPLIANCES
808 ARTS & CRAFTS
810 COMPUTERS
812 FARM EQUIPMENT
814 FURNITURE
816 JEWELRY
818 LAWN EQUIPMENT
820 LUMBER/HARDWARE
822 MUSICAL
INSTRUMENTS
824 OFFICE EQUIPMENT
826 SPORTING GOODS
828 ELECTRONIC
(STEREO/TV/VCR)
830 MISC.!SALE
832 MISC./WANTED
834 LOST MERCHANDISE
TRANSPORTATION
902 AUTO SUPPLIES
904 CARS
906 BOATS
908 FARM EQUIPMENT
910 MOTORCYCLES
912 MOTOR HOMES
914 RECREATIONAL
916 SPORTS UTILITY
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918 TRUCKS
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Milton Clinic
Human Services Counselor III
Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's
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Familiarity with medical
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CERTIFIED NURSING
ASSISTANTS
Looking for caring &
compassionate personnel to
provide one-on-one care for
clients in Escambia & Santa
Rosa Counties. Flexible
hours, great pay. Apply in
person at: 4000 HWY 90,
Suite G-Pace


ABSOLUTE AUC-
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Lu...ury Home Long-
,bbat-Key on SIltWa-,
ter with Dock, VA-
CANT LOT North-
port, 2 , Lakefront
Homes, Aviation
* Comm., Hidden Riv-
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hangar, many more.
No Minimum, No
Reserve. Neal
VanDeRee Auction-
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Drivers
DRIVER
DEDICATED RE-
GIONAL Guaran-
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Wkend! Avg. $725 -
$1025/wk 65% pre-
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Mobile, AL Terminal
CDL-A required
877-428-5627
www.ctdrivers.com
DRIVER-DEDICATED
ACCOUNT OPENING
Tango Transport
Dedicated .Services
is now hiring for the
Standard Furniture
account. Start at
.40 cpm. New Con-
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weekends. Family
S Medical/Dental.
401K. CDL-A w/18
months OTR exp.
req'd. Call:
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Drivers :
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AL, GA, & FL
Dispatch
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GUARANTEED
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Must be at least 23
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Flaitbed Exp
SUTIBELT TRAINSPORT
Call Herb.
1-800-494-8471
www. PatriotTrans.com
GULF COAST
-REGIONAL
TRACTOR TRAILER
DRIVER
*CDL
*Clean MVR
*Fork Lift experience
*40 cents per mile
plus drop off
*Home at night

Call: 850-626-8578
0/0 DRIVER The
F/S is higher here!
Zero down lease/low
payments. $1.11
Avg. $2,000 Produc-
tivity Bonus $2,600
Referral Bonus.
Base Plate
provided. , ,
FFE (800)569-9298.
104
General Help
HANDYMAN EXPE-
RIENCE or no expe-
rience. East Gate
Mobile Home
Ranch. 626-8973


LOCALACCOUNTING FIRM SEEKS
STAFF ACCOUNTANT WITH PUBLIC '.
ACCOUNTING EXPERIENCE
DEGREE PREFERRED. BUT
EXPERIENCE CAN SUBSTITUTE . . .
FOR EDUCATION. FULL-TIME OR
PART-TIME WITH FLEXIBLE HOURS.
PAY RATE $12-$15 PER HOUR
WITH BENEFITS AND,'
ADVANCEMENT OPPORTUNITIES . .
FAX RESUMiE TO. ""'
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C mputer instructor to leach ..he
0.ndvsuallaimpaired In Sanle Rosa
Okaloosa, and Waon Counlies $S13 00 per
roiur with benefls. AS Degree or equ;valenI l
certicallon required Fax resume to. . .
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1302 Dunmire St.
Pensacola. FL 32504
D,/ October 6. 2006
include a Cover Letter.
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RN'S and LPN'S Needed
Immediately

'Daily InstanI Pay -Direct Deposil
-401K "Flexible Schedules
-RN & LPN Contract Available
6400 N. Davis Hwy. Suite 5
Pensacola. FL 32504
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General Help
PUBLISHER'S
NOTICE
Million Newspapers,
Inc. (dba The Santa
Rosa Press Gazette
and The Santa Rosa
Free Press) re-
serves the right to
censor, reclassify,
revise, edit or reject
any advertisement
not meeting its
standards of accept-
ance. Submission of
an-advertisement
does nol conslilule,
an agreement to,
publish said adver-
tisement. Publication,
of an advertisement
does not constitute
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Home Based
Business
WORK AT HOME
ONLINE
23 people needed
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Medical
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General Help
DRIVER TRAINEES
NEEDED NOW!!!
Werner needs.entry-
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No exp. required.
Avg. $36k+ 1st yr!
60% home
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1-866-280-5309
HELP WANTED
Roof Leak Repair
Specialist.
Pay pending experi-
ence. Send work ex-
perience info. to:
Leakmaster
PC Box 842
Milton, FL 32572-
0842

DELIVERY
DRIVER
Class "A" CDL Driver
with clean driving
record needed for
convenience store
deliveries. Mon.- Fri.
Scheduled Routes.
Must be customer
oriented. Drug Free
Company. Apply in
person: The H.T.
Hackney Co., 2001
W. Government St..

YARD HELP for
Landscape Supply
business. Good, val-
id drivers license &
forklift experience a
plus. Monday-Friday
8-5, Saturdays 8-12.
Call 850-626-8578.
SECRET SHOP-
PERS Wanted We
need consumers to
secret shop stores
across the country!
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Medical
RN'S & LPN'S
IHeeded Immediaiely
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ence)
*Daily Instant Pay
*Direcl Deposil
*401K *Flexible
Schedules * Rn &
LPN Contract Avail-
able.
Swannee Medical
Personnel
6400 N. Davis Hwy,
Suite 5,
Pensacola,FL 32504
(850) 857-7797
'850)857-7800-tax
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Sales &
Telemarketing

LIBERTY
NATIONAL
Life Insurance Co
Is expanding its
operation and is
looking .for people
to fill insurance
sales & service
positions. Average
annual earnings
$48,554. Fringe
benefit package:
2'retirement funds,
health insurance,
paid vacation,
convention trips &
many others.
No experience
necessary. We
have on the job
training. Contact
Jonathan Jones at:
983-7576 or
Fax
resume to:
850-682-1523
Liberty National
is an EOE
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COMPANY
is now hiring for Overhead Door
Installers. Good pay and benefits,
Experienced and Beginner
positions available.
983-2520


The Press Gaeirte has an imme-
diate opening for post-press
inserter. This position involves
putting the sections of the paper
together. Tuesday s and FridaN s
I 10 u.m. to 5 p.m.) Call Jim11
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Now Is The Time For Stocking
4-6" & 6-8" Channel Catfish
A Largemouth Bass
x Black Crappie (If Available)
�w* Bluegill (Coppernose & Hybrid)
i. Redear
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CUSTOM DESIGN
Interiors
Now hiring-top pay!
General Laborer
Metal Polisher
Aluminum & S. Steel
Welder
Call: 850-995-4544
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Positions Wanted
HARD WORKING
cleaning person
needed long term for
growing cleaning
business. Call 994-
1785



MOVING SALE
5226 Sewell Road
Milton.
Executive desk, vari-
ous other items, too
* many to list.
Starts Wednesday
September 27th at
:9am to 2pm.
Sale will continue for
-.a few weeks.



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.day. Unique entre-
preneurial opportuni-
ty with PRIMERICA,
a -ubsidiary of City
Group For more in-
iormation call
Micheie Hayes at:
626-7188
VENDING ROUTE:
All.- Snacks/Candies,
Drinks, Energy
Drinks Too! All
Brands. All Sizes.
Great Equipment
Great Suppon Fi-
* nancing Available
with $7,500 down.
Tom: (877)843-8726
AIN #BQ2002-037.
.315
Business Services
GRANNY & NANNY
Old Fashioned
house cleaning with
bldfashioned prices.
983-7394


315
Business Services
ARTIE KELLER
STUCCO. Licensed
and Insured. Con-
ventional and Syn-
thetic Systems. No
job to big nor to
small. Call 698-8327
or 626-9164.
B & B HOME
IMPROVEMENTS
25 years experience.
Free estimates
Licensed & Insured
Call anytime!
(850) 981-3936
"No job too small!"
BELINDA'S
CLEANING Service
You make the
mess....we do the
rest!!
Please Call: 206-
6763
ARTIE KELLER
STUCCO. Licensed
and Insured. Con-
ventional and Syn-'
thetic Systems. No
job too big nor to
small. Call 698-8327
or 626-91.64.
BORDER TO Bor-
der Fence and Deck
Company. All types
of fencing installed
and repaired. Spe-
cializing in privacy
fencing and wooden
decks. Our privacy
fences are built with
SCREWS. Free Es-
timates. 485-2532.
CHICKEN
GEORGE'S
Lawn Service
Weed Eating,
hedging, lahdscap-
ing,clearing fence,
refurbishing.flower
beds, no job to big
or to small; Senior
Citizen discount.
Licensed
983-3196


COKER'S LAWN &.
TRACTOR Service,
from trimming to
tractor work. Clean
ups, raking, hauling,
mowing, bushhog-
ging, dirt work. Rea-
sonable rates, free
estimate (850) 623-
0493. Licensed;& in-
sured.
D&D REMODELING
INC. General Con-
.,tractor All . Types,
Home Maintenance;
Roofs to Floors,
Renovations, Decks,
Tile, Plumbing, Etc.
Evictions, Move-
Outs, Construction
Cleaning, Pressure
Washing, Painting,
Tree work, & Etc.
Locally owned.
FREE ESTIMATES.
Lic.#471 0-0037952
CELL#261-1173
CELL#261-3598
DIRT CHEEP
CLEANING SERVICE
We Furnish Sup-
plies. Senior dis-
count with ad.
Homes, condos, offi-
ces. Call 384-2388


315
Business Services
DOUBLE "B" Land
Clearing. Backhoe
Work. Licensed and
Insured. Bryen.Bal-
lard. (850)994-5740
or (850)232-1581.
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.

MIKE KAYLOR
Cement Mason
*Patios
*Walks
*Driveways..
Free estimates.
no job too small
Quality 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 -Drywall
repairs & patchwork
'Pressure cleaning
(homes, decks, pa-
tios, driveways &
sidewalks) *Carpen-
try work (crown
molding. paneling,.
trim base & case, in-
stall cabinets & build
decks) Residential.'
Interior/Exterior.
Family owned busi-
ness, over 30 years.
Call The Ericksens
today! - (850)723-
2550 or 623-6034;
NO TIME or energy
to 'cook? Call me!!!
Healthy home
cooked meals, by
Christian Certified
Nutritionist. 626-
6367 ask for Mary.

Divo-rce 108, Adoption 80
Name Change '55
FREE Typing, Call for
Worksheet (850) 434-7524
i850N."W"St. |
(1 blk. N. of Flea Market)|
ROGERS' DOZER
SERVICES, INC. ,
Land clearing, and
all tractor,, dozer and
related services.
Free Estimates.
NO JOB TOO
SMALL!! You may
find cheaper but you
won't find better.)
Call Billy Rogers:
850-957-4952 or
cell: 850-261-8407


315
Business Services
STUMP-EASE
STUMP GRINDING
Most removals $35
Discount for multiple
removals & Back-
yard accessible.
Local Contractor
Retired USN
Licensed & Insured
. 232-8746 -
THE MOWER MEDIC
We service Your
Mower in your home
at your
convenience.
Bob and Andy.
Knowles. Office
(8501 626-8300'
Cell (850) 982-3576
THE SCREEN MAN
Window Screen on
Site. Repair or Re-
placement.
995-0719
Cell: 637-5611
Free Estimates

Several . Contrac-
tor's to do Repairs
or Improvements to
your Home or Busi-
ness? If so call J &
L Services. We spe-
cialize in Compleie
repairs and im-
provements to your
home and business.
Ceilings, Iloors, car-
pentry,, drywall,
painting, paneling,
siding, fencing.
decks, palios, yard
maintenance, tree
service and Ihe list.
goes on.
J & L Home Improve-
ment Services
850-287-1914 .
One call does it
all!
320
Child Care
BABY SITTING-
in my home,
10:30pm to7:30amn
June ChVyers'
Five minutes from
Whiting Field.
623-0226
325
Domestic
CERTIFIED & Expe-
rienced patient care
technician will take
care of your loved
ones, run Ierrands
and do house keep-,
ing. Please , Call
Susan at 516-0715
DEPENDABLE
HOUSEKEEPER
Seeking additional
clients. Over 15
years of experience!.
References avail.
upon request.
Call: 994-6236
345 .
Lawn Care
CLARK'S � LAWN
CARE General
Maintenance & All
Types of Tractor
Work - Licensed &
Insured. Call: Mike
Clark at 626-2428


345
Lawn Care
PAGE'S TREE
Service Trim, cut &
remove. Call 626-
2159 (if no answer,
please leave message)
Firewood $50. a
load and up. '
350'
Senior Care
WILL GIVE your
caregiver respite
, time off! Experi-
enced home health,,
hospital CNA. Local
'references. All mes-:
sages returned.
512-3500.




402
Apartments
1 BEDROOM fur-
nished apartment
with central heat &
air. No pets. $400.
month, $300. dep.
Call for appointment.
994-7246
1 BEDROOM unfur-
nished apartment for
rent: Ideal for se-
niors. 626-0287,
please leave mes-
sage
2 BR/1BA
CH & AC
New Carpet!
Water, Sewer; Gar-
bage Included.
S $475./$450.
Triplex-Dearborn &
Peachtree in Milton
1 block off Slewart
(center apartment
lacing Dearborn)
Drive by, then leave
message.
Call: 712-7513:
CLEAN 3-BEQ-
ROOM 1- Bath in
Crescent Lake, Pen-
sacola. CH/A,
fenced back yard.
First & last month
rent. Deposit $500.
850-981-9695
FOR RENT
2/BR 1/BA Secluded
lot. $550/mo
$500/deposit Just off
of Avalon Blvd.
994-9391
FOR RENT
Clean 2/BR 1/BA
central heat/ac., all
electric, storage,
covered ; deck.
$440/mo includes
water & garbage.
$395/deposit.
623-9902
PACE, 4PLEX,
"2bed/1 bath all c/t,
stove, trig & dw.
Cathedral ceilings
,Lg yard & shed
w/elect. Non-smok-
ing $600/mo
Call: 626-2928


404
Commercial
OFFICE SPACE
Hwy 90, utilities in-
cluded. $300 a
month. Call Steve at
341-1952 or 341-'
1952
OFFICE SPACE
FOR LEASE
6061 -Dr's Park,
1,800 sf, newly ren-
ovated. 623-5618
406
Homes
1 BD 2BA house in
Bagdad. Must see to
appreciate! $650 a,
month.$150 deposit.
623-8415
2BD/2BA, TOTAL
electric, garden tub.
dishwasher.
Eastgate Mobile
Home Ranch.
626-8973
3 BD/2BA Newly re-
modeled, i central
heat and air; carport,
excellent location,
near elementary
schools. $850
month...
$500 deposit
623-9553
4BD/2BA $1250 a
montin. 3bd.'2ba
$1200 a month.
k850)305-9222
CHUMUCKLA
PACE Area
3bd/2ba, freshly
painted, new floor-
ing, fireplace, gar-
den tub, serperate
living den area. wa-
ter and garbage in
clouded. $750
deposit, $750 per
month.
293-9762 '
FOR RENT

*4/2 home, 6001
Ridgeview, Milton
$1300.

*3/1:5 home, 8329
Hickory Hammock,
East Milton $850

*3/2 home, 6579
Cedar St., Milton
$850. '

"3/2 home, 5145
Trenton Dr.. Pace
$850
'3/2 Waterfront
home, 5084 Sam
Miguel Milton $1450

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

Santa Rosa Realty
623-0077
PACE GARDEN
Home for rent.
Gated Stonebrook
Village. 1,800 S.F.
3BR/2BA Double
Garage, Fenced
Yard, Lawn Service,
New Flooring, No
Pets, $1,300 MO/
d $1,000 Deposit
- Available 10/15/06
934-3056 or
232-1241


Homes
FOR RENT
2 acres on creek,
downstairs. All utilit-
ies included. Corn-
pletely fumishedc
Formal dining room,
CH/A, stereo, micro-
wave, 2'tv's with ca-
ble, linens and much
more. Right in the
middle of downtown
Milton. Large living-
room with fireplace,
private parking. This
is a one bedroom .
suite. 1 year lease,
references. Patio, no
smoking inside or
pets. This is a 2
story home. Prefer
career worker, retir-
ee, or person with
disability. Call for
appointment.
. 983-8195 '
All expenses $695 +
$350 deposit.
SFOR RENT
3BR/2BTH roomy
waterfront home
with boat house in
quiet neighborhood.
$995/$500 please
call: 850-994-0667
FOR RENT
6707 Cedar Ridge
Circle. 3,'BR 2/BA
plus office Built
2005. - $995/mih
$995/dep.
346-7982. or 221-
1429
FOR RENT
ravarre - 2643 Bear
Foot Creek. 3,'BR
21BA $1500.mo
$1000,deposit.
Short
term lease available.
Available November
1st. 346-7982 or
221-1429
FOR RENT
Near Whiting
Brand New
Never Lived In
3bd.'2ba' 1 garage
, 1100 Sq. Feet.
$860 a month
Conta'at 529-0429
S . field &
Associates

HOME FOR Rent
Milton 16d/1 ba Du-
plex 1 Block West of
Milton Courthouse
5189 Santa Rosa St
$390/$390
Call:02514275
384-4361
HOUSE FOR Rent
nice and clean
2bd/lba CH/A. All
electric, fenced yard,
garbage pick up in-
cluded. no pets.
$525 per month
$500 deposit
* . 623-1601
RENTALS 2 to 3 BR
in Jay. Million and
Pace. $400 to $650
per month. Call.:
994-5703
408
Land
FOR SALE by own-
er. Waterfront Large
.lot, off of Hwy 90,
Milton on Pond
Creek. Over 200ft
on water. Access to.
Blackwater Bay/Riv-
er, Yellow River and
Escambia River.
Four big lakes off of
Pond Creek. Good
fishing!. $50,000 no
calls after 8PM.
Call: 623-0519
LAND FOR SALE
Refer to
Classification
#510 I
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


3BAPTIST
SJay Hospital
RN's- Full-time & Part-time positions. Florida License required.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. Current CNA
license. Ability to work efficiently and effectively with other healthcare
team members.
Technical Assistant (Phlebotomist) - FT, HS/GED. Phlebotomy certi-
fication preferred. Must be proficient in phlebotomy. Data entry, excel-
lent telephone etiquette and customer service skills required.
Radiographer - Full time, Graduate of Accredited Radiology program.
ARRT and HRS certified. Skills include: Diagnostics, CT OR and
Portables. One year experience preferred, not mandatory.
Jay Hospital offers and excellent benefit package- Applicants inter-
ested please contact Wendy Covert in Human Resources at 850-675-
8069 or fax application to 850-675-8173 or email to
wcovert@bhcpns.org or apply in person at Jay Hospital 14114 Alabama
Street, Jay Florida. -


Mobile Homes
2/BR 1/BA off Ava-
lon in Park,
Water/garbage fur- .
nished $435/mth
$200/deposit. No
Pets. 994-7918
Baycrest Realty

2BD/2BA WEST
Milton, $525 a
month, $250 depos-
it. No Pets. Total
Electric. Baycrest
Realty. 994-7918
FOR RENT
2/BR 1/BA Mobile
Home $400mlh
dep.& rel. Call:
850-537-6222 or
850-499-7412
MARLBORO
VILLAGE
2bdl1ba. 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 $,50/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

412
Rooms For Rent
ROOM FOR rent
Millon-Munson
area.Utilities includ-
ed, tree long dis-
tance, direct TV, tax
internet.Non smok-
ing environment.
.maid & laundry
available. $325 .mo.
957-4616.
ROOMS FOR RENT
Large rooms,
utilities included,
washer/dryer, share
kitchen, near Kings
Middle School. $80
or $100 per week,
plus deposit.
Call 626-2786
414
Roommates
Wanted
ROOMMATE
WANTED
Mature roommate
needed. Waterfront
property in Pensaco-,
la. Near Navy Base,
10 minutes from
Perdido Key Beach-
es. $450 security
deposit, $450 rent,
needed on or before,
9/5/06. Call 626-
8959 or 377-6787
ROOMMATE WANT-
ED to share large
house. Single parent
with children wel-
come. $450 a month
& dep., 1/3 utilities.
261-5660
ROOMMATE
NEEDED. Milton
850-449-4070
416
Vacation & Resort
VACATION RENT-
AL Navarre Beach
1-bedroom ' town-
house - sleeps 4 -
completely furnished
S- pool soundside -
walk to the beach &
Gulf. -Best rate on
beach. $600 wkly or
$295/week-end.
Call 623-9553.


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850-983-6995





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

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

4 Ac Hwy 87 one
block N of 1-10 HCD
Milton $3.500,000

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

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

RE/MAX Total'
Properties 850-936-
7771
2 COMMERCIAL
BUILDINGS
FOR RENT
Good location in
I Milton. Call:
623-5500'
506
Homes
1.48 AC 430t on
the Bay- Garconh
Point $250,000
Waterfront Lot

2.38 Ac with mobile
home and (2i 12x24
workshopss 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


2BD/1BA NICE
clean and, quiet. Al
utilities furnished
Pace area, no pets.
Call 995-1717
BUY A House, get
harley.
House For Sale
$245k, 6602 Ballsa
Road. Milton. 4 bd,
3ba, privacy fenced
fireplace, 2 car ga-
rage.
www.vaughnde-
signgroup.com
HOME FOR Sale
or Rent.
New Construction
3bd/2ba, quiet
neighborhood, no
smoking and pets
with approval.
$10000/$1000
Ca1l:360-672-5727


II


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22 1/2 acres located.
in Santa Rosa , .:,
County. Hwy-89 Be-
tween Jay & Florida -
& Brewton, Alaba-
ma. In the Mt. Car- -
mel Community.
251-867-5348 or cell..-
251-510-1777 -
LAND FOR RENT ,'
, Refer to-
Classification
#408

512 -
Mobile Homes

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


APAC, Inc. Hiring qualified applicants.

for the following positions:

Applicants for the following positions are

eligible for a $200.00 sign-on bonus


* Experienced Mechanics

* Experienced Dump Truck Drivers - Class A or B

* Experienced Skilled Laborer - Asphalt Crew.

* Experienced Asphalt Spreader Operator

* Skilled Laborer - Shop


Apply in person, M-F 8am-5pm

4375 McCoy Dr., Pensacola, FL.

APAC is a drug-free workplace & EOE


506
Homes
EAST MILTON --
Own for less than'
you can rent, 1 yr.,;c.
new 4/BR on 1 acre,;.,
with all appliances.
and over size ga-
rage. 5 minutes to'
110 Holley Proper- "'-",
lies. $ 179,900 Call.-'
VA Financing Avail- :,
able With Lease Op,.,
tion. Call: Tom:
449-2983 -
Owner/Agent
FOR SALE .'
BY OWNER
2/BR. 1/BA Concrete"'
block on 1 acre land'
of of Woodbine. :
Central heat/ac new
tile and carpet.
$105,000 obo. 554-" "
2237 or 994-1266
FOR SALE
3/BR 2/BA Home.,
Close in Milton, Mis-
ty Lake Drive.
Licensed
Realtor/Owner
850-593-6015 .
FOR SALE
3BR/2B 1541 :
home 'on 1/2 acr ..
lot. 5643 Eagle Dr,-'.
$173,500. Call
JMMYRICK Proper-
ties. Billy Smith
@850-496-5482. ,
FOR SALE .
Waterfront lot on
Pond Creek in towrp-
of Milton. 626-5851'?
510
Land
5 ACRES fenced
pasture for sale. -
Localed ott Munson
Hwy, Indian Ford .
Rd. Close, to Cold
Water Cree. ::
$90,000 957-878,4"
or 554-5237
HOME FOR SALE, '
Walerfromnt Mulai
Bayou. 300'+ on �
water. 2bd/2ba, '
brick, ireplace,car, "-A
port, separate ga-
rage, screen
porch,large deck.
Byappt.
,Call 484-9490 "
Owner. $325,000 ,
LAND


SANTA ROSA COUNTY
GOVERNMENT
Accepting applications for the following:

* Library Clerk I (Gulf Breeze)
* Additional employment opportunities
online

Apply online at wwwwsantarosa.fl.gov,'
or visit Santa Rosa County Human
Resources,
6495 Caroline Street, Suite H, Milton,
FL,
Veteran's Preference will be given in
accordance with FL Statutes.

Drug Free Workplace
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER


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Vacation & Resort
COAST TO COAST
Campground mem-
bership - home park
sunset King Lake
Resort, DeFuniak
Springs, Florida, on
salei$2000. Call
Mrs:. Putt (850)994-
9875
LATE SUMMER
Discounts and Free
Golfl Dale E Peter-
son Vacations. Nav-
arra, Okaloosa Is-
land, Destin, South
Walton, Panama
City. www.destinre-
sorfs.com (800)336-
9669.

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556
Homes
BREWTON
ALABAMA
16 acres, 5 acre
pond. 25 - 100 year
old pines. 2,200 sq.
ft. home. Zone II
2 mi. north of super-
center. $325,000
(251)-363-3100
560
Land
NEW, PRE- Con-
struction Golf Com-
munity- Coastal
Georgia. Large, lots
w/deepwater,
marsh, golf, nature
views. Gated, Golf,
Fitness Center, Ten-
nis, Trails. Oak
Park, Docks. $70k's
- $300k (877)266-
7376 www.cooper-
spoint.com.


560
Land
SAVANNAH AREA
DESIRABLE RICH-
MOND HILL LAKE
COMMUNITY 1 TO
3 ACRE LOTS from
$79,900 Gated en-
trance, . great
schools. Lakefront
and Marshfront
available. Premium
amenities package.
Excellent financing.
PRE- CONSTRUC-
TION SALE SATUR-
DAY, SEPTEMBER
30TH CALL FOR
MORE INFOI
(888)525-3725 X
1796.


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mater
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; Garden, for one
1;6. Scientist Pavlov
1;7. Son of Odin
1:8. Mount a gem again
19. Waistcoat
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22. Gladiators' spears
24. Having foot digits
26. Cook's or grand
27. Clinton, for one
31. Cuddle
35. Couturier Cassini
36. Word before wave or
basin
38. Touchy-feely greeting
39. Spy Hari
40. Wild
41. Mister, in Munich
42. Frat letter
43. Powerful beam
44. Understanding
phrase (2 wds.)
45. Hardly ever
47. Easiest
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560
Land
WESTERN NEW
Mexico 62 acres
$110,990 Trees, mtn
views, wildlife, close
to BLM. Horseback
riding, hiking, hunt-
ing. Perfect for vaca-
tion, investment, re-
tirement. Electricity.
100% financing.
Larger acreage
available. (866)365-
2825.



708
Pets
JOANN M. FIELD

712
Lost & Found'
PETS
FOUND DOG
Brown Labrador in
Pace. 995-9661 or
393-0477


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62. A Castle
64. Mote
65. Watch the girls go by
66. He played
Gentleman Jim
67. Gloomy
68. Army surgeon Walter
69. Posts
70. Amend copy

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1. Golf stroke
2. Repercussion
3. Radiate
4. Jean Harlow's last
film
5. Pantry
6. TV's "You__
There"
7. Litmus, for one
8. Inactive
9. Baseball league
10. Delaware and
Missouri, e.g.
11. Browning domain
12. Cartoonist Thomas
13. Tiny workers
21. Fabulous flier of
Persian legend
23.' Slap-happy event?
25. Calendar
components
27. Astro and King
28. Please to pieces
29. Gold or silver


712
Lost & Found
PETS
FOUND, LOST Tri-
Color Beagle in
Munson, wearing an
orange flouresent
collar.
712-9223
LOST DOG
Small Jack Russell
Terrier, female
white/black spots.
Name is Pepper.
Lost in Petersen
Point area 4 days
ago. $100 Reward.
626-4071 or
626-2539.



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




806
Appliances
FOR SALE
Sears . Kenmore
Electric Range Mod.
790. Brand New,
never been usedl!
$275. Call:
850-313-6227
FOR SALE
Washer $85
Dryer $85
Stove-Elec. $90.
Deep Freeze $75
All in Exc. Cond.
995-8730
or
293-5142
11 112 13 I


Grows sleepy
Not those
Items in a tackle box
White heron
"Splish Splash"
singer
Groups of relatives
Brae
Burt's ex
Started a phone call,
once
Cover girls
Split soup-
Ground (French)
New Look introducer,
in fashion
Attach lace
Cattle call prize
Actor Bruce
Cowl
Small needle case
Small arrow
Blynken's buddy


820
Lumber &
Hardware
METAL ROOFING
SAVE $$$ Buy Di-
rect From Manufac-
turer. 20 colors in
stock with all Acces-
sories. Quick turn
around! Delivery
Available Toll Free
(888)393-0335
830
Miscellaneous
For Sale


We Deliver & Install
Centipede
St.Augustine
Bermuda
Balled Pine Straw
Call us first, Save Time
Call us last, Save Money
Hwy 87 So. * Milton
628-8578

BAG OF X-mas
lights $2, Dirt Devil,
vacuum cleaner
$15, Dirt Devil vac-
uum bagless $20,
Keyboard $2, Sym-
phonic DVD used
once $20, Lexmark
Printer $20. Compac
A3000 copy, scan
and printer $25
Booster car seat
$10. VHS movies
Barney, Blues Clues
and many more $1 -
$2- Crocheted baby
blankets $20-$30.
Vinyl mini blinds
new white & blue $5.
2 lamps with shades
$20/pr. Phone:
623-4270



Centipede-
St. Auguistine
Farm Direct
'X-e Deliver !
434-0066


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
STEEL BUILDING
SALE! "MANUFA-
CURER DIRECT
Since 19801" Other
sizes. Example:
35'x50'x17' $9900
(no door). Quick de-
livery. 25'x40'xl4'
$5800 (Limited Qty.)
Front end optional.
Pioneer. (800)668-
5422..
SWIMMING POOL
supplies. 3 in. coor-
dinated tablets, 5
gal
and other chemicals,
filter pump, for 12-18
ft. pool, plus extras.

Sand filter with elec-
tric motor and tank
plus pvc hookups.

Tires

Brother PE-150 per-
soni embroidery ma-
chine.
995-5050
832
Miscellaneous
Wanted
GLASS CRAFTER
needs empty glass
soft drink bottles, tall
kinds. Not necessa-
rily collectors edi-
tions. Will pick up.
Call: 983-8042
PAY CASH for junk
cars or trucks. Run-
ning or , not. Call
983-9527
WANTED
OLD ROOFING TIN.
Will tear down and
haul. 983-8042 or
393-9617



904
Cars
98 CHEVY Lumina
$400 needs trans-
mission. Excellent'
condition. 626-6077


904
Cars
1965 CHEVY C-10
pickup. 250 cu. in.
Excellent mechani-
cal condition. Needs
body work & paint.
$3,800
994-0849

1971 Volkswagon
VW Super Beetle.
Very good condition.
$3,500.
994-0849
1990 NISSAN 240sx
ADR rims, Alpine
CD player, body kit.
A/C not working.
166,000 miles. 4cyl.
Auto, runs good.
$3,500 OBO.
983-2373
85 PLYMOUTH Ho-
rizon 4/DR 5 speed,
runs good, cold air -
set. up for towing
with towbar. ,$530
obo. 983-3662


904
Cars
CARS FOR SALE
1989 Cadillac Bra-
hams, leather, load-
ed, runs great, new
w. pump, new tires,
new battery, $1500
Firm.

1993 Geo Storm
Red, runs great, cd
player
$1200
Call: 626-6149
DODGE NEON 02
4 door. All extras. 40
MPH. automatic
take over loan pay-
ment. $198 a month.
55,000 miles.
626-3822
FOR SALE
98' Mercury Trader
Ac & heat, great
condition. $2400
obo 529-2222
91'/DODGE Shadow
in good condition.
Runs great, 5
speed. $1,700 obo.
324-4089.


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Motor Homes
FOR SALE


99 RV Bounder 34j
excellent condition,
many extras, 1 own-
er, located in Milton.
850-983-0147
Leave message.
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918
Trucks
1997 DODGE Ram
Good Conidtion
110,000 miles: Ask-
ing price $4,300.
Call 994-4519
DODGE RAM 1500
SLT, V8, 4X4 crew
cab. 1997 black,
149,900 miles, A/C,
CD, cruise, new tires
& brakes. Lots of
chrome, tool box.
$6,400 obo Call
18501 207-4047
920
Vans
91 ASTRO VAN'
4.3 Automatic trans-
mission. runs good.
AC Is cold. $2195
232-7255
922
Other
FOR SALE
Utility' Trailer 4'x8'..
Single Axel - Tilts.
Call: 623-0595

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1,40 sq.ft*o ,495sqft.


* Cathedral Ceiling in Great Room
* 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
SWalk-in Closets in Bedrooms
SFrench Doors * Gas or Wood Fireplace


Will build on Slab or Piers
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Bellehaven
Chadwick'
Stratford
Norwood
Mayfair
Diplomat
Hampton
Gemini
Inglewood
Ambassador
York
Oxford
Lexington
Lexington 4 BR


Baths
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2


Pinebrook (Signature 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


S.S.STEELE
AND COMPANY, INCORPORATED
.Eq.,o.un,.ty 6705 N. Pensacola Blvd. * 477-7880
FL. Lic. #CRCo44810 Toll Free (888) 231-1255


Sq. Ft.
1040
1149
1257
1341
1418
1510
1525
1579
1586
1610
1622
1713
1812
1812
1833
1949
2129
2215
2495
ach unit) 1740
ach unit) 2062


Price
67,800
70,900
78,400
83,000
83,900
86,800
88,100
90,600
98,100
91,200
95,000
97,300
101,300
101,700
116,600
108,400
131,300
126,300
155,000 C
117,600 2
135,800


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