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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
Alternate title: Milton press gazette
Portion of title: Press gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Creation Date: December 6, 2006
Publication Date: 1984-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Santa Rosa -- Milton
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 76, no. 104 (Mar. 29, 1984)-
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LIBRARY OF FLORIDA HISTORY
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By JIM FLETCHER
Press Gazette Assistant Publisher
It happened without a lot of
fanfare. :
Moments after 8 a.m. Local
time) Tuesday, officials with the
Florida Department of Business
and Professional Regulation-
Division of Alcoholic
Beerages and Tobacco pushed'
ak button. Computers began
Working and, a few moments
later...
...it was over. Seventeen
narnes had been chosen.
Those 17 now have the abil-
ity to file for a license entitling
them to open either package
liquor stores or stand-alone bars
in Santa Rosa County.
It was the culmination of
more than 15 months of paper-


City creates

mew image.

via signage

B.v PAMELA HOLT
P..; .. - ...__
The Cit\ of Milton is work-
ing on a signage project for
crossing into its boundaries.
Cit Malnager Donna
Adams says the new Economic
De elopn-ment committee gave
its first recommendation-to
have ne%% kelcomin signs con-.
structed at five points of entry
along the city's perimeter-east
and west on Highway 90; north
and south on Highway 87 and
Highway 89; and approaching
from Bagdad on Henry Street.
Two. other thoroughfares con-
sidered, are Berryhill Road and
Willard Norris Road, but will
be last in construction.
"Money is currently avail-
able for the sign at the river
entering from East Milton from
the Downtown Trust. This is a
project we'll be working on for
the next few months," says
Adams.
See SIGNS, Pg. 2A.
The Press
Gazette is
printed on
100%recy-
S cled paper
using envi-
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work.
On September 6 of 2005,
Santa Rosa voters (b\ a margin
of 29,353 'otes to 21,507)
voted to take the county "\'et."
It was the eighth such 'ore
since Prohibition dai s and, for.
the pro-liquor forces, hdie eighth
time was the charm.
But no one-not even the
experts in Tallahas-ee-pIre-
dicted the level of "interest"
that would be generated by the
sale of alcohol in Santa Rosa
County.
Administrators speak of
IHardee Counit. the last count)
to go wet.. .back in 2000.
There, officials received
153 applications for only three
available licenses. (State law
allows one license for every
7,500 members of a county's
population. That was 51 appli-
cations *for every available
license.
But Santa Rosa's interest in
alcohol 'set new state records.
There were almost 300 applica-
tions for every potential
license-a; total of virtually
5.000 applicants. Sonie applica-
tions came from people li\ ing
as far aw\a) as Hatjaii.
State officials suspect some
applicants ma , be wanting their
license in hopes of selling' it for
See LICENSES. Page IOA..


The Pace Christmas Parade was held Saturday on Chumuckla Hwy. Children of all ages enjoyed the annual event, scrambling for tossed good-
ies. The parade is just one of the area holiday celebrations. Milton Christmas Parade begins at 6:30 p.m. Thursday. The theme for this year
is "Christmas around the world." The parade will form at Milton High School, travel south on Stewart Street (State Road 87).o,1~la Street
where it will disband. Press Gazette photo by Lynne Hough


Medical directors: 'Time for a fresh start'


Tell fire departments, EMS they must cooperate


By LYNNE HOUGH
P,. c_ Ga..trlt Staitq ^ ri. r
The physicians \,ho, sene
as Medical Directors for Santa
Rosa County emergency servic-
es are offering a "Fresh Start"
for first responders and trans-
port medics.


In the x ake of a dispute
over whether Li feFlig ht should
transport an ill infant, those
involved-and the rest of coun-
i1 emergency\ management per-
sonnel are being told the\ must
follow a Code of Conduct and
E\pectation of Practice.
Though the concept is not


new, "a few episodes over the
last two years of disagreement'
between providers" brought the
issue to the forefront.
Sparked by a feud between
Midway Fire Department fire
responders and Rural Metro
paramedics.. the' Medical
Directors. Dr. Gregory M.


"Faces of Life" was recently featured at the Dragonfly Gallery. The book is part of a national celebra-
tion. The book supports the program, which helps families of the terminally ill. See story, page 5A.
Press Gazette photo by Lynne Hough


Smith and Dr. James Leker
issued a new set of protocols.
' Saying these items are not
negotiable, Smith and Leker
issued directives itemizing sev-


eral areas. Included in the direc-
tive is a section n on mutual
respect.
'"Disagreements bemteen
providers may occur in the
course of dailN operations...no
provider or department is beer
See START, Page 8A.


Now, even animalsS

can have digital x rays


T The Milton . Animal
Hospital recently added new
services to its animal care offer-
ings. Operators say it is the
only known veterinary facility,
in the Florida Panhandle to
offer the new digital \-ra\ sys-
tem.
For decades, x-ray technol-
ogN his remained as it was first
conceived in the %eterinarn pro-
fession. This latest improve-
ment in veterinary diagnostic
capability is a digital x-ray-a
state-of-the-art system using
conventional x-rays to create,
digital images. This replaces
conventional x-ray film.and
chemical development and
allows computerized storage of
patient x- rays.
The images can be digitally
enhanced to reveal subtleties


that might otherwise be missed
*ith conventional x- rays.
These improved images can
provide for better interpreta-
tion, better, diagnosis and
improved treatment options for
pets. experts say. And. these
images can be transmitted via
the Internet. or burned toia CD,
and ,hared \v'. h specialists pro-
viding advanced care and diag-
nostic adt ice.
The technology is also
environmentally friendly, elimi-
nating the need for caustic
chemicals traditionally used for
developing x-ray film.
, Since taking over the vet-
erinary practice in 2003, Dr.
Sandra Sisk and her husband,
Hospital Manager Steve Sisk,
say they have introduced many
See X-RAY, Page 6A.


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Gallery Night


lighting up Milton


'Tis the season for art.
Now in its fourth year, the
Santa Rosa Arts & Culture
Foundation will host its
Holiday Gallery Night Friday,
from 5 to 9 p.m. in the historic
business district of downtown
Milton.
Downtown business owners
will be hosting artists' work-
ranging from fine art, including
watercolor, paint, pen and ink,
oil and pastels to stained glass,
photography, jewelry, pottery,
clay and folk art.
Programs including loca-
tions and artists are available
online at the Santa Rosa Arts
and Culture Foundation's
Dragonfly Gallery on Elmira
Street in downtown Milton.
To participate as an artist or
sponsor, call the Dragonfly
Gallery 981-1100 or 626-7159.
The Santa Rosa Arts and


Gem Lore
by William E. Cobb .
Past President Florida Jewelers
Spokesman for Jewelers of America
Rings Distinguish
Classes
Although everyone in the
United States, today, may
wear any kind of ring he can
afford, such was not the case
during Roman era. The iron
ring was the original and only
ring for a time and was
awarded by the. sovereign as
a mark of individual honor.
From the earliest times of the
Roman Republic, a senator
sent to an embassy received a
gold ring, while all other sen-
ator were restricted to wear-
ing iron rings. Soon, howev-
er, all senators were allowed
to wear gold rings and in the
last years of the Republic, the
privilege was extended to
many other classes of citi-
zens, including some freed-
men, even followers of less
reputable vocations. eventu-
lly,, the iion rring became the
badge of slavery and all free
men regardless of class, were
able to wear gold rings.


Culture Foundation is a mem-,/
bership-based organization pro-.'
moting education and public
interest in the arts, continually
broadening the spectrum of'
visual and performing artists to
reflect the diversity of the arts.'
community and the interests of
its patrons. The mission of the,
Arts and Culture Foundation is
to vitalize and enrich the cultur-
al arts in Santa Rosa County.'.
More information is available,
online at
www.SantaRosaArts.org,
g>.
One of the projects of the-'
Foundation is the Dragonfly,
Gallery located in the historic,,
Faircloth-Carroll House at 5788'.,
Escambia St. in downtown
Milton. The Dragonfly Gallery'.
is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m."
Tuesday through Friday, and 10-.
a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday;,,
The Gallery always welcomes;
new artists.
For, more information, call
the Dragonfly Gallery at 981-
1100.


Signs-
Continued From Page One '
Randy Jorgenson, AICP,
Professional City Planner hire4c"
by Milton believes the City'
should jump on board with,
Santa Rosa County's branding'
of "Life by Design," and
change it, somewhat, tq
"Designed for Living."
"By doing so," says,
Jorgenson, "It's a good way to-;
get bang for no bucks, and it'
plays well with the county's
theme."
The project will be re-'
addressed at the Economic'
Development committee's next'
meeting, January 11, say-'
Adams. She believes this is'
something the City needs"
instead of plain,city limits sig-;,
nage.
"They're a gateway into the-
community," Jorgenson says.


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Nov. 3 to Nov. 12, 2006
SBianco, James Robert; Male; 25;
818 Andrew Jackson St. East
Brewton, AL; Kidnap Minor-Interfere
with Custody. 1.1/3/06
Bryson. Blayne Bruce; Male; 19;
8412 Lucena St., Navarre, FL;
Carrying a concealed weap6n-electric
weapon or device, Marijuana-Possess
Marijuana Over 20 Grams . 11/3/06
. Judy Jr., Henry Irvin; Male; 50;
5902 Jameson Cir, Pace, FL; Fraud-
Insuff Funds Check-Obtain goods
services $150 or More. 11/5/06
, Melton, Shawn Edwin; Male; 39;
Quiet Creek Rd, Milton, FL; Possess
Cocaine. 11/3/06
Pinkney, Jr., Joel; Male; 38;
6228 Arnett St., Milton, FL; Possess
Cocaine. 11/3/06
Simmons, David Dwayne; Male;
30.; 8754 Harvell St., Milton, FL;
Possess Cocaine, Narcotic Equip-
Possess And Or Use. 11/2/06
Warren, Peggy Sue; Female; 40;
106251 Pond Rd., Milton, FL; Possess
Cocaine, Marijuana-Possess Not
More . Than 20 Grams, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And or Use. 11/5/06
Stowe, Cyrus Joshua; Male; 16;
7463 Westgate Dr., Milton, PL;
Drugs-Possess W/Intent to Sell New
Legend Drug W/O Prescription. NDG
Davidson, Christopher Kenneth;
Male; 30; 2321 White Street,
Pensacola, FL; DUI. 11/5/06 ,
F Foryt, John Paul; Male; 43; 1082
Sanibel Ln, 'Gulf Breeze, FL; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 2nd Offense.
11/2/06
Grimes, Mark John; Male; 38;
10282 West Lake Rd, Milton, FL;
DUI. 11/2/06
Locklin. Jr.. Hankins Maurice;
Male; 41; 4087 Overlook Cr., Pace,
FL; DUI Alcohol or Drugs 2nd
Offense. 11/4/06
Matthews, David William; Male;
43; 304 Camelia St., Gulf Breeze, FL;
DUI. 11/4/06
Pittman, Roger Lynn; Male; 46;
3137 Minnesota Rd, Milton, FL; DUI.
11/5/06
Raasch, Hans Henry; Male; 36;
4417 Galt City Rd, Milton, FL; DUI
11/4/06
SSaxon, William Colin; Male; 33;
5311 Catalina St., Pace, FL; DUI.
11/4/06
Belland, Tony Bernard; Male;
48; 1505 Macklin Place, Pensacola,
FL; Larc-Retail Theft $300 More Ist
Off. 11/6/06
Toups, Stacie Heather; Female;
39; 6506 Cedar St., Milton, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony. 11/6/06
Saria. Antonio J; Male; 36; 5240
Hawks Nest, Milton, FL; Battery-
Touch of Strike (domestic violence),
Obstructing , Justice-Intimidate
Threaten Etc Vict Witness Informant
(domestic violence) 11/6/06
- Timoteo, lelonimo Iesefo; Male;
47 50 S Old- Corry Field Rd,
Pensacola, FL; Out of State Fugitive
rom lun iiice 11/6/06
Warren, Robert Steven; Male;
30D 172 Hwy. 90 W., Holt, FL; Synth


Narcotic-Mfg Schedule I or' II,
Narcotic Equip-Possess And or Use.
11/6/06
Ho. Tanh Vanj Male; 39; 3088
Gulf Breeze Pkway, Gulf Breeze, FL;
Sex Asslt-Vict Over 12 YOA Physical
Force No Damage. 11/6/06
Corley, Eual David; Male; 39;
1740 Annie Penton Rd, Jay, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony, 11/7/06
Garrett, William Joshua; Male;'
32; 7423 Northpointe Blvd.
Pensacola, FL; Burgl of Dwelling
Unarmed No Asslt or Batt (2 cts.),
Larc-Theft is $300 or More But Less
Than $5,000 ( 2 cts.). 11/7/06
Jackson, Joseph McCabe; Male;
25; 6638 Sanders St., Milton, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony. 11/7/06
Reichart. Jr., William Joseph;
Male; 39; 5384 Kuethes Kove, Milton,
FL; Aggrav Asslt W/Deadly Weapon
W/O Intent to Kill. 11/7/06
Petitt, Chasity Alexis; Female;
24; 4949 Hurst St., Milton, FL; Burgl
of Structure Conveyance Unarmed
W/O Person Inside (5 cts.). Larc-Over
$300 Under $5,000 (3 cts.), Larc-Petit
1st Offense (2 cts.), Fraud-Imperson-
Misrepresent Self Commit personal
ID Misd (2 cts.), Forgery of Alter
Public Record Certificate Etc. ( 2 cts.),
Pass Forged-Altered Instrument (2
cts.). 11/7/06
Fillingirm. Jr., Richard Edgar;
Male; 34; 9040 Larker Wood Dr.,
Navarre, FL; Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
W/O Prescription, Narcotic Equip-
Possess And Or Use. 11/7/06
Rambo, Robert Earl; Male; 45;
6629 Da Lisa Rd., Milton, FL; Cruelty
Toward Child Abuse W/O. Great
Harm. 11/6/06
Lay, William Adam; Male; 23;
5595 Birch St., Milton, FL; Burgl of
Structure Conveyance Unarmed W/O
Person Inside (5 cts.), Larc-Over $300
Under $5,000 (3 cts.), Stolen Prop-
Dealing in Stolen Property, Larc-Petit
1st Offense (2 cts.). 11/7/06
Reynolds, Stuart V; Male; 45;
307 Quiet Water Lane, Gulf Breeze,.
FL; DUI Alcohol or Drugs 2nd
Offense. 11/8/06
Hinson, Terry Lynn; Female; 42;
4451 Jernigan Rd, Pace, FL; Out of
State Fugitive from Justice. 11/8/06
McCurdy, Johnathon Everett;
Male; 21; 5072 Chumuckla Hwy,
Pace, Contempt of Court-Viol
Injunction Protection - Domestic
Violence, Kidnap Minor Interfere
W/Custody. 11/8/06
Howard. Michael David; Male;
25; 6497 Stubbs Rd., Milton, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony. 11/8/06
Rosser II, Jeffery Harrison;
Male; 22; 2563 Cypress Pt Cr,
Navarre, FL; Fraud-Insuff Funds.
Check-Make Utter Issue $150 or
Over. 11/8/06
Difabrizio, Richard Antoine;
Male; 17; Crim Misch-Over $200
Under $1,000, Burg of Structure
Conveyance Unarmed W/O Person
Inside, Larc-Over $300 Under $5,000.
fil/8/06
Flinn, Ryan Sean Webb; Male;


17; 7028 Ryan Lane, Milton, FL;
Crim Misch-Over $200 Under $1,000,
Burg of Structure Conveyance
Unarmed W/O Person Inside, Larc-
Over $300 Under $5,000. 11/8/06
Holley, Joshua Lee; Male; 17;
5132 Seagull Dr., Pace, FL; Crim
Misch-Over $200 Under $1,000, Burg
of Structure Conveyance Unarmed
W/O Person Inside, Larc-Over $300
Under $5,000. 11/8/06
Adams, Jonathan Spencer, Male;
17; 9566 King Ranch Rd, Milton, FL;
Batt-Touoh or Strike (domestic vio-
lence), Obstruct Justice-Intimidate
Threaten Etc Vic Witness Informant.
11/8/06
Bush. Trina Lynn; Female; . 29;
5089 Guernsey Rd, Pace, FL; Failure
to Appear for Felony Offense. 11/9/06
Gardner, AJ, Michael Patrick;
Male; 19; 8166 Country Bay Blvd,
Navarre, FL; Marijuana-Distrib
Schedule I, Possess Marijuana Over
20 Grams, Narcotic Equip-Possess
And Or Use. 11/10/06
Hall, Angela Renee; Female; 31;
4226 Starwood Ct, Milton, FL; Drive
While Lic Susp Habitual Offender,
drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription, Possess Cocaine,
Narcotic Equip-Poss And Or Use.
11/9/06
Hannah. Sr. Clarence Anderson;
Male; 52; 5584 Kingery Rd, Milton,
FL; Possess Cocaine, Narcotic Equip-
Possess And Or Use. 11/12/06
Johns. Ternold; Male; 32; 6557
Julia Dr., Milton, FL; Drive While-
License Susp 3rd or Subseq Offense.
11/12/06
Moon, James William; Male; 41;
6115 Carroll Rd, Milton, FL; Possess
Cocaine, Narcotic Equip-Possess And
or Use. 11/12/06
Pittman, Brian Joshua; Male; 27;
99640 Hwy. 4, Milton, FL; Battery-
Touch or Siril.e .j.:,rri,.i tI violence),
Burgl Structure Conveyance Unarmed
W/Person Inside, .Conservation
Animals Cause Cruel Death Pain and
Suffering, Obstructing Justice
Intimidate Threaten Etc Vicf Witness
Informant. 11/10/06
Walker, Dorothy Lee; Female;
43; 6818 Chuck Wagon Ln, Milton,
FL; Veh Theft-Grand 3rd Degree.
11/8/06
Kelly, James Patrick; Male; 55;
431 Anderson St, Destin, FL; Larc-
Over $300 Under $5,000. NDG
Wardl Robert Neal II, Male; 25;
6915 Liberty St. Navarre, FL; Fugitive
From Justice. NDG
ArdM Dustin Ryan; Male; 24;-
5138 Macy Lane, Milton, FL; Asslt-
Intent Threat To Do Violence, Burgl of
Structure, Conveyance Unarmed W/O
Person Inside, Resist Officer Obstruct
W/O Violence, Loitering or Prowling.
11/10/06'
Biggs. Ashley Ann; Female; 21;
4761 Douglas Rd, Milton, FL; Fraud-
Obtain Controlled Substance By (11
cts.), Drugs-Traffic-4 Grams Less 3.i
KG Other Cntrl Subst (4 cts.) 11/9/06
Biggs. Bobby Darrell; Male; 44;
5358 Cathy St., Milton, PL; Fraud-
Obtain Contrl Substance By (5 cts.),


Drugs-Traffic-4 Grams Less 30KG
Other Cntrl Subs. (2 cts.). 11/9/06
Biggs, Cynthia Lee; Female; 45;
5358 Cathy St., Milton, FL; Fraud-
Obtain Cntrl Subs By (13 cts.), Drugs-
Traffic 4 Grams Less 30 KG Other
Subst. 11/9/06
Bra,' Zachary Stephens; Male;
20; 4581 Davenport Ln, Pace, FL;
DUI, Resist Officer-Flee Elude LEO
With Lights, Sirens Active, Liquor
Possess By Person Under 21 YOA Ist
Offense. 11/10/06
Caudill, Carolyn McConnell;
Female; 44; 203 Navarre St, Gulf
Breeze, FL; Drive While Lic Susp
Habitual Offender, Fraud-Imperson
False ID Given to LEO. 11/11/06

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There is just no


excuse for this
There is absolutely no excuse for a progressive
and growing county like Santa Rosa to have fire
hydrants failing to function in time of emergency.
And, what's worse, is the fact leaders have no
adequate system in place to maintain the scores of
hydrants throughout the county.
This serious situation was brought to light
recently when a volunteer fire department
responded to a house fire only to discover a near-
by hydrant failed to properly function.
While there were no injuries, the several
minute delay in getting the hydrant to work may
have contributed to firefighters being unable to
save the dwelling.
We're told that, last April, county officials
attempted to solicit bids for hydrant maintenance,
but the costs came in higher than expected and
many area water systems didn't want government
oversight.
The responsibility remains in the hands of the
water systems, but Santa Rosa County has no rules
governing inspections, testing and maintenance.
It's totally up to the initiative of individual water
systems, which, from what we're told, aren't doing
a very good job of insuring hydrants work proper-
ly.
County Attorney Tom Dannheisser says there
is no ordinance requiring testing. That, in our opin-
ion, is absolutely ridiculous.
As of now, there doesn't seem to be much of a
concern among our elected officials to address the
issue.
The situation is so bad that a review of several
hydrants shows many are covered by overgrowth
to the point firefighters have a difficult time even
locating them.
We are pleased to hear there are some volun-
teer fire departments, including Pace, taking the
matter into their own hands by working with water
systems to insure hydrants within their districts do
operate properly.
For instance, Pace Volunteer firefighters are
working with Ted Dotson and the Pace Water
System to locate 785 hydrants. The agreement
calls for sharing responsibilities including regular
hydrant inspections. The water system has agreed
to provide the necessary equipment for needed
repairs and the fire department provides the man-
power..
While this is a major step in the right direction,
we strongly encourage county officials to take the
lead in resolving this serious situation.
Our suggestion would be to form a commit-
tee-composed of county officials, representatives
of the various water systems in the county and offi-
cials from the various volunteer fire departments.
There should be a standard set of rules set out
in a county ordinance which would determine
exactly who is in charge of hydrant inspections as
well as the required maintenance and upkeep.
Home and business owners need the assurance
that, in time of a fire emergency, the men and
women who compose the various volunteer fire
departments in Santa Rosa County have a depend-
able water source to do their job.
Firefighters already offer to go above and,
beyond by placing their lives on the line. Let's
make sure we, at least, provide them with the tools
they need to get their job done right.
There's just no excuse for it being otherwise.

DECEMBER 6, 2006

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EDITORIAL & OPINIONS


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Enjoys the display of crosses


FM: CHRYS HOLLEY
Dear Editor:
A big God bless you to Pastor Fred Rogers and
the Milton First Assembly of God Church for bringing
-the "traveling crosses" to Milton.
. About 2.600 crosses bear the names of men and,
women who sacrificed their Ies in Iraq and
Afghanistan to keep us free from terrorists, etc.
Freedom is not free.
Tears filled my eN es as I "happened" upon volun-
teers from that church and others placing then on the
corner of Hlghv.a\.8 89 and Magnolia .Helms Funeral
Home): God knew I wanted so much to help. My age
and spinal condition enabled me to place only one row
with the help of. Michael Payne, a high schooler.
Thanks, Michael.
The second time I recall tears filling my eyes was
when crosses v.ere placed by Pace Assembly of God
for a time. The monument of the Ten Commandments,
permanently displayed :here. still thrills me.
A third tear jerker occurred when, for hours, I was
spellbound while viewing ihe name s of Jews and non-,
Jews at Yaz .Vadim, the Holocaust. Memorial in
Jerusalem some years ago.
If you haven't seen the local display, you should.
Your hearts will fill with gratitude for all our military,
veterans and those in harm's way. You will be remind-
ed to pray for their families.
Thanks, too, for your service, 842nd.
I would be remiss if I didn't mention my gratitude
for the Cross of Calvary where Jesus Christ sacrificed
His life for us all. Christmas is coming. Don't forget
the reason for the season.
I understand there was a memorial service at the
old Helms Funeral Home this past Sunday with
Whiting Field reps officiating.
A big God bless you, too, Fred Vigodsky of Gulf
Breeze for your act of kindness in providing the prop-
erty for display of the crosses.
God bless you all as only He can.

Stay in touch with God
FM: RAYMOND JOHNS
Dear Editor:
A person will never develop a close relationship
with God by just attending church once a week or
even having a daily quiet time.
Friendship with God is built by sharing all your
life experiences with Him.
Of course, it is important to establish the habit of
a daily devotional time with God, but He wants more
than an appointment on your schedule.
He wants to be included in every activity, every
conversation, every problem and even every thought.
You can carry on a continuous, open-ended conversa-
tion with Him throughout the day, talking with Him
about whatever you are doing or thinking at that
moment. "Praying without ceasing" means convers-
ing with God while shopping, driving, working or per-
forming any other everyday task.
A common misconception is that "spending time
with God" means being alone with Him, as Jesus
modeled.
You need time alone with God, but that is only a
fraction of your waking hours.
Everything you do can be "spending time with
God" if He is invited to be a part of it and you stay
aware of His presence.


God lo~es e\e r\body, blacks. Orientals,. and even
Caucasians \t\ho hate shades of skin color.

Make sure all understand policy
FM: JAMES PRESLEY
Dear Editor:
M\ father recently passed a\ a from cancer-the
day after Thanksgi ing.
He was gi\ en % wonderful care b\ his Homre Health
,Care arid Hospice nurses up until his death. I have a
very severe problem n\ith d hat occurred after his
death.
Sheriff Wendell Hall had instituted a ne" police)
starting that day concerning the disposal of certain
medications needed by the patient before their death.
Under the oldPpolicy, the Hospice nurse on duty deter-
mined what and how much medication was left at the
time of death. The medications were recorded and
then destroyed by the Hospice personnel with a.fam-
ily member as a witness. This form was then turned
into the Sheriff's department for their records.
Under the Sheriff's new policy, a deputy must
come into the home, count and verify the medications,
remaining and then remove them from the premises.
Sounds simple, doesn't it?
It took three patrol cars with their corresponding
officers stomping back and forth through the midst of
a grieving family to collect the remaining medications
that night. None of the three officers knew what to do.
All they could say from the start was that they had to
contact Lt. Vega to find out how to handle the situa-
tion.
What's the reasoning for this new policy?
According to the Hospice nurse, Escambia doesn't
have such a policy. Okaloosa doesn't have such a pol-
icy.
My families' insurance paid for the medications
removed from our home by our new "watch dogs."
Personally, I would have felt better knowing cer-
tain medications had been flushed to oblivion. Why?
I ,efrioC1isl doubt if I could visit the Sheriff's office
and ask to see the inventory list with matching med-
ications removed from our home and have it pro-
duced.
If Sheriff Hall intends to initiate any more new
policies in the future, I hope he has taken the time to
train his personnel in how to carry it out.
That night at our house, it looked more like a drug
bust in process than deputies trying to execute a con-
fusing mandate.
We had enough going on dealing with the death
of our father that night without dealing with someone
who seemed to be more worried about drugs being
wasted.

A word of thanks for the help
FM: MANAGEMENT AT TANGLEWOOD
Dear Editor:
We would like to' take this opportunity to thank
Tracie of the Press Gazette for her time in helping us
and everyone take care of the orphans at the Milton
Animal Shelter
I would also like to thank all the folks in the
media for their help at the shelter.
We will be helping by paying $1 for everyone
playing a round of Gold here at our club.
Again, thanks to all for all the help.


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You Spoke Out, ;

Santa Rosa...
Saturday,,8:37 p.m.
This is Jan. I am concerned
about the ACLU questioning Pace
High's Bible class. It is an elec.
tive. It is not mandatory. The stu-'
dents should be able to attend;
these classes and the 'school
should be free to teach. The issue'
S' should be between the,parents,
teachers and students...not the
ACLU. There's just no place for
them in our county. We need td
tell the ACLU to get out.

Saturday, 6:29 p.m. "
This is Jesse. I have a little
camp on the river. Some low life
took some brand. new chairs I,
have there. I hope they enjoy,
them. They should be glad I was!
not in that tent at the time.

Saturday, 5:06 p.m.
I just want to say I have a TV:
that has a digital tuner. I hooked it
up to an antennae and it Aorks
fine. I don't need cable -or satel-,
lite. Thanks.

Saturday, 8:59 a.m.
I'd like to take time and thank
the football players. It is not all
about winning and losing. It's
about coming together and you do6
that so well.

Thursday, 9:43 p.m.
My name is Lucy. I am speak-.
ing out to inform that, on Skyline4
Drive, 20 mph means 20 mph.
You know who you are. In the'
past, someone went by speeding,
hit my puppy and neter e'ein
stopped. It killed him on impact>
I'm happy it was not one of myr
children. The speed limit needs to:
.be stressed. The whole neighbor'.
hood feels we need more enforce'
ment in the area.

Thursday, 8:43 a.m.
Hi. I want to comment on the.
paper. You always put a lot of
color photos... football teams, car.
crashes, etc. But you never put.
babies, and pageant winners.!
Let's have more color.
Editor's Note: There are
physical limitation to where we&
can place color photographs, but
we understand and agree with$
you...we are working to provide:
even more color in the coming
months.














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Local _._ .-. .. .


lanner set to retire


4 Bill Stubstad, Director of
Inning and Development for
the City of Milton, is hanging
up his t-square-making more
time for his family.
Stubstad says he's enjoyed
working for the City, but it's
time to retire. This time, his
employment spans eight years,
but during the 70's and 80's, he
was contracted to help with the
downtown redevelopment proj-
ect. The total time spent with
the Milton, is .uncertain, but
Stubstad "thinks" it is about 15
years. His last official day as
Planning and Development
Director is February 19..
"It's been interesting," says
Stubstad. "The enjoyable
moments have to be seeing all
the work from years ago come
to fruition. The expansion of
Riverwalk, and the rehabilita-
tion of the Ferris Hill neighbor-
hood, ten years later, is very sat-,
isfying."
. Milton Mayor Guy
Thompson says' the City is sad
to see Stubstad retire, mostly
because of his leadership.
I "Bill has a lot of institution-


BILL STUBSTAD ,


al knowledge, along with his
background of institutional
projects," says Thompson.
Stubstad says the most
stressful part of his job is deal-
ing with city-sensitive issues.
"Someone always wants to
park their old car in their yard.
It's their yard and they think
they have every right to park it
there," he notes. "But there are
laws-federal, state, county
and city laws-that have to be
enforced. There are laws the
City Council passes, based on
what the citizens want, and we
must enforce them, too," he


explains.
He sees Milton's growth as
a good thing, considering the
reorganization of the govern-
ment. "Milton is on the edge of
a major renovation," he says,
"We've started the process and
the improvements will be phe-
nomenal within the next five to
seven years. If you leave and
come back within this time-
frame, you will see a major
change in the downtown area,
specifically."
Stubstad began the tax
increment financing in the 80's
and he says the till now has
almost $100,000 for downtown
redevelopment.
"This is money the City
wouldn't normally have for the
downtown area, and that's on
top of other grants," says
Stubstad.
With 20:20 vision, looking
back at the 2004-2005 hurri-
cane season with Hurricanes
Ivan and Dennis, Stubstad says
new development ideas devel-
oped from the disasters Milton
faced.
"If anything good came
from Hurricanes Ivan and
Dennis, the new plan is one," he
says.,


Art event helps Hospice


By LYNNE HOUGH
Pyess Gazette Staff Writer
: The Dragonfly Gallery in
Milton was the host of an event
sponsored by Covenant
Hospice last month.
Artists appeared with their'
photographs, featuring patients
and families involved with
Covenant Hospice.
i It was part of the celebra-
tion of National Hospice Month
in November. Covenant
Hospice officials say they creat-
ed a book, 'Faces of Life' which
they describe as a "powerful
exhibit of photographs and


inspiring stories from our
patients and families; stories of
hope and life, about the human
spirit and living each day to its
fullest."
The organization assists
patients and their loved ones
"during times of life-limiting
illnesses." Our care is always
based on need, not the ability to
pay.
"Families of hospice
patients shared some of their
most intimate stories with us so
that we could celebrate life's
journey," Covenant Hospice
officials say. "...we feel that the


end of life is not about how you
die, but how you live."
In 2006, the project moved
forward to publish stories and
photographs in a 96 page hard-
. back book called Faces of Life.
The gallery event offered a
chance for visitors to see, first-
hand, the impact of the photos
in the book. The book is offered
for sale to support the not-for-
profit organization.
For more information, con-
tact Covenant Hospice at (850)
438-9714.
Reach writer at:
hough@sr-pg.com


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new advances to the animal
hospital.
"When we took over opera-
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we had to make a decision
about what kind of practice we
wanted it to be. We decided
that we would do whatever was
necessary to offer our clients
the highest quality veterinary
service. That required adding
new equipment, more doctors,
and a long-term commitment to
our goals."
They note it hasn't always
been easy, considering people
don't always embrace change,
even when it represents
improvement. But the Sisks


endoscope to get biopsies and
remove foreign bodies from thl
gastrointestinal tract as an alter-
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swelling and significantly less
pain than a conventional
scalpel.
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internal view that is different
from x- rays. We use this tech-
nology to tailor our diagnostic
plans for optimum results. For
us, that means the most efficient
path to an accurate diagnosis
and successful treatment, with
minimum trauma to our
patients and our clients." 'r
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Local


Deputy Ed Johnson hangs up badge


By LYNNE HOUGH
Press Gazette Staff Writer
Times have seriously
changed since Ed Johnson
began as a patrol deputy 25
years ago. Johnson retired from
the Santa , Rosa Sheriff's
Department in September.
; In those days, there were no
car computers.. .nor office com-
puters, for that matter-except
for the criminal justice "mon-
ster" teletype connected direct-
ly to the State of Florida. It was
,used for checking the drivers'
license status of drivers and
criminal "wanted checks," and
criminal histories.
Johnson served under five
different Sheriffs during his
employment at the Santa Rosa
,County Sheriff's Department.
He worked in the capacity
,of patrol deputy, desk officer,
,detective, Sergeant in patrol and


then in investigations, and
patrol lieutenant. When he
retired, he was the commander
.of the Jay District, in the rank
of sergeant.
He' remembers when the
then-downtown jail doors had
to be "cranked" shut manually.
But Johnson says the
biggest change he saw at the
Sheriff's Department came
with the advent of personal
computers. The CAD system-
computer aided dispatch-is
believed to have increased the
efficiency of record keeping for
patrol.
Having patrol deputies and
investigators enter police
reports directly into a computer
system rather than hand-writing
them and having them entered
by office personnel removed an
important time-encumbering
step. It also meant having the
ability to access reports for


court appearances and for the
public.
Johnson says, by far, his
favorite role at the Sheriff's
Department involved working
in Jay-at the district substa-
tion. He says after living in the
Jay area himself, he came to
appreciate the value of
patrolling an area where he had
time to get to know the citizens.
He says his most memo-
rable case is "any crime he
worked from beginning to
end"-seeing the case closed
and the guilty person in jail.
But sometimes that wasn't
even the end of it. Johnson says
things can be very different in a
tight-knit community. ,He says
he has been approached by
those he's put in jail-to be
thanked. He says he even
placed someone under the
Baker Act (for mental evalua-
tion) only to have that person
find him later and apologize for
the way he acted.
Johnson says he always fol-
lowed a policy in dealing with
the public to treat them with
respect, despite their appear-
ance or a potential for stereo-
typing.
"You have to treat people
like you want to be treated," he
says.
"As long as they are treat-
ing you right.. .you can be deal-
ing with the biggest dirtbagg' in
the county, but if he's polite to
you, you be polite back.
"The badge doesn't make
,us 'superman'. It doesn't make


us judge and jury."
Johnson says the policy
worked for him...even when
people were angry and venting.
"Give people a chance to let off
some steam. It's not always
about you."
Working in a marked patrol
capacity was Johnson's pre-
ferred role at the Sheriff's
Office. He says he always felt
as if he worked for the people
of Santa Rosa, "the Sheriff just
signed my paycheck," he adds.
Johnson says he enjoyed
working with the people of
Santa Rosa County "immense-
ly" and he plans to stay
involved by participating in the
community-like he always
has.
Reach writer at:
hough@sr-pg.com


Santa Rosa Sheriff Wendell
Hall is extending an invitation
to all area law enforcement offi-
cers to meet their requirements
On the sheriff's-office range in
!compliance with HR. Bill 218.
i"' House Bill 218 says retired
i law enforcement officers may
carry a weapon without a per-
imit by meeting certain stan-
dards.
i In order to meet those stan-
(dards, the retired officers must
,qualify with their weapons. The

Tree of Lights

event is today
Covenant Hospice will hold
its annual "Tree of Lights - A
Celebration of Life" ceremony
"vt 11 a.m. today at the Santa
Rosa County Administration
,Center, located at 6495
Caroline St.
Organizers say the ceremo-
iny gives the community an
-opportunity to remember the
%-
j.pecial people who have
touched their lives.
4 Attendees will also have the
,Ppportunity to purchase a limit-
ed-edition Clark & Company
3hristmas CD, which will ben-
'e~ti Covenant Hospice. Clark
.pind Company is a popular local
Group, which performs music to
.ppleae all ages. "Each light
,'placed on the tree symbolizes
'�the life, hopes and dreams of a
,loved one," said Courtney
PJ-umbaugh, senior community
development manager for
.Cotenant Hospice.
' Tax-deductible donations
*:,an be made at the ceremony or
)$y calling Covenant Hospice
p438-9714. Donations will ben-
; ei i Covenant Hospice, enabling
,-them to continue their tradition
of providing compassionate,
'quality care for patients and
lovedd ones facing end-of-life

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Criminal Justice Standard and
Training Commission of the
State of Florida states retirees
must have a picture ID from the
agency from which they retired.
The ID card must state their
retired status.
The new law only applies to
law enforcement. officers with
statutory arrest powers. A
"Firearm Proficiency
Verification Card," in combina-
tion with their retired law
enforcement ID card, will allow
them to carry a concealed
weapon without a permit.
Deputy Alvin Bicasan will con-
duct the qualifications today at
8 a.m. at the Santa Rosa
Sheriff's Office firing range at
5755 East Milton Road.
Those interested must make
reservations in person at the
Sheriff's office x iih the training
division and agency ID.
At that time, a copy will be
made of the ID and an affidavit
of retired status will need to be
signed. Anyone with questions
should call the Sheriff's Office
Training Division at 983-1234.


During this holiday season
and every day of the year,
we wish you all the best.

Darrel R. Greer, AAMS
Investment Representative
6259 Highway 90
Milton, FL 32570-1708
(850) 983-1471
www.edwardjones.com
Member SIPC


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than any other nor more likely
to be right or wrong."
But the directive also
addresses transfer of care and
transport decisions-both of
which became an issue in the
Midway incident. Paramedics
from Rural Metro have stated in
some cases, Midway keeps the
patient in their care for several
minutes even when the paid
provider arrives on the scene.
The Protocol says those
actions do not fit with policy.
"The process of transferring
patient care shall begin imme-
diately upon arrival of the trans-
port team (ambulance or air-
craft). At no time, will the trans-
port providers (Rural Metro) be
prevented access to the patient.
Along those same lines, the
method of transportation is the
responsibility of the transport
provider, according to Smith
and Leker.
"Effective communication
and mutual respect will govern
the decision-making process."
In the Midway incident,
Rural Metro paramedics
requested LifeFlight continue
after Midway Fire Department
first responders cancelled
LifeFlight.
Midway Firefighter/first
responders said the patient was
stable enough to be transported
by ground ambulance, but
Rural Metro paramedics dis-
agreed. The dispute continued
to the point of Rural Metro
paramedics privately communi-
cating with E911 to arrange a
rendezvous with LifeFlight at
Gulf Breeze Hospital once the
patient was released to their
care.
The revised Protocol states
the only way a "resource" (such
as LifeFlight) may be cancelled
is if communication with dis-
patch and the transport
EMT/paramedic.
"All must agree or response
will continue," it says.
In the meantime, the
Midway Fire Department is
attempting to create its own
ambulancetransport service for
its district.
But so far, Santa Rosa


County leaders are not support-
ing the idea.
The primary reason for lack
of support could be the poten-
tial hit on the County's pocket-
book.
If Midway Fire Department
were to secede from the
County, it would take over as
the primary emergency medical
and transport service for its own
district, which includes por-
tions of Gulf Breeze. The fire
department would charge cus-
tomers for its medical transport
services. This action would
remove a 26-square-mile cus-
tomer base.
Along -with the customer
base goes the revenue generated
by providing emergency med-
ical transports. This money
goes directly to the ambulance
service contracted to provide
emergency medical care and
transport. Loss of this revenue
could cause a forced subsidy


from the coffers of Santa Rost
County. '<:
In addition, -if Midway".
operated its own ambulance
service, a mutual aid agreement
would be in place. It would be.
necessary to ensure fire cover.',
age and medical backup cover<
age for the residents i4;
Midway's district. ,,
While officials say it is .a
corpmon practice for fire disr
tricts to have mutual aid agree-,
ments, in this case it could"
result in other fire agencies ,
supported by tax dollars, cover>;
ing for Midway while its memo:,
bers are running medical callsV
for profit.
County Attorney Tonx
Danneheisser says the SantC
Rosa County has not chosen to!
support splitting county emer�
agency medical services.
Story written by Lynne
Hough. Reach her at.
hough@sr-pg.comr


Scrooge gets twist:


By PAMELA HOLT
Press Gazette Staff Writer
While some may be think-
ing about "Christmas past" this
season, Milton First Assembly
is performing The Gospel
According to Scrooge, by John
Worre.
The play is free and open to
the public and will be offered
Friday, December 15 at 7 p.m.
and again on Sunday,
December 17 at 6 p.m. in the
Milton First Assembly. sanctu-
ary. A love offering will be
taken to cover production costs.
John Raley, music minister,
is producing, directing and per-
forming in the musical. Raley's
wife, Sheri, is co-directing.
Raley says being familiar with
the script is helpful-he played
Bob Cratchet in 1987-now
he's leading a cast of over 50.
Raley says the script,
although emphasizing heavily
on the Christian meaning of
Christmas, doesn't vary much
from the original story of


Dickins' A Christmas Carol. .
Tiny Tim does steal the
show. -
The Gospel According t .
Scrooge performances, in the
past, received great review
and, according to Raley, played,
to over 30,000 in Minnesota iif.
the early '80s. -
"We purchased the rights to
the play, so we have freedom to"
make changes and we are suki
no one else in the local area wil'P
be producing the samee musi-'
cal."
The .production includes ,a
large cast including John Raleyyt
as Scrooge, Roger Rearick as
Bob Cratchett, Melanie Prewiltt
as Mrs. Cratchett, Linda Kelly:
as Belinda'Cratchett and Bre(,
Raley as Tiny Tim. y
Townspeople will be po ;i
trayed by the Milton First
Assembly choir and the Kids
for'Christ ministry.
Contact the Milton First,
Assembly office at .623-2854,
for further information: .
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INl THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST.
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT III
AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY. FLORIDA
JUVENILE DIVISION
CASE NUMBER 05 DP.
212

IN"THE IrTERSiT iF
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10/07/1993
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08/19/1997
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07/23/1999

MINOR CHILAEII lIJ
TO: Jerome l'ar'rcE.
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minor cnild
address ano wnere-
abouts unknown

YOU AR- H -E-b , uC.Ti.
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YOUR FAILl.liRE T.-
APPEA R O~R REi"F'J[L'
SHALL SE TRE aTCL. -
CONSEtjT T.-. TIERF.Hrj
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PARENT T:,' THE 'HILIJ
NAMED irl THE PETiTi,-,rJ
FOR TERf.lIlATIC l C.F
PARENTAL RIGHTS.

WITNESS my hand as the
Clerk of said Court and the
Seal thereof, this 14th day
of November, 2006.7

CLERK OF COURT
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
If: M M Smith.
Deputy Clerk
112206
112906
1q0606
121306


NOTICE TO BIDDERS

SOLICITATION OF
SEALED BIDS, FOR
HOUSING RECON-
STRUCTION AND HOUS-
ING REHABILITATION
SANTA ROSA COUNTY

Sealed bids will be
received by the West
Florida Regional Planning
Council, 3435 North 12th
Avenue, Pensacola,
Florida, until 8:00 a.m. local
time, - on W say.
December 20. 2006. at
which time bids will be pub-
ligly opened.and read aloud
for reconstruction of the
dwelling units located at:
4762 Patterson Town
Rbad, Milton, FL 32570;
6988 -Ferris Hill Street,
Milton, FL 32570; 5730
Stnbeam Street, Bagdad,
,&L 32530; and 6874
Sunburst Lane, Milton, FL
. :"- "'- r. for substantial'
� r..ii ,.:.,r of the follow-
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Milton, FL 32570.

Bid packages may be
obtained upon request at
the West Florida Regional
Planning Council beginning
t n Wednesday.
becember 6. 2006. during
normal business hours.
Vor bids to be considered,
ail bids must include: all
Itemized costs, total bid
cost, must be in ink, and
.must be signed by the sub-
mitting contractor. Any bid
that does not meet the
Sbove requirements will not
be considered.


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SantaCommissionea Countyrs reservdoes
basis of ra bce, Icolor, nation-

rcause, andic to award the bid
that it determines to be in







employment or provision of
he best interest of the Boarnt
Countysa Contysioners of

Santa Rosa County does

Flbasis of race, color, nation-
al origin sex, rebyligion, age,

employment or provision of
service.

By order of the Board of
County Commissioners ntof





Santa Rosa County, Florida will
Florida.

120606



NOTICE TO BIDDERS
CUSTODIAL SERVICES

Notice is hereby given that
the Board of County
Comntissi lers, def Santa
Rosa County, Florida will
receive sealed bids 'for
Custodial Services Santa
Rosa County Facilities.
All bids must be original
and delivered by hand; Fed
Ex, or mail to the Santa
Rosa County Procurement '
Department, 6495 Caroline
Street, Suite G, Milton,
'Florida, 32570; and must
be received by 10:00 a.m.,
January 9, 2007, at which
time bids will be opened
and read aloud. All interest-
ed parties are invited to
attend. Bids are to be
sealed and clearly labeled
"BIDS - CUSTODIAL SER-
VICES." Any bid received
after this time will be reject-
ed and returned to the bid-
'der unopened.

Questions should be direct-
ed to Building Maintenance
Director Thad Allen at (850)
623-1569.

Specifications and bid form
may be secured from
Santa Rosa County
W e 6I s i "t e
(www.santarosa.fl.gov/bids
) or at the Santa Rosa
County Procurement
Department at the above


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REQUEST FOR PROPOS-
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CONSTRUCTION OF
MODULAR BUILDING
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building codes and flood-
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and annex. It is preferred
that said connection be
heated and cooled if possi-,
ble. :

All proposals must be in
writing and delivered byt
hand, mail, or Fed EX to
the Santa Rosa County
Procurement Department,
6495 Caroline Street, Suite
G, Milton, Florida 32570,
and must be received by
10:00 a.m., January 9,
2007. Only proposals
received by the aforestated
time and date will be con-
sidered. All proposals shall
be labeled, "RFP- Modular
Building."

Conceptual drawing may
be secured from Santa
Rosa County Website
(www.santarosa.fl.gov/bids
) or at the. Santa Rosa
County . Procurement
Department at the above'
address. Telephone (850) ,
983-1833.

Questions concerning this
request should be directed
to Adair Cotton, Chief
Deputy Clerk, at (850)981-
5535 or (850)393-6034.

The Board of County
Commissioners reserves
the right to accept-or reject
any and all proposals in
whole or in part, and to
waive all informalities.

Santa Rosa County does
not discriminate on the
basis of race, color, nation-
al origin, sex, religion, age,
or handicapped status in
employment or provision of
service.

By order of the Board of
County Commissioners of
Santa ' Rosa County,
Florida.

120606
120606
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penalty of $23,300 if a holder
sells before holding it for three
years. Still, if a license sells for
$100,000 or more, even after
paying the initial licensing fee
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selling the license without
opening an establishment, the
license holder could walk away
with more than $70,000 in prof-
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18th license will be available
next year. The deadline (for that
one other license) is today.
Those who were not chosen in
the current lottery must re-
apply with a $100 fee.
The 17 receiving the right
to apply for 'a license in
Tuesday morning's lottery
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William McGuire (McGuire's
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Ralph N. Myers, Fort
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Obituary
Street,
Doyle Lee
1945-2006
Doyle Lee Street, age 61;.
passed away Saturday.'
December 2, 2006, at a local
hospital. Doyle was born intr
Chipley, FL and has resided all-
of his life in Northwest Florida, '
primarily in the Pensacola area,,'
He was a loving and giving,
Uncle to. his nephews and'-
nieces. He was always finan-"'
cially . helping others eveo-.-
though his own resources were'.'
meager., '
Doyle is preceded in death-;
by his parents-Manning Sireeru
and Margaret "Senterfitt,"
Street" Chamibers, four broth-
ers-James Street, Donnie,,
Street, Charles Phillips, Jr., and"
Jerry Streetr and a sister--
Juanita Brown. -
Mr. Street is survived by hiWO
two brothers-Steve Street, of2
Chipley, FL, and Tiny Street, of!
Ocala, FL; his sister-Christin&'
Ward, of Pensacola, FL; and'-
several nieces and nephewg;'
and great nieces and nephews.
Funeral services for Doyle'
were 3:00 p.m., Thursday,
December 7, 2006, graveside at'
Memory Park Cemetery with'
Rev. Bruce Blair officiating and&
Lewis Funeral Home directing,-,
Visitation \\ as from 12:00-2:00%'
p.m. the same day at Lewis'.
Funeral Home in Milton.


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By OBIE CRAIN
Special Projects Writer
Would you believe that
pizza is the world's most popu-
lar food? That Americans con-
sume 350 slices a second, or
2,100 pizzas a minute?
It's true! And CiCi's Pizza,
located most conveniently at
5070 Highway 90 in Pea Ridge,
has taken a leading role in mak-
ing it not only readily available
locally, but offering it in 16
unusually different varieties
(one of which is sure to suite
your taste) seven days a week?
- Yes sir! CiCi's Pizza in Pea
Ridge is famous for offering
pizza with an attitude, a forth-
right friendliness, right from the
start when you first come in,
that not only shows you what a
valued guest you are but lets
yqu know how much they
appreciate your business.
. You see, CiCi's mission
from the beginning hag been to
exceed each guest's expectation
in, food, service, and cleanli-
ness, all within its affordable,
low, all-you-ca'n-eat price.
Where else can you get pizza
(and in such extravagant vari-
ety, at that), pasta, salad, and
desert for one. low price of
$4.49. It's a value that is catch-
ing on like wildfire, and owner
Brandon Ward v. elcomes e er\ -
one to try them on for size.
, Brandon who owns two
other CiCi's Pizza restaurants
in. Pensacola and Ft. Walton
Beach, in addition to the one in
Pea Ridge, says he is following
CiCi's Pizza founder Joe
Croce mission. Croce opened
the first CiCi's Pizza in Plano,
Texas in 1985 with a unique
vision, which was to create a
fanili-oriented restaurant that
series hot. fresh pizza at afford-
able prices in a buffet setting.
Since its founding 21 years
ago, and now under the care of
President Craig Moore, the
franchise has grown to approxi-
mately 600 CiCi's all-you-can-
eat pizza buffet restaurants and
just keeps growing! Currently
there are over 300 new restau-
rants at various stages of devel-
opment.
Moore credits the success
of the chain to the company's
philosophy of going to extraor-
dinary lengths to make guests
fPel especial while providing
trmazing value. "Our belief in
quality and value has earned us
the respect not only of con-
sumers, but also industry
experts," he said.
I Brandon grew up in Plano,
Texas where CiCi's originated.
qnd early on linked up with the
quality and value which CiCi's
offers. "Growing up where
CiCi's was founded, I have
41lways been impressed with the
'alue, friendliness, and atmos-
?here which the restaurants
effer," Brandon said.
Brandon graduated from
Texas A & M University where
lhe played center on the football
team, coming to Pensacola 10
years ago to open Store
Number 200, the first CiCi's
pizza in the area. Twenty-five
years old at the time, he was the
youngest franchisee ever in the
CiCi's system. He now owns


and operates three, one each in
Escambia, Santa Rosa, and
Okaloosa counties.
A family man himself,
Brandon knows the value of a
meal, and with a family of four
he finds that eating at CiCi's is
a dollar stretcher. The excellent
quality and taste is a perk! He
and his wife Jennifer have four
children: An eight year old son,
Wes; six year old daughter,
Riley; four year old Caleb; and
two year old Jackson.
"Anyone who's never expe-
rienced a pizza buffet has an
awesome adventure awaiting
them," Brandon said. "The buf-
fet is such a great value for fam-
ilies, especially those with
young kids. We offer a com-
plete salad bar, and a pasta bar
with two different types of
sauces, Alfredo sauce and
Marinara. And there are 16 dif-
ferent varietiess of pizza on the
buffet."
Match this outstanding
meal with four kinds of deserts,
including CiCi's signature cin-
namon rolls, brownies, apple
desert pizza, and Barvarian
Creme pizza, and you have
.more than your money's worth
and a complete meal that meas-
ures up to anybody's!
There's a game room for
kids -hich moms and dJds d ill


VARIETY IS ALMOST ENDLESS-If you can't make up your mind at once, take your time and come back
for something different from the near endless all-you-can-eat buffet at CiCi's Pizza located at 5070
Highway 90 in Pea Ridge. Pizza, pasta with multiple sauces, salads, and deserts are at your fingertips and
at a most affordable price. And you'll be treated handsomely by the trained, experienced staff of employ-
eesAnmnars


find convenient, too. Once the
kids are fed they can escape to
the game room, giving parents a
few minutes to relax.
"You can say two things
about CiCi's." Brandon contin-
ued. "We're focused on quality,
and we're focused, period. We
onl\ l'erve the freshest, imost


FRIENDLY CREW AT CICI S PIZZA IN PEA RIDGE-The' 're glad to see
you,. and they-don't- mind.letting you know it as soon as you. arrive.
Serving you 16 different varieties of pizza, tons of toppings, and end-
less options in pasta, in one of the friendliest environments in the
pizza industry, is their pleasure. Left to right are Nathan Porto,
Manager; Owner Brandon Ward; Lisa Meyers, Guest Leader;
Marketing Manager Mark Newby, and Nic Porto, General Manager.
Not pictured is Sketter Vaughn, Manager. (Photo by Obie Crain.)


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delicious food around."
And a few more words
about that delicious CiCi's
pizza. Brandon says perfect
pizza starts with a great crust,
using dough made from scratch
in the restaurant every day.
"Then we top it with sauce
thaft' also made daily, using
only the freshest %ine-ripened,
tomatoes. On top comes fresh
100% real whole-milk moz-
zarella cheese."
: Sound enticing? There's
imore. He sa.j s meat lovers find
pizzas topped with delicious
pepperoni. sizzling beef, ham,
chicken. and Italian sausage.
Vegetable fans may enjoy crisp
green peppers, juicy onions,
and hearty mushrooms. .all of
which are fresh, never canned.
What about adding some spicy
jalapino and tangi black and
green oli\ es to gi e sour pizza a
kick!
Specialty pizzas include the
all new Buffalo Chicken pizza,,
as well as BBQ, Mexican Style
Ole. Spinach Alfredo; Alfredo,
Zest% Ham and Cheddar,"


(Photo by Obie Crain.)

Classic Chicken. Zesty Veggie.
MNacaroni and cheese. Sicilian
Deep-Dish, and Zest%
Pepperoni.'
CiCi's Pizza is not active in
the carry-out business.
Ho\\e\er, if an order is suffi-
ciently large, the\ ,v ill make
arrangements to deliver it to the
customer.
With a seating capacity of
180, CiCi's Pizza can accom-
modate most any local gather-
ing. There's also a parh room
in addition to the kiddy room
which makes! the environment
that much more desirable for
families and groups.
"1 really believe in the
CiCi's concept of a pizza
restaurant. There is no equal to
the capacity to serve a great
number of people in a conser\a-
tive amount of time." Brandon
says. At CiCi's the\ are quite
able to serve as mans as 15i
people in a '45-minute time
span. .
CiCi's Pizza is also a com-
munity funded organization. A
member of the Chamber of


Commerce, its generosity to
school and religious groups is
legendary.
And last, but not at all the
least, Brandon says he is proud
of the people who work for and
manage , his business.
"Employees are the backbone
of most any business, and in
that area we are very strong," he
said. "We have some of the
most dedicated employees
you'll find anywhere."
CiCi's Pizza opens at 11:00
a.m. and remains open until 9
p.m. serving without interrup-
tion. You are cordially invited to
come and enjoy what they have
to offer. If you've visited
before, you can look forward to
the friendly treatment that,
comes standard. If )ou haven't,
brace \ourself for an adventure
you'll reriember long after
you've finished your meal!


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Sunday. 8am-2pm
Sat., and 10am-2pm
Sun, 6974 Sundial
Blvd. in Bagdad
close to the inter-
state. Christmas
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cabinet, etc.

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The Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Cancer has


a New Foe.


Hope has a


New Face.
A diagnosis of cancer can strike fear in the
human heart. But hope is stronger than fear.
Hope can see a clearing at the end of a dark road.

Now there's new hope for eligible cancer
patients in our region, thanks to an exclusive
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1I"'/W WEDNESDAY
SI l -nuI I |il II|W December 6, 2006
ommuiItyg 20 0I Section B
SectionB


All in a day's work...

Sheriff's K9s use animal event to strut their stuff


Wyatt, 8, and Taylor, 3, Douglas, Pensacola, came to Milton for
Saturday's Adopt-a-Thon. They were looking for a Cocker Spaniel.
Here, they spend time with K9 Kai.

control show b', the handlers. Spectators s;a\ Bania "'attack"
Teichner in an example of apprehension-and protection of
Jackson. Then. the dog dropped back and sat dov n calmly when
con-mmanded to do So.
An assumption the K-9-s \ere "' Cious" dogs \% a. quelled bi
the sighi of small children petting and visiting v. h the dogs.
Oranizers s:a the e'ent exceeded e\pectations The oal \\as
50i animals. It resulted in the adoption ot 53. including dogs. cats. a
ferret, and a rabbit-10 more animals than last .\ears' Adopt-a-
Thon.
Kennel Tech HI ShenrI larkel sa\ s there \\a: a line of people
\\aitng \%hen the shelter opened at 8 a.m. Approximately. half of
the adopuons for the da\% vere completed in the first hour. accord-
ing to Markel
Shea sas the turnout k% a, bigger than the\ imagined. especially
considering other events \%ere happening in the count).
For more information on Animal Ser\ ices. callJ 5U, q83-468I0.
Foi information on the Santa Rosa Sheriff's K-9 unit. call i850i
L-*83- 111-.-
Sion i rmen b% L% nne Hou'h.
'ReaT.T 'fi her'ai.
houghO-sr-pg.com


So nian\ books. so little
tune. For all those btius people.
the Santa Roa Count\ Librarn
S) stem has launched a ne\%
,.service: an Online Book Club
'that delivers books electronical-
ly. Each day, Monday through
Friday, the library will email
subscribers a portion of a book
that takes about five minutes to
read. Subscribers are able to
read two, or three chapters from
a book during the week. If they
like a book, they can check it
out from the library or purchase
it. Each week the library fea-
tures new books.
With 11 book clubs to
choose from, there's something
for everyone: Fiction, Non
Fiction, Mystery, Romance,
Science Fiction, Good News,
Horror, Business, Teen, and
Audio books (that you can lis-
ten to in your email) and a spe-
cial sneak preview Pre-Pub
Club that lets you start reading
books that aren't even pub-
lished yet. 'Now you can discov-
"er great books. even if you're
,too busy to ' visit the library.
Library Director Linda
Hendrix says, "This new serv-
ice makes it easy for people to
get back into the habit of read-
ing. It's ftun, it only takes 5-
minutes-a-day and the books
are delivered to you right in
your email-at your home,
,work or even in your PDA."
-You can also forward the emails
,to your friends. It's a great way
,to stay in touch with friends and
-relatives that live in other parts
"of the country.
You can sign up for the
-service at the Santa Rosa
County Library . Website:
'http://www.santarosa.fl.gov/libr
aries. The library system
*includes libraries in Gulf
'Breeze, Jay, Milton, and
.Navarre. The Pace Library is
,under construction with expect-
ed opening in early 2007. The
library system is a department
iof the SRC Board of County
(Commissioners. For further
information, contact Linda
Hendrix, Santa Rosa County
:Library System Director at 850-
,623-2043.
news@sr-pg.com


(Left) Deputies Roman Jackson
and Adam Teichner use K9
Officer Banja to demonstrate
the canine's attack and defen-
sive abilities.


Photos by Lynne Hough


Ole Chiefl


How To Replace Lost
Military Records

A. military, discharge paper
is official\ called a Report of
Separation, or DD Form 214.
These papers are required for
most veterans benefits, includ-
ing: claims for compensation or
pension; a veteran's guaranteed
home loan; health care at a U.S.
Department of Veterans Affairs


clinic or hospital; low cost pre-
scription drugs through the VA;
and burial at a veterans ceme-
tery.
To request the form online,
go to:


When filing electronical-
ly, you must mail or fax the sig-
nature verification form provid-


ed online within 20 days. The
veteran, or the next of kin of a
deceased veteran, must sign
and date all records requests.
A massive 1973 fire in the
records center destroyed mil-
lions of files of Army and Air
Force veterans, primarily those
who served in World War II, the
Korean War and, in some cases,
the Vietnam War. These veter-
ans also might need to provide


place of discharge, last unit of
assignment and place of entry
into the service. It will take
longer to process these requests.
Let the records center know
whether you are facing a crucial
deadline, such as closure on a
VA-guaranteed home loan.
This information should be
entered under "comments" in
the electronic form.
Your County Veteran


Service Center will be happy to
assist with processing these
requests online. The 2 Santa
Rosa Offices can be contacted at
the following:

Santa Rosa County Veterans
Service Office,
Milton - 626-8724
Santa Rosa South Service
Center
Gulf Breeze - 932-9508


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The sound of drums, the high note of trumpets should be
announcing the NEWS...
The Ninth Annual Senior Expo - is coming to town.
"When? Where?" are the questions that the seniors and vendors are asking.
Over 16,000 seniors, over the age of 65, live in Santa Rosa County.
Most of these folks are retired, but some are still working due to the ever-shrinking
value of the dollar. The nest egg stays as is. No more job changing or raise in
salary. So the Expo comes with vendors that can offer reduced cost necessities,
medical screenings, plus additional resources in the local area.


Organizers are currently reserving floor space, with a choice of rate schedules:
"Gold Partner" tables, which allow vendors to select a specific location for $300.
"Silver Partner" tables, which will be assigned for $225. As previously done,
different organizations may have a preferred spot, if they wish to maximize media exposure.




Specific requirements and privileges will be detailed in mailed brochures to the vendors.
Trained personnel will assist vendors from parking to the allocated tables, and throughout
the Expo. Although many volunteers contribute in making this annual Expo a success,
a warm thanks goes out to the main organizers:
* Brenda Roland, Director, Retired and Senior Volunteer Program
* Aleta Hoodless, Director, Community Marketing and Volunter Services, Santa Rosa Medical Center
Last year the Expo was held at East Milton Recreation Center.
Large, nice place but a bit too far for our seniors to reach. Santa Rosa Medical Center (SRMC)
and the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) have reached an agreement.

The place: Milton Community Center
5620 Byrom Street * Milton, FL
Thursday, February 15, 2007 8:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.


Lewis,
Roy E.
1928-2006
Roy E. Lewis, 78, of
Allentown, passed away on
Friday, December 1, 2006. Mr.
Lewis was born on October 12,
1928, in London, Kentucky. He
entered the U.S. Armed
Services in the years following
World War II, and serviced in
the Army Air Corp, the Air
Force, and later in the Navy. He
married Lois Creel and settled
in the Allentown Community.
where he was a farmer for over
50 years. He was a member of
the Calvary Baptist Church and
also attended the Hollandtown
Holiness Church.
He is preceded in death by
his wife-Lois Creel Lewis
Mr. Lewis is survived by
his wife-Cleo Nelson Lewis
of Allentown; son-Michael
Lewis of Severn, Maryland;
two stepdaughters-Margaret
Mayo of Mississippi, and Betty:
Evers of Milton; three broth-
ers-Robert Lewis of OH, Ray
Lewis of Sanford, FL, and John
Lewis of Tucson, AZ.
Funeral Services for Mr.
Lewis were held at 11:00 a.m.
on Monday . December 4, 20016.
at the Lewis Funeral Home in
Milton with Rev. Aaron
Gillman officiating. Burial fol-
lowed in the Calvary Baptist
Church Cemetery with Lewis
Funeral Home of Milton direct-
ing.
The family received friends
from 4 to 6 p.m. on Sunday,
December 3, 2006, at the Lewis
Funeral Home in Milton.

Samples,
SeanDavid
Sean David Samples, age
29, of Milton, Florida passed
away on , Wednesday,
November 22, 2006. Sean was-
borri in Ft. Rucker, Alabama,
and had lived in the Milton area
for a number of years. He was a.
student at the University of
West Florida and a member of
the A.T.O. Fraternity.
Sean is survived by his


father and mother-David
Williams Samples and Jean M.
Samples of Milton; two sis-
ters-Chelsea Hancock, and
Sjianna Hancock, both of Sierra
Vista, Arizona; grandparents-
Mollie Darcey, of Milton; Jack
B. Samples of Caseville,
Michigan, and Nelson and Mae
Hancock of Milton, FL; his
girlfriend-Maggie Adams of
Pensacola, and numerous,
aunts, uncles and cousins.
Memorial Services for Sean
were held at 1:00 p.m. on
Thursday, November 30, 2006
at the Lewis Funeral Home
Chapel in Milton with Rev. Dan
Hamel officiating and Lewis
Funeral Home directing.

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, No\ eiber 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
resident of Sania Rosa County.
She had attended Pensacola
Junior College and Troy State
University % here she received
herMasters 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 grandnmothert
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 lia -Tammy and
Neil Passmore; four precious
grandchildren-Zachary and
Leah Rutherford, .and Victoria
and Mary Ruth Passmore;


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mother-Ann Martin; sister-
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sisters in law-Pat and Alice
Peaden, and Ricky and Susan
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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 Milton
with Rev. Richard Bradley offi-
ciating. 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, John
Barnes, John Price, Dale
Peaden, Lee Peaden, and
Matthew Peaden.

Presley,
William 0. "Buddy"
1931 - 2006
William 0. "Buddy"
Presley, 75, of Jay, Florida,
passed away quietly at his
home, surrounded by his family
on Friday evening. November
24, 2006.
-Buddy was born September
12, 1931, in Lottie, Alabama.
He retired from West Florida
Agriculture Research Center
after 30 years of serx ice. 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
Jouephine (J.B.) Hudson; 11
grandchildren-Erik (Terri)
Leto, Nick Presley, Michael
Cotton, Vickie (Evan) Terrill,
Joshua Cotton, Sandy Presley,
Katrina (Sigward) Moerk,
Alicia Presle.. Shan Presle%.
Ja.ke Presle\. and Sie\en
' Denisei Hudson: 11 great
grandchildren, txwo brothers-
Roger iPats)) Presle), and Ra\
(Karen) Presle); 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."

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 Serenity Gardens Cemetery
with Lewis Funeral Home
directing. The family received
friends from 11:00 a.m. to
12:30 p.m. on Sunday,
November 26, 2006 at the
Lewis Funeral Home in Milton.


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3rd Annual Prayer Conference
Greater Nazarene Missionary Baptist Church in Evergreen,
AL will be having their 3rd Annual Prayer Conference on
Saturday, December 9, 2006 at 11 a.m. The Young Ladies Sunday
School Class will be hosting this event. The church's mission is to
help spread the message, the Kingdom of God must come first to
the hearts of man. The pastor is Dr. John 0. Meeks. Come join in
for this meeting with Youth Speakers at 1 p.m. for lunch at the J.
0. Meeks Family Life Center and 2 p.m. for the Garrison & Mason
Family free celebration. For more information contact Novella
Davis at 251-966-5707 or 251-966-2242.
Community Senior Luncheon
The Community Senior's Luncheon will be held at. Bagdad.
United Methodist Church on Tues., Dec. 12th. All Senior Citizens
are invited to attend. Lunch will be served at 11:00 am with enter-
'tainment provided by Rev. Steve Vanlandingham to follow.
Bagdad United Methodist Church is located at 4540 Forsyth Street
in the historic village of Bagdad in Milton.
Advent Mission tonight
St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church invites all to participate in
an Advent Mission which began at the church, 6451 Park Ave.
Milton on December 4, and continues tonight at 7 p.m.
Guest speaker will be Fr. Ed Flanagan O.F.M. Babysitting will
be provided. Come join us for a special time of grace, forgiveness
and healing.
Fidelis Community Singing
Fidelis Community Center will be holding a singing on
Friday, December 8, at 6:30 p.m. Scheduled to be there are Buddy
Bell, Sawgrass Revival, Sound & Spirit,and The Rowell Bluegrass
Band. There will be rooms opened for pickin so bring your instru-
ment. Come early and eat for $5.00 a plate. For more information,
contact Shorty Ryals at 476-2547.
Bagdad UMC to hold Yard Sale
Bagdad United Methodist Church will have a yard sale on
Sat., Dec. 9th beginning at 8:00 am. There will be lots of Christmas
items and decorations for sale. Bagdad UM Church is located at
4540 Forsyth Street in the historic village of Bagdad,, Milton, FL.
"The Lord is good unto them that wait for him..."
-Lamentations 3:25


Stephanie to be in concert


Stephanie Leavins will be Dogwood Dr., Milton. Pastor
in concert at Mt. Pleasant Charlie Bradshaw' invites
Baptist Church on Sunday, everyone to attend this special
December 10, at 11:00 a.m. The service. For more info call:
church is located at 6151 NW 626-0600 or 626-0696.
"The Gospel according to Scrooge..."
Milton First Assembly of God's Music/Arts department pre-
sents the full-length musical drama, "The Gospel According to
Scrooge." Dates and times %\ Il be Frida\. Dec. 15 at 7 p.m.and
Sunday, December 17, at 6 p.m. This heart'., manning production is
adapted :rcm the Charles Dickens classic "A Christmas Carol." it
is suitable for .-ll aes and admission is free. Please call the church
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Dear Pastor Gallups - "Chapter 19 of Revelation says that
all the people left on the earth after the rapture of the church will
eventually be destroyed, the antichrist, the false prophet and the
rest. If that is so, then who will be left on the earth when Jesus
and the saints come to rule and reign for 1000 years?" - P.L. -
Milton
Dear P.L.,
Your question is one that is asked often, but can be easily
answered upon a closer examination of the scriptures.
Chapter 19 does not say that ALL are destroyed. What it
does say is that the antichrist, the false prophet and ALL the
armies of the kings of the earth that lined up against the
Returning Christ at Armageddon were destroyed. The "rest of
them" --."destroyed"' means they died and went to "Hell" or
"prison" where they will await the Great White Throne of
Judgment along with the rest of History's rebellious.
Under God's Wrath-much of the earth is "laid bare" and
"destroyed by fire"...man\ people will die -(the church is
already raptured at this time) - so one would assume that those
who died went to Hell with the rest. But...there will be some
left alive - apparently all over the world.. .from all the nations.
In the book of Isaiah Chapter 24, (which is an entire chap-
ter about this "day") we find the same assurances that although
many are destroyed at the return of the Lord ...there are some
left as well. The books of Joel and Amos also declare this truth.
P.L., I would also advise you to read II Peter Chapter 3. Not
only does this chapter speak of this day and these things as well,
but it also admonishes those of us who know the Lord Jesus to
live "Holy and Godly" lives in light of this great Day of
Judgment that is sure\ coming upon the earth. I pray that some-
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By PAMELA HOLT
�Iress Gazette Staff Writer
Construction on Milton's
%iew firehouse will not begin as
planned, according to Mayor
3uy Thompson.
i* A complaint filed in the
First Judicial Circuit Court
against the City of Milton by
Thirteen different general con-
tractors, on behalf of the
association of General
Contractors of
4merica,(AGCA), seeks to
force the City to hire an outside
general contractor to build the
rehouse.
The plaintiffs filing against
hie City of Milton include: The
Sireen-Simmons Company,
inc., W. R. Johnson, Inc.,
specialtyy Contractors, Inc.,
,Ward Construction Company,
'Inc., F E. Booker Company,
Larry Hall Construction, Inc.,
Whitsell-Green, Inc., Gulf-
Atlantic Constructors, Inc.,
Vision Constrtction
Enterprises, Greenhut
construction Company, Inc.,
5ulf Coast Building
� contractors, Inc., Biggs-Green.
construction Services, Inc., and
leynolds Construction
4Company, Inc.
With the 'suit, Thompson
says the work will now depend
{n the court schedule.
"We were intending on sav-
ing taxpayers' money," he says.
He believes the City could
be hindered, if the judgment
works against the municipality
and could, possibly, be delayed
in building facilities in the
future by not being able to save
-money in the process.
"But we'll -investigate and
gain information from contrac-
tors," notes Thompson. He
stresses it is the City's job to
work to benefit the citizens of
SMilton, not contractors.
Fire Chief John Reble is
disheartened because he feels


Milton desperately needs a new
firehouse now.
"We're at a standstill. I
can't add to our fire apparatus
and we've curtailed our educa-
tion program because of the
condition of the current facility.
I feel it is a liability. We've
dragged it on for so long only to
have it held up again, it's so dis-
appointing. Unfortunately,
there's not a thing we can do
because of the hold up," says
Reble.
Johnny Baggett,
Construction Manager for the
City of Milton, who the City
Council voted to allow to man-
age the project, says the only
difference with the decision to
not have an outside contractor
is they wouldn't oversee the
whole job.
"General contractors could
bid on the jobs as subs," says
Baggett, "on each portion. The
CI\ is planning on bidding out
"each' phase, to general contrac-
tors as it stands now."
City Attorney Roy Andrews
says he feels the actions made
by the city were appropriate.
"The.statute says any con-
struction in excess of $200,000
needs to be handled by compet-
itive bid unless the City goes
through a public hearing. The
Council voted to give it under
the� supervision of Johnny
Baggett, -who is a licensed,
insured registered contractor,"
says Andrews.
He feels the AGCA wants
to protect its profit margins
which, according to Andrews,
is an estimated 30%.
"The taxpayers have to pay
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While the AGCA attorney
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press time, Director Jim
Woodall says several contrac-
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the Association, but it's not a
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dogs and it was time for a new addition. Meanwhile, this pet owner gives "voice" to her Papillon in the
"all bark and no bite" contest. It was all part of the Santa Rosa County Animal Services' 4th Annual
Adopt-a-Thon. Officials say the event surpassed all expectations of adoption. In all, 53 pets found new
homes.
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reins of Baptist Hospital


A Milton man is taking over
as head of a Pensacola hospital.
Mark T. Faulkner has been
appointed administrator of
Baptist Hospital, Baptist Health
Care's nationally renowned
flagship facility.
Faulkner assumes leader-
ship responsibility for the 492-
bed hospital and its surrounding
campus after two years as its
chief operating officer. He also
becomes a senior vice president
for the Baptist Health Care.
organization.
SA member of the American
A college of Healthcare
executives, Faulkner first
joined Baptist Health Care as
an administrative resident in
1993. He held progressively
larger roles within the organiza-
tion, including five years as the
administrator at Jay Hospital,
before becoming Baptist
Hospital's vice president of
Operations in 2004.
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Milton resident Mark Faulkner is
the new administrator of Baptist
Hospital in Pensacola.

ter's degree in health adminis-
tration from University of
Alabama-Birmingham!, where
he graduated first in his class.
He also holds a graduate certifi-
cate in gerontology and a bach-
elor's degree in health care


management from University
of Alabama.
Honored by the American
College of Healthcare
Executives as its 2002 Young
Healthcare Executive of the
Year, Faulkner is a graduate of
Leadership Pensacola, a former
president of Tri-City Rotary
Club and a former board mem-
ber of Santa Rosa Educational
Foundation. He currently serves
as board member for United
Way of Escambia County and
as a deacon for First Baptist
Church in Milton.
"Mark ,is an innovative
leader with extensive knowl-
edge of and a strong commit-
ment to our organization and
the" people in our community,"
said Al Stubblefield, president
of Baptist Health Care. "I am
confident in his ability to guide
Baptist Hospital in fulfilling our
vision of becoming the best
health care system in America."
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DCA grants (Department of
Community Affairs), which are
,given to communities based on
how many jobs will be creat-
ed," says Thames.
Anderson says focusing on
smaller business/industries is a
good idea because TEAM does-
n't think placing all their eggs
in one basket is a sound con-
cept.
"We'd rather focus on 10
companies with 50 employees
than one company with 500
employees. This way, it is
much easier to weather: a
changing economy.
"Four-five years ago,
everyone wanted a microchip
processing company. Now they
don't. Technology has changed
so fast," says Anderson.


By PAMELA HOLT
Press Gazette Staff Writer
,. Bringing business incen-,
i es to the City of Milton ranks
tfigh -on most residents' list of
priorities.
Gale Thames, Chair of
.Iilton's Economic
Development committee, and
Pindy Anderson, Executive
Director for TEAMI Santa Rosa,
both agree... incentives are
"doable" and worth the effort in
,ringing smaller companies
which h weather a changing tech-
ioloe and a variable economy.
:" Thames says she is actively
looking into business incentives
to encourage business owners
tObegin v.orking 'i hL thhe city
limits.


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"The first incentive the
committee is working on is
starting a, 'business-friendly'
permitting process. This is
important because it's the first
contact a person has with the
City and County. We want it to
be a smooth process and the
City is currently addressing this
issue," explains Thames.
Another incentive is the
"loan pool," where several
banks would cooperate in set-
ting aside low-interest money
for businesses, wanting . to
.expand.
"Then there's the ad val-
ourm tax exemption option for
short terms-after the business
is secure, they would begin to
pay the normal tax rate. We're
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2,600 crosses honor those fallen. in Iraq, Afghanistan


By PAMELA HOLT
Press Gazette Staff Writer
On the corner of Highway
89 and Magnolia are 2,600
small, white crosses. Each rep-
resents a life given for freedom
in a war fought over the sea in
Afghanistan or Iraq. Each cross
contains the name, rank, branch
of service and date of death of,
one who gave his or her life.
On some, a faded, laminat- .
ed photograph of a loved one-
dressed in military fatigues sit-
Ling on a large tank or standing


in a dessert-hangs around the
cross and quietly sways in the
breeze.
According to Pastor Fred
Rogers and Pastor Dusty
Roberts of Milton First
Assembly of God, the memori-
al travels to different cities
throughout the country to
memorialize the fallen. Milton
First Assembly is the fifth
church in the nation to display
the crosses, Pennsylvania being
the state of origin.
Rogers arranged for the
displaN named Freedom is


Never Free, to be delivered at
5840 Dogwood Drive.
"The purpose of this
memorial is to celebrate our
freedom," says Roberts, "not to
protest in any way. We are
thankful to the owner, Fred
Vigodsky, for allowing us to
use his property."I
The memorial: is set up in
chronological order, says
Rogers, although it is not com-
plete., .
' "We need help to update the
display, " explains Rogers, "we
need about three to- 400 more


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like to help. they only cost $10
per cross. It sends a positive
message to the community."
One soldier, David. G.
Weimorts. Marine Corps of
Crestsiew. killed on August 2.
is memorialized in the display:.
and a cross %%as tecentl erected
for Pace resident Ketin J.
Ellenburg. Arm\y Pfc., killed
November 21-just \,.eeks ago.
Rogers says. 'just like
Mlilton i- \er, thankful for the
8-42nd coming home. we want


to give' honor and respect to
those who won't be coming
back.
"As Jesus said, 'Greater
love hath no man. but to lay,
down 'his life for his friends,"'
quotes Rogers.
All labor and effort taken to
stake andc1ine the crosses was'
volunteered, says Roberts,. and
many of the volunteers were
teens from the Nouth group.
eager in -help. out. � 'I.
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First Assembly. would lend a.
helping hand in straightening.
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Alabama armed and helped for,
a daN\.
Rogers says. "Our hearts go
out to all the families \%ho ha\e"
lotq a lo'ed one in this %%ar on.-
terrorism and \\e v.ant to show
our appreciation to the memnort
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named top doc


The Florida Medical
Association (FMA) has named
Dr. Richard Slevinski of Pace
the 2006 recipient of the Roy
M. Baker, M.D. Award for
Outstanding Leadership in the
Provision of Emergency
Medical services by a Physician
or Layperson.
The award will be present-
ed to Slevinski at the Escambia
County Medical Society's
Annual Ball on Jan. 20.
Slevinski has served
patients in the Emergency
Department at Sacred Heart
Hospital in Pensacola for six
years. He also serves as associ-
ate medical director of
AIRHeart, Sacred Heart's air
ambulance service. For the past
20 years, Slevinski. has served
as Florida's Finer2enc',
Management Services (EMS)
medical director. He de'. eloped
the concept of EMS medical
direction in Florida and is
active in EMS long-term plrn-
ning on the state level. Dr.
Slevinski also is the medical
director for Florida Dij�ater
Medical Assistance Team,
Florida DMAT-1.
"- I am honored by the
thoughtfulness of, my col--
leagues for this recognition.'"
sa)s Slevinski. "I halie been
luJ\k', to work with many
skilled people these past 30
years in the development of our
field. We must continue to rec-
(,.'n/zer nie trends *in patient
care and use education to pre-
pare our emiiergenc\ respon-
ders." .
Slevinski has been instru-
mental in leading the develop-
ment of emergency and disaster
rcspnn-e in Florida and the
11 t[I.n He remains active in
Trauma Center development,,
helping to write and implement
t.i'nd.,irdJ iii use b ETMS today..
Slevinski helped .develop
the concept of Medical


Direction for EMS Systems. He
was the author of the first
course to teach doctors the prin-
ciples of EMS Medical
Direction. It was developed in
Florida and has been adopted as
the official training course of
the Nationjl .Association of
EMS Ph sician_. In the 1991.1s,
he became interested in
improving stroke care and led
the statewide committee that
deielhoped the concept of using
cloL-buster drugs for strokes
and developing ;rroke care as a
s\, em response tLhat starts with
patient recognition and ends
l. n. time\ care in stroke cen-
ters. Florida had the first
statewide stroke care protocol
in 1997 - years ahead of the
nation. In 2000, Slevinski was
recognized. nationally by the
Nmerican Stroke Association as
the, "Stroke Advocate for the
Year."
The Roy M. Baker Award
was established in 1995 by the
FMA House of Delegates to be
given to a physician or ]1a per-
son whose efforts' hae greall'
contributed to the proteLtioln.
health and safety of the citizens
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ByPre NNs Ga St ritr By PAMELA HOLT
Preis Ga(P.Sta77s G ttff t Start Writer
Pr--- Gazerte Sta!1 1///iier
Se ma\. not hold a
valid driver's
license, but , the
i �Georgia boy can sing a good
song...and he's coming to the
Imogene Friday night.
Doors open at the Imogene
for two free concerts at 7:30
and 9 p.m. This corresponds
-with the grand opening of his
, father's coffee shop at
Blackwater Joe's on Caroline
Street, and Dragonfli Galler.'s
I have to believe .tome peo- Galleria Nights from 5 'til 9
pie lihe their lives like they p.m Blackwater Joe's and
drive. The manner in %which Main Street Milton sponsor the
drivers handle their vehiclee concerts.
MUST reflect the way the- see Maurice Starr discovered
the %world Chase Mitchell. a 16 Near-old
There is no other explana- country. western singer at the
tion. tender age of in Atlanta. Starr
We all know traffic in this is credited to discovering and
county .is a pain. We are creating the popular groups
ensnarled in cones and lane Ne%' Kids on the Block and
fierges, bridges being recon- New Edition.
siructed and just not enough Since his discover\,
alernatie routes. Mitchell traveled throughout
But with all that consid- the east coast, from Phillips
ered. I hate to note people do Arena in Atlanta to the
the dumbest things when the\ Jackson\ille Amphitheatre.
are behind the %wheel-even in His most recent opening
the best of conditions,. credits include Jason Aldean in
And this can't just be hap- Macon. Georgia. Hot Apple Pie
opening to me. in MN1rtle Beach. South
For example. w\hy does a Carolina. and Gary Nichols in
car sitting on a side road w ait- Augusta. Georgia. He currently
ing to pull into traffic, cat me has two CD's on the market and
off when I'm the ONLY CAR Keith Urban wrote one of the
IN SIGHT. Can they not plan new\ hits.
for 30 seconds into the future? Mitchell credits growk ing up
1, there no hope the 1'11 e\er -'et in the ,south to hi' lo e of
out if the\ don't cut off and "southern country rock."
nearly crash into the onlI other because of this he says lie era\ -
person on the road? stated naturally to this particular
Ho%\ about the corner of genre
Hw\. 90 arid Glover Lane? "'l"e alas loved to sing."
Some drivers use the merge sa\s Mitchell. "I'm a junkie for
lane going toward Pace as a it."
STOP SIGN. Look around peo- He says his inspiration
pie NOTHING SAYS STOP. comes from a motley group of
Granted, a right hand turn on performers: 38 Special. Lynard
red requires a stop. but %when Skynard, Tim McGra%%. Garth
there is a designated turn and Brooks. John Melloncamp and
merge lane. a little planning and Johnny Cash.
a glance o\er the left shoulder "I used to stud\ people on
could prevent traffic on Glover stage in videos. like Brooks. as
Lane from backing up to if there were eoing to be a test
Hamilton Bridge Rd.-espe- and mrn life depended on it. NM.
cially IF THE LIGHT IS Mom used to come into mN
GREEN room at night and make me turn
Getting stuck on Interstate off theT.V . but Ilak% aa\s snuck
10, eastbound, trying to get it back on." says Mitchell.
ever what is left of the "Every time I got into m\
iscambia Bay Interstate Bridge dad's truck when I % as grow ing
i, one of the most frustrating up, he 'vas listening to John
experiences. Especially if you Melloncamp's Pink Houses or
are in the right-hand lane, stuck Jack and Diane." explains
behind people letting drivers Mitchell He says his father
cut in line. To watch 50 cars grew up in a small to\wn in
-pass by on the left while my car Indian,. telling him about the
htas only moved six inches is arming crisis and listening to
insane. I applaud 18-wheeler songs like Rain on the
drivers who use their trucks to Scarecrow. Blood on the Plow'
drive slowly and prevent cars Johnny Cash's honest\
from doing that. influenced country music in a
Impatience is a killer. I've powerful was. says Mitchell
personall. seen many close "I admire people \\ho can
calls occur at red lights when be IlricallI hone-st about their
drivers are trying to cut across life and stand firm for w hat the\
fast-moving traffic. The worst believe no matter w hat the
intersections for this problem in cost. He fought a lot of demons
northern Santa Rosa County are in his life and his music %%as his-
on HUv. 90 at Woodbine Road,
Bell Lane, and GIover Lane.
Accidents occur at one of these
intersections several times a
week.
And when someone com- By Molly Parsons
pletely blows a red light while Press Gazette Advice Column
I'm sitting waiting for my turnmGetdco n
to go..well, that one just plain
scares me. There have been so Dear Molly:
many times, if I hadn't taken It's the Christmas season
five seconds to wait before and every year my wife and I
.entering the intersection to look argue about how much we will
both ways-even with the spend on family and friends.
green light staring me in the My wife wants to buy-buy-buy
face-I probably would have and I want to stay within a tight
died along with the occupants budget. I understand everyone
of my car. wants to make everyone's
SIt's just not wortonh it. dreams come true, but we have
Some people live their lives to pay the bills too.
with blinders on. I wish they. How can I make her under-
wouldn't drive that way. stand? You always talk about
' communication, but I'm trying
Story written b. Lynne to talk to her and she just won't
Hough. Reach her at: relate to what I'm saying. She


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last weekend after


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Thanksgiving-and we've people who are wizards when it
Thanksgll weng-and we've comes to teaching couples how
fought allto plan and understand about
Scrooge spending habits.
Dear Mr. Scrooge: t sounds as though your
Dear Mr. Scrooge: wife wants to have a nice sea-.
I have to say it-you aren't wife wants to have a nice sea
have tosay it-youarent son for everyone and she enjoys
alone. Many people have finan- giving. Suggest other means of
cial woes this time of year. giving-like working at one of
While you didn't relate to me the charities, who need help this
specifics about how you feel time of year. Doing so cost
about the season, I'm going to nothing but your time.
assume you enjoy giving, as
does your wife. Dear Molly:
Planning ahead for the hol- I am building a home for
iday is always a smart thing, the first time. I'm 28 years-old,
although it doesn't help you and I'm single. I am a profes-
now we're in the midst of the signal person so I have plenty
crunch. signal person so I have plenty
crunch. of money to spend on the home,
You said .you've tried.talk- but I've run into a touchy situa-
ing but to no avail.. .have you tion with my family..
thought about talking with a I've purchased furnishings
financial counselor? There are for my house and spared no


expense. My family, however,
thinks my spending is extrava-
gant, and they won't leave me
alone about it.
My sister has called me
selfish but I can't see that doing
what I want with' my own proj-
ects would affect her or anyone
else in my family.
Stormin' Steven
Dear Storm
I am happy you are in the
position to build a home you
have always dreamed of. Being
single, this puts you in a posi-
tion to do as you want. Maybe
in the future you will find a
spouse and share the blessings
you now enjoy.
As for your family, they
just want to see you do the right
thing-I assume. Jealousy is an
emotion which could eventual-


ly lead to bitterness. Point out
to your sister-in as nice a way
as possible-the cost of your
project isn't coming out of her
pocket so you don't understand
the problem. Be direct but not
cruel in your conversation.
This is obviously bothering you
so get it off your chest and con-
front the. green-eyed monster
that is tormenting your sister.
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.

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Parsons. Reach her at:
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biaanch of physical rehabilita-
tite medicine that helps people
regain their independence. It.
combines the rebuilding of the
fibe and gross motor skills
essential in day-to-day living.
Shauna Hughes, an occu-
pational therapist at Jay
Hospital, works with patients,
both in the hospital and with
those who requiring outpatient
treatment, to restore them to
tl(eir fullest degree of independ-
ence. The therapy she provides
helps patients build strength
and increase fle\ibilIti. She


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r How To Replace Lost
Military Records
A military discharge paper
is otficiall\ called a Report of
Separation, or DD Form 214.
These papers are required for
most veterans benefits, includ-
ii4g: claims for compensation or
pension; a veteran's guaranteed
hme loan; health care at a U.S.
DEepartment of Veterans Affairs
clinic or hospital; low cost pre-
scription drugs through the VA;
aid burinal at a veterans ceme-
tery.
. To request the form online,
g@ to:
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ais/evetrecs/http://www.archiv
es-.gov/veterans
; When filing electronical-
1o. , ou must mail or fax the sig-
nature verification form provid-'
ed online within 20 days. The
veteran, or the next of kin of a
decea'.ed veteran, must ,gn
and date all records request,


also retrains patients to perform
tasks. such as pouring on shoes.
in a a.as that is safer and less
harrmtul to the bod.. Guided b%
physician orders, she teaches'
patients ho\\ 1to properly com-

A massive 1973 fire in the
records center destroyed mil-
lions of files of Army and Air
Force veterans, primarily those
\ho served in World \\Wu II, the
Korean War and, in some cases,
the Vietnam War. These veter-
ans also might need to pro\ ide
place of discharge, last unit of
assignment and place of entry
into the service. It will take
longer to process these
requests,
Let the records center know
whether you are facing a crucial
deadline, such as closure on a
VA-guaranteed home loan.
This information should be
entered under "comments" in
the electronic form. .-
Your County Veteran
Service Center will be happy to
assist with processing these
requests online. The 2 Sanrta
Rosa Offices can be contacted
at the following:
Santa Rosa County
Veterans Service Office
%; NTilton - 626-8724
.Santa Rosa South Service
Gulf Breeze - 932-9508


plete tasks effectiiel\ and effi-
ciently and " without pain.
Huthes evaluates and
reports patients' progress .to
physicians so treatment plans
can be accessed and modified if
necessary. Ultimniaelk this team
approach between the therapists
and the physicians benefits the
patients. The process applies to
patients requiring physical ther-
ap\.
Ja\ Hospital offers com-
prehensi\e physical rehabilitj-
tron treatment con\ enient to the,
people of Escambia Count) and
north Santa Rosa County. Care
is provided in the Baptist
Health Care affiliate's nev Iv
remodeled and fully-equipped
department located behind the
hospital. A ph) sician's order is
required for physical and occu-
pation therapy. For more infor-
mation, call 675-8040
Shauna Hughes is a 1997
graduate of Jay High School.
She 'earned, her bachelor's
degree in occupational therapy
at the University of South
Alabama. Hughes and husband
Rob live in Milton. "I chose the
occupational therapy field
because I wanted to help people
do what they want and need to
do to live better. It is very
rewarding," said Hughes. "And
working with the staff at,Jay,
Hospital-they know the true
meaning of teamwork."


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Tired of the Rate Race?

Low pay, no pay?

The Education Opportunity Center can help you upgrade
your education leading to better pay job opportunities. The
EOC can help you:

* File for and understand federal financial aid;
* Understand the COLLEGE admission process;
* Help getting your GED
* Find the career that's best for you;
* Select a school and program of study.
* Many Sites Available To Serve You.

We also provide personal counseling, referrals to useful
resources, and basic technology training. Services are freeI
for modest income Florida residents of Escambia and Santa
Rosa Counties who seek to enter school.
Visit our website at ,
www.educationalopportunitycenter.org





Outreach sites in Navarre, Warrington, Ensley, Century,
Evening hours Monday & Tuesday in Escambia County
The EOC is a federally funded program of
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Office of Federal TRIO Programs.
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Community

Beautification Award

goes to Bagdad resident

Partnership awards first
semiannual beautification .-. ,., v..
award
The Bagdad Waterfronts .
Florida Partnership last week
awarded its semiannual beauti-
fication award to Bagdad resi-
dent Carey Allen for his ongo- l i,,u
ing home be'autification-efforts.
The Partnership's
Community Award Program is
awarded on a quarterly basis
with nominations that include
separate awards for beautifica-
tion and historic preservation
efforts. To nominiiate a home in
Bagdad for the Connmmunit
Award Program, contact the e,
Partnership office at 981-9915 ,e.a..coon
or by email at " -
BagdadWaterfront@bellsouth.n
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Bagdad resident Carey Allen, standing in front of his family home.


Congressman Miller's holiday message.,


Every year the Holiday
Season seems to creep up on us
earlier and earlier. This week in
Washington, the last of the col-
orful fall foliage was falling off'
the cherry trees around the tidal
basin and as I write this, a cold
front is moving through the
area, whisking autumn out and
bringing winter in. It's begin-
ning to look and feel a lot like
- the Holiday Season.
Vicki and I. have always
enjoyed this time of year.
Though hectic, it is always fes-
tive and beautiful. Seeing
friends, acquaintances, family,
and especially our grandchil-
dren is well worth the endless
hustle and bustle ot the season.
We make it a point to take time
to reflect on the gifts ahd graces
that God has bestowed onr our


family and us.
As Americans, we have so
much to be thankful for. We are
able to wake up every day in a
country where freedom, liberty,
and justice are guaranteed. We
do not have to fear for our safe-
ty based on our, religion, gen-
der, or the color of our skin. We
can worship the God of our
choosing, gather with family,
and disagree with our govern-
ment without fear of execution.
We have food on our tables,,
roofs over our heads, and
clothes on our backs.
In many countries around
the world, the precious gifts
that we take for granted are not,
e\en iniin:'ible Our milit.ii\
is working on bringing the
blessing. of America to people
around the world, that they too


can enjoy the comfort of not,
living in fear or desperation.
Many of the men and women in
our Armed Forces will not get
the opportunity to celebrate thb
holidays with their families thigh
year. I ask that you remember
them and their families in 3 our
prayers and give thanks for thd
sacrifices they are making in
the name of democracy. -
I feel so blessed to repre-
sent such an abundant area with
such a devout group of people,
The men and women in District
1 are the heart of our nation',
steeped in family values,
respect for God, and patriotism
for -our country. Thank you fot
allowing me to serve you for
another two years. Vicki andI.
wish you a gracious and happy
Thanksgiving.


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Discover
Columbus Replica Ship
'Nina' to visit Pensacola
'. On Friday, December 22,
the "Nina," a replica of
Columbus' favorite ship will
4pen in Pensacola. The ship
Will be docked at the Palafox
ier Marina, 997 S. Palafox,
Until her departure early
Tuesdayy morning, January 2nd,
9007.
^ Built- completely by hand
ind without the use of any
power tools, Archaeology mag-
azine called the ship "the most
historically correct Columbus
replica ever built." The crafts-'
tanship of construction and the
details in the rigging make it a
truly fascinating visit back to
the Age of Discovery. The


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Veteran's Day
A Veteran is a person who
is brave and courageous, a per-
son who risked their life every-.
day for us and their country,
and believes that they will fight
'till the end'.
, My dad is a Veteran. He is
in the Army Special Forces, he
is an E9 Sergeant Major. He
was deployed for 8 months in
Afghanistan. While he was
there, he won many awards for
leading missions. But whether
or not people win awards, they
are still all heroes.
I believe that all men and
women that have fought for our
country and our freedom are
heroes. Whether they're in the
Air Force, Navy, Army, or
Marine. they all risked their
lives for every single one of us.
And I am thankful for that. And
so I ask myself again, "What is
a Veteran?" A Veteran is a hero!
By Emma M. Ayala


the


'Nina' was used in the produc-
tion of the film '1492' starring
Gerard Depardieu and directed
by Ridley Scott,
"The 'Nina' was built in
Bahai, Brazil by the Columbus
Foundation, which is based in
the British Virgin Islands.. The
ship has been touring continual-
ly since 1992 as a 'sailing
museum' for the purpose of
educating the public and school
children on the caravell', a
Portuguese - ship used by
Columbus and many early
explorers to discover the world.
. While in port, the general
public is invited to visit the ship
for a walk aboard self-guided
tour every day of the week. The
prices are $5.00 for adults;


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'Nina Ship


$4.00 for senior citizens, and
$3.00 for students. Children 4
and under are free. The ship
will be open every day from 9
a.m. to 6 p.m. No reservations
are necessary. Teachers or
groups wishing to schedule a
30-minute guided group tour
with a. crew member can call
the ship at 1-787-421-0402, or
email columfnd@surfbvi.com.
Minimum of 15 . Visit our web-
site at www.thenina.comj for
additional information. The
ship arrives on Thursday,
December 21, and,there will be
a private viewing of the ship for.
the media afier docking.


and


for Veteran's


Hail the mighty Veterans,
So proud, and strong and
true!
They fought for this whole
country,
And won battles for me and
you.
Salute to the mighty
Veterans,
Be sure to stand up straight,
Respect the mighty
Veterans
Who we appreciate.
Respect the might Veterans,
For they know what we for-


Day


Our honor, pride and loyal-
ty,
Without them we'd be lost.
Cry for mighty Veterans,
Whose friend's lives were
lost,
Being someone's hero
Has a hefty cost.
So smile for mighty
Veterans,
Whom we all celebrate,
And smile mighty Veterans
For you battled against fate.
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Quilt's donated to 60 residents at Sandy Ridge Care Center.J
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Wednesday-December 6, 2006


Piecemakers Quilt Guild
donated lap robes for all 60 res-
idents of Sandy Ridge Care
Center. The group has been
sewing their precious gifts for
Sandy Ridge for several years
and this year it just so happened
that their delivery of goods was
when our weather dropped to
30 and below...Jack Frost had
made an appearance the morn-
ing they brought the cozy warm
blankets to the nursing home
facility. Nellie Cain, Grace
Gentry, and Micki McGriff rep-
resented the group with the
delivery and really enjoyed
passing them to, several resi-
dents at Sandy Ridge. They
were sure to share that they had
many dedicated and talented


members in their group. The
residents utilize these lap robes
daily, but especially during the
cold season. "The Piecemakers
.group have added ties to one
end of the lap robes to help
keep them in place as residents/
spend much of their daytime .
hours in wheelchairs in the
nursing home environment."
Many residents transfer their
quilt to their bed...of course,
we all love a good homemade
quilt to wrap up in. Thanks to
the Piecemakers Quilt Guild
our residents at Sandy Ridge
Care Center will be wrapped up
with warmth and love. Sandra
Heath, Activity Director, Sandy
Ridge Care Center. Piecemakers Quilton Guild shared a special lap robe quilt with Alma
Bell, resident of Sandy Ridge Care Center.


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Nellie Cain, Grace Gentry,
Micki McGriff of the SRC |
Piecemakers Guild delivered 60
lap robe quilts made with love Realt
for the residents at Sandy Ridge


Care Center.


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Board of
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food was a success
The Santa Rosa County
Board of Realtors began col-
lectine food items on the first
of October for our first annu-
al food dn\e for needN fami-
lies in our community. This
drive has been \ern re%%ard-
ing and a great honor to pro-
%ide Thanksgijing meals to
families a ho need a little
help.
We collected 631 food
items, enough food to prepare
5 HUGE food baskets that
% ill be delivered just in time
for Thanks gi ing.
Each Realtor. Broker or
Agency had a contest to see
ho"\ man\ food items could
be collected for donation.
The oer-aIl \%inner %as Ann
Grimes utih Adams Homes
of Northwest Florida \%ho
collected 210 items at
Thousand Oaks Subdi ision
in Pace. FL. Wa\ to go
Adams Homes!
If Nou would d like to
donate any can goods call
A.ngle at the Santa Rosa
Board of Realtors at 850-623-
5309. \%e \\ill make sure a
familN receives \our dona-
tions.
\\e \ish ou all a Safe
and Happi Thanksgi\ ing!


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Audry Platt & Russell
Broxson, a .daughter, Kaitlyn
Leigh Broxson, born Monday,
October 23, 2006.
Shanna K. & Duane L.
Turner, a daughter, Grace
Elizabeth Turner, born
Tuesday, October 24, 2006.
Ginger R. & Samuel M.
Williamson, a daughter,
Cheyenne Michall Williamson,
born Tuesday, October 24,
2006.
Cynthia & Thomas Collins,
a daughter, Aliya Illiana
Collins, born .Wednesday,
October 25, 2006.
Samantha & Samuel Crum,
a daughter, Isabella Kimberlee
Anne-Marie Crum, born
Wednesday, October 25, 2006.
Tonya & Joseph Dupont, a
daughter, Annabelle Renee
Dupont, born Wednesday,
October 25, 2006,
Angela & Alan Hatcher, a
son, Ryan Anderson Hatcher,


born Thursday, October 26,
2006.
Virginia M. & Charles E.
Montgomery, a son, Hayden
Lee Montgomery, born
Tuesday, October 31, 2006.
Wyndy M. & Dwight
Lambert, Jr., a song, Dewight
Chilton Lambert, born
Wednesday, November 1, 2006.
Mandy D. & Matthew C.
Tolliver, a daughter, Brooke
Lynn Tolliver, born Wednesday,
November 1,2006.
Marsha E. Rushing & Jose
Waitman, a daughter, Mya
Makia Waitman, born Friday,
November 3, 2006.
Sherarose Pittman & Jeff
Bogden, a son, Mason Bogden,
born Monday, November 6,
2006.
Gwen Willis & Willie
Morrell, Jr., a son, Landon
Brice Morrell, born Tuesday.
November 7, 2006.,
Jennifer Berry & James


Lichliter, a son, Ashton James
Lichliter, born Wednesday,
November 8, 2006.
Megan Davies & Dillan
Fretwell, a son, Christopher
Fretwell, born Wednesday,
November 8, 2006.
Lana Creech. & Joseph
Johnson, a daughter, Alena
Shae Johnson, born
Wednesday, November 8, 2006.
Amanda Bynum &
Raymond Wood, a daughter,
Emily Christine Wood, born
Thursday, November 9, 2006.
Brandy & Christopher
Roddenberry, a son,
Christopher Aaron
Roddenberry, Jr., born Friday,
November 10, 2006.,
Sarah & David Perry, a
daughter, Dorothy Perry, born
Sunday, November 12, 2006.
Crystal & Steven Mcllree, a
daughter, Brooklin Mellree,
born Tuesday, November 14,
2006.


Community

Lap Band and Other

Weight-Loss Surgery Techniques

are Topic of Seminaron Dec.14


Dr. Jeffrey L. Lord, a spe-
cialist in laparoscopic %%eight ..
loss surgery . will present
"Weight Loss Surger): 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.
The only board-certified
bariatric surgeon in Northwest
Florida with advanced fellow-
ship training in weight loss sur-
gery, Dr. Lord serves as director
of the Sacred Heart Institute for
Surgical Weight Loss. He has
special expertise in minimally
invasive surgical weight loss
procedures.
Dr. Lord and the Institute


for Surgical WVeitih Loss can
perform tc\o t\pes 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 surgery
creates a bypass that reroutes
food around a
portion of the small intes-
tine.
The second, newer
approach performed at Sacred
Heart is adjustable gastric
banding. Using a laparoscope,
the surgeon places an inflatable
band around the stomach, cre-
ating a small upper pouch at


the top, with restricted passage
to the rest of the stomach. This
pouch fills quickly and creates a
feeling of fullness.
Dr. Lord and his staff pro-
vide comprehensive evaluation
of clinically obese patients to
determine their candidacy for
these life-changing procedures
as well as extensive
patient,,farruly educationto cre-
ate a foundation for a health\
lifestyle.
Reservations are required
for this free seminar. To make a
reservation
or to obtain more informa-
tion, please call (850) 416-1628
or visit
www.sacred-heart.org.


Convenient care with the Sacred Heart touch!
Sacred Heart Medical Park at Pace is proud to be your new neighbor. We're
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quality primary care to OB/GYN and other specialty physicians, to our state-
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For a primary care physician, call 416-5800
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Alexis Taylor Smith
Jason, Daniel, and Heather Barlow would like to welcome their new cousin, Alexis Taylor Smithl'The happy parents are Glenn and Angle
Smith. Grandparents are Mitchell and Betty Smith, and Alexis is the niece of Michelle and Steve Barlow.


Emily Frances
Bowers
Hello! My name is Emily
Frances Bowers and 'I was born
Tuesday, October 24, 2006. I
weighed 6 lbs. and 6 ozs. and
was 18 ? inches long. My
mommy and daddy's names are
David and Brandy Bowers of
Milton. I have a big sister
named Nadia who is very sweet
to me. I am the granddaughter
of Willard and Frances Helm,
Faye Bowers and Roger Pugh, all
of Milton, and Gordon and
Mary Bowers of Simonton, TX.
I have lots of aunts and uncles
who are very good to me and I
love them all very much!


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Samuel Caden Mayhew
Samuel Caden Mayhew arrived on Monday, October 30, 2006. The
happy parents are Samuel and Amanda Mavhev, formerly of Milton,
now residing in Macon, GA. The maternal grandparents are
Raymond P. Johnson, Sr. of Pensacola, and Rebecca Johnson of
Milton. The Paternal grandparents are Ronald and Marilyn Mayhew
of Milton. Caden became acquainted with all the family members
during the week of Thanksgiving when his parents brought him to
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Sports


Jingle Bell Open is
set to tee off Dec. 16
Stonebrook Golf Course
will hold the Jingle Bell
Open on Dec. 16 at noon.
This two person team
event , will feature ' part
scramble on holes 1-6, net
best ball on holes 7-12, and
shamble play on holes 13-
18.
Cost is $100 per nion-
member team and $80 per
member team including cart.
Milton city basketball
registration underway
, The City of Milton is hold-
ing basketball registration at the
Milton Community Center,.
Monday through Friday from 8
a.m. to 8 p.m.
: The Milton Community
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
through 8th grade.
Registration will continue
until .Dec. 1 or when the teams
are full.
For more information call
John Norton at 983-5466.
East Milton set to
start soccer program
East Milton Youth
Association will start registra-
tion for their ne' )oilth soccer
program on Jan. 13 from 9 a.m.
to 2 p.m.
Registration will be held
every Sturdad untll Il.-b 71.,
Fees for the program are $45
for U6 (co-ed), $50 for U8 boys
and U8 girls, $55 for U10 boys
and U10 girls, $60 for U12
boys and U12 girls, and $65 for
U14 and up boys and girls;.
Registration fees include a
complete unriforn- .shirt, shorts,
and socks).
Parents need to bring. their
child's birth ceruficate at the
,time of registration.
For more information con-
tact soccer director Art
Czerwien at 994-8510.
East Milton begins
baseball registrations
E' Fast Milton , Youth
Asocition 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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Milton on a

three-game

win streak
N Jay still in search
for win number one
Bi BILL GAMNBLIN
PG Sports Editor
The Lady Panthers of
Milton High School are riding a
three game winning streak as
they 3-2 in District 1-4A action.
On Saturday the Lady
Panthers traveled to West
Florida Tech and came away
victorious 45-26.
The Lady Panthers jumped
out early and took a 15-6 first
quarter lead.
That lead grew to 13 by
halftime. 28-15, and from there
it was all Milton.
Centrava Nettles led the
Lady Panthers with 12 points.
On Friday' Milton disposed
of Pine Forest 46-38.
Milton led 12-10 after the
first quarter but then went on a
15-4 spurt to take control at
ialftin'e 27-14.
The Lad- Eagles made a
run in the third quarter, but it
\ wasn't enough to catch Milton.
TeAneelo Williams led the
Lady Panthers in the game with
17 points.
On Thursday it asN Milton
defeating Navarre at home 54-
53.
The Lady Panthers fell
behind early on 13-6, but tied
the game at halftime 20-20.
In the third quarter the Lady
Raiders took a nine-point lead,
but to wouldn't be enough to
stop Milton.
The Lad: Panthers
out-,cored N. .onre 201- 1 In i the
Set,. GIRLS Ps,. 3D


Panthers are


on the prowl


S Central Jaguars improve


Milton's jeremv Tolbert is seen going up for two points in Friday's
win over Pine Forest at Panther Gym. Milton is currently riding a
three-game winning streak.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Johnson to become

a J D Lady Warhawk


By BILL GAMBLIN
PG _Ps Ed,,
\ hen KirbN Johnson ,start-
ed her senior \ear -it Milton an\i
thoughts of a scholarship
appeared to be a distant dre.am.
Jolhnson in as at her third
-high school in as many, \ers
and kept finding herself tr itng
to pro'.e her abilht\ nice lthe
was the ne.'. girl! on the teaim
N : '.' Johrison is I:,ol.:ing
for-u aid t-, rne t season, .js s.hc
will jioi tile Jefferson Dar II
Lad\ \\.irha-I ks \olle~bjl]
squad.
Johnon-i,, h',- plJ\ed the
front line for Milton head coclih
Lori .\nderson is expected to
make a big impact in Bre,. ton
next meson
SKirb', had i great trlt)ul
with us .iiid I jm e \Cited she
decided to pla, lo:ir ut .it
Jeller-on Da'. ' s'id JDC(_
head coach Mli-t NIil' "\\e


Kirby Johnson
Milton HS Volleyball
Signed with:
Jefferson Davis
expect her to make a huge and
iTiniediate iinpact on the tediil.
-"\e are real excited about
ha\ ing her at .lefferson D).. is."
Johnson herself !4 e'clted
about the oppoillunit she is
hemino Oi\en
"I got a phone call fromI hei
earlier tli.it I expected." aid
Si.. JOHNSON. Pq. -D


Mitchem was more

than a Gospel Project
B3 BILL G\NIBLIN
PG , E.''. Eh
BP , e l .l ,' a%,, nleint a
gre.at deal to Btirn', N Itcieni
but he didn"l kno,.\ it -.ould
help him make the hib'get tran-
sition of h, 0, 1ounti' tlc.
The tormver Gio pel ProIletL
All-Star v. duld mo'.e [.-
Mchill .anI aId Lue the 2anmic" f
baseball t o ialke rIleild- ill1I.,
ne ho'. iOre of Farni.on ,.,
M 1-� . . .....
No ..'. [iht: I',,[fier N~lilI,-,rl ',
ident i.., . eottlil le.td,, t v, make
ne-. tricid Ii jTehal ha. --
signed .t -otl,.i.!ihp t, p ,t.1 i
the 11 [l ei l'11 D%,lDJ "101
F.-c, c, ir
"Thi-. i- hi:- {,ori [or
m.u" ,aid lltielfi "*i'i-Ti, ha.,?
cOrlile 1 hIil ,- " ., I m,, iiice I
staIFtlnL pt.I, IL bh b.1e .i At I
Go peI Priilect ,-'itchem
5..N.IMITCHENI PC MD


i 4-0 in early
By BILL GAMBLIN
PG Sports Editor _________
Milton continued their win-
ning ways as they improved to
3-1 on the season and 2-1 in
District 1-4A with a 76-54 deci-
sion at home over West Florida
Tech.
The Panthers took an early
10 point led 18-10 and carried
that momentum through to half-
time as the) led 3 6-26.
After the break the Panthers
poured it on as; the) built their
lead to 19, 63-44. b\ the end of
the third quarter.
Milton then cruised on to
victor\ a. the\ hate 'Aon three
straight since dropping their
season opener to \\ashington
Adam Allen led Milton
with 21 points 'while Terrence
Mitchell and LeDre Bender
added 16 and 14 points respec-
tively.
On Friday the Panthers
defeated Pine Forest 57-44.
Pine Forest did their best to
control the action on Friday by
going: to ,a very deliberate
offense, but still trailed at half-
time 22-16. .
The third quarter proved to
be the unraveling of the Eagles
as a technical foul on its head
coach and another for a plaNer
not beinm entered into the book
led to a 17- 1 quarter for the
Panthers.


season action
:Milton also received a tech-
nical in the third quarter, but it
wasn't enough to help Pine
Forest.
Adam Allen led the way
with 17 points, while Jeremy
Tolbert led the way with six
assists.
Also rolling right along this
basketball season are the
Jaguars of Central High School.
Central improved to 4-0 on
the year with a 67-54 win o\ er
Escambia Charter
The Jaguars jumped out to a
19-13 lead at the end of the first
quarter and held on to lead at.
halftime 30-28.
Central then came out in the
third quarter and took over the
contest outscoring the - imitors
16-8 as they dominated ihe rest
of the game.
Keith Germann and Logan
Campbell proved to be a one-
two combination Escambia
Charter could not control as
they scored 22 points each.
Central on Thursday defeat-
ed S.L. Jones 56-20.
This was the third win in a
row by Central of 16 points or
more.
Leading the way for the
Jags in scoring was Germann
who had 21 points and nine
rebounds, while Campbell \ as
ne\t %\ith 14 point-s and 10
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Wednesday, December 6, 2006


Sports


Girls
ConinnuLd From Pag (O-nt
final quarter to take the \ in and
w hat wouldd be the start of a
three eame wt inning streak.
Nettles led winth w'ay %inth
11 points in the -win. %while
Meredith Pastucha, Mlegan
Stokes, and Parris Bretion
added nine points each.
Ja. .battled on Frida. as
they looked to notch their tirst
win, but it wasn't t meant to be as
Flornaton x\on 5R-51 in over-
time.
Jay (0-5) held a one-point
lead at the end of the third quar-
ter, 32-31, but Flomaton would d
force ov ertime
That is \\ here the LadN
Royals \%ere out gunned a.i
Flomaton outIcored Ja\ 13-h in
the extra period for the "in.
Jo\ Gand'i and Krista
Autrey each scored 13 points.
while Ta lor Doer added 10.
On Thursday Ja. sa ;a an
earl lead disappear in a 49-3,s
loss to Gulf Breeze
The Lady Royals led 13-11
after the first quarter and then it
was the Lady Dolphins the rest
ot the \\ a. as they took control
of the contest.
Autre\ led the wta\ for Jay
with 14 points.
Central improved to 3-1 on
the season as the\ defeated S.L.
Jones 49-16 Thursday.
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0 Pace shuts out Crestview in
By BILL GAMBLING Pensacola.
PG Sports Editor The final was 8-3 in favor of
Miltnn oi slkini for win the Tigers, but Milton responded


Milton goalie Matt Shouppe tried to keep as much of the action as he could in front of him during
Milton's 8-3 loss to Pensacola on Thursday.
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number two this soccer season, bui
they\. had a rough-time finding it
Saturday afternoon when they vis-
ited West Flonda Tech.
The Jaguars handed the
Panthers their skxth loss of the sea-
. son by a score of 7-0.
Panther goalie Josh Rozier has
a long day in net for Milton as he
recorded 23 saves while allowing
seen goals.
Taylor Lawrence and Ryan
Frazee each recorded hat tricks in
the win for West Florida Tech.
Milton managed three shots
on goal Saturday, which were
stopped by goalie Chris Kennedy.
On Thursday Milton did man-
age to score \when they faced


late with two goals.
"We finished strong in the last
10 minutes of the game." said
Milton head coach R%\an
Da\enpon.
Goals for Milton were scored
by Aziz. Dexter Simmons and
Stephen Gllis.
Man Shouppe played his first
game of the season in net for
Milton after Rozier received a yel-
low card in the first 10 minutes of
the contest.
Shouppe prove to be an added
weapon late in the contest as he
almost scored a couple of times on
free kicks himself.
"We decided that any free
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I Commulnity SportsResultsI-


Saturday Youth
MWinter League
Oops Alley
November 25, 2006

High Game Men: lohn Rigb', -
191
High Game Women: n a - n a
High Game Team: Fudpuckers -
529
High Series Men:, John Rigby -
502
High Series Women: n/a - n 'a
High Series Team: The Eagles -
1544
League Overall Standings: 1. The
Eagles 38-10, 2. Patriots 331.5.
16.5., 3. Fudpuckers 30-18, 4.'
Raiders 1 --31, 5. Psycho 14-30, 6.
A.C.T. 10.5-37.5.
Monday Night
Winter Mixed
Oops Alley
November 27, 2006

.High Game Men: Frank Sasport
Jr. - 256 . ,
High Game Women: Christy'
Jordan - 215
High Game Team: Damn 10 Pin
-812
High Series Men: Frank Sasport
Jr. - n/a
High Series Women: Diabne
Johnson - 533
High Series Team: Damn 10 Pin
- 2293
League Overall Standings: 1
Damn 10 Pin 32-16, 2. Frank's
Crew 31-17, 3. Little Leaguers.
29.5-18.5. 4. Strike Zone 27-21, 5.
D.I.L.L.I.CA.S 2"-21. 6 Fun Time
. Gang .25-23, 7. Fun Bunch 23.5-
24.5, 8. Incredibles 23-25, 9. 14-
Pound Balls 23-25 10. Redcm
\\'t-te.' and Blue 23-25 11. T\\o
.and Two 22.5-25 5, 12 Three
Bumrrn and Me 22-26 13. The
Dominanat Force 20-28. 1-1 Ne
Recruits 19-29, 15 Late Comers
19-29 16. Out of their Element
'1 7.5-30.5.

Leauge Notes: Top four male aver-
ages. belong to Frank Sasport Ir.
221, Danny Thompson 213,
Phillip Coleman 212, and Dan
Houser 198. Top four female aver-


ages belong to Sam Howell 161,
leanette Lo\\e 156. Lisa Houser
151, and Alice Burg 151.

Monday Morning
Alley Cats
Oops Alley.
November 27, 2006

High Game Women: Brenda
Gille\ and Beth Hinote - 173.
High Game Team: The Three
SAngels - 420
High Series Women: Brenda
Gille\ - 471 '
High Series Team: Basket Gems
* 1224

League Overall Standings: 1.
Back Alle\ Cats 33-15. 2. Scats
28.5-19.5 3. Basket Gems 24.5-
23 5, 4. Fit For Life 21-27. 5. The
Three Angels 20.5-27.5, 6. Kit Cats
16.5-27.5.' .

Tuesday Night
Church League
Oops Alley
November 22, 2006

High Game Men: Jay Johnson -
213
High Game, Women: Marette
Sopeis - 195
High Game Teami PCC - 649
High Series Men: Jim Lindberg-
571
High Series : Women: Betty
Hamm -489
High Series Team: Cinco Locos -
1 786

League Overall Standings: 1.
Cincbs Locos 42-18, 2. Bulldogs
35-21, 3. Misfits 35-25, 4. The
Cheeseburgers 33-27, 5. P.C.C.
32-28, 6. The Chosen Ones 29-
31, 7. The Revalators 26-34, 8.
Craz\' Eights 23-37, 9. Spare
Peaces 23-37, 10. The Bowling
Stones 22-38.
League Notes: Marette Sopris
won a USBC 180 patch award
forbowrling a 195 with an aver-
age of 126.
Tanglewood Country Club
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Weekly Results


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ton 7"-0

district tilt 2-0"
died by Shouppe," saS
Davenport. "He has a %ery strong
leg and it allow s us to send mol
guys into the offensive end.", -
On Friday Mldton's gir
dropped a 6-0 decision to Wes'
Florida Tech.
Milton 1-4-1 saw goal1
Tanva Cronin record 15 saves i
the loss.
Haliegh Spon recorded a hat.4-
mnck for the Lad\ Jags.
In other girls action Pad
defeated Crest\ ie\w 2-0. "
The Lady Patriots improved
to 10-2 on the season and 5-1 i
Dismct 1-5A. '
Alex PickrelJ and .Amac$
Steina%% ay were credited witi
goals for the Lady Patriots, w.hi.
Jessica Oram %\as credited wii
the assist.
10


Bakers Dozen Net ,
November 28, 2006
First Place: Nancs \%elch
Second Place: Dean \Williams ,
Third Place: Pats\ \\eekle', and
Sue Gibson

Stonebrook Golf Club
Ladies Golf Association ,
Weekly Results
Ladies Home and Home .
November 28, 2006 4

A.C Read ,
First Place: Doris Denton M
Second Place: Bett\ Summitt .
Solutia
First Place: T I. lenkins
Second Place: Doroth\ lohnson,
Third Place: Martha Hammann"
Glen Lakes
First Place: E elIn Moore 1
Second Place: Meriene Dubos'
Third Place: Jane Bampling
Osce '"
First Place: Rhonda Perrie ,
Second Place: L) nn Barbee ".
Third Place: Barbara Hollowayi
Stonebrook
First Place: Liz Ciles
Second Place: Bonnie Cook
Third Place: \nszie \\atson
Senic Hills
,First Place: \'. ian Buck
Second Place: Marjean Sample
Third Place: Pegg\ Hunter ,
FoMvood
First Place: Judy Beard
Second Place: Allison Mayer J
Third Place: Jan Lang
Birdies: Beverly Coyne No. 9 arld
No. 13, Allyson Mayer No. 6, N .
10, and No. 15, Angie Wats n
No. 2 and No. 16, Sharon Reiser
No. 15, Pat Goodlife No. 2, Elie
Bass No. 2, Michele Kilgore No.
2 TI. Jenkins 11
Chip-ins: Beverly Coyne, Kar-n
Feliciano,. Liz Giles, Joanrge
Kelley, Michelle Kilgore T'.l.
Jenkins, Faye Thomas, Kae
Dressen, Carol Manfield, Francis
Williams, Sandy Cowling, a/dd
Susie Heller.

Southern Raceway
Milton, Fla.
November 17 and 18, 2006:

Late Model Feature: 1. Scott
Dedwyleer, 2. Mike .Boland, ,.3
David Ashl',, 4. Randy, Korte, ,5.
Scott Slay. . ,
Fastest Qualifer: ScOtt
Dedwyleer
Last Chance Winners: Jo.n
Miller, Steven Brantly, and
Brandon Register. '
Hobby Feature: 1. Ricky
Gilmore, 2. Dean Shaw, 3. Tim
Fowler, 4. Scaz Bates, 5. (Car
number 08 driver not identified).
Hobby Heat Winners: Heat 1 -
Ricky Gilmore; Heat 2 - Scaz
Bates.
Crate Late Model Feature: 1.
Danny Joe Thomas, 2. Frank
Wilson, 3. Steven Brantley, 4.
Rick Rogers, 5. James Ussery.
Modified Feature: 1. Greg
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Modified Feature: 1. Shane
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Wednesday, December 6, 2006







,y Wvuednesay, ecemiuu er, uu
Sports.


Boys
Continued From Page One
rebounds.
"S.L. Jones are starting
new," said Central head coach
Tony McDonald. "They played
hard, but they didn't have the
players this year.
"They are going to get
much better and their coaching
staff'is doing a great jbb."
Pace logged their first win
of theseas6n with a 64-47 deci-


sion over Gulf Breeze on
Friday.
The Patriots (1-3) jumped
out to a 21-13 lead by the end of
the first quarter and held on for
the rest of the game.
Brad Pearson led the way
for Pace with 14 points, while
Sean Cassell was next with 11.
West Florida . Baptist
evened their record at 3-3 on
the season with a 55-52 win


over Lighthouse on Friday.
West Florida erased a three-
point deficit in the second quar-
ter as they took a 30-27 lead
into halftime and held on from
there for the win.
Gus Munoz led the way
with 12 points, while Ryan
Jones and Reese Johnson added
-11 and 10 points respectively.
On Thursday West Florida
held a lead over Pensacola


Christian, but it didn't last long
as the Warriors went on to win
68-49.
It was close until the third
quarter when PCA exploded on
a 24-3 run to take charge of the
game.
Munoz and Ryne Barrow
who scored 13 points edch led
West Florida Baptist.
sports@ srpressgazette.com


Adam Allen is seen here going up for two of his points Friday night
when the Panthers hosted Pine Forest. Milton is now 4-1 and riding
a three-game winning streak after dropping their season opener to
Washington High School.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


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Johnson
Continued From Page One
lohnson. "So I didn't think I
6ad made the team.
"But when she told me I
tnade the team and she offered
hne a scholarship I was very
excited."
Johnson was even more
excited because her hard work
had paid off.
S"I thought three high
schools in as many years would
essen my chances," said
Johnson. "When you transfer it
is hard.
" "And this year was espe-
�ially hard since I was a senior
and had to prove myself all over
again."
She proved herself to
Anderson, but more important-
Iy she showed the desire to not
only learn but also improve
with every play.
� "When we first saw Kirby
ywe were excited because we
iad another set of hands to con-
3rol the ball," said Anderson.
''But she also continued to grow
by trying to improve every
4.


NMitchem
Continued From Page One
"I loved baseball and when
got the chance to 'play at
toospel Projects I was hooked."
The 6-5 right-hander
picked Dayton over Central
Michigan and High Point
College in North Carolina.
"Dayton is a good pick for
nme," said Mitchem. "When I
arrived-there I felt at home with
"the coaches and camps.
"There was a special feel-
41j ng about Dayton that I just can-
not describe."
Mitchem as a junior went 8-1
3 in 16 games and posted an
RA of 0.77 with 92 strikeouts.
"I was involved in a lot of
1-0 games," admitted Mitchem.
"There were several games we
were in, but then, an error or two
would end up hurting us."
Last year Mitchem and the
,Farmington Falcons ended up
losing in the regional finals.
, This year Mitchem is look-
, ing. to help lead the Falcons
, much further.
41 -.


Milton's Kirby Johnson is seen signing a scholarship to attend Jefferson Davis Community College to play
volleyball. Pictured with Kirby from left to right is her father, Jerry, mother, Kim, Jefferson Davis coach
Misti Nims. and Milton head coach Lori Anderson.


game and practice."
One of the biggest things
Johnson feels has helped her is
playing with the Pensacola
Beach Volleyball Club and its
coach Wayne Sellers.


"I am ready for baseball,"
said Mitchem, who also pla's-
first base. "By making nim com-
mitment now it will allow me to
focus on the season ahead."
Mitchem is one of three
right-handed pitchers who are
joining the Dayton roster under.
seventh year coach Tony
Vittorio.
"We are ecstatic about this
class." said \ittorio. "These
young men fit into our needs,
which are to replace some out-
fielders and as always add to
our pitching staff.
"This group, led by a great
talent in Mitcliem, will be excit-
ing to watch develop throughout
their years at UD."
Last season Dayton fin-
ished 33-24 and advanced to
the Atlantic 10 Championships
for the second consecutive sea-
son.
Story written by
Bill Gamblin. Reach himat
sports@srpressgazette.com


"Playing .club ball was a
very stabilizing factor for me,"
said Johnson. "Despite the
changes I went though schools
since moving here the club
team was there and I knew I1
could continue working g on mN
came during the off season."
Another learning e\peri-
ence for Johnson this year, was
being put on the front row as a


'ress Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin
member of the Lady Panthers.
"This was the first 'year I
haven't played back row since I
was in the fifth grade," said
Johnson. "In the back row there
is more room for errors.
"But I learned a lot b mnak-
ing the change and I hope it \ ill
make me a better player at the
next level."
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Sports


Third drowning victim found


Special to the Press Gazette
A third person has died
within a month in Lake County
boating incidents, none of
whom were wearing life jack-
ets.
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC) officials have urged
boaters repeatedly to wear
approved personal flotation
devices.
Gregory K. Craine, 52,
Groveland, was found at8 a.m.
Wednesday in the 26.2-acre
Sunset Lake in Mascott. He had


been missing since 4:25 p.m.
Tuesday when the boat he was
on sank.
Also on Wednesday,
searchers found the body of a
man missing in a Seminole
County lake.
FWC officers, with assis-
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over to one side and sink.
Neither man could swim
but Williams was wearing a life
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On Nov. 12; two
Summerfield children drowned
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outing.
FWC Officer Kat Kelley
emphasized the importance of
wearing a life jacket with fatal
boating accidents increasing to
a 10-year high in 2005. .
"Both of these incidents
involved small vessels on
inland lakes," Kelley said.
"Statistically, last year 79 per-
cent of fatal accidents involving
fall-overboards occurred
aboard vessels 17-feet-long or
less. Additionally, 69 percent of
these accidents occurred on
calm, inland waters such as
lakes, ponds and riders."
Kelley said the F\VC also
encourages boaters to take a
safe boating course, which they
can do by going to
MyFWC.com/boating. ,
"Often, a bad decision leads
to a cascade of events that can
impact people's lives forever,".
Kelley said.


Gators and tortoises

are focus of the FWC;l

Special to the Press Gazette minimum of two years and pos-j
The Florida Fish and' sibly five or more.
Wildlife Conservation Florida Fish and Wildlifet
Commission (FWC) will dis-, Conservation Commission,.
cuss results of a recent online (FWC) investigators are track-;;
survey .concerning public atti- ing down leads in connection.
tudes about alligator manage- with the slaughter of at least 20:
ment when the FWC meets at gopher tortoises in Ocala.
Key Largo Dec. 6-7. FWC Officer Emily Vought-
Although no rule changes said a city worker reportedly
are on the table, the survey finding two bags of tortoises
revealed that some. Floridian, shells Wednesday afternoon ii.
would like to see more flexibil- a wooded area in the 700 block.
iLt in alligator huntirie and nui- of Northwest 14th Street. She,',
sance alligator removal, said gopher tortoises are land;.
Currently, alligator hunting turtles, protected-as a "specie-'
opportunities are limited, and of special concern" in Florida o
nuisance alligator removal At the site, Vought found!,
requires a state-permitted trap- two big trash bags of complete.:
per. ly cleaned out shells.
Florida classifies alligators "The incident occurred:
as a species of special concern, within the past couple o,
but some survey responses weeks," Vought said. She said�:
called for removing them firom she doesn't believe the slaugh.?e
the state's imperiled species list ter occurred at the site A hero"
and reclassifying them as game she recovered the shells.
animals since the species is in "On occasion. gopher tor-n
no danger of extinction. toises are sold oft the back of'
Scientist estimate Florida's trucks," Vought said. "--In some
wild alligator population comrn- circles, the reptiles .:re consid:-
prises more than 1 million' ani- ered a delicacy."
mals., Vought and lniestigator.'
Commissioners. also will Mike Fischer will be gomii:.
consider comments from sur- throughout the neighborhood-:
vey respondents who said alli- v here Vought found the -,hellk
gators should have greater pro- , tointerview possible x\ iInesse;.
tection or the same level of pro- in the case.
section and management cur- Anyone with information',
rently in place in Florida. that leads to an arrest in the.:
If Commissioners direct case may be eligible for a,:
staff to move forward %%ith any reward of up to $1.000 and;:
of the public comments, the may remain anonymous To6:
process will require numerous report information about this o-r'
pubLic hearings and ,ientific an:, other ., idli(e la C itolnor
scrutiny to determine '.\ hat the 'ise. contact the FWC \\ildlidhfe;
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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 r
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, Conimmissioners Meeting Room. 6495
Caroline Street, Milton, Florida.


Now


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90 ANNOUNCEMENTS
. 92 AUCTIONS
94 MEETINGS
96 PERSONALS
.98 TRAINING
, EMPLOYMENT
.102 DRIVERS
104 GENERAL HELP
"106 HOME BASED
..BUSINESS
108.HOTEL/MOTELS/
'RESTAURANTS
110, LABOR
112 MANAGEMENT
114 MEDICAL
, ,6 OFFICE WORK
"'i. PART TIME
.* 120 PROFESSIONAL
122 RETAIL
124.SALES/
TELEMARKETING
126 SKILLS/TRADE
1228 POSITIONS WANTED
,GARAGE SALES -
.STYLES SECTION-WED.
202, GARAGE SALES-SAT.
SERVICES .
305 AUTO -
(0 BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES-
*.15-BUSINEES SERVICES
W.HILD CARE
3?5 DOMESTIC .
"*330 EQUIPMENT REPAIR
., 335 FINANCIAL SERVICES
340 HOME REPAIR
345 LAWN CARE
350 SENIOR CARE
355 SEWING/ALTERATIONS
360 MISCELLANEOUS
SANTA ROSA
REAL ESTATE-RENT
402 APARTMENTS
404 COMMERCIAL
406 HOMES
408 LAND.
410 MOBILE HOMES
'_4..12 ROOMS FOR RENT
S41.4 ROOMMATES-WANTED
4'16, VACATION/RESORT
SANTAROSA
REAL ESTATE-SALE
502 APARTMENTS
504 COMMERCIAL
S . 5,0 ROMES "-7 - , .
508 INVESTMENTS
510 LAND
512 MOBILE HOMES
514 VACATION/RESORT
PETS/ANIMALS
702 BOARDING
704 LIVESTOCK
706 LIVESTOCK SUPPLIES
708 PETS
710 PET SUPPLIES
712 LOST PETS
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
802 ANTIQUES
804 APPAREL
806 APPLIANCES
808 ARTS & CRAFTS
810-COMPUTERS
- 812 FARM EQUIPMENT
814 FURNITURE
816 JEWELRY
818 LAWN EQUIPMENT
820 LUMBER/HARDWARE
822 MUSICAL
INSTRUMENTS
824 OFFICE EQUIPMENT
826 SPORTING GOODS
828 ELECTRONIC
i STEREOr/TV/VCR)
830 MISC.'SALE
832 MISC./WANTED
834 LOST MERCHANDISE
TRANSPORTATION
902 AUTO SUPPLIES
904 CARS
906 BOATS
908 FARM EQUIPMENT
910 MOTORCYCLES
912 MOTOR HOMES
914 RECREATIONAL
916 SPORTS UTILITY
VEHICLE
918 TRUCKS
920 VANS
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JAY COUNTRY
Corner Now open!
. Hwy 4 @..,Alabama
St. in downtown Jay.
Consignments,
booth rentals and
flea market. Call
(850) 675-6118 for
info.
LOOK AND Feel
better with (Herbal-
ife) Nourifusion Skin
Care Products. Call
Art - 981-0279 on-
line at
shopherbalife.com/a
hamm or stop by
Simply Shelia's
"Dogwood Shopping
Center" for free
samples.
PART TIME COOR-
DINATOR needed
for highly .reputable
student exchange
program. This 'work
from position re-
quires a motivated
individual who en-
joys recruiting, train-
ing, and supervising
volunteers and like
working with young
people from abroad.
Some travel; ex--
.penses reimbursed.,
Please fax
resume/letter of in-
troduction to
(703)518-5033.
WHAT DESTROYS
Relationships? , An-
swer pg 446 Buy
and Read Dianetics
by L. Ron Hubbard
Serd $8.00 to Hub-
bard Di,anelics
Foundation, 3102 N.
Habana Ave., Tam-
pa FL 33607
(813)872-0722.


'LAND AUCTION,
230 Props Musr be
Sold! Low Down / E-
Z Financing. Free
Catalog (800)937-
1603' www.LAN-
DAUCTION.com
NRLL ' East,
LLC:AB2509, Bule-
ziuk:AU3448, John-
ston:AU3449,
Mauck:AU3447.
ABSOLUTE REAL
Estate Auctions:
Homes, Condos,
Commercial, Land,
Waterfront. All will
sell. at Auction, Brok-
ers & Phone Bidding
Welcome. Neal
VanDeRee
Reaiior.Auciv.neer
(941)488-1500
www.vanderee.com.
AUCTION AD
Security :Self Stor-
age 4391' 'Hwy 90,
Pace, FL 32571 will
sell at public auction
by competitive bid-
ding on Tuesday-
December 19th,
2006 at 2:00 PM orn
premises where said
property has, been
stored. Purchases
must be paid for at
time of purchase in
cash or credit card
only.

All purchased items
are sold as is, where
is and must be re-
moved at the time of
the sale. Sale is
subleci to cancella-
tion in the event of
settlement between
owner and obligated
party. Office number
850-994-0033.


PUBLIC AUCTION
Storage Facility
..,A public auclion will
be held at Bagdad
Mini Warehouse &
RV Storage, Inc.,
4065 Garcon Point
Road, Milton, FL on
Friday December
15, 2006 at 10:00
a.m.. To 'sell the fol-
lowing -items by
sealed bids only.
Highest bidder will
be called that day.
For more informa-
tion on bidding, call
ahead. -
1)Billie Davis - Unit
Size 10 x 20- Cloth-
ing, Jewelry chest,
Small., sofa, bar
stools, lamps, stero
equipment, looks
new trumpet in case
and miscel items.
Cash only - Sales
tax will be charged
unless a tax resale
certificate is provid-
ed at lime of sale..
Bagdad Mini Ware-
house, Inc. Re-
serves the right to:
remove any unit(s)
from the sale.
Call: 626-5858 for
more information.
FOR SALE
Gulf Breeze, FL
US Marshal's Auction
Waterfront Home
Site
.28 acres, utilities
ready.
Minimum bid
$340,000.
www.Bid4assets.com/
GBS4


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Drivers
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ONLINE AUCTION
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cludes , Iracltios,
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thousands of ship-
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house equipment,
tools, supplies and:
more. ,Details at
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AIRLINES ARE
HIRING - Train for
high paying Aviation
Maintenance Car
reer. FAA approved
program. Financial
aid if qualified - Job
placement assis-
tance. CALL Avia-
tion Institute of
Maintenance
(888)349-5387.
HEAVY EQUIP-
MENT OPERATOR
TRAINING FOR
EMPLOYMENT:
Bulldozers, Back-
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Drivers
DRIVER-HIRING
QUALIFIED DRIV-
ERS. for Central
Florida Local & fIe-
tional OTR' pcosi-
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tanker, no hazmat,
no pumps, great
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pay & new equip-,
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experience. Call By-
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Driver-REGIONAL
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Grads, LP, O/Os.
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No back-hauls
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Excellent benefits
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Call Bill or Neal for
details @
866-592-7006
We have drivers
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$56,000 this . year!
How much will YOU
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Drivers
DRIVER: YOU
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naul.
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GREAT, ' HOME
TIME! Exceptional
Pay &. Benefits! Paid
Training! Min. 1 yr.
Class-A CDL exp.
req.' THE WAGG-
ONERS TRUCKING
(912)571-9668 OR
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Drivers
EVERGREEN
TRANSPORTA-
TION needs SE
with both weekly
and weekend home
time. We offer good
pay and benefits..
$1000. sign-on bo-
nus. If you are at
least 23 and have a
good driving record
w/ HAZMAT en-
dorsement, please
come by our termi-
nal located at: 300
Hwy. 95A, Canto-
ment, FL call 968-
1702. EOE:
www.evergreen-
trans.com
GULF COAST
REGIONAL
TRACTOR TRAILER
DRIVER
*CDL
*Clean MVR
*Fork Liftexperience
*40 cents per mile
plus drop off
*Home at night

Call: 850-626-8578
OTR DRIVERS de-
serve more pay and
more hometimel
$.48/mi. - 1 year ex-
perience. More ex-
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more! Home week-
ends! Run our Flori-
da Region! Heari-
land Express
(800)441-4953
www.heartlandex-
press.com.
WE'RE RAISING
pay for Florida re-
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every . weekend!
Home during the
week! Solid weekly
miles! 95% no
touch! Preplanned
freight! $.43 per.
mile, hometime,
money & more!
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(800)441-4953
www.heartlandex-
press.com.
104
General Help
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JOB!! rKay's Natu-
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Over 18, Travel
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Cash Daily! No Ex-
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S1800 988-0650,
(877iKAYCREW,
(602)421-3015.
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NEEDED NOWIll
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No exp. required.
Avg. $36k+ 1st yrl
60% home
nightly/weekly. CDL
training in your area.
1-886-280-5309
EARN UP to $550
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Costume characters
to promote busi-
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HENDRY CORREC-
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LEE, FL, Is RE-
CRUITING FOR
CORRECTIONAL
OFFICERS (GREAT
PAY & STATE BEN-
EFITS) Contact Sgt,
Barnhart @
(239)867-2107/2108
or Apply on-line at
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IVEY MECHANI-
CAL seeks plumb-
ers, sheet metal
journeyman & help-
ers. DeFuniak
Springs (850)892-
2768, Graceville


(850)263-0982, Flor-
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8411 & Moore Ha-
ven (863)946-9166,
Competitive
pay/benefits.
AA/EEO
NEEDED ADULT
Family Care Home
License no,
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person, Call 626-
0557


104
General Help
NEEDED ADULT
Family Care Home
License no.
6905251. Has open-
ing for one elderly
person. Call 626-
0557
NOW HIRING tax
Spreparers at Liberty
Tax Service, paid
training and testing.
Call 623-1110.
OVERHEAD DOOR
COMPANY
is hiring skilled in-
stallers. and service
technicians. Mini-
mum 3 years experi-
ence. Top pay and
benefits. Call
983-2520.
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General nursery
worker/part-time.
Some experience
desired, but not nec-,
essary. 983-9121.
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$20nour or $57K
annually including
Federal Benefits and
OT. (800)709-9754
USWA Ref# P5799
Exam/Fee Req.
PUBLISHER'S
NOTICE
Milton Newspapers,
Inc. (dba The Santa
Rosa Press Gazette
and The Santa Rosa
Free Press) re-
serves the right to:
censor, reclassify,
revise, edit or reject
any advertisement
Sotl meeting its
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does not constitute
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does not constitute
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Home Based
Business
DATA ENTRY
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Excellent Career
Opportunity. Serious
Inquiries Only
(800)344-9636 Ext.
700.
108
Hotel/Motel
& Restaurant
KRYSTAL IN MIL-
TON is seeking a
Night Shift Leader
Will train. 1 yr. fast
food exp, & drug test
required. Apply in
person: 6663 Caro-
line St.

114
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Part Time
PLACEMENT
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exchange students
and recruit host fam-
Ilies, Phone WISE at
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foundationcorn,

124
Sales &
Telemarketing

LIBERTY
NATIONAL
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operation and is
looking for people
to fill insurance
sales & service
positions. Average
annual earnings
$48,554. Fringe
benefit package:
2 retirement funds,
health insurance,
paid vacation,


convention trips &
many others.
No experience
necessary. We
have on the job
training. Contact
Jonathan Jones at:
682-2775 or
Fax
resume to:
850-682-1523
Liberty National
is an EOE
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Positions Wanted
HARD WORKING
cleaning person
needed long term for
growing cleaning
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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
1 BEDROOM unfur-
nished apartment for
rent. Ideal for se-
niors. 626-0287,
please leave mes-
sage
FOR RENT Small
efficiency furnished
apartment, all utilit-
ies included, nice,
quiet clean pace
area,, no pets
$500mo./$400 de-
posit. Call 995-1717


402
Apartments
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 1 BR $425 )
Call: 712-7513

FOR RENT
1BR/1BA apartment
garbage and water
furnished. For info.
call 994-5023.
.FOR RENT
1Br/1Ba milton du-
plex 1 block west of
court house
$390/mo. 5189 San-
ta Rosa St.
404
Commercial
FOR RENT
1120 Sq. Commer-
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.h.
$1000.,mrh oh of
, HWY 90 in Pace.
Call 723-0801.
OFFICE SPACE
FOR LEASE
. 6061 Dr's Park,
1,800 st. newly ren-
ovated. 623-5618
406
Homes
3 BD/2BA Newly re-
modeled, central
heat and air.
carporn,
excellent location,
near elementary
schools. $850 monitii
$500 deposit
623-9553
5735 RIVERA Dr.
2003 Home for Rent
1,275 sq. ft., 2br
2ba, Across street
from Blackwater Riv-
er! $25.00 for credit
check, $795.00 Mo.
+ $750.00 Deposit
994-0213'207-2685'
Licensed Realtor
FOR RFENT--
-3 2 Home. Chis-
hplmrRd. Pensacola
$850
*3/1.5 home, 5705
Divot Ln. Milton
$850

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

*3/2 Waterfront
home, 5084 San
Miguel Milton $1450

*3/2 Home 6710
Cedar Ridge, Milton
$1000

*3/2 Home 4981
Marcus Cir., Pace
$800

*2/2 Mobile Home,
6253 Morgan Rd.,
Milton $550

Santa Rosa Realty
623-0077
FOR RENT Milton,
2/BR 1/BA duplex.
635/635, no pets,
Woodward Lh. Call,
995-4831,


406
Homes
FOR RENT 1 bed-
room house in bag-
dad, utilities furnish-
ed, quiet neighbor-
hood, good condi-
tion. Call 623-8415
FOR RENT Milton
area 3,000 sq. ft.
4BR/ 2&1/2BA im-
maculate condition,,
quiet neighborhood
at $1300'mo this
wont last long!
FOR RENT Pace'
area, 3BR/2BA,
fenced in back yard,
6il new appliances,
nice house $950mo.
Call 723-0801
FOR RENT Pensa-
cola area, close to
NAS 3BR/2BA, new
flooring and paint, ,
washer and dryer,'
on a quiet street
$895mo. Call 723-
0801
HOME FOR rent
5374 Lexington Ave.
3BR. 1BA central
heat and air, fenced
in--, 'back yard
$750mo.'$750 de-
posit Call 626-0179
or 255-1459
HOME FOR rent
6561 Julia Dr.
4BRi1BA total elec-
tric, central heat and
air $700mo '$700
deposit. Call 626-
0179 or 255-1459
HOME FOR rent, 3
bedroom. 2 bath, N
87 near Whiling
Field. $900.$450.
Call 232-9700.
HOUSE FOR RENT
2BR 1 BA - WD
connections. Pet de-
* posil required. $550
renL$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.
$255,000. Call 623-
0660, leave a mes-
sage.
RENTALS 2 to 3 BR
in Jay, Milton and
Pace $400 to $650
'per month. Call: -
994-5703
408'
Land
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
#610

410
Mobile Homes
14X70 3/2 Pace
area 3701 Alvin Dr.
Total Electric. No
Pets, $625/$300.
994-7918
Bay Crest Realty
2BD/2BA WEST
Milton, $525 a
month, $250 depos.
It, No Pets, Total
Electric, Baycrest
-Realty. 994-7918


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
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
FOR RENT
2/Br 2/Ba garden
tub, dishwasher and
total electric East
Gate Modile 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 tenced
yard, big store room,
water and: garbage
included $600
mo.,'$300 deposit
Call 983-6529
FOR RENT Spa-
cious 3BR,'2BA dou-
ble wide. central
:heat & air, covered
deck, and storage in
nice park.
$595mo.,.$495 in-
cludes water, gas,
and sewage deposit
Call 623-9902-
MOBILE HOME
455mo./395 deposit
Ouiel & clean 2/2 all
elecinc CH.A, deck.
Includes water, gar-
bage and sewer.
623-9902
MOBILE HOME For
Rent 3BR.2BA, se-
cluded 1 acre East
Milton close to 110
immaculate condi-
tion, island kitchen,
garden tub, 'no
smoking, .and no
pets $700mo./$700.;
deposit. Call 623-
8628
MOBILE HOME for
rent. Call 623-6055
NICE, QUIET, clean
"'pack. bRent 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
412
Room For Rent
ROOM FOR RENT
Willing to negotiate
some rent for house
keeping Call Duane
at 623-4339,


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Rooms For Rent
MILTON/MUNSON
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short term, quiet,
non-smoking envi-
ronment. Kitchen,,.
laundry, utilities, sat-,.
ellite TV, fax, inter-'
net, unlimited long
distance included.
$325 per month.:...
957-4616.
ROOMS FOR RENT-,.
Large rooms,
utilities included,
washer/dryer, share: -
kitchen, near Kings
Middle School. $80
or $100 per Week,
plus deposit. '
Call 626-2786 -.
Cell 982-3176
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 ed, 2 '
bath, large house. ;
Kitchen, laundry, ca-
ble T.V. Call 380-
8834. Available Dec.
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Milton. Call.
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506
Homes
$0 DOWN HOMES,-,I
Gov't & Bank Fore.-
*`closuresl Low or no-.,
downl No credit OKI '
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2905.
DUPLEX FOR sale,;
2 bedroom, 1 bath
duplex, 6 lots, just
off of Avalon Blvd.,
$130,000, Call 994-:
9391.
FOR SALE 5304.
Crystal Creek Up-
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great school district,
3/2, split 'deslgnr
brick home on 80,
acre high & dry.
creek side lo�
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tlon available, For
details: call Donna
Cloman, ERA Bill'
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hs Sq, Ft. Price
1040 67,800
1149 70,900
1257 78,400
1341 83,000
1418 83,900
1510 86,800
1525 88,100
1579 90,600


1586 98,100
1610 91,200
1622 95,000
1713 97,300
1812 101,300
1812 101,700
1833 116,600
1949 108,400
2129 131,300
1/2 2215 126,300
2495 155,000
(1 each unit) 1740 117,600
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Homes
FOR SALE
Pace,'Florida
US Marshal's Auction
4 bedrooms/3 baths
.75 acres 2-car garage
Minimum bid
$100,000
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510
Land
3.1 ACRES for sale
$22,000 per acre
Call 6238448


510
Land
193+/- ACRE timber
farm . adjoining
Uwharrie National
Forest Piedmont
NC-Merchantable
timber, great views,
$3,000 per acre.
Iron Horse Proper-
ties (800)997-2248.
5. ACRES fenced
pasture for sale.
Located off Munson
Hwy, Indian Ford
Rd. Close to Cold
Water Creek.
$90,000 957-8784
or 554-5237


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512
Mobile Homes

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 Wal-
lace Reality at 623-
5330.
FOR SALE Beautiful
1996' double wide
home in pace
3BR/2BA with 1456
sq. foot living area
on 'I approximately
1/4 acre lot all for
only $85,000 Call
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512
Mobile Homes


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







556
Homes
NORTH CAROLINA
Cool Mountain Air,
Views & Sireams.
Homes, Cabins &
SAcreage. .FREE
BROCHURE
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Peacntree SI. Mur-
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Factory Liquidaliorn
Sale 2006 models.
National Builder 0%
DOWN when you
owfi your land. Call
for FREE Brochures
(800)622-2832.
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.
12 ACRES/LAKE-
FRONTI$99,900
239 feet of US Corp
Frontage on beauti-
ful lake in Tennes-
see. Direct lake. sac-
cess lot , from
$12,900' Call
(866)950-5263 Ext.
1791.


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25. Love token
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heroine
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Roman emperors
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32. Fashion passions
33. The Munsters' pet
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38. Gives the nod
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560
Land
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.
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CAROLINA. ES-
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TAINS OF WEST-
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INVESTMENTS.
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COASTAL GEOR-
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Community. Large
lots & condos w/
deepwaier. marsh,
golf, nature views..
Gated, Golf, Fitness
Center, tennis,
Trails, Docks.
$70k's- $300k.
(877)266-7376
www.cooperspoint.c
om.
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 6pp'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.
Hunt big game on
our ranch elk,
whitetail, buffalo,
redstag, boar.
Check our website
www.highadventur-
eranch.com. Guar-
anteed hunting li-
cense $5.00, we
have a NO Game-
NO pay policy, our
season now-
3/31/07. Call
(314)209-9800/Eve-
nings (314)293-
0610.
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 trout & sal-
mon stream- unbe-
lievable fishing.
NEW TO( MARKET!
Great owner financ-
ing. Call L&S RIty
(207)781-3343.
NC 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.
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
www.realtyofmur-
phy.com.


560
Land
NORTH CAROLI-
NA- BEAUTIFUL
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, $59,500
(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.
888 541-263.




706
Livestock Supplies


HI-AY
FOR SALE
Coastal Hay.
SPanut Hay also
available in rolls.
623-6769 or
336-2267.


708
Pets,

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 A GOOD
HOME!
Tame Rabbit with
cage. Call 393-3666
FREE TO GOOD
HOME Beautiful lyr.
old well behaved lab
and chow mix. Great
neutered house dog
with shots. 623-6426
FREE TO good,
home, 1 yr. old red
and white male in-
door cat. Has had
shots. Call 626-
0255.
FREE TO good
home. Calico col-
ored female kitten 7-
8 wks. old, loves to
cuddle & very sweet
Call 723-3309
LOOKING FOR fos-
ter home for "Cham-
pion Line" akc Ger-
man Shepherd
dogs, the best ones
from all over the
panhandle area.'
Please call for an in-
terview 626-0255
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 CAT $200 re-
ward in Avalon area.
Male, brown tabby,
white feet, and white
belly. Has microchip.
Any information
please call 994-
6738.


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.
3 Call 983-3120 or
983-5852 or 313-
1013.


712
Lost & Found
PETS


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


814
Furniture.
FOR SALE
2- Wing Back chairs
(1-dark blue & 1-
brick red) $25 each,
Sofa (earth tones)
$100 393-3666
FOR SALE
86' couch and 70'
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.
FOR SALE
Caplains bed, i*lr
with 4 drawer ped-"
estal $125.
698-5746
FOR SALE
Crib w/mattress $75
Toddler bed w/mat-
tress $30. 698-5746
FOR SALE
Sectional 'Sofa,
black contemporary
w/ottoman 4 mos.old
pd $1200 - Sell
$800
698-5746
FOR SALE sofa and
love seat with coffee
table, $300 or better
offer. Call 626-6249.
WICKER FURNI-
TURE for sale:
brown wicker coffee
table $50, brown
wicker . TVNCR
stand $50, white
wicker rocker $40.
Call Liz at 983-4939
818
Lawn Equipment
NEW. CRAFTSMAN
grass catcher for 38"
mower (model #917- .
248900). It is a 6
bushel, 2-bin soft
bagger. New at
Sears $329.00, ask-
ing $200.00. Call af-
ter 5pm (850)623-
1856, ask for Ron..
820
.Lumber &
Hardware
FOR SALE
36". Steel/6 lite glass
panel door $40.
698-5746
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"
826
Sporting Goods
FOR SALE "
Pool Table - Regula-
tion size slate top -
great condition.
$225. 698-5746
FOR SALE
Sand Filter for pool -
2 yrs old $30.
698-5746
830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
FOR SALE 2-Japa-
nese Dolls: 1.) Sa-
murai Doll 22" tall 2.)
Geisha Doll 27" tall.
Great condition,
glass cases includ-
ed. Dolls are almost
30yrs. old. Call 516-
4862
FOR SALE 4- single
shot- shot guns 20-
12 gauge $80 each.
Call 995-4291
FOR SALE 6- 2 by
12 scaffold boards
16-20ft. $60. Call
995-4291
MOVING-MUST
SELL! Upright piano
$500 for information
Call 626-7412


ICentipede-
St. Augustixner
Farm Directr
We Deliker
43-4-0066 .
SPECIAL BUILD-
ING SALE... DON'T
MISS IT!" Fall deliv-
ery or deposit holds
till- -spring.
25'x40'x14' $5800.
40'x60'x16' $12,800.
Front end optional..
Other sizes availa-
ble. ' Pioneer.
(800)668-5422.
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-
DAY! (800)842-1305
www.np.etstan.com.

832
Miscellaneous
Wanted
CLEANING LADY
needed, twice a
month. Call 626-
5700.
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 FIRE-
WOOD. Call 623-
4468
WANTED
OLD ROOFING TIN.
Will tear down and
haul. 983-8042 or
393-9617


904
Cars
1990 NISSAN 240
SX automatic .with
CD player, ADR
rims, comes with
original front fender,
AC not working,
runs good, 165K
miles $3500 OBO
(850)983-2373
1997- WHITE V6
Camaro A/C- Cold,
heat. New dash-
board and pipes.
$6500. Call 623-
8077
2000 TOYOTA sien-
na XLT, great condi-
tion, 143K miles,
VCR, sun roof, lead-
ed, $7,500. Call
675-0604 or 324-
6399
FOR SALE 1991
white Sunbird Pon-
tiac interior in good
condition, and runs
fairly well. Sell as is
$300. Call 623-3366


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
FOR SALE Fairly
new burgundy print
3 cushion sofa-
ends .
recline', $100, and
dry bar $25 Call
626-6944 and leave
a message.
FOR SALE new hot
tub, with 4 seats,
and 2 loungers.
$1500, call 501-
0270..




We Deliver & Install
Centipede
St. Augustine
i Bermuda i
Bailed Pine Straw
Call us first, Save Time|
Call us last Save Money
Hwy. 87 So. * Milton
626-8578

FOR SALE: Ver-
mont Casting 2 door
Woodburner free
standing stove 6"
flue $250 Call 814-
8767
MOVING SALE
Siove. 32' TV ster-
eco, wail urnil, rrir-
rored dolphins 61'
by 31', complete'
Christmas village,
microwave, and
small computer
desk. From. Nov. 25-
30. 7842 Morning
Star In. Call 626-
6077.


I


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
TANKWOF 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
FOR SALE '
1987 F150 300 cyl-
inder 4 speed work.
truck w/topper and
toolbox. $1500 obo
623-1675

920
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
922
Other
FOR SALE
Pace Arrow Motor
Home 40 ft Fleet-
wood 1989 com-
pletely furnished
56,000 miles
$30,000
Air Stream com-
pletely furnished 31
ft 1953 18 ftcanopy.
20 ft allium 200
horse power junction
$3,000 with trailer.
20 ft Fiberglass 200
horse power junction
with trailer $2,000.
88' Cougar 3.8 fuel
injected low miles
Snow cone trailer or
cooking stove, freez-
er 3 sinks air condi-
tioned freezer, re-
frigerator Self con-
tained $3,000. 15-8
3960 University St.
in Pace 995-8633 or
529-5269


43. Hindustani title
44. Artist Warhol
45. Tierra Fuego
46. Norwegian
48. Fragrant firs
52. "El de Coca
Cola"
54. Word in Bush's
infamous promise
55. Sheep's shout
56. Stringed instrument
57. Horse cry
59. Zeph yr
60. Utilizer
61. Lock part
62. Inventor's start,
63. Roman Polanski film
64. Simon's Plaza
65. Aerie

DOWN
1. Word on bottles of
concentrated
detergent
2. Plastic wrap brand
3. Amid
4. Provided sustenance
5. Did a cleaning job
6. Tony's cousin?
7. The Harder__ Fall
8. Dusk, to a poet
9. Thanksgiving menu
standard
10. Overflow
11. Dominant


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904
Cars
FOR SALE 2-
wheelchair fully
equipped handicap-
ped vans. A 1999
Plymouth Voyager
and a 2003 Ford E-
150 Call 626-5608.
FOR SALE
88' Pontiac Bonne-
ville for parts. Re-
built engine and
transmission. Tires
good $500.
698-5746
FOR SALE
89' Lincoln Conti-
nental, Loaded,
leather interior, AC,
air shocks need re-
pair, runs great,
good ti res, high
miles $1500.
698-5746
FOR SALE
Mercury Grand Mar-
quis 1994. 82K, ex-
cellent condition.
$4500. 995-4675 or
293-4866.
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
NICE 1997 4WD
blazer all power key-
less entry, leather
power seats, moon
roof, CD, all main-
tance records,
82,000 miles, ONLY
$4,200 this wont last
long at this price!
Call 623-1415
912
Motor Homes


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626-9164


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850-450-3011
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Handy Hands * ON CALL!
HOME IMPROVEMENT SPECIALISTS
850-525-0736
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"The Screen Man" Land Clearing, and all tractor,
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Repair or
Replacement
S(850)995-0719 NO JOB TOO SMALL!
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Cell (850)637-5611 Phone: (850) 957-4952
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