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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
Alternate title: Milton press gazette
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Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Creation Date: October 18, 2006
Publication Date: 1984-
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'How will daddy's death benefit anyone?'


As clock ticks on A.D. Rutherford's execution,


family


members discuss the case


By BILL GAMBLING
Santa Rosa Press Gazette
Note: As this edition was
going to press, A.D. Rutherford
was waiting to die by lethal
injection. An appeal was in the
pi,,,,.is as the paper went to


press.
Friday, Regina Grayson left
the Florida State Prison in
Starke Fla.
As she departed, following
a visit with her father, A.D.
Rutherford, who is scheduled to
die by lethal injection todaN at 6


p.m. EST, a guard asked if she
had forgotten anything.
"Yes," said Grayson. "I left
my father back there."
Grayson was 11 years old
in 1985 when her father was
arrested for, the murder of-
Milton resident Stella Salamon.


Her oldest brother Paul x\as
just about to turn 14.
The first conviction in
Santa Rosa Count' was over-
turned because of a mistrial in
April of 1986. He was subse-
quenti convicted a second time
in Walton Count\ in 19,86 .


Both spoke of what they
have gone through since their
father's two convictions in
1986.
"It has been a very tough 20
to 21 Nears," said Grayson, who
lives in Milton. "It was a small
community back then and


everyone knew.
"When it first happened,
everyone talked about it and we
were not the most popular chil-
dren in the school...or in to1 n."
But Paul will tell you very.
quickly how good his father:
, Se- DADDY. Page 5A.


Rutherford hoping


at least one appeal


halts his execution


Temptation..
Goodies, goodies evervwhere...there's no view like a child's when it comes to sticky treats. This boy was just one of thousands of visitors to'
the St. Rose of Lima Festival last weekend. The annual festival offers patrons a chance to "visit" countries from around the world by tasting
the foods of those nations. More photos from the St. Rose festival, plus photos from Depot Days...on Page 12A;
Press Gazette photo by Lynne Hough.



Thames resigns Main Street position


By PAMELA HOLT
*Press Gazette Staff Writer
Gale Thames, board mem-
ber and Chair of the Economic
Development committee of
Main Street Milton has
resigned her position.
Thames says her decision
was a hard and necessary one.
She simply states, "it was time."
Milton Mayor Guy
Thompson gave Thames an
opportunity to use her talents
for the City in a new capacity.
October 10, Thompson gave
Thames the Chair of a new
Economic Development com-
mittee.
"It's a bigger responsibili-
ty-I won't be focusing on just
the historic district, but City-
wide," says Thames.
The new, committee will
operate' under the Growth and
Development Committee. Eight
members have been approved

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with additions expected.
The new Economic
Development Committee work-
ing with Thames includes: Nan
Harper, George Jernigan, Ed
Nixon, John Rogers, Steve
Sisk, John Watson, and Roger
Festa. Bob Cole and Edie
Wentworth are among other
anticipated members awaiting
City endorsement and others
may be added with time.


Fl


Thames says she's looking
forward to making quality rec-
ommendations for the City and
building on the "qualaN in a
fine city." .
"There are projects. that
need to be addressed," says
Thames, "We will take our cues
from the Mayor and Council.'
All our efforts will be directed
to further enhance the tradition-
al values of downtown Milton.


Economic Development
includes jobs, workforce hous-
ing, business development and
recruiimeii, market analysis,
consumer and business owner
survey, and anything contribut-
ing to local economy."
As for leaving Main Street,
Thames sees a need for
improvement and believes she
has a wider range of involve-
See THAMES, Page 6A.


By LYNNE HOUGH
Press Gazette Staff Writer
It looked more like a fall
day in the park than a fundrais-
er.
The atmosphere at this
weekend's Buddy Walk was
one of family and camaraderie.
More than $4,300 was
raised to support Down
Syndrome awareness in the
local area. Half will go to the
national chapter-the rest will


be used to begin a new support
group in Santa Rosa County,
according to Angie Dunn,
President of the Down
Syndrome Association of
Northwest Florida.
Families with Downs
Syndrome children were on-
hand to walk the walk, eat the
food, enjoy the music, and hand
out more than 100 flyers with
information. At least 30 area
children with Down Syndrome
were present.


Misconceptions, old wives'
tales, myths and stares are
offensive to many parents of
these children.
To bring the message home,
a Buddy Walk was held at
Pensacola Junior College
Saturday. It was in conjunction
with the National Down
Syndrome Society and the
Santa Rosa Sunshine Buddy
Walk Group.
Experts say Down
Syndrome occurs in one out of


By BILL GAMBLING
Santa Rosa Press Gazette
Back on Janualy 31, Arthur
D. Rutherford got a last minute
stay, which spared him from a
lethal injection.
Today, at 6 p.m. EST, that
sentence could be carried out at
the Florida State Prison in
Starke.
Rutherford has been on
death:row since 1986, when he
was found guilty of capital mur-
der in connection with the 1985
death, of Milton', Stella
Salamon.
No. he awaits word on the
final two appeals he has pend-
ing.. .
One appeal. \lhichL was
filed Monday by Rutherfurd's
attorney Linda McDernoi>i.
cites the Furman vs. Georgia
case, which caused the death
penalty to be declared unconsti-
tutional by the court.
"We now have 3,0 years of
data since the death penalty was
reinstated in Florida," says
McDermott. "But nothing has
changed, all the data is similar
to 1972 when the courts ruled
the death penalty unconstitu-
tional.
"The poor, disadvantaged,
and people of color are not the
factors you want receiving the
ultimate punishment."
McDermott, who has also
filed an appeal concerning the
"cruel and unusual punish-'
ment" caused by the chemicals
used in Florida's lethal injec-
tion, is bothered by not getting
to have her case heard and
given due process.
"Our challenge has been
denied and it was never
returned to the 11th Circuit
Court of Appeals so we could
develop our claim," says


every 733 live births, and more
than 350,000 people in the U.S.
have the genetic condition.
Information provided by
the group says: "It is one of the
most frequently occurring chro-
mosomal abnormalities.
"It affects people of all
ages, races and economic lev-
els. Today, individuals with
Down syndrome are active par-
ticipants in the educational,
vocational, social and recre-
ational aspects of our commu-


McDermott. "They feel it is
greater to carry out the state
interest since the death warrant
has been signed.
"We are being punished for
not being omnipotent and for
not doing something against.
procedure; it is very frustrating'
whenri you can't develop our
claim, have discovery and fol-
low protocol."
In his last appeal with
Florida's highest court, the di%-
senting opinion cited affidavits-
claiming someone else is
responsible.
,The most recent of these
affidavits belongs to. Brian
Adkinson.
Alkinson. \\ho is currently
detained in the Walton Countr
Jail, stated Mary Heaton. who
is the aunt of Elizabeth Bi'in.
would say, "Don't mess with..
me because I have killed
before."
His affidavit also noted she
mentioned klling a lady in
Milton by beating her to death
with some sort of tool.
An earlier affidavit by Alan
Gilkerson also stated Heaton
confessed to "killing and that ,
she made it. look like A.D.
Rutherford committed the
crime."
But this evidence doesn't
seem to have much weight
despite Rutherford. who was
convicted twice for this crime,
being sentenced to death by a
narrow margin of 7-5 following
his second trial in Walton
County.
Rutherford's first trial, held
early in 1986 was later over-
turned due to a mistrial. In that
hearing, he :was sentenced to
death by an 8-4 vote in the sen-
tencing phase of his trial.
Heaton was described in the
See APPEALS, Page 3A.


nities. In fact, there are more
opportunities than ever before
for individuals with Down syn-
drome to develop their abilities,
discover their talents and real-
ize their dreams. For example,
more teens and adults with
Down Syndrome each year are
graduating from high school,
going to college, finding
employment and living ind.e-
pendently."
A local support group is
See BOYS, Page 6A.


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Sheriff's Renort


From September 29 to Oct.
7.2006
Scott, Payton Ladon; Male;
15; 1999 Alfred Blvd, Navarre,
FL; Asslt Intent Threat to do vio-
lence, Resist Officer With
Violence. 10/1/06
Enfinger, Kevin Wayne;
Male; 21; 9575 Holsberry Rd.,
Pensacola, FL; Fraud-Illegal Use
Credit Cards-Use More 2 Times
$100 More. No Booking Date
Given.
Corrales, Miguel; Male; 58;
Okaloosa County Jail, Crestview,
FL; Probation Violation-Felony.
No Booking Date Given.


Colonel, Leonard Michale;
Male; 31; 5301 Fargo Ct., Gulf
Breeze, FL; DUI. 10/1/06
Hatcher, Tony Neil; Male;
58; 1973 Ridge Wood Drive
South, Lillian, AL; DUI. 10/1/06
Hutchinson, Amber
Elizabeth; Female; 28; 5241
Willing Street, Milton, FL; DUI.
10/1/06
Lee, Sebastian Nathaniel;
Male; 37; 5621 Hearn St., Milton,
FL; DUL 9/30/06
McCabe, Jody Brian; Male;
42; 58.12 Congress Ct., Gulf
Breeze, FL; DUI. 9/30/06
Rayburn, Sandra Struth;


Female; 58; 4449 Trice Rd.,
Milton, FL; DUI. 9/30/06
Rummel, William David;
Male; 24; 6228 Brice St., Milton,
FL; DUI. 9/29/06
Teasley, Kimberely R.;
Female; 23; 909 Barcelona St.,
Pensacola, FL; DUI. 9/30/06
Kimrey, Connie M.; Female;
42; 4178 Audiss Rd., Milton, FL;
Traffic Offense-DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 2nd Offense. 10/2/06
Cauley, Andria Leigh;
Female; 31; 4300 Shiloh Dr.,
Milton, FL; Cruelty Toward
Child-Urge Other to Act Result
Physical Mental Injury, Possess
Cocaine, Narcotic Equip-Possess
And Or Use. 10/1/06
Liess, Carol Marie; Female;
47; 1918 Church St., Gulf Breeze,
FL; Out-Of-State Fugitive From
Justice. 10/2/06
Mensoian, Justin Mike; Male
32; 1712 Bainbridge Ave.,
Pensacola, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 10/2/06
Coe, Buford Devin; Male; 35;
7405 Jo Fountain Rd., Ocean
Springs, MS; Fugitive From
Justice. 9/30/06
Fuqua, Jeremy Keith; Male;
20; 4297 Seaport Rd, Pace, FL;
Drive While Lic Susp Habitual
Offender. 10/1/06
Melton. Jr., Ronald Glynn;
Male; 22; . 6467 Skyline Dr.,
Milton, FL; Probation Violation-


Felony. 10/2/06
Slay, Lois Rosetta; Female;
40; 5015 Braxton Ln, Pace, FL;
DUI, Refuse to Submit to DUI
Test, Operate Motor Vehicle W/O
-Valid License, Cruelty Toward
Child Infliction of Physical or
Mental Injury. 10/2/06
Rodier, Lisa Hood; Female;
42; 6163 Syrcle Ave., Milton, FL;
Battery (domestic violence),
Battery (domestic Violence) 2nd
or Subsequent Offense. 10/1/06
Antone, Jonann Carol;
Female; 44; 65222 Baxley Rd,
Milton, FL; Possess Cocaine,
Narcotic Equip-Possess And or
Use. 10/2/06
Ard, Donnie NMN; Male;
43; 3808 Legend Creek, Pace, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony.
10/3/06
Carlson, Brenda Diane;
Female; 42; 10021 ,Chemstrand
Rd., Pensacola, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 10/3/06
Leonard, Christina Marie;
Female 25; 5332 Avenida De
Golf, Pace, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony; 10/3/06
. Qrr, Christopher Steven;
Male; 43; 5347 Stewart St.,
Milton, FL; Larceny-Theft is
$300 or More But Less Than
$5,000. 10/3/06
Brousseau, Tina L.; Female;
42; 9288 Sunset Dr. Navarre, FL;
Fraud-False Statement To Obtain


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Unemployment Compensation.
10/3/06
Fuston, Clarence Robert;
Male; 25; 5326 Ernie Newton Rd.,
Milton, FL; Kidnap Minor-
Interfere With Custody. 10/3/06
Roberson, Joseph David;
Male; 18; 8158 Second St.,
Navarre, FL; Damage Prop-Crim
Mischief $1,000 or More, Burgl
of Structure Conveyance
Unarmed W/O Person Inside,
Larc-Petit 1st Offense/ 10/3/06
Scott, Robert Louis; Male;
47; 519 Jackson St., Pensacola,
FL; DUI Alcohol or Drugs 1st
Off., Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
W/O Prescription. 10/3/06
Vanderveen, Scott Alan;
Male; 35; 3331 Circle Dr., Gulf
Breeze, FL; Cruelty Toward Child
(domestic violence) Infliction of
Physical or Mental Injury. 10/4/06
Null, Mitchell Lee, Jr., Male;
30; 5263 Hwy. 98, Gulf Breeze,
FL; Fugitive From Justice.
Godwin, James Aaron; Male
23; 2221 Lindmont St., Pensacola,
FL; Probation Violation-Felony.
10/5/06
Herron, William Harvey;
Male; 49; 6807 Sagebrush Ln,
Milton, FL; Possess Cocaine,
Narcotic Equip-Possess And Or
Use. 10/5/06
Johnson, Robert William;
Male; 33; 8183 Toledo St.,
Navarre, FL; Drive While Lic
Susp 1st Offense, Narcotic Equip-
Possess And Or Use, Possess
Marijuana Over 20 Grams.
10/5/06.
Miller, Trevor Dean; Male;
27; 5208 Morgan Ridge Dr.,
Milton, FL; Battery-Touch or
Strike (domestic violence),
Aggrav Battery-Cause bodily
Harm or Disability (domestic vio-
lence), Obstructing Justice-
Intimidate Threaten Etc Vict
Witness Informant. 10/5/06
Porter; Adoniss Ray; Male;
30; 5348 Anthony Ave., Milton,
FL; Larc-Petit Third or Subseq
Offense, Dealing in Stolen
Property, Possess, Cocaine,
Narcotic Equip-Possess Use Poss
Mfgr Paraphernalia to Transport
Drugs, Resist Officer Obstruct by
Disguised Person, Narcotic Equip
And Or Use. 10/5/06
Tedder, Mancel Ray; Male;
51; 901 Freedom Rd., Century,
FL; Drive While License Susp
Habitual Offender. 10/5/06
Rollo, Robert Major; Male;
32; 4086 Ward Basin Rd., Milton,


FL; Dealing In Stolen Property.,'
10/5/06
Davis, Jamie; Female; 30;
81i27 Chapperal Drive, Pensacola,7..
FL; Fraud-Insuff Funds Check-
Make Uttter Issue $150 or Over. '
10/4/06
Kimmons, Donald Woodroe;.
Male; 64; 6637 Cedar St., Milton,.-.
FL; DUI. 10/4/06 I
Ayo, Christopher Mark;,-
Male; 19; 4409 Alanthus St.,
Milton, FL; DUI. 10/5/06
Belcher. John D.; Male; 33;.
103 Robert St., Gulf Breeze, FL;
'Failure to Appear for Felony,
Offense. 10/7/06'
Ford, Christopher John;'
Male; 34; 5168 Trenton Dr., Pace,'--'
FL; Probation Violation-Felony.
10/8/06
Green, Kenneth Ray; Male;,'-
51; 11521 Green Rd., Milton, FL;
Drive While Lic Susp 3rd or
Subsequent Off. 10/7/06
Hanks, Matthew T; Male; 35;,.
2238 Dykestown Rd., Browndale,
FL; Drive While Lic Susp 3rd or,-;'
Subseq Offense. 10/6/06
Harrison, Justin James;,
Male; 22; 2121 Windy Hill Rd,,,
'Marietta, GA; Larc-Theft is $300 ,
or More But Less Than $5,000,,-
Fraud-Utter False Instrument.,
10/7/06
Jones, Ora Kate; Female; 53;''"
4535 Bagdad Park Ct., Bagdad,
FL; Lard-Petit Third or Subseq'-
Offense (3 cts.), Pass Forged''
Altered Instrument (3 cts.), Fraud-'."
Utter False Instrument. 10/7/06 -
Karcz, Bruce; Male; 60;
Address Unknown; Possess.'
Cocaine. 10/6/06
Kerr, Sean.Matthew; Male;-,;:
21; 3400 Greenbrair Ct., Gulf,
Breeze, FL; Probation Violation-,.
Felony. 10/6/06
Mitchell, Alan Eric; Male;'
15; 4323 Lindsey Lane, Pace, FL;
Operate Vehicle W/O Valid Driver'
License, Grand Theft Auto."-"
10/6/06 'T
Burdette. Cameron F; Male;,i'
11; 4211 Avenida De Golf, Pace;.,-
FL; Health Safety-Prevent Hinder
Firefighter or Equipment, Crimr.y.
Misch-Damage Property Under..
$200. (2 cts.), Burglary of*,
Structure Conveyance Unarmed,
W/O Person Inside, Trespassing-,
Structure or Conveyance (2 cts.),
Larc-Over $300 Under $5,000,.
Petit Theft-1st Offense. 10/4/06 :.
Information provided
by the Santa Rosa County,.
Sheriff's Office..'


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The Sasnta Rosa PressG~aztte


County seeks to keep predators out of parks


By LYNNE HOUGH
Press Gazette Staff Writer
Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's investigators have
arrested two men in recent
weeks for sex crimes against
children.
While the national problem
is reported to have declined in
.the past ten years-experts say
thanks, in part, to a national sex
crime registry-it's not much
comfort when it strikes near
home.


Appeals
Continued From Page One.
affidavit as always "taking pills,
rocking, and talking."
"Ms. Heaton basically testi-
fied in the trial when she. was
mentally ill," says' Assistant
State Attorney John Molchan.
"In essence, she testified the
check (which was drawn for
$2,000 on Salamon's account)
was in her possession, which
another witness corroborated.
"But there has been signifi-
cant mental illness and duress
that her statements have been
integrally inconsistent with the
case and questionable."
Molchan noted the various
items in an order signed by
Judge Paul Rassmussen which
include a bloody fingerprint and
palm print found in Salamon's
bathroom that were
Rutherford's.
' Also, there were statements
made by Rutherford in which
he is said to have told Johnny
Parrott that he bumped the old
lady off as well as being at the
house at the time of the murder.
. Salamon was discovered by
her neighbors on Aug. 22, 1085
floating face-up i: her bathtub
aT4er having been beaten,
choked, and drowned at her
Gardenia Drive home.
' Prior to Salamon's death,
Rutherford had installed sliding
doors in her kitchen.
The doors did not close
properly or lock, according to
court papers, and Salamon had
them replaced.


For citizens who learn their
neighbor is arrested on child
pornography charges-or in the
recent case in Navarre in which
a man attempted to lure a.small
boy from his playgroup, it can
be a wakeup call.
It was for Santa Rosa
County commissioners.
Local leaders are taking
steps to make it against-county-
ordinance for a registered sex'
offender to even enter a county
park.
Commissioners say- they


According to a prosecution
brief, "(Salamon) wondered if
Rutherford intentionally made
the doors so she could not.lock
them. .
Witnesses in his capitol
murder trial testified Rutherford,
talked of planning a killing, and
that Salamon had expressed
fear of him before her death.
While maintaining his
innocence, witnesses testified


want to create an ordinance giv-
ing law enforcement officers
another tool to keep sex offend-
ers away from areas where chil-
dren are likely to gather.
Last week, a man attempted
to lure a four-year-old boy from
a Navarre park, according to
Santa Rosa Sheriff's officials. It
was discovered later, the sus-
pect is a registered sex offender
. in Florida.
The man, Thomas
Vandegrifft, was picked up on a
warrant for luring and enticing


Rutherford had confessed, he'd
"bumped off the old lady" by
hitting her in the head with a
hammer.
During the' years since his
conviction, Rutherford has
requested, but been denied,
clemency, while his daughter
Regina Grayson, has made
requests to Governor Jeb Bush
commute Rutherford's sentence
to life in prison.


Weekend crime:

Milton man arrested after

weekend stabbing incident


By LYNNE HOUGH
Press Gazette Staff Writer
A man was hospitalized
Sunday-and another arrested
following a stabbing incident in
East Milton.
Santa Rosa Sheriff's
deputies say Shane Gavaghan
was taken to the Santa Rosa
Medical Center with a stab
wound to the back. Doctors
determined he suffered a col-
lapsed lung. Reports say he was
transported via Life Flight to
West Florida Hospital in
Pensacola where he wAs listed
in stable condition.
. Joseph Utley, 22, was
arrested, charged with aggravat-
ed battery, according to
deputies.


Witnesses of the stabbing
told deputies Gavaghan was
having a party when the inci-
dent occurred.. They say
Gavaghan told' Utley to leave
the party, and then a fight
involving the victim, the sus-
pect, and others took place.
Witnesses ,say Utley pulled
a large pocketknife, stabbing
the other man in the back. They
say Utley left the scene and was
later found at his home on
Honey Bee Lane where he was
arrested.
Deputies say Gavaghan is
expected to recover from his
injury.
Story written by Lynne
Hough. Reach her at:
hough @sr-pg. corn


a child-a felony.
Discussion at last week's
county commission meeting
surrounded the Navarre inci-
dent.
Investigators say
Vandegrifft's arrest resulted
from an incident on September
29 at the splash pad at the
Navarre park. The mother of a
young boy told deputies she
saw Vandegrifft talking to her
son. She says she yelled at her
son not to talk to strangers.
After speaking to her son
about what the man said,, it, was
discovered he had attempted to
entice the boy into coming
home with him by offering to
play ball.
The mother told investiga-
tors she went to an Internet site
called "Family Watchdog" and
found Vandegrifft registered as
a sex offender.
Numerous witnesses picked
the man from a photo lineup. A
warrant was obtained and he
was subsequently arrested.
Santa Rosa County detec-
tives say Vandegrifft lived at
2036 Esplande Street-1.5
miles from the park.
He is now in jail with no
bond.
In an unrelated, but similar
case, a Milton man was arrested
for sharing video files on the
Internet involving child pornog-
raphy. Benjamin Chase, active
duty Navy, was charged in the
crime..
On October 11, Santa Rosa
County Sheriff's investigators
say they served a search war-
rant at a home on Mitcher Street
in Milton.
The warrant was seeking
evidence of child pornography,
according to investigators who
say they began looking at Chase
in early October.
Police say it was discovered
a computer at the home of
Chase was involved in sharing
video files with other online
users. Officials allege the files
depicted explicit images of
child pornography.
Police say they interviewed
Chase, noting he admitted he


was responsible for the sharing
of files on the computer depict-
ing child pornography. Chase's
computer equipment was
seized, according to reports.
Chase was arrested and
transported to the Santa Rosa
County Jail. Bond was set at
$5,000.
Officials say the Santa Rosa
Sheriff's Office belongs to the
North Florida Internet Crimes
Against Children Task Force-
one of 45 federally-funded
units nationwide investigating
Internet crimes against chil-
dren.

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Let's play hardball
November elections are just around the comer
and, for those of us in Santa Rosa County, proba-
bly the biggest decision we face is deciding who
we want to be our next Governor.
We must also make a choice as to who we
want to represent us in Washington. Local issues
must wait for another two years as we've already
decided both school board and county commission
races.
From the local and state point of view, all of
us, particularly those who own their own homes
and businesses, must apply serious pressure on
those we have elected to address property insur-
ance issues.
After two difficult years of hurricanes slam-
ming our state, causing billions of dollars in prop-
erty damage, as well as forecasters wrongly pre-
dicting yet another severe hurricane season this
year, insurance companies are dumping scores of
policies and those they have decided to maintain,
are busy raising rates to amounts many of us sim-
ply can't afford.
This action is the latest one in which 'many
insurance companies have miserably conducted
themselves over the last couple of years. ;.
Florida, as well as Alabama and Louisiana, are
all facing the same situation and it is very impor-
tant we, as residents and voters, let our political
leaders know something must be done to better
regulate insurance companies that want to do busi-
ness in our states.
Yes, we have some difficult times, and yes, the
damage several hurricanes have caused has affect-
ed the bottom line of insurance companies.
But, by the same token, these insurance com-
panies have been doing business in our state for
many years making good profits from their policy-
holders.
Oh yes, we've been told our Insurance
Commissioner and state lawmakers are trying to
deal with the situation, but, as yet, little has been
accomplished to ease the crisis.
We believe the poorly-run state-funded
Citizens Insurance, which by the way we all help
subsidize, is an absolute joke, and we feel strong-
ly the state government should not be in the insur-
ance business whatsoever.
Little has been done over the decades to dis-
suade the building of homes, condos and business-
es in flood prone areas and the reasons it is a bad
idea are now clearly evident.
The idea now of suggesting "discounts" to
property owners who storm strengthen their homes
and businesses falls short of easing the pain.
For instance, suggesting a 20 percent discount
for better protected property pales in comparison
to the enormous cost of replacing roofs and win-
dows.
We are all being short changed by insurance
companies, and the actions they are taking now are
forcing many home and business owners to sell
their property.
What we must demand from our lawmakers in
Tallahassee is to take a get-tough approach in deal-
ing with those insurance companies wanting to do
business in Florida.
For instance, insist if insurance companies fail
to provide homeowners coverage, prohibit them
from offering auto, life, health, disability or even
retirement insurance as well. While many insur-
ance companies are canceling homeowners' cov-
erage, they want to continue with other policies,
which is nothing but a slap in the face to many dis-
placed or struggling Floridians.
OCTOBER 18, 2006
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Can't believe how local


FM: OSCAR GREENE
Dear Editor:
This saddens me very much to see how the voters
think when they go to the polls to vote on a major item
such as the road tax of'one cent. They voted against it:
They will pay for roads in Pensacola every time
they buy something in Escambia. It will cost them
eight centers there and they holler about 6.5 cents here
in our county.
What's wrong with these people? Don't they
know that for every dollar we collect for roads, we can
get matching funds from the State and from the U.S.
government?
Now they need to keep their mouths shut and stop
complaining about traffic and the traffic backups.
They will spend money for soft drinks and other
pleasures and' tflirW nothing about it, but when it
comes to something that will benefit them, they're
against it.
The one-cent sales tax would have benefited
everyone in Santa Rosa County. Money would have
come from the people who live here and it would have
come from any other person from out of town who
spent money in our county.
Thanks. for printing this.

Disagrees with 'press release'
FM: W.O. JONES
Dear Editor:
To start with, I am not whining nor complaining,
but since my last letter did not get in, maybe the fol-
lowing one will.
In the Sept. 27 Santa Rosa Press Gazette, there
was an item on page 8A 'entitled "Club for Growth
names Miller 'Defender of Economic Freedom.'"
At first, I thought this was a Miller campaign ad.
Then, I thought this was a newspaper article.
Then, I found this was something called a "press
release" from the Toady/Sto Group for the Republican
Party.
This "club for growth" group must be for growth
in government spending, growth in U.S. debt and
growth in the trade deficit.
"Cutting and limiting governmental spending..."
Oh really? Miller has been in Congress through
five spending cycles which included 55 spending'
bills. How many did Miller vote against since these
resulted in some $2 trillion more in debt on the chil-
dren of today?
"Making the Bush tax relief permanent..."
Oh really? If you are middle, low-middle, or low
income, how much did your taxes go down?
"Social Security reform with personal retirement
accounts..."
What is the number of the bill that Miller pro-
posed on the above?
"Legal reform to end abusive lawsuits..."
Lawsuits against whom? Big corporations?
Contributors?
"Eliminating the IRS and replacing the current tax
code..."
As Miller the law number he proposed on the
above and when.. '
"Regulatory reform and deregulation..."
What regulations did Miller propose to do away
with?
Sounds like so much smoke and mirrors to me.
Corporate battle for fat
FM: WILLIAM COLLINS
Dear Editor:
For sweets and grease;
Soon had made me,
Quite obese.
Licking their wounds, the tobacco companies
have finally, like Osama, been driven off into the hills.
From there they continue to seduce the rest of the


vote


world and still lure our own kids into danger. Mostly
though, they've been routed. Lung cancer incidence is
already declining.
But Satan takes on many forms. The Marlboro
Man may have been deported to Thailand, but Ronald
McDonald is still here, tempting us daily into a short-
ened life span. Indeed the main reason that the U.S.
span has not spurted ahead of the rest of the world,
what with our big advances in medical science, is that
we're fat. Cancer and heart disease may still be our
biggest killers, but diabetes is coming on fast.
And therein lies a serious public policy question.
Conservative commentators and politicians feel that
what we eat is our own business (like smoking) and
government simply ought to butt out. We've created
enough of a Nanny State as it is, they say. But health
officials, worried parents, insurance companies, and
corporate critics take a different view. Why should we
subject ourselves to poor health just for corporate
profit?
Years ago the health nuts successfully established
a potent bridgehead. They got nutrition labels on most
food packaging, and if you bother to read them, some
are pretty scary. Unfortunately it's largely encrypted,
comprehensible only to the cognoscenti who have
studied the code.
Thus some jurisdictions, like Connecticut, have
decided to push intervention up a n6tch. Thanks to the
legislature, our children can now no longer buy 'soda
pop at school. That sounds like a no-brainer, but it set
off the War of the Worlds in Hartford. The proposal
,became informally known as the Lobbyist Full
Employment Act, but thankfully, it passed.
So the question is now, how much more should
government control, and how much should instead be
left to individual decision-making under our hallowed
concepts of liberty? Mostly, it's the food corporations
who are pushing liberty.
Unfortunately the numbers suggest that we not
leave it to them. Sixteen percent of school age kids
are now "obese," condemning them to a raft of chron-
ic health problems as life advances. We're the fattest
country in the world, except for some suicidal South
Sea islanders. No, not because we, like they, think fat
is beautiful, but because sugar and grease taste good
and sell more product.
Besides soda bans, this danger has set some local
governments and non-profit institutions to pushing
ahead further still. Fairfield, Cheshire, and Canton
have even ended school bake sales, and many educa-
tion boards and Parent Teacher Associations are por-
ing over lunch menus looking to raise nutritional val-
ues. Further, public pressure has even slightly added
to the "healthy" items on the. McDonalds menu. And
blessed Subway claims not to use grease at all. What
a revolution! Plus, believe it or not, the University of
Virginia Medical Center puts colored stickers on its
vending machine offerings distinguishing the healthy
from the poisonous.
But should government do more to, say, control
TV ads for Amalgamated Grease and Intergalactic
Sugar? It sounds like tobacco all over again, only a lot
more complicated. Given the diversity of food prod-
ucts, could we make a useful dent in the universal
flood of food ads, considering that we don't even pro-
hibit beer commercials?
Well, maybe. Remember, while beer is still OK
on TV, hard liquor is gone. With luck, this kind of
compromise is possible for food too. Let's first only
ban ads for the most egregious pound-adding and
heart-stopping items. All right, maybe we sophisticat-
ed editorial page readers know about such foods
already. But the big beneficiaries would be the kids,
the poor, and the new immigrant. They're the ones
most likely to get fat and sick from following the
blandishments of advertising.


OCTOBER 18, 2006





'Your


You Spoke Out,,

Santa Rosa...
Sunday, 7:47 a.m.
Hi, this is Ed. I was surprise
to see they are saving trees in 1th
new shopping center they ace
planning to build. But the ne\
-day, I drove by and saw a lot il
those oaks they had marked dowi
on the ground. We've got to savs
trees.

Saturday, 8:06 p.m. -
This is Jeff. It is nice to see
businesses move to Milton, be~
why Whataburger? Why can't x6
bring in Olive Garden, Applebes
or something like that? Why do&i
this city have to. stay in the 17
century? 8
Editor's Note: The City Sh
nothing to do with "picking?
which restaurants come her
Individual business owne
decide to invest dollars alnd
decide which franchise the'y
want to buy.

Thursday, 1:46 p.m.
My name is Vic. Ijust % an til
to let Tony know that I wa borD
in Michigan. It was much itort
rural than this area apd it is north
of the Mason Dixon line So
maybe his idea of makinrl
Hammersmith residents mo'e
north won't help.

Thursday, 1:41 p.m.
I would like to salute Dan
McKenzie for the people and the
companies he salutes each day in
the paper. I enjoy waiting to see
who is next in his ads. Thanks
again to Dan McKenzie and
McKenzie Motors. This is
Martha.

Thursday, 8:03 a.m.
This is Kenneth. I see in the
news that millions of dollars will
be spent for Navarre beautifica-
tion. Our politicians tell us this is
FEMA and other money. But
when you get to the bottom line,
this is taxpayer money. They
wonder why we want no new
taxes, all they have to do is look at
this. They need to learn how to
properly spend our dollars. Don't
let them fool you, grant money
and FEMA money is still all tax-
payer money.


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it is not looking so good."
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on an emotional roller coaster
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to see him.. .you bum up.
"Being inside the prison is
the worse punishment because
he loved the outdoors; my,
grandpa wonders how he has
lasted as long as he has because
he lived outside."
Paul recalls what they used
to do on weekends as his father
used to work on building hous-
es and hunt.
"I haven't gone hunting
since he went to prison,' says
Paul Rutherford. "We used to
run our fox dogs every Saturday
and Sunday.
"He would put a blanket on
the fox box so we could lay
there and listen to the dogs and
later fall asleep."
Besides getting a cold
shoulder from people when
they realize who she is and who
her dad is, Grayson has also had
been forced to answer a very
difficult question from her son.
"The other day, my son was
crying at the table wanting to
know why they had to take his
grandpa and kill his best
friend," says Grayson. "That is
hard to explain.
"He told me that his -grand-
pa was the only one who will sit
and listen to him as they talk
about school, football, and auto
racing."
As they prepare for what is
scheduled today, there are still
some questions the family has,
especially concerning Mary
Heaton.
"She, should be prosecut-
ed," says Paul. "But they let her
off for her testimony."
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there are many questuons with
the conflicting e% idence and the
pending questions about lethal
injection.
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kill." said Gra son. "I guess
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unique-bordering lakes, "
streams and rivers. Daniel
describes the hiking experience
as being beneficial iil two areas:
psychological and physical.
"You are getting away from
the hum-drum of life," says
, Daniel. "Hiking clears your
mind, allows you to think logi-
cally and reasonably. And the
obvious, benefit is to your
health. Exercise does your.
body good, gets your heart-rate
up, and, fills your lungs with
clean air."


Thames-
Continued From Page One.
ment in downtown by working
with the City.
"I believe in the Main
Street concept. My experience
has been wonderful. However,
I feel a greater need and can
serve better as an Economic
Development committee mem-
ber with the City," explains
Thames. /
She says her Main Street
office on Margaret Street, will
continue functioning as Main
Street's office until other office
space is located for the organi-
zation.
Story written by Pamela
Holt. Reach her at:
holt@sr-pg.comn


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n Fall


* Daniel says the most fami-
ly-friendly .trail is Juniper
Creek.
"A lot of families hike
together (there), because it's
typical with sandy bottomed
streams," says Daniel.
Officials for Blackwater
State Forest say Juniper Trail a;
stretches from Pensacola to the
'Everglades-1,300 miles. It iL
was built and maintained by the
Western Gate Chapter of the 'N"
Florida Trail Association. The 'Lr
local trail is 7.7 miles-from .
the Blackwater River State'
Forest and the last mile is in the
Blackwater State Park.
Where the trail leaves -
Juniper Creek, according to
Trail officials, is where the ele-
vation changes. The creek is
pristine, and canopied with
Atlantic white cedars, bald
cypress, magnolias, and pines.
Many locals remember
swimming in the creeks as chil-
dren, running through the pines
and playing tag, and touching
the* now-endangered pitcher
plants.
Daniel suggests rookie hik- o
ers wear "good boots and take
water. Bring a compass-I
never go in the woods without.
one," says Daniel.
He emphasizes bringing '..;
any medication along with you '/*'
while hiking. He says to store
"meds for emergencies."


Boys
Continued From.Page One.
scheduled to begin with a meet- o
ing on November 2nd, at 6 p.m. ,'
at St. Mary's Episcopal Church.
There is no registration and no '
fee to attend. '
For more information, call;
(850) 607-1659.
To support the Down
Syndrome Association of
Northwest Florida contact the
organization at P.O. Box 573,
Bagdad, Florida 32530-0573 or
call.
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Hough. Reach her at:
hough @sr-pg, corn


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Lifestyles


Earnest Edward "Joe" Gill and Ola Mae Nelson
Gill-today-ready to celebrate more than a half


er. century as one.

Gills set to mark 60 years together


Mr. Earnest Edward (Joe)
Gill and Mrs. Ola Mae (Nelson)
Gill, of the Berrydale
Community which is near Jay,
Florida, in Northern Santa Rosa
County, will be celebrating
their 60th Wedding Anniversary
on Saturday, Oqtober 28, 2006,
from 2:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m.
They will be having an Open
House Reception at the Fidelis
Community Center, just north
of the Berrydale Crossroad cau-
tiond light, on the right hand

October includes
many events in
East Milton area
Monday was the day report
cards were sent home. The first
nine weeks of school went by
quickly, and many feel this will
be a good progress report for
students and teachers.
Now through 27 is the
annual fall Book Fair. This is a
very popular event that stu-
dents, teachers and family
members enjoy. On October 19
the Family Night will be held
during the Book Fair. This gives
working parents a chance to
browse and shop for reading
materials, for their children.
October 23 through 27 will
be National Red Ribbon Week
and special events and themes
are planned for each day.


side, just off of Highway 87, in
Northern Santa Rosa County.
All of their family and friends
are invited to attend their 60th
Wedding . Anniversary
Celebration. No gifts Please.
Mr. and Mrs. Gill as that your
presence be their gifts.
Mr. and Mrs. Gill are the
parents of three sons-Dale
Gill, who is .deceased, Larry
Wayne Gill, and John Edward
Gill both of the Berrydale
Community.
Mrs. Ola Mae (Nelson) Gill


was born and raised in the
Berrydale Community near Jay,
Florida. She is the daughter of
the late Mr. John Melborn
Nelson-and the late Mrs. Fannie
(Hopkins) Nelson.
Mr. Earnest Edward (Joe)
Gill was born and raised in the
McClellan Community near
Munson, Florida.
He is the son of the late Mr.
Earnest H.' Gill and the late
Mrs. Charlotte (McSwain) Gill.
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Community News



Milton Garden Club plans Saturday Harvest Festival


charge), a chance to enjoy sea-
sonal soups, home made treats
and purchase live plants and
bulbs for the upcoming holi-
days! Members are offering


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Phone: (850) 983-5325
Fax: (850) 983-5330


their best baked goods, candles
and breads for sale, as well as
Brunch, offering three distinc-
tively different soups - Corn
chowder, Pumpkin, and
Chicken Enchilada, served with
fresh cornbread or crackers,
beverage and dessert ($5).
Guests are invited to eat in or
take out!
A special purchase of
healthy Day Lily and Amaryllis
bulbs will be offered, including
the stunning "Papelio"


Amaryllis with creamy white
and crimson stripe flowers and
evergreens foliage. In addition,
there will be selections of
plants from the ARC Nursery
and La Rancho Orquidea.
Come early and enjoy Brunch.
Get ready for the holidays
ahead.
Take a chance on the four
"Holiday Delight Baskets" full
of goodies, which will be drawn
at 3 p.m. (do not need to be
present to win). The Milton


Team-a-thon is Tuesday


The Milton Relay for Life
Steering Committee has sched-
uled its 2007 Teamn-A-Thon for
6 p.m., for Tuesday, October 24
at the Student Activities Center
at 2007 Relay event. Great
campsites are still available to
those wishing to register. Not
sure or have questions? Please
join us at this team-a-thon and
see what all the excitement is
all about. Teams can consist of



Gem Lore
by William E. Cobb
Past President Florida Jewelers
Spokesman for Jewelers of America
Diamonds, More Than A
Girl's Best Friend.
Long before the earliest recording
of man's history primitive people
were attracted by shiny pebbles.
Most of the early civilizations
placed a high relative value on the
attractive stones they picked.
Some of the earliest craftsmanship
was involved in self-ornamenta-
tion employing colorful or shiny
minerals and gems. Diamonds or
other attractive minerals were used
to adorn statues of the Gods of
ahnost all primitive peoples. In
India where diamonds were first
found, they were regarded as the
most attractive of all minerals
because they were not only the
brightest and shiniest but also the
most durable. Diamonds have long
been among the most prized pos,
sessions of royalty. The history of
some gems still in existence covers
more years than the histories of
some gems still in existence covers
more years than the histories of
many modern nations. They have
been the gifts and ransoms of
kings. The desire to won diamonds
has provoked destructive wars,
assassinations, famous robberies
of individuals and nations, and
"violent crimes. Large, beautiful
diamonds were worn by many of
the conquering, rulers of history,
mostly to protect them in battle.
You see, diamonds are even more
than a girl's best friend!


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BIG GARAGE
SALE
8am-Sat. Oct. 21
at 5932 Castle Dr.
Lots of winter
clothes & jeans -
ALL SIZES -
250-990. Lots of,
misc. (some coats)
(11am-1pm
BUCK-A-BAG)

BIG YARD SALE
EVERYTHING
MUST GO!
Movies, baby items,
Christmas decora-
tions and lots of
misc. Sat. Oct 21st
7am - 1pm

ESTATE SALE
Friday 20th and
Saturday 21st
8a.m.- 2p.m.
5662 Whispering
Woods Dr. Pace
off of Berryhill Rd.AII
Items Must Be Sold!

GARAGE SALE
Fri. & Sat.
(Oct. 20 & 21)
7am until 12 noon
5547 Andromeda
Dr., Milton in Starhill
Estates. Clothing,
baby clothes, toys,
cookware & misc.


INSIDE SALE
Rain or Shine, at the
Riley House in Pace,
next to Winn Dixie.
4240 Hwy 90.
Sat. Oct. 21st, 8am
till 3. The house is
packed with furni-
ture, collectibles,
pictures, knick-
knacks, dryer, camo
men's clothes.
There's something
for everyone.
HUGE ESTATE
TYPE SALE
Old furniture,
dishes, iron ware,
buggy seat, pictures,
sewing machine,
jewelry cabinet.
4576 Fawnwood Ct.
in Pace. Fri. & Sat.
8am til ?
TOOL & YARD
SALE
Friday & Saturday,
Oct. 20th & 21st
5250 Bent Tree Rd.,
Milton
8:00AM till ?
YARD SALE
Oct. 21st, 8-1
3-Families - Barbies,
VHS's, clothes,
printer, plants and
much more.
6473 Colonial Dr. off
Stewart, King &
Queen Streets.


MULTI-FAMILY
YARD SALE
Saturday, Oct. 21st
from 7am-1 pm.
4542 Alba St. be-
hind Movie Gallery
on Hwy 90 in Pace.
Look for signs @
intersection of W.
Spencerfield Rd.
& Hwy 90.
Cancel if rain.

YARD SALE
To help grandbaby
who got her neck
broke in a car wreck.
4512 Mesquite Dr.
Thurs. - Sat.
7am until ?
YARD SALE
Baby stuff, furniture,
Christmas decora-
tions, children's
clothes, toys, home
school and various
books. Multifamily.
6518 Arlingwood Dr.
Sat. Oct. 21st 8-12
Canceled if rain.

HUGE
NEIGHBORHOOD
YARD SALE
Saturday October 21
8:00 a.m.- 1 p.m.
Bay Oaks Dr.
off Garcon Pt. Rd.
377-6919


FAMILY SAID get
rid of 50 yr. collec-
tion. Table after ta-
ble of items. Jew-
lery, music boxes,
furniture, lights,
household items.
4691 Gieger Rd.
North of Hickory
Hammock Rd. south
of interstate, east of
Ward Basin Rd.,
west of 87. Sat.
Oct. 21st, from
8am - 3pm
RUMMAGE SALE
Ladies of PWOC of
NAS Whiting Field
will have a rummage
sale on Sat. Oct. 21,
2006 from 8am to
1pm at RSVP Bldg.
on corner of Buck-
skin Dr. & Dogwood
(89 Bypass) Any
questions, call Bert
Craig-President
PWOC 981-1188
YARD SALE
Oct. 21st at 7am
6174 Red Tail Dr. in
Milton (off of Glover
in Hawks Nest)
YARD SALE
October 20th & 21st,
8am-4pm on Yucca
Dr. off of Avalon
Blvd. Couch, chair
and lots of stuff.


people from any group includ-
ing businesses, clubs, families,
friends, hospitals, churches and .
service organizations, Thirty-
six teams have already regis-
tered for the April 27 & 28,
2007 event to be held at PJC
Milton Campus. On-line regis-
tration is available at
www/acsevents.org/relay/fl/mil
ton. If you would like to find
out how your team can take an
active role in the fight against
cancer in our community, con-
tact Leann McCombs at 293-
1299.


Adventure Club

grabbing their

canoes/,kayaks

The Adventure .Club of the
.Center for Lifelong Learning is
having a kayak/canoe trip on
Coldwater Creek north of
Milton. The group will meet
Saturday at '4 p.m. at Mi
Adventures Unlimited Kayak & ne
Canoe Rental. Gu
Those wanting to partici- sch
pate are asked to bring lots of Ior
drinking water and a picnic eff
lunch.


Garden Club is located at 5236
Alabama St., corner of
Berryhill .& Alabama St. in
downtown Milton, FL.
All proceeds from this
event go to maintain the prem-


ises and educational programs
of the Milton Garden Club.'
New members are always wel-
come! For more information
call 626-1422 or 623-8493.
. Submitted article


lton Pilot Club member Shirley Coffman presents several items of
w clothing to East Milton .Elementary School. Marsh Pugh,
lidance Counselor at EMES accepted the donated items for the
hool's emergency clothes closet. The Milton Pilot Club has been a
igtime supporter of the school, and school officials say the club's
orts for the students are greatly appreciated.
Submitted photo


Obituaries


Beal,
Kenneth Wayne
1941 - 2006
Kenneth Wayne Beal
received his Promotion to
Heaven at the age of 64 on
Thursday, October 12, 2006.
Born October 30, 1941 in
Dix, IL, he had resided in Pace,
FL for 29 years.
He has always been a dedi-
cated Christian. loving hus-
band, dad, grandpa, brother,
uncle and a very dear friend to


many people. He has touched
many lives and everyone that he
came in contact with fell in love
with him. He sang bass with the
Samaritans from 1974 until
God called him home on
October 12, 2006. He now sings
bass with God in the Heavenly
choir.
He was a proud U.S. Navy
veteran that served his Country
from 1959-1963. He also
worked for CSX Transportation
from 1970-2002 and enjoyed
his job as a locomotive engi-
neer. He was known as Preacher


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The Milton Garden Club is
proud to announce their
Harvest Fest, to be held
Saturday, October 21, from 8
a.m. to 3 p.m. (no admission


Man by many of his co-workers
as he witnessed on the job.
He was preceded in death
by his parents-John and
Thelma Beal; sister-Donna
Jean.Beal; father and mother-
in-law-Melvin and Gussie
Hawthorne.
Survivors include his lov-
ing wife of 45 years-Lorene
Beal; son-Michael Beal
(Christina); daughter-Donna
Carroll (Butch); son,
Christopher Beal (Kim); grand-
children-Kenneth Lance &
Sasha Lorene Carroll, Kayla
Nicole Beal; step-grand chil-
dren-Karlle Carroll Jr., Alex
Kabbage, Jessie Armstrong;
step-great grand children-
Stephen, Beau & Jesse Carroll;
sister-Dana Hilliard; Three
special brothers-in-law; Four
special sisters-in-law; many
nieces & nephews and many
other family members and pre-
cious friends.
HE WILL BE GREATLY
MISSED BY EVERYONE.
Pallbearers-Lance
Carroll, Douglas Hawthorne,
Timmy Clark, Johnny
Hawthorne, David Wilson,
Rodney Lunsford, Randy Bray,
Karlle Carroll, Jr., Chris
Lunsford, and Kyle Lunsford.







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The Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Wednesday October 18, 2004


Pane 8-A






UUIIUNUUyCom m unity N ewsuu Luu iI....................
Community News


Recent births at the Medical Center


Amy & Scott Mahoney, a
daughter, Megan Mahoney,
born Tuesday, September 5,
2006.
Heather H. Bass & Aaron
A. Woodall, a daughter, Amelia
Rose Woodall, born
Wednesday, September 6, 2006.


Rachel J. Raught & Paul W.
Raught, a daughter, Hannah
Priscilla Raught, born
Thursday, September 7, 2006.
Christina M, Smith & Brian
A. Cawthon, a daughter,
Breanne Marie Smith, born
Friday, September 8, 2006.


'Milton officials gathered recently to "snip the ribbon," marking the
,construction of a new warehouse.
SPress Gazette photo by Pamela Holt


iCity getting new warehouse


:By PAMELA HOLT
SPress Gazette Staff Writer
"There's a lot of building
here for $1,000,000," says
sMilton City Councilman Grady
I-

BRIEFLY
-Cemetery Board

-to meet Oct. 26
The Milton Benevolent
'Cemetery Board will meet
'Monday at 2 p.m. in
,Conference Room. B of City
Hall, 6738 Dixon Street. For
further information, contact the
City Manager's Office at 983-
5411.

Munson Alumni
plan homecoming
The annual Alumni
'Homecoming of Munson High
-School will be held Thursday at
:Bear Lake. A covered dish
luncheon will begin at noon.
All graduates or attendees
'of Munson High School are
welcome.

MHS Class of 87
looking for you?
Anyone belonging to the
Milton High School Class of
.1987, is asked to contact Kerrie
Broxson Allen at
,gkeallen@hotmail.com or
'Katrina Kingry Dawson at
tim.dawson@mchsi.com.


Hester. Hester says, to hire a
contractor to rebuild the city
warehouse-will cost
$1,500,000 to $2,000,000.
"We got a good deal and we
have to credit the whole City
Council; they do find ways to
save money for citizens," says
Hester.
The new City warehouse
and garage at 6731 Magnolia
Street is operating with more
storage and garage space than
before, say City officials.
According to Hester, build-
ing the warehouse/garage, even
at its pricy tag of $1,080,000, is
saving taxpayers close to a mil-
lion dollars.
"Insuring the old 'garage
and warehouse, we paid
$5,000- just for flood-annu-
ally; but we had to meet a
$1,000,000 deductible. Once
we spent that much in damages,
they .would begin coverage.
Here, in this new building, we
only pay $5,000. In essence,
we're saving money," says
Hester.
He says the building is
emergency powered, and he
wouldn't hesitate to stay in the
building during a hurricane.
"I would feel very safe
here," says Hester, "during any
storm."
The old City Police build-
ing on Alabama Street, which is
used for storage, will be razed
soon, according to Hester.


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


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Tonya M. Forester & Eric
W. Forester, a daughter, Emma
Darien Forester, born Friday,
September 8, 2006
Tricia F. Bare & Keith A.
Passmore, a daughter,
Alexzandra Gabrielle Kay-Ann
Passmore. born Friday,
September 8, 2006.
Theresa M. Crockett &
Jarett N. Crockett, a son,
Easton Nathaniel Crockett,
born Friday, September 8,
2006.
Michelle & Michael Black,
a son, Beau Michael Black,
born Sunday, September 10,
2006.
Jessica & Chad Hosford, a
daughter, Destiny Alissa
Hosford,. born Sunday,
September 10, 2006.
Jessica & Scott Hoeft, a
son, Carter Thomas Hoeft,
born Tuesday, September 12,,
2006.
Elisabeth - & Thomas
Melvin, a son, Ethan Matthew
Melvin, born Wednesday,
September 13, 2006.
Katryna Bryan, a son,
J'dryk Lamontre Pinkney,
born Wednesday, September
13, 2006.
Wendy & Colin Walsh, a
son, Ryan Seamus Walsh, born
Thursday, September 14, 2006.
Tamara & Christopher


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Schulte, a son, Landon
Christopher Schulte, born
Thursday, September 14, 2006.
Lisa Cumberland &
Brandon Watson, a daughter,
Laiden Reeves Cumberland,
born Friday, September 15,
2006.
Kim Brumbaugh &
Timothy A. Cullum, a son,
Timothy T. Cullum, born
Monday, September 18, 2006.
Natalie & Marshall Shaw, a
daughter, Ashley Nicole Shaw,
born Monday, September 25,
2006.
Kaitlin Broxson & Robert
Morgan, a son, Elijah Dean
Morgan, born Tuesday,
September 26, 2006.
Rachel & Christopher
Goodyear, a daughter, Lillian
Grace Goodyear, born Tuesday,
September 26, 2006.
Misty & Keith Wade II, a
son, Stephen Drizzt Wade, born
Wednesday, September 27,
2006.
JoAnne & Chad Ryan, a
son, Zachary Chad Ryan, born
Wednesday, . September 27,
2006.
Tammie Williams & Ryan
Griener, a daughter Haley
Rebecca-Lynn Griener, born
Wednesday, September 27,
2006.


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State Road 10 (US 90) from CR 197A (Woodbine Road) to SR 281 (Avalon Boulevard)
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The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) has scheduled a Public Information Meeting regarding final design being for
proposed improvements to State Road 10 (US 90) from CR 197A (Woodbine Road) to SR 281 (Avalon Boulevard) in Santa Rosa
County. The meeting will be held:
S- DATE: Thursday, October 19, 2006
I TIME: 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm
_"_ . PLACE: Immanuel Baptist Church
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The purpose of the meeting is to afford interested persons an opportunity to express their views concerning improvements to US 90 in Santa Rosa County.
The principle intent of this project is to extend the useful life of the existing asphalt pavement through milling and resurfacing. The project also includes access
management improvements such as construction of new raised medians and new left turn lanes, and modifications or closures of existing median openings
and driveways. Other improvements include widening existing right turn lanes to provide bicycle keyhole lanes and miscellaneous drainage improvements.
The meeting will be conducted in an open house format (no formal presentation will be made). Plans for the project will be on display, and FDOT representa-
tives and consultant staff will be available to discuss the project, answer questions, and receive comments,
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Chumuckla UMC New Update
A new praise and worship service has been underway for a few
months now with great things happening. Greg Blackman, the
Minister of Music, is doing an excellent job of leading the upbeat
music for the 9:15 a.m. service each Sunday.
Stephen Ministry is an important part of Chumuckla UMC.
Sunday, October 8, the second class, was commissioned. Those
completing the 20-week course were Patsy Ard, Robin Barber,
Anita Caraway, Elaine Joseph and Greg Joseph. With a total of 10
Stephen Ministers, one on one Christian care will be given out to
more hurting people.
"Because I Care" (BIC) is a new ministry, which was launched, in
early summer to offer visits to lonely people. With 25 BIC minis-
ters, they will be able to visit so many inore homebound and lone-
ly people than ever before.
CUMC is providing After School Care for Chumuckla ES for the
second year. The numbers have almost doubled over last year. The
church's Children and Youth Director, Lisa Lassiter, is the Director
for CAC. She has two very capable ladies working with her, Tryllis
Kilpatrick and Patsy Ard.
Rev. Clive Knights, pastor of CUMC, invites everyone to come and
experience the love that is shown by the church family. Sunday ser-,
vices are 9:15 a.m., 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Wednesday nights' supper
is served at 5:30 and Bible Study, and children activities start at
6:30 p.m.

True Grace Revival to be this week
True Grace Fellowship Assembly of God Church, located at 5178
Willard Norris Rd, Milton, would like to invite you to Revival ser-
vices beginning Sunday, Oct. 22 and continuing till Wednesday,
Oct: 25th. Sunday service begins at 6 p.m. and Monday through
Wednesday services will be 7 p.m. nightly. Guest preachers will be
Rev. John Hunt and Rev. Kevin Bond. Doors open 1 hour before
services. Come early for good seats. There will be great music and
wonderful preaching every service. For more information, contact
Pastor Duke Barrow at 623-4795 or 623-9634.

FallFest is Saturday at Eternal Trinity!
Eternal Trinity Lutheran Avalon & Hwy. 90, across
Church of Milton will hold its from K-Mart. Admission is
first Fall Fest Saturday, Oct. 21 free and there will be plenty of
from 1 p.m. until 4 p.m. at the parking. Everyone is welcome
church located at 6076 Old to come and enjoy! See you
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Services with Evangelist Terry
Sanders
Liberty Baptist Church, located at
6763 Margaret Street in Milton, will
be having Revival Services begin-
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through Wednesday, October 25th.
Sunday services will be 9:45 a.m.
and 11 a.m. Following will be the
noon meal and afternoon services will be at 1:30. Monday
through Wednesday services will be nightly at 7 p.m.
Brother Terry Sanders is a blind evangelist from Spring Hill, FL.
He will speak at all the services. There will be Bluegrass Gospel
playing and singing. Everyone is invited tb come out and hear
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Gold City, a Gospel singing group, will be in concert Friday,
October 27th at the First Baptist Church of Gulf Breeze, located at
555 Fairpoint Drive in Gulf Breeze. Doors will open at 6:45 p.m.
Cost is $10 at the door with children age 12 and under being free.
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Master's Men in concert
The Master's Men Quartet will be in concert at Wesley Memorial
United Methodist Church on Sunday, October 22, 2006 at 10 a.m.
A covered dish luncheon will follow. Everyone is invited to come
and join in and enjoy the food, and fellowship.
Ard Field Homecoming Sunday
The Ard Field Church of Christ in Chumuckla will have
Homecoming Day Sunday, October 22, 2006. Services start at 10
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Dear Pastor Gallups, "I heard a sermon on Hell once and the
preacher said that there were degrees of Hell. He based it on
Luke 12:47-48. Is this true...could you please explain?
P.L., Milton
Dear P.L.,
The passage you refer to reads as follows: Luke 12:47-48
(NIV)
47 "That servant who knows his master's will and does not
get ready or does not do what his master wants will be beat-
en with many blows.
48 But the one who does not know and does things deserv-
ing punishment will be beaten with few blows. From every-
one who has been given much, much will be demanded; and
from the one who has been entrusted with much, much more
will be asked," At first glance, it may appear that this passage
gives to support of the idea of "degrees of punishment" in Hell.
However, the context is that Jesus is telling a parable against the
religious leaders of Israel. He was condemning them because
God had given them so much truth and revelation over the years,
yet they still missed the coming of His Son!
Jesus is using an illustrative story to illustrate that the Jews
would be held more accountable and would be disciplined very
severely by the Lord because they of all people should have
known that Jesus was their Messiah. THEY were the ones to
whom "much had been entrusted."
There may be degrees of punishment in hell.. .but I do not find
this clear teaching anywhere in scripture. I pray all reading this
article will MISS hell by making sure that salvation is yours
through surrendering to Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior of your
life.
Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in Milton.
He has a Bachelor of Science degree from Florida State University, and a Master
of Divinity from The New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. He has been
pastor of HHBC since 1987. He serves as an International Youth Evangelist for
the Southern Baptist Convention since 1990 preaching all over the U.S. and
Canada. For more information about HHBC, call 623-8959 or visit our website
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Legals


NOTICE OF ACTION

BEFORE THE BOARD OF
NURSING

IN RE: The license to
nursing

Susan Springer
Davidson,
1432 El Sereno Place
Gulf Breeze, FL 32563

CASE NO.: 2005-4386

LICENSE NO.: RN
2927512

The Department of Health
has filed an Administrative
Complaint against you, a
copy of which may be
obtained by contacting,
Olile Evans, .Assistant
General Counsel,
Prosecution Services Unit,
4052 Bald Cypress Way,
Bin #C65, Tallahassee
Florida 32399-3265, (850)
245-4640

If no contact has h,,en
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
informal proceeding.

In accordance with the
Americans with Disabilities
Act, persons needing a
special accommodation to
participate in this proceed-
ing should contact the indi-
vidual or agency sending
this notice not later than
seven days prior to the pro-
ceeding 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.
Etheridge of Pensacola,
Florida has petitioned the
Supreme Court of Florida
for reinstatement to The
Florida 'Bar. Any persons
having knowledge bearing
upon the petitioner's fitness
or qualifications to resume
the practice of law should
contact M. Underwood,
Staff Investigator for The
.Florida Bar, at (850) 475-
5017 or 1-800-342-8060,
ext. 6770.

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NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S
SALE

NOTICE is hereby given
that pursuant to WRIT OF
EXECUTION issued in,
Circuit Court of Santa Rosa
County, Florida, on the
13TH day of September,
2006 in the cause wherein
Heath Claiborne, Benita
Claiborne and Nightowl
Investments, LLC., were
.,plaintiffs and Eric Herrholz,
Katina Herrholz and
Housing Re-Development,,
Inc. were-defendants, being
Case No. 06-516CA in said
court, I, Wendell Hall, As
Sheriff of Santa Rosa
County, Florida, have
levied upon all the right,
title, and interest of the
defendant, Eric Herrholz in
and to the following










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described real property, to
wit:

DESCRIPTION OF PROP-
ERTY

1. Street Address: 1383
Calcutta Drive
Gulf Breeze, FL 32563
Parcel ID: 29-2S-28-5440-
00B00-0060

Lot 6, Block B, Tiger Point
Village Unit 1, according to
the map or plat thereof as
recorded in Plat Book C,
Page(s) 8, Public Records
of Santa Rosa County,
Florida. .

2. Street Address: 5839
Elaine Ave.
Milton, FL 32583
Parcel ID 17-1S-28-0000-
00809-0000

Commence at the
Northeast corner of
Section 17, Township 1
South, Range 28 West,
Santa Rosa County,
Florida; thence S 052 00' E
(Government Bearing)
along the East line of said
Section a distance of
3458.80 feet; thence S 851
00' W for a distance of
250.0 feet to the Point of
Beginning. Said point being
the intersection of the
South right of way line of
Elaine Avenue (50' R/W)
and the West right of way
line of Amy Street (50'
R/W); thence S 05� 09'E
along the West right of way
line of Amy Street for a dis-
tance of 370.42 feet to a
curve concave to the right
having a radius of 88.40
feet; thence along said
curve for an arc distance of
146.01 feet; thence S89Q
29' W along the North right
of way line of Angie Drive
(50' R/W) for a distance of
189.05 feet; thence N 052
09'W for a distance of
472.74 feet to the South
right of way line of Elaine
Avenue; thence S 89214' E
along said right of way for a
distance of 285.59 feet to
the Point of Beginning. Said
land being Lots 51, 52 and
a portion of Lots 50 and 53
of Bebe Forest, an
unrecorded .subdivision by
J. W. Cook.

3. Street Address: 6303
Wolfe Road
Milton, FL 32570-9283
Parcel ID 24-2N-28-0000-
03103-0000

A parcel of land in the SE ?
of the SW ? of Section 24,
Township 2, North, Range
28 West and described as
follows: Beginning 30 feet
West of the NE corner of
said forty acre tract and
running South along the
-West side of Wolfe Road
165 feet; thence West to
the East bank of Clear
Creek about 600 feet; then
North along the East bank
of Clear Creek to the North
line of said forty acre tract
then East to the point of
beginning. Together with a
rhobile home located there-
on described as follows:
1985 Harrison Single Wide
mobile home bearing VIN #
HHJFL21850879.

4. Street Address: 5917
Elaine Ave.
Milton, FL 32583
Parcel ID 17-1S-28-0000-
00829-0000

Commence at the
-Northeast corner of
Section 17, Township 1
South, Range 28 West,
Santa- Rosa County,
Florida; thence 60 South 05
degrees 00 minutes 00
seconds East along the
East line of said Section 17
for a distance of 3458.80
feet to the Southerly right of
way line of Elaine Avenue
(50' R/W); thence South 85
degrees 00 minutes 00
seconds West along said


Southerly right of way line
for a distance of 200.00
feet, said point being the
Intersection of the south
right of way line of Elaine
Avenue and the Easterly
right of way line of Angle
Drive (50' R/W); thence
North 89 degrees 14 min-
utes 00 seconds West for a
distance of 50.14 feet, said
point being the intersection
of the South right of way
line of Elaine Avenue and
the Westerly right of way
line of Angle Drive; thence
continue North 89 degrees
14 minutes 00 seconds
West for a distance of
564.26 feet to the point of
beginning; thence continue
North 89 degrees 14 min-
utes 00 seconds West for a
distance of 182.00 feet;
thence South 00 degrees
46 minutes 00 seconds
West for a distance of
242.07 feet; thence South
89 degrees 26 minutes 56
seconds East for a dis-
tance of 182.00 feet to
marker; thence North 00
degrees 46 minutes 00
seconds East for a dis-
tance of 242.07 feet to the
point of beginning.
Conveyed herein Is a. ?
interest in all oil, gas and
minerals and the remaining
?' interest is reserved unto
Floreine D. Cook.'

5. Street Address: Pine
Harbor Subdivision, Lot 14,
Block 9
Michigan Ave.
Milton, FL 32583
Parcel ID 25-1S-28-3160-
00900-0140

Lot 14, Block 9, Pine
Harbor or Dickerson City
Subdivision, according to
the map or plat thereof as
recorded in Deed Book A-
25, Page(s) 235, Public
Records of Santa Rosa
County, Florida.

And on the 14th day of
November, 2006 I shall
offer this property for sale,
at the east front door of the
Santa Rosa Criminal
Justice Facility, in Milton,
Santa Rosa County,
Florida, at the hour of 1:00
p.m. on or as soon there-
after as possible. I will offer
for sale all the said defen-
dant's, Eric Herrholz, right,
,title and interest in the
aforesaid real property, at
public auction and will sell
the same, subject to taxes,
all prior liens, encum-
brances and judgments, if
any to the highest and best
bidder for CASH IN HAND.
The proceeds to be applied
as far as may be to the pay-
ment of costs and the satis-
faction of the above--
described execution.

WENDELL HALL, SHER-
IFF OF
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
By: /s/LARRY MATRON
Larry Matroni
Deputy Sheriff

IF YOU HAVE A DISABILI-
TY REQUIRING SPECIAL
ACCOMMODATIONS OR
TO ARRANGE TO VIEW
THE PROPERTY, PLEASE
CONTACT JANICE PLATT
(850)-983-1281 AT LEAST
SEVEN. (7) DAYS PRIOR
TO THE SALE DATE.

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
JUVENILE DIVISION '
CASE NO. 04-DP-152

'IN THE INTEREST OF:

P. M. 10/19/2004


A MINOR CHILD

TO: Jessica Mauldin,
Natural Mother
I/Ika 4312 Mason Lane
Milton, FL 32583

Natural Mother of: P. M., a
minor child

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a Petition under
oath has been filed In the
above styled Court for
the termination of
parental rights of P.M., a
male child born on the
19th day of October,
2004, In Santa Rosa
County, Florida, by the
Department of Children
and Family Services, for
subsequent adoption,
and you are hereby com-
manded to be and appear
before the Honorable
Marci L. Goodman, Judge
of the Circuit Court In
and for Santa Rosa
County, Florida, at the
Santa Rosa County
Courthouse, 6865
Caroline Street, Milton FL
32570, on the 4th day of
December, 2006 , at 9:00
a.m. You must either
appear on the data and at
the time specified or
send a written response
to the Court prior to that
time.

YOUR FAILURE TO
APPEAR OR RESPOND
SHALL BE TREATED AS
A CONSENT TO TERMI-
NATION OF PARENTAL
RIGHTS AND YOU SHALL
PERMANENTLY LOSE
ALL LEGAL RIGHTS AS
A PARENT TOTHE CHILD
NAMED IN THE PETITION
FOR TERMINATION OF
PARENTAL RIGHTS.

WITNESS my hand as the
Clerk of said Court and
the Seal thereof, this 6th
day of October, 2006.

CLERK OF COURT
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: LISA A. TAYLOR
Deputy Clerk
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
JUVENILE DIVISION
CASE NO. 04-DP-152

IN THE INTEREST OF:

R M. 10/19/2004

A MINOR CHILD

TO: Joshua Mauldin,
Father
l/k/a 5236 NImltz Street
Milton, FL 32583

Biological Father of: P.
M., a minor child

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a Petition under
oath has been filed In the
above styled Court for
the termination of
parental rights of P.M., a
male child born on the
19th day of October,
2004, In Santa Rosa
County, Florida, by the
Department of Children
and Family Services, for
subsequent adoption,
and you are hereby com-
manded to be and appear
before the Honorable
Marci L Goodman, Judge
of the Circuit Court In
and for Santa Rosa
County, Florida, at the
Santa Rosa County
Courthouse, 6865
Caroline Street, Milton,
FL 32570, on the 4th day
of December, 2006, at


9:00 a.m. You must either
appear on the date and at
the time specified or
send a written response
to the Court prior to that
time.

YOUR FAILURE TO
APPEAR OR RESPOND
SHALL BE TREATED AS
A CONSENT TO TERMI-
NATION OF PARENTAL
RIGHTS AND YOU SHALL
PERMANENTLY LOSE
ALL LEGAL RIGHTS AS
A PARENT TOTHE CHILD
NAMED IN THE PETITION
FOR TERMINATION OF
PARENTAL RIGHTS.

WITNESS my hand as the
Clerk of said Court and
the Seal thereof, this
__ day of October,
2006.

CLERK OF COURT
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: USA A. TAYLOR
Deputy Clerk
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NOTICE OF PROPOSED
ORDINANCE ENACT-
MENT

TO WHOM IT MAY CON-
CERN:

Please be advised that on
the 14TH day of November,
2006 at 5:01 p.m., CST, 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 enact-
ment an Ordinance whose
title is as follows:

ORDINANCE NO. 1222-06

AN ORDINANCE AMEND-
ING ORDINANCE NO.
854, THE LAND DEVEL-
OPMENT REGULATIONS
OF THE CITY OF MILTON
BY AMENDING SECTION
V-1.11 ..SUBDIVISION
IMPROVEMENT MAINTE-
NANCE AND WARRANTY
PERIOD TO REQUIRE A
WRITTEN WARRANTY
AGREEMENT BY DEVEL-
OPER IN THE FORM
APPROVED BYTHE CITY,
PROVIDING FOR SEVER-
ABILITY, REPEALING
ALL ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT HEREWITH,
AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.

This Ordinance is on file in
the City Clerk's office for
inspection. Any interested
party may appear at the
meeting and be heard with
respect to the proposed
Ordinance.

This the 12h of October,
2006.

/s/DEWITT NOBLES
City Clerk

101806
101806
10/826

NOTICE OF PROPOSED
ORDINANCE ENACT-
MENT

TO WHOM IT MAY CON-
CERN:

Please be advised that on
the 14TH day of November,
2006 at 5:01 p.m.,-CST, 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 enact-
ment an Ordinance whose
title is as follows:

ORDINANCE NO. 1223-06

AN ORDINANCE OF THE
CITY OF MILTON FOR A
TRANSPORTATION PRO-


PORTIONATE FAIR- v.
SHARE PROGRAM, PRO-
VIDING FOR SEVERABIL- JASON C. WILSON
ITY, PROVIDING FOR a/k/a "CuLeX"
REPEAL OF ORDI-
NANCES IN CONFLICT NOTICE OF FORFEITURE
HEREWITH AND PROVID- AND PLANNED DISPOSI-
ING AN EFFECTIVE TION
DATE.
The United States of
This Ordinance is on file in America, by and through
the City Clerk's office for the United States Attorney
inspection. Any interested for the Northern District of
party may appear at the Florida, hereby gives notice
meeting and be heard with of the following:
respect to the proposed
Ordinance. 1.

This the 12th of October, On or about April 14, 2006,
2006. a -Preliminary Order of
Forfeiture was entered for-
Is/DEWITT NOBLES feiting to the United States
City Clerk ,of America all of defendant
101806 JASON C. WILSON a/k/a
101806 "CuLeX", Interest In the
10/827 following described proper-
ties:
NOTICE OF PROPOSED
ORDINANCE ENACT- (a) Computer, HP Pavilion
MENT model: A466C, S/N
MXK4030B5D
TO WHOM IT MAY CON-
CERN: (b) Computer, HP Pavilion
model: A1219H, S/N
Please be advised that on MX539016H
the 14TH day of November,
2006 at 5:01 p.m., CST, at 2.
the City Council meeting
room at the City Hall at The United States of
6738 Dixon Street, In the America hereby gives
City of Milton, Florida, there notice that it intends to dis-
will be proposed for enact- pose of the property -in
ment an Ordinance whose such lawful manner as the
title Is as follows: Attorney General may
direct, and subject to fur-
ORDINANCE NO. 122406 their Order of this Court.

AN ORDINANCE 3.
EXTENDING THE TERRI- Any person asserting a
TORIAL LIMITS OF THE legal interest in the-above-
CITY OF MILTON, FLORI- described property is here-
DA BY ANNEXATION; ':., n.:.ii;dJ flhai .uch p-rzo:.
PROVIDING THE ZONING ,:-,, '.unir, " :, .la, .:Ar mi
CLASSIFICATION; PRO- ,,0.i, pul,: alon n,;0 ,,:. o.
VIDING FOR SEVERABIL- actual receipt of notice of
ITY, REPEALING ALL forfeiture and planned dis-
ORDINANCES IN CON- position, whichever is earil-
FLICT HEREWITH AND er, petition the Court for a
PROVIDING FOR AN hearing to adjudicate the
EFFECTIVE DATE. validity of the alleged inter-
est in the' property. Title 18,
This Ordinanceis on file in United States Code,
the City Clerk's office for Section 2253(m)(2) and
inspection. Any interested Rule 32.2@, Fed.R:Crim.PR
party may appear at the Pursuant to Title 18, Unites
meeting and be heard with States Code, Section
respect to the proposed 2253(m)(3) said petition
Ordinance.' _ shall be signed by the peti-
tioner under penalty of per-
This the 12th of October, jury and shall set forth the
2006. nature and extent of the
petitioner's right, title, or
/s/DEWITT NOBLES interest in the property, the
City Clerk time and circumstances of
101806 petitioner's acquisition of
101806 the right, title, or interest in
10/828 ir.. pr..p..-n, and any addi-
i,.:,,,.i ia.1. supporting the
LEGAL NOTICE . , petitioner's claim, and the
relief sought. The petition
In accordance with F.S. must be filed with the Clerk
101.5612, notice is hereby of the United States District
given that the vote tabula- Court for the Northern
tion equipment to be used District of Florida, and a
in the November 7, 2006, copy must be served on the
General Election and to be United States Attorney, 21
used in Early Voting, will be East Garden Street, Suite
tested on October 20, at 300, Pensacola, Florida
8:00 a.m.. The tests will be 32502.
conducted at the Santa 101806
Rosa County Supervisor of 101806
Elections' Office, 6495 10/830
Caroliqe Street, Milton,
Florida. These tests will be IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
open to the public, FOR SANTA r ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
While In the course of test- PROBATE DIVISION
Ing, the Santa Rosa County FILE NO.: 2006-CP-339
Canvassing Board may
hear or conduct other busi- IN RE: ESTATE OF
ness which arises. RALPH E. ELLIS, JR.,
Deceased.
Ann W. Bodenstein
Supervisor of Elections NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Santa Rosa County, Florida
-. The administration, of the
101806 *-,'<, ,estate'of.RALPHiE.,EL'LIS;
101806 JR., deceased, with the
10/829 case number indicated
above, is pending in the
IN THE UNITED STATES Circuit Court for Santa
DISTRICT COURT FOR Rosa County, Florida,
THE NORTHERN DIS- Probate Division, the
TRICT OF FLORIDA address of which is 6865
PENSACOLA DIVISION S.W. Caroline Street,
Case No. 3:06cr25/MCR Milton, Florida 32570. The
name and address of the
UNITED STATES OF personal representative
AMERICA and of the personal repre-
sentative's attorney are set


forth below.

All creditors of
dent and other
having claims o
against the
estate, include
tured, contingent
dated claims, o
copy of this notice
must file their
this court WI'
LATER OF 3
AFTER THE DA
FIRST' PUBLIC
THIS NOTICE
DAYS AFTER
OF SERVICE O
OF THIS NO
THEM.

All other credit
decedent and
sons having
demands against
dent's estate,
unmatured, co
unliquidated c
whom a copy o
Is served mus
claims with
WITHIN THE L
MONTHS AF
DATE OF THE F
LOCATION O
NOTICE OR
AFTER THE
SERVICE OF A
THIS NOTICE C

All other credit
decedent and
sons having
ler,.ari " .agair,
jenT : ciiiae
unmatured, co
unliquidated cl,
file their claim
court WITHIN
AFTER THE DA
FIRST PUBLIC
THIS NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS
FILED WILL BE
BARRED.

Date of the first
of this notice:
2006.

RONALD L. NE
Florida Bar
280194
'Attorney for
p r.|:,.re :.:rnaill ..
'1- Eatl G
Street
Pensacola, Flor
Telephone (850

Personal Repre
MARCIA E. ARI
5812 Crepe My
Milton, Florida 3
101806
102506
10/831

IN THE CIRCO
FOR SANTA
COUNTY FLOOR
PROBATE DM
CASE NO.: 65
335
DIVISION:

IN RE: ESTATE
AUBREY
SCHEXNAYDE
al/ld AUBRE'
NAYDER
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CR

TO ALL PERS
ING CLAIM
DEMANDS AG
ABOVE ESTATE

The administra
Estate of AUB
NON SCHE
also known
Schexnayder,
;ile:. Number 5
335, is pendi
Circuit Court, F
Circuit for Si
County, Florida
Division, the
which is 6865
Street, Milton
32570. The
addresses of th
representative a
sonal , repre
attorney are
below.


the dece-
er persons
or demands
decedent's
ing unma-
it or unliqui-
on whom a
ce is served
claims with
THIN THE
MONTHS
TE OF THE
;ATION OF
E OR 30
THE DATE
IF A COPY
)TICE ON

tors of the
other per-
claims or
st the dece-
including
ntingent or
claims, on
f this notice
at file their
this court
WATER OF 3
TER THE
FIRST PUB-
)F THIS
30 DAYS
DATE OF
COPY OF
ON THEM.

tors of the
other per-
claims or
I isc a e.-:e.
including


ALL INTERESTED PER-
SONS ARE NOTIFIED
THAT:

All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
having claims or demands
against decedent's estate
on whom a copy of this
notice is served with three
months after the date of the
first publication of this
notice must file their claims
with this Court WITHIN
THE LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.

All other creditors of the
decedent and persons hav-
Ing claims or demands
against the decedent's
estate must file their claims
with this court WITHIN
THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS AND
DEMANDS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREV-
ER BARRED.

The publication dates of
this Notice are October 18,
2006 and October 25,
2006.


ntingent or Attorney for Personal
aims, must Representative:
s with this William V. Linne, Esquire
3 MONTHS Florida Bar No. 153430
TE OF THE 127 Palafox Place, Suite
NATION OF, 100
P.O. Box 12347
Pensacola, FL 32591-2347
NOT SO (850) 433-2224
FOREVER
Personal Reprqsentative:
Dian Schexnayder
publication 6030 Tanglewood Drive
October 18, Milton, Florida 32570
101806
102506
LSON 10/832
Number
Bid Notice
Personal
The City' of Milton will
government receive sealed bids until
2:00 p.m. Monday, October
ida 32502 " ', 2'C ai C If, iHal, 6738
) 434-1700 C',',r, ,t, Pii C PC' B.:.x 909,
r.lli.:.n FL 3'-'-- ar site
sentitive: clearing and- grubbing of
NOLD vacant property located on
rtle Lane the Southwest corner of
3257,0 Stewart Street and Ravine
Street; otherwise-known as
5321 �?l,,art Street Par.-el
B 03-I.i-l .;ci.2S3,: .09,:,'":i'
0040. All bids must include
IIT COURT a copy of liability insurance
ROSA, certificate In the amount of
RIDA $1,000,000.00 and a copy
ISION of State of Florida's work-
7-2006-CP- man's compensation.
Please address bids:
"Attention: Purchasing
Department Firehouse Site
OF Clearing and Grubbing
VERNON Bid". The bids will be open
R . . In Conference Room B at
Y SCHEX- City Hall.
Plans and specifications
can be obtained from the
EDITORS City of Milton's Purchasing
Department located at
ONS HAV- 6738 Dixon Street. For
MS OR more information, please
AINST THE contact the City's
rE: Purchasing Department at
(850) 983-5480.
tion of the
iREY VER- The City of Milton, reserves
XNAYDER, the right to reject any one
as Aubrey bid, or all bid, or any part of
.deceased, a bid, to wave any informal-
7-2006-CP-, cities ,in any bid, and. to
ng in the award the task as deemed,
-irst Judicial to be in the best interest of
anta Rosa the city.
a, Probate
address of .The City of Milton, does not
5 Caroline discriminate on the basis of
n, Florida race, color, national origin,
name and sex, religion, age, or handi-
he personal cap status in employment
and the per- or provisions of service.
esentative's 101806
set forth 101806
10/833
. ' . '. " .. . . .


IN THE FIRST JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR ESCAMBIA COUN-
TY, FLORIDA
Probate division

IN RE THE ESTATE OF
SAMMIE LEE MARTIN
Deceased.

NOTICE OF SUMMARY
ADMINISTRATION

The administration of the
Estate of SAMMIE LEE
MARTIN deceased, Case
Number 2006-DP-1728-B
is pending in the Circuit
Court for Escambia County,
Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which is
Escambia County
Courthouse, M. .C.
Blanchard Building, 190
Governmental Center,
Pensacola, Florida. The
names and addresses of
the Personal
Representative and the
personal representative's
attorney . are set forth
below.

ALL INTERESTED PER-
SONS ARE NOTIFIED
THAT:

All persons on whom this
notice is served, who have
objections, that challenge
the validity of the will, the
qualifications of the
Personal Representative,
venue, or jurisdiction of this
Court are required to file
their objections with this
Court WITHIN THE LATER
OF THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY
DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.

All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
having claims or demands
against the decedent's
estate on whom a copy of
this notice is served within
three months after the date
of the first publication of
this notice must file their
claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE UPON
THEM.

All other creditors of the
decedent and persons hav-
ing claims or demands
against the decedent's
estate must file their claims
with this, Court WITHIN
THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS
AND OBLIGATIONS NOT
SO FILED WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.

The date of the first publi-
cation of this Notice is
October 18, 2006.

/s/ Rita Benz
RITA BENZ, ESQ.
Attorney for the Estate:
Fla. Bar no. 0466425
914 N. Ferdon Blvd.
Crestview, Florida 32536
Telephone: 850/682-3365

/s/ Shawn U. Martin
Sha2wn UL Martin

490 Concord Terr
McDonough, GA 30253
101806
102506
10/834


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Fhill FesQtivals; offer food- fellowship.. fun


At St. Rose of Lima Fall Festival


It was a weekend of fun at the
St. Rose of Lima Fall Festival this
weekend. (Clockwise, starting
from photo to the left) The pet-
ting zoo was popular with chil-
dren who took turns spending
time with the rabbits, goat,
horse, and kittens. This unidenti-
fied climber lost his grip Sunday
afternoon as gravity got the best
of his attempt to reach the top.
No one was a "dragon" at the
Festival. Smiles were prevalent
as visitors enjoyed the games,
food, and activities. Children
had plenty to do at St. Rose.
These girls tried their hand at
colorful sand art at a booth
Sunday afternoon. Fish ponds,
dart throws, and carnival games
kept the younger ones busy
while parents enjoyed the enter-
tainment and fellowship at this
year's St. Rose of Lima Festival,
held in Milton.
Press Gazette photos by Lynne
Hough


At Depot Days...,


This young man visited Depot Day on Saturday with his younger brother and their mom. The trio were
just some of the many visitors to the annual event. Depot Day is held at the L&N Depot in Milton, near
Bagdad. The day honors the rails of the past and offers everyone a chance to peek inside and get a look'
at transportation of.days gone by. Press Gazette photos by Lynne Hough.


^53^B!f~NWJ^-M �M *,T.. -- , k2 4


Children of all ages were drawn out into the beautiful weather to enjoy the miniature trains and other
displays at the depot. This lady makes a memory of her own Saturday. Model.trains ran the rails-some
old, some new-while visitors climbed inside the real thing for a glimpse of history.


A model train set depicting Milton in days gone by is set up year 'round inside an out building at the
L&N Depot. A museum is located on the grounds with dummies dressed as conductors and travelers to
give visitors a "feel" of the times.


This crossing light seems a little overkill for the smaller engine, but that's oka . The real train runs past
the Depot just a few hundred feet from this location. The L&N Depot hosts a caboose, dining cars, pas-
senger cars and offices.


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Sports



PSA holds as
pr rams for area youth
The Pensacola Sports
Association and the Northeast
YMCA will hold youth
wrestling for ages kindergarten
through 12th grade.
This program is -taught by
Olympic Coach Rob Hermann,
who is currently coaches the
U.S. Navy Wrestling Team at
NAS Pensacola.
The Youth Wrestling
Program will begin Nov. 6 and
meet each Monday from 4:30 to
6 p.m.
Formore information or to
register you can contact the
Northeast YMCA at 478-1222.
Patriot Classic Golf
Scramble is Nov. 6
Pace High School will hold
the Patriot Classic Golf
Tournament at Stonebrook Golf
Course on Nov. 6.
This two man scramble will
get underway with a shotgun
start at noon with check-in
scheduled to being at 11 a.m.
A 19th hole special is slated
for 5:30 p.m.
Registration is $65 per
player and sponsor packages
are available.
The deadline to register is
Nov. 3.
Prizes will be awarded to
the top four teams as well as
drawings for door prizes.
Proceeds from this golf
scramble will assist the Pace
High School Golf Programs.
For more information con-
tact Keith Kirchharr at 501-
5792 or Becky King at 572-
0156.

East Milton adult
softball meeting
The East Milton Youth
Association will be holding a
meeting on Nov. 3 at 7 p.m. in
the board room for anyone
interested in a co-ed amd men's
winter softball league.
If you and your friends are
interested in signing up, you
are invited to come out and ask
any questions you have about
the league you wish to play in.
Registrations will be con-
ducted that night with an entry
fee of $300 per team.
The first game of the sea-
son is scheduled for Nov. 14 at
6:30 p.m.
For more information con-
tact Michael 'Turtle' Smith at
982-8087.

Milton Recreation is
in need of officials
The City of Milton's Park
and Recreation Department is
looking for youth basketball
officials for the upcoming
2006-07 season.
Basketball games will be
held on Saturday's and some
weekdays.
If you are interested and
would like more information
contact John Norton at 983-
5466.
Do you have

sports-related

news or

information you

would like to see

published in the

Press Gazette? If

so, send it to us at:

sports@srpress

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Jay crowns West Gadsden


SHendricksfinds Barlow for winning TD to hand Panthersfirst District 1-A loss


Milton senior Jeremy Tolbert is congratulated by his teammates following a 69 yard touchdown run against Escambia Friday night as the
Panthers drubbed the visiting Gators 36-8 in a battle for the District 1-4A lead. Tolbert finished the night with four touchdowns with three
in the air as he went 7-of-11 for 224 yards as he platooned with sophomore quarterback Mike McMillion.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin



Gator season in Milton


J Panthers feast on Escambia's secondary in 36-8 win


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
IEscambia must have felt
like they were sitting in a rock-
ing chair with a room full of
Panthers.
Everywhere the Gators
turned they were getting
smacked by a defender or saw a
big play put their further behind
as they lost 36-8.
"It wasn't a bad night," said
Milton head coach Mike
McMillion, whose defense only
allowed 127 yards total. "We
had one break down on a kick
return, which they scored off of.


"But I couldn't be more
pleased with the way the kids
'practiced, focused, and the
complete team effort we got
tonight."
Complete team effort is an
understatement as the Panthers
made very few mistakes while
using a two-quarterback attack
featuring Mike McMillion and
Jeremy Tolbert, who started for
Milton at quarterback in 2004.
Milton (6-2; 2-0 in District
1-4A) took the opening kick
and went down the field in 11
plays to score the first touch-
down when Tarius Brown


scored from four yards out with
6:45 remaining.
Brian Ware would score on
the two point conversion to
make it 8-0 for the Panthers.
Aiding the drive for Milton
was two long passes from
Tolbert to LeDre Bender and to
Marco Dixon, which covered
29 and 12 yards respectively.
For Tolbert, who injured his
collarbone during the loss to
Pine Forest, this was a great
way to come back.
"It was pretty exciting to
get back on the field," said
Tolbert. "I practiced some the


week of the Gulf Breeze game,
but I didn't' get cleared until
Monday .
"So I got the opportunity to
practice a couple of snaps."
After the Milton defense
held the Gators to no gain on
third-and-one from their 39, the
Panthers roared again despite
having a big gain stopped by an
officials inadvertent whistle.
One the Panthers got near
midfield Tolbert aired one out
and found Dixon on the other
end of a 58 yard touchdown
pass with just over 32-seconds
Sec, MILTON, Pg. 5B


yard , run cmayh
with 2:24
left in i t he
staked'Pace


While
Pace s

ye o m a n Lindsey
Work against
the Aggie offense, Aaron
Munoz and company had it
their way with the. Tate defense.
Munoz finished the game
completing 9-of-11 passing for
81 yards, while senior Drew
Cumberland racked up 80 yards'
via the ground.
After Cumberland's 33-
yard run to pay dirt midway
through the second period, Tate
gave the Patriots a 'gift' on a
fumble that was recovered by
Brandon Morel at the Aggies'
two.
After a penalty that moved
See. P\CE. Pg. 5B


SRunners hit their stride

: ' - N ." Central, Pace, and Jay close out volleyball season with positives


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
Pace closed out their regu-
lar volleyball season with a
sweep of Milton on their senior
night.
The Lady Pats (6-12; 1-9 in
District 1-5A) won 25-11, 25-
15, and 25-18.
Despite. their record Pace
has come on strong at the end of
the. season by winning three of
their last five matches and
sweeping their county rival
Milton in a home and hoine'
series.
"The girls came ready to
play," said Pace head coach
Jenny Condon. "They were
excited about playing in front
of the big crowd that came to
support both teams.


"It was also senior night
and our last home game, so
those two things in themselves
made the girls focused and
ready to get the job done."
Seniors Lindsey McLellan
and Erica Wright led the way as
McLellan led Pace with five
aces and 10 kills, while Wright
posted 11 digs, two blocks and
was next in line with seven
kills.
Katy Neal finished the
game with a whopping 17
assists.
Milton (8-13; 7-9 in
District 1-4A) didn't seem to
like Friday the 13th very much
either as they fell to Central 21-
25, 26-24, 26-24, 25-17, and
16-14.
After being pushed in


games two and three, the Lady
Panthers responded with a % in
in game four to force game i \'e
of the match.
Central (13-6; 4-2 in
District 1-A) have gone 4-3 in
their last seven matches, but
four of their six losses this sea-
son came against District 1-A
champion Laurel Hill, while the
other two have come at the
hands of the District 1-2A
champion Baker Gators.
Thursday's sweep of
Alethia helped the Lady Jags
snap a two game losing streak,.
Central coach Scott
Campbell and Milton coach
Lori Erickson were both
unavailable for comments by
press time.
See, PREPS, Pg. 4B


The girls' race in the Black Cat In\itational on Saturday at East
Milton Recreational Park featured runners from all three area teams
as seen here during the girls varsity race.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


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Snorts


Runners are seen at the start of Saturday's St. Rose of


Press Gazette photos by Lynne Hough;


Taking it to the Milton streets


10/16/2006 St. Rose of Lima Festival 5K Sunset Run Page 1
RESULTS BY OVER-ALL FINISH

Time Over-all Place Name AgeGroup M/F AgeGrp Finish
11:30 1 Lewis, Kimberly 25-29 F 1
11:32 2 Tofaute, Kathie 60-64 F 1
17:20 3 Napolitano, Chuan 25-29 M Over-All
20:12 .4 Humphreys, Kenneth 45-49 M Master
20:38 5 Farry, Sean 35-39 M 1
20:50 6 Mcleod, Kevin 25-29 M 1
21:24 7 Perrella, Dennis 55-59 M Grand Master
21:51 8 Casey, Brian 50-54 M 1
22:07 9 McCrabb, Michael 50-54 M 2
22:34 10 Prohaska, Thomas 45-49 M 1
22:49 11 Val Dere', Vincent 50-54 M 3
23:15 12 McLeod, bryan 25-29 M 2
23:17 13 Kennell, Tom 55-59 M 1
23:26 14 Gillis, Andrew .15-19 M 1
23:32 15 Jordan, Brian 45-49 M 2
24:28 16 Jordan, Scott 30-34 M 1
25:25 17 St. George, Zachary 10-14 M 1
26:01 18 Lynn, Eddie 15-19 M 2
26:01 19 Larson, Travis 15-19 M 3
26:12 20 Youssef, William . 25-29 M 3
26:19 21 Lynn, Robert 40-44 M 1
26:22 22 Brewer, Wryatt 10-14 M 2
26:51 23 Biggs, Jennifer 30-34 F Over-All
27:14 24 McMillion, Barb 45-49 F Master
27:14 .25 Lynn, Jonna 40-44 F 1
27:38 26 Colvin, Eleana 10-14 F 1
28:36 27 Jarina, Nick 10-14 M 3
28:44 28 Jarina, Mark 50-54 M 4
29:18 29 Chilcutt, Brennan 10-14 M 4
29:34 30 Rowell, Aimee 20-24 F 1
29:37 31 Casuga, Joanna: 25-29 F 1
30:16 32 Hushek, Andy 35-39 M 2
31:10 33 Baird, Erick 30-34 M 2
31:49 34 Daly, Marvin 35-39 M 3
32:02 35 Rhamstine, Avery 10-14 M 5
32:21 36 McLeod, Tom 55-59 M 2
32:39 37 Rhamstine, Alexander 10-14 M 6.
33:15 38 Dejesus, Melinda 25-29 F 2
33:54 39 Crouch, Chelsea 15-19 F 1
33:57 40 Gemuend, Pat 40-44 F 2
34:35 41 Fihiman, Erik 25-29 M 4
34:36 42 Lambert, Paul 25-29 M 5
34:50 43 Sanborn, Chris 10-14 M 7
35:13 44 Val Dere', Robyn 50-54 F Grand Master
36:43 45 Larson, Cynthia 40-44 F 3
39:17 46 Bostwick, Anne 40-44 F 4
39:17 47 Arehart, Marilyn 55-59 F 1
44:12 48 Iglesias, Lyn ., 35-39 F 1
44:12 49 Iglesias, Carmelita 55-59 F 2
44:35 50 Iglesias, Christine 35-39 F 2
44:37 51 Rhyne, Peyton 9 and un, F 1
44:38 52 Rhyne, Kasi 35-39 F 3
44:39 53 Zamara, Glenda 45-49 F 1
45:08 54 Griffin, Emily 10-14 F 2
45:08 55 Peterson, Madison 10-14 F 1


The Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Wednesday, October 18, 2006


Page 2-B






Wednle~day, Uctober 18,

Sports


Season
kame Record Pct.
OJon Musgrave 54-16 7 '2
ar,,v Upshav, 59-21 "3.8
ha\vn Hill 56.2- 2.5
Noreen Hill 50-20 -1.4
Nike Boddy 50-20 71 4
Glenn Chaers 5"-23 "1 3
,aul Hinscn 56-.24 -0
i\elth Kirchharr 56-24 701)
Martin Brake 55-25 u8 &
lerem Bro\,n 55-25 68.8
Henr', L S.,i 55-25 F68.8
Br',an Hathav., .55-25 b8.8
Martha Chavers 48-22 h6 i?,.6
Mark Hodges 4-I22 68.':
Murrav Rutledge 54-26 6 - 5
Ketha McCaskill 54-2(. u-7 5
De%\ane Queen 54-.26 6-.5
.D William; -4-*23 _ -.2
3err\ Miller 53-2. 66 3
f.C. Brake Jr. 53-27 Li:. 3
AValter Starnes 46-24 65 -
,Ronald T,:,ilor 46-24 65..5
Rust, lone', 52-28 65
Ashle lMc\Vaters 52-28 65
1Gra \'Wea'er 45-25 (,4 3
JsnRae lohnson 51-29 63 8
tarry Gibson 4-1426 (,62
Carol Daughters 44-26 62.9
,Rulhn M(aVaters. 50-3, 1 '-. ..
'Neil McDonald 43-2 61 4
-Berna Faust 43-2- 61 4
Donna Miller 48-32 62
'. lichelle lobe 41-29 58.6


Leaders
Wade Miller -16-34 5- -
Becky l.one- 410 3 57..2
Those who have not met
the 70 game minimum.


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PGC p.tir. EJa'-
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=aimee proved tI-' he a '.en
hard tisk. but one player ,',.as
able to . alk a'-. a," .' ilth a elr\
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Cilifornia rnd \\\.-shineton
State v'.. old combine for 60
points. built the, i nl\ combine
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One ganmie back at -1I
oere Larry Culpepper. Mairinn
Brake. and F.C. Biake. Jr
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Jeremi Bro\in. Grai \keac.'r.
and John R.lle\.
The garne which pioedJ


to be most difficult were
MNi.souri and Texas A&M,
\\est Gadsden at Jay,
Escarnbia at Milton, and
Florida at Auburn.
Keith Kirchharr, Gary
Uip�law,' Murray Rutledge,
MNirtha Chavers, Letha
McCaskill', Bryan Hathaway,
Michael Jaquish, Jake
McDonald, Neil McDonald,
Da\ id Bohannon, Mark
Hodges, and R.D. Williams all
checked in at 7-3.
A- 6-4 were Berna Faust,-
Shai. n Hill, Rusty Jones, Paul
C Tate, Mick Tate, LynRae
John-on, Carol Daughtery,
limmie Hood, Noreen Hill,
Tio\ 'Jobe, Donna Miller,
Glenn Chavers, Douglas
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Becky Jones, Henry Swift,
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Michelle Jobe, Larry Gibson,
and Harold Henderson all
broke even at 5-5.
Wade Miller, Joseph
McDonald, and Anthony Jobe
checked in at 4-6, while
Walter Starnes and Mayhew
Brake finished 3-7.
This week should also
prove to be very interesting as
Milton will travel to
Crestview and Jay will chal-
lenge defending state champi-
on Port St. Joe in this week's
high school games.'
As for the college match
ups UTEP and. Houston
should be interesting along
with Harvard at Princeton,
Georgia Tech at Clemson,
Rutgers at Pittsburgh,
Alabama at Tennessee, and
Southern Miss at Virginia
Tech.
As far as the overall lead
for the Wings on the Go grand
prize for the season Mike


season lead

Boddy's stay as 'King of the
Hill' was very short lived.
Musgrave takes over the
top spot with a 77.2 winning
percentage followed by Gary
Upshaw (73.8), Shawn Hill
(72.5), Noreen Hill (71.4),
and Boddy (71.4) to round out
the top five.
Very close are Glenn
Chavers (71.3), Paul Hinson
(70), and Keith Kirchharr
(70).
Martin Brake, Jeremy
Brown, Henry L. Swift, Bryan
Hathaway, Martha Chavers,
and Mark Hodges are in the
next pack at 68.6 percent.
Please be reminded the
deadlines for entering are by 5
p.m. on Friday or your letter
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than Oct. 20.
Good luck.
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Sports


Preps

Continued From Page One
Jay finally snapped their
eight game losing streak as they
defeated Flomaton.
The Lady Royals (6-13; 0-6
in District 1-2A) swept the sea-
son meetings against the
Hurricanes.
Heading into post-season
play Jay is 2-8 in their last 10
matches, not counting the trans-
former-shortened match against
W.S. Neal.
Jay coach Karen Houser
was not available for comments
by press time.
As for the post season run-
ners in Santa Rosa County
seem to be finding their stride
with a week remaining before
their respective district meets.
On Saturday Milton High
School hosted the EscaRosa
meet as well as their Black Cat
Invitational at East Milton
Recreation Park.
Taking top honors on
Saturday were Navarre for the
boys as they stopped
Washington by nine points 34
to 43.
Rounding out the top five
boys teams were Gulf Breeze
(114), Pine Forest (183), and
Pensacola Christian Academy
(204).
Locally Jay led the area
runners on the boys side with a
seventh place finish despite fin-
ishing in a tie with district rival
Rocky Bayou tied with 222
points..
The difference in their
places came down to the sixth
place runner for both teams.
Milton finished ninth with
264 points, while Pace was 11th
,out of 12 teams with 331 points
overall.
On the girls side
Washington was untouchable
by scoring 34 points to win top
honors, while Pensacola
Catholic was second with 75
points.
Rounding out the top five
were Navarre (79), Pace (138),
and Rocky Bayou (143).
Jay made a strong showing
by was still 48 points behind
their district rival in sixth with
191 points, while Milton took
12th overall with a score of
292.
"Our girls ran well today,"
said Pace head coach Clint
Martin. "Overall I feel like we
put it together in the end'.
"I think we will be ready
for the district, but qualifying
for the regionals as a team is a
toss up."
While finishing fourth,
Martin was very pleased with
the effort of Meghan Wheeler.
"Without a doubt she was
the most pleasant surprise of
our top five runners," said
Martin. "Also Alex Guenter is


Jay's Dale Barlow and Milton's Jackson Moore are seen trying to
chase down the leaders Saturday in the boys' varsity race of the
Black Cat Invitational.


getting back to where she was
last year fo, us."
It seemed as several of the
girl runners posted their person-
al best times.
Robin ,Blackmon (29th;
23:36) and Allison Blair (52nd;
24:22) lowered the mark for
themselves on Saturday.
"I gave the girls their time
and told them this was a very
flat and grassy course so they
could get some really good
times," said Jay coach Sonja
Odom, who was filling in for
girls' coach Becky Holley. "The
key is to look at where we stand
against district teams like PCA
and Rocky Bayou."
Milton continues to show
improvement for coach Tracy
Hodges.
"I was very happy with our
girls results as they all had per-
sonal bests," said Hodges. "I
can not ask for anymore.
"They are working hard in
practice and it is showing on
race day."
Kerry Kelly led the way
overall for all the girls by post-
ing a time.of 19:36.
But at this meet the top five
in each class is recognized.
For Jay's Gloria Raney,
who led the Lady Royals, she
placed fifth in the ninth grade
category with a time of 22:37.
For the boys it was a very
competitive field as


ress Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin

Washington's Eric Larson
paced the field with a very fast
16:06 for the 5K distance.
Jay led the local contingent
they all posted personal bests,
but Levi Blackmon dropped
two minutes off his personal
best, while Jeffery Fisher and
Colton Smith dropped over one
minute each.
"The guys are definitely
starting to hit their stride," said
Odom. "I gave them some goals
and they went out and achieved
them.
"Today was an awesome-
meet and I am so proud of
them."
Individually freshman
Drew Kennedy took fifth place
with a time of .18:52, while
teammate and sophomore Dale
Barlow finished fifth with a
time of 18:14, as his 21st place
finish was the best for the
Royals.
Milton's Jackson' Moore
took the top individual honor
for the seniors at the meet with
a time of 17:36.
"We had a wonderful day.
for running and we were very
pleased with the course and the
participation," said Milton head
coach Joe Moberly. "Our kids
are working hard and gradually
improving.
"We will hope to peak a
week from Saturday in our dis-
trict meet in Pensacola."


FIS1HR BUSTERS
BULLETIN


Surgin' Sturgeon


To a fisheries biologist, every fish species has a unique
appeal, but the sturgeon's prehistoric nature can be fasci-
nating to anybody. The Gulf sturgeon is a subspecies of
Atlantic sturgeon, which along with the shortnose sturgeon,
are native to Florida.
This season, Gulf sturgeons have again made headlines
for their millions-of-years-old antics of jumping out of the
water. During the spring and summer of 2006, at least
eight boaters were injured by incidental collisions with
these amazing high flyers that can leap 6 feet out of the
water. As a result, the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC) posted signs, cautioning
boaters to go slow in areas where Gulf sturgeon are known
to congregate and jump.
Gulf sturgeon have been federally listed as a threatened
species since 1991 and protected by Florida law since
1984. These protections were needed to counter the effects
of habitat loss caused by river damming and commercial
overharvesting. Development, surface mining and declin-
ing water quality continue to threaten the Gulf;sturgeon
today.
Alan Huff, an FWC research biologist, conducted some
of the pioneering research on Gulf sturgeons. He said they
can live more than 40 years, weigh 200 pounds and
approach 8 feet in length. Sturgeons can't be mistaken for
any other family of fish due to their five rows ofarinor-like
scutes (large, bony scales). Like sharks, their internal skele-
ton is made of cartilage. They have whisker-like barbels,
extendable under-slung suckang mouths and hark-ike tasu
Females spawn at about 7 years old, males at 5. A 200-
pound female can produce 40 pounds of eggs (more than a,
million) per year, and sturgeodneggs are the raw material for
highly valued caviar. However, females may skip reproduc-
tion for a year or more. When all is aligned in early spring -
proper river water temperature, flows and levels - female
sturgeons eject eggs to be fertilized by males to sustain the
population.
FWC freshwater fisheries biologist Jerry Krummrich was
accompanied recently by "National Geographic" photogra-
pher Stefan Lovgren, FWC Law Enforcement Officer
Rodney Boone and FWC public information coordinator
Karen Parker on a trip to photograph jumping sturgeons.
The 200-mile Suwannee River contains the largest concen-
tration of Gulf sturgeons, but they reproduce in other rivers
around the Gulf of Mexico to the Mississippi River. They


As for Pace the improve-
ment is there as they also meet
the challenges of a strong dis-
trict.,
"I. was very pleased with
the boys' times since many of
them had personal bests," said
Pace coach Scott Denny.
"These guy's have been encour-
aged to run together at practice
and push one another to run
faster each week.
"The Black Cat Invitational
showed this 'teamwork' since
(Tim) Keebler led the way for
(Kyle) Kemp for the first two-
and,a-half miles."
Kemp and Keebler both
posted personal best times of
19:22 and 19:23 respectively..
Also posting personal best
for Pace were Robert Browder
(20:47) and Jordan Moore
(20:58).
Story written by
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.spend nearly eight months in the rivers
where they were spawned, scarcely
feeding or not at all.
When Thanksgiving rolls around and
Gulf water'temperatures cool, some very

-on a feeding and growth binge. They
'consume worms, small crustaceans,
mollusks and other invertebrates as they
cruise along the Gulf of Mexico's bot-
tom. They use their barbels to sense
concentrations of food and extend their
suction-hose-like mouths to suck up
enough food to survive their next foray into Florida's Gulf
Coast rivers the following spring, when they again pretty-
much stop eating.
For a recent article and an upcoming "National
Geographic" television show, Lovgren asked numerous
experts why sturgeons jump. Among the speculative
answers he and others have received are:
- For joy
- For social interactions and to communicate with other
sturgeon
- To knock off pesky parasites
- To flush muck out of their mouths and gills after bottom
feeding
- To avoid perceived predators (although what, other than
gators and manatees, might be big enough to startle them is
unclear)
In the Apalachicola River, since the mid 1950s, the Jim
Woodruff Lock and Dam and diminished water flows from
Georgia have cut off one of the major reproductive grounds
for this threatened species. Populations appear to be
increasing in the Suwannee and Choctawhatchee rivers.
The Apalachicola River population appears to have a more
cyclical increase and decrease in year-classes, perhaps relat-
ed to the dam's water-release schedule and water flow rates.
Sturgeon fossils date back to the dinosaur era. After the
continents split into their current configurations many mil- ,
lions of years ago, sturgeon species were confined to the
northern hemisphere, and Atlantic and Gulf sturgeon popu-
lations evolved into subspecies.
Sturgeon flesh and eggs provided an important source of
food and commerce for thousands of years. Today, human
interactions with Gulf sturgeon are restricted to observation
and research. Harvest is prohibited.
If ydu find a dead sturgeon, please report it to 1-800- -
367-4461 (ci e-mail TagReturn@MyFWC.com), especially
if there is a tag on it, so scientists can learn more about this
species' life habits and distribution., To report collisions
with jumping sturgeon, call 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).
Hopefully, conservation stewardship will enable us to coex-
ist with Gulf sturgeons for a long time to come, and maybe
we'll really learn why they jump.

This column includes information from FWC research,
FishBase.org, news.nationalgeographic.com,
fws.gov/endangered and pgap.uchicago.edu. See
MyFWC.com/fishing/updates for more Fish Buster
columns.


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5 3
3 . 3
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s 0 9 (

U-8 Standings
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U-10 Standings


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1 4
2 6


J-13 Standings
East
W L T
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3 ,3 0
2 4 0
1 4 0


West
W L
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Milton
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remaining in the first quarter to
go up 15-0.
That would proved to be all
Milton needed to take sole pos-
session of first place in District
1-4A, but they were not done'.
Tolbert who went 5-for-5 in
the first quarter for 126 yards
and a touchdown enjoyed
Friday's game, as did his coach.
"Playing defense has
helped me a lot as a quarter-
back," said Tolbert. "By play-
ing defense I understand the
different open spots a receiver
has in coverage.
"But I think tonight we
caught them off balance with a
different tempo between Mikey
and myself."
When all was said and done
Tolbert went just 7-of-11 for
224 yards with three touch-
downs, but two interceptions as
well.
He also led ti,2 Panthers in
rushing with two carries for 73
yards and a touchdown as well.
Anthony Johnson broke the
ice following a long kickoff
return by David Calland down
to the Panthers' 2.
Johnson added the two
point conversion to make it 22-
8 heading into halftime.
Milton would score twice
more when Tolbert broke off a
68 yard run and then in the
forth quarter when he threw a
60 yard touchdown strike to
Keenan Tillman.
The Panthers seem to be
moving forward despite all of
the adversity they have encoun-
tered this season.


(Above) Milton Runningback Talris Brown makes a big gain before
challenging a couple of Gator defenders. (Below) Ryan Baker pres-
sures the Escambia quarterback, who's pass gets deflected by
William Beasley late in the second half Friday night.
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin


"These kids are fighters
and have responded to the
adversity they have faced this
season," said coach Mike
McMillion. "Despite what all
has happened they can still
'obtain their original goal of the
season by winning a district
title.
"I just can't tell you how
much it means to me for these
kids to assume different roles
to help meet the team needs
this season."
Milton this Friday will be


traveling to Crestview for a
7:30 p.m. kickoff as the 7-0
Bulldogs hope to keep their
momentum going after clinch-
ing a playoff berth.
Both Crestview and Milton
could face each other again in a
few weeks if they both make it
to the post season.
Last year they met in the
first round with Milton taking
the win.
Story written by
Bill Gamblin. Reach him
at sports@srpressgazette.com


Pace


Continued From Page One
the ball back to the Aggies'
seven, Munoz found Tyler
Bousson all alone in the end
zone to make it 21-0 at half-
time.
Tate had a very difficult
time getting out of the gate as
they managed just, 44 yards
rushing and 52 yards through
the air.
The Aggies' managed a
threat late in the second'quarter,
but Cumberland intercepted a
pass late in the second quarter.
In the second half Pace


added to their lead as Eric
Martinez kicked at 22-yard
field goal with 55 second
remaining in the third quarter to
make it 24-0.
Pace would put together
one final drive that involved 14
plays ending with a Louie Wise
6-yard touchdown run.
. Martinez would add the
point after and Pace had a 31-0
lead heading into an off week as
they prepare for Milton in just
under two weeks.
The big play on Pace's final
drive was junior Patrick


Coogan's 25 yard pass to Alex
Tamariz.
Pace will be in a must win
situation when they play Milton
on Oct. 27, which would force a
three way playoff if Escambia
defeats Tate.
Details of how the playoff
would be played will be made
available at a later date, but it
would be played most likely on
Oct. 30.

Story written by
Ken Barnes. Reach him at
sports@srpressgazette.com


Jay
Continued From Page One
ter athletes and better coached.
We just won the game."
After several close calls
late in the game going against
them, Bell and the Royals had
one go their way.
"We forget the losses but
we don't forget the wins," said
Bell.
Jay got on the scoreboard
first when Josh Marshall
scored from Jay's 35-yard line,-
lighting the scoreboard in
Royals' favor with 9:16 remain-
ing in the opening quarter.
However, the Panthers
returned the favor in two plays
from the kickoff with their own
score, bring the score at 7 all on
a Ronnie Johnson 45 yard run.
But the Royals were not
going to go down quietly as
they didn't want to disappoint
the Homecoming crowd.
Jay's offense went back to
work. With several incomplete
passes and a recovered fumble,
the Royals scored once again
with 1:57 left in the first quarter
to go on top 14-7.
Yet again the Panthers
answered the touchdown with
their own. After a holding
penalty to put them in a hole to
start the drive, West Gadsden
marched down field from its
own 25- yard line to score. With
the extra point deemed fair, the
score stood at an even 14 - 14.
The Panthers tried to
muster enough offensive
strength to score again on a 4th
and goal, but the weary players
could only kick a field goal, as
Jose Caldron was good from 22
yards out.
With the Panthers on top of
.the game 17 - 14, Jay knew they
had to get to work if they want-
ed this important district win,
but fumbled the ball away at
the 40-yard line. This gave the
Panthers the open shot they
needed to get to the locker room
with a solid lead over Jay.
But the Royals had othei
plans as the defense held and
gave the offense another shot..
The ensuing drive ended


Jay head coach Elijah Bell is seen exhorting on his team from the
sidelines. Jay has won two straight district games and is proving to
be a spoiler for some of the teams in District 1-A like West Gadsden,
who were undefeated in district play until Friday night.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


when DeGraaf kicked his own
field goal, from 21-yards out
with two seconds remaining in,
the first half to tie the game at
17-17.
Bell felt like this was the
key moment of the game.
During halftime activities,
Miss Tamara Lewis was
crowned ' as 2007
Homecoming queen (escorted
by James Spivey). The Royal
Varsity cheerleaders sent out a
sympathy message to the West
Gadsden team's varsity squad.
One of the Pirates' cheer-
leaders had been hit by a vehi-
cle and subsequently passed
away during the previous
week.
After the short break and
going over some key elements
in the plays, Coach Elijah Bell
changed up some things for


the second half.
That initiative worked as
Jay scored the first points of the
second half when Hendricks
scored on a two-yard run with
8:16 remaining in the third
quarter.
This time though the
Royals misfired on the extra
point.
But that wouldn't haunt
them as the Pirates had their
-kick blocked after Ronnie
Jackson scored on a 44-yard
run with 3:03 remaining in the
third quarter.
Jay will be on the road
again Friday to play the Sharks
of Port Saint Joe. Game time is
7 p.m..EST.
Story written by
Nona Bardin. Reach her
at sports@srpressgazette.com


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Heavy-duty steel. end hard-
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Oftentimes one of the
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Kitchen


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Tip #8 - Order several win-
dows mulled together at the fac-
tory to give the impression of a
small "wall of windows" that
will maximize light flow into
the kitchen. Request operating
windows (such as double hungs
or casements) be topped with
non-operable transom windows
to enhance the flow of light into
the kitchen.
Tip #9 - Jazz up your win-
dows by adding stylized Fypon
door/window head crossette
trim to surround a window.
Bump-out texture and design at
the top of the window of this
no-miter project create out-
standing results. Or, use straight


pieces of urethane moulding to
surround your window and then
place plinth blocks in the cor-
ners. Your window can have a
new frame surround in less than
15 minutes.
Tip #10 - Use a full wall of
acrylic blocks as a decorative
room divider to separate dining
anol kitchen areas or sections of
a family room. Choose a clear
block, or add a splash of color
with pale green, blue or rose
blocks.
For more tips and ideas on
brightening up your kitchen,
along with information on
products discussed here, visit
www.homeffont.com.


steam shower. When it comes to
showers, you can customize
your own home spa treatment
right in your shower.,
Project #4 - Warm your toes
during cold winter mornings by
installing radiant heating below
bathroom tiles or flooring. With
the flick of a switch, your floor.
warms up so that facing the day
gets easier.
Project #5a'Add non-opera-
ble transom,-windows high on
the exterior walls of the bath-
room to allow more light in the
room. A design of several tran-
som windows can be placed
horizontally across the exterior
wall to protect privacy while
offering views of the sky during
the day and the stars at night.
Select vinyl-framed windows,
like those from Simonton
Windows, so you don't have to
deal with warping or rotting
wood frames from the high
humidity levels in the bath-
room.
Project #6 - Install a set of
urethane pilasters on both sides
of your shower stall and a door
crosshead overhead to upgrade
the look of your bathroom. If
you have a garden tub or a
whirlpool in your bathroom,
add window panels made 'of
urethane to surround the base.
No problem if any of the deco-
rative materials get wet because
urethane products resist mois-
ture.
Project #7 - Create an easy-
access shower that eliminates
doors, shower curtains and
thresholds that can be potential
trip hazards. Radius acrylic
block walls from Hy-Lite come


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hand towels.
Project #9 - Shine more
light in the bathroom by sur-
rounding mirrors with acrylic:
block panels that have minia-
ture lights sealed in the units.'


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90 ANNOUNCEMENTS
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
3475 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
304 COMMERCIAL
506 HOMES
508 INVESTMENTS
510 LAND
512 MOBILE HOMES
514 VACATION.RESORT
PETS/ANIMALS
702 BOARDING
704 LIVESTOCK
706 LIVESTOCK SUPPLIES
708 PETS
710 PET SUPPLIES
712 LOST PETS
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
802 ANTIQUES
804 APPAREL
806 APPLIANCES
808 ARTS & CRAFTS
810 COMPUTERS
812 FARM EQUIPMENT
814 FURNITURE
816 JEWELRY
818 LAWN EQUIPMENT
820 LUMBERHARDWARE
822 MUSICAL
INSTRUMENTS
824 OFFICE EQUIPMENT
326 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
VEHICLE
918 TRUCKS
920 VANS
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APPLICATIONS FOR LAWN AND
SHRUB TECHNICIANS. FULL
AND PART TIME. MUST HAVE
VALID FLORIDA DRIVER'S
LICENSE. LAWN MASTER
3200 E. JOHNSON AVENUE
PENSACOLA, FL
476-1601
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Security Fence & Construction in
Jay needs Full Time Laborers,
Fencers, Welder's helpers and
anyone with pipeline experience.
Must be willing to travel.
Must have valid drivers license.
(850)675-4032


Salon Coordinator hiring at
Cassandra's Designs across
from Wal-Mart. Part-time or
Full-time. Apply in person.
Benefits and flexible
schedule.
4956 Hwy 90.



LOCAL ACCOUNTING 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 RESUME TO:
995-8849


The Press Gazette has an immediate opening for a
full time Classified Sales / Layout / Front Desk person.
Do you enjoy working with people? Are you comfortable
with computers? Eager to learn? Do you like feeling as
if you're not just "holding a job" but are, instead, an
important member of a TEAM that produces a regular
product? If you can answer "yes" to all of the above,
then you may be just the person we're looking for.

_ Please apply in person at:
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"BE YOUR OWN BOSS:
Self-Employment &
Franchise Options."
q free seminar with
pre-registration, will
be held Monday,
October 23rd, 6:00-
8!00 pm, at Oops Al-
Ily, Highway 90, in
Pace. Those who
have not reserved
their seat will be
asked to pay $25 at
!he door. The semi-
nar is presented by
The Entrepreneur's
Source, Panhandle
Meetings & CIT
Lending. Call 850-
316-8685 for reser-
vations.

IS STRESS Ruining
Your Relationships?
Buy and Read DIA-
NETICS by L. Ron
Hubbard Call
(813)872-0722 or
send $8.00 to Dia-
betics, 3102 N. Ha-
)ana Ave., Tampa
'FL 33607
WHAT DESTROYS
!Relationships? An-'
swer pg 446 Buy
and Read, Dianetics
'by L. Ron Hubbard
-Send $8.00 to: Hub-,
bard Dianetics
Foundation, 3102 N.
'Habana Ave., Tam-
1pa FL 33607
(813)872-0722.


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Boiled Peanuts.
Holland Farms
Call:675-6876
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Now! Criminal... Per-
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ral Service Private
Trial Lawyers State-
wide 24 - Hours
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AUCTION- 789+/-
acres - Offered in 39
tracts, prime Cook
County, GA real es-
tate. Saturday, Octo-
ber. 14, 10:00 a.m.
Rowell Auctions,
Inc. (800)323-8388,
10% buyer's premi-
um, GAL AU-
C002594 www.row-
ellauctions.comn.


*LAND
AUCTION*
200 Props Must be
Sold!

Low Down/E-Z Fi-
nancing. Free Cata-
log (800)937-1603
www.LANDAU-
CTION.com NRLL
East, LLC Auction
Bus.
License:AB2509,
Mark Bulziuk Auc-
tioneer
License:AU3448,
Jeff ;Johnston Auc-
tioneer
License:AU3449,
Stacey Mauk Auc-
tioneer
License:AU3447.
ABSOLUTE
AUCTIONS-
Waterfront,
Luxury Home Long-
boat Key on Saltwa-
ter with Dock, VA-
CANT LOT North-
port, 2 Lakefront
Homes, Aviation
Comm., Hidden Riv-
er home/airport
hangar, many more.
No Minimum, No
Reserve. Neal
VanDeRee Auction-
eer,
www.vanderee.com
(941)488-1500.


APAC, Inc. Hiring qualified applicants

for the following positions:

Applicants for the following positions are

eligible for a $200.00 sign-on bonus


SExperienced 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


AUCTION- 341+/-
acres - 4 great farms
, offered in 12 tracts.
Mitchell County,
GA., Saturday, Oc-
tober 14, 10am.
Rowell Auctions,
Inc. (800)323-8388,
10% buyer's premi-
um, GAL AU-
C002594 www.row-
ellauctions.com.

Place a
classified ad
today. Phone
623-2120.

AUCTION- COM-
PLETE Operating
18 Hole Golf Course
and 67 +/- Devel-
oped Residential
Lots and Undevel-
oped Tracts. Satur-
day, October 28.
Details: ironhor-
seauction.com or
,(800)997-2248
NCAL#3936.

GULF COAST Auc-
tion: Sat., Oct 14th
(Shrimp Festival
Weekend) houses,
condos, range
$200k-$1m on/off
water. Lots, residen-
tial, & commercial
on/off water. Devel-
opment tracts 20-40
+/- acres, AL 1932
www.targetauction.c
om Target Auction
(205)425-5454.


HEAVY EQUIP-
MENT Operator
CERTIFIED. Hands
on Training. Job
Placement Assis-
tance. Call Toll Free
(866)933-1575. AS-
SOCIATED TRAIN-
ING SERVICES,
5177 Homosassa
Trail, Lecanto, Flori-
da, 34461.



102
Drivers
DRIVER
DEDICATED RE-
GIONAL Guaran-
teed Home EVERY
Wkend! Avg. $725 -
$1025/wk 65% pre-
loaded/pretarped
Mobile, AL Terminal
CDL-A required
877-428-5627
www.ctdrivers.com
DRIVER- NOW Hir-
ing OTR & Local
Drivers *Earn
$4,000 in bonuses
your 1st year * New
Equipment *Premi-
um Pay Package -
We Care About Our
Drivers! (877)882-
6537.
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


WORKFORCE ESCAROSA, INC.
EMPLOY FLORIDA MARKETPLACE -
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS
SPECIALIST

Minimum Requirements
Graduate from accredited institution with Associates degree; at least
two years experience in Management Information System Specialist
and/or similar federal-funded workforce employment and training
programs assignments; excellent oral and written communications,
computer, group presentation/training facilitator and time/task
management skills. Year-for-year work experience may be substituted
for the required degree.

Qualified persons submit resumes and salary histories to:

Margaret Thomas, Assistant Executive Director
Workforce Escarosa, Inc.
9111-A Sturdevant Street
Pensacola, FL 32514
or
mthomasnaescarosa.org


FAX (850) 473-0935


DEADLINE: 4:00 p.m., Oct 27,2006


WORKFORCE ESCAROSA, INC.
PROGRAM MONITOR


Minimum Requirements
Graduate from accredited institution with Bachelors degree; at least
three years experience in Federal/State workforce program operations,
of which one must have been as a supervisor; excellent oral and written
communications and computer skills; ability to interact with various socio-
economic populations; proven organizational and time management skills
Year-for-year work experience may be substituted for the required degree.


Qualified persons submit resumes and salary histories to:


Edward Le Brun, Executive Director
Workforce Escarosa, Inc.
9111 -A Sturdevant Street
Pensacola, FL 32514
or
elebrun@escarosa.org
or
FAX (850) 473-0935


DEADLINE: 4:00 p.m., Oct 20, 2006


102
Drivers
DRIVERS-FLATBED
$1700
Sign on Bonus
AL, GA, & FL Dis-
patch
Home Weekends
GUARANTEED
Earn Up to 390/mi
BCBS Ins.-Medical,
Dental & Vision, Co.
Match 401 k in 90 days,
50% Pre-loaded &
Tarped Loads
Must be at least 23 yrs
old & 1 yr OTR Flatbed
Exp.
SUNBELT TRANSPORT
Call Herb:
1-800-494-8471
www.PatriotTrans.com
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
DRIVER TRAINEES
NEEDED NOW!!!
Werner needs entry-
level semi ,drivers.
Nb exp. required.
Avg. $36k+ 1st yr!
60% home
nightly/weekly. CDL
training in your area.
1-866-280-5309
NOW HIRING cash-,
ier for Baileys Penny
Pantry 3840 Hwy
90, Pace. 994-7801.
PLANT NURSERY -
General nursery
worker/part-time.
Some, experience
desired, but not nec-
essary. 983-9121..


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
IV/ G:.verrnment 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.


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

SECRET SHOP-
PERS Wanted We
need consumers to
secret shop stores
across the 'country!'
Apply online:,
www.ShopJobs.org.
WANTED: FRA-
MERS & Carpenlers
helpers Must be de-
pendable & have
transportation.
Please-call:
\554-2068

124
Sales &
Telemarketing


LIBERTY
NATIONAL
Life Insurance Co
Is expanding its
operation and is
looking for people
to fill insurance
sales & service
positions. Average
annual earnings
$48,554. Fringe-
benefit package:
2 retirement funds,
health insurance,
paid vacation,
convention trips &
many others.
No experience
necessary. We
Shave6n the job
training. Contact
Jonathan Jones at:
983-7576 or
Fax
resume to:
850-682-2775
Liberty National
is an EOE
ODC0539B


FULL TIME, EXCELLENT BENEFITS!
Eckerd Youth Alternatives, Inc.,
is seeking a Custodial/Utility
Person for our program in
Milton, FL. Responsible for
various cleaning functions.
High school diploma or
equivalent an 6 months related
exp. preferred. Must have basic
knowledge of commercial
equipment and be able to lift up
to 50 pounds periodically.
Call 850-675-4512 for more
information or fax resume to:
850-675-1230


126
Skills/Trade
CUSTOM DESIGN
Interiors
Now hiring-top pay!
General Laborer
Metal Polisher
Aluminum & S. Steel
Welder
Call: 850-995-4544
128
Positions Wanted
HARD WORKING
cleaning person
needed long term for
growing cleaning
business. Call 994-
1785



305
Auto
1992 PONTIAC LE-
MANS $1000 OBO
MELANIE 623-9040
FOR SALE 2003
Nissan Xterra XE.
65,000 miles, gray
with gray interior.
$13,000 or best of-
fer. Call (850) 777-
7085.
310
Business
Opportunities
BECOME AN own-
er'start parln time.
Get paid for helping,
others and begin
building a business,'
yoi might own one
day. Unique entre-
preneurial opportuni-
ty with PRIMERICA,
a subsidiary of
CitiGroup. For more
information call
Michele Hayes at:
626-7188

GOLF BUSINESS
Play Lots of golf and
play better, tourna-
ments played in US
and World Raise
Money for charities
Earn awesome in-
come www.SGSPre-
sentations.com
(800)861-9456 24/7

VENDING ROUTE:
Al Snacks/Candies,
Drinks, Energy
Drinks Too! All
Brands. All Sizes.
Great Equipment.
Grea ,Suppoit. .F-
nancing Available
with $7,500 down.
Tom: (877)843-8726
AIN #BO02002-037.

WORK ONLINE at
home 23 people
needed immediately.
Earn a part or full-
time income. Apply
FREE online and get
started! 800-807-
5176
www.wahusa.com
Enter Ad Code 1826


315
Business Services
ALBERT PEARSON'S
Lawn & Tree
Service
Free Estimates
Roof top and gutter
clean off. Cutting,
Trimming, Edging,
Weed Eating, Sod
Work, Debris and
misc. haul off jobs.
Senior
Discounts.
Call: 983-1431
ARTIE KELLER
STUCCO. - Licensed
and Insured. Con-
ventional and Syn-
thetic Systems. No
job too big nor to
small. Call 698-8327
or 626-9164.
B&B HOME
IMPROVEMENTS
25 years experience.
Free estimates
Licensed & Insured
gall anytime!
(850) 981-3936
"No job too small!"
BORDER TO Bor-
der Fence and Deck
Company. All types
of fencing .installed
and .repaired. Spe-
cializing in privacy
fencing and wooden
decks. �Our privac.v
fences are built with
SCREWS. Free Es-
timates. 485-2532.
BUISNESS SERV-
ICE Troy Built Con-
struction LLC, cous-
tom residential fra-
mer, also additions,
remodels,- carports,
decks, and sheds.
Free estimates call
Troy Rutherford
@554-2068 or 981-
9757.
CELESTIAL
INSPIRATIONS
Psychic Readers
Available Daily
Crystals, Incense,
Candles, Herbs,
Books, CD's, Cards,
Fountains and more
to compliment your
spiritual beliefs. On-
line Store: www.
celestial-inspira-
tions.com
4474 Woodbine
Road, Unit #3
(Woodbine Plaza
Parking Lot)
Phone:
,850r995-4288.,
Tuesday-Friday
10-6 and Saturday
10-4


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


315
Business Services
CHICKEN
GEORGE'S
Lawn Service
Weed Eating,
hedging, landscap-
ingclearing 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-
girig, dirt work. Rea-
sonable rates, free
estimate (850) 623-
0493. Licensed & in-
sured.
DIRECT CAR '
DETAILING
will come to your lo-
cation, dependable
& reasonable
.623-8415
DIRT CHEEP
CLEANING SERVICE
We Furnish Sup-
plies. Senior dis-
count with ad.
Homes, condos, offi-
ces. Call 384-2388
DOUBLE "B" Land
Clearing. Backhoe
'Work. Licensed and
Insured. Bryen Bal-
lard. (850)994-5740
-or (850)232-1581.

GRANNY & NANNY
Old Fashioned,'
house cleaning with
old-fashioned prices.
983-7394

HOUSE
CLEANING
"I'M AN ACE"
When It Comes
To Cleaning
Your Home!
Pace -Milton Area
Please call Pat at:
623-0854
I AM A
DEPENDABLE
PERSON'
that can clean your
business or home at
reasonable prices.
Call: 626-3551
IRENE'S PET Care
Pet Sitting .
Boarding
Dog Walking
19 yrs..in Rescue
Milton, Florida
(850)981-1007
STUMP-EASE
STUMP GRINDING
Most removals $35
Discount for multiple
removals & Back-
yard accessible.
Local Contractor
Retired USN
Licensed & Insured
232-8746


SANTA ROSA COUNTY
GOVERNMENT
Accepting applications for the lolloi,'ing:

*Administrative Clerk H (Sheriff's Dept)
* Diesel Mechanic
*Additional employment opportunities
online

Apply online at www.santarosa.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 Frpe Workplace
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* CAREStaff

"The Home Care & Staffing Source"

CareStaff has openings for certified
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and Registered Nurses.

CareStaff is hiring
Home Health Aides and will train.


475-9000
Please visit our website at www.care-staff.com"
License # HHA299991520 .


WORKFORCE ESCAROSA, INC.
TRANSPORTATION SPECIALIST


Minimum Requirements
Graduate from accredited institution with Associates degree.
Year-for-year, direct work experience may be substituted for
the required degree. Must have at least four years of automotive/
mechanical and/or transportation experience. Excellent oral and
written communications, group presentation/training facilitator,
and computer skills are required.


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Business Services
JEFF'S COMPUT-
ER Service: My
place or yours. Up-
grades, virus remov-
al, maintenance,
programming, hard
ware replacement,
home networks,
slow system repair,
cable/DSL, modem
installation, setup;
nights/weekends
too. Information
Technology Degree.
850-485-1283
NEW HOPE PAINT-
ING & WALLPA-
PERING *Drywall
repairs & patchwork
*Pressure cleaning
(homes, decks, pa-
tios, driveways &
sidewalks) *Carpen-
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decks) Residential.
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ness, over 30 years.
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today! (850)723-
2550 or 623-6034


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Name Change '55
FREE Typing, Call for
Worksheet (850) 434-7524
1850.N. "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
THE MOWER MEDIC
We service Your
Mower in your home
at your
convenience.
Bob and Andy
Knowles. Office
(850) 626-8300
Cell (850) 982-3576

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 Complete
repairs and im-
provements to your
home and business.
Ceilings, floors, car-
pentry, drywall,
painting, paneling,
siding, fencing,
decks, patios, yard
maintenance, tree
service and the list
goes on.
J & L Home Improve-
ment Services
850-287-1914
One call does it
all!

TNT METAL
BUILDING, INC.
R.V. & Boat
covers,
Garages.
Portable Sheds
CARPORTS
Call for best prices
in town!
Galvanized Steel
Many sizes/colors.
Financing Available
Free delivery & setup
(850) 983-2296 or
Cell: (850) 206-
4008

320
Child Care

NEW DAY care
in East Milton has
openings for all
ages. Fun and edu-
cational environment
after care welcome.'
EME School District.
Call 981-0843

REGISTERED
CHILD care in my
Milton home, all
ages., Please call
Valerie 983-8043
REGISTERED HOME
In Milton has 2
openings for infant
through 2 years old.
Mon - Fri 7:00 am
to 4:30 pm. 6 1/2
years experience &
references available.
Please call
623-1670

325
Domestic

CERTIFIED & Expe-
rienced patient care
technician will take
care of your loved
ones, run errands
and do house keep-
ing. Please Call
Susan at 516-0715


325
Domestic
DEPENDABLE
HOUSEKEEPER
Seeking additional
clients. Over 15
years of experience!
References avail.
upon request.
Call: 994-6236

335
Financial Services

ARE YOU TOUGH
ENOUGH TO HAUL
FLOWERS? Class A
Teams or Solos
wanting to team.
Home Weekly. Top
Pay & Benefits. Call
(800)428-0343.

I BUY Mortgage
Notes. Find out how
to convert your local
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our Priority Bank-
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(866)574-7216.

REFINANCING RE-
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Lawn Care

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

PAGE'S TREE
Service Trim, cut &
remove. Call 626-
2159 (if no answer,
please leave message)
Firewood $50. a
load and up.


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402
Apartments
1 BEDROOM fur-
nished apartment
with central heat &
air. No pets. $400.
month, $300. dep.
Call for appointment.
994-7246
2 BR/1 BA
CH &AC
New Carpet!
Water, Sewer,
Garbage Included.
$475,/$450.
Triplex-Dearborn &
Peachtree in Milton
1 block off Stewart
Drive by, then leave
message. (also
available 1BR $425.)
* Call: 712-7513

-OUNTRY HAVEN
Apartments
3151 Country Haver
Circle Milton, FL
32570
850)626-7929
FDD (850)955-8770
office Hours 9-12
Monday - Friday
I-Bedroom Apart.
nents - Carpet
stove, refrig, blinds
'H/A. We furnish"
Nater-garbage-sew-
age and pest con.
rol. Dorris Kissick
Res. Mgr.






FOR RENT
2/BR 1/BA Secluded
lot. $550/mo
$500/deposit Just off
of Avalon Blvd.
994-9391
LUXURY APART-
MENT available No-
vember 1st,
2bd/2ba, ceramic tile
floors, fireplace,
laundry room $600
damage deposit
$700 monthly rent.
Ask for Sheree.
623-2500 or
994-4962
UNFURNISHED
2BD/1 ba Duplex,
CH&A, WD connec-
tions, NO Pets $500
rent, $300 deposit,
Call For appoint-
ment. 994-7246

404
Commercial
OFFICE SPACE
FOR LEASE
6061 Dr's Park,
1,800 sf, newly ren-
ovated. 623-5618

406
Homes
3 BD/2BA Newly re-
modeled, central
heat and air, carport,
excellent location,
near. elementary
schools. $850
month $500 deposit
623-9553

CLEAN 3-BED-
ROOM 1- Bath in
Crescent Lake, Pen-
sacola. CH/A,
fenced back yard.
First & last month
rent. Deposit $500.
$750 month.
850-98'1-9695

RENTALS 2 to 3 BR
in Jay, Milton and
Pace. $400 to $650
per month. Call:
994-5703


406
Homes
FOR RENT

*3/2 Home, Chis-
holm Rd. Pensacola
$850

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


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


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


Santa Rosa Realty
623-0077
FOR RENT
3BR/2BTH. - roomy
waterfront home
with boat house in
quiet 'neighborhood.
$995/$500 please
call: 850-994-0667
FOR RENT
4/BR 2/BA 2300 sq
ft. all brick home. 1 st
time rental, very
nice. Sundial Estate
Sub. convenient to
Pensacola and Whit-
ing Field, Non-
Smoking environ-
ment. $1375/mth
$1000/deposit.
995-0490

FOR RENT
6707 Cedar Ridge
Circle. 3/BR 2/BA
plus office. Built
2005. $995/mth
$995/dep.
346-7982 or 221-
1429
MILTON WATER-
FRONT 3/2 total
renovation, 1700 sq.
ft. with dock, large
screened in patio,
washer, dryer, dish-
washer, refrigerator,
and range included.
Close to 110.
$1250/mo and $750
deposit 994-5449 or
304-1539

NEW HOME for rent
in Milton. 3/BR 2/BA
located in conven-
ient area, near Post
Office, grocery
store, and local
banks. Spacious
fenced in backyard
with deck. $985/mth
$985/security de-
posit. Pets allowed
with pet deposit.
380-7769

NEWER HOME
3BR/2B near Whit-
ing Field with extra
large room could
use as den or 4th
bedroom $750/mo
$600/deposit 7255
Birdie lane 221-6015

PACE 3/2 Brick
fenced backyard
1,610 L.A. Vicks-
burg Est, family
room with F/P, LR &
DR combo, refriger-
ator, stove, D.W.
$129,900
Joanne Bryan Real-
tor 994-4718 King
and Assoc. Realty
PACE WITH pool 3
or 4BR/2BA
$950/mo $700 de-
posit 221-6015
Available immedi-
ately 4332 Jernigan
Rd.


406
Homes
SMALL 1 BD
house in Bagdad.
Must see to appreci-
ate! $650 a
month,$150 deposit.
Sorry no pets.
623-8415

408
Land
FOR RENT
2 or 3 bedroom, total
electric, dishwasher,
etc. 626-8973
LAND FOR SALE
Refer to
Classification
#510

410
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/1BA NICE,
clean and quiet. All
utilities furnished.
Pace area, no
pets.1/2 mile north
of Hwy 90 on Chu-
muckla Hwy.
$475/mth $475/de-
posit
Call 995-1717

2BD/2BA WEST
Milton, $525 a
month, $250 depos-
it. No Pets. Total
Electric. Baycrest
Realty. 994-7918
DOUBLEWIDE FOR
rent, total electric,
on corner lot. East-
gate Mobile Home
Ranch. Call:
626-8973

FOR RENT
Very Nice 2/2, pri-
vate lot, located
south of Milton, No
Pets. $550/mth
$450/security de-
posit. Call: 994-6802

NICE, QUIET, clean
park. Rent includes
water, garbage,
lawn service. Two
2/br 2/ba, no pets.
$450/mo. & 3/br
2/ba $550/mo.
698-4582
Bruce Lane, Milton.

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

412
Rooms For Rent

ROOM FOR rent
Milton-Munson
area.Utilities includ-
ed, free long dis-
tance, direct TV, fax,
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
Cell 982-3176


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* Architectural Shingles * Vinyl Exterior Trim
* Luxury Marble Vanity Tops
* Garden Tub and Shower
* Ceiling Fans in all Bedroom and Great Room
* Walk-in Closets, in Bedrooms
* French Doors * Gas or Wood Fireplace


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Baths Sq. Ft.
Bellehaven I 1040
Chadwick 2 ' 1149
Stratford 2 1257
Norwood 2 1341
Mayfair 2 1418
Diplomat 2 1510
Hampton 2 1525
Gemini 2 1579
Inglewood 2 -1586
Ambassador 2 1610
York 2 1622
Oxfo'd 2 1713
Lexington 2 1812
Lexinglorin BR 2 1812
Pinebrook (Signature Series)2 1833
Fleetwood 2 1949
Kingston (Signature Series) 2 2129
Executive 2 1/2 , 2215
Regency (Signature Series) 3 2495
2 Bedroom Duplex 2 (Ieach unit) 1740
3 Bedroom Duplex 4 (2 each unit) 2062


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Price
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83,900
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90,600
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108,400
131,300
126,300
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452
Apartments



The All New!

Jay

Apartments

FULLY RENOVATED ONE,TWO,AND
TH BEDRIIOOM UNITS NOW
AVAILABLE W.AC.

850-983-6995

460
Mobile Homes
FOR RENT 3 bed 2
bath double wide
mobile home. $650-
$750 per month.
$650 security de-
posit/ East Milton
newly renovated.
Please call Barbara
Cumbie @ 377-
6787





504
Commercial
2 COMMERCIAL
BUILDINGS
FOR RENT
Good location in
Milton. Call:
623-5500
506
Homes

6209 MOHAWK Tr
Seller paying closing
costs except insur-
ance and pre paids!
New and move in
ready! 3/2 with large
great room that
could easily be a 4th
bedroom. 1448. liv-
ing area, vinyl exteri-
or good cents home,
-completely chain link
fenced. $134,900
ERA Bill Wallace
Realty 572-6500

8121 OLD. Stage
Coach Rd. Lovely
Country style home
and detached moth-
er-in-law quarters or
apartment with its
own appliances and
bathroom (516 living
area- 1969 total liv-
ing area). Split bed-
room, plan, fireplace,
above ground pool
and large deck. 91
acre lot. No through
traffic. $172,900
Bill Wallace
623-5330


506
Homes

EAST MILTON
Own for less than
you can rent, 1 yr.,
new 4/BR on 1 acre
with all appliances
and over size ga-
rage. 5 minutes, to
.110. Holley Proper-
ties. $ 179,900 Call
VA Financing Avail-
able With Lease Op-
tion. Call: Tom:
449-2983
Owner/Agent,

FOR SALE
BY OWNER
2/BR 1/BA Concrete
block on 1 acre land
off of Wqodbine .
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
Waterfront lot on
Pond Creek in town
of Milton. 626-5851
LEASE WITH Op-
tion in Milton, 3/2
1700 sq ft. $5000
Option owner/agent.
850-206-4026

510
Land

5 ACRES fenced
pasture for sale.
Located off Munson
Hwy, Indian Ford
Rd. Close to Cold
Water Creek.
$90,000 957-8784
or 554-5237


510
Land

FOR SALE
5.44 acres Hwy 89
north of Milton, Re-
stricted $108,000.
Call: 623-2611 or
516-4377

LAND FOR SALE
For Sale 2 acres of
land located off of,
Leonard Barnes Rd.
in Santa Rosa
County, FL. Asking
$40,000. , 449-6904
or 623-3878.


510
Land
HOME FOR SALE
Waterfront Mulat
Bayou. 300' + on
water. 2bd/2ba,
brick, fireplace,car-
port, separate ga-
rage, screen
porch,large deck.
By appt.
Call 484-9490
Owner. $325,000


510
Land
MILTON- 1 Acre
Homesite - Road to
be paved soon.
$28,900. Call Julie
Petersen at Century
21 Island View.
(850)621-7621
PACE LAND for
sale - 2 'acres for
more information go.
to: Sharphome.com.
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512
Mobile Homes
FOR SALE
1997 Fleetwood Mo-
bile home. 2/BR
2/BA. 14 x 70, cov-
ered porch, shed, vi-
nyl siding, central
heat/air. All applian-
ces stay. Excellent
condition must sell
immediately. Ridge-
way Blvd. Milton.
reduced to $26,900
Call:983-9316.

SECLUDED 6

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


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Commercial
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TERFRONT Sale.
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now for Nov. 4 res-
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556
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with 2,000 sf Log
Cabin Package Only
$59,900! Call Now!
(866)950-5263 Ext.,
1705.


558
Investments
LAKEFRONT PRE-
DEVELOPMENT
OPPORTUNITY!
www.grandeharbor.i
nfo All water- access
homesites direct
from the developer.
Most amenities al-
ready in. Far below
market value, from
$79,900. Possible
18 mo NO PAY-
MENTS! Call Now!
(888)BY-LAKES.

560
Land
LOW WHOLESALE
Prices. Investor Lots
1/4, 1/2 and 1-full
acre lots. 6, 7, and
13 Acre Parcels.
Fully-platted and
buildable. Highlands
and Hendry coun-
ties. Call Mr. Law-
rence (800)796-
6569.

Place a
classified
ad today.
623-2120


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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.
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 INFO!
(888)525-3725 X
1796.


704
Livestock
FREE
ROOSTERS
983-6157
706
Livestock Supplies


HAY
FOR SALE
Coastal Hay..
623-6769 or
336-2267.

708
Pets
FOR SALE
6 week old Austral-
ian Sheppard Minis.
No tails, with 1 Par-
vo Shot.: 4/Blue
Merle, 4/Black&
White. $300 each.
Parents have pa-
pers. 232-6528,

FREE TO a good
home. Mix puppies,
all female. 9 weeks
old. Light brown.,
626-3924.


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710
Pet Supplies
GOT A BIRD?
NEED A CAGE?
Large 2'x2'x4' King's
Cage. Two food
bowls .and one water
bowl rotate out for
service. Bottom tray
slides out for clean-
ing. Includes stand.
Black in color. Call
Jim, (850)393-3654.

712
Lost & Found
PETS

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

Place a
classified
ad today.
623-2120


814
Furniture
Wicker settee
antique with cushion
$150. 626-2791
Place a
classified ad
today. Phone
623-2120.

826
Sporting Goods
FOR SALE
Weight Machine, 5-
station, rarely used,
up to 210-lbs
Call:850-572-3054
830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
2006 MODEL
BLOWOUT!!! Ware-
house Clearance
Sale' on the' New
Kayak Pool. SAVE $
thousands on
select-
ed models limited
supply! FREE ESTI-
MATES Easy Fi-
nance Fast Installa-
tion. Call (866)348-
7560 www:kayak-
poolsflorida.com.
DISH NETWORK
FREE 4 Rooms!
Over 240 Channels!
FREE iPod Shuffle!
FREE Movie Chan-
nels! FREE DVR!
FREE HD Upgrade!
Call Now! (800)318-
4039
FOR SALE
Draft Beer Despens-
er, Perlick 3-Tap
Stainless Steel, 20-
gallon tank & regula-
tor. Runs great
$1300.
Call: 850-572-3054



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watts, $699 new,
asking for $450.
Phone # 983-8024.




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Centipede
St. Augustine
Bermuda
Bailed Pine Straw
Call us first, Save Time
Call us last, Save Money
Hwy. 87 So. * Milton
626-85780

FOR SALE
Split rail fence, ap-
prox. 156 ft. Call:
572-5473

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'x14'
$5800 (Limited Qty.)
Front end optional.
Pioneer. (800)668-
5422.
832
Miscellaneous
Wanted
GLASS CRAFTER.
needs empty glass
soft drink bottles, (all
kinds). Not necessa-
rily collectors edi-
tions. Will pick up.
Call: 983-8.042

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
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
FOR SALE
98' Mercury Tracer
Ac & heat, great
condition. $2400'
obo 529-2222
MY MOM'S CAR:
1984 Mercury Grand
Marquis. 67,500 ac-
tual miles. In great
condition, transmis-
sion a bit sluggish
until it warms up.
$1,500 OBO. Call
Jim, (850)393-3654.

918
Trucks
1997 DODGE Ram
Good Conidtion
110,000 miles. Ask-
ing price $4,300.
Call 994-4519
2002 DODGE
-C1500 Four wheel
drive 4 door $13,000
firm 390-3227
920
Vans
91 ASTRO VAN
4.3 Automatic trans-
mission, runs good.
AC is cold. $2195
232-7255
PHYLLIS H. ALLEN

922
Other
FOR SALE
4' x 10' Utility Trail-
er, may convert to
16' Boat trailer. Gal-
vanize Heavy
Springs. $275.00
623-0101


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