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Publication Date: November 29, 2006
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WEDNESDAY

November 29, 2006


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Was that an Earthquake?


East Milton residents say they felt 'shaking' on Sunday


By LYNNE HOUGH
Press Gazette Staff Writer
Did an Earthquake hit East
Milton last week?
That's what some Santa
Rosa families want to know


after experiencing two separate
"tremors" Sunday afternoon.
David and Sharon Hinkle
live on Charlois Rd., about
three miles east of Harold.
Between 3 and 4 p.m., David
says' his computer screen and


desk began shaking. The shak-
ing only lasted about 30 sec-
onds, but did cause framed pho-
tographs on the walls to hang
crooked.
"I thought it was the wash-
er at first," he says. "But it was-


n't on."
,Hinkle admits his family
often feels the effects of bomb-
ing practice by Eglin AFB, but
notes those explosions come in
short bursts and only cause a
shaking effect for a second or


About 20 minutes after the
first tremor, Hinkle says a sec-
ond one occurred, lasting just as
long.
He j\ s there was no noise
or "'boom" associated with


these tremors. Just the shaking.
Family members living
nearby were contacted and it,
was discovered 30 photographs,'
which are "always" kept hang-
ing straight, were discovered
See SHAKE, Page 3A.


'Tis the season:
Christmas parades lining up county-wide


It's that time of year.
Christmas parades abound.
The Pace Volunteer Fire
Department is holding its annu-
al Christmas Parade on Dec. 2,
beginning at 1 p.m.
The parade will begin at
Pace High School and travel
west on Norris Rd., south on
Chumucklai Hwy.,' east on
Church St. and end at the Pace
Volunteer Fire Department,
Station 1.


Organizers say the theme
for the parade is "patriotism":
and everyone is welcome to
participate or just come out to
watch.
Parade, applications are,
available at the fire department,.
located at 4541 Majors St.-
behind the Pace Assembly of
God Church. Questions? Call
(850) 994-6884.
Then, on Thursday,,
See PARADES, Page 3A.


Fire Department wants

Rural Metro's business


Hwy. 90, Glover crash snarls traffic Monday

While this crash did not fall into the category of "Thanksgiving holiday traffic activity," it is a representation of a rough week for motorists
and law enforcement officers. Two people died on Santa Rosa roads and one in Escambia County over the weekend. A third person, Milton
resident Lee C. Pardue was listed in serious condition Monday after troopers say he lost control of his 2003 Yamaha motorcycle, crashing
onto 1110. Mark Daniel Reynolds was killed in Gulf Breeze on Wednesday, the 22nd; Rondale Nickolas Bethea, 19, died in a crash on Old
Chqmstrand Rd. in Pensacola on the same day; and Gail A. Elenz-Leatherwood, 43, Milton, was killed on Mary Kitchens Rd. Saturday, the
.25tn. Milton police were not able to offer any addition details on this Hwy. 90 and Glover Lane crash occurring Monday afternoon. Traffic
was tied up, westbound on Hwy. 90 for nearly an hour while Milton Police, Milton Fire Department,. and Rural Metro emergency personnel
worked to assist those involved. Another photo of this accident is on page 5A.
Press Gazette photo by Lynne Hough.



Time running out for deal


between Mediacom, Channel 3 ri


By LYNNE HOUGH
Press Gazette Staff Writer
The report from Fitch and
Associates isn't even in the
hands of the County yet... and
the battle has begun.
Ndli, N Fire Department
has called a meeting to offer its
side of why the department is
breathing life back into an
attempt to take over ambulance
services for its district.
The Midway Fire Distiict
encompasses the area between
Gulf Breeze and Navarre-26
square miles.
As first responders-certi-
fied paramedics, Midway says
its firefighters are qualified to
treat patients in the same man-
ner as Rural Metro Ambulance
paramedics. However, Midway
does not hold a contract to pro'-
vide those services or offer
transport of patients.


Rural Metro does...for
now.
Earlier this year, Santa
Rosa County leaders approved
a $72,350 expenditure to have
Fitch and Associates research
and report back oii enmergelk
medical service needs for the
County. Tlui "rprtrfis-Tdue back
any day.
In the meantime, a tug-of-
war over providing medical
care and making decisions for
the transport of patients ensued
in late October between a fire
department and Rural Metro.
A three-month-old child
was the patient when the E911
Center dispatched Rural Metro
and Midway to a medical call in
Midway's district. LifeFlight
was requested by Rural Metro,
but landing was denied by
Midway Chief Stephen
Demeter and a paramedic from
See REPORT, Page 5A.


By PAMELA HOLT
Press Gazette Staff Writer ,
Positive response from a Federal Court is giving
Mediacom hope in its war to keep WEAR Channel 3 on its
cables.
Barbara Bonowicz, Senior Manager for Government
Relations with Mediacom says the recent court ruling was
"good for us. But we want it to be resolved and fair.
Mediacom is willing to be in any part of negotiations, but
we want the same deal other cable operators are given."
Sinclair Broadcasting-the parent company of WEAR
TV-is demanding Mediacom begin paying a per sub-
scriber/per month fee to retain the rights to carry the
Pensacola ABC affiliate's signals. If an agreement is not
reached in the next few hours, Mediacom will be forced to


The Press
Gazette is
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100% recy-
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using envi-

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block Channel 3 from its
subscribers homes begin-
ning December 1.
Mediacom officials
gave a statement on
November 21st from
Federal Court for the
Southern district of Iowa,
saying the court denied a
motion by Sinclair
Broadcasting to stay pro-
ceedings in the anti-trust
lawsuit filed against
Sinclair Broadcasting by
M e d i a c o m
Communications
Corporation. The court
ordered Sinclair to file an
answer to the complaint
within 30 days.
Mediacom officials
continue to allege
Sinclair violated the


Sherman Anti-trust Act by conditioning its consent for car-
riage of its television stations in certain markets upon
Mediacom's payment.
Sinclair filed the motion to stay the proceedings, pend-
ing Mediacom's appeal to the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals
. of the district court's decision denying a preliminary
See MEDIACOM, Page 3A.

Cotton farmers have

one month for storm help


Cotton producers in
Santa Rosa County have
just over a month-until
Dec. 29-to apply for a
new program designed to
help them recover from
2005 hurricane losses.
According to Travis
Kelley, County Executive
Director for the U.S.
Department of
Agriculture's Farm Service
Agency, any variety of
2005-crop, upland cotton-
seed and extra-long staple
cottonseed produced and
ginned in the United States
is eligible. Producers and
first-handlers must meet
certain eligibility require-
ments to receive benefits.
The $15 million 2005
Cottonseed Payment
Program (CPP) applies to
counties receiving damage
from 2005 hurricanes


Katrina, Ophelia, Rita, and
Wilma.
The CCC (Commodity
Credit Corporation) will
calculate the payment rate
by dividing the total avail-
able program funds by the
total eligible payment
quantity of cottonseed as
determined by CCC, or $98
per ton, multiplied by the
applicant's total eligible
payment quantity (ton-
basis). Payments are based
on 2003 cottonseed produc-
tion data.
A CPP fact sheet with a
complete list of eligible
counties is posted online at
www.fsa.usda.gov/Internet/
FSA_File/cpp06.pdf; appli-
cations are available at
local USDA Farm Service
Agency offices and online
at: www.sc.egov.usda.gov.
hough @ sr-pg. corn


Let's neck? Friday, in Gulf Breeze, at the Zoo, there was love in the air. Sammy
(upside down) and Gabbie (right side up) were getting to know one another and may
be parents together one day, according to Zoo officials. The bold lovers were show-
ing off during Zoo Lights-a Christmas tradition at the Zoo. The holiday lights are on
from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m, Friday, Saturday, Sunday nights-for the next two weeks. Then,
nightly Dec. 15-30. Zoo Lights costs $5 per person, children under two are admitted
free. Call (850) 932-2229 for details. Press Gazette photo by Lynne Hough


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Sheriff's Report


Oct. 30 to Nov. 4, 2006
O'Brien, Deborah Ann; Female;
45; 671.2 Ventura Blvd., Milton, FL;
Possess Cocaine, .Drugs Possess
Cntrl Sub W/O Prescription, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And Or Use. 10/31/06


Warner, Mary Elizabeth;
Female; 41; 199 Miller Rd, Milton,
FL; Aggrav Battery-Person Uses a
Deadly Weapon (domestic violence).
10/31/06
Mauldin, Joshua Randell; Male;
22; 5236 Nimitz Rd., Milton, FL;


Larc-Over $300 Under $5,000, Larc-
Petit 1st Offense (2 cts.), Fraud-
Illegal Use Credit Cards To Obtain
Goods Under $300., Forg of Alter
Public Record Certificate, Etc.,
Fraud-Utter False Instrument.


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10/31/06
Stowe, Cody Lyn; Male; 17;
8262 Torres St., Navarre, FL; Battery
2nd or Subsequent Offense, Robbery-
With Weapon, Possess Cocaine.
10/31/06
Arquembourg, Marian;
Female; 33; 3712 12th Ave,,
Pensacola, FL; Fraud-Insuff Funds
Check-Maker Utter Issue $150 or
Over (2 cts.). 10/31/06
Hudson H, Rocky Lane; Male;
49; 2925 14th Ave., Pace, FL; Resist
Officer With Violence, Resist Officer
Obstruct W/O Violence. 10/30/06
Vincent, Erica Lynn; Female;
27; 1254 College Pkwy, Gulf Breeze,
FL; Damage Prop-Crim Mischief
$1,000 or More. 10/31/06
Patrick, Jeffrey Douglas; Male;
15; 5420 Jones St., Milton, FL;
Hallucinogen-Sell Within 1,000 ft. of
School/Child Care Facility Schedule
II. 10/31/06
Poche, Stephen Marcel; Male;
39; 2136 16th Ave., Birmingham,
AL; DUI. 10/31/06
Josey, Virginia Lea; Female; 27;
202 Scott St., Milton, FL; Fraud-Fail
ReDeliv Hired Leased Prop $300 or
Over. 11/01/06
McGarity, Curtis Eric; Male;,
36; Homeless; Out of State Fugitive
From Justice. 11/01/06
Quails, Timothy Lee; Male; 19;
5932 Graham Ln, Milton, FL; Fraud-
Utter False Instrument. 11/01/06 '
Smegelski, Jason Stuart; Male;
26; 8215 Newcastle Ct, Milton, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony. 11/01/06
Tuzuner, Serra Ashley; Female;
20; 2789 Villa Woods Cir., Gulf
Breeze, FL; Aggrav 'Batt-Cause
Bodily Harm or Disability (domestic
violence). 11/01/06
S Wilson, Steven Dewayne; Male;
34; 5524 Pipeline Dr., Pensacola, FL;
Fail to Register Motor Vehicle,
Attach Registration License Plate
Not Assigned, Drive While License
Susp 3rd or Subsequent Offense.
Lee, April Michelle; Female; 28;
3741 Legend Creek Dr., Pace, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony. 11/01/06
Batson, James Leon; Male; 38;
5560 Birch St, Milton, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 11/01/06
Rohr, Diana Carolyn; Female;
25; 5030 Pennington Ln, Pace, FL;
Burglary of Structure Conveyance
Unarmed W/O Person Inside (2 cts.),
Fraud-Illegal use Credit Cards to
Obtain Goods Under $300. (2 cts.).
11/01/06
Skrycki, John William; Male;
44; 7256 Birdie Ln, Milton, FL;
Battery-Touch or Strike, Burgl With
Assault or Battery, Trespassing-
Structure or Conveyance. 11/01/06
Holley Samuel Jacob; Male; 26;
6877 Barnhill Rd, Milton, FL; DUI.
11/01/06


Howe, Karen Davis; Female; 49;
6608 Cedar St., Milton, FL; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 2nd Offense.
11/01/06
Oglesby, Robert Clay; Male; 42;
1651 Hester Church Rd., Baker, FL;
DUI. 11/1/06 ,
Gramlich, Michael James;
Male; 23; 5982 Ridge Crest Ct.,
Milton, FL; DUI. 11/1/06
Rogalski, Stanley John; Male;
55; 7643 Johnson Rd, Milton, FL;
DUI. 11/1/06
Cawthon, Adrian Fredrick;
Male; 27; 6670 Sanders St., Milton,
FL; Failure to Appear for Felony
Offense. 11/2/06
Faunce. III, Jack Alvin; Male;
43; 3036 Crittenden Dr., Gulf Breeze,
FL; Probation Violation-Felony.
11/2/06
S Green, Stearious Dewain; Male;
30; 1905 East Scott St., Pensacola,
FL; Lewd Lasciv Behavior-Victim 12
YOA Up to 16 YOA Offender 18
YOA Older. 11/2/06
Ho, Tanh Van; Male; 39; 3088
Gulf Breeze Pkwy, Gulf Breeze, FL;
Sex Asslt-Vict Over 12 YOA Physical
Force No Damage. 11/2/06
Landers, Terrill Evan Bryant;
Male; 20; Villa Wood Drive, Gulf
Breeze, FL; Burgl of Structure
Conveyance Unarmed W/O Person
Inside (6 cts.), Larc-Theft is $300 or
More But Less Than $5,000, Larc-.
Petit 1st Offense (5 cts.). 11/2/06
Schwitzerlitt. Charles Thomas;
Male; 45; 6519 Bonner Ave., Milton,
FL; Drive While License Lic Susp
Habitual Offender. 11/2/06
Whittaker, Jennifer Marie;
Female; 27; 6490 Howard Ave,
Milton, FL; Probation Violation-
Felony, Fraud-Insuff Funds Check
Maker Utter Issue $150 or Over.
11/2/06
Harton, Albert Ray; Male; 21;
6574 Sellers. Dr., Milton, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony. 11/2/06
Brown, Mark Dewayne; Male;'
43; 111 Leola, Hot Springs, AR;
Public Order Crimes St Emergency
Engage Contracting Busn W/O
Certif, Larc-20K Dollars Less Than
100K Dols. 11/2/06
Stuart,. Zachary Wells; Male;
18; 4729 Williams Rd, Pace, FL;
Larc-Theft is $300 or More But Less
Than $5,000,. Larc of Credit Card.
11/2/06
Jones, Emmanuel Lee; Male;
19; 802 E. Brainerd St., Pensacola,
FL; Battery-Cause Bodily Harm (2
cts.), Weapon Offense-Missile Into
Dwelling Veh, Bldg, or Aircraft.
11/2/06
Ellis, Michael Robert; Male; 47;
546 Will Dr, Brandon, MS; DUI.
11/2/06
Drinkwater, Amanda Lauren;
Female; 47; 1315 E Avery St,
Pensacola, FL; DUI. 11/2/06


Adams, Dorian V; Male; 51;
2365 Burton Circ, Navarre, FL;'
Probation Violation-Felony. 11/3/06
Ehrnschwender, Jamie Joe;
Male; 23; 2535 Houston Cir, Gulf
Breeze, FL; Burgl of Structure'
Conveyance Unarmed W/O Person-,-
Inside (3 cts.), Larc-Theft is $300 or
More But Less Than $5,000, Larc-
Petit 1st Degree Property $100 to
$300. 11/4/06
Guinn, Ronald Edward; Male;
41; 4536 Brian St, Pace, FL; Failure.
to Appear for Felony Offense.
11/4/06
Lamb, Joseph David; Male; 25;
5058 Bodega Dr., Milton, FL;,-
Probation Violatibn-Felony. 11/3/06
Monroe, Albert Leonard; Male;
48; 1933 Baker Rd, Atlanta, GA;,
Public Order Crimes-Criminal
Attempt Solicit Conspire 3rd Deg Fel
(3 Cts.). 11/3/06
S Morrell, James Quenton; male;,'
42; 6760 Logan Ln, Jay, FL;-
Probation Violation-Felony. 11/4/06
Myers. Joe Lee; Male; 42; 5614,-
Woodland Ln, Milton, FL; Drive
While Lic Susp 3rd or Subseq
Offense. 11/3/06
Phillips, Tonia Lea; Female; 27;
5631 Cottonwood Dr., Milton, FL;;
Shoplifting-Petit From Merchant 2nd "
or Subseq Offense, Drugs Sell
Methamphetamine Within 1,000 ft
Worship/Busn, Narcotic Equip-,,
Possess And or Use, Narcotic Equip-
Possess Use Poss Mfgr Paraphernalia
to Transport Drugs. 11/3/06
Rowe, Allison Ruth; .Female;'-
22; 328 Merrill Drive, Milton, FL;'.
Aggrav Battery-Person Uses Deadly
Weapon (domestic violence). 11/4/06
Smith, Quinitin Anthony; Male;
26; 8130 Carldean, Pensacola, FL;,
DUI Alcohol or Drugs 2nd Offense,..'.
Flee/Elude Police-Flee W/Disregard
of Safety to Persons or prop, Drive
While Lic Susp 1st Offense, Veh'
Theft-Grand 3rd Degree, Resist'
Officer-Obstruct By Disguised'
Person. 11/4/06
.Trmnble, Curtis Bradley; Male;
37; 8351 Molina St, Navarre, FL;,-
Aggra Batt-Person Uses a Deadly ,
Weapon. 11/4/06
Worthem, Jessica Elise;
Female; 39; 19933 Baker Rd.,
Atlanta, GA; Larc-Petit 1st Degree,;
Property $100 to Under $300 (2'
Cts.), Forgery of Alter Bank Bill
Note Check Draft (2 cts.), Fraud-
Utter False Bank Note Check Draft,
(2 cts.) 11/2/06
Epps, Kenith D; Male; 43; 6730'
Willow Springs, Baton Rouge, LA;'
DUI. 11/4/06
Smith, Quintin Anthony; Male;.
28; 8130 Carldean, Pensacola, FL; ,
DUI Alcohol or drugs 2nd Offense.',
11/4/06


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The Santa Rosa Pre~ss Gazette


Wednesday-November 29, 2
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Local


Continued From Page One.
hanging "skewed" on the walls
at a different home down the
street.
Marietta Hinkle says she
was at church when the possible
Earthquake tremor struck, but
she checked around her house
after being told what happened.
She says framed photos
hanging on the wall on an
inside room of the house were
crooked, along with other pic-
tures in different places in the
home.
The Emergency 911 Center
says no calls were received
Sunday reporting a tremor in
Santa Rosa County.
University of Florida pro-
fessors have studied the phe-
nomenon of Earthquakes in
Florida. The largest one on
record took place 127 years
ago, centered near Palatka. It is
reported to have caused disor-
der and fear in the citizenry.
On Sunday, Sept. 10, 2006,
an Earthquake was reported in
the Gulf of Mexico, 251 miles
off the coast of Manatee County
and 329 miles from New
Orleans, Lousiana.
It was feared the 6.0 quake
might cause a Sunami, but it did
not. No damage was reported.
The Earthquake was said to
have occurred 6.2"miles under
the surface of the water.
Because of the flat Florida land-
scape, the Earthquake was felt
at distances exceeding 500
miles.
Hinkle says his family
experienced slight tremors from
the Sept. 10 Earthquake in East
Milton.


Mediacom
Continued From Page One.
injunction against termination
of re-transmission consent by
Sinclair.
M- ediacom officials say the
District Court agreed with it,
that a stay of proceedings was
not appropriate, stating the
court doesn't believe the resolu-
tion of the appeal will signifi-
cantly impact the substance of
the plaintif's complaint.
"Despite Sinclair's efforts
to convince the public the
judge's rulings on the prelimi-
nary injunction disposed of
Mediacom's claim, this deci-
.sion is a confirmation the court
hasn't rendered a final decision
on the merits,", Mediacom
spokesmen say.
Mediacom Senior Vice
President and general counsel,
Joseph E. Young, says
"'Mediacom expects to ulti-
mately prevail in its claims that
Sinclair violated anti-trust laws.
We look forward to initiating
discovery to learn the details of
Sinclair's business, plan for re-
transmission consent, alliances


Two people from the 32570
zip code reported feeling the
Sept. 10 Gulf of Mexico
Earthquake to the U.S.
Geological Survey-
Earthquake Hazards Program
(USGS), according to reports
posted by the agency.


Parades


Continued From Page One.
December 7, the Milton
Christmas Parade begins its
march. The event is scheduled
to begin at 6:30 p.m.
The theme for this year is
"Christmas around the world."
The parade will form at Milton
High School, travel south on

King Middle

youth take

robotic honors
King Cougar's Pride
Robotic Team from King
Middle School earned several
awards at the Jubilee Best
Robotics competition in
Mobile, recently.
The team competed in the
Laundry Quandary game.
Students were awarded first
place in the Spirit and
Sportsmanship category; first
place in Tee-shirt design; third
place in Robot Performance
competition; third place in Best
award competition, (oral pres-
entation, booth display, spirit
and sportsmanship, technical
notebook, judge interviews,
robot performance).


with our satellite competitors
and its strategy and tactics with
respect to other cable operators.
We believe all of this informa-
tion will support the allegations
of one anti-trust complaint that
Sinclair violated the law in its
dealings with us."
Bonowicz says she is still
very confident in the proceed-
ings, and reiterates the need for
resolve.
In the meantime,
Representative Dave Murzin
has contacted the FCC, asking
the organization to intervene.
Reach writer at:
holt@sr-pg.com

NOTICE TO PATIENTS
Andrew Kramer, MD
will be closing his office
on December 8, 2006.
Patients may request
medical records at
5992 Berryhill Road
Suite 104
Milton FL 32570
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to Elva Street where it will dis-
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The shortened route this
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Florida must do

something now
As if Floridians, including those in Santa Rosa
County, haven't already been struggling to find
ways to survive skyrocketing property values and
the taxes that go with it and outrageous property
insurance rates, Citizens wants yet-another
increase in premiums.
When will this insane behavior stop? Better
yet, when are our state lawmakers going to do
more than talk of promises to deal with the serious
situation that seems to be totally out of control?
Citizens Property Insurance, the state-run
insurance company for property owners in high-
risk coastal areas, approved premium rate hikes for
some 395,000 coastal home residents and busi-
nesses located in high-hazard coastal areas.
We're told some Escambia business owners,
could see premium increases of nearly 1,200 per-
cent, while some homeowners in both Escambia
and Santa Rosa Counties could pay an additional
118 percent next year.
Citizen's Board of Governors is expected to
vote on the matter Dec. 7-deciding whether to
approve the audit committee's recommendations.
A rate increase already approved will go into
effect in January. Meanwhile, both outgoing Gov.
Jeb Bush and Governor-elect Charlie Crist are giv-
ing us the impression we won't see any legislative
action taken on our insurance crisis until the regu-
lar session...next year. And there is strong indica-
tion lawmakers are in no real hurry to call a special
session before the Legislature meets in regular ses-
sion.
Meanwhile, Citizens and private insurance
companies are wasting absolutely no time in rais-
ing premiums and canceling policies.
The situation is critical for many Floridians,
particularly those who have absolutely no alterna-
tive whatsoever but to depend on Citizens, the
insurance company of last resort.
For some, these skyrocketing rates and higher
taxes mean simply going out of business or being
forced to sell their homes and move out of state.
The situation we're facing today can be direct-
ly attributed to our lawmakers and profiteering
developers who, for years, have allowed and devel-
oped homes, condos and businesses in high risk
areas of our state.
For decades insurance companies have provid-
ed policies to those living and doing businesses in
coastal areas, barrier islands and flood-prone
areas.
Now that the state has suffered several severe
hurricanes over the past few years which have
resulted in billions of dollars in damages, we're
realizing the consequences of their actions.
If something isn't done to bring the situation
under control, scores of small businesses will be
forced to close and hundreds of people will be left,
with no alternative but to sell their homes and
leave the state.
Even worse is the fact that many people who
may have had plans to move to Florida will rethink
their options.
This latest action on the part of Citizens only
makes it even more clear that something must be
done now and not later.
To wait any longer is to place an unnecessary
burden on those who have chosen to make Florida
their home.
We must apply pressure to our lawmakers to
address this important issue.

NOVEMBER 29, 2006



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Main Street Milton does much


FM: PATRICIA WILLIAMSON
Dear Editor:
I am writing in reference to the Milton Executive
City Council meeting that was held on-November 6 in
which Milton Mayor Guy Thompson chose to speak
against providing funding for Main Street Milton
(MSM).
This funding would have provided $10,000
towards this organization. The funds come from the
Downtown Trust Fund and are funded from the down-
town property owners who pay into it each year.'
The requested funds represent just 4.5% of the
downtown fund. For those who don't know, Main
Street Milton is an entirely volunteer organization
with the exception of one full-time Program Manager,
which is the reason for the funding request.
Main Street Milton is modeled after the National
Main Street program-utilized across the United
States to revitalize neglected downtown areas. The
program is structured into four committees: organiza-
tion, design, promotion and economic restructuring.
The only agenda MSM has is to improve the
downtown viability of Milton, while preserving the
historical character of this unique riverfront town.
MSM is responsible for sponsoring the summer con-,
certs on the river, the annual Mardi Gras parade and,
in 2007, the return of Scratch Ankle.
In addition, MSM partners with Santa Rosa
County to support and facilitate the Riverwalk
Market.
Another MSM project is the installation and con-
tinued maintenance of the-downtown flower pots. In
addition, several MSM volunteers were responsible
for helping to secure a $110,000 tree grant which will
greatly improve the look and feel of downtown
Milton.
MSM has also been working on a comprehensive
plan for downtown Milton that will provide walkabil-
ity and connectivity to make parking and access to
downtown shops and restaurants easy, with downtown,
parks as a center for gathering and commerce.
Main Street Milton was recognized for its hard
work and efforts at the recent statewide Main Street
conference with five well-earned awards for the City
of Milton. Onewould believe that any City Council-
and especially, the City Mayor-would embrace such
a hard-working, dedicated group of people whose sole
purpose is to improve the downtown area, instead of
issuing the proverbial "slap in the face."
I sat at this meeting aghast that the Mayor would
actually indicate the reason he was recommending to
deny the funding request from MSM was because two
of the three people on the MSM Board of Directors
chose to run for public office.
Last time I checked, this was no grounds for retri-
'bution from governmental officials. It was clear at the
meeting that even after at least eight people got up and
spoke on behalf of MSM, including volunteers, busi-
ness owners and concerned citizens, that the unani-
mous vote from the City Council members had been
decided long before the meeting ever began. What
happened to our democratic process and plain old
common sense?
MSM and the Milton City Council are both losing
out for not working together to achieve a common
goal to improve and revitalize the downtown area of
Milton. MSM will continue its progress and will con-
tinue to grow, despite the City Council's decision. 0
And, the next time you enjoy one of the many
downtown events sponsored by MSM, please remem-
ber to thank an MSM volunteer.
Even better, if you would like to get involved th
this outstanding group of individuals, contact Wanda
Enfinger, Main Street Milton Program Manager at
626-6246.


Sending a word of thanks
FM: CAROL MILLER
Dear Editor:
On behalf of the "Caring Hearts, Sharing Hands
Food Pantry" of First Baptist Church, we would like
to sincerely thank all the students, staff and faculty of
both Pace and Milton High Schools for the donation
of food for their annual food drive competition.
Although Pace High collected the largest amount
of food, both schools did an outstanding job.
However, the REAL winners were the hungry citizens
of Santa Rosa County who will receive the food boxes
we give out on a daily basis.
You have been a blessing to the work we do and
to our recipients.
May God bless you all.

This group is more than you think
FM: MIKE GARRETT
Dear Editor:


The Black Water Deer Dog Association was
formed so that the dog hunters and landowners could
reach an understanding on where dog hunters could
safely hunt with dogs.
The Black Water Deer Dog Association is a non-
profit organization.
I was one of seven people who dog hunted that
was invited to be part of a liaison committee together
with Perran Ross--UF Louie Roberson-FWC,
Dave Pridgen-FWC, Bill Sermons-FWC, Cory R.
Marea-FWC, Ben Walcott-DOF, and Mike
Bjarkland-Rep Evers.
People like myself who have raised dogs to hunt
with are being shut down or shoved into small areas
to hunt. We as an association are trying to come up
with a way to get more land to hunt on that will not
be close to homes or paved roads since the association
is about respecting the landowner.
,Dog hunting of all kinds has been a tradition in
my family as well as many others in the Northwest
Florida area. I have dog hunted with my grandfather
who taught me to obey all the laws of hunting, and I
taught my son who now owns his own hunting dogs
and has hunted with me since he was 3 years old. As
all dog owners, I would like for him to be able to
teach his children how to hunt and continue the tradi-
tion.
To form The Black Water Deer Dog Association
we made flyers and posted them around and had peo-
ple sign up if they were interested. We had a tremen-
dous response. We then formed a committee. The
committee met a couple of times to get the ball
rolling. We made up applications, flyers and cards. At
that time we set up the public meeting so that not just
the dog hunters but also the landowners could attend
and voice their opinions and concerns. The applica-
tion that was given out had a comments section so
that anyone who wishes could let us know his or her
opinions. We had a lot of people fill this out and with
very good suggestions and comments.
The Association is trying to accomplish several
things:
1. Get more land to dog hunt on. (Reopen some of
the land sections that have been closed down.)
2. More days to dog hunt. (We feed and take care
of these dogs 365 days a year and are only allowed to
hunt with them a couple of weeks.)
3. More quotas given out to dog hunt with.
4. Show that we can, will and do respect the
landowner's rights.
5. Most of all to keep the tradition of dog hunting
alive for our children and grandchildren.
Dogs are not just used for deer hunting. There are
all kinds of hunting sports that use dogs including:
bird hunting, fox hunting, coon hunting, rabbit hunt-
ing, etc.
If anyone would like to talk with me or needs
information on the Black Water Deer Dog
Association, I can be reached at (850) 957-4752 or
(850) 957-0045. You may also contact me by mail at
10174 Munson Hwy., Milton, FL 32570.
If anyone would like an application mailed to him
or her please let me know. The membership fee is
$10.00 per person or $15.00 per husband and wife
and any children under the age of 16.
We need the support of everyone, because the clo-
sure of land, deduction in the number of days and
number of hunters affects all hunters. Deer Dog hunt-
ing is just a start to all hunting being closed to all.
We thank everyone for his or her support. God
Bless you all.
The next meeting is November 30th at the
Munson Volunteer Fire Department on Munson Hwy.
near Hwy. 4.


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Santa Rosa...
Saturday, 7:22 p.m.
This is Steve. A'recent letter
to the editor talked about teachers,
having it good without a raise. E
would ask people who have never
been in a classroom consider the
time they spend, off the clock. I'
would gladly accept a minimunri-
per-hour wage watching your
children before a teacher's salary.
Teachers don't have it good.
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Saturday, 11:03 a.m. 'i
Toys for Tots is all good, but :
let's not forget'about our elders'
They get thrown into those nurs-
ing homes and forgotten about:'
Let's think about them this holi.-.
day season., too.

Friday, 1:48 p.m.
I am calling about the Womai'
on the Edge column. Ms. Hough-
needs to get her facts better. There'
used to be a movie theatre inf
Milton. In fact, there were two:;
TG&Y was never behind
Church's Fried Chicken. It wag,
behind what is now McDonalds.'1

Friday, 2:24 a.m.
I am speaking out for Edward'
the Biker. They are going to meet,
on Dec. 2 at Kmart. It is part of:
the Toys for Tots campaign. All of
you bikers, get your bikes and'
turn out. Let's make it .a great'
Christmas for the less fortunate.'
We'll be waiting for you that'
morning at 9 o'clock.

Friday,'2:18 a.m.
This is Lit in Pace. I am con-
cerned about a funeral home
being next to me. Now, when I'
pass away, all I have to do is jump
out my window. I think it is not in:
the right place and I just wanted.
to make a statement about it.

Wednesday, 9:18 p.m.
This is Ed. About the fire
hydrants, I was a member of ad
volunteer company. Our chief
assigned two people to go around,'
find hydrants and clean them up,
We tested it right then to makb
sure it worked. I guess it depends
on what the chief wants volun-
teers to do, but that is the way we
did it for years.

Wednesday, 8:33 p.m.
My name is Gene. I am call-
ing about the Post Office taking
Saturday as a holiday. Veterans
day is the only day that we take
the actual day on which the holi-
day falls rather than the accepted
"federal holiday." We've always
done that for years.


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This traffic accident, Monday on Highway 90 at Glover Lane, followed a rash of accidents over the long
Thanksgiving holiday. See related photo, page 1A.
Press Gazette photo by Lynne Hough


Bagdad tour coming
Ever drive past those beau- Baker, preservation association
tiful historic homes in Bagdad president. "Anyone who wants
.and Milton-and wish for a to learn a little more about our
peak inside? past and enjoy a traditional
Well, here's your chance. Christmas dinner will have a
Enjoy a journey back in wonderful time."
time when the Bagdad Village Dinner will include roasted
Preservation Association hosts turkey and dressing. A full
its 25th Annual Blackwater menu is available by request.
Heritage Tour Saturday and Live entertainment will be pro-
Sunday, featuring homes in the vided at dinnertime. Various
Bagdad and Milton historic dis- Bagdad Village ornaments will
tricts. be given as dinner favors.
This year's event will high- Seating is limited, so tickets
light homes built between 1880 should be purchased now.
and 1920-a .time after the There will be separate Saturday
Civil War that sparked an age of and Sunday tours. The
entrepreneurship and new Saturday tour begins at 5 p.m.,
vision in Santa Rosa. The tour and the Sunday tour begins at 2
will include four homes and p.m. Tickets are $25 for adults
other historical venues, and $15 for children.
,. Built in 1919 by a Canadian Tickets are available at the
millwright as a wedding gift for Santa Rosa Chamber of
his sister and brother-in-law, Commerce, Top's Appliance,
the Forcade House features the Bagdad Museum gift shop,
original and ornate woodwork the Copper Possum, or by call-
crafted from lumber scraps ing (850) 623-8493 or (850)
brought home by the builder 623-8034.
from the Bagdad Lumber Mill. Once a bustling lumber mill
* "The totir will give visitors village, Bagdad was the center
an opportunity to see inside of' the Southeastern lumber
beautifully decorated homes in industry for 111 years before
historical Bagdad and down- closing in 1939.
tpwn Milton," says Robyn Submitted article


Gem Lore
by Willam E, Cobb
Past President Florida Jewelers
Spokesman for Jewelers ofAmerica
Seal a Marriage
with a Ring
The custom of sealing a mar-
riage with a ring goes back to
Roman times to the second
century B.C. Plain ironrings
were used back then. Even
after certain Roman classes
of citizens were entitled to
wear gold rings, the iron
rings was still favored for
weddings. During the second
century A.D., gold rings
became popular for wed-
dings. However, even among
those Romans entitled to
wear gold rings, it was cus-
tomary to exchange wedding
rings, although St. Augustine
writes: No priest shall hesi-
tate to marry a couple who,
because of poverty, are
unable to give,rings to each
other." Apparently the cus-
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his department.
After a landing zone for
LifeFlight was not created and
the personnel to man the land-
ing zone sent away, a Rural
Metro paramedic contacted the
E911 Center and arranged for
LifeFlight to meet the ambu-
lance at Gulf Breeze Hospital.
The infant died the next
day. However, Demeter says it
was a terminal illness that took
the baby's life, not a delay in
treatment.
As reported earlier, Rural
Metro's corporate office filed a
letter of complaint with Santa
Rosa County Administrator
Hunter Walker this month. In
the letter, Rural Metro attorney
I. Nicholas Arning, Jr.,
Knoxville, Tennessee, refers to
potential liability issues over
the actions of Midway Fire
Department (MFD) personnel
and says, "Rural/Metro takes
very seriously its responsibility
to provide efficient, quality
EMS service to the people of
Santa Rosa County.


"However, in order to do
that job, Rural/Metro needs to
be free from interference by the
MFD when it responds to an
emergency medical call, has
communications with patients
and family members, and
makes decisions or recommen-
dations regarding helicopter
transport."
Demeter told the Press
Gazette in an interview earlier
this month his department was
no longer interested in taking
over emergency medical servic-
es for the Midway District.
However, a meeting has been
called by the Midway Fire
Department to discuss that very
thing.
It is not clear what results,
could come from tonight's
meeting.
The County has not yet
responded to Rural Metro's
complaint, saying it is waiting
for the Fitch and Associate
report.
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David Dennis Burrell, 86,
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Tuesday, November 21, 2006,
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son Terry Burrell.
Mr. Burrell is survived by a
daughter, Linda (Billy) Lewis
of Ramer, Alabama; a son,
David Burrell of Mt. Dora,
Florida; one sister, Cornelia
Benton of Panama City,
Florida, 10 grandchildren, 7
great grandchildren, and a spe-
cial companion, Anna Louise.
Lewis Funeral Home of
Milton, Florida is in charge of
cremation services.

Everett,
Rosie L.
1946-2006
Rosie L. Everett, age 61, of
Milton, passed away Tuesday,
November 21, 2006. Rosie was
a native of Alabama, but
resided in Milton for many
years and attended public
school here.
'Mrs. Everett is survived by
her two daughters, Sybil
(Martin) Woolwine, Columbia,
S.C. and Sonya (Kerry) Hurd,
of Mansville, TX; two sons,
Keith (Lisa) Everett, of
Washington, D.C., and William
D. Everett, Jr., of San Antonio,
TX; two brothers; four sisters;
twelve grandchildren; one
great-granddaughter; and the
father of her children, William
D. Everett, Sr. of Bagdad.
Funeral services were 2


p.m, Sunday, November 26,
2006, at Lewis Funeral Home
in Milton with Rev. Warren P.
Gilmore officiating. Burial fol-
lowed in Bagdad Cemetery
with Lewis Funeral Home
directing.

Mascarenhas,
Ret. Colonel Aristides
Augusto "AL" Alvares
1925 2006
Retired Colonel Aristides
Augusto "Al" Alvares
Mascarenhas went to be with
the Lord on November 22,
2006.
He was born in Minas
Gerais, Brazil, on December
30, 1925, served in the
Brazilian Air Force as a pilot
for 35 years, and moved to the
US in 1992, where he has
resided in Milton, Florida.
He is survived by his wife
of 57 years-Mary Agnes
(Gunn) Mascarenhas; son-
David Augusto Mascarenhas
and daughter-in-law-
Elizabeth (Magalhaes)
Mascarenhas; son-Jose Julio
Gunn Mascarenhas and daugh-
ter-in-law-Luciene (Sabino)
Mascarenhas; daughter-
Susan (Mascarenhas) Estrup
and son-in-law-Robert
Estrup; daughter-Virginia
Louise (Mascarenhas)


Pace Area Plan Kick-off Meeting
The Santa Rosa County Community Planning, Zoning and
Development Division invites you to participate in a public meeting to
consider developing a vision and potential plan for the community of
Pace. The meeting is scheduled as follows:
Monday, December 4, 2006
6:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m.
Pace High School/Freedom Hall
4065 Norris Road
Pace, Florida 32571
You are critical to your community's future and your input will
drive this process and subsequent plan. We encourage you to attend.
If you have any questions about this process or about the meeting,
please contact Beckie Faulkenberry at 981-7075 or beckief@co.santa-
rosa.fl.us.
Santa Rosa County adheres to the Americans with Disabilities Act
and will make reasonable, modifications for access to this meeting
upon request. Please call Santa Rosa County Planning, Zoning and
Development Division at (850) 981-7075 to make a request. For
Hearing-Impaired, 1-800-955-8770 (Voice). Requests must be received
at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting in order to provide the
requested service. .


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Fernandes and son-in-law-
Walter Cardoso Fernandes;
daughter-Lilian Pauline
(Mascarenhas) Bachmeier and
son-in-law-John Raymond
Bachmeier; son-Victor James
Mascarenhas and daughter-in-
law-Rosanne (Nicholson)
Mascarenhas; brother-Julio
Alvares Mascarenhas and sis-
ter-in-law--Odelma
Mascarenhas;' 18 grandchil-
dren, and 3 great grandchildren.
Funeral Services for Mr. Al
Mascarenhas were held at 2:00
p.m. on Friday, November 24,
2006 at the Lewis Funeral
Home in Milton with Rev. Jack
McCaleb-Finley officiating..
Burial followed in the Milton
Cemetery with Lewis Funeral
Home directing. The family
received friends at 1:00 p.m. on
Friday, prior to services.

Peterson, II, William
Edward "Eddie"
William Edward "Eddie"
Peterson, II, of Pensacola, FL,
passed away on Thursday,
November 23, 2006. Eddie was
born in Pine Bluff, Arkansas,
and had resided most of his life
in the Northwest Florida area.
He is survived by his par-
ents-William E. Peterson, and
Dixie L. Sales; .three sisters-
Donna Geiger, Christy
McCluskey, and Tiffany
Williams; two nieces-Jessica
Harris and Kyleigh McCluskey
and a nephew-Michael Harris.
Graveside Funeral Services
were held at 1:00 p.m. on
Sunday, November 26, 2006, at
the Serbnity Gardens Cemetery
with Lewis Funeral Home
directing. The family received
friends from 1'1:00 a.m. to
12:30 p.m. on Sunday,
November .26, 2006 at the
Lewis Funeral Home in Milton.


Presley,
William 0.
"Buddy"
1931 2006
William 0
" u d d y
Presley, 75, ol
Jay, Florida,
passed away


quietly at his home, surrounded
by his family on Friday
evening, November 24, 2006.


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Buddy was born September
12, 1931, in Lottie, Alabama.
He retired from West Florida
Agriculture Research Center
after 30 years of service. He
was. a member of the Ebenezer
Assembly of God Church.
He is preceded in death by
his parents-Pete and Ida Mae
Presley; two sisters-Ida Pearl
Lofton and Mary Milstid; and
one brother-Ralph Presley.
Buddy is survived by his
wife of 59 years-Catherine
Presley; two sons-James
(Tonyia) Presley and John
(Lisa) Presley; two daughters-
Barbara (Harold) Morris and
Josephine (J.B.) Hudson; 11
grandchildren-Erik (Terri)
Leto, Nick Presley, Michael
Cotton, Vickie (Evan) Terrill,
Joshua Cotton, Sandy Presley,
Katrina (Sigward) Moerk,
Alicia Presley, Shawn Presley,
Jake Presley, and Steven
(Denise) Hudson; 11 great
grandchildren, two brothers-
Roger (Patsy) Presley, and Ray
(Karen) Presley; three sisters-
Annie Lee Norton, Jewel
(Benny) Dockins, and Faye
(Guy) Milstid.
Funeral Services were held
at 2:30 p.m. on Tuesday,
November 28, 2006, ,at the
Lewis Funeral Home in Milton
with Pastor Dykes Strickling
and Rev. Bobby Carnley offici-
ating. Burial followed in the
Elizabeth Chapel Methodist
Church Cemetery with Lewis
Funeral Home directing. The
family received friends from 6
to 8 p.m. on Monday evening,
November 27, 2006, at ,the
Lewis Funeral Home in Milton.
"The family wishes to
express a Special Thank you to
Covenant Hospice, Dr. David
Smith, and Baptist Home
Health Care for the care given
to our father."

Rutherford,
Shirley Jean Peaden
1957 2006
Shirley Jean Peaden
Rutherford, age 49, of Pace,
entered into the loving arms of
her Heavenly Father, on
Thursday, November 23, 2006.
Shirley was born to Ann
Martin and the late Rev. George
Lee Peaden on March 25, 1957.
She was a native .and lifelong


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resident of Santa-Rosa County.'
She had attended Pensacola
Junior College and Troy State
University where she received
her Masters Degree in Criminal
Law. She retired from the Santa,-
Rosa County School System
with over 22 years of service.-.
Shirley was a loving wife,
devoted mother, and an out-.,
standing grandmother!
Her father, Rev. G. L.'
Peaden; preceded Shirley in'
death; also Stepfather-Doyce
Martin: brother-Jody Peaden;'-:
sister-George Ann Russ, and a,"
special father figure-Richard,,
Jernigan. ,-
Shirley leaves to cherish
her memory, her husband of 34-..
years-Earl, Rutherford; son',
and daughter in law-Wesley,;!
and Kristal Rutherford; daugh-,
ter and son in law-Tammy and'
Neil Passmore; four precious.
grandchildren-Zachary and.
Leah Rutherford, and Victoria,
and Mary Ruth Passmore;,
mother-Ann Martin; sister-
Ann Lou Milam; brothers and
sisters in law-Pat and Alice'
Peaden, and Ricky and Susan'
Peaden; father in law and moth-'
er in law-A.E. "Hackie" and.-'
Rolena Rutherford; a very spe,
cial mother figure-Jeanett-;,<
Jernigan, and many nieces-;
nephews, relatives and friends.
Funeral Services were held.
at 2:00 p.m. on Monday,"
November 27, 2006 at the
Lewis Funeral Home in Miltol '
with Rev. Richard Bradley offi"'
citing. Burial followed in the'
Elizabeth Chapel Methodist
Church Cemetery with Lewis,,
Funeral Home directing.
The family received friends..
from 12:00 noon to 2:00 p.m.,
on Monday, prior to services.,
Active Pallbearers were Bobby
Burkett, Charlie English, Johlf'
Barnes, John Price, Dale
Peaden, Lee Peaden, and
Matthew Peaden.

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11 a.m. on Sunday, December
17th. This powerful 40-minute
presentation combines narration
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warming hymns and favorites
retelling God's purpose and


Bible Conference
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Having a Bible Conference
beginningg Sunda., Dec. 3
through Sunday, Dec. 10th.
Special speakers will be
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consisting of "There's
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begins Dec. 3rd
There will be nightly ser\ ices
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Stephanie Leavins will be
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located at 6800 Mobile Hwy.
Pensacola. Pastor Chuck
Baldwin invites everyone to
attend this special service.For
more info call 944-3544 or
626-0696.

Candlelight
Christmas organ music by
Dave Turner will be held at
Bagdad United Methodist
Church, on Sunday, Dec. 3rd at
6:00 pm. Come and enjoy this
delightful evening of music.
This event is guaranteed to get


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its true meaning.
Come join the Olivet
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Sunday, December 17th for this
very special tribute to our Lord
and Savior, Jesus, the Christ!
Our church is located at 5340
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Dear Pastor Gallups,
I see and hear so many preachers that have become so pos-
sessed with teaching that God wants Christians to be wealthy in
money and material things that I can't help but wonder are they
really trying to lead people to Jesus or are they more interested
in increasing their own wealth? H.H.E., Bagdad
Dear H.H.E., I find no where in scripture where God
declares that he wants "all" of His Children in this world to
be wealthy and "healthy."
There ARE promises in God's Word that indicate that the
Lord often blesses His Children with wealth or even "healing"
and health when His children live by certain Biblical principles.
However, common sense (and God's Word!) makes clear that
health and wealth are very relative terms and are practically
indefinable.
How does one define "wealthy?" Usually it means some-
one who has more money that YOU do! An average American
family is far "wealthier" than 75% of the rest of the world. What
is "health?" We are ALL dying. Eventually, "health" will run
out for us ALL!
ALL of the disciples of Jesus died poor and martyrs' deaths.
Jesus didn't have a place to "lay his head." He had no home or
fancy wardrobe. Someone else kept his money and he turned
out to be a thief! Many of God's dearest children all over the
world suffer from poverty, malnutrition, disease and even star-
vation. Eventually we will have the ultimate in health and
wealth when we are with the Lord Jesus. All we are promised in
this life is an opportunity to live for Jesus and bring glory to His
Name regardless of our health or wealth.
In short, the "health and wealth, prosperity" teaching com-
ing out of today's modem "television evangelist world" is sim-
ply a LIE! We need to be like Paul, who said that he had learned
to be content in ALL THINGS healthy, not healthy, wealthy or
poor., He simply wanted to glorify Jesus with his life. That is the
goal of my life as well. I think that a Christian will find their life
to be much happier if lived by this Biblical truth.
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 Intermitional Youth
Evangelist for the Southern Baptist Convention preaching all over the U.S. and Canada. For more infor-
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By LYNNE HOUGH
Press Gazette Staff Writter
When I was child, the
Vietnam "conflict" was in full
swing.
I stood up and said the
Pledge of Allegiance with my
classmates. Only a few words
made sense to me then. As I
grew older, my understanding
grew. I knew the significance
of what I said.
I had relatives in various
wars. But as a child, no one in
my immediate life was. So it
all seemed a little distant-his-
tory.
But when I was older, it
really hit home.
I gained a. tremendous
respect for the words stated in
the Pledge of Allegiance. In
my heart, I appreciated the sac-
rifices paid so I might continue
to live completely taking free-
dom for granted.
Even as a young child, I
recall being thankful I was
born here. I was amazed at the
miracle that delivered me into
a free country before I was
even consciously aware of life.
I hear people say kids
shouldn't participate in the
pledge because it's hypocriti-
cal to say the pledge when
many children don't know
what it means or why they say
it...
Then I think of the crosses
on Dogwood Drive that repre-
sent the soldiers we've lost in
Iraq and Afghanistan.
It's not distant anymore.
We lost a young man from
Pace to the war in Iraq. He's
younger than two of my chil-
dren. That's not distant. That's
not ancient history naming
unseen faces in a book, fight-
ing in long-ago conflicts we'll
never see on C N N.
He was a young man who
chose a path and his future is
sealed so that I might be free to
sit in this chair and tell you
what I think.
Militants have not stormed
their way into the newspaper
today to kidnap anyone and
force their message by behead-
ing us on the Internet.
Soldiers are not fighting on
Hwy. 90 and our schools are
not being bombed.
It is truly the people
behind the flag to whom we
are stating our allegiance.
And they deserve our
respect.
It is Kevin Ellenburg, a 20-
year-old Pace High graduate
football player who died in
Iraq, to whom I pledge my
allegiance. It is the Veterans at
the Veteran's Day event earlier
this month. It is to all the men
and women I could not see at
that event-because their belief
in my freedom took them
somewhere else.
Those Americans gave
their lives so we may live free
and have the choice to say we
don't want to say the Pledge of
Allegiance.
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By Molly Parsons
Press Gazette Advice Column

Dear Molly:
My eldest child, "Steven"
seems to be going through a
tough time at school. He's
completely cut us off and is dis-
respectful to me and other
members of the family.
I'm divorced, so I asked his
father if he's noticed a change
in Steven. He says he's fine but
distant when he visits his house.
His grades have always been
average up 'til now, but fifth
grade is a challenge.
His teacher has noticed
some change in his perform-
ance, although he's never had
many friends since he's not a
very outgoing child. I've con-
sidered talking to our minister
but I haven't followed through
with it yet.
Any ideas?
Concerned parent


Dear Concerned:
I think you're right about
considering speaking with
someone you trust. Talking
with your minister and having
someone speak with Steven
will get to the bottom of his
problems.
The fifth grade can be cru-
cial to a child-dealing with
social structure and education.
'Talk with a school coun-
selor, your minister, a family
counselor-anyone who can
give you a professional opinion
about what's going on with
him. You could also check him
for a learning disability if your
counselor thinks it may be a
possibility.
It could also be Steven's
going through a period of
change. You didn't mention
how long ago the divorce took
place, but his withdrawal very
well may be connected to his
emotions about that very thing.


Seeking help in talking
with Steven is a smart thing to
do. Do your very best to keep
the lines of communication
open. Try not to provoke
unnecessary arguments, mean-
ing choose your battles wisely
with him.
Dear Molly:
My grandmother died and
left some heirlooms between'
my cousin and myself: two very
valuable collections of crystal
and silver. Instead of picking
one of the two, I would rather
split the two collections but my
cousin wouldn't hear of it-she
wants to keep one or the other.
Help
Dear Help:
You didn't mention your
grandmother's wishes; however
I would suggest doing as she
wanted. If she left the silver to
you and the crystal to your
cousin leave it as she wanted.


Unnecessarily causing a rift
between family members only
makes relationships strained. If
you've made your recommen-
dations and they were shot
down, take what was given to
you and go on your way.
Remember it was a gift.
Dear Molly:
My mother is very over-
bearing and tells me what to do
all of the time. I'm 52 years-
old and this is becoming a prob-
lem. She won't speak to me
when I don't do things her
way-she plays the silent treat-
ment card. Weeks will go by
before she will initiate any con-
tact.
Frustrated sont

Dear Frustrated:
You must come to the con-
clusion your mother is behav-
ing in a narcissistic way. I
would think telling her straight-


forward unless she begins
respecting you for the man you
are, you will curtail any contact
that isn't absolutely necessary.
Try understanding any rea-
son this could be, but don't
make excuses. She's a grown
woman and you're a grown
man; it can be and should be
worked out.
If you have questions for
Molly, don't hesitate to contact
her at Ask Molly, The Santa
Rosa Press Gazette Elva
Street, Milton, FL 32570 or
email her at news@sr-pg.com,
attn: Molly.


Advice by Molly
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Lifestyles


News for vets...



From Ole Chief
Hello Veterans! retired pay payments to their
Hope you all had a nice members also. Due to changes
Thanksgiving. Here is a little in leadership at the Public
information you might find Health Service (PHS) no action
useful. DFAS is trying to get has been taken to date to make
caught up with all the retroac- retroactive payments to the lim-
tive retired pay. Hope everyone ited number of qualifying PHS
gets what they are entitled to. If officers by that office. There
you have questions regarding were as of October 1, 2006,
your CRDP or CRSC, call approximately 140,A000 retirees
DFAS at 800-321-1080 and lis- due money from the uniformed
ten for the correct prompt. services, VA or both.
CRSC/CRDP status update: VA and Social Security
Paid Veterans Defense benefits will receive a 3.3 % on
Finance and Accounting December 1. and the standard
Service (DFAS) is currently Medicare deduction (SMIB)
paying retirees retroactive will go to $93.50.
retired pay on a weekly basis to Your County Veterans'
retirees of the Army, Navy, Service Office in Milton and the
Marine Corps, Air Force, South Service Center are here
National Oceanic and to help vets and their families
Atmospheric Administration, file claims for benefits they may
and their respective Guard and be entitled to receive. (compen-
Reserve component retirees, if station, pension, death & burial
any, as a result of the passage of benefits, education, order DD-
Combat Related Special 214s online are just a few serv-
Compensation and Concurrent ices available.) 6491 Caroline
Retirement and Disability St, Ste 1, Milton 626-8724
Payment. Coast Guard is cur- South Service Center, Gulf
rently making retroactive Breeze 932-9508.


Lose 25 Pounds

by January 24th


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Baby of the


Week



Aiden Russell Gabel
Hi, I was born on June 20th at West Florida Hospital
and I'm five months old now. I am very happy and friend-
ly too. My mommy and daddy are Jamie and Ken! They
think I'm the greatest, and I am. My big sister is Alyssa.
My maternal grandparents are JoAnne and the late Gregory
Totten of Milton. My paternal grandparents are Kim
Douglas of Clovis, New Mexico, and Steve Gabel of Los
Crucez, New Mexico.


Diamond, Pennell

plan Dec. 16 wedding


Mr. and Mrs. James Earl
Diamond of Jay, FL announce
the engagement and forthcom-
ing marriage of their daughter,
Lauren Brooke, to David
Leonard Pennell, son of Mr.
and Mrs. John Doyle Atkins,
also of Jay. Lauren is a 2005
graduate of Jay High School.
She is currently a sopho-
more at University of West
Florida and plans to pursue her
bachelor's degree in Nursing.
David is a 2000 graduate of Jay
High School and a 2006 gradu-
ate of the University of West
Florida with a bachelor's
degree in Criminal Justice. The
wedding is planned for
December 16, 2006 at the Pace
Assembly of God Prayer
Chapel. All family and friends
are invited to attend.


David Leonard Pennell
Lauren Brooke Diamond.


and;


Amanda Michelle Worley and Michael Chad Broughton were joined
in matrimony on Oct. 6.

Worley, Broughton wed


Amanda Michelle Worley
and Michael Chad Broughton
were married October 6, 2006
at Sun City ChristianCenter in
Sun City, Florida.
Amanda is the daughter of
Chris and Jonie Worley from
Riverview, Florida. She is a
2001 graduate of East Bay High
School in Riverview. She is a
Title Processor and also an
Administrative Assistant.
Chad is the son of Mike and
Susan Broughton, Milton. He
also graduated from Okaloosa
Walton Community College
with honors from the Police
'Academy. Chad is employed by
the Sharp County Sheriff's
Department as a Corrections
officer. He is also employed as
an electrician for Lin Rogers
Electric Company.


Maid of Honor was Robin
Simmons, Tampa, FL with
Dorothy Nowling from
Gibsonton, FL serving as
bridesmaid. Dalani Nowling,
also of Gibsonton, was the
flower girl for her Godmother,
the bride.
Bestman was Scott Ryan
from Marlborough, NH. Eric
Martin from Lithia, FL, cousin
of the groom, assisted as a
groomsmen. Shawn Worley,
brother of the bride and Jeffrey
Martin, cousin of the groom,
were ushers.
The groom's uncles, Bruce
DuBois and Brad Hays, both of
Ruskin, FL, officiated the cere-
mony.
After a wedding trip the
couple relocated to Cave City,
Arkansas.


But, will their service be anything to write home about?

At United Bank we are committed to providing
the best service possible.

Why is it that the bigger a bank gets, the more
its customers seem to dwindle in importance?


ji Herad


Member I-DIC ...


After all, somebody has to pay for all those
stock buyouts. And customers will do it with
higher service fees and lower returns. Maybe
that's why more and more customers are
splitting their own banks and coming to us. All
because we've made you our priority for over
100 years-which is good news any way you
look at it.


United Bank |L
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1-800-423-7026 ubankal.com ubank.fl.com


Karen Leigh Cox and Col. James Bryan Mackey will unite in marraige
on April 21 in Milton.
(Submitted photo)

Karen Cox, James Mackey

announce plans to unite


Mr. and Mrs. Woodfin D.
Cox, of Milton, are pleased to
announce the engagement of
their daughter, Karen Leigh
Cox, to Lieutenant Colonel
James Bryan Mackey. Bryan is
the son of James and Carol
Mackey of Leeds, Alabama and
Joann and Jerry Wiemers of
Madison, Alabama.
Karen is a graduate of Pace
High School, the University of
West Florida, and the Florida
Institute of Ultrasound. She
earned her master's degree from
the University of Oklahoma.
Karen is an Ultrasound
Supervisor at Fort Walton


Beach Medical Center in Fort
Walton Beach, Florida.
Bryan is a graduate of
Gardendale High School,
Birmingham Southern College
and Florida State University. He
earned a master's degree from
the Air Force Institute of
Technology. Bryan is the
Operations Officer for the 46th
Weather Squadron at Eglin
AFB in Fort Walton Beach,
Florida.
The couple will exchange
vows on April 21, 2007 at First
United Methodist Church of
Milton.
(Submitted article)


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Storybook Parade


The Kindergarten Classes at Rhodes enjoy dressing-up for the Annual
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Third Grade
Isaac Bailey
Elijah Blackamore
Annabeth Briggs
Kel Credeur
Kyle DeLauretis
Sarah DeMond
Shenette Embrey
Devonte' Graf-Jones
Jadarius Hill
Justin Larson
Alexis Lawson
Chandler Mapoles
Lynsday McCarty
Olivia McLaughlin
Angel Penfield
Katelynn Powers
Keeley Ryan
Chance Shell
Chase Shell
Austin Smith
Kayla Sweeney
- Benjamin Thames
Hannah Temple
Karlyn Waters
"A-B" Honor Roll
Third Grade
Sean Barker
Lyndsay McCarty
Ashleigh Barney
Nathaniel Palmsteen
Luke Crum
Sean Powers
Brianne Cserepes
Caitlyn Reynolds
Cruz Delgado
Alexander Robey
Kobi Floyd
Cody Robinson
Marisa Guillory
Bella Rivera
Emilee Hamilton
Makaela Sandlin
Hank Hard
Austin Smith
Virgil Irwin
Kayla Sweeney
Adrianna Ivey
Hannah Temple
Jonathan Jackson
Jessica Thames
Louis Jackson
Alexis Thorpe
David Kra
Kristen Treadaway
Kyle Levins
Rebecca Wagstaff
David Long
Vinnie Whiteman
Keoni Morrison
Quincy Wilson
Zachary Womack
"A" Honor Roll
Fourth Grade
Jordan Ardoin
Tyler Bemis
Andrew Blackmon
Dominique Craig
Abby Dekraai
Kaylee Ennis
Jayci Floyd
Taylor Ford
Antaya Jennings
Autumn Matthews
Kirsten Peaden
Tom Piscopo
Jonathan Pool
Molly Smith
Brady Snyder
Lexi Worrell
"A-B" Honor Roll
Fourth Grade
Everett Albert
Kyle Baumann
Sierra Armstrong
Dakotah Bays
Tyler Benton
Zoe Burt
Destiny Carrion
Lakendra Cook
Zachary Crum
James Davis
Whitney Dowell
Rebecca Dublin
Courtney Duncan
Skylark Fontaine
Toni Gray
Drayton Hale
Endevious Harrison
Nika Hill
Kizzy Hyman
Ashley Johnson
Kyle Kaniper
Haley Kent
Luke Leggett
Jake Leggett
Ximena Lopez
Mercedes Mallory
Cheyenne May


Gracey McDonald

Sarra Merritt
Hannah Morris
John Muok
Savanna New
Andres Nolan
Andrew Parrish
MaKensie Patterson
Matthew Predmore
Melisa Resto
Hunter Rogers
Malik Sam
Jenny Schmidt
Taylor Seals
Cheyanne Seaman
Brandi Sizemore
Arielle Slack
Chloe Smith
Andy Smith
Alexia Smith
Alijah Springer
Dezhyra Thomas
Jenna Wade
Shawna Wallace
Benjamin West
Victoria Willis


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Fifth Grade
Abigale Bak
Hannah Brake
Alyssa Bramwell
Kiah Beeman
Ian Briggs
Courtney Cale
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Danika Hamilton
Antaya Jennings
Cody Leggett
Zane Lowe
Chance Michener
Justin Osborne
Christopher Snyder
Tristain Turley
Hailey Wistner




"A-B" Honor Roll
Fifth Grade

Kristyn Bailey
Adrianna Harding
Randi Bass
Samuel Hill
Michael Bays
Andrea Hopson
Erin Bell
Keven Humphreys
Caylan Bentley
Karlie Jackson
Toni Boyd
Nick Kaplan
Joseph Cambron
Haley Kramer
Nick Cameron
Colton Mapoles
Summer Chavers
Samantha Moore
Taylor Cohorn
Alicia Morgan
David Coppedge
Jessica Pearson
Nick Dinwiddie
'David Pickard
Taylor Dreher
Jordan Pittman
Nisa Durden
Caleb Pough
Jacori Embrey
Taylor Pratt
Sarah Emmons-Hinote
Demetric Rambo
Kayla Estrada
Ashton Shell
Kendall Ferrier
McKinnis Spadoni
Skyler Fisher
Kayla Spencer
Amanda Fraser
Tiffany Thomas
Tomeka Gibbs
Brianna Walker
Taylor Gillis
Shelby Ward
Ke'aira Goldsmith
Desiree' Williams
Bradley Graham
Ethan Williams
Bobby Green
Nathaniel Williams
Ashton Griffin
Brianna Woods
Samantha Griffith


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Prime Time
With Obie


By OBIE CRAIN
PRIME Editor
Now that Thanksgiving is
over it's time to recuperate,
regroup, and make plans for
the Big One!
There's not a lot of actual
shopping days left before
Christmas Eve, and as busy as
most of us are, it will be a tight
fit to get everything that we
have to do squeezed into the
schedule. Somehow, though, I
feel that it will all get done. It
always does.
With the cool weather
we've been experiencing lately,
it's time we started thinking
seriously about the flu season.
I've had my shot, and I hope
you got yours. The flu can be a
menace, and in addition to all
the misery and inconvenience
it causes, itUis fatal for many.
So let me admonish you to be
careful and take all the precau-
tions that should be taken to
ward off the possibility of get-
ting it.
I was especially impressed
with the Veterans Day activities
here in Milton. We have a lot of
dedicated, civic minded citizens
who really are concerned and
care about the men and
women sent out to protect our
freedoms and assure us the
privilege of the simple things
that we too often take for grant-
ed.
And, the touching part of it
all is that afterward they don't
forget. They remain grateful
and show it. That's the side of
bur citizens I saw in recent
days with the unveiling of the
Purple Heart Monument and all
the other patriotic activity at the
Memorial. It reminds me of
when I was a kid and didn't
know. it was merely fashionable
to act and sound patriotic. We
really experienced it. And it
was that emotion that I sensed
prevailing during those
Veterans Day activities. It was
another wonderful time in my
life.
As I get older, but not nec-
essarily wiser, I am more
acutely aware of my friends.
Over the years I've met a great
many people, and I like to say,
made a great many friends. But
friends are more that just peo-
ple you've met. They are more
than just acquaintances. They
are people who are there for
you when everything is not
rosy, when you need compan-
ionship that you can't get from
simple acquaintances. I know
who mine are, and I hope you
have some special ones that
you will be spending some time
with this holiday season.
Of course there will be a lot
to eat in the coming weeks,
and weight gain will be a prob-
lem that we'll have to face. But
I've discovered that it'd not so
much of what you eat, as to
how much of it you put away!
Experienced chefs say
calories don't count when por-
tion sizes are controlled. Let
me suggest that you monitor
your portion sizes when you
eat, and watch out for the calo-
rie-filled holiday snacks.
There's another thing I
want to impress on my friends,
and that is the importance of
Direct Deposit of your Social
Security benefits. There is so
much scamming going around
these days that I'm afraid
someone may trip up and
make a mistake, giving away
vital information that might
compromise your position.
And experience has proven
it to be true that people who
get Social Security payments
are 30 times more likely to
have a problem with a check
than with Direct Deposit.
With that said, I'll simply
bid you all adieu, and caution
you to be careful and safe.
Happy Holiday!


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In the neighborhood of 10%


Residential electric bills going up!


By OBIE RAIN
PRIME Editor

Effective January 1, 2007
area electric bills will increase
by approximately 10 percent.
Earlier this month the five-
member Florida Public Service
Commission held its annual fuel
hearing to consider evidence
regarding fuel and purchased


power costs, including coal and
natural gas, of Florida's
.investor-owned electric utilities,
which includes Gulf Power
Company in Pensacola.
As a result of testimony
regarding its projected fuel and
purchased power costs for
2007, The Commissioners
approved an increase in the.
residential fuel charge of 3.959


Over $92 million

just waiting to be

claimed by owners


CROCK POT USE NOT NEW OR NOVEL-Mrs. Sue Wilson, for-
mer Harold postmistress and the wife of a former county com-
missioner, still remembers the value of time in a busy day's
activity. Admittedly, she does not use the crock pot as much as
she used to, but knows what a valuable kitchen appliance it is.
With all the delicious new recipes circulating now, she says
she might just get in the habit of using it more often. Even in
retirement, time is valuable, and sometimes there is still not
enough of it to go around, comfortably! (Photo by Oble Crain.)

It comes in mighty handy!

Crock pot cooking gaining

popularity among workers

who don't have much time
When it comes to pure efficiency, convenience, .and delicious
food, there's nothing like crock pot cooking. A slow cooker (also
called a Crock-Potr) is a great thing for those who like wholesome
home cooking, but don't want to (or can't) spend a lot of time
preparing elaborate meals.
With crock'pot cooking, all you have to do is load it up with
meat, vegetables, and other ingredients (there are scores of slow
cooker recipes) in the morning, before you go to work. Then just
turn your slow cooker on and go about your business for the day.
The key to a crock pot is that it cooks slowly, at a low tempera-
ture, all day long. So by the time you're home from work, your meal
is fully cooked and ready to enjoy whenever you want it!
Crock pot cooking delivers all kinds of advantages to any
household. It doesn't heat up the kitchen because it cooks at a very
low temperature (usually from 170 degrees F. to 280 degrees F.)
Consequently, it doesn't use up a lot of expensive electrical energy,
and it can save you money in other very important ways as well.
Cooking with a slow cooker enables you to use less expensive
meats or vegetables. Cooked over such a long period, meats
become tender, juicer, and shrink less than they would if cooked on
the stove top or in the over.
Also, it's safe enough to be on all day without any cause fdr
concern.
Convenience and money saving aside, crock pot cooking is
truly a healthier alternative, too. And it's not simply because it
means you'll eat home cooking more and fast food less. Compared
to other forms of in-home cooking, crock pot cooking is better for
other reasons.
Cooking at a lower temperature in a covered pot helps food
retain critical vitamins and nutrients.'Boil or fry you food and you
lose most of these nutrients.
Under cover, steaming, and cooked slow and long, crock pot
cooking is safer because it destroys more food bacteria, too.
Crock pot cooking is also lower in fat than other cooking alter-
natives because there's no need to fry food in grease or oil, and
there's no need to add butter. In a crock pot, the food cooks in its
own delicious juices, and the result is tender, flavorful, mouth-water-
ing, and healthy.
The crock pot or slow cooker is one of the best time saving
appliances in the kitchen. It's great for beginning cooks because all
you have to do is fill it and turn it on. Hours later, you come home to
a house filled with wonderful smells and dinner ready for the table.
And it's not only beginning cooks that benefit from the tool.
Bachelors, male widowers, and even family men who assist with
family food preparation can find it beneficial. The crock pot is truly
a wonderful kitchen appliance.
There are unlimited recipes that can be developed into mean-
ingful and delicious meals anywhere recipes are available, in cook
books, food advertising, and on the internet. For some, the crook
pot is something new, while for other it has been around for ages.
During the holidays while you're shopping with your friends is
an excellent time to use the crock pot to save time. Plan your
evening meal ahead of time and have fun with your Christmas
shopping or whatever you may be doing.
Crock pots, as tools, are relatively inexpensive, with prices
ranging from the $15 level. Of course if you adventurous and want
the top of the line, you can find something to fit your taste for per-
haps $500.00. You can find one in any department or retail chain
store, or a used one in a flea market!
If you're a crock pot user, you will understand. If you are just
now beginning to get acquainted with the apparatus, you're smart.
Good luck!


Anaverage refund of $963
is waiting for 95,746 taxpayers
whose refund checks have
been returned to the Internal
Revenue Service as undeliver-
able.
The checks, worth.a total of
$92.2 million, can be claimed as
soon as their owners update
their addresses wilh the IRS. In
some cases, a taxpayer has
more than one check waiting.
"Every year, many taxpay-
ers miss their refunds because
they move without notifying the
IRS or Postal Service of a
change ,of address," IRS
-Commissioner Mark W.
Everson said. "For those miss-
ing their check, the IRS is mak-
ing it easier than ever for tax-
payers to update their informa-
tion and claim ,their.refunds."
Taxpayers can use the
"Where's My Refund?" feature
on the home pagb of the
IRS.gov, Web site to learn the
status of their refunds. To use it,
a taxpayer must enter a Social
Security number, filing status
(such as single or married filing
jointly) and the refund amount
shown on the taxpayer's 2005
tax return. When the informa-
tion is submitted, "Where's My
Refund?" will display the status
of a refund and, in some cases,
provide instructions on how to
resolve potential account
issues.
Taxpayers can access a
telephone version of "Where's
My Refund?" by calling 1-800-
829-1954.

How to Update an Address
with the IRS

Refund checks can go
astray for a variety of reasons.
Sometimes a life change results
in a change of address. When a
taxpayer moves or changes
address and fails to notify the
IRS or the U.S. Postal Service,
a check sent to the taxpayer's
last known address is returned
to the IRS.
"Where's My Refund?" now
has an online mailing address
update feature for taxpayers
whose refund checks were
returned to IRS. If an undeliver-
able check was originally issued
within the past 12 months, the
taxpayer will be prompted
online to provide an updated
mailing address.
The address update feature
is only available to taxpayers
using the Web version of
"Where's My Refund?"
Taxpayers with undelivered
refund checks who access
"Where's My Refund?" by
phone will receive instructions
on next steps. Individuals
whose refunds were not
returned to IRS as undeliver-
able cannot update their mailing
addresses through the "Where's
My Refund?" service.
A taxpayer can also ensure
the IRS has his or her correct
address by filing Form 8822,
Change of Address. Download
the form from IRS.gov or
request it by calling 1-800-TAX-
FORM (1-800-829-3676).
Those who do not have
access to the Internet and think
they may be missing a refund
should first check their records


or contact their tax preparer,
then call the IRS toll-free assis-
tance line at 1-800-829-1040 to
update their address.

Direct Deposit Can Put an
End to Lost Refunds

To put an end to undeliv-
ered refunds, taxpayers can
take advantage of Direct
Deposit. Taxpayers who choose
this service receive their
refunds directly into a personal
checking or savings account.
Direct Deposit, which also
guards against theft or lost
refund checks, is available for
filers of both paper, and elec-
tronic returns.

Keep warm, but
be very careful
If you are going to use an
electric healer . .
Be sure the heater is an
approved appliance and has
been tested by Underwriters
Laboratories..
Do not put heaters where
people walk. Keep the heater 3
feet from combustible material
such as draperies or furniture.
Teach children to avoid the
heater. The surface of some,
heaters can exceed 500
degrees F.
And last, but not least, do
not leave a heater on when no
one is at home or when you are
asleep.


per kwh- for Gulf Power. The
commission's review considers'
what Gulf Power paid for fuel of
all kinds this year and projected.
costs for next year.
Based on the new fuel'
charges, the total monthly elec-?
tric bill for residential customers
using 1,000 kwh will be 101.87,
up from it's current price of
$92.34.
According to the commis-'
sioners, the fuel charge wilf
appear on customers' bills sep-
arate from other charges'.
Utilities are allowed to recover
only the prudent costs of
procuring fuel and purchased
power necessary. to meet the
customer demand. The utility
company is not allowed to make
a profit on fuel purchases.
The commission review is
an annual study wherein it
adjusts electricity prices t&
reflect the cost of what it takes
to produce the power..
News of the increase is mit-
igated by the fact that it could ba
worse. "Just like many other
businesses, our prices have
been impacted by rising fuei
costs," said Gulf Power
spokesman John Hutchinsorr.'
"The good news is our cuss
tomers will still pay the lowest
electricity-prices of all the majdr
utilities in Florida." 2
The price of coaj has
jumped significantly this year,
and it is significant to note that
the company will spend millions
more for coal that it will recover
from customers, according to
Hutchinson.
Gulf Power has the electric
franchise for the Florid
Panhandle territory west of the
Apalachicola River.
Here is how Gulf Power's
per 1,000 kwh rate of $101.8
measures up to other electriO
companies in the state: Florido
Power & Light Company,
$103.51; Progress Energy
Florida, Inc.: $110.34; and
Tampa Electric Company,
$114.54.
For some this slight
increase will be absorbed rathei-
easily. For some, however, it will
be a slight burden if not a down-
right hardship.


OSKAR'S CORNER

And you are welcome to it!
By Oscar Davis .

It seems that November brings in the nippy weather, and the
thoughts of the holidays begin to creep in as well. We get our first
frost, as a rule, and that brings back a few great memories.
I think about the time when I would get into Jay just before day-
break. I had to have Mr. Joyner his bread to go out on his rolling
stores, and they would be on the road by daylight.
On a frosty morning the smell of bacon frying and coffee brew-
ing would make me so hungry I just couldn't wait til I could get to the
Bake Shop cafe and get my breakfast.
There would be a lot of "old timers" there drinking coffee and
solving all the world's problems. Ike should have been there. His job
would have been a lot easier. Anything that didn't get solved therp
would be taken care of at the Exchange Grill in Milton.
I was there because I had to be. I couldn't understand why
those old codgers weren't home in bed. Somehow I seem to under-
stand it all better now.
In today's world Thanksgiving and Christmas are about the only
times our families get together since Sunday afternoon visiting fejl
by the wayside.
We look forward to this time for the visitation and great food,
which most all goes to waist!
Then there is another side when you reach our age. There will '
be someone missing, and this is a hard spot to have to face. This i's
all the more reason we need to let our love ones know now that we
love them. And it is not always the oldest ones. I'm sure we all can
relate to this. Robbie was only 46, and it's going to be hard for us.
But let's look at all we have to be thankful for. That special per-
son would want us to do that.
From our family to yours, we wish you the best Thanksgiving
ever.


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Check out those 'Charities' before you give;

you may not be getting your 'heart's' worth!


Florida Agriculture and
Consumer Services
Commissioner Charles H..
Bronson is reminding people to
check out charities before
donating as the holiday season
approaches. Consumers should
take time to investigate how a
charity spends its money so
they know their donations are
being spent prudently. The holi-
day season kicks off one of the
busiest times of the year for
charitable organizations, many
collecting about half their annu-
al donations between
Thanksgiving and New Year's
Day.
'The number of charities
and professional solicitors locat-
ed or doing business in Florida
continues to rise every year,
with more than 11,600 regis-
tered with the Department in
2006," Bronson said. "With so
many organizations vying for
consumers' money, it's impor-
tant that consumers make sure
a charity is following the law and
is benefiting those in need."
Florida law requires most
charities to register with the
Department and provide finan-
qial information about income
and expenditures. Charities
must disclose how much they
have raised, how much is spent
on administrative costs includ-
ing salaries, how much goes
toward fundraising and the
amount that actually is spent on
the charitable purpose. The


By the

Numbers...

Don't mistake AMT for the
name of the teller machine at
your bank. You'll be sorry!

EDWARD M. ROUSE, CPA
edward@timwheatcpa.com


United States Supreme Court
has ruled that federal and state
governments cannot dictate
how much a charity spends on,
the actual charitable purpose.
However, the Department's
Division of Consumer Services
.makes available to the public
the financial information so con-
sumers can make educated
decisions about where to con-
tribute.
"People can find out
whether a charity is properly
registered or properly exempt
from registration, and they can
also get a lot of information
about how a registered charity
does business," Bronson said.
Bronson provided the, fol-
lowing tips to consider when
deciding whether to donate to
an organization:
'Don't judge an organiza-
tion based on an impressive-
sounding name. Find out what it
actually does.
'Be wary of emotional
appeals and organizations that
have only vague plans for
spending the funds they collect.
'Never give cash. Write a
check payable only to an organ-
ization-not an individual.
"Be wary of organizations
that offer to send a "runner" to


Edward Rouse


AMT is lurking nearby. Huh! The alternative minimum tax, also
known as AMT, has been around for a long time but it is probably
the least understood tax that affects individuals on a regular basis.
Yes sir that is right all individuals are actually subject to two income
tax calculations regular and AMT.
Most of us common folk know that in the first calculation you
:add up all your taxable income. From that figure you subtract the
:allowed adjustments to income. Then subtract the deduction for
:dependents, and the standard deduction or itemized deductions.
,The result is your taxable income. Taxable income is matched to the
:tax tables to determine your income tax liability. Then this tax liabil-
:ity maybe reduced by a few credits, leaving you with your final tax
'bill.
* But there is more, each year more and more taxpayers are sub-
ject to the second tax calculation, the alternative minimum tax. This
tax was intended to ensure that higher income taxpayers (those wily
rascals), who may have lots of deductions and exemptions, pay
'some "minimum" income tax. Individuals who are subject to this tax
will file Form 6251 Alternative Minimum Tax as part of their fed-
-eral 1040 income tax return. The calculated tax is added to the reg-
*ilar income tax to determine the total tax due. Boss I am-getting a
bad feeling.
Yeah, I hear you. Keep your eye on the pea under the shell.
'The calculation for AMT starts with the same taxable income figure
-that is used to determine the regular tax. Eliminating some of'the
deductions allowed for regular income tax purposes modifies this
figure. Deductions eliminated include some of the itemized deduc-
tions, dependent deductions, qualified dividends and capital gains
income. Itemized deductions disallowed include: state and local tax
'payments, any miscellaneous itemized deductions and part of any
,allowable medical expenses. In addition to adding back some of the
itemized deductions, the $3,200 deduction allowed for each per-
.sonal exemption is also excluded when determining the alternative
minimum taxable income. However an exemption amount is permit-
ted, based on your filing status and that is then subtracted from AMT
-taxable income. The remaining figure is multiplied by either 25% or
-28%, depending on your total income, to arrive at the alternative
*minimum tax.
This AMT tax figure is then compared to your regular tax liabili-
ty. If it is lower, you pay this tax amount. If it is higher, the difference
between the two figures becomes your alternative minimum tax that
,gets added to your regular tax liability to determine the total income
tax due. In effect, the higher AMT becomes your tax liability. You
always pay the higher of the two tax calculations. How do like that
,deal?
" For years, there has been talk of eliminating this tax as the
'effects of inflation subject increasing numbers of taxpayers to AMT.
'Remember that AMT tax planning is complicated so if you want to
Z.void this snare hurry on down to your tax professional before year
lend and now that you have been to school on AMT when some
,politician tells you that they are opposed to the "flat tax" you tell
,them we already have one called AMT.
(This article is for general information purposes only, and
'is not intended to provide professional tax advice. To deter-
'mine how this or any other tax information may apply to your


pick up your donation.
Reputable charities are willing
to wait for your contribution.
'Consumers have the right
to ask for an organization's
financial report and its federal
tax identification number, the
latter of which you'll need to
claim your contribution as a tax
deduction.
'Do not donate over the
phone.
'Ask the' organization to
send you written information
about its activities.
'If an organization is not
registered, contact the
Department.
Up-to-date information on
charities is available by visiting
the Division of Consumer
Services web site at
www.800helpfla.com and click-
ing on Gift Givers' Guide in the
left-hand column. Consumers
can obtain the same informa-
tion by calling the Consumer
Hotline at 1-800-HELPFLA (1-
800-435-7352) or 1-800-FL-
AYUDA (1-800-352-9832) for
Spanish-speaking consumers.
People who have additional
questions about charitable
organizations or want to report
an unregistered charity should
call the Department's hotline.


A few days ago Jo Anne
Barnhart, Commissioner of
Social Security, and Patrick
O'Carroll, Jr., Inspector General
of Social Security, issued a
warning about a new e-mail
scam that has surfaced recent-
ly.
The Agency has received
several reports of an email
message being circulated with
the subject "Cost-of-Living for
2007 update" and purporting to
be from the Social Security
Administration.
The message provides
information about the 3.3 per-
cent benefit increase for 2007
and contains the following
"NOTE: We now need you to
update your personal informa-
tion. If this is not completed by
November 11, 2006, we will be
forced to suspend your account
indefinitely." The reader is then
directed to a website designed
to look like Social Security's
Internet website.
"I am outraged that some-
one would target an unsuspect-
ing public in this manner," said
Commissioner Barnhart. "I have
asked the Inspector General to


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IS THIS FAMILIAR, OR WHAT!-This sight has been around a long, long time in Santa Rosa County.
"Mrs. Bass" at the counter of Kwik Burger, (also known as Bass's)...shuckin' beans. It seemed only right
this precious piece of Milton's persona be captured in a photograph doing what she has done nearly every
day since anyone can remember... The restaurant is located on the corner of Stewart St. and Elva St. and
any given day of the week, regulars will be found milling around, waiting for a previous diner to get out of
the way-to get some of the those beans.
(Press Gazette photo by Lynne Hough)


use all the resources at his
command to find and prosecute
whoever is perpetrating this
fraud."
Once directed to the phony
website, the individual is asked
to register for a password and to
confirm their identity by provid-
ing personal information such
as the individual's Social
Security number, bank account
information and credit card
information.
Inspector General O'Carroll
recommends people always
take precautions when giving
out personal information. "You
should never provide your
Social Security number or other
personal information over the
Internet or by telephone unless
you are extremely confident of
the source to whom you are
providing the information,"
O'Carroll said.
To report receipt of this
email message or other suspi-
cious activity to Social
Security's Office of Inspector
General, please call the OIG
Hotline at 1-800-269-0271. (If
you are deaf or hard of hearing,
call the OIG TTY number at 1-


The holiday season will be with us
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETINGS
All Board of County Commissioner Meetings and other county department
meetings are held at the County Administrative Center, Commissioner's Board
Room, 6495 Caroline Street, Milton, Florida, unless otherwise indicated;
Marine Advisory December 5 5:00 p.m.
SRC Housing Coalition December 6 1:30 p.m.
6051 Old Bagdad'Hwy., Milton
Conference Room
Commission Committee December 11 9:00 a.m.
Navarre Architectural Advisory Board December 12 3:00 p.m.
Navarre Community Center-
NWFL Legislative Delegation Meeting December 12 5:30 p.m.
NWFL Legislative Delegation Meeting December 12 7:00 p.m.
Holley Navarre Middle School Library
SHIP Partnership Advisory Committee December 13 3:00 p.m.
Building Code Board of Adjustments December 13 3:00 p.m.
6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton
Conference Room
Aviation Advisory December 13 5:00 p.m.
Commission Regular December 14 9:00 a.m.
Fife Protection Board of Adjustment and Appeals December 14 4:00 p.m.
6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton
Conference Room
Zoning Board of Adjustments December 14 5:30 p.m.
Local Planning Board December 14 Cancelled
'Long Term Recovery Organization December 19 3:00 p.m.
6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton
Media Room
"Emergency Services Advisory Committee December 20 Cancelled
'Library Advisory December 21 Cancelled
.Utility Board December 25 Cancelled
,Bagdad Historical Architectural Advisory Board December 27 Cantelled
6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton
P & Z Conference Room
Parks and Recreation December 27 Cancelled g
Agendas and minutes are also available at www co santa-rosa fl us T
All meetings held in the Board Room can be viewed live and/or replayed at this M
web site by selecting the meeting from the main page.


Miss Jay Pageant winners include as follows, L to R: Jessica Johnson, Hannah Greene, Aria-Marie Youngblood, Karissa McCaskill, and Brittany.>.:'
Haveard.
(Submitted photo)


Ana-Marie Youngblood is Miss Jay 2007


The 32nd annual Miss Jay
Pageant was held on October
28th at the Jay High School
Auditorium. Ana-Marie
Youngblood was crowned 2007
Miss Jay. Ana is the daughter of
Lance and Mandy Youngblood
and is a sophomore at Jay High
School. Ana received a


$1,000.00 scholarship to' the was senior, Brittany Haveard;


college or university of her
choice. First runner-up was
sophomore, Karissa McCaskill.
Karissa received a $300.00
scholarship to the college or
university of her choice.
Second runner-up was senior,
Hannah Green; third runner-up


and fourth runner-up was sen-
ior, Jessica Johnson. Miss
Congeniality was awarded to
senior. Crystal Polk.
Congratulations to all the girls.
The 2007 Miss Jay Pageant
was sponsored by FRIENDS, a
community organization in Jay.


Community Briefs


Republican Club
to meet December 5
The Republican Club of
Santa Rosa County will hold its
monthly meeting and Dutch
Treat Dinner at Cocodrie's,
8649 Gulf Blvd. Navarre
Beach, FL 32566 at 6:30 p.m.
on Tuesday, December 5.
The speaker is Santa Rosa
County Commissioner Gordon
Goodin. This meeting is open to
the public. For additional infor-
mation, contact Morgan Lamb,
President, at (850) 939 2409 or
Email morganlamb @bell-
south.net

Aging. Services needs.
heaters and blankets
Santa Rosa Aging Services
is requesting donations of
heaters and blankets for our
seniors in need this winter. You
can drop off your donations at
6568 Caroline Street, Suite 101,
Milton, FL 32570 or you can
call 626-0573 to arrange for. a
pick up. The temperature is
dropping fast so please help out.
and keep our seniors warm this
year.

Lenscrafters offering
free glasses to needy
United Way of Florida stat-
ed that Lenscrafters will be
sponsoring a community day on
December 5th. Anyone who
needs new glasses and has a
financial need can go to any
Lenscrafters (nationwide) that
day, bring their prescription and
a.letter from a non-profit organ-
ization with the organization's
tax ID# on it and get their pre-


...GARAG~Ei SALES


3 FAMILY GARAGE SALE
Sat. Dec. 2nd
8am until ? Get your
Christmas shopping
done! DO NOT
MISS THIS! Elmos,
toys jewelry, etc.
5953 Jameson Circle
(North Harbor)
3 FAMILY YARD SALE
Sat. 12-2, 8 am to ?.
6468 Open Rose Dr.
(behind Six Flags
shopping center
in Milton)
CLEANING OUT
the attic sale
Fri. & Sat., 8-4
3901 Deerwood Cir-
cle. Western shirts,
car seats, glass-
ware, books, bedroll,
knapsacks, and lots
more. Come see.
ESTATE SALE
Sat. Dec. 2nd. 8 am -
2 pm. 5324 Hamilton
Bridge Road
Piano, furniture,
hospital bed, little
rascal, washer,
tools, kitchen &
household items.
YARD SALE
5531 Holley Street
in Milton
Exercise equipment,
knick-knacks, lots of
Christmas, clothes,
furniture & tools.
Fri. & Sat. ,Dec.
1st & 2nd


MULI-FAMILY YARD SALE
December 2nd
6518 Arlingwood Dr.
Christmas, kitchen,
baby, clothes, toys
& more. 8a.m.-lp.m.
RELAY FOR LIFE
YARD SALE
at Hickory Hammock
Baptist Church Pavillion
Sat. Dec. 2nd
7 am until ?
2 FAMILY YARD SALE
Fri. & Sat. 7am-until ?
6324 Matador St.
Clothes, kids sizes 6-
8, adult clothes medi-
um & up. Christmas
stuff, some new
items, tools
Nascar collectables,
& other misc. things.
YARD SALE Sat.
12/2, 7 am to noon.
5625 Trevino Dr.
Household items
and indoor jacuzzi
whirlpool brand tub.
GARAGE SALE
Fri. 8am until 2pm
4153 Ward Basin
Road (south of 110)
Any & everything you
can think of at good
prices. In back yard.

GARAGE SALE
Sat. December 2nd
7a.m. till ? -Lots of
Christmas gifts,
toys, & knick knacks
5487 ChantillyCircle


HUGE SALE- Holt
Sat. 4416 Main St.
Lots of furniture,
antiques, Christmas
decor., and lots of
100 items. Gates
open 8 a.m. to 3p.m.
GARAGE SALE
Sat. December 2nd
7a.m. to 12 noon
6325 Wisteria Dr.
(off Dogwood)
Furniture and
quality items at
bargain prices
YARD SALE
Sat. Dec. 2nd-7 am.
8585 Hickory
Hammock Rd.
Christmas items,
furniture, household
items and much more.
Everything must go.
Call 564-4050.
GARAGE SALE
Dec. 2nd 8:30
to 12:30 6125
Arnie's Way Milton.
Nativity set, 9 ft. pre
lit tree, decorations,
household goods,
and clothes.
YARD SALE
Sat. Dec. 2nd &
Sun. Dec. 3rd
8 am til ?
4258 Bell Lane.
4 family yard sale,
some antiques,
fishing, household,
& much misc.


scription filled for free.

Public warned of new
Internet email scam
Jo Anne Barnhart,
Commissioner of Social
Security, and Patrick O'Carroll,
Jr., Inspector General of Social
Security, issued a ,warning
today about a new email scam
that has surfaced recently.
The Agency has received
several reports of an email mes-
sage being circulated with the
subject "Cost-of-Living for
2007 update" and purporting to
be from the Social Security
Administration. The message
, provides 'information about the
3.3 percent benefit increase for
2007 and contains the follow-
ing "NOTE: We now need you
to update your personal infor-
mation. If this is not completed
by November 11, 2006, we will


be forced to suspend your
account indefinitely." The read-
er is then directed to a website
designed fo look like Social
Security's Internet website.
"I am outraged that some-
one would target an unsuspect-
ing public in this manner," said.
Commissioner Barnhart. "I
have asked the Inspector
General to use all the resources
at his command to find and
prosecute whoever is perpetrat-
ing this fraud."
Once directed to the phony
website, the individual is asked
to register for a password and to
confirm their identity by pro-
viding personal information
such as the individual's Social
Security number, bank account
information and credit card
information.
Inspector General
O'Carroll, recommends people


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Public Notice

Pursuant to Florida Statutes 197.3632 (3)(a),
Santa Rosa County gives this notice that it
intends to utilize the uniform method of collect-
ing non-ad valorem assessments. Such assess-
ments may be made in any portion of Santa Rosa
County and may be utilized for road paving or
construction, road impact construction, storm
water improvements, fire protection, sanitary
sewer construction, portable water, canal mainte-
nance, street lighting, fire hydrant installation, or
"any other purpose authorized by law. A public
hearing to adopt a resolution authorizing the uni-
form method of collecting non-ad valorem assess-
ments will be held on December 14, 2006, at 9:30
a.m., in the Santa Rosa County Administrative
Center, Commissioners Meeting Room. 6495
Caroline Street, Milton, Florida.


FRIENDS has been the proud
sponsor of the Miss Jay Pageant
since 1992. All proceeds from
the, pageant are used for schol-
arships for deserving Jay High
School seniors and for various
community needs.

(Submitted article)




always take precautions when
giving out personal informa-,
tion. "You should never provide
your Social SecuriI\ number or
other personal information over
the Internet or by telephone
unless you are extremely confi-
dent of the source to whom you
are providing the information,"
O'Carroll said.
To report receipt of this
email message or other suspi-
cious activity to Social
Security's Office of Inspector
General, please call the OIG
Hotline at 1-800-269-0271. (If
you are deaf or hard of hearing,
call the OIG TTY number at 1-
866-501-2101). A Public Fraud
Reporting form is also available
online at OIG's website
www.socialsecurity.gov/oig.

Weight loss technique
is topic of seminar
Lap Band and Other
Weight-Loss Surgery Techni-
ques are the topic of a seminar
on Dec. 14
Dr. Jeffrey L. Lord, a spe-
cialist in laparoscopic weight
loss surgery, will present
"Weight Loss Surgery: Is It
Right for You?" on Thursday,
Dec. 14, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at
the Sacred Heart. Hospital
Conference Center in
Pensacola.
Dr. Lord and the Institute
for Surgical Weight Loss can
perform two types of weight
loss surgery that use small inci-
sions. The first is laparoscopic
gastric bypass surgery, which
involves a permanent rerouting
of the digestive system that
leaves patients with a small
stomach pouch. The second,
newer approach performed at
Sadcred Heart is adjustable gas-
tric banding. Using a laparo-
scope, the surgeon places an
inflatable band around the
stomach, creating a small upper
pouch at the top, with restricted
passage to the rest of the stom-
ach. This pouch fills quickly-
and creates a feeling of fullness.
To make a reservation for
the seminar or for more infor-
mation, call (850) 416-1628.

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I The Santa, Rosa Press Gazette








Warlnaedav-Nnvemher 29. 2006l


I The Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Le~yals


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF;THE FIRST JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Case Number 57-2006-
CP-384
IN RE: Estate of
PETER DeBAUN,
Deceased.
NO ICE TO CREDITORS
Th administration of the
Estate. of Peter DeBaun,
Deceased, File Number
57-2006-CP-384, is pend-
ing'in the Circuit Court for
SarIta Rosa County,
Flotida, .the address of
which is Santa Rosa
County Courthouse, 6865
Caroline Street, Suite N,
A T T N :
Prqbate/Guardianship/Juv
enile, Milton, Florida
32570. The names and
addresses of the Personal
Representative and the
Personal Representative's
attorneys are set forth
belbw.
All'creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
having claims or demands
against decedent's estate,
including unmatured, con-


tingent or unliquidated
claims, on whom a copy of
this notice is served must
file their claims with this
Court WITHIN THE LATER
OF THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR
THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All. other creditors of the
decedent and persons hav-
ing claims or demands
against the decedent's
estate, including unma-
tured, contingent or unliqui-
dated claims must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS'
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIOD SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER
THE DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first pubil-


cation of this Notice is
November 22, 2006.
ATTORNEY FOR PER-
SONAL REPRESENTA-
TIVE:
/S/ Harry B. Stackhouse
HARRY B. STACKHOUSE,
FL Bar #243639
CLARK, PARTINGTON,
HART, LARRY, BOND &
STACKHOUSE
Suite 800, 125 West
Romana Street
Post Office Drawer 13010
Pensacola, Florida 32591-
3010
*Telephone: (850) 434-9200
A0175110
PERSONAL REPRESEN-
TATIVE:
/S/ Laura D. Stevens
LAURA STEVENS
Post Office Box 88
Cooperstown, New York
13326
112206
112906
11/9256

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO.: 2006-CP-385


IN RE: ESTATE OF
DAVID W. ANGLE, SR.,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of DAVID W.
ANGLE, SR., deceased,
with the case number indi-
cated above, is pending In
the Circuit Court for Santa
Rosa County, Florida,
Probate Division, the
address of which Is 6865
S.W. Caroline Street,
Milton, Florida 32570. The
name and address of the
personal representative
and of the personal repre-
sentative's attorney are set
forth below.
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
having claims or demands
against the decedent's
estate, including unma-
tured, contingent or unliqui-
dated claims, on whom a
copy of this notice is served
must file their claims with
this court WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30
DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY
.OF THIS NOTICE ON


THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other per-
sons having claims or
demands against the dece-
dent's estate, Including
unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
Date of the first publication
'of this notice: November
22, 2006.
RONALD L. NELSON
Florida Bar Number
280194
Attorney for Personal
Representative
517 East Government
Street
Pensacola, Florida 32502
Telephone (850) 434-1700
Personal Representative:
JUNE M. ANGLE
535-1/2 Corday Street
Pensacola, Florida 32503
112206
112906


1192Z7

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FIRST, JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
JUVENILE DIVISION
CASE NUMBER 05-DP-
212
IN THE INTEREST OF:
D.W.,
10/07/1993
J.M.JR.
08/19/1997
L.M.
07/23/1999
MINOR CHILDREN
TO: Jerome Harris,
Putative Father of D.W., a
minor child
address and where-
abouts unknown
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 D.W., a female
child born on the 7th day of
October, 1993, in
Escamoia, County Florida,
py ir.o Deparimert of
Children and Family


Services, for subsequent
adoption, and you are
hereby commanded to be
and appear before the
Honorable Marcli 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 21st day of
December, 2006, at 2:00
p.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 TERMINA-
TION OF PARENTAL
RIGHTS AND YOU SHALL
PERMANENTLY LOSE
-ALL LEGAL RIGHTS AS A
PARENT TO THE CHILD
NAMED IN THE PETITION
FOR TERMINATION OF
PARENTAL RIGHTS.
WITNESS my habd as the
Clerk of said Court and the
Seal thereof, this 14th day
of November, 2006.
CLERK OF COURT
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,


FLORIDA
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: M M Smith
Deputy Clerk
112206
112906
120606
121306
11/32

PACE SELF STORAGE
Auction. 4964 Highway 90-
Suite A, Pace, FL 32571.
Units 67, John Castieberry;
146/147, Deborah Zepp;
167, Michael Magana; 187,
James Martin; 241,
Jonathan Floyd; 261,
Henry Hilliard. December
7, 2006 at 8:30 a.m. sharp.
112506
112906
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NAVARRE BEACH
AD MINISTRATIO N
BUILDING RENOVATION

The Board of' County
Commissioners of. Santa
Rosa County, Florida will.
receive sealed bids from
qualified '. licensed
Contractors for the renova-


tion of the Navarre Beach
Administration Building
until 10:00 A.M. on January,
9, 2007 at which time bids
will be opened and read
aloud. This work Includes
all earthwork, grading,
paving, demolition, repairs
and renovations to a 2070
s.f. office building and Inci-
dentals as- shown on the
project plans and by the
Project Manual. Bids
received after this time will
be rejected and returned
unopened to me Do.dOr All
interested parties -are inn-
ed to attend.
Questions concerning this
project should be directed
to Bruce Neu at (850) 484-
6011.
Project documents, includ-
Ing drawings and specifica-
tions relative thereto may
be Inspected at the Dodge
Plan Room at 700 South
Pace Boulevard,
Pensacola, Florida; Santa
Rosa County Procurement
Department, 6495 Caroline
Street, Milton, Florida; and
the Santa Rosa County
Engineering Department,
6051 Old Bagdad Highway,
Suite 300, Milton, Florida.
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Sports


Milton soccer team
to hold fund raisers
The Milton Boys' Soccer
team is selling pecan smoked
Boston Butts.
These will weigh
between five to eight pounds
and will cost $25 each.
This is a teriffic idea to
help with your upcoming
holiday cooking.
For more information
you can contact Jennifer at
623-1036.
Milton city basketball
rexg1 1tBi Underway
The City of Milton is hold-
ing basketball registration at the
Milton Community Center
S Monday through Friday from 8
a.m. to 8 p.m.
The. Milton Communit1
Center is located on the corner
of Byrom and Sanders streets
next to W.H. Rhodes.
Elementary School.
Registration is open to bo) s
and girls in grades kindergarten
to 8th grade.
Registration will continue
until Dec. 1 or the teams are
full,'whichever comes first.
For more infoinmation call
John Norton at 983-5466.
East Milton set to
start soccer progi am
East Milton Youth
Association will start registra-
tion for their new youth soccer
program on Jan. 13 from 9 a.m.
to 2 p.m.
2 Registration will be held
every Saturday until Feb. 17.
Fees for the program are $-15
for Li6 ico-ed), $50 for U8bo: s
and U8 girls, $55 for U10 bo', .
and U10 girls, $60 for UI12
boys and U12 girls, and $65 for
U14 and up boys and girls.
Registration fees include a
complete uniform (shirt, short,..
and socks.
Parents need to bring the
"childs birth certificate at the
time of registration.
For more information con-
tact soccer director Art
Czerwien at 994-8510.
East Milton to start
baseball registrations
East Milton Youth
'Association will hold its base-
ball and softball registration in
December for the upcoming
-season.
Registration will be every
'Saturday, except Christmas
weekend, from 10 a.m. to 3
p.m. and 'on Saturday and
'Sunday in January.
Divisions will be T-ball,
*youth baseball, and girls soft-
ball.
Parents will need to bring
*their child's birth certificate to
registration.
Fees this year will be $65 for
the first child and $60 for each
additional child.
For more information con-
tact Scott Embree at 485-7775
or Dan Melvin at 525-9395.


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Thorpe ready for Derby weekend


C Area drivers face the challenge of NASCAR GS

drivers Foyt and Stremme in Snowflake Derby
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By BILL GAMBLING,
PG Sporty Editor
The list of dniiers has taken
a ne\\ t\\ist not onl) in the
Snowball Derby, but also in the
Snowflake Derby on the preced-
ing Saturday at Five Flags
Speedway."
Joining the list of drivers
besides, area racers such as
Keith English, Keith Thorpe,
and Lorenzo Benton is NEX-
TEL Cup driver David Stremme
and A.J. Foyt, IV, who is the
grandson of four-time Indy 500
champion A.J. Foyt and a mem-
ber of the Evernham
Motorsports Driver
Development program.


Thorpe, who finished sec-
ond in the Pro Late Model
points at Five Flags, spent the
Saturday before Thanksgiving
testing his car.
"We had a real good test,"
said Thorpe, who missed mak-
ing the Snowball Derby Field
last year. "But the Snowflake is
getting just as competitive as
the Snowball Derby is.
"Some of the drivers com-
ing in for the Snowball Derby
are looking to run the
Snowflake as well."
Some of those ,names
include Jack Landis and former
Snow'ball Derby Champion
Ricky Turner.


The difference for Thorpe is
the level of experience and
number of cautions he could
encounter.
"It seems like the
Snowflake has several more
cautions than the Snowball
Derby," said Thorpe. "That
allowed some of the more veter-
an drivers at the track to run the
entire race on one set of tires.
"I have a feeling we could
be in for a sin-ilar race again this
\ear."
Also attracting a great deal
of attention is the Snow'ball
Derby, which had 78 entries as
of press time.
Some of the names hoping.


to make this \ ear's Derb. field
are Buckshot Jones, the 1998
Busch Series Most Popular
Driver, Joey Clanton, who has
raced in,, the Busch and
Craftsman Truck Series, Charlie
Menard, the cousin on NEX-
TEL Cup and Busch Series
Driver Paul Nlenard. defending
Snow ball- Derb3 Champion
Eddie Mercer. along % ith past
champions like Bobb\ Gill,
Rick\ Turner. Gar\ St Amant,
Ste\e Wallace, and several tal-


ented Super Late Model
Drivers.
Prior to this weekend there
will be several area drivers
competing such as Chris Cotto
and Gary Sutton in the super
stock race, Billy. Coppel and
J.C. Flowers in the sportsman
event, and John Etheridge in the
bomber division.
A complete schedule !of
events for this years Snowball,
Derby can be found on Page
2C..


Tate takes

fin al Week



of contest
Overall season

C lU/fl)IL on decided by
' a sin.Ihl football game


Pace's Tre Daniels is seen as he is chased down by a pack of Tallahassee Trojan defenders in Friday's game at Cox Stadium in Tallahassee.
Pace saw their season come to a close as the Trojans won 31-30 in what was a back and forth affair for the right to advance to the Class 4A
Final Four.
SPhoto courtsey of David Floyd



Patriot march ends 31-30


0 Pace can't hold on to third quarter lead at Lincoln


By KEN BARNES
PG Sports Correspondent
I TALLAHASSEE
Disappointment .etched the
faces of Pace Patriot players as
the final few seconds ticked off
the scoreboard clock at Gene
Cox Stadium.
It was a bitter pill- to swal-
low for the Patriots, who fin-
ished the season at 9-4; not that
they couldn't deal with defeat
itself but how the game came
tumbling down..
Lincoln's Trojans tallied
late in the second half at the
expense of Pace miscues to
walk away with a 31-30 nail
biter in the Regional
Championship.
Missed opportunities were
in the mix for Pace's taking, but
it just wasn't to be on Friday
night.
The loss, however, didn't
take away from the great year
the Patriots enjoyed but simply
put a pause in a program that
consistently exhibits success
and resilience each year that
rolls around.
At one point Pace enjoyed a
30-17 lead, but Lincoln took
advantage of the time they had
the ball in the third quarter.
With 1:27 left in the third


quarter the 1
Trojans were
able to stage a .
score atnd
essentially I
give them-
selves a
chance to n in
the game.
Started r,.
from its ok". wi
20, Lincoln
needed onl)
seven plays to Lindsey
arrive at the Patriots 13.
Junior running back B.J.
Daniels, who finished the game
with five carries for 67 yards,
found the end zone with 13 sec-
onds remaining in the third
quarter.
On the very next possession
Pace was faced with a critical
fourth-and-three situation from
the Lincoln 30.
Aaron Munoz took the snap
and rolled out to his right on a
quarterback keeper, but he
missed the first down marker by
a yard.
Pace's defense appeared to
rise to the occasion after the
offense had turned the ball over
on downs. On a critical third
down the Patriots denied
Lincoln a first down, but were


Pace (9-4) 7 13 10 0-30
Lincoln (9-3) 0 17 7 7-31
First Quarter
P Tre Daniels 1 run IEric
Martinez kick) 3:33
Second Qaurter
L B.I, Daniels 1I run (Shane
\\ aner kick), 11.5 3
L Blaze Collins 12 run l(\Vanei
.kick). 11:25
P Tre Daniels I run IMartinez
k;cki 5:20
P Vance Smith 6 pass from
Rile\ Ha\\kins lick failed. :2"
L -Warner 25 FG, .00
Third Quarter
P Martinez 27 FC, 5.23
P Chris Cooke 1 run iMartinez
kick) 3 00
L B.1 Daniels 13 run (Warner
kick), 13
Fourth Quarter
L DaShaun Barnes 21 pas.
Ir:irn B.) Daniels War ner kicki
4:11
penalized for 12 men on the
field.
As time was dwindling
down Lincoln had the ball on
the Pace 20 and Daniels looked
to be hemmed in by the
defense, but he found a waiting
DaShawn Barnes in the end
zone with 4:11 left to tie the
game at 30-30.


The all-important extra
point was a little further than
expected as Barnes was flagged
for excessive celebration after
the touchdown.
But it. didn't matter, as
Shane Warner was good from
28 yards out'to give the Trojans
a 31-30 lead.
Pace wasn't about to give
up, but ran out of downs on
their own 49 as they tried to get
into field goal range for. Eric
Martinez, who had missed an
extra point earlier in the second
quarter.
Pace jumpstarted the scor-
ing and took a 7-0 lead after a
shanked Lincoln punt that came
to rest on the Trojan 29.
Tre' Daniels, who gained
35 yards on 12 carries, capped
off the five play drive as he
busted in from two yards out off
tackle.
Lincoln tied the game at 7-
7 by utilizing big plays through
the air and on the ground with
B.J. Daniels capping the drive
with a 17 yard run.
Pace gift-wrapped a score
for Lincoln on the first play
from scrimmage on the ensuing
kick off as Riley Hawkins got
the ball stripped from his hands
See, PACE, Pg. 2C


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sporit Edii,:',
It has been a long, long sea-
son but the Press Gazette
Football Contest has drawn to a
dramatic close in many ways
this past holiday ,.-eekend.
The weeklN prize once
again came down to the
tiebreaker v. ith Paul C TLte and
Jimmie Hood ftni.bing the
\ weekend at 9-1.
Tale takes the $25 prize, as
lie %Jas the closest to the final
score of the Kentucky and
Tennessee mrialr on Saturday.
Tate predicted a total of 36
points., v.hile Hood expected a
high scornng affair at 51 points.
When all \%as clear on
Rock\ Top the total points
betVeen the Wildcats and the
Vo lunteers

point,,.
A nd jn
the o ra ll
season con-
test it came
down to the
final v.eek as
Mike Bodds

season with a
record i ol 5-
35 or -1.1- Bodd,
percent.
His margin of victory was
eight-tenths of a percent or in
easier terms to understand a
single game.
"I used a little bit of a sys-
tem to picking my games," said
Boddy, whose worse week was
a 5-5 effort in week eight. "I
would look at the total points
scored this season, points given
up, and in conference games.
"So I guess you can say that
I did a little bit of research."
Gary Upshaw is probably
having nightmares about the
Georgia and Georgia Tech foot-
ball game as that is what kept
these two from remaining tied
at the end of the contest.
Upshaw went 7-3 this week
and finished overall with a
record of 94-36.
Boddy, who is a Gator fan,
is somewhat understanding
about the style points talk
involving this year's BCS.
"I am rooting for UCLA
this weekend," said Boddy.
"But it wouldn't surprise me if
it came down to a rematch
between Ohio StaEte and
Michigan.
"''The year Florida won their
national title came in a rematch
against Florida Sate."
Turnout this weekend was a
little light due to the holiday
See, CONTEST, Pg. 2C


I







The Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Wednesday, November 29, 2006


Pace

Continued From Page One
at the Patriot 26. After a pass
interference call against Pace,
the Trojans were able to take
the lead after Blaze Collins
scored from 13 yards out.
Now trailing 14-7, Caleb
Morrow recovered a loose
Trojan ball at the Lincoln 31 to
put the Patriots in excellent
field position.
Again it was Tre' Daniel
burrowing in from 1 yard out at
the 5:20 mark to make it 14-14.
'With the first half amount-
ing to a seesaw affair, Pace took-
the lead on a nifty eight-play
drive starting at the Patriot 43;
Aaron Munoz's toss to
Drew Cumberland, which cov-
ered 17 yards,.was the key play
in the drive.
From Lincoln's .6, Pace
snookered the Trojans on a
handoff from Munoz to
Hawkins who' lofted a soft pass
to a wide-open Vance Smith in
the Trojan end zone.
Eric Martinez, who rarely
misses, was errant on the point
after. '
Lincoln would close the
first half scoring on a solid four-
play drive that covered 58 yards
with less than a minute show-
ing.
Warner drilled a 25-yard
field goal as time expired to
make the score 20-17 in favor
of Pace heading into the locker
rooms at halftime.
The Patriots came out of the
locker room n-, go up 23-17 on a
Martinez 27 yard field goal.


Contest

Continued From Page One
with only 36 players this week.
Mick Tate, Dawn Young,
Frank Mason, Jeremy Brown,
Boddy, J. Scott Terry, Letha
McCaskill, LynRae Johnson,
Michael Jaquish, and Don
Musgrave finishing at 8-2.
At 7-3 on the final week were
Bryan Hathaway,' Carol
Daughter, Rusty Jones, R.D.
Williams, Larry Gibson, Dustin
Luther, M lartha Chavers,
Dewayne Queen, Glenn Chavers,
F.C. Brake, Jr., Mayhew Brake,
Keith Kirchharr, Shawn Hill, Paul
Hinson, Walter Stames, Joseph
McDonald, Ronald Taylor,
.Upshaw, Burdette Miller, and


Snowball Derby Week Schedule


Pace quarterback Aaron Munoz is seen scrambling away from the
Trojans' defensive run on. Friday. The Patriots finished one win away
from making the Final Four in Class 4A for the second consecutive
year.


Munoz's pass to Hawkins
on third down that covered 18
yards kept the Patriot, offense
going as they extended their
lead to six points.
On Lincoln's next posses-
sion, Matt Parlato pounced on a
Trojan fumble on the kickoff to
put Pace back in business at the
Lincoln 21.
In four plays, Pace had the
pigskin resting on the Trojan 1.
That is when senior Chris'
Cooke blasted his way in to,
give Pace a 30-17 lead, but it
later proed not to be enough
for the Pamots to move on.


Henrn L. Swift.
Martin Brake checked in at 6-
4, while .Barbara Moravek,
Douglas Filbert, and Bema Faust
checked in at 5-5. .
Now that the regular football
season is over that doesn't mean
football fans can rest.
The, Press Gazette is getting
ready for the Second Press
Gazene-Wing- on the Go Wild
Bo%\l Contest.
As.soon,as this year's bo\\l
season match-ups are set, \ e \\ ill
print all.32 bowl games and to win
the big prize you have to pick the
most winners correctly.
So start doing your research,
as the bowl match up will be


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Photo courtsey of David Floyd
Airi Johnson led Pace
ground attack with 76 yards on
15 carries.
Drew Cumberland added
49 yards on the ground.
Through the air Munoz
completed 9-of 14 passes for 93
yards with Ha\\kins accounting
for 32 of those on three recep-
tions.
Tre' Daniels and Tyler
Bousson were given credit for
23 and 19 of those 3 ards respec-


Ken Batriin. Reach Ibum or
sports @" siple ssgazelle cam


announced next week here in the
Press Ga:erte.
'On a different note in the foot-
ball contest for Saturda. No\. IS,
the Press Gazeuh mistakenly
recorded the record of a player.


Nov. 29
Free Admission
9 a.m. Pits open
11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tech Open
5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Third annual
Green Flag Party

Nov. 30
8 a.m. Pits open
9 a.m. Drivers meeting, tech
opens
10 a.m. to noon Late Model
Practice
Noon to 12;30 p.m. Lunch
12:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. Late
Model Practice
5 p.m. to 6 p.m. Sportsman
Qualifying (lock-in fastest 30),
Bomber Qualif',ing (lock-in
fastest 20), Sportsman B Main
(15 laps; 2 transfer), Bomber C
Main (10 laps; 2 transfer to B),
Bomber B Main (4 transfer to
feature)
8 p.m. Sportsman (75 laps),
Bomber (30 laps green)

Dec. 1
8 a.m. Pits open
9 a.m..- Drivers meeting..
10 a.m. Late Model Practice
11 a.m. Super Stock Practice
12:30 p.m. Late Model
Practice
2:30,p.m. Practice ends
3 p.m. Mini Sportsman
Practice, Super Stock
Qualifying (Lock in Fastest 30),
Snowball Derby cars to pre-
qualifying tech in order of draw
6 p.m. Snowball Derby
Qualifying (lock-in fastest 30)
7:45 p.m. Pre-race Festivities
8 p.m. Super Stock B Main
(15 laps; 2 transfer), Mini
Sportsman feature (.25 laps),
Super Stick feature (75 laps)


Instead, of the tie we, had
reported, Rusty Jones of Milton
was the winner with a record of 9-
1 and a tiebreaker score of 40.
The Press Gazeite apologizes
for this error .


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1:37 PM Moon rise 1:38 PM Moon rise 7:25 AM 0.78 Feet 1:37 PM Moon rise
4:46 PM Sun set 4:48 PM Sun set 9:42 AM 0.75 Feet 4:47 PM Sun set
8:14 PM 1.24 Feet -7:30 PM 1.03 Feet 1:37 PM Moon rise 9:10 PM 1.24 Feet
\ 4:46 PM Sun set.
Friday. December 1. 2006 Friday, December 1,.2006 5:53 PM 1.31 Feet Friday, December 1, 2006


2:40 AM Moon set
6:00 AM -0.08 Feet
6:27 AM Sun rise
2:10 PM Moon rise
4:46 PM Sun set .
8:10PM 1.60 Feet

Saturday, December 2, 2006
3:49 AM Moon set
6:28 AM Sun rise
6:53 AM -0.46 Feet
2:48 PM Moon rise
'4:46 PM Sun set
8:33 PM 1.89 Feet

Sunday, December 3, 2006
5:00 AM Moon set
6:28 AM Sun rise
7:49 AM -0.71 Feet
3:31 PM Moon rise
4:46 PM .Sun set
9:11 PM 2.07 Feet


2:41 AM Moon set
4:43 AM -0.06 Feet
6:28 AM Sun rise
2:12 PM Moon rise
4:48 PM Sun set,
7:26 PM 1.33 Feet

Saturday, December 2, 2006
3:50 AM Moon set
5:36 AM -0.38.Feet
6:29 AM Sun rise
2:49 PM Moon rise
4:48 PM Sun set
7:49 PM 1.57 Feet

Sunday, December 3, 2006
5:01 AM Moon set
6:30 AM Sun rise
6:32 AM -0.59 Feet
3:32 PM Moon rise
4:48 PM Sun set
8:27 PM 1.72 Feet


Friday, December 1, 2006
2:40 AM Moon set
3:38 AM 0.30 Feet
6:26 AM Sun rise
2:10 PM Moon rise
4:46 PM Sun set
5:25 PM 1.55 Feet

Saturday, December 2, 2006
3:48 AM Moon set
4:17 AM -0.06 Feet
.6:27 AM Sun rise
2:48 PM Moon rise
4:46 PM Sun set
5:37 PM 1.76 Feet

Sunday, December 3, 2006
4:59 AM Moon set
5:06 AM -0.35 Feet
6:28 AM Sun rise
3:31 PM Moon rise
4:46 PM Sun set
6:12 PM 1.88 Feet


2:41 AM Moon set
6:28 AM Sun rise
6:30 AM -0.08 Feet
2:11 PM Moon rise
4:47 PM Sun set
9:06 PM 1.60 Feet

Saturday, December 2, 2006
3:50 AM Moon set
6:28 AM Sun rise
7:23 AM -0.46 Feet
2:48 PM Moon rise
4:47 PM Sun set
9:29 PM 1.89 Feet

Sunday, December 3, 2006
5:00 AM Moon set
6:29 AM Sun rise
8:19 AM -0.71 Feet
3:31 PM Moon rise
4:47 PM Sun set
10:07 PM 2.07 Feet


Dec. 2
8 a.m. Pits open
9 a.m. Drivers meeting
9:30 a.m. Late Model
Practice
10:30 a.m. Modified Practice
11:15 a.m. Late Model
Practice
12:30 p.m. Modified Practice
1 p.m. Final Snowball only
practice; Snowflake cars to pre-
qualifying tech
2 p.m. Modified Qualifying
(lock 30), Snowflake Qualifying
(lock 30), Modified B Main (2
transfer; 15: laps), Snowflake
Qualifier #2 (15 laps; 3 trans-
fer), Modified Feature (75 laps),
Snowball Qualifier #1 (20 laps;
3 transfer), Snowball Qualifier
#2 (20 laps; 3 transfer).


7 p.m. Allen Turner .
Snowflake 100

Dec. 3
8 a.m. Pits open (team mern
bers only) .
9 a.m. Pits open, haulers
removed
10 a.m. -'Drivers meeting j
10:30 a.m. Worship services
Snowball cars to pre-race tech;
impound on pit lane
Noon Engine warm-ups, Cars
Move to Grid
1 p.m. Pre-race festivities
2 p.m. Start of 39th Annual
Snowball Derby

Note: Schedule is subiect to
change. For more information,-
call 944-8400.


I C o m u np t se


Monday Night
Winter Mixed
Oops Alley
November 13, 2006


High Game Men: Bruce Lee '-
263
High Game Women: Vicky
Pratton 192
High Game Team: Frank's Crew -
813
High Series' Men: Danny
Thompson 662
High Series Women: Vicky
Pratton 483
High Series Team: Damn 10 Pin
- 2234

League Overall Standings: 1.
Franks Crew 28-12, 2. Little
Leaguers 27.5-12.5, 3. Damn '10
Pin 27-13, 4. D.I.LL.I.G.A.S. 22-18,
5. Two and Two 21.5-18.5, 6. Red,
White, and Blue, 21.5-18.5, 7.
Incredibles 21-119, 8. Strike Zone
21-19, 9. 14 Pound: Balls 20-20,.,
10. Three Bums and Me 19-21,
11. Fun Bunch 18 5-21 5,. 12. The
Dominant Force 17-23, 13.
Francis's Fun Time Gang 16-24,
14. Late Comer 15.5-24.5, 15.
New Recruits 14-26, 16. Out of
Their Element 10.5-29.5.
Leauge Notes: Top four male aver-
ages belong to Frank Sasport Jr.
219, Danny Thompson 214,
Phillip Coleman 210, and Dan
Houser 198. Top four female a'.er-
ages belong to Sam Ho\\ell 158,
HeaneneLowe 157, Alice Burg
152. and. Lisa He.user 151.

Monday Night
Winter Mixed
Oops Alley
November 20, 2006

High Game Men: Frank Sasport
Jr. -276
High Game Women: Vicky
Pratton 199
High Game Team: Frank's Crew -
791
High Series Men: Frank Sasport
Jr. 705
High Series Women: Lisa Rigby -
525
High Series Team: Frank's Crew -
2247

League Overall Standings: 1.
Frank's Crew 30-14, 2. Damn 10
Pin 29-15, 3. Little Leaguers 27.5-
16.5, DI.L.L.I.G.A.S. 25-19, 5.
Strike Zone 24-20, 6 Francis's Fun
Time Gang 23-21, 7. Incredible
23-21, 8. Fun Bunch 22.5-21.5, 9.
Red, White, and Blue 22-22, 10.
14 Pound Balls 21-23, 11. Three
Bums and Me 21-23, 12. Two and
Two 19.5-24.5, 13. The Dominant
Force 19-25, 14. New Recruits 16-
28, 15. Late Comers 15-29, 16.
Out of Their Element 14.5-29.5
Leauge Notes: Top four male aver-
ages belong to Frank Sasport Jr.
221, Danny Thompson 213,
Phillip Coleman 212, and Dan
Houser 197. Top four female aver-
ages belong to Sam Howell 161,
Jeanette Lowe 156, Alice Burg
1,53, and Lisa Houser 150.

Monday Morning
Alley Cats
Oops Alley
November 20, 2006

High 'Game Women: Francis
Gordon 192
High Game Team: Fit For Life -
466
High Series Women: Francis
Gordon 483
High Series Team: Fit For Life -
1248

League Overall Standings: 1.
Back Alley Cats 32-12, 2. Scats
25.5-18.5, 3. Basket Gems 21.5-
22.5, 4. Fit For Life 20-24, 5. The
Three Angels 18.5-25.5, 6. Kit Cats
14.5-25.5.

Tuesday Night
Church League
Oops Alley


November 22, 2006

High Game Men: Mike
Sorensen 223
High Game Women: Alice Burg
-191 ,
High Game Team: PCC 623
High Series Men:. Mike Sorensen
-603
High Series Women: ,lice Burg-
530
High Series Team: PCC 1772

League Overall Standings: 1.
Cincos Locos 38-18, 2. Bulldogs
31-21, 3. Misfits 32.'-4 4. P.C.C.
31-25, 5. The Cheeseblurgerrs 30-
26, 6. The Chosen Ones 26-30,
7. Revelaors 25-31, 8. Crazy
Eights 23-33, 9. Spare Peaces 23-
33, The Bowling Stones 21-35.
League Notes: Jim Battles
received a USBC 200 award with
a 211 game and a 148 average.
Alice Burg received a 180 USBC
award and a 500 Series with a(i
average of 138.

Stonebrook Golf Club
Ladies Golf Association
Weekly Results
Ladies Day 54 Team Points
November 21, 2006

.First Place: Angie \\atsn ,
Audrey Bellanger, and Suzanne
Nazario,-7
Second Place: Vicki t. -c.luriia,
Jo Apple, and Karen Feliciano -28
Birdies: Angie Watson No. 3.;
Chip-ins: Suzanne Nadrani NNo.
3.

Gospel Projects Soccer
Final Season Standings


U-6 Standings
East
W L 1
Rockets 10 1
Turbos 9 1 3
Strikers 8 3
Talons 4 6
Bullets 3 9 (
West
W L 1
Tankers 9 2
Stallions 7 1 5
Fighters 3 10 (
Pilots 2 10 1
Choppers 0 12 1


U-8 Standings


Bears
Tigers
Pacers
Hawks
Falcons


Bombers
Eagles
Sharks
Heat
Knights -

U


Broncos
Turf Pilots
Chargers
Steelers



Argos
Patriots
Twisters
Raiders


East
W L
11 1
7 4
5 5
1 9
0 10
West
W L
13 0
6 5
6 6
6 7
3 10


Pts.
31
21
15
. 6
3

Pts.
34
16
15
15
7


J-10 Standings
East
W L T
10 0 0
9 2 0
4 5 0
1 10 0

West
W L T


U-13 Standings
East
W L T
Cobras 8 2 0
Lightning 5 4 0
Thunder 3 6 0
Stingers 1 8 0

West
W L T
Comets 9 0 0
Barracudas 6 ,3 0
Tarpons 4 5 0
Tornados 1 9 0


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WEDNESDAY

NOVEMBER 29, 2006


90 ANNOUNCEMENTS
92 AUCTIONS
94 MEETINGS
96 PERSONALS
98 TRAINING
EMPLOYMENT
102 DRIVERS
104 GENERAL HELP
106 HOME BASED
BUSINESS
108 HOTELMOTELS/
RESTAURANTS
110 LABOR
112 MANAGEMENT
114 MEDICAL
116 OFFICE WORK
118 PART TIME
120 PROFESSIONAL
122 RETAIL
124 SALES'
TELEMARKETING
126 SKILLS/TRADE
128 POSITIONS WANTED
GARAGE SALES -
STYLES SECTION-WED.
202 GARAGE SALES-SAT.
SERVICES
305 AUTO
310 BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
315 BUSINESS SERVICES
320 CHILD CARE
325 DOMESTIC
330 EQUIPMENT REPAIR
335 FINANCIAL SERVICES
340 HOME REPAIR
345 LAWN CARE
350 SENIOR CARE
355 SEWINGALTERATIONS
360 MISCELLANEOUS
SANTA ROSA
REAL ESTATE-RENT
402 APARTMENTS
404 COMMERCIAL
406 HOMES
408 LAND
410 MOBILE HOMES
412 ROOMS FOR RENT
414 ROOMMATES WANTED
416 VACATION/RESORT
SANTA ROSA
REAL ESTATE-SALE
502 APARTMENTS
504 COMMERCIAL
506 HOMES
508 INVESTMENTS
510 LAND
512 MOBILE HOMES
514 VACATION-RESORT
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 EQLIIPMENT
820 LUMBERHARDWARE
822 MUSICAL
INSTRUMENTS
824 OFFICE EQUIPMENT
826 SPORTING GOODS
828 ELECTRONIC
(STEREO'TV'VCR)
830 MISC.JSALE
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
922 OTHER


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Consignmenis,
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ilea market Call
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Send $8 00 10: Huc-
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Habana Ave Tam-
pa FL 33607
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"LAND AUCTION'
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Sold Low Down E-
Z Financing Free
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Waterfroni All will
sell ai Auctiorn Brok.-
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VanDeRe.z
Realiir Auctio :neer
94 iJ 488-1501))
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AUCTION- 208+/-
acres Divided Ex-
celleni Row Crop
Farm Saturday. De-
cember 2. 10:00)
a.m., Irwin Couniv
GA. Rowell Au:-
lions. Inc (8001323-
8388. GAL AU-
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er's premium
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6620 :x 16 In Coop-
eration with Laur:,
AuctIoneers Sale
sublecl io all terms
GIGANTIC 2-DAY
Auciton rNlovember
30m., December 151,
2006. Mvonrgomern,.
AL Single landerr
& ri-axle dumps.
Iruck Iraciors. IOw-
bovs. crawler load.
ers & Iraciors, exca-
v'alors. rrolior grad-
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backhoes rubber
iired loaders rigro 01
wa machines, drill.
ng EO, ClorklirlS
paving skidders lell-
er bunchers. 10o
loaders, farm irac-
lors J M Wood
Auciion C I'n,,
133-:1264-.32,65. Bry-
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#1137
LIQUIDATION~
AUCTION- 1 30+ -
acre*= Divided 17+
acres Leslie, GA
Salurdav December
2, 10am, Rowell
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semis van trailers,
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looIs, supplies and
more Delaids at
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PUBLIC AUCTION
Storage Faciliry
A public auction will
be held at Bagdad
M1nri Warehouse &
RV Slorage. Inc.
4065 Garcon Pontl
Road. Million. FL con
Friday December
15. 2006 at 1000
a m.. To sell the 101-

sealed bids ornl,
Highesi bicder will
be called ihai day,'
For more inlorma-
ion 'n1i bidding Call
ahead
I iBillie Davi! Lini
Size 10 x 20- Cl in--
ing. Jewelry he.:rl-I
Small sola bar
ios,,I. lamps. sier.:.
equipment,. looks
new trumpel in case
arid miscel ilems
Cash only Sales
la .\'iii .l e charge,
unless a la'' ,eale
cerilicale i. pro,. -.
ed at lime r ) sale
Bagdad 1Uir.i Ware-
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remo'.'e an',- uj nili
Irom ihe al1e.
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meni Greal Bene-
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Package Call Oak-
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DRIVER
DEDICATED RE-
G101 JAL Guaranr-
iced Horrne EVER.'
Wkenrd' '.g i725 -
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pa', 8. rIew equip-
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num Tran-.porn loi
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Drivers
DRIVER: YOU
WANT IT WE
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learns, owner opera-
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grads, regional,
dedicated, long
haul.
Van. flalbed. Must
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GUARANTEED
AL. GA & FL Di-.
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$1 7:i iSQi .:.n r .:n.ru
Earn Up to 39c 'mn,.
BCBS Ins, 50:. Pre-
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Locads
Must be at leasl 23
vrE old & 1 vr OTR
Flalted E.p
il..lJELT TiAM ]tFRT
Call Herb
1 -800-494-8471
'. ,,' PalriulTran c-:. in
EVERGREEN-
TRANSPORTA-
TION needs SE
with boih weekly
and weekend ornme
hlime. We oiler good
paV and tenehlis.
$1000 sign-on bo-
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leasi 2:3 and have a
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w' HAZMAT en-
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come by our terri-
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plus drop off
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Call: 850-626-8578


102
Drivers
OTR DRIVERS de-
serve more pay and
more homelimel
$ 48. m. 1 year ex-
perience More ex-
perience makes
more! Home week-
ends' Run cO.r Flori-
da Region! Hean-
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i800i414-4953
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WERE RAISING
pay for Florida re-
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Home during Ihe
week' Solid weekly
rliles' 95: nco
louch! Preplanned
ireighi' $43 per
rmile home Ir
mon'riey more'
Heartland Express
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www.hearilanride',-
press corn
104
General Help
AMERICA'S DRIV-
ING ACADEMY'
Sian r, your driving ca-
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courses in CDL A.
l1:w Tuilior lee'
Many pamrreni op-
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0210 inlo,''am-eri-
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AWESOME FIRST
JOB" Kays riaiu-
ral 12 new hires
Over 18, Travel
USA' $5.00 sign-on'
Cash Daily' No Ex-
perernce lecessarv
Call Kay. oi.,ay
1800 1988-0.650,
187"-KAYC.REW,
16021421-3:015
BARISTA'S NEED-
ED! Help Wanied
CUPPY'S COFFEE
Pleaser- Call 995-
8665 or apply willri
DRIVER TRAINEES
NEEDED NOW!!!
Werner needJ. enryv-
le'.el semi dra'ers
HI,. e.-p required
A'.g 36:r.+ Ist vrr
ri-fine
rnighily weekly CDL
Iraining in your area
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104
General Help
EARN UP I o 550
WEEKLY Wo:rking
imrougr ihe g"overn-
meni PT No. Experi-
ence Call To-rdav"
18004088-2921 Ask
lor Depanrnreni
W21
HAIR STYLIST
needed b.ooi, rerl-
al parinCm- or lull-
iimne Woodirne R-d
Pace Call for appi

HELP WANTED,
carpenters helpers
warned 1-2 years ol
experience. mus.l
nave ira n-poriaionr
C a li 6 26l '9 '.8
HENDRY CORREC-
TIONAL I--STITU-
TI-N: inJ 11.11.l oKA-
LEE FL is RE-
CRUITIrjG FOR
CORRECTIONAL
OFFICERS i GRE-.T
PAY & STATE BEllJ-
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or Apply', on-line a-
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IVEY MECHANI-
CAL seeks plumrb
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journeyman & help-
ers DeFuniak
Springs I50 ,'892-
2765, Grace.lle
85701263-098'62 Flor-
ida City 13051246-
8411 & Moore Ha-
v*en 18631946-9166.
Compeiiir.'e
pay benei hs
AA'EEO
MAINTENANCE MAN
muct lknow how 10
palni minor plumb-
ing and :carpelnrv.
drywall experience
Must have ,owrn iO1"ol
and fra ni orna on
Appl\ in per .ron r,
Emeral Sandri,
623-3821
NEEDED ADULT
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looking for people
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benefit package:
2 retirement funds,
health insurance,
paid vacation,
convention trips &
many others.
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have on the job
training. Contact
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682-2775 or
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Interiors
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128
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310
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BORDER TO Bor-
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and repaired. Spe-,
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fencing,and wooden
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estimate (850) 623-
0493. Licensed & in-
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end loading. 'Debris
removal. Dan Fran-
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(850) 529-8718
Home (850) 623-
8697
DIRECT CAR
DETAILING
will come to your lo-
cation, dependable
& reasonable
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DIRT CHEEP
Cleaning Service.
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Homes, condos, ect.
Call 384-2388
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Clearing. Backhoe
Work. Licensed and
Insured. Bryen Bal-
lard. (850)994-5740
or (850)232-1581.
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$9.99/MONTH, in-
cludes design, host-
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850-525-0736
Emergency Repair
Service Available
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*Accept Credit
Cards
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LEBER'S PAINT
AND TRIM, LLC
Licensed & Insured
Call for Free Esti-
mate. Interior Paint-
ing, Trim .'Work,
Hardwood Floors,
Exterior Painting.
Phone:
,850-206-5370
LEO'S TAXI 995-
6055, affordable low
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*Driveways
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no job too small.
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994-0897.

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today! (850)723-
2550 or 623-6034
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placement.
995-0719
Cell: 637-5611
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French Doors Gas or Wood Fireplace
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Baths Sq. Ft. Price
Belelhaven I 1040 67,800
Chadwick 2 1149 70,900
Stratford 2 1257 78,400
Norwood 2 1341 83,00d
Mayfair 2 1418 83,900
Diplomat 2 1510 86,800
Hamplon 2 1525 88,100
Gemini 2 1579 90,600
Inglewood 2 1586 98,100
Ambassador 2 1610 91,200
York 2 1622 95,000
Oxford 2 1713 97,300
Lexinglon 2 1812 101,300
Lexington 4 BR 2 1812 101,700
Pinebrook (Signature Scries) 2 1833 116,600
Fleetwood 2 1949 108,400
Kingston (Signature Series) 2 2129 131,300
Executive 2 1/2 2215 126,300
Regency (Signature Series) 3 2495 155,000 o
2 Bedroom Duplex 2 (I each unit) 1740 117,600
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Jewelry & Gifts
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ROGERS' DOZER,
SERVICES, INC.
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and all tractor,
dozer and related
services.
Free Estimates.:
NO JOB TOO
SMALL!!
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cheaper but you
won't find better.
Call Billy Rogers:
850-957-4952 or
cell: 850-261-8407
SNH ENTERPRISES
Home Improve-
ments, Tractor
Work. Specializing
in vinyl siding, re-
modeling, barns,
porches, fences,
decks. 25+ yrs
experience.
Licensed /Insured.
Jeff Hill:
850-675-0422
Free estimates.
Attention Hunters:
Prefab/assembled
shooting houses.
Model-located at
west end of
Berryhill Rd.
Tractor work food
plots, bush hogging,
light dirt work.
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STUMP-EASE
STUMP GRINDING
Most removals $35
Discount for multiple
removals & Back-
yard accessible.
Local Contractor
Retired USN.
.Licensed & Insured
232-8746:
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5207 Dogwood-
Holmes Plaza Call
981-3942 X-box,
PS2, X-box 360
games, also buy vid-
eo games and
DVD's.. Hours Mon-
day- Friday 11 a.m.-
7 p.m. Saturday 10
a.m.- 6 p.m.
325
Domestic
DEPENDABLE
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Seeking additional
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years of experience!
References avail.
upon request.
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335
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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.
360'
Miscellaneous
ATTEND COLLEGE
ONLINE from Home.
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*Paralegal, *Com-
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ment assistance.
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om.
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required! *Excludes
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weekdays (800)462-
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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/1BA
CH & AC
New Carpet!
Water, Sewer, ,
Garbage Included.
$450. $450
Triplex-Deerborn &
Peachtree in Milton
1 block off Stewart
Drive by, then leave
message. (also
available 1BR $425.),
Call: 712-7513
FOR RENT
1Br/1Ba milton du-
plex 1 block west of
court house
$390/mo. 5189 San-
ta Rosa St.
SFOR RENT Small
efficiency furnished
apartment, all utilit-
ies included, nice,
quiet clean pace
Area, no pets
$500mo./$400 de-
posit. Call 995-1717
404
Commercial
FOR RENT
1i20 Sq. Commrrer-
,cial Bldg. 7153 Hwy.
90 East $967 per
mo. $500 deposit
Call 623-8575 or
791-2319
FOR RENT,
Commercial office
space. Recently re-
modeled 1650 sq.ft.
$ff ?rirmh off "'of
HW'Y 90 r, Pace,
723-0801
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

HOME
FOR RENT
Recently remodeled
3 bed/ 2 bath, 2,000
sq/ft, in Pace. school
district. Sitting on 4
acres of land, priva-
cy setting, fruit trees,
gazebo, also with.
Swhirlpool spa in
master bedroom.
$1,095/mo. and
&1,000 deposit.
House is located at
4417 S. Spencer-
field Rd. 776-2583


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$850

*3/1.5 home, 5705
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$850

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$850.


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623-0077

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today.
623-2120

FOR RENT,
3/BR 2/BA Holley By
Sea, Full recreation-
al benefas, hot-tub.
Pets ok, non-smok-
ing environment.
.$1300/rent
$1000/deposit.
360-672-5727
FOR RENT
3/Br house or mobile
home, water & gar-
bage furnished. No
Pets. $675/mo
$300'deposil
675-6614
FOR RENT In Milton
, New home 1800 sq
ft. 3/Br 2/Ba. Ridge-
crest area. 2 car ga-
rage.' $1050/mth
$1000/deposit.
723-0801
FOR RENT
In Pace, 3/Br on pri-
vate lake. 1 car ga-
rage with carport
and. large deck.
$1000/mth
$1000/deposit
994-1063
FOR RENT Milton,
2/BR 1/BA duplex.
635/635, no pets.
Woodward Ln. Call
995-4831.
FOR SALE/RENT
Plantation Woods
3/BR 2/BA. Pets ne-
gotiable, non-smok-,
ing environment.
$1000/rent
$1000/deposit.
360-672-5727
HOME FOR rent, 3
bedroom, 2 bath, N.
87 near Whiting
Field. $900/$450.
Call 232-9700.'
HOUSE FOR
LEASE/RENT
2/BR 1/BA W/D
connections. Pet de-
posit required. $550
rent/$600deposit
626-4266
HOUSE FOR sale,
fabricated, ,1900
sq/ft with 3 acres, 3
bedrooms, 2 full
bath with tile, living
room, dining room,
and family room all
have wood floors.
Beautiful landscap-
ing with sprinkler
system, fenced in,
also with water well.
Located on 89 N.
S$255,000. Call 623-
0660, leave a mes-
sage.
ONE BEDROOM
house in Bagdad.
Utilities furnished.
Quiet neighborhood
Good condition. Call
623-8415
RENTALS 2 to 3 BR
in Jay, Milton and
Pace. $400 to $650
per month. Call:
994-5703
408
Land
FOR RENT
2 or 3 bedroom, total
electric, dishwasher,
etc. Fenced in yard
on acre property.
626-8973
FOR SALE 2 beauti-
ful acres w/large
closed in barn, also
fenced in. Good lo-
cation, ready to build
on. $76,000, call
623-0660, leave a


message.
LAND FOR SALE
Refer to
Classification
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410
Mobile Homes
14X70 3/2 Pace
area 3701 Alvin Dr.
Total Electric. No
Pets. $625/$300.
994-7918
Bay Crest Realty
MOBILE HOME for
rent. Call 623-6055


410
Mobile Homes
2/BR 1/BA off Ava-
lon in Park.
Water/garbage fur-
nished $450/mth
$200/deposit. No
Pets. 994-7918
Baycrest Realty

2BD/2BA WEST
Milton, $525 a
month, $250 depos-
it. No Pets. Total
Electric. Baycrest
Realty. 994-7918
2BR/1BA MOBILE
home Lice Rd:, Mil-
ton Total Electric.
No pets. $500/$250
994-7918
Bay Crest Realty
2BR/2BA DOUBLE-
WIDE 5096 Ridge-
view Blvd. Total
Electric $725/$300.
No Pets. 994-7918
Bay Crest Realty
DOUBLEWIDE FOR
rent, total electric,
on corner lot. East-'
gate Mobile Home
Ranch. Call:
626-8973.
FOR RENT
2/Br 2/Ba garden
tub, dishwasher and
total electric. East
Gate Mobile Home
Ranch.
626-8973
FOR RENT
14'x60' 2/Br 2/Ba
CA/H Clean, quiet
and nice. Pace area.
995-1717
FOR RENT
East Milton nice cor--
ner lot ,14 by 70
3Br/2Ba. fenced
yard, big slore room,
water and garbage
included $600
mo./$300 deposit
Call 983-6529
FOR RENT
Total Electric 3/Br
2/Ba mobile home.:
East Gate Mobile
Home Ranch.
626-8973
MOBILE HOME
455mo./395 deposit
Quiet & clean 2/2 all
electric CH/A,' deck.
Includes water, gar-
bage and sewer.
.623-9902
MOBILE HOME
"spaces for rent, can
accommodate allV
sizes;, East Gate,
Mobile Home Ranch
626-8973
NICE, QUIET, clean
park. Rent includes
water, garbage,
lawn service. 3/Br
2/ba & 2/br 2/ba, no
pets. $475/mo.
2/br 2/ba for
$375/mth. 698-4582
Bruce Lane, Milton.

RENT,
2Br/2Ba mobile
home very nice w/
large lot in East Mil-
ton $650 mo. Call
623-5062 or 982-
0527
RENT
DOUBLE wide
1,848 sq. ft. 3Br/2Ba
very nice on large lot
East Milton $850
mo. Call 623-5062
or 982-0527
412
Rooms For Rent
ROOM FOR RENT
Willing to negotiate
some rent for house
keeping Call Duane
at 623-4339.
414
Roommates
Wanted
Furnished bedrooms
for rent in Milton
home. Refrigerator,
microwave, TV, Ca-
ble included. $100
$125 per week
449-4070
HOUSE MATE
wanted, stable,
working environ-
ment, convenient
Pace area, 3 bed, 2
bath, large house.
Kitchen, laundry,
cable TV. Call 380-
8834. Available


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FOR RENT
Good location in
Milton. Call:
623-5500
506
Homes
$0 DOWN 'HOMES
Gov't & Bank Fore-
closures! Low or no
down! No credit OKI -
Call Now' (800)749gr*.
2905.
DUPLEX FOR sale,
2 bedroom, 1 bath .
duplex, 6 lots, just.." ..
off of Avalon Blvd.
$130,000, Call
994-9391.
FOR RENT
3/Br 2/Ba brick
house in Pace-;-
Great location! New-,
carpet, tile and'
paint. All appliances
are included plus--;.'
washer/dryer. Call
for more info. .346-,
2806. "
FOR SALE
by owner
Open House Sat. &
Sun. 10am- 5pm.
Milton. 2/Br 1.Ba
corner lot like new.,
5552.Elm Street, ,
near Milton High ,
School. $89,000
259-9052 or
699-3698 -
PALM HARBOR
Factory Liquidation '
Sale 2006 models.
National Builder 0%
DOWN. when you'
own your land. Call
for FREE Brochures-,:
(800)622-2832.
510
Land
193+/- ACRE timberof
farm adjoining
Uwharrie National'
Forest Piedmont
NC-Merchantable -
timber, great views,
$3,000 per acre.,
Iron Horse Proper-;'
ties (800)997-2248.;
3.1 ACRES for.sale
$22,000 per acre:
Call 623-8448
5 ACRES fenced"
pasture for sale. .
Located off Munsonr
Hwy, Indian Ford
Rd. Close to Cold.
Water Creek.
$90,000 957-8784-:
or 554-5237
F N. la .1-350 Acres
30 Ac+/- low as:;
$6500/acre Only 4-
parcels Owner Fin
avail (800)294-2313
Ext 1285 A Bar
Sales Inc. 7 days
7am-7pm
FOR SALE water--
front lot, on Pond,
Creek Ln., in the
town of Milton. Call
626-5851.
LAND FOR RENT
Refer to
Classification
#408
NC GATED Lake-
front Community.
Pleasantly mild cli-
mate 1.5 acres, 90
miles of shoreline.
Never offered before
with 20% pre-devel-
opment discounts,
90% financing. Call
(800)709-5253.
512
Mobile Homes
1991 MOBILE home
for sale, 3 bed, 2 ,
bath, 515 J.D. Pea-
den Rd., in Milton,.
located on 5 acres.
of land, $120,000.
Call Sheila Trammel
with ERA Bill
Wallace Reality at'
623-5330,


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512
Mobile Homes

SECLUDED 6
ACRES NEof
!Milton 10 minutes
from Blackwater
SState Park.
Two 1999 Palm
Harbor modular
hdmes. 3BR/ 2BA,
front/back porch
on both, shop,
t storage, fully
stocked fish pond.
4 acres fenced
pasture beautiful
family homesite.
Must sell for
rbedical reasons
$300,000 for all
, Call:
(850) 957-8784 or
(850) 554-5237


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556
Homes
NORTH CAROLINA
Cool Mountain Air,
Views & Streams,
Homes, Cabins. &
Acreage. *FREE
BROCHURE
(800)642-5333. Re-
alty Of Murphy 317
Peachtree St. Mur-
phy, N.C. 28906.
Swww.realtyofmur-
phy.com.,
560
Land
1+ ACRE TN
HOMESITE 1.8
ACRES large lot
with nice view, level
building site on top.
Stone outcroppings
for natural landscap-
ing. Pond on the
east side. Close to
large state park. On-
ly $89,900! Call
(866)292-5769.


560
Land
12 ACRES/LAKE-
FRONT/$99,900
239 feet of US Corp
Frontage on beauti-
ful lake in Tennes-
see. Direct lake ac-
cess lot from
$12,900! Call
(866)950-5263 Ext.
1791.
120 ACRES North-
east Alabama pri-
vate lake frontage,
panoramic views,
abundant deer, tur-
key, good fishing,
good timber value,
excellent investment
$240,000 call Phillip
(256)239-7808.
23+ ACRES/ LAKE
ACCESS/ $124,900
Direct access to
beautiful lake in
Tennessee with
beautiful mountain
views Other lake
access lots from
$12,900 available
Call (866)950-5263
Ext. 1792.


560
Land
BEAUTIFUL N.
CAROLINA. ES-
CAPE THE HEAT IN
THE BEAUTIFUL
PEACEFUL MOUN-
TAINS OF WEST-
ERN NC Homes,
Cabins, Acreage &
INVESTMENTS.
CHEROKEE
MOUNTAIN GMAC
REAL ESTATE.
cherokeemountain-
realty.com Call for
free brochure
(800)841-5868.
COASTAL GEOR-
GIA- New, Pre-
Construction Golf
Community. Large
lots & condos w/
deepwater, marsh,
golf, nature views.
Gated, Golf, Fitness
Center, tennis,
Trails, Docks.
$70k's- $300k.
(877)266-7376
www.cooperspoint.c


560
Land
FOR SALE
Home and land 30
acres will divide min-
imum 4 acre tracks
$9,500/ acre 6165
Travis Rd. (Hwy.55)
Brewton, AL 251-
867-9155 or 623-
4750 or 261-8391
GA/FL PRE-CON-
STRUCTION Grand
Opening. 20 AC
$99,900. Pay NO
Closing Costs. Ter-
rific opp'ty to own 20
acres in GA. Coastal
region. New survey,
subdivision poten-
tial, excel financing
at the unbelievable
price of. $99,900,
CALL NOW!
(800)898-4409
X1002 CLP-GA
Land Services LLC.
Licensed Real Es-
tate Broker.
GULF FRONT lots
$595k. Homes start-
ing mid $300k. New
master planned
ocean front com-
munity on beautiful
Mustang Island,
near Corpus Christi,
TX. www.cinnamon-
shore.com,
(866)891-5163.
MAINE SPORTING
PARADISE! 500
ACRES only
$299,900. Hunters &
fishing enthusiasts
wanted! Private 500
acre parcel of land
ideal for hunting of-
fers access to crys-
tal clear troul & sal-
mon stream- unbe-
lievable -fishing.
NEW TO MARKET!
Great owner fidanc-
ing. Call L&S RIty,
(207)781-3343.
NO MOUNTAIN 7
acres on mountain
top, view, trees, wa-
terfall & large public
lake nearby, paved
private access, gat-
ed community,
$99,500 owner
(866)789-8535.


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NORTH CAROLI-
NA- BEAUTfFUL
BLUE RIDGE Moun-
tain Views. 3.2 Acre
Mountain Estate.
Heavily Wooded
with Stream. EZ Fi-
nancing- $29,900.
(800)230-6380,
ext.620.
TENNESSEE AF-
FORDABLE lake &
mountain properties.
Low property taxes.
No state income tax
Four seasons-
Southern hospitality.
For more info Call
Lakeside Realty
(888)291-5253
www.lakesiderealty-
tn.com.
VA MOUNTAINS
Large 5 acre tract
' along very large
trout stream with pri-
vate elevated home-
site, good access,
view, trees, nearby
river, $89,500
(866)789-8535.
WYOMING RANCH
DISPERSAL 35
acres 49,900; 50
acres $59,900.
Snow-capped moun-
tain views. Sur-
rounded by gov't'
land. Abundant wild-
life. Recreational
paradise. Low taxes.
EZ terms. Call Utah
Ranches, LLC.
(888)541-5263.




706
Livestock Supplies


HAY
FOR SALE,
Coastal Hay.
Peanut Hay also
available in rolls..
623-6769 or
336-2267


708
Pets
ADORABLE,
GOOD natured,
homeless kitties,
need good loving re-
sponsible families.
Call: 623-5128
FREE '
TO A GOOD,
LOVING HOME
A white & brown,
male Lab :mix, All
shots and very
smart. Needs a
fenced yard be-
cause he loves to
play. Call 623-6602
FREE TO GOOD
HOME Beautiful lyr.
old well behaved lab
and chow mix Great
neutered house dog
with shots 623-6-426


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 OR Stolen
red-nosed choco-
late pit, male, 12
wks old. In the vi-
cinity of Fox Run
and Gualt City Rd:
Reward for any info.
Call 983-3120 or
983-5852 or 313-
1013.

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


814
Furniture"
FOR SALE
86' couch and 70'1
loveseat Benchcraft,
choc. brown Bor-
deaux, micro -suede
1 1 2 yrs old Perfect
condition asking
$750 for both. A
must sell. 981-1923
or 450-4757.
818
Lawn Equipment
NEW CRAFTSMAN
grass catcher for 38"'
mower (rriodi- 4917-
248900). It is a 6
bushel, 2-bin soft
bagger. New at
Sears $329.00, ask-
ing $200.00. Call af-
ter 5pm ,8.0,i.23-
1856, ask for Ron
820
Lumber &
Hardware,
METAL ROOFING
SAVE $$$ Buy Di-
rect From Manufac-
turer. 20 colors in
stock with all Acces-
sories. Quick turn
around! Delivery'
Available (352)498-
0778 Toll Free
(888)393-0335.


822
Musical
Instruments
"CLASSICAL GUI-
TAR LESSONS-
Matt Cosgrove is
now accepting stu-
dents of all ages
from beginners to
advanced. Visit
www.cgstudio.us or
call 529-6034 or
995-1288"


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
STEEL BUILD-
INGS. Factory
Deals. Save $$$, 40
x 60' to 100 x 200'.
Ex: 50 x 100 x 12' =
$3.60/sq ft.
(800)658-2885. .
www.rigidbuilding.co.
,m.
WOLFF TANNING
BEDS Buy Direct
and Save! Full Body.
units from $22 a
month! FREE Color*
Catalog CALL TO-"
DAYI (800)842-1305-
www.np.etstan.com.
832
Miscellaneous
Wanted
GLASS CRAFTER
needs empty glass
soft drink bottles, (all
kinds). Not necessa-
rily collectors edi-
tions. Will -pick up;
Call: 983-8042
PAY CASH for junk
cars or trucks. Run-
ning or not. Call
983-9527 or 723-
5048
WANTED
OLD ROOFING TIN.
Will tear down and
haul., 983-8042 or
393-9617
H. JUDITH
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904
Care

1997- WHITE V6
Camaro A/C- Cold,
heat. New dash-
board .and .pipes.
$6500. Call ,623-
8077 .
FOR SALE
1993 Catilac 84,000
miles $3,450 Call
382-4637
LINCON TOWN
CAR excellent me-
chanical condition,
Michelin tires (low
miles), all extras;
25 mpg Hwy.
153,552 miles, be-
low NADA average
retail
Price $4,195.00
Call 626-8570 or
501-8159
906
Boats
MUST SELL, 20 ft.
Barletta, 200 horse-
power, sleeps 2-4,
runs great, $4,200
or best offer. Call
623-0211.


912
Motor Homes


99 Fleetwood Boun-
der 34', excellent
condition, 1 owner,
67,097 miles, no
smokers, no pets,
extras include:
brake buddy, towing
hitch, full cover, pa-
tio shade, FULL
TANK OF GAS, and
more. In Milton.
02514702. 850-
983-0147
leave message or
ghhchief@aol.com

918
Trucks
87 B2000 Pick-up
truck, will trade for a
van or a car, or will
sell for $1500. Also
looking for a donat-
ed sofa-couch.
983-7204
S920
Vans
91 ASTRO VAN
4.3 Automatic trans-
mission, runs good.
AC is cold. $2195
232-7255
FOR SALE
2002 Chrysler
'Town-n-Country
Van. Good .condi-
tion. Sell for pay off
approx. $7,000.
Call:232-6875


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7933.
830
Miscellaneous,
For Sale
FOR SALE
Gas grill pro series 5
turner excellent
condition $150
Call 529-5650
FOR SALE: 5hp.
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