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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
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Creation Date: December 13, 2006
Publication Date: 1984-
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Water systems to be responsible for fire hydrants


By LYNNE HOUGH
Press Gazette Staff Writer
Fire hydrants are the
responsibility of water depart-
ments, that, according to
Florida State Administrative
Code.
So, Santa Rosa County.
leaders are planning to draft an


ordinance officially putting that
responsibility on the shoulders
of area water departments-and
not on the volunteer fire'depart-
ments or county, employees.
Just who is responsible for
maintaining the hydrants has
'been an issue for a, while.
Disputes abound over the cost


and time involved in flushing
and marking the hydrants.
Earlier this year, Santa Rosa
County officials advertised a
Request for Proposal (RFP) to
investigate the cost involved in
hiring an outside entity to take
care of hydrants.
The RFP was made at the


request of the Emergency
Services Advisory Committee,
according to Santa Rosa
Coun Attorney Tom
Dannhreiekser.
But the estimates came in
higher than hoped and most
area v. after systems didn't want
goernmnentai oversight. So,


while, the responsibility
remained in the hands of the
water systems, there has been
little effort for a countywide
recordkeeping 'system for
h\ drain maintenance.
Before npw, Santa Rosa
County has had no rules gov-
emiig the inspection, testing


and maintenance of fire
hydrants. It's been up to the ini-
tiative of the individual water
5) stems
In Pace, the volunteer fire,
department and the Pace Water
Ss[tem have been working
to.edher to inspect and maintain
, Se M'DRANTS., P;. 5-


Santa went splat. Beer cans hung from Christmas trees and camouflage Santa hats were the draw of the day. The annual Redneck Parade was held Sunday
in Chumuckla. Thousands lined up for the unusual event, which has grown over the years into something drawing in visitors from other areas. Candy,
beads, toys, and Slim Jim meat sticks were thrown to the crowd. See more parade photos on page 10A.
Press Gazette photo by Lynne Hough



Family Promise working to restore hope


By PAMELA HOLT
Pt '< Go:1ti1 iitrt itji,,,, _
It all began \% ith a sandwich
on the streets in Ne%% York City.
Karen Olsen founded fami-
ly Promise-a busines\o':i,,n
who began taking food to
homeless people she passed-
daily.
Her efforts resulted in a
nationwide non-profit organiza-
tion helping homeless families
return from crisis to self-suffi-
ciency. She now serves as pres-
ident of the group.
Debbie Laird, Director of
Family Promise Santa Rosa
says it is exciting to see the
community come together for a
common, goal: helping home-
less families.
Laird says Family Promise
provides shelter and a day cen-

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ter. It offers opportunities to find
jobs and transportation. The organi-
zation is in Santa Rosa County at
6796 Alice Street, Milton, where
the day center is located.
According" to Margie Baldwin,
media relations and newsletter edi-
tor for Family Promise, it, is an
interfaith hospitality network.
However, currently the only church-


es signed up to help are Chrismian.
"Jewish synagogs are wel-
come," says Baldwin.
The organization otters . place
for people to recoup and maintain
dignity 'while acquiring the, tools
they need to become sufficient.
again.
"We have a day center for fam-
ilies to come and use facilities to


help them get a job, have trans-
portation to get to and from, com-
puter services to help find a job
and apply for services, and an
address to use for guests looking
for employment. This way, they
have the tools they would usually
have at home," says Baldwin.
Baldwin stresses the day cen-
See PROMISE, Page 6A.


Pace has




a dream

By PAMELA HOLT
Pc. G, to-i 5c St'ff,:, ________
T he Pace Planning meeting-held last week
at Pace High's Freedom Hall-unveiled the
public's wants and views of current living,
conditions.
The consensus of public input from an October
meeting was summarized by Santa Rosa Planning-
Director Beckie Faulkenberry.
The analysis of Pace residents' vision was labled
as strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats.
Pace strengths were shown by a major, of 63 res-
idents listing schools as the most important strength,
while housing, natural resources, parks and recreation
and "the people of Pace" were also top of the list.
According to Pace residents, there's plenty of
work to be done in the area: roads and traffic were the
nnumber-one issue, follow b\ a lack of professional
emplo\ ment the lack of a U.S.1 Post Office, storm
shelter g, rmniasium. and conmunuit leadership.
The opportunities" ' listed include: the future use
tof Spencer Field increaui2 ilic ale number of .idev.-,',.,.
the ne\. Pace lihrar\. stronger de' cid menll re-,ii-
tions, reduced tj\ation, allowiIng the public to pa\ tor
improvements. more coimunin t IIy II'ti ities, a needed
comm u n i i center, and improved storm water manage-
ment.
Residents say they are well aware of possible
"threats" to their community with traffic and roads at
the top of that list. Growth and .over-development,
increasing insurance' costs, housing issues, lack of
well-paying jobs, lack of public support to pa.\ for
improvements, taxes, schools overcrowding, and zon-
ing follow close behind.
Planning and Development contractor for Santa
Rosa County, Randy Jorgenson, believes the commu-
nity's identity depends on a U.S. Post Office. He says
the desire for more industrial development is present,
but the county's attention is transportation. He says all
the needs listed are "big ticket items" and the commu-
nity will have to be willing to "foot the bill."
"Most consider Pace to encompass parts of Pea
Ridge, Wallace and Floridatown, but some even con-
sider it much larger than,that," says Jorgenson. "One
thing residents agree on: Pace residents' like "small
town life."
"You don't like roads, traffic, lack of sidewalks,
lack of jobs, and the lack of a Post office. You want a
'sense of place for Pace,'" quips Jorgenson.
He says- there 'are 40,000 trips across the
"Escambia Fill" on a daily basis. It was estimated in
the 1991) census that, in 200i2. there would be 23,000
people living in Pace ,18% of current population and.
See PACE, Page 6A.


Truck lands on tracks,

in front of oncoming train


By LYNNE HOUGH
Press Gazette Staff Writer
A truck crashed and rolled
over, landing across a railroad
track late Monday afternoon-
right in front of an approaching
train.
The Florida Highway Patrol
(FHP) says a 2002 Ford pickup
truck was traveling "too fast for
conditions" when it crashed and
rolled several times. It came to
rest across a railroad track next
to McMillan Rd., in the Avalon
area.
A passenger from the over-
turned vehicle and a witness
flagged down the locomotive.
Troopers say, "The train engi-
neer had to bust the air brakes
to stop and came to rest about
300 feet away (the vehicle).
Three people inside the
truck were injured. Two were
treated and released and a third
spent the night in the hospital,
according to police.
Devon Clark Harmon, 17,


Bernath Dr. was driving the
truck. He was reportedly wear-
ing a seatbelt. His passengers
were not, according to troopers.
They say Riley Hawkins,
17, Mulat Rd., received minor
injuries. Seventeen-year-old
Arri Johnson, Milton, was list-
ed in serious condition at the
time of the crash. Johnson was
thrown from the truck during
the rollover, reports say.
The accident happened just
after 4 p.m. when Harmon,
driving eastbound on McMillan
Rd., was traveling too fast for
conditions and ran off the road-
way onto the north shoulder,
say FHP spokesmen. The truck
took a "hard right turn," causing
it to flip several times.
Eight thousand dollars in
damage was received by the
Ford pickup, reports indicate.
Alcohol was not a factor in the
crash, according to troopers.
The Avalon-Mulat Fire
Department responded to the
See TRAIN, Page 6A.


Avalon/Mulat Fire Department Chief Sid Wiggins is shown here at the scene of a rollover accident
Monday night on the train tracks near McMillan Road. Three people were injured, one seriously when
the truck flipped and landed on the tracks. One was ejected from the truck. Alcohol was not a factor in
the accident, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.
Press Gazette photo by Lynne Hough







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1948-2006
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his Lord and Sa'ior Jesus Christ
after a courageous battle with can-
cer on Fnda,. December 8, 2006
He uas an aid outdoorsman and
seed in the Linted States Arm\.
He reured after 30 )ears of ser' ice
i th Bell South Telephone
Company.
He %kas preceded in death b\
his grandparenis-Cilde and E.ie
Purvis, Elmore and Claudie Da% is.
He is sur\i.ed b) his v. ife and
soul mate-Sandra DaJi,: his 2
daughters--Kaprena Kelley and
Kresh (Denni,> Watson. Jr., his
son-Dustin Hearn: his mother and
father-Ronald and Glad\s Dae is:
his 2 sisters-Donna i Tonvi Nail.
Annette Kenti Smith, his 2 broth-
ers-Paul iLinda DaM.is. Tim
(Sandi Da% is, his grandchildren-
Aaron Kelley, Morgan Kelle\.
Christopher Cook, Jarrett Watson,
Tristan Watson and Lexxus
(Saffire) Hearn and numerous
nieces and nephews who referred
to him as "Uncle Wiggy", and a
host of family and friends.
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Obituaries


Floor". Dr. Surnenbers and staff.
Emerald C.oas Hospice. friends.
co-'..:,rkers and the man:, pra.,ers
'.e ha'e received during thi' time
Funeral sen ices .%.ere 2 p.m..
Monda.. December !!. 21000 at
Faith Chapel Funeral Home North.
1000 H,.A\. 29 South. Cantonment.
FL '.ith Re\ Rick\ 'White officiat-
ing. Interment followed at Pine
Barren Baptst Church Cemeier.,\.
Dae, ille. FL.
Faith Chapel Funeral Home
North is in charge of arrangement,
Donations ma\ be made to The
Emerald Coast Hospice or The
American Cancer Soicetr.

Rockwell.
Janice Finch
Janice Finch Rock'..ell. age 64.
of Co.`ington. Georgia, passed
a'.'.a, on Thuisda',. December 7.
2000
NMrs Rock,.ell "as born in
Chipley. Florida. and had lied in
Milton. FL: Dallas. Te\as and
Covington, Georgia. She was a
graduate of Milton High School
and attended the First Baptist
Church of Milton while living in
Milton.
Her parents-Leonard Finch
,and Margaret Gilbert Finch, pre-
cede Janice in death.
Mrs. Rockwell is survived by
he ' husband-Charles . William
Rockwell, of Covington, GA; five
children-Kim (David) Evans of
New Brockton, Alabama; Donna
(Sherman) Shelley of Tallahassee,
FL;. Larr, (Heather) Smith of
Ozark, AL; Jennifer (Warrer.)
Smith of Milton, FL, and Cher'l
Norman i Hise ol Rocldord. IL. 'a
brothei-George (Sn'. a') Fincd' of
'Milton; two sisters-Lavon
(Kenneth) Stephens . of
Cantonment, FL; and Sue (Johnny)
Hinds of Broussard, LA; twelve
grandchildren and four great grand-
children.
Funeral Services for Mrs
Rockwell were held at 2:00 p.m. on
Monday December 11, 2006 at the
Lewis Funeral Home in Milton
with Rev. Aaron Gillman officiat-
ing. Burial followed in the Serenity
Gardens Cemetery iith Lewis
Funeral Home in Milton directing.
The family received friends from
12 :.oon iunul 2 p.m.on Mo ndao,.
prior to >er' ices.
Lewis Funeral Home in Milton
is in charge of arrangements.


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Werner. -
Francis "Frank"
Franci 'Frank" \VWerner. age.,:-,
SS. ':t MNilitn. passed a'.a\ Sunday,,',",
December 3. 200" r' '''
He retired from Americarn
C' anamid and . as "ell knov. n ii
the area for sharing his musical tal-'
ent b', playing the organ at tanous
community , functions. Mr \Verner.,
o as a member of the First,
Presbt ienan Church of Milton
Surilu:rs include his v.ite of. ,.
66 .ears-Paulinre. children-2'-'
Barr iHildal \\erner. Bet' iKen)-'':
Dodson. Ronnie i\\andai \Vemer,
and Suzie .Joe,. Saba 11 grand-',
children and 12 great-grandchil-_,,
dren
Funeral service s .ere held at
II a m Thursda,. December 7,
21'106 at Pensacola Memorial.
Gardens Funeral Home with Pastor, ,,
joan \\ooien officiating
Interment f.oll'. ed .at .
Pensacola Memorial Gardens.;.,
Pallbearert v.ere Mr. Werner's;-,._
grandsons.
The family received friends1.''
one hour prior to the services at the,. "/
funeral home.
In lieu of flowers, donations
may be made to First Presbyteriantr'
Church in Milton or a charity of:'
'your choice in memory of Frank
W erner. ., ,
Pensacola Memorial Gardens
Funeral Home handled Mr.,
Werner's arrangements.

White,
Sarah Watson
Mrs Sarah Watson White, age
83, passed away on Friday, ,
December 8, 2006 at her Milton
residence. ..
She was a native of Jackson�',c.
LA and had lived in the Milton area
since 1988, ' coming from'.,
Pensacola, .and was a former resi-.''-
dent of Brewton, AL. She was a
'homemaker and was a member of ',
the lst United Methodist Church in
Milton. Mrs. White was preceded "-.-'
in death by a brother-Rev. Wilsoif-''
Watson.
She is survived by her husband
of 60 years-John Harris White, c
Sr. of Milton; 3 �pns-Donald
(Diane) %-Tite ofTempe, AZ, John-:.
H. White, Jr. of Goleta, CA, and,, ,,
William "Bill" \\ hte of Pensacola:
2 daughters-Clara i.Skipp,,, i \ hue
of Pollard, AL, Drs. Carol & Bob-:;.
Howard of Pensacola, FL; 1 broth-
er-Cushman (Joyce) Watson of'-',
Keller, TX; 1 sister-Helen''
Chamlee of Tulsa. OK. 14 rarnd-'"
-hildren ',and II great-granrdchlil-,-,.
dren.
Funeral services were
Monday, December 11, 2006, .2
p.m. from the chapel of-Crater's
Funeral Home with Rev. Brian
Schmelzenbach, and Rev. Winston
Jay officiating. Interment followed
in Hi lcres i cemetery. Pallbearers
were Hugh \\ hte. Todd \\hite,
John Fountain. Sam Ho. ard.
DanielWhite and BiLtcndon whitee .
Visitation was :held 1 houi
prior 'to the. service. Craver's
Funeral Home directed the arrange-
ments.

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Sheriff's Report


Noy. 10 to Nov. 19, 2006
Henry, Cornelius Teira; Male; 26;
6019 Sunburg Dr., Pensacola, FL; Drive
While Lic Susp Habitual Offender.
11/10/06
Lng, William Seth; Male; 23;
11750 Outlook Rd., Drugs-Possess
Cntrl Sub W/O Prescription. 11/11/06
O'Connor, Michael Joseph; Male;
3321 Dunning Dr., Pace, FL; Aggrav
Asslt'W/Deadly Weapon W/O Intent to
Kill (domestic violence). 11/10/06
Simmons, David Dwayne; Male;
30; 6754 Harvell Street, Milton, FL;
Drugs Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Pres4iiption. 11/8/06
"mith. Jeromey D; Male; 25; 2707
Eureka Ln, Pensacola, FL; Drugs
Possess Cntrl Sub W/O Prescription,
Dangerous Drugs-Distrib Dispense
Sched Cntrl Subs Ist Viol. 11/8/06
Toyens, Robert Anderson; Male;
26; '6627 Grace St., Milton, FL;
Battery-2nd or Subseq Offense (domes-
tic violence).I 1/11/06
Webster, Donald Raymond; Male;
15; 22545 N.E. 103rd Court Rd., Ft.
McCoy, FL; Battery on Detention Staff
Jur Prob Officer. NDG
Cobb. Mickey Ernest; Male; 42;
1512 Bell Creek Rd., Jay, FL; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 2nd Offense.
11/12/06
Cooley, Timothy Allen; Male; 21;
6754 Anola Dr., Milton, FL; DUI.
11/12/06
Harrison, Christopher Randall;
Male; 8239 Sevilla St.,' Navarre, FL;
DUI. 11/10/06
Bray, Zachary Stephens; Male;
20; 4581 Davenport Ln, Pace, FL; DUI.
11/10/06
Gibson, Kevin James; Male; 29;
3554 Julia Dr., Milton, FL; DUI.
11 12,0.
Jurcak, Robert Allen; Male; 50;
1385 Green Vista Ln,, Gulf Breeze, FL;
DULI Alcohol or Drugs 3rd Violation
More Than 10 Years. 11/11/06
- Osterland. Gerica Ann; Female;
18; 300 Holley Street, Destin, FL; DUI.
11/9/06
Southard Aaron Christopher;
Male; 34; 3653 Juniper Crk Rd.,
Milton, FL; DUI. 11/9/06
,Truesdel, Jonah Lee; Male; 32;
8215 Branston Dr., Navarre, FL; DUI.
11/9406
-Geiger, Charles Stephen; Male;
45; :8444 Renee Cir, Milton, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony. 11/13/06
Griffin, Steven Joe; Male; 23;
6571 Julia Dr., Milton. FL; Sex Assit
By 118 YOA Older Se\ Battery Vict
Under 12 YOA. 11/13/06
'Panella, Jeffrey Thomas; Male;
36; 300 Bayou Blvd., Pensacola, FL;
Veh Theft Grand 3rd Degree. 11/13/06
'Rea, Eric Sa.., r. Male; 25; 414.1
Ward Basin Rd, NMlion, FL; Out c.f
State Fugitive From Justice. 11/13/06
Shelton-Barnett, Anthony Brijr,.
Male; 19; 413 Lakeview, Mary Esther,
FL; Drive While Lic Susp Habitual
Offender. 11/12/06
Hamnm, Danny Radford; Male; 27;
8698 John Hamm Rd, Milton, FL;


Battery-2nd or Subseq Offense (2 cts.).
NDG
Payne, Keith Allen; Male; 43; 201�
Holley St., Pensacola, FL; Drive While
License Susp Habitual Offender,
Drugs-Possess New Legend Drug W/O
Prescription, Possess Cocaine, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And or Use. 11/13/06
Serrano, Jose Martin; Male; 42;
Homestay .Lodge Mobile Hwy,
Pensacola, FL; Possess Cocaine.
11/13/06
Vannerson, William Howard;
Male; 24; 6140 Enfinger Rd, Pace, FL;
DUI. 11/13/06
Anderson, Andrew James; Male;
23; 3345 Greenbriar Cir, Gulf Breeze,
FL; Kidnap Minor-Interfere W/
Custody. 11/14/06
McCranev. Jr., Ronald Marshall;
Male; 21; 4128 Cooley Dr., Pace, FL;
Failure to Appear for Felony Offense.
11/14/06
Nelson. Ir., Kenneth Wade; male;.
25; 120 Williams Ditch Rd., Pensacola,
FL; Larc-Petit 1st Off, Drugs-Possess
Cntrl Sub W/O prescription. 11/14/06
Thompson, Justin Glynn; Male;
27; 7932 Sasser Ln, Pensacola, FL;
Possess Cocaine, Narcotic Equip
Possess And Or Use. 11/14/06
Browder, William Randolph;
Male; 25; 6674 Buddys Ln, Pace, FL;
Stolen Prop-Dealing in Stolen Property.
11/14/06.
Nabors, Ronald James; 7901'
Kamie Ct, Milton, FL; DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 2nd Offense. 11/14/06
S Davis, Keith Wayne;. Ml:" -1:.
5524 Cox Rd, Milton, FL; Traffic
Offense-DUI and Property Damage (2
cts.) NDG
Hurt, Steven Randall; Male; 45;
4465 Angie Ln, Pace, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 11/15/06
Rawlinson.HIlI, Ira Franicis; Male;
34; 5069 Ridgeway Blvd. Milton, FL;
Drive While Lic Susp Habitual
Offender. 11/15/06
Waters, Tania McCartney;
Female; 40; 205 McKinley Drive,
Pensacola, FL; Drugs-Possess Cntrl
Sub W/O Prescription. 11/15/06
Cooper, Justin Diarite; Male; 14;
1231 Rio Grande Circle, Pensacola, FL;
Escape-Youthful Offender From
Extended Confinement. 11/15/06
McKinnie, Quavareick Kevon;
Male; 16; 1976 Seagrape Dr., Navarre,
FL; Robbery-No Firearm or Weapon.
11/15/06
Pughi Kristine Ann; Female; 38;
2019 Hurlburt Field Rd., Ft. Walton
Beach, FL; Probation Violation-Felony
(2 cts.). 11/16/06
Redmond Jr., William George;
Male; 25; 5472 Bluebird St, Milton, FL;
Battery-Touch or Strike (domestic vio-
lence), Cruelty Toward Child Infliction
of Pb,,-ical or MIerital Injury. Obinici
Police Deprine of mean Protecuo or, r
Communication. 11; 16i06
Skinner. Larson Leisa Ga:
Female; 44; 9009 University Pkway,
Pensacola, FL; Probation Violation-
Felony. 11/16/06
Jones, Phelicia Alexandria;
Female; 25; 820 Linda Dr., Mary


Esther, FL; Probation Violation-Felony.
11/16/06
Lewis, Jodi Rae; Female; 33; 5541
Swanner Rd., Milton, FL; Drive While
Lic Susp 2nd Offense, Forgery of Alter
Public Record Certificate, Etc., Resist
Officer Obstruct By Disguised Person.
11/16/06
Pledge, Tanner Edward, Male;
13; 4873 Broadleaf Dr., Pace, FL;
Aggrav Batt-Cause Bodily Harm or
Disability. 11/16/06
Messer, Charles Edward; Male;
61; 5840 Westmont Rd., Milton, FL;
DUI. 11/15/06
Buckley, David Shaw; Male; 43;
3266 Highway 87, Navarre, FL;
Battery-Touch or Strike, Damage Prop-
Crim Misch Over $200 Under $1,000
Subseq Offense. 11/19/06
Gilman, Shana Lynn; Female; 22;
7972 Twin lake Dr., Milton, FL; Failure
to Appear for Felony Offense. 11/19/06
Henderson. Gernaro Deajaye;
Male; 30; 6549 Stanley Cir, Milton, FL;
Aggrav Battery-Offender Knew/Should
Have Known Vict Pregnant' (domestic
violence). 11/17/06
Hil., Thomas Joe; Male; 55; 4633
Gunter Rd, Milton, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony., 11/17/06
Peterson, Cedrick Bernard; Male;
26; 10103 Guidy Ln, Pensacola, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony. 11/17/06
Shiavo. Bobby Dale; Male; 27;
5755 East Milton Rd., Milton FL; Burgl
of Unoccupied Dwelling; Unarmed; No
Asslt/Batt,� Larc-Petit 1st Off, Kidnap
Minor-Interfere With Custody. 11/17/06
Smock III. Walter Douglas; Male;
22; 1171 Eula St., Gulf Breeze, FL;
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and every day of the year,'
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11/17/06
Spears, Paul Elem; Male; 45;
6583 Handy Dr., Milton, FL; Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense. 11/17/06
Trimble, Timothy Paul; Male; 40;
5435 Diamond Head East, Diamond
Head, MS; Larc-Grand Theft $5,000 or
More Less Than $10,000, Veh Theft-
Grand 3rd Degree. 11/17/06
Vowell, James Rodney; male; 81;
4215 Jackson St., Pace, FL; Obscene
Communication-Compile Enter Etc
Computer Porno Re Minor (2 cts.)
11/17/06
Barnes, Brandy Lynn; Female; 26;-
825 Cardinal St., Ft. Walton Beach, FL;
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription, Possess Cocaine,
Marijuana Possess Not More Than 20
Grams, Narcotic Equip-Possess And Or


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Use. 11/19/06
entry, John Wesley; male; 26;
4271 Magnolia Oaks St., Pace, FL;
Burgl of Struct Conveyance Unarmed
W/O Person Inside, Burgl Tools-
Possess With Intent to Use, Larc-Grand
From Posted Construction Site.
11/18/06
Hassan, Adam Abrahem; male;
18; 3760 Carabela Ln, Pace, FL; Drugs-
Possess Cntrl Sub W/O Prescription,'
Marijuana-Possess Not More Than 20
Grams. 11/17/06
Johnson, Helen S; .Female; 48;
4773 Guernsey Rd., Pace, FL; Aggrav
Asslt W/Deadly Weapon Without Intent
to Kill. 11/17/06
Ward, Ted Everett; Male; 40;
1000 Breezy Acres, Pensacola, FL;'
Theft is $300 or More But Less Than


$5,000.11/17/06
all. Tyler Andrew; Male; 16;
8131 Escola St., Navarre, FL; Burglary
of Structure Conveyance Unarmed W/O
Person Inside, Larc-Petit 1st Offense.
11/17/06
Andrews. Arthur Preston; Male;
37; 5091 Patterson Ln, Pace, FL; DUI.
11/19/06
Cochran. Andrew Tong; Male; 19;
1251 Walter Ave., Crestview, FL; DULI.
11/19/06
Spillar, Mark Albert; male; 45;
.4854 Timberland Dr., Pace, FL; DUI
and damage Property, DUI. 11/17/06
Sylvester, Craig Lee; Male; 55;
4246 25th Ave South, Minneapolis,
MN; DUL. 11/18/06.
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Shave bigger fish


to fry than this

The freedom to express our religious beliefs
and'understanid the Bible are very important to the
people of Santa Rosa County. This is evidenced by
the vast number, of religious congregations spread
throughout our county.
Even within our educational system, Bible
study is important to many students and faith-
based educators.
This has been the case for two decades-stu-
dents and educators come together for no other
reason than to understand the Bible.
But now, and to no real surprise, the Panhandle
chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union
(ACLU) is sticking its nose into one specific Bible
study class, taught for the past 20 year, at Pace
High School.
ACLU representatives say they want to ensure
religious beliefs are not being taught to students in
violation of federal law;
In response, Santa Rosa. County School
District officials have been fully cooperative, pro-
viding class curriculum and inviting ACLU repre-
sentatives to sit in on the daily classes.
As expected, ACLU's. Susan Watson, north-
west regional director of the ACLU of Florida,
says while its representatives have reviewed the .
curriculum, there still remain concerns.
It .is .the ACLU's position; or let's, say
"' assumption,"' at this point .that: what is taking
place goes beyond teaching religion in a scholarly.
manner.
It has been made explicitly, clear Florida law,
which allows public schools to conduct- elective-
S' ' cases.in which the' Bible and religion are studied,
is being followed in Pace.
. ' And, as JamriesgAtchison, who has been teach-
*,'' ing. thi class fbr the past five years, has niade clear:
* tthe only purpose of the class is to gain knowledge
of the Judeo-Christian influence on Western cul-
ture.
Furthermore, the class is composed of students
who have volunteered to attend and it is not
mandatory.
Even the students testify the classes focus
solely on explaining each part of the Bible from
the point of literature and a biographical sketch of
what's'there.
We honestly believe Pace High students are
not being influenced to lean toward a particular or
specific religion or belief.
The ACLU's objective is to ensure students are
allowed to freely practice their own religion with-
out the school forcing a particular religion on
them.
And that is exactly what is being done based
on a review of the curriculum, witnessing class-
room activity, interviewing: both the instructor as
well as the students.
We believe the ACLU is barking up the wrong
tree on this issue, and suggest it move on to more
important.civil liberty issues rather than question-
ing what we believe is an excellent opportunity for
young people to learn about the Bible.
There is a place for the ACLU in the grand
.: .scheme :of things,-but we don't think worrying
about a class 'with no complaints in 20 years is the
. right place. There's bound to be bigger fish to fry
S . .. ; DECEMBER 13, 2006

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Area needs more foster homes


FM: KRISTIN WEBB
Dear Editor:

The Panhandle of Florida is currently e\penenc-
ing a critical shortage ol foster homes; tor children
who hate been abused. abandoned. or ne,'lected.
Our agency (the United Methodist Children'i
Home) has been contracted to assist in recruiting fos-
ter homes to. care for the numerous children ini need.
- Children in foster care:are not able to have stable
placements because there are not enough foster homes
to provide for their needs. Some children are placed
hundreds of miles from their families. In our research,
we have discovered our area has an untapped resource
for potential foster parents: retirees.
There are various types of fostering[ available to
individuals and couples v\hc desire to make a differ-
ence in the lives of children in need.
Foster parents have the ability to choose a specif-
ic age range or focus on medically complex children,
developmentally-delayed children, mentally ill chil-
dren or "normal" children.
We also need people interested in being babysit-
ters for foster parents.
Please contact, me at 850-995-9600 for more
information on this program.

Needs help with bills, Christmas

FM: MARY BARNES
Dear Editor:

My name is Mary. I have four children, all grown,
who live with me.
Now, my daughter is a hospice patient. She is in
the end stage of her disease. She is with Hospice of
the Emerald Coast.
Hospice of the Emerald Coast has the least people
working for it, yet, they-are just great.
The reason I'm writing you is to get some help
from your readers, if possible.
My electric bill is $240 and I live on a fixed
income and I just don't have the money this month.
I won't be able to buy Christmas for my family or
to buy food.
My sons can't find a job. My youngest son is
epileptic and has seizures.
I know this sounds like a sob story, but believe
me, it is not.
I just need some help this month.
My daughter would love a jewelry box and a pair
of winter shoes and my sons need winter shoes also.
I don't want anything.. .just a little help.
I don't know how to write this for the paper, but
maybe you can make it where it can be put in the
paper.
We will be very grateful for anm thing v'. e can get.
My daughter has to be on oxygen all the time so
she can breathe.
If anyone can or will help, please do so.
Editor's Note: We cannot publish Mary's phone
number of address for this type of donation, but if
anyone would like to set up an account for her at a
bank, contact the paper and we will provide that type
of information. Donations need to be made to an
acceptable account.


ACLU needs to just move on


FM: BILL BLEDSOE
Dear Editor: -

Well, thde ACLU is at it again.
The. u ill not rest until they have succeeded in
tossing God out of America.
This latest attempt b3 Susan Watson to rid our
society and culture of any vestige of our Christian
heritage is nothing but grandstanding to get much-
needed publicity for an organization that thrives on
sensationalism.
Watson admits she knows the Bible can be taught
in high school, but she cannot produce any evidence
whatsoever that Pace High is violatingg the la%% So,
why doesn't she take.a hike? She likes her name in
print.,
Watson, and her Godless organization. are happi
with activist judges who make such statements as: "'t
is unconstitutional for students to (see) the Ten
Commandments since they might read, meditate
upon, respect, or obey, them." (Stone vs. Graham,
1980; Ring vs. Grand Forks Public School District,
1980; Lanner vs. Wimmer, 1981).
God forbid such a thing might happen,
Every American who is concerned about preserv-
ing -he culture and heritage given us by our Founding
Fathers, and who is disgusted with the way liberal,
secular Humanists are raping our Constitution. should
keep a copy of "Original Intent: the Courts, the
Constitution, and Religion" (Dr. David Barton) in
their possession for ready reference.
It is completely documented to prove America
was founded on Christian principles. Whether the.
Humanists want to believe that or not, they cannot
prove the opposite.
When our traditional values are attacked by
Secular Humanists, and by an organization that was
founded by a Communist, and their agenda is
designed to carry out part of the Communist
Manifesto, it is time for Americans to stand up and be
counted.
I have no problem with. upholding the
Constitution, but I do have one with those % ho "w ant
to dilute and misinterpret the Law of the Land. It is
futile to try to cover this issue in these few sound-
bytes, but a serious study of the above-mentioned
book will prove Watson and her ilk are full of bad
news,
Go. to American State Papers, Walter Lowrie,
.Matthew St. Claire Clark, eds., Wash. D.C., Gades
and Seaton, 1932. It is important and legal proper to
go to original sources for the correct perspective on,
an issue.
If the ACLU's view of the Constitution were to be
carried out to its logical conclusion, the Consrution
would be nothing but someone's hair-brained idea.
I am tired of today's Humanists telling me they
are smarter than, and know more about the
Constitution than those learned statesmen who draft-
ed it, signed it, and pledged their lives, fortunes and
sacred honor to it.
Send your comments to us:
email us at:
news @sr-pg.com
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Santa Rosa...
Sunday. 6:0S p.m.
This is for a message left to
Jesse from Samantha. She said
she took his chairs because $he
thought it v.as an unmanned tent.
She obviously was not raised
%\ell. It doesn't matter if (lie tent
\%as manned or not. The chairs
were not hers to take. I'm sqrry
for your loss. Jesse.

Sunday, 3:32 p.m..
I am Ralph. The picture of the
car you had in the paper (on the
Today in Jay page) is a 19,39
Plymouth coup. I used to have
one.

Saturday, 10:27 p.m.
This is Trish. This is .for
Samantha. It doesn't matter how
you rationalize iL. .those chairs
were not yours and that makes
you a thief. Don't be surprised, in
a few years, if your children end
up in prison. With lessons like
that from their parent, where else
would they end up?

Saturday, 6:10 p.m.
This is Ann. I am a senior cit-
izen. I am concerned about our
courthouse situation. I do think
we need a new one, but raising
property taxes is not the way to.
do it. Everything keeps goingup.
I think we need, to ha\&,. a
Tallahassee Tea Party. I .ovild
rather pay a few extra cents sales
tax than have property 0o%%urs
pay more tax. . ,
d"
Saturday, 4:20 p.m.
_ The City. Council people tilk
about the heavy traffic in Nlifton
-as a reason for not letting ,.the
charitable organization collect
money in the medians. Well. ;ihe
street preachers have'no business
being there either. If people want
church, they know to go;' to
church. 'A

Saturday, 3:48 p.m.
Hi. This is.Kathleen. Just read
the speak out from Samantha. I
hope she is really proud of ler-
self. It really3 shov, s what a tra'h\
person she is.

Saturday, 9:15 p.m.
This is Jim. If you are sick of
receiving junk mail, when you
receive the envelopes they ihve
postage-paid return envelopes,
take all your junk mail, cut itMp,
put it in the envelop along with a
letter thanking them for !the
opportunity to get rid of your j~nk
mail and send it to them on their
dime. It won't take long for you
to get off their mailing list.






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Freezing temperatures all
the way to the Gulf Coast in
early January. That's the word
from The Old Farmer's
Almanac.
The forecast for the coming
winter for the Gulf Coast region

\Hydrants
Continued From Page One.
hydrants. When a hydrant has
been deemed operational, it is
given a new paint scheme: red
and yellow. This effort leaves
no question in the minds of fire-
fighters about whether or not a
hydrant works.
, In October, the Pace
volunteerr Fire Department
responded to a house fire
caused by a lightning strike.
The nearest hydrant was cor-
roded shut, according to Fire
'Chief Donnie Wadkins. The
h''hydrant was beaten with a
"f'heavy tool before access to
w"'ater was finally gained. The
2'ffort took approximately eight
Iflainutes, Wadkins says.
9'"1 Other water systems, such
"as Holley-Navarre and the City
of Milton, work with the fire
departments in the district to
ensure hydrants are maintained.
Q Santa , Rose � County
^'Emergency Management
'Obperations Chief Brad Baker
' s s a draft letter was created to
go out to all water systems in
the county. The letter requests
information from each system
regardingg the date of the sys-
"fern's last system-wide hydrant
fest, what the fire flow ratio is
(the amount of water expected
to be produced during an emer-
o 'enc% i, and the physical loca-
'tion of the hydrant. Baker says
',.'the information is needed to
update Emergency
Management computers.
The County Commission is
-'expected to vote on the new
ordinance it tomorrow's meet-
ing, scheduled to begin at 9
2"a.m. at the county complex.


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and Gulf Breeze or the Town of
Jay)'is 127,411. The total cur-
rent county population estimate
is 141,428.
"Pace has exceeded all of
the demographers expectations.
With the same experience
we've had, if people think traf-
fic is bad now, if the carrying
capacity of our roads isn't
improved, imagine what it'll be
like with 30,000 more people
driving on them," says
Jorgenson. Each new home is
estimated to put 10 "trips" per
day on roads surrounding the
home.
He states most of the roads
in Santa Rosa County are close
to exceeding capacity. They
will become dysfunctional, he
speculates.


"During peak hours, if
you're sitting at a red light and
it turns green, you can't move
all the waiting cars, the inter-
section has failed. We're very
close to that happening now."
stresses Jorgenson.
Volunteers were sought for
a sub-committee called Land
Use and Transportation.
Workgroup. The volunteers
will meet once a week for two
hours and work with staff to
draft a Pace Area Plan.
They will take public input,
develop goals, and identify spe-
cific tasks for achieving those
goals. Committee members
will present their plan at a
March 3 meeting.
Jorgenson says, at the end
of the meeting, 28 residents


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volunteered for the committee
and he expects more to sign up.i;
"We're beginning to form a 4
skeletal framework to hang the,3j
meat on," sa\ s "ideas" into '-
."goals,"' identify funding, r
.sources and develop specificq;
recommendations. ;i;
Santa Rosa County.,.
Commission Chair Tomi3
Stewart says it is hard to find a^
consensus in an unincorporated,-
area. .
"Developers can't foot the,~
whole bill for the roads. Their ,
consensus is, we have a road r..
problem," says Stewart. ..l

Story written by Pamelar.-
Holt. Reach her at:
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Promise


Continued From Page One.
ter is not a da\ care. Families
have to find a day care when,
benefits are provided.
Shelters are offered through
local churches in the area. A
family may stay at a shelter
church for a week, then transfer
to another church for the fol-
lowing week and it's repeated
every week.
Baldwin says 20 churches
have, signed up with Family
Promise; 10 are shelter church-,
es and 10 are support volun-
teers, providing gas, transporta-
tion, clothing, and food.,
Having an organization
working with so many people
requires patience, understand-
ing and regulations.
Baldwin says a member of
one family didn't abide by the
rules: drinking alcohol and
smoking on church grounds.
Baldwin says it was the father
who committed the infractions
and he was dismissed to attend
Dry Tank, a sobriety program.
"His wife and children are
still in the program," says
Baldwin, "Accountability must
be met ,to stay in Family
Promise."
,, Tq ,dat eshe' notes., even
person who signed up with
Family 'Promise reports good


results and says they want it to
continue.
The first family graduated
from the program recently.
Laird says the mother and son'
have successfully transitioned
into a place of their own. They
are enjoying a stable job, con-
sistency and improvement in
the boy's school performance.
While Family Promise
needs volunteers for transporta-
tion, donations, and training
materials, Laird notes, "...it's
the volunteers who make the.
program successful."
Baldwin agrees.
"(Volunteers) give love and nur-


during. This is what makes their.
self-esteem go up and they hold(C
them accountable to meet their i
goals. Volunteers help them not ,
feel alone. They have no one to
help them, this is why they
became homeless," , saysir
Baldwin: ;ij
For more information, con,-d
tact Debbie Laird, Director o'
Family Promise at the Dayq
Center- 623-5300 or Margiqo
Baldwin at 983-9601. Visit thqen
web site at www. fami-,I
lypromisesrc. orq. .
Storv written by Pamela
Holt. Reach her at-g
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Continued From Page One.
scene, along with Rural Metro
Ambulance, and the Florida
Highway Patrol.
The Ford .pickup truck was
pulled from the railroad tracks
by the fire department in an


attempt to get train traffic mov-7
ing again. Trains could be seen-)
backed up in both directions
following the accident. I'-
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a man in one of what authorities ed across the street from Milton
call "a string of armed rob- High School-was robbed by a'
beries" occurring in the area. man described as black, around'
Miles Orlando Calrissian 20 years old, approximately:
was charged with the robbery of 5' 10, with a mustache. He fled:
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at 6760 Caroline St. direction from the store with an'
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Bagdad choir presents
'Let Earth Receive...'
The Choir of Bagdad
United Methodist Church will
present "Let Earth Receive Her
King," on Sunday, Dec. 17th at
6:00 pm in the Fellowship Hall.
This Christmas musical is writ-
ten by Ed Kee and will be
directed by Alice Davis and
accompanied on the piano by
Shirley Videtich. There is no
charge for the program and
everyone is invited for refresh-
ments and fellowship after the
program. , Bagdad United
Methodist Church is located at
4540 Forsyth Street in the his-
toric village of Bagdad, Milton,
FL. For more information, call
the church at 626-1948.

Olivet Baptist has
special event on tap
The Christmas ,Musical,
"Jesus, There's Something
About That Name," was created
by Tony Wood and Russell
Mauldin. It was arranged and
orchestrated by Russell
Mauldin. The Olivet Baptist
Church Choir will present it at
11 a.m. on Sunday, December
17th. This powerful 40-minute
presentation combines narra-
tion and drama with several
heart-warming hymns and
favorites retelling God's pur-
pose and plan to send the
Promised One-Jesus! At the
name of Jesus,. every knee shall
bow and every tongue confess
that Jesus Christ is Lord!
1 Featuring soloists: Kristi
Spears, Robin Davidson,
Frankie Godsey and Mary
Hobbs and our narrator Jim
Fletcher, the following songs of
Christmas will be featured:
"Come and Worship Medley"
consisting of "There's
Something About That Name,
0 Come All Ye Faithful and
Ring O'er the .Earth";
"Promised One Medley" featur-
ing "0 Come, 0 Come,
Emmanuel and Come, Thou
Long-Expected Jesus"; "Living
I,n Me," "Beautiful Name
lMedley" with "That Beautiful
Name and There's Something
About That Name"; "Blessed
Be the Child"; "'Cherish That i
Name"; "Here I am to Worship
With Joy to the World,"; "Go
Ond Worship Medley" including
',Go, Tell It on the Mountain,
(et All Excited and 0 Come,
11 Ye Faithful." These Christ
entered selections will warm
fpur heart as you think of
Christimas arl its true meaning.
� Come join the Olivet
congregation and Choir on
jinday, December 17th for this
very special tribute to our Lord
and Savior, Jesus, the Christ!
Our church is located at 5340
pogwood Dr., Milton.
.' For more information, call
the office of Olivet Baptist
Church at 623-2780.


'Gospel According
to Scrooge' is coming
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 to
Scrooge performances, in the
past, received great reviews
and, according to Raley, played
to over 30,000 in Minnesota in
the early '80s.
"We purchased the rights to
the play, so we have freedom to
make changes and we are sure
no one else in the local area will
be producing the same musi-
cal."
The cast includes: Vicky
Stanfield as Mrs. Cobbler,
Roger , Rearick as Bob
Cratchett, Melanie Prewitt as
Mrs. Cratchett, Audrey Nix as
Martha Cratchett, Linda Kelly
as Belinda Cratchett, Brett
Raley as Tiny Tim Cratchett,
Michael Dixon as young
Scrooge, Katie Nix as young
adult Belle, Michael Payne as
young adult Scrooge, Nate
Baldwin as Jacob .Marley,
Caitlyn Prewitt as Angel 1,
Deanna Pitts. as the laundress,
Casey Crim as char woman,
Markus Green as pawn broker,
Rebeccas"Raley as Angel 2.
Da'id Crim as Death Angel,
Alicia- Morgan as girl \\ith
slingshot, Steve Gill as man on
street 1,4 Ken Pitts as ma on
street 2, Tim Moon as man on
street 3, John Allemon as man
on street 4, Vanessa Allemon as5
caroler, Dianne Herron as car-
oler, Rickie Ray as caroler,
Mary Ann Carpenter as school
teacher, and John Raley as
Scrooge.
Townspeople will be por-
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.
Reach writer at:
holt@sr-pg.com


Milton High readies
'Christmas Zone'
The "Christmas Zone" will
be presented at Milton High
School Auditorium on Friday &
Saturday, December 15th &
16th at 7 p.m. (Doors open at
6:30 p.m.) Admission is free!
The Carters, a typical-
American family, read the
Christmas Story every
Christmas Eve. It's a tradition.
But they had never really expe-
rienced Christmas like they
would this year.
When the angel Gabriel
arrives, he guides them in a real
encounter with the characters of
Christmas. They get to meet
Mary and Joseph, the shep-
herds, and others. This can only
happen in The Christmas Zone.
It will be an evening of fun,
laughter, singing, and worship
as you follow the Carters back
to Bethlehem on that first
Christmas. This drama,
designed for the whole family,
will be a great way to celebrate
the holiday season.
Christmas Zone is present-
ed by Bay Area Vineyard
Church.

Replica ship 'Nina'
to visit Pensacola area
On Friday, December 22,
the "Nina," a replica of
Columbus' favorite ship will
open in Pensacola. The ship
will be docked at the Palafox
Pier Marina, 997 S. Palafox,
until her departure , early
Tuesday morning. January 2.
Built completely by hand
and without the use of any
power tools, Archaeology mag-
azine called the ship "the most
historically correct Columbus
replica ever built." The 'Nina'
was used in the production of
the film '1492' starring Gerard
Depardieu and directed by
Ridley Scott,
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 for adults, $4 for
senior citizens, and $3 for stu-
dents. Children 4 and under are
free.'The ship will be open
e'ery day from 9 a.m; to 6'p.m.
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By OBIE CRAIN
PRIME Editor
After the several nights of
hard freezes we've had recent-
ly, it's somewhat difficult to con-
vince those who aren't aware of
it, that Old Man,Winter hasn't
even arrived yet! He is still eight
days away from officially set-
Stling in.
But if last week's weather
was any kind of harbinger of
what we can expect when win-
Ster does get here, we are facing
some rough times. Actually, I
think in recent years winters
have tended to be somewhat
mild. I'm remembering weather
some 15 years or so ago that
* had my well frozen for nearly a
c week, and splintered so many
.1. pipes in some of my walls that I
,e had to remodel part of my
s house.
S' That's why I'm OK with
J' what we've just had. But when I
Y feel, the brutal effects of the
, cold, I worry that there may be
some less fortunate who are
also suffering. If you know of
any. elderly people in your
neighborhood whom you think
may not be faring well, please
take the time to see about
them. If you can be of help, it
won't be just those you assist
that benefit. You will be a much
i" better person for your efforts.
Believe me.
Well, now, on to Christmas!
Its time is also measured, 12
days .to be exact! (No puri
intended here for you to act out
the 12 days to Christmas sce-
nario!) But it doesn't give you a
lot of time to get all your shop-
ping and other errands done if
you haven't already started.
Christmas is also a time for
remembering, and I'm loaded
down with memories from this
past year. Although there are no
certain friends who are more
special than others, there are
some relationships that stand
out significantly, and Iwould like
to take this opportunity to
acknowledge a number of
them.
There are Marlin and
Carolyn Thompson, Bruce and
Jo Anne Byrd, and Bill and
Carolyn Barnes who have been
especially inspirational. Charles
R., Troy C., Jim M., Wayne and
Tonja Davis, and all my fellow
employees and administrative
staff at the Press Gazette have
made my year so much more
manageable.
Of course, you, my PRIME
Fans are even more important.
You are those who have kept
me focused 'for the past 16
years, and I appreciate you
tremendously. Nor would I want
to leave out "the girls at the
bank (Regions in Milton)" who
have been so responsive to my
banking needs as well as all the
fine friends I have made during
my. business feature rounds.
You have all been wonderful,
and I feel so enriched for having
become acquainted with you.
As the month races on to
the new year, please take the
time to count your blessings, re-
Saccess your priorities, and give
your fellowman his due. The
coming year is the first year of
Sthe rest of your life, and I know
Syou would like to make the most
of it.
S As the Big Day nears, keep
School (I guess I should say
warm), take care of yourselves,
and enjoy whatever you do. We
Sometimes spend so much time
doing for others that we forget
ourselves. And it shouldn't be
That way.
i Make it a point over the hol-
idays to plan some activities
that you will personally take
Pleasure in. I summarily reject
Sthe premise that thinking of our-
Sselves once in a while is selfish.
S Take care of yourselves,
Sand remember what I said
about being special. You are.


Her MAKING MEMORIES a major accomplishment at 94!


If you want to keep busy, try writing a book: Mrs. Jewell Golden did!


By OBIE CRAIN
PRIME Editor

After retirement when you
find yourself at wits end for lack
of something to do, take a tip
from Mrs. Jewell Golden: Plan
and write a book! She says it
was a lot of hard work but fun
and entertaining as it pro-
gressed.
Actually, according to
Jewell, she never lacked some-
thing to do, even after she
retired at 88. And the real moti-
vation for her book was not for
want of something else to do,
but as a reflection on a wonder-
ful life and heritage that she'
wished to share with her family..
It all began when her hus-
band, Albert Golden, became ill
and suffered an extended peri-
od in intensive care. She
remained with him constantly,
and while anxiously awaiting his
recovery and to help pass the
time away, she began making
notes about her own life that
eventually became the nucleus
for her book, MAKING MEMO-
RIES.
The book is actually a ". . .
as told to" autobiography,
orchestrated by Jewell's niece,
Ginny Brown, who married the
stepson of Ira D. Wells, one of
her brothers.
On the cover of my auto-
graphed copy, Jewell is up front
with her admission, "I've done a
lot, but it has taken me ninety-
four years to do it all." She told
me she wanted to portray the
story of her life, ": . . so thpt my
grandchildren and their children
would know of their heritage."
My copy acknowledges me as ".
. . a friend of Albert's and mine
for many years."
And the book is simply that,
a story of her life which encom-
passes a great deal of the lives
of other members of her family
as well as various individuals


who have impacted her suc-
cess.
The. name of the book,.
MAKING MEMORIES, is espe-
cially significant, according to
Jewell's oldest daughter Katie'
Lou Golden Culpepper. "It has
always been Mama's favorite
expression," Katie Lou
explained. "Whenever she took
any of us on a trip or we did
something special, she would
always say, .'We're MAKING
MEMORIES'," and the name
she selected reflects this senti-
ment. She says she's making all
these old memories available in
her new book, MAKING MEMO-
RIES.
MAKING MEMORIES cer-
tainly stirs a lot of memories in a
lot of people. Ginny Brown who
engineered the mechanics of
the volume meticulously and
systematically cataloged the
contents so they would flow in
an orderly fashion.
The five parts include family
history, childhood and formative
years, courtship and marriage,
the Golden years of adulthood
and family, and a final section
on recipes, poems, and a pic-
ture album called Potpourri.
Illustrations, likewise, tend to
lend rhythm and flow to the con-
tinuing life story of a wonderful
woman.
The book was planned as
part of the celebration of
Jewell's 94th birthday. Written in
a mesmerizing style that 'holds
your attention, the book is a
captivating piece of literature
that tells much of the history of
Santa Rosa County in addition
to the Golden family.
It tells how she and Albert
started out their married life with
just five dollars, and was not
able to afford a copy of their
marriage certificate. She later
saved her money and bought
one after Albert chided her, "You
can't prove we're married!" The


book is so intimate in its revela-'
tion that any reader who is even
vaguely familiar with the local
history and color will find it spell-
binding.
"There's never been a time
in our lives that Albert and I did-
n't work, and work hard," Jewell
acknowledges in The Passing
Years section of the volume. "At
first it was scratch for a living.
We never had time to spend for
playing with the children. Our
attention, by necessity, had to
be focused on other things, and
our, children had to work with
us."'
But by demonstration she
reflected the values that earned
her the title of Florida's Mother
of the Year in 1974..
In essence, MAKING MEM-
ORIES is a larger history, a
saga, the tale of a family which
has had one of the greatest
impacts on the local area in
modern times. History becomes
the .backdrop as the family
grows. Children Katie" Lou, son
Curtis, and -youngest' daughter
Naomi are all portrayed as play-
ers on the Golden stage, and a
reader will have an easy time
identifying with the community
as they all grew up.
The story is about family as
well as Jewell. And her husband
Albert who died at the age of 84.
"Albert was my life partner for
over 60 years, and this book is
almost as much his story as it is
mine," Jewell says in a section
designated Albert's Mark.
"The growth he showed
over his lifetime is almost unbe-
lievable," she 'added. "He start-
ed his life as the son of a share-
cropper, even plowing with a
mule at age eight. He was
somewhat afraid of his stern
father, but he fought with him for
the privilege of going to school.
He ran away from home and so
got the reputation of being the
'black sheep' of his family. Yet


Were you born before 1940?

Here's a memory-refresher if you've forgotten!


Were you born before
1940?
Here's a few memory-
refreshers for some of us who
may have forgotten!
We are survivors! Consider
the changes we have wit-
nessed.
We were before, television,
before penicillin, before polio
shots, frozen foods, Xerox, con-
tact lens, frisbees, and the pill!
We were before radar, cred-
it cards, split atoms, laser
beams, and ballpoint pens. We
were before pantyhose, dish-
washers, clothes dryers, electric
blankets, air conditioners, drip
dry clothes, and before man
walked on the moon.
We got married first and
then lived together. How quaint
can you be?
In our time closets were for
clothes-not for coming out of.
Bunnies were small rabbits, and
rabbits were not Volkswagens.
Designer Jeans were scheming
girls named Jean or Jeanne,
and having a meaningful rela-
tionship meant getting .along
well with our cousins.
We thought fast food was
what you ate during Lent, and
outer pace was the back of the
drive-in theatre. We were before
house-husbands, gay rights,
computer dating, dual careers,
and computer marriages.


We were before daycare
centers, group therapy, and
nursing homes.
We never heard of FM
radio, tape decks, electric type-.
writers, artificial hearts, word
processors, yogurt, and guys
wearing earrings. For us time-
sharing meant togetherness,
not computers or condomini-
ums.
A chip meant a piece of
wood. Hardware meant hard-
ware, and software wasn't even
a word.
In 1940 "made in Japan"
meant junk, and the term "mak-
ing out" referred to how you did
on an exam. Pizzas,
McDonald's, and instant coffee
were unheard of. We hit the
scene when there were 5 and
10 cent stores where you
bought things for a nickel and a
dime.
Harrell's Drug Store sold ice
cream cones for a nickel or a
dime. For one nickel you could
ride a bus, make a phone call,
buy Pepsi, or enough stamps to
mail a letter and two postcards.
You could buy a new Chevy
coupe for $600, but who could
afford one? A pity, too, because
gas was only 11 cents a gallon!
In our day, cigarette smok-
ing was fashionable, Grass was
mowed, Coke was a cold drink,
and Pot was something you


cooked in.
Rock music was a grand-
ma's lullaby, and AIDS were
helpers in the Principal's office.

We were certainly NOT
before the difference between
the sexes was discovered, but
we.were surely before the.sex
change. We made do with what
we had. And we were the last
generation that was so dumb as
to think you needed a husband
to have a baby!
No wonder we are so con-
fused, and there is such a gen-
eration gap today!
But we survived. What bet-
ter reason to celebrate!

A PRIME
Christmas Card

From all of us who bring you
PRIME each month, Merry
Christmas and Happy New Year!
May your holiday season be merry
and your new year successful and
productive. Please, have a good
time, but exercise proper caution
and be reasonable with
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he eventually supported his
widowed mother and give finan-
cial help to all his siblings."
She says that by grit, deter-
mination, and hard work, he
won a place of respect in the
community and became friends
with powerful politicians and
business leaders.
I had the privilege of salut-
ing him in my story of his death
were I lamented him' as "One of
Santa Rosa County's most well
known and respected figures
who will long be remembered
for his contributions."
Jewell gave me permission
to use whatever I like from the
book, and I will wind up with the
Epilog which Jewell acknowl-
edges as My Family-Today. This
is her view of it all:
"As I publish this book, in
2006, I aim celebrating my nine-
ty-fourth birthday. I look at my
family with joy, happiness, and
pride. My beloved husband has
been gone for eight years, and I
miss him every day Of my sib-,
lings, Agnes, Martin, Iris, and
Leroy are still living, and we
remain close.
"Katie Lou has remained at
my side for her entire life. She
and Winston have lived and
worked with Albert and me in
numerous ventures;. Their chil-
dren have oeen7 especially
close., "Curtis has been a promi-
nent and respected figure in the
law field, serving as Florida
State Attorney, an elective


office, for thirty-seven years
until his retirement last year.
Now that he is retired, he has
been very close and helpful,
and I see him frequently.
"Naomi is my gypsy. She
has chosen an independent life
and now lives in Tennessee, a
successful businesswoman.
We stay in, contact and visit
each other occasionally. She is
there when I need her.
"Our faith in God remains
strong, a driving force in the
entire family," she concluded.
Mrs. Golden says there has
not been one ounce of commer-
cialism in the adventure of writ-
ing this book. "I wanted it for my
grandchildren so' they would
know where, they 'came from,"
she said.
And about Jewell, Ginny
Brown writes: "Jewell wrote
extensive memories. Her writ-
ing is charming. She projects a,
warm, cheerful love of life and
has a snappy sense of humor.
Her world comes alive -when
she speaks for herself. ,So
much of this book is in Jewell's
own words. It is as though she
is talking to the reader." In as
much as the book is not a com-
mercial venture, there are no
copies available to the public.
But Mrs, Golden says that if
anyone is really interested in
getting a copy of the book they
should contact the publishers,
Trent's Prints, Chumuckla,
Florida, www.trentsprints.com


OSKAR'S CORNER

And you are welcome to it!
By Oscar Davis

I know you have heard people say, "We need to have an Old
Fashioned Christmas."
I think it might be a good thing. There would be things that would
teach our young a little humility, and they might appreciate what they
have a little more. They haven't a clue. �
It would start out Christmas Eve with singing those great
Christmas songs throughout the community, say, in groups of eight
or ten. People would invite us in for hot chocolate and cake, even
that old crabby lady that lived a block down the road. It was a ges-
ture of good will and sometimes healing old wounds. It was received
with a spirit of appreciation.
The kids didn't sleep too well. Anticipation of Santa's visit and
anxiety took its toll. Then to get up long before the normal time and
run to the tree and pile into the gifts looking for the ones that had our
names on them or the ones that were obviously ours. What a time
of joy for us.
' Now if we had an Old Fashioned Christmas and went to our
neighbor's house to sing, he would probably have us arrested for
trespassing. Instead of chocolate, he might dash hot water on us.
After all, he has only lived near us for five years, and we don't even
know his name. Modern times are great!
On Christmas morning, it's "Will you cut out that noise and let
me sleep?" Can you imagine the kids gathering around our tree after
finding their stocking with an orange and some candy in it? And then
to find a pair of overalls and a new denim shirt, or maybe a red
wagon or scooter or tricycle. And if we were real good all year, we
might get a pair of skates.
Can't you just see the shock on your grandchild's face? After
thinking about it, I just don't think our kids could stand an Old
Fashioned Christmas. Come to think of it, could we? I guess we had
better just keep it a part of our memory.
People can't endure it today, but they can't take it out of our
memory. It was great when we appreciated gifts instead of expect-
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* long-distance customers can
: use to figure their telephone tax
refund. These amounts, which
' range from $30 to $60, will
" enable millions of individual
taxpayers to request the tele-
phone tax refund without hav-
ing to dig through old phone
bills.
In general, 'anyone who
paid the long-distance tele-'
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their 2006 federal income .tax
return. This includes individu-
als, businesses and nonprofit
organizations. The 2006 return
is usually filed during 2007.
The standard amounts are
based on the total number of
exemptions claimed on the
. 2006 federal income tax return.
The standard amounts are $30
Sfor a person filing a return with
one exemption, $40 for two
exemptions, $50 for three
6 exemptions and $60 for four or
more exemptions.
For example, a married
couple filing a joint return with
; two dependent children (for a
total of four exemptions) will be
eligible for the maximum stan-
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"The easiest way for eligi-
ble taxpayers to get their
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By the

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The IRS has released
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Commissioner Mark W.
Everson. "These amounts save
taxpayers from locating 41
months of old phone bills and
analyzing these bills to deter-
mine the taxes paid. We believe
the standard amounts are both
reasonable and fair."
To get the standard amount,
eligible taxpayers only need to
fill out one additional line on
their, regular 2006 return. The
IRS is creating a special-short
form (Form 1040EZ-T) for those
who don't need to file a regular
return.
The standard amounts are
based on actual telephone
usage data, and the standard
amount applicable.to a family or
other household reflects the
long-distance phone tax paid by
similarly sized families or
households. Those who paid
the long-distance tax on service
billed after Feb. 28, 2003 and
before Aug. 1, 2006 are eligible
for a refund.
Only individuals can use the
standard amounts. Alternatively,


individual taxpayers can choose
to figure their refund using the
actual amount of tax paid.
Details on requesting the
telephone tax refund will be
included in all 2006 tax return
materials and on irs.gov.
Though businesses and
nonprofits must base their tele-
phone tax refund on the actual
amount of tax paid, the IRS is
looking for, ways to make the
refund, process easier for these
taxpayers.
The IRS, is considering an
estimation method businesses
and nonprofits may use for fig-
uring the tax paid.
"Businesses and nonprofits
generally have more varied
usage patterns than individuals
do," Everson said.
"We've met with a number
of business and nonprofit
groups to understand their con-
cerns, and'we plan to continue
to work with them to come up
with a reasonable method for.
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CAN YOU IDENTIFY THIS PATH?-It has been here for nearly a century, or perhaps an entire one,
and many of our feet have trod there. It was once a major thoroughfare for automobiles as well.
Although it's practically useless now, and was severely ravaged by hurricanes in recent years,
it has been respectfully cleaned up and is rather tidy now. Recognize it? The first person who
mails or brings in the answer to that question will be entitled to a 6-month subscription to the
Press Gazette. (No phone calls, please, on this one.) In case of a walk-in and a mail-in tie, dupli-
cate prizes will be awarded. Your answer should identify the road and tell why it's considered by
many to be "useless" today. Mail or bring in your answer to Prime Photo Quiz, c/o Obie Crain,
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Identity theft:

It's so seriously far reaching it can affect your income tax return!


How are my tax records
affected by Identity Theft?


Edward Rouse


Magic Numbers
- No, you don't need to believe in astrology or numerology, The
magic numbers mean that the IRS has released the numbers we
need to get ready for the 2007 tax year. These numbers, in full, can
be found at www.irs.gov/newsroom.
Health Savings Accounts HSAs
These are, essentially, medical IRAs. If you have a high
deductible health insurance policy, you can "self insure" against the
higher deductible by putting money into a health savings account.
The amount you -contribute is fully tax deductible, and when you
'" take it out for medical purposes, the money comes out tax-free.
, Wow! It is like. a regular IRA going in and a ROTH IRA coming out,
but it is for medical expenses orily. The definition of an HDHP is
, inflation adjusted each year, as are the maximum contribution fig-
ures. Here they are:
New Annual Contribution Levels for HSAs:
For 2007, the maximum annual HSA contribution for an eligible
' individual with self-only coverage is $2,850. (Note: for any individ-
ual, the maximum contribution is the lesser of the indexed amount
or the deductible of the HDHP.) For Family coverage the maximum
. HSA contribution is $5,650. Catch up contributions for individuals
who are 55 or older is increased by statut6 to $800 for 2007. Both
the HSA contribution and catch up contribution apply pro rata based
on the number of months of the year a taxpayer is ar eligible indi-
,. vidual.
New Amounts for Out/Pocket Spending
The maximum annual out-of-pocket amounts for HDHP self-
coverage increase to %5,500 and the maximum annual out-of-pock-
et amount for HDHP family coverage is twice that, $1,100 for self-
, only coverage and $2,200 for family coverage.
Exemptions, Standard Deductions, and Tax Brackets
The inflation adjusted amounts for exemptions and standard
deductions, as well as for IRAs and ROTH IRAs can be found in
Revenue Procedure 2006-53: The value of each personal and
dependency examination, available to most taxpayers, will be
$3,400, up $100 from 2006. The new standard deduction will be
$10,700 for married couples filing a joint return (up $400), $5,350
for singles and married individuals filing separately (up $200) and
$7,850 for heads of household (up $300). Nearly two out of three
taxpayers take the standard deduction, rather than itemizing deduc-
tions, such as mortgage interest, charitable contributions, and state
and local taxes. Tax-bracket thresholds will increase for each filing
status. For a married couple filing a joint-return, for example, the
taxable-income threshold separating the 5-percent bracket from the
25-percent bracket will be $63,700 up from $61,300 in 2006.
In 2007, for the first time, inflation adjustments will raise the
income limits that apply to the retirement savings contributions cred-
.' it, contributions to a Roth IRA and deductible contributions to a tra-
Sditional IRA, where the taxpayer or the taxpayer's spouse is cov-
Sered by a retirement plan at work.
There are a lot of magic numbers out there so beware and look
ahead to insure that any tax steps you are considering provide you
the benefits!
(This article is for general information purposes only, and is not intended to
provide professional tax advice. To determine how this or any other tax informa-
' tion may apply to your specific tax situation, contact your tax professional for
more details and counsel.)


Generally, identity thieves
use someone's personal data to
steal his or her financial
accounts and run up charges on
the victim's existing credit
cards; but you need to be aware
of some other potential areas
where this type of fraud may.
occur as they relate directly to
your tax records.
Undocumented workers or
some other individuals may use
your Social Security Number to
get a job.
That person's employer
would report W-2 wages earned
using your information to the
IRS so it might appear that you
did not report all of your income
on your return. (
An identity thief may file a
tax return using your Social
Security Number to receive a
refund.
If the thief already filed a
return using your Social
-Security Number, the IRS will


believe that you already filed
and received your refund, and
the return you just submitted is a
second copy or duplicate.
If you do receive a notice
from the IRSthat , 1ads,you to ,
believe someone may have
used your Social Security
Number fraudulently, please
notify IRS immediately by
responding to the name and
number printed on the notice or
letter.
Be alert to possible identity
theft if the notice or letter states
that:
--more than one tax return
for you was filed, or
--IRS records indicate, you
received wages from an
employer unknown to you.
If you receive a notice, con-
tact us either by phone or in writ-
ing as directed in that notice.
Our tax examiners will work with
you and other agencies, such as
the Social Security


Has your identity been stolen?
What should you do if you think your identity has been stolen?
File a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission iFTC).
* The FTC maintains a database ol identity thefl cases used
by law enforcement agencies for investigations.
* The FTC is the lead government agency for information
about identity thef.
* Call the FTC identity theft hotline at 1-877-438-4338.,
Contact the fraud departments of any one of the three major
credit bureaus.
* The credit bureaus will place a fraud alert on your credit file,
requesting creditors to contact you.



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20 minutes in a 3500 oven. This
will serve a large gathering of
hungry folks, as the recipe
makes 600 mouth-watering


rolls. This should get a large
family through most of the hol-
iday season, and maybe even
into Super Bowl Sunday.


food prepared so that a drop in
guest will be assured of enough
to eat.
A longstanding tradition is
to always have plenty of fresh
rolls or biscuits available each
meal. Here in the South those
wonderful homemade biscuits
are enjoyed with a meal, used to
'sop up' anything that may be
hard to pick up with a fork, and
used as a 'pusher' to get some
foods onto a fork more easily.
Everyone has fond memories of
smelling, homemade biscuits
baking in the oven, being
served in a cloth covered bowl
or basket, and smearing them
with butter, jam, syrup or
molasses. Even plain, they are
always a taste treat. And today,
busy cooks have several options
for preparing these tasty treats.
Available in the grocery
stores are several types of ready
made biscuit; frozen one in bulk
bags, portions for an individual
or small family, mixes for easy
preparation, and se% eral brands
to select from. But many cooks
still like to make biscuits the
real old-fashion way - measure,
mix, knead, bake and serve.
Cafeteria Manager, Sheila Beck
at East Milton' ES has shared
her recipe for making wonder-
ful homemade rolls served at
the school. This will serve a
good-sized crowd of friends,
family, neighbors, and any
other hungry soul.
The ingredients/and direc-
tions arey as listed: Baker's
Active dry yeast (15 oz.), and 1
gallon of warm water. Dissolve
the yeast in the warm water and
let stand for 5 minutes'. Next
place all of the following ingre--
dients in a -very large mixing
. bowl, 37 pounds & 8 ounces of
all purpose flour, 1 pound & 14
oz. of dry non-fat powdered
milk, 1 pound & 1-1/2 ounce of
sugar, 11 ounces of salt. Use a
big dough hook, and blend
these dry ingredients for 2 min-
utes. Add yeast and blend slow-
ly. Let the dough rise for about
20-30 minutes. Pinch off por-
tion sized amounts (about', oz.)
and shape into a biscuit. Place
on baking sheets and bake for


Christmas fun...



redneck style...


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Whether it was a ride on a southern
pontoon boat...Christmas style (upper
left) or a pitchfork-wielding Santa
(lower left) or just a Santa in "bibs,"
last weekend's Christmas Parade in
Chumuckla was custom-ordered for
the redneck in December. (Lower
right) colorful, albeit "over the top"
attire set the stage for this float. The
Chumuckla Redneck Parade, still a rel-
atively "young" event, has quickly
become one of the most popular holi-
day happenings in the Panhandle.
Residents lined the rural streets of the
parade route for a chance at some
thrown candy or other goodies.
Press Gazette photos
by Lynne Hough


Bigger than the average home kitchen mixer - Martha Terrell shows ,I
the type used at EMES for making a BIG batch of rolls.
Press Gazette photo by Jan Dempsey

Marsha Pugh,
S''G u id anc e
Counselor at East
Milton ES, pre-
sented the staff at
the Milton ,
Domino's Pizza
with a. plaque to '1
show the appreci-
ation of the entire ,
4- EMES.for the con-
tinuing support
they receive from
Domino's. A big
S"thank you" from
all of -the East'-,�
M i I t o0 n ,'
Roadrunners.
Press Gazette,.
photo
by Jan Dempsey ,


Wednesday-December 13, 2006


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Wednesday-Decem er ,


Community Briefs


Ard Field Cemetery
sets Candlelight event
There will be a Christmas
Luminary Candlelight service
at the Ard Field Cemetery on
Sunday, December 17 at 5 p.m.
Those of you who have loved
ones there will have a candle to
light on your loved one's grave.
A Christmas service and carols
will follow the lighting ceremo-
ny. For more information call
623-4372.

Milton's vehicle
committee to meet
The City of Milton Vehicle
Committee will meet. on
Thursday, December 14, at
10:3Q a.m. in Conference Room
B at City Hall, 6738 Dixon
Street. For further information
on the meeting, contact the City
Manager's office at 983-5411.
All meetings are open to the
public.

Milton Finance group
slates Dec. 18 meet
The City of Milton's
Finance Committee will meet
on Monday, December 18 at
9:30 a.m. in Conference Room
B at Milton City Hall, 6738
Di\on Street. For mote infor-
mation, call 983-5411.

SRCRE to hold
DeE. 18 gathering
-The Santa Rosa County
Retired Educators will hold its
regular monthly meeting on
Monday, December 18 on the
campus Locklin Technical
Center in the Russell liuilding
at 10:00 a.m. The program for
the meeting will have a*
Christmas theme and there will
be Christmas goodies for
refreshments.

Agency on Agint has
funds for the elderly
The North\west Florida
Area Agency on Aging, Inc. has
received, funding from the
Floinda Department of Elder
affairs to address housing needs
of seniors, sixty (60) years of
age and older, who were affect-
ed by Hurricanes Kafrina, Rita,
and Wilma. Seniors in . the
Planniing & Sert ice .Area of
.-Escambia, Santa Ro'.i. Walton
and Okaloosa counties who
were affected are eligible for
housing assistance.
For additional information
call Amber McCool or Dottie
Peoples at the Northwest
Florida Area Agency on Aging.
Inc., S50-494-7101 in
Escambia and Santa Rosa coun-
ties and toll free 1-866-531-
8011 in Okaloosa and Walton
counties.


Mclrvin's efforts pay
off via 12-pound bird
The oft spoken phrase,
"you do the math" has taken on
a new and profitable meaning
for Santa Rosa High School
student, Cherrie Mclrvin. Her
math skills have paid off with a
12-pound smoked turkey suc-
cessfully competing in a contest
held for Mr. McCown's mathe-
matics classes.
McIrvin, the daughter of
Peggy Mclrvin of Milton and a
12ttl grade student, was the first
to arrive at the solution to a
complex, two part, written
problem. Solution of the prob-
lem required her to formulate,
solve a quadratic equation, and
lay out her work to the satisfac-
tion of the judges.
Runners up, who also
solved the problem were
Tabitha Bray and Alex Berry.
Each is receiving extra credit
for the excellence of their work.
The judges chose Mclrvin's
paper not only for the correct
solution but the meticulous and
clear way she laid out her work.
Her math teacher, Stephen
McCown, commented that this
was "typical" of the work


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The Santa Rosa Press Gazette Wednesday-December 13, 2006


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FIRST, JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
JUVENILE DIVISION
CASE NUMBER 05-DP-
212
IN THE INTEREST OF: .
D.W.
10/07/1993
J.M.JR.
08/19/1997
L.M.
07/23/1999
MINOR CHILDREN
TO: Jerome Harris,
Putative Father of D.W., a
minor child
address and whereabouts
unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a Petition under
oath has been filed in the
above styled Court for the
termination of parental
rights of D.W., a female
child born on the 7th day of
October, 1993, in
Escambia County, Florida,
by the Department of
Children and Family
Services, for subsequent
adoption, and you are
hereby commanded to be
and appear before the
Honorable Marci L.
Goodman, Judge of the
Circuit Court in and for
Santa Rosa County,
Florida, at the Santa Rosa
County Courthouse, 6865
Caroline Street, Milton, FL
32570, on the 21 st day of
December, 2006, at 2:00
p.m. You must either'
appear on the date and at
the time specified or send a


written response to the
Court prior to that time.
YOUR FAILURE TO
APPEAR OR RESPOND
SHALL BE TREATED AS A
CONSENT TO TERMINA-
TION OF PARENTAL
RIGHTS AND YOU SHALL
PERMANENTLY LOSE
ALL LEGAL RIGHTS AS A
PARENT TO THE CHILD
NAMED IN THE PETITION
FOR TERMINATION OF
PARENTAL RIGHTS.
WITNESS my hand as the
Clerk of said Court and the
Seal thereof, this 14th day
of November, 2006.
CLERK OF COURT
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: M M Smith
Deputy Clerk
112206
112906
120606
121306
11/932
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 06-992CA
IN RE: The Forfeiture of:
1976 Cadillac 4-Door, VIN#
6D4956Q158101,
Green in color,
DEFENDANT/CLAIMANT:
SANTON MOORER.
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE
PROCEEDING


CARPORT SALE
6002 Loop Rd off of
Ouiniette Rd., Fri
15th 7am-4pm and
Sal. 161h 7am-
12pm.


YARD SALE Sal.
Dec. 16ih & Fri &
Sal. lhe 22 & 23
Irom 8-till at 5530
Birch St. Furniture.
bOah./ ied, piano
$1 75, kilChen table
and china cabinet
$550


TO: Santon Moorer, 6504
College Drive, Milton,
Florida 32570; and all per-
sons who claim an interest
in one 1976 Cadillac 4-
Door, VIN#
6D4956Q158101, green in
color, which was seized on
or about September 21,
2006 at 6504 College
Drive, Milton, Florida
32570. Said property is in
the custody of the Santa
Rosa County Sheriff's
Office in Santa Rosa
County, Florida, and a
Complaint for Final
Judgment of Forfeiture per-
taining thereto has been
'filed in the above styled
cause.
Dated this 6th day of
November 2006.
/s/ Laura J. Nye
ALLEN W. LINDSAY, JR.
Florida Bar No. 104956
LAURA JOYNER NYE
Florida Bar No.: 487236
Lindsay, Andrews, &
Leonard, P.A.
5218 Willing Street
Milton, Florida 32570
(850) 623-3200
. Attorneys for Plaintiff
121306
122006

Notice of Sale
Pursuant to Subsection 5
of FL Statute 713.78,
Donria Caiazzo, as author-
ized Title Specialist for Kell
Recovery, of Santa Rosa
County, will sell to the high-
est bidder for cash in hand,
subject to any liens and
encumbrances, the follow-


HUGE MOVING
Sale Saturday only
3134 Old Slage-
coach Rd. Easl Mil-
lon oNt Northn Airpon
Furniture. clothes,
shoes, avon 7 I1I
dark. Rain cancels.

YARD SALE 7374
Copier Ln Baby
clones, iurniure
maternity clothes, &
toys. Sal. only from
8 am to 12 pm. No
Early Birds.

YARD SALE , x-
mas sluri, sewing
machine clothes,
kid's movies and
misc. 4512 Mesqulne
Dr. Fri *Sai. 7 am -
till welcome


ing vehicles at 1:OOPM on
1/08/07 at 104 E. 9 Mile
Rd., Pensacola, FL 32534:
1) 1996 Dodge
VIN#4B3AU52N8TE36778
3
2) 1995 Jeep
VIN#1J4FX58SXSC57263
4
Vehicle may be inspected 1
week prior, at lienor facility,
6023 Dogwood Drive,
Milton, FL 32570.
121306
121306
12/989
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No:: 57-2006-CP-402
Division:
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ROBERT LEE JONES
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of. Robert Lee
Jones, deceased, whose
date of death was August
15, 2006, is pending in the
Circuit Court for Santa
Rosa County, Florida,
Probate Division, the
address of which is 6850
Caroline Street, Milton,
Florida 32570. The names
and addresses of the per-
sonal representative and
the personal representa-
tive's attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
having claims or demands


against decedent's estate
on whom a copy of this
notice is required to be
served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERI-
ODS SET FORTH IN SEC-
TION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE-WILL BE FOREV-
ER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER
THE DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
Thtedate of first publication
of this notice is December
13, 2006.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
JAMES L. CHASE
Attorney for Myrtice Jones
Florida Bar No. 304514
Chase, Quinnell & Jackson
101 East .Government
Street
Pensacola, Florida 32502
Telephone: (850.) 434-3601
Personal Representative:
MYRTICE JONES
123 Chanteclaire Circle
Gulf Breeze, Florida 32561
121306
122006
12/990


YARD SALE one
day only, Sat Dec
16th 7 am - 3 pm.
4281 Indiana Circle,
Pace. 2 men's 5
speed bikes $15
each, elecirc kitch-
en stove very good
condition $75, lots ol
other stufl.

YARD SALE Eli.
You pull it out, I'll
sell it out! Prolils
50/50. Good way for
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Call 352-874-9560

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By LYNNE HOUGH
Press Gazette Staff Writer


Yes, Virginia there is a
Santa Claus.
One December when I was
about six years old, my brothers
and sisters and I were running
all over.the house, hiding from
'one another and of 'course,
seeking.
Behind my parent's head-
board in their bedroom, we dis-
", 'covered a box containing an
unassembled tricycle. One of
-,the biggest conspiracy theories
-to ever be concocted was borne.
We decided if any of us got that
*tricycle from Santa Claus, we
would know.
And it did and we did and
� we all thought we were very
smart.
Then I grew up.
Around 1989, an organiza-
tion in Bradenton, where I was
li\ in1-. asked for help with their
Christmas program. It was
called Adopt-A-Famil for
Christmas. I called to see how I
could help, just a couple of
v weeks before the holiday.
When I showed up, they
handed me $2,000 in cash and
sent me to Toys-R-Us. Santa
Claus.
I delivered toys for the
same organization .on
Christnma Eve. I arrived at a
duplex where a young single
mother lived. When I walked
into her living room with a'box
of wrapped gifts, she cried and
led me to the small, decorated
Christmas tree with nothing
underneath. Santa Claus.
Santa Rosa Count\
Emergency Management and
Rural Metro Ambulance
employees-and members of
: the public on motorcycles-
loaded two and a half ambu-
lances with. toys and delivered
"them to WEAR TV 3's Sue
Straughn for Families Caring at
-Christmas. The toys were col-
lected from Santa Rosa County
employees and Sheriff's
deputies. Santa Claus, Santa
Claus, Santa Claus.
Food banks, the Salvation
Army, volunteer Bell Ringers,
Churches, private citizens... the
list goes on and on. Santa
'Claus.
So let's examine the facts.
Santa Claus is known as a
guy who collects and/or
"makes" toys to give to chil-
dren...hmmm.
He does it for no
pay. hmmm
He gives to families he
doesn't know.. .hmmm.
He is unselfish, caring, and
somewhat sneaky... .hmmm,
hmmm, hmmm.
He inspires others, .-he
makes people happy, he doesn't
expect gratitude and he enjoys
what he does.
Hmmm.
No wonder they say he is
magic.
These are magical traits.
Once a year, more people
than ever come together and
they credit the holiday season
for their actions. They remem-
ber their own childhood times,
whether good or bad, and those
memories move them to
respond to the needs of others.
It is magical.
So does a rotund gentleman
in red and white fly high above
the world, delivering millions
of toys all in one night, sliding
down narrow chimneys, mak-
ing sure everyone gets exactly
what they want?
Who's to say?
I'd like to believe it's true.
Sometimes a tricycle is just
a tricycle.


Man


BK LYNNE HOUGH
Press Gazette StalT fWriter

The many faces of Santa
Claus can be seen all around the
area. His -helpers" are in the
parades, in the stoies-in our
favorite malls.
lan\ tirnes, Santa's
helpers only resemble the true
Santa Claus in the hats they
wear and the smile on their
faces. "Our" Santa's helpers
come in all shapes and sizes.
But who is Santa? What is
the origin of one of America's
most recognized faces?
The, folklore surrounding
the Americanized "Santa
Claus" developed from several
sources. It is commonly
believed the name of :the
American Santa came from the
mispronunciation of a Dutch
mythical .figure called
Sinterklaas. The legend of
Sinterklaas was brought to this
country via Ne York long,
long ago when the Dutch set-
tled here.
Contentionalln in United
States culture, Santa Claus is
portrayed as a kindly, round-
bellied, merry', bespectacled
man in a red coat trimmed with
white fur and a long white
beard and gloves.
On Christmas 'Eve. Santa
Claus rides in his sleigh pulled
b\ fl\irg reindeer from house
to house to give presents to
children. To enter the house,
Santa Claus comes down the
chimine\ and exits through the
,fireplace.
During the rest of the year
he lives together with his wife
Mrs. Claus and his elves manu-
facturing toys. Some modern
depictions of Santa (often in t
advertising and popular enter-
tainment) will show the elves C
and Santa's workshop as more
of a processing and distribution
facility, ordering and receiving
the toys from various toy man-
ufacturers from across the
world. His home is usually ir
given as the North Pole.
One story of his origin says


By Molly Parsons'
Press Gazette Advice
Columnist

Dear Readers:
The Christmas season is in
full swing in Santa Rosa
County: celebrations of
Christmas cheer happen
throughout the week, student
concerts to attend, family get-
togethers, and trees to decorate.
It is my advice to you,
Santa Rosians, to take each day
as it comes. Focus on the
meaning of the season and the
time spent together as families
and friends-not on whether
you've purchased enough or
even if you can do it all.
In saying this I understand
saying it as advice is one thing
and following through is anoth-
er.
Think about planning
weekends ahead of time, mak-
ing sure your traditions are
kept. Children and teens both


enjoy events kept e ern year,
such as a cookie bakin,2 night, a
special trip to the grandparents
to decorate the tree, or a certain
shopping trip with dad to buy
mom's gift. By keeping such
customs, it creates a normalcy
in a time-of busyness and some
would even call it "chaos."
Plan for plenty of "down"
time scheduled for not only
yourself, but your family as
well.
You may not want a
Norman Rockwell Christmas,
but one thing you can say about
Rockwell-he knew how to
depict a good time of life; sim-
ple pleasures are important for
both family and friends.
Unselfishness does bring out
the best in people and simply
putting other's needs before
oneself is joy unspeakable.

Dear Molly:
I have a neighbor "Carole"
down the street I have an issue


'. hen a man lost his fortune and
found himself incapable of sup-
porting his three daughters.
v. ho ;v.ould not he able to find
husbands as the. lacked
dories. .St Nicholas provided
them v. ith gold. enabling them
to retain their %irtues and
marr
He has man\ names, olten
being referred to ias Santa
Cliti' Saint Nicholas. Saint


with.
A fe" Nears ago we became
friends when I moved in on the
block. We realized we had a
few things in common and
began a relationship. Recently,
things have started to change.
She is rude to me on the tele-
phone, is making "snide" com-
ments about my crafts, another
friend of mine said she's been
talking behind my back, and is
constantly, putting me down.
"Carole" is becoming a nasty
person.
I understand she must have
a problem with me, but I don't
know what I've done to deserve
this type of treatment.
We attend the same church
and our Christmas party is com-
ing up. I'm not sure I even
want to attend.
Help

Dear Help:
I've heard this same story
many times. One friend is


Nick. Father Chrisitmas, Kris
Krinele. JollI Old Eli. Santa
Klaus or simple\ Santa. He c:'ites
gifts and presents in m.n\ cul-
tiie-s to children and adults on
December 24. Chistnmas Ee.
\\Hioe\er he is and \vheiel-
er lie originated. he is much
beloved b. children .lound the


ready to back out of a relation-
ship and doesn't have the
decency to try to convey the
problem.
It's obvious Carole has a
problem with you.
Have the courage to con-
front the enemy. You can say
something like, "Carole it is
obvious you don't want to be as
close as before-but you are
hurting my feelings. You could
have the decency to tell me
what it' is and stop talking
behind my back." Of course
the tone you use when you say
this will have to be kind to get
good results.
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.

Column written by
Molly Parsons.


world.
: Right here in Santa Rosa
County, Santa has taken on
many faces.
But the spirit remains the'
Same.
Story compiled by
Lynne Hough.
h, , li@a J s-p.'.': ,*m


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


Ask Molly


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Regional Office in St. Petersburg.
Florida Amendment 7
Clarified - On November 7, 2006
Florida voters passed constitutional amendment 7, which as an additive
benefit provides "a discount from the amount of ad valorem tax on the
homestead of a partially or totally permanently disabled veteran who is
age 65 or older, who was a Florida resident at the, time of entering mil-
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the percentage of the veteran's permanent service-connected disabili-
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The -Florida Legislature intended this constitutional amendment,
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Sansom, to be an additive benefit to the myriad of state resources avail-
Sable to veterans, many of whom are elderly and on fixed incomes.
Amendment 7 does not remove any existing benefits Florida's vet-
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those veterans currently exempt from paying any homestead taxes
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total disability, continue to be exempt; and eligible, resident %eterans of
all ages with a VA-certified service connected disability of 10 percent
or greater will continue to be entitled to a $5,000 homestead property
tax exemption.
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The Waterfront Rescue
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Mision wants you to be a part of
this event.
If you would like to volun-
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Christmas Day, call the
Waterfront Rescue 'Mission at
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clothes, scarves, gloves, coats,
sweatshirts, and toiletries to
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Shoebox gifts will be dis-
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and on Christmas Day follow-,
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Humphre s for more details on
the Shoebox Project. To offer a'
name of someone in need of a
meal on Christmas Day, call the
Mission to schedule a meal to
be delivered to their home.


The Waterfront Rescue
Mission is thanking its volun-
teers and supporters for all the
help this past Thanksgiving and
asking kind folk to jump in for
Christmas. Through the gen-
erosity of the community, the
Mission was able to provide
over 2,000 meals and distribute
clothing, blankets, and toiletries
to hundreds of needy individu-
als.
Volunteers began to arrive
at the Mission on Main Street as
early as 7 a.m. and the servers
began to box meals for deliver-
ies at 9 a.m.
Volunteer delivery drivers
took over 1,600 meals to shut-
ins and homebound in the two-
county area.
, The second shift of olun-
teer servers took their places to
serve a traditional Thanksgiv-
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Halls mark 50 years
Dale & Jo Ann Hall were married December 15, 1956 in Milton, FL
and are celebrating 50 years with many great memories. They
include their sons-Steven & Michael Hall; grandsons-Andrew,
Dustin, Dan & Seth and great grandsons-Ethan & Riley. They have
lived many years in Munson and presently reside in Milton.
(Submitted photo)


Babygo fhe Week




Eion Charles Kovachick is the
youngest son of Chuck and
..' younRegina K ovachick of Milton.
,a " .Eion has a brother named
Blake and a sister named
Emma. He was just a few
days old when this photo was
taken. He is now 8 weeks old!
Welcome to the world Eioni


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Wednesday December 13, 2006 I The Santa Rosa Press Gazette

_f? Kornerstone ,

You are invited to share in the joy of Christmas...


First United Methodist
Church of Milton invites you to
."Share the Joy of the Advent
and Christmas Seasons" with
their congregation by attending
special worship services being
presented.
On Sunday, December 17,
the Chancel Choir will present a
Christmas cantata entitled
"Jesus, No Other Name" at the
8:30 and 11:00 a.m. worship
services. The musical was writ-
ten by Randy Vader and 'Jay
Rouse. Dr. Hilda Cox, Mrs.


Firsit Baptist Church of
Milton makes welcome
renowned Christian recording
artist, Babbi Mason. Mrs.
Mason %will join with the
Celebration Choir and
Orchestra of First Baptist as
their featured guest and soloist
at the annual Chrinstmas produc-
tion. "Christmas At First"
on Sunda.. Dec. 17 at 6 p.m.
Mason. born a preacher's
daughter in Michigan. currently
lives in Atlanta, GA %ith her
husband, Charles ta Santa Rosa
County nati\ei She is a 2-time
Pine Terrace preset
What better \\av to celebrate
the holidays than to listen to
beautiful Christmas music. The
Celebration Choir of Pine
Terrace Baptist Church \ il pre-
sent their annual Christmus
Musical on December 16 &
17th at 6 p.m. "Shine On Us" is
a wonderfull\ orchestrated


Nelda Mishoe and The
Reverend Gerald A. Shelton
will serve as readers for the nar-
ration. The Chancel Choir is
directed by Miss Anthea E.
Amos. Ms. Darlene Mosley will
be the accompanist for all music
presentations.
S At 4:30 p.m. on December
17, the Children's Choir will
present "Twas the Night
Before," a traditional Christmas
pageant. The drama highlights
traditional Christmas carols and
beloved music. The presenta-


nts "Shine on Us"
musical b\ Da\ id Guthrie and
Robert Sterling and is free to
the public The church is locat-
ed at 6212 Pine BlossomRd in
MNlon. For more info on Pine
Terrace or the musical. please
call 850-623-395-. or visit
%% %% .ptbc.org


tion will be at 4:30 p.m. in the
Fellowship Hall. This special
presentation by the Children's
Choir will be directed by Mrs.
Dixie Lay.
Worship schedules on
Christmas Eve will differ from
regular schedules. Please note,
on December 24, First United
Methodist Church will offer
only one worship service in the
morning at 10:00 a.m. The
Annual Christmas Eve services
will be on Sunday at 4:00 and:
6:00 p.m. Featured at each ser-


Dole A.v. ard v. inunn coirposer.
author. television talk show
host. As part of "Christmas At
First" she v ill sing many of her
chart-topping ngs as n\ell as
lead the congregation to %or-
ship through the ,isual portra\,-
al of the Chnrstmas store.
The church is located at
h6707 Caroline Street in Milion.
"Christnimas at First" i a free
e-ent \'. ith open general seaung.
For more information ,ou may
contact the church office at 850-
623-3122


vice will be special soloists and
ensembles. These special can-
dlelight worship services are
enjoyed by the congregation
and the community. The ser-
vices begin with FUMC English
Handbell Choir ringing, at 3:30
and 5:30 p.m., prior to each
worship service.
Guests are always welcome
at First United Methodist
Church. The historic church is
located at 6830 Berryhill Street,
Milton, Florida 32570.


"That's the
Good News!"
The Adult Christmas
Choir of Immanuel- Baptist
Church in Pace will present the
dramatic musical. "That's the.
Good News," on Sunday.
December 17, at 6 p.m. The
evetung will include the trials
of a iud-Western family cop-
ing with the loss of a wife and
mother. It will also include a
look at everyone's search for
Christmas truth.
Featuring a variety of
musical styles, the choir will
sing both the familiar and the
new\, ranging from the popular
"The Most VWonderful Time of
the Year" to the majesty of
"The Glorias of Christmas."
You will laugh. you may
civ. Come and experience
"That's The Good Ne\vs."
Sunday. December 17 at 6 p.m.
at Inmmanuel Baptist Church,
Hw\. 90 in Pace.


Page 3B


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

Dear Pastor Gallups, "Didn't Jesus say that there is no lim-
itation on what genuine faith and prayer can do?" L. N. - Pace
.Dear L.N., Yes and No. It is my opinion that several pas-
sages, such as Matthew 7:7; 21:22; John 14:12-14; and 1 John
3:22-23 are often mistakenly understood to mean that God
places no restrictions whatever on what we should be able to
receive in response to our prayers. People are often made to feel
guilty or "unspiritual" if there prayers "are not answered."
But, think for just a moment with me. If there were no lim-
itation on the things we could receive from God through prayer,
why would Jesus say, "Blessed are those who mourn, for they
will be comforted. Blessed are those who are persecuted
because of righteousness, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven?"
Why did he warn his disciples about coming suffering and per-
secution at the hands of evil people if all of this could simple. be
avoided b\ prayer and faith?
In other %words. itf our lack of faith is all that stands in the
way of our ha ing whateverr %we want. we should ne\er be
mournful, persecuted, or suffer hardship. But that was not what
Jesus promised, and IHs disciples did not receive everything
they might hae wanted or expected in their lifetime. Just as
Jesus had no permanent place to "la\ His head", the apostles
suffered persecution and hardship, and eventually\ all of them
%ere martr red
But rather. I think these passages assume that e will pra.
in humble, childlike faith with sincerit\. out of genuine lo\e,
withh nghteous moties with perseverance, and in submission to
God's Sovereign \\ill. I believe the purpose of Jesus' teaching
in these passages %was that our prayers and thoughts become
more and more spiritually mature.
When we pra\ this wa\. we won't make selfish. unspiritual
or improper requests. Also, we will be so in tune with the Holy
Spirit and His directing of God's Will that %\e will be satisfied
%\hen His plans prove to be different than w\e hoped the\ would
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RIBBON CUTTING


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Jewelry and the Services we
We have the diamond you
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Brenda Perritt's motto for Gunner's Gulf Coast Jewelers
Gunner's Gulf Coast Jewelers & and Gifts is Northwest Florida's
best kept secret! We are the pre-
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Our mission is to provide the for the finest diamonds and col-
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available and to provide the
Highest Quality of Service to Get an Early start on your
our Community. Holiday shopping at Gunner's
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who is the son of Jody in business and Gunner's Third
Elizabeth Perritt-Baker and the Birthday with a Grand
Grandson of Joe and Brenda Anniversary Celebration. Stop
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Jewelers and Gifts! We strive to given away December24
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Inside The Home

Megan Jones-Whitaker, owner
of Inside the Home, recently
opened in Pace, Florida at 4618
School Lane. Educated at
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antique furniture, home acces-
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Custom design services include
window treatments, floor choic-
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Gunner's a household name all
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jewelry and watch repair, plus
battery replacement while you
shop in the most beautiful


showroom on the Gulf Coast!

We are located at 4450
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north of Pace Water System on
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The Pace Area Chamber of Commerce
is accepting sponsorships
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We have been enjoying crowds
of around 90 people at these events.
Call now to reserve our next available
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At Pen Air Federal Credit Union, we want to help you "Get it Done." We can
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Visit our Pace office located at 4586 Hwy 90
Office Hours:
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We Invite All of Our Members to
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Would oU lihke a ,ear's FREE Membership in ihe Pace Area Chamber
of Commerce, Inc'

We would like to pro ide io0 this opportunity ajs part 'f our 2I.106
Membership Drie All ou haie to do is sign up 5 ne', MNembers..
equal to or ahboe \our annual fee, and your Memberbshp r a ill be
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turned in %ith payinent in full before credit is applied

E\ernone is asked it participate!
Call the Chamber for details at 994-%33.


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BANK DRAFT
A plan to save you time, postage and checks
Most Often Asked Questions


Q. Why should I enroll in Pace Water System Bank Draft
Plan?
A. The Bank Draft Plan will save you time, checks and postage.
It's convenient and it's FREE!
Q. How will I know how much I am being charged for water
and/or sewer?
A. You will continue to receivee a bill to serve is a statement -
Q. How will I know my bill has been paid?
A. Your payment will be listed on your checking or savings
account statentt.
Q. What if I disagree with the amount of my bill or bank
account deduction?
A. Simpn call our office at 994-5129 to discuss ainy discrepan-
cies.
Q. How do I cunrol?


office, then 'return it to thel Watcr System along with a voided
check that hasyouraccount nfnberprinted4oni it ithn '. r water
hill pay e1t.
Q. How will I know when the bank draft will be presented to
my bank?
A. The date of the draft will be shown on Yi4r monthly bill.
Q. When will my first bill be automatically deducted?
A. At lease 30 days after you are placed on the plan.
Q. What if I change or close my Bank Account?
A. Contact the Water System and request an ,Enrolimenm Form for
our Newov Account. Complete their frni and return it to Pace
Water System.
Q. Can I stop my Bank Plan Serylce at any time?
A. YES! Just contact Pace Water Systemt Office. The plan will be
stopped within 30 days.


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December Breakfast at Pace High School

We would like to extend a SPECIAL INVITATION to you and your staff to attend our December Pace
Chamber Breakfast on Thursday the 14th, 7am, at Pace High School. The program will be presented
by Pace High School who is also sponsoring our Breakfast. Interest in our events have been great and
provides you and your company with a great opportunity to network with others in our area. We have
averaged 95 people at our last five breakfasts. We have a great time and hope that you and your guest
will join us (at NO charge). We simply ask that you RSVP as soon as possible so that we have an accu-
rate number. See you there (994-9633)!!! We also welcome donations of door prizes from all businesses.





Bratwurst Festival

Pace Area Chamber of Commerce Bratwurst Festival was held on November 4, 2006,
We would like to thank all our sponsors, vendors and all who attended to make it a huge
success. Also a special thanks to all of our
volunteers, We could not have done it without you.We hope to see you all next year.


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West Florida Hospital Breakfast

On November 21, we had our
monthly breakfast held at Oop;
Alley/ Back Alley Sports Gnil
The Chamber would like :o thank
the participants for taking time
out and showing their support
The staff at The Back Alle.
Sports Grill did a great job .tn th
their usual hospitality.
We had a variety of great door -.
prizes contributed by WVest
Florida Healthcare, Armor
Record Management, Alien Heat.
United Bank, Pace Water
Systems, Inc., The Press Gazette
and Kleencare of NW Florida. The 50/50 drawing collected
$20.00 with the winner being Mr. James Hart.
We would also like to thank our sponsor, West Florida
Healthcare and our guest speaker C.O.O. Bob Peterson of
West Florida Healthcare. Mr. Peterson gave an informamne
presentation about West Florida Hospital and their: neo fac.li-
ties. West Florida Hospital is currently undergoing a $ 100 mi -
lion renovation project that when completed A ll ha-e ani
updated exterior with new colors, windows, and hospital sig-
nage, as well as inside renovation which will coisist of net%
flooring, wall coverings, paint, patient room furniture and '
redesigned nursing _stations. As part of the renovation an ,
impressive two-stoiy lobby featuring a glass atrium that %% ill
open up to the second floor will also be added
"We expect this project to be completed around the end of 2006," said Bob Peteroii, COO and Senior Vice-
PresidentofWest Florida Hospital. "\ hen coirpleted, tlii msain entrance % ill h:1.e doubled ,n _ize and be more
accessible for patients and families."
This renovation project started three years ago in which 12 new operating rooms were constructed and filled
with the latest technology that helps ensure better patient outcomes. New cath labs, which feature digital imag-
ing technology and a 26-room post surgery wing, were also added.
"Our renovations have not just been secluded to our main campus," said Peterson. "In the past, year, we have
completed a $1 million renovation of our Primary Care location on Spanish Trail Dr. We completed construc-
tion and opened a Primary Care location on "W" St., and we are in the process of finishing a new Primary Care
location in Ensley. These Primary Care offices are important because we are able to place physicians through-
out the region to help provide our community v. iih qualut healthcare
Through this renovation project, West Florida Healthcare has unified their services to create a comprehensive,
coordinated health care system where patients are informed and cared for b, a dedicated team of physicians
and nurses. The primary entry point of West Florida Hospital's service to the conrununit', is their network of
neighborhood primary care physicians, along with specialists, nurses and staff at the Emergency Room of West
Florida Hospital. West Florida Heilthcare's front line is backed by their 400-bed acute care hospital, and an
extensive range of treatment centers and institutes, including the 58-bed Rehabilitation Institute, which serves
as the region's only comprehensive medical rehabilitation facility and a 73-bed psychiatric hospital. For more
information about West Florida. Healthcare please call (850) 494-3212.


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CALENDAR & EVENTS

Saturday, December 09,2006 TBD
Redneck Christmas Festival
. Chumuckia
Surfday, December 10,2006
Begins @ 2:00 p.m. Redneck Christmas Parade
Chumuckla
Monday, December 11, 2006
Boston Butt Sale
Money Due
Thursday, December 14,2006
Pace Chamber Breakfast 7:00a.m.
at Pace High School.

Saturday, December 16, 2006
Boston Butt Sale
From 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.
Location: Pace Wal-Mart Super Center
At the grocery side. parking lot
(4965 Highway 90, Pace FL)
Monday, December 25 and 26, 2006
Merry Christmas! . ,
Chamber Office will be closed.
Thursday, January 11, 2007
Ribbon Cutting at
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at 5:45 p.m.


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Bass Quickburger
Texas Roadhouse
Santa Rosa Medical Center
Steph & Ellie's- Blimpie's
Country Market
The Other Place
Winn Dixie
CVS
Pic 'N Sav
Milton Bakery
Groovin Noovins
Short Stop (Munson)
Race Way Store
Food World
K-Mart
Naval Housing
Press Gazette Office
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Lane
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Hardee's
Ace's Restaurant
Family Dollar
Freds
Big Lots
Red Barn Bar-B-Q
EAST MILTON
Reggie's Bar-B-Que
Local Yokel
Kiley's
Shell Food Store
Tom Thumb @ Ward Basin
Tom Thumb @ Highway 87S

NORTH MILTON
(WHITING FIELD),
Ike's Food Mart
Tom Thumb @ Highway 87N
Up The Creek Store


JAY
Farmer's Country Market
Greer's Grocery Store
Jay Hospital


PACE
Whataburger
Wal-Mart
J&J Food Store
Happy Store
Winn Dixie
Korner Kwik
Pic-N-Sav
Groovin Noovins
Groovin Noovins (Woodbine)
Pace Mini Mart
Penny Pantry
Penny Pantry (Woodbine)
Tom Thumb @ Bell Lane
Tom Thumb @ Woodbine
-,:Tom Thumb @ Highway 90
Tom Thumb @ Crossroads
Tom Thumb @ Chumuckla
Ryans
Village Inn
Oops Alley
Pace Chamber of Commerce
CiCi's Pizza
Flea Market
Office Depot

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Tom Thumb @ Mulat Road
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jingle Bell Open is
settotee 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 non-
member team and $80 per
member team including cart.
Roller hockey league
sign ups for winter
Youth roller hockey sign-
ups are currently underway at
Skateland on Ste% art Street in
Milton .
New players are welcome,
but please be reminded that
space for the upcoming season
is li cited.
This league is for players
ages 5 to 16 and the cost is $125
a player.
Sign ups will run through
Dec. 30 with a draft being held
on Jan. 10 and practices begin-
ning Jan. 13.
For more information on
the league contact Skateland of
Milton.
East Milton set to
start soccer program
East Milton Youth
Association will start registra-
tion for their new southh soccer
program on Jan. 13 from 9 a.m.
to 2 p.m.
Registration \\ill be held
everN Saturda\ until Feb 17.
Fees for the program are $45
for U6Li co-ed . $50 for US bo. s
and US girls. $55 for U10 boss
and U10 girls. 60) for U1l2
boys and U12 girls. and $65 for
U 14 and up boas and girls.
Registration fees include a
complete uniform (shirt, shorts,
and socks).
Parents need to bring their
"child's birth certificate at the
time of registration.
For more information con-
tact soccer director Art
Czerwien at 994-8510.
East Milton begins
baseball registrations
East Milton Youth
"Association will* hold its base.-
ball and softball registration in
December for the upcoming
'eason.
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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All-Stars to shine Friday


l Kickofffor 15
local players is set
for 7 p.m. at Pace

By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor __
-This Fnda\ %ill be the third
annual Pensacola Sports
Association AIl-Star Football
Game and Santa Ros.i fans can
enjo\ short trip this year.
Friday\ 's Lame is set for a 7
p.m. kickoff at Pace High
School, instead of the pre% ious
home of Escambia Count\
High School
The purpose of this game,
-was to help shov case the talent
of area football seniors in one
setting and this year's contest
will be no different
Ja\. Milton and Pace have
combined for a total of 15 play"
ers on the \\e[t squad this Near.
which is another change frm, '
the past. , .
In the previous two All-Star
Games the format was North
vs. South; but this year it will be
divided between East and West.
This year's West squad will
feature schools from Escambia
County including seven Eagles
from the Pine Forest squad who
lost this past Friday in the 3A
State Championship and six
players from Woodham High,
who will be making their last
appearance as a high school.
The East Squad will be
made up of players from Santa
Rosa and Okaloosa counties
feature 15 area pla.ers.
Coaching this year's squad
\\ill be Naxarre Head Coach
Larry Olson, who led the
Raiders this past season to their
first e'er pla\otf appearance _sn
well as District 1-4A title.
"I think it is great to have
the game this year in Santa
Rosa County especially with
this years'format," said Olson.
"Playing the game at Pace is a
good mid point for all of us."
The PSA, who is organiz-
ing the- entire event, is also
excited about the game's loca-
tion.
"We moved the game to
Santt Rosa County as. it is more
centrally located," said Leslie,
McGill with the Pensacola
Sports Association on the event,


6 - Allen,
Cornelius
Milton CB
5-8; 165











14 - Cumberland,
Drew
Pace DB
5-10; 170


22 - Lewis,
Jesse
J layLB
6-0; 175
Shich had been held the pre\i1-
ous two years at Escambia
County High School. "We are
looking at moving it around
more and giving everyone a
chance of coming to the event
and enjoying a great, football
game."
Across the sidelines from
Olson will be Washington Head
Coach Chet Berealo% ski, \\ho
will be leading the W\est squad.
His offense in the past has
been more of a running game
with a Pro-I set aud this should
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74 -Boyette,
Brett
Pace Tackle
6-2; 265


91 - Chavers,
Matt
Milton D-line
6-2; 195


Jay knocks Central


from the unbeaten


By BILL GANIBLIN
PC. , ', EIt'-,r
Milton hosted \ood hanm
for the final [time on Saturdai\
and defeated the visitin*. Titans
57-45
Milton held a lnim 13-1
lead after the first quarter and
extended it to .in eight-point
ad'antace h halfttime a- the
Panthers its-. .5-1 in District 1 -
4A led 2S-2"0.
Woodharn came out in the
ihird quarter and ctii the lead 10
fi\e. but that would d be as cloe
as the,, vould get on Saturdai
as Milton aould pull a'' a
do in the stretch.
-\W e didi'It pia1\ '. eli earl, ."
said Milton head coach Tim
Short "Stoppine their penetra-
tions s ke, and '.e didn't do
:hat \"ell in the beginning, but
v.e adjusted and pla.,ed better
:n the second half.'
Milton v..i: led y,, Ad.inm
Allen., '.. o led all scorerss ', ith
IS. follov.ed b'. LeDre Bender
-h added 14
S hot selection -eened 10 he
\ern critical for the Panthers.
especi.ill late in ithe contest.
"We got some separation
after we'hit a couple of key
shots," said Short. "It was not
perfect by any means, but good
enough."


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details can

be found on

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The Panthers are in a situa-
tion ,'. here nearly\ 90 percent ot
their games are district match-
ups and keeping a team up night
in and night out c.in be a diffi-
cult task
"'\e tr\ to pump the player,
up for each game. but there are
certain cames and situations
hic'lh \ou locus on moree" said
Shoiit. "\\oodham ri one of
those teams whichc h is tradition--
all, good 'ou step up tor.'"
After a ke\ district m.itch-
up on Monda,\ aIgai nt
Penacola. the Panthers \%ill
aran makInig preparation for
the Santa Rosa Shootoup tile\
v.ill be hostiirn this Frida\ and
Saturday at NMilton Hi2h
School.
On Friday the Panthers
defeated Gulf Breeze 66-31.
It wasn't much of a contest
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Jay's Robert Brabham goes for two while being challenged near the
basket by Central's Keith Germann. Jay knocked the Jaguars from the
ranks of the unbeaten Friday 57-43.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Pelicans to

introduce

new skipper
71 Pels find new
,field Imaiager in
their own'i backyard
By BILL GAMNBLIN
PGN-3 _SLis Edui,
The Pensacola Pelicans
ha\e announced a press conler-
ence this FridaN to name a ne%\
manager.
Mac Seibert i, expected to
be announced as the neik field
manager during a press confer-
ence set for 4 p.m. at the
Pelican Training Academ\ at
4920 N. Da\is High'Aa\.
Seibert is a Pensacola
native \'ith more than 17 \ears
experience in the baseball.
Ahich includes pla3\ g, coach-
ing. and scouting.
Pre\ iousl� Seibenrt \%a \ ith
the Baseball Factors as the %ice
president and executive director
of Team One Baseball
Seibert %%ill be replacing
Kash Beauchamp. \\ho left the'
Pelicans to accept the position
of \'ice President and Director
of Baseball Operauons of the
South Coast Independent
Baseball League.
The league office is head-
quartered in Conyers, Ga.,
which will put the Oklahoma
See, PELS, Pg. 3C


95 - Douglas,
Nate
Milton DE
6-2; 230


76 - Gallman,
Jake
Pace Guard
6-3; 285


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82 - Taylor,
Doug
Pace-DT-~
6-1; 275


5 - Tillman,
Keenan
Milton WR
6-4; 205


7 - Tolbert,
Jeremy
Milton WR/DB
5-10; 185





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Former Pensacola Pelican Larry Bethea talks with members of the Pelicans Training Academy who will be on his team during a scrimmage game they played Saturday at Pine Forest High School. This is the first
year for the academy under the direction of Andrew Salvo. The purpose of the academy is to help baseball players work on their skills during the high school off season. The academy features one-on-one drills'
and many other activities for their participants.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblirn


Winter ball in Pensacola
to .,o


There are 12 players from Santa Rosa County participating in the Pelicans Training Academy including'.
Mark Bass (Pace), Chad Baxley (Pace), Billy Brown (Milton), Wade Colon (Pace) Tyler East (Milton), Miles,
Hammac (Jay), Thomas Ingram (Pace), Alex Johnson (Pace), Eric Kroll (Pace), Ryan Parazine (Pace), T.J.
Roche (Milton), and T.J. King (Central).These players get the opportunity to work with guest instructors
as well as current and former Pelican players as they prepare for the upcoming baseball season.


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native closer to his family that
currently resides in Georgia.
Prior to replacing Bernie
qarbo as the manager of the
Pelicans, Beauchamp was the
director of Player
Development in the Golden
1 baseball League, which is
based on the West Coast.
, The Pelicans finished 2006
4'ith a record of 39-57, despite
contending for the Southern
.Division title late during the
fiYst half of the season.
ii When the search began for
Seibert, Pelicans General
Manager Talmadge Nunnari
.as not in a hurry.
'I "We are looking for who
would be the best fit for the
organization and has the inter-
est in the job," said Nunnari.
",We have talked to several peo-
i4le and gauging their interest.
"This is not a decision we
ae looking at jumping into."
, During the season
IPensacola had the pitching, but
4'ould suffer from a lack of hit-
ttng or a defensive breakdown
here or there during a key
moment of the game,
V Management is looking to
handle that aspect over the win-.
t(r. as this ,v as the first time in
the team's five-year history that
1he\ missed the postseason.
SNov. that Beauchamp has
made his move the Pelicans
4 dl be taking their time when it
4omes to naming, their third
manager in as many season.
."As with any independent
organization the key to success
ts finding the right players to
get the job done and despite all
of your efforts it doesn't always


Iictured is former pelicans man-
ager Kash Beauchamp.
work out," said Nunnari. "I feel
like we were one or two key
players away from doing much
better this season than we have
done.
"Th.hit is something we wvill
definite\ be looking at during
the off season."
Last season the Pelicans
drew just under 79,000 for a
new team record and 'ended the
season averaging 1,641 a game.
Seibert will also be work-
ing with the Pelicans Training
Academy, which is expected to
open next month.
Friday's press conference is
open to the public.

Story written by
Bill Gamblin. Reach him
at sports@srpressgazette.com


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
Milton's Lady Panthers are
now on a roll and extended their,
district winning streak to five
with a 66-44 home win over'
Gulf Breeze on Friday.
The Lady Panthers (7-2; 5-
2 in District 1-4A) took an 11-7
first quarter lead and extended
it to 12 by halftime, 29-17..
Centraya Nettles led Milton
with 14 points in the win while
Teangela Williams was next
with nine points.
Gulf Breeze, who. was led
in scoring . by Deannette
Zuniga's game high 15 points
tried to challenge in the second
half, but could not rind aj \ a\ to
cut into the Lad\ Panthers mar-
gin.
On Thursdai Central
defeated Rock\ Ba\ou at home
in a lo%\ scoring affair 27-19..
The win impro ed Central
to 6-1i on the season and 2-1 in-
District 1-A .
Central used a 9-0 run after.
-Rocky Bayou scored the first
basket of the contest and never
looked back.
"We just couldn't score,"
said Central head coach Scott
Campbell. "We got every, look
we wanted but we jusi couldn't
put the ball in.
"Defensively I thought this


was one of our better games."
Daysha Enfinger led
Central with nine points and
grabbed 13 rebounds.
Also on Thursday Jay fell
to 0-2 in District 1-2A with a
60-47 loss to defending district
champion Baker Lady Gators.
Baker extended their six
point first quarter advantage to
16 by halftime as they
outscored the Lady Royals 12-4
in the second quarter.
Krista Autrey poured in 21
points in the loss while Amber
Steadham added 11.
Thursday " as not very kind
to Pace as they traveled to
Crestview and suffered their
first loss of the season 55-50.
After. a very close firstquar-
Ster finished with Pace trailing
15-14, the Lady Bulldogs
pulled away to take a seven
point halftime lead 35-28.
Pace (7-1; 2-1 in District 1-
5A) made a run in the third
quarter to pull within,two '42-
40,but that would be as close as
they would get.
Surita Guyt0n led Pace
with 13 points while Erica
Wright added 12 and Samantha
Lewis was next at 10.

Story written by
Bill Gamblin. Reach himi
at sports@srpressgazette.com


A Lady Jaguar is seen scoring two points for Central on Thursday
night against Rocky Bayou.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


All-Stars


ContineJ Fre, Page OnPa
be no different
It is unkno-wn if there is
an\ more excitement needed
tor this All-Star Game as the
pre% ious t%\o ha'\e gone do\\ n
to the %%ire and e\en inol\ed
some big pla\s on special
teams.
. Fan '- c.-n expect some
interesting pla\. as e\er one


\\Ill ha\e one 'eek to pre-
pare.
"\Ve are going to run a
base 4-4 defense," said Olson
"This \\ ill be the defense both
teams will run as agreed upon
and their \\ill be no blitzes.
'-Offensixel\ %e v.\\ll run
the spread u ith four wide
receI'. ci[ . but v'.e v ill ha'.e a
tight end at times "


Olson also suggested
there %kouid be a fe\' Pro-I
sets included in the offensive
scheme.
Tickets for this \ear's
game can be purchased thoi-
ough the Pensacola Sports
As.,oclaton and all high
schools for $5 i ach T.he \\ ill
be $" at the garner on the night
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Assisting on the staff of
the East Squad \%ill be Jai
head coach Elijah Bell
idelensi\e backs p. Milton
head coach Mike McNMillion
outside linebackers. and
Pace head coach Micke\
Lindse\.. \ho \kas the North
Squad head coach last \ear.
v ill he coachiun the offen-ixe
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The purpose of this game
i- to provide anll opportuilit
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Shootout set to


begin this Friday


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
Basketball fans can get
more than their fill of hoops
starting this Friday with the
Santa Rosa County Shootout at
Milton High School.
The Panthers are hosting 11
basketball games in two days
and will feature Jay, Pace, and
the host Panthers.
"We are hosting this tourna-
ment to help promote basket-
ball in the area," said Panthers
head coach Tim Short. "This is
also something that will help
the basketball program.
"But the big thing is to
bring quality basketball and
promote the sport."
Friday there will be five
games starting at 2:30 p.m. and
on Saturday there will be six
games starting at 1 p.m.
Some of the key games dur-
ing the tournament on Friday
will be Jay and Walton County,
Pace vs. Malone, and Ft.
Walton Beach and Milton.
Saturday's key games are
Gulf Breeze and Jay,
Tallahassee Rickards and
Milton, while the tournament
will conclude with Walton
County playing Pace.
Admission for each night of
the tournament is $5.


Pace wins soccer tournament


Special to the Press Gazette
Pace High School traveled
to Mississippi and walked
away the champions of the
Ridgeland High School Soccer
Showcase.
Entering the tournament a
virtual unknown, the Patriots
improved to 8-3-1. on the sea-
son and handed three teams
their first defeats in the process.
In the championship game


Pace needed penalty kicks. to
defeat Northwest Rankin
(Miss.) 2-1.
In the shootout Curtis
Brashear, Kevin
Vanlandingham, Tyler Phillips,
and Josh Opperheim scored
penalty kicks, while Drew
Day-Welty scored the Patriots
lone goal in regulation.
In the semi-finals Pace
defeated Oak Grove (La.) 1-0.


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Friday, Dec. 15
2:30 p.m.
Navarre vs. Catholic
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Jay vs. Walton
5:30 p.m.
Pine Forest vs.
Chipley
7 p.m.
Pace vs. Malone
8:30 p.m.
Ft. Walton Beach vs.
Milton

Saturday, Dec. 16
1 p.m.
Chipley vs. Navarre
2:30 p.m.
Washington vs.
Mosley
4 p.m.
Malone vs. Ft.
Walton Beach '
5:30 p.m.
Gulf Breeze vs. Jay
7 p.m.
Rickards vs. Milton
8:30 p.m.
Walton Co. vs. Pace


Preps
Continued From Page One
from the beginning as the
Panthers took a 20-1 lead by the
end of the first quarter and
extended it to 36-12 by half-
time.
Allen led the Panther with
15 in the win while Terrance
Mitchell added 11.
"We know how good we
are," said Short. "The key for
this team is how good can we
become and how good do we
want to be."
Friday also saw the end of
the Central Jaguars unbeaten
streak as they fell to Jay 57-43.
It didn't seem like it was
going to be much of a contest as
the Jags (6-1) led 16-8.
But from that point on it
was all Jay as the Royals (2-1)
came back to cut Central's lead
to four by halftime 24-20.
Then in the third quarter
Jay shut down Central as they
scored 12 unanswered points as
they led 40-33 heading into the
final eight'minutes of play.
Central was not going to
just give up as they pulled to
within four, 47-43, with just
under three minutes to go.
During the final three min-
utes the Royals took care of
business at the free-throw line
by going eight-of-10 down the
stretch.
One of those two misses
came on a lane violation.
"We just led Jay get under
us on defense," said Central
head coach Tony McDonald.
"Give all the credit in the world
to Jay because they came out
and took control of the game."
Jay's Greg Nelson led all
scorers with 21 points as he
took control of the game late at
the free-throw line hitting six of
his last seven attempts.
Brandt Hendricks added 13
in the win.
"Central's three overtime
win last night helped us
tonight,"i said Jay head coach
Lance Youngblood. "Our
defense did a great job pressur-
ing them and allowing them
o,,Qnly one shot, y.hich we, con-
,tested."
Keith Germann led Central
with 16 , points, while Logan
Campbell was next with 11. '
On Thursday the Jaguars


went three overtimes against
Dr. Ruby Gainer in a key dis-
trict match-up winning on the
road 66-65.
Central is now 3-0 in
District 1-A action this season
as Campbell led the Jags with
24 points and 22 rebounds.
Also scoring a double dou-
ble for Central in the,.Aio ' as
Germann who added 19 point
and 11 rebound'." "
"Since the shootout we
have been playing pretty good
and taking care of the basket-


ball," said McDonald. "The key
for us about this win is we are
now 3-0 in the district.
"That is what is important
tq us."
During the third overtime
period Central went six-of-
eight from the charity stripe,
which was enough to counter
Gainers buzzer beating three-
*:pointer pulling them to within'

On Thursday Niceville
dominated Pace at home 70-42.
With the loss the Patriots


are now 1-5 and 0-4 in District;
1-5A.
Pace was close early on.
trailing by six at the end of the
first quarter 19-13, but,
turnovers and the Eagles size;
proved to be factors in the loss..,'
"We had too many,
turnovers tonight," said Pace
head coach, Jim,. Sessions.
"Their size allok'ed them quite
a few offensive rebounds.
"Offensively we were not
as deliberate on the offensive.
end to make them guard us."


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104
General Help
HANDYMAN
WANTED No expe-
rience necessary.
626-8973
HOUSEKEEPING/
LAUNDRY
No Interstate 10 traf-
fic. Bridge Toll Re-
imbursed. Bay
Breeze Nursing &
Retirement Center.
3387 Gulf Breeze
Pkwy, Gulf Breeze
Call: 850-932-9257
EOE/M/F/D/V Drug
Free Workplace
NOW HIRING Care-
givers, CNA's, and
HHA's in pace and
milton areas. Up to
24hr. shifts availa-
ble. Call 850-472-
0071.
NOW HIRING tax
preparers at Liberty
Tax Service, paid
training and testing.
Call 623-1110.
O ERHEAD DOOR
- COMPANY
is hiring skilled in-
slallers. and service
-technicians. Mini-
mum 3 years experi-
ence. Top pay and
benefits. Call
983-2520.
PLANT NURSERY -
General nursery
worker/part-time.
Some experience
desired, but not nec-
essary. 983-9121.
Post Office Now
Hiring. Avg. Pay
$20/hour or $57K
annually including
Federal Benefits and
OT. (800)709-9754,
USWA Ref# P5799
Exam/Fee Req.
PROJECT MGR.
(Pensacola)
B.B.A./equiv. exp:
Cooridinate, direct,
assess, & oversee
A/C & heating proj-
ects. Evaluate feasi-
bility, cost effective-
ness, compliance,
timeliness, budgets,
& policies. Review &
write reports, budg-
ets, approve expen-
ditures/estimates,
negotiate & approve
contracts. Estabish
' policies for attaining
objectives. Apply to:
J.Pound, The Wright
Company, P.O. Box
1289, Gulf Breeze,
FL 32562.
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104
General Help
ROCK-N-ROLL
Rock to work and
roll to the bank. 10
immediate openings
for sharp young
adults over 18 to
come work, play,
and stay in the 48
states. Call today,
start today 1-866-
603-3197.
TAX PREPARERS
needed, will train
starting 12/11. Call
995-8212 or 626-
4000.
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
Medical
FREE DIABETIC
SUPPLIES! MEDI-
CARE PATIENTS!
Call Us Toll Free
(866)294-3476 and
receive a FREE ME-
TER! Am-Med Qual-
ity Diabetic Sup-
plies.
124
Sales &
Telemarketing

LIBERTY
NATIONAL
Life Insurance Co
Is expanding its
operation and is
looking for people
to fill insurance
sales & service
positions. Average
annual earnings
$48,554. Fringe
benefit package:
2 retirement funds,
health insurance,
paid vacation,
convention trips &
many others.
No experience
necessary. We
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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128
Positions Wanted
HARD WORKING
cleaning person
needed long term for
growing cleaning
business. Call 994-
1785



305
Auto
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. 310
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some garages. Pre-subsidy prices from $126,500.00-
$148,200.00 More info, locations and qualifications call
owner developer, Community Enterprise Investments, Inc
850-595-6234 x 210/202


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Business
Opportunities
NEW YEAR, NEW
YOU! What if you
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MANAGERS/ No-
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$1 Million Yr/Future
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315
Business Services
ALL ABOUT you
salon and day spa,
full day salon open
Mon. - Sat. walk-ins
welcome. 6341 Hwy
90 or call 983-1500
allaboutyou @ mchsi.
corn
ARTIE KELLER
STUCCO. Licensed
and Insured. Con-
ventional and Syn-
thetic Systems. No
job too big nor to
small. Call 698-8327
or 626-9164.
B & W MASONRY
Brick/Mason for
Hire!
Bricks, Blocks &
Concrete. Brick Mail
Boxes, Knee Walls.
No Job Too Small!!
Licensed & Insured
Free Estimates
434-5824-
BORDER TO Bor-
der Fence and Deck
Company. All types
of fencing installed
and repaired. Spe-
cializing in privacy
fencing and wooden
decks. Our privacy
fences .are built with
SCREWS. Free Es-
timates. 485-2532.
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850-206-1622
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Products
100% Pure Mineral
Makeup, Nutritional
- Products to Boost
your Immune .Sys-
tem
Mega Mangosteen
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Chadwick 2
Stratford 2
Norwood 2
Mayfair 2
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Hamplon 2
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Inglewood 2
Ambassador 2
York 2
Oxford 2
Lexington 2
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Sq. Ft. Price
1040 67,800
1149 70,900
1257 78,400
1341 83,000
1418 83,900
1510 86,800
1525 88,100
1579 90,600
1586 98,100
1610 91,200
1622 95,000
1713 97,300
1812 101,300
1812 101,700
1833 116,600
1949 108,400
2129 131,300
2215 126,300
2495 155,000
ach unit) 1740 117,600
ach unit) 2062 135,800


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315
Business Services
COKER'S LAWN &
TRACTOR Service,
from trimming to
tractor work. Clean
ups, raking, hauling,
mowing, bushhog-
ging, dirt work. Rea-
sonable rates, free
estimate (850) 623-
0493. Licensed & in-
sured.
DAN'S TRACTOR
works. Licensed and
insured. Bush-hog-
ging. Discing. Front-
end loading. Debris
removal. Dan Fran-
cisco, owner. Cell
(850) 529-8718
Home (850) 623-
8697
DIRECT CAR
DETAILING
will come to your lo-
cation, dependable
& reasonable
623-8415
DIRT CHEEP
Cleaning Service.
i We Furnish Sup-
plies. Senior dis-
count with ad.
Homes, condos, ect.
Call 384-2388
DOUBLE "B" Land
Clearing. Backhoe
Work. Licensed and
Insured. Bryen Bal-
lard. (850)994-5740
or (850)232-1581,.
FEICKS CLEANING
Licensed
Specializing in
homes, condos,
offices and new con-
Sstructin homes.
Reasonable Rates
All local areas
Call for apt.
850-390-6566
Becky Feicks,
Owner
GREAT WEBSITES
$9.99/MONTH, in-
cludes design, host-
ing, email &
www.yourname.com
, No hidden fees.
Great Web Pack-
ages. Toll Free
(800)882-7226
www.greatwebpack-
ages.com.
HANDY HANDS
ON CALL
Home Improvement
Specialists
850-525-0736
Emergency Repair
--Service Available
www.alpha-atherton.com
,I*biensed & Insured
*Accept Credit
.Cards
*Free Estimates
-Member BBB &
SRCC
HOUSEKEEPING/
LAUNDRY No inter-
state 10 traffic
bridge toll reim-
bursed Bay Breeze
Nursing & Retire-
ment Center 3387
Gulf Breeze Hwy.
Gulf Breeze Call:
850-932-9257
EOE/M/F/D/V Drug
free workplace
JOHN HAYNES
BUSINESS SERVICES
*Personal & Busi-
ness. Services
-Bookkeeping & Ac-
counting
-Payroll
Call for initial consul-
tation
Licensed & Insured
512-0874
Serving NW Florida
since 2001.
THE SCREEN MAN
Window Screen on
Site. Repair or Re-
placement.
995-0719
Cell: 637-5611
Free Estimates


315
Business Services
LEBER'S PAINT
AND TRIM, LLC
Licensed & Insured
Call for Free Esti-
mate. Interior Paint-
ing, Trim Work,
Hardwood Floors,
Exterior Painting.
Phone:
850-206-5370

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

NEW HOPE PAINT-
ING & WALLPA-
PERING *Drywall
repairs & patchwork
*Pressure cleaning
(homes, decks, pa-
tios, driveways &
sidewalks) *Carpen-
try work (crown
molding, paneling,
trim base & case, in-
stall cabinets & build
decks) Residential.
Interior/Exterior.
Family owned busi-
ness, over 30 years.
Call The Ericksens
today! '(850)723-
2550 or 623-6034
ROGERS' DOZER
SERVICES, INC.
Land clearing,
and all tractor,
dozer and related
services.
Free Estimates.
NO JOB TOO
SMALL!!
You may find
cheaper but you
won't find better.
Call Billy Rogers:
850-957-4952 or
cell: 850-261-8407
STUMP-EASE
STUMP GRINDING
Most removals $35
Discount for multiple
removals & Back-
yard accessible.
Local Contractor
Retired USN
Licensed & Insured
232-8746
325
Domestic
DEPENDABLE
HOUSEKEEPER
Seeking additional
clients. Over 15
years of experience!
References avail.
upon request.
Call: 994-6236,
335
Financial Services
Residential/Invest-
ors/Commercial Re-
finance Your Adjust-.
able SAVE ,$$$$$
Bankruptcy, Turn-
downs, Stop Fore-
closures 1% Availa-
ble Call Direct Lend-
ing Partners
(866)459-2606.


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Lawn Care



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

360
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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
2 BR/1 BA
CH & AC
New Carpet!
Water, Sewer,
Garbage Included.
$450./$450.
Triplex-Deerborn/
Peachtree Milton 1
block off Stewart
Drive by, then leave
message. (also
available 1BR,$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.
FOR RENT Munson
Hwy. area 2BR/2BA,
waterfront, approx.
1,000 s; ft.,
$600mo./$600 de-
posit. Call Barbara
377-6787. or 626-
8959.
. FOR RENT
Small efficiency
apartment and 4
trailers. Nice, clean
and quiet. Pace
area No pets.
995-1717

404
Commercial
FOR RENT
Commercial office
space. Recently re-
modeled 1650 sq.ft.
$1000/mth off of
HWY 90 in Pace.
Call 723-0801.
OFFICE SPACE
.FOR LEASE
6061 Dr's Park,
1,800 sf, newly ren-
ovated. 623-5618
406
Homes
3 BD/2BA Newly re-
modeled, . central
heat and air, carport,
excellent location,
near elementary
schools. $850
month
$500 deposit
623-9553 I
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
BRAND NEW
HOME Construction
just completed 3/2.
All brick, nice yard, 2
car garage. PACE
$975/month,
$975/deposit. Call
623-0057/293-6561.
FOR RENT-
*3/2 Home, 5109
Trenton Dr. Pace
$850

*3/2 Home, Chis-
holm Rd. 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 1 bed-
room house in bag-
dad, utilities furnish-
ed, quiet neighbor-
hood, good condi-
tion. Call 623-8415


406
Homes
FOR RENT 3bed. 1
bath, 3 levels,
$800/month, $800
security deposit. Call
377-6787.
FOR RENT Milton
area 3,000 sq. ft.
4BR/ 3/BA immacu-
late condition, quiet
neighborhood at
$1300/mo this wont
last long!
FOR RENT Milton,
2/BR 1/BA duplex.
635/635 Woodward
Ln. Call 995-4831.
FOR RENT Pace
area, 3BR/2BA,
fenced in back yard,
all new appliances,
nice house $875mo.
Call 723-0801
FOR RENT Pensa-
cola area, close, to
NAS 3BR/2BA, new
flooring and paint,
washer and dryer,
on a quiet street
$845mo. Call 723-
0801
HOME FOR rent, 3
bedroom, 2.bath, N.
87 near Whiting
Field. $825/$400.
Call 232-9700.
HOUSE FOR RENT
6359 Cottage Wood
Dr. (The Cottages of
Hamilton Bridge)
3/Br 2 1/2/Ba; 2 Car
garage 1650 sq. ft.
Nice neighborhood
Good Schools
No Pets; No smok-
ing
$850/mo & deposit
850-981-2363
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.
s MILTON
HAMILTON Bridge
Road Area
$69,900
3/2 Bath
$725 Per Month,
PI&T
393-1678
Agent
MILTON- 4087 Au-
dis Rd. 4BR/2BA
newer brick home.
2-car garage, big
yard w/ well and au-
tomatic sprinklers,&
refrigerator., 5 mi-
nutes from 110. Pet
w/ approval
$1000mo. Call Sun-
quest properties
432-5002.
RENTALS 2to 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
.#510
410
Mobile Homes
14X70 3/2 Pace
area 3701 Alvin Dr.
Total Electric. No
Pets. $625/$300.
994-7918
Bay Crest Realty
.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 IN Park
5014 Jab Court, Pea
Ridge area. Total
electric, water & gar-
bage. No Pets. Bay
Crest Realty.
994-7918
2BR/1BA MOBILE
home Lice Rd., Mil-
ton Total Electric.
No pets. $500/$250


994-7918
Bay Crest Realty
3BR/2BA DOUBLE-
WIDE 5692 Ridge-
view Blvd. Total
Electric $750/$500.
No Pets. 994-7918
Bay Crest Realty
FOR RENT 3 bed, 2
bath, double wide.
moile home.
$750/month, & $750
security deposit.


410
Mobile Homes
FOR RENT
2BR/1BA mobile '
home $575mo. $500..'
deposit 6180 Wood-,.
ed Way Milton, near ,
Whiting Field, all.
electric, and trash,,
included. Call 685-.
2595 or 698-9636.
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- Quiet Park,
treed lots, new 16ft.'
and 14ft. wide 2+2.
$535 plus deposit.,
No pets, No smok-,
ing! Call 626-1552.
MOBILE HOME for,,'
rent. Call 623-6055
RENT -
2Br/2Ba ' mobile
home very nice w/
large lot in East Mil-
ton $650 mo. Call;
623-5062 or 982-'
0527 _____
RENT
DOUBLE wide
1,848 sq. ft. 3Br/2Ba :
very nice on large lot-
East Milton $850'-'
mo. Call 623-5062.-*
or 982-0527-
412 -
Rooms For Rent
I HAVE a room for-,
rent in a nice 3br.
2ba house. Kitchen;'
laundry, cable, all,
utilities incl. Conven'-
lent Pace location-'
near the . H.S;
$400/mo. 380-8834
MILTON/MUNSON
AREA. Long or
short term, quieL,.
non-smoking envi-
ronment. Kitchen,
laundry, utilities, sat,-K
ellite TV, fax, inter2 '
net, unlimited long'
distance included
$325 per month.-
957-4616.
ROOMS FOR RENTj,
Large rooms, -,
. utilities included,
washeridryer. snare
kilcnen. near Kings
Middle School. $80
or $100 per week,
plus deposl :
Call 626-2786
Cell 982-3176 �
414
Roommates '
Wanted

Furnished bedrooms.
for rent in Milton,"
home. Refrigerator,K
microwave, TV, Ca-^
ble included. $100V
$125 per week r'
449-4070




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Apartments >




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Apartments

FULLY RENOVATED ONE TWO, AND
TIHlEE BEDROOM UNITS NOW
AVAILABLE W.A.C.


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504 '
Commercial >'

2 COMMERCIAL '
BUILDINGS A,
FOR RENT :"
Good location in ,
Milton. Call:
623-5500
506 *
Homes '
ALLENTOWN b
2BR/1 BA bricks
home with expan-
sion possibilities orj4
3(+/-) acres. 1371,
sq. ft. LA.; 2474 un<
der roof. Pavedc


street, den, huge
screen porch, built,
ins. 8901 Echos
Lane. $130K. EmailI
Coun-
tryHome4Sale@att. .
net. ,
DUPLEX FOR sale,,
2 bedroom, 1 bath ,
duplex, 6 lots, just
off of Avalon Blvd. '
$130,000, Call 994-',
9391.


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506
Homes
FOR SALE Bagdad,
4241 Melton Road.
Beautiful new con-
struction. 1300 sq.
ft., all brick, 3BR
/2BA two car garage
home. Tiled -kitchen,
LR/DR/Baths. Flat
top stove, Lennox
heat pump, 30 year
dimensional , shin-
gles. Large 201, x
80' lot. Move in
ready by Christmas.
$148,000. Call 850-
981-2363,
FOR SALE
Pace, Florida
US Marshal's Auction
4 bedrooms/3 baths
.75 acres 2-car garage
Minimum bid
$100,000
www,.Bid4assets.co
Sm/RTF3
510
Land
3.1 ACRES for sale'
$22,000 i per acre
Call 623-8448
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-
FOR SALE 7 acres
plts on - Hickory
Hammock Rd., East
Milton. Call 626-
.5851.
LAND FOR-RENT
Refer to
Classification
#408

512
.Mobile Homes
FOR SALE
1997 Fleetwood Mo-
bile home. 2/BR
2/BA. 14 x 70,. cov-
ered porch, shed, vi-
nyl siding, central
heat/air. All applian-
ces stay. Excellent
condition must sell
immcdiaielv Ridge-
-..ay Bl'd, M ,l|,:.n
reduced Io $25.900
Call:983-9316


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
FOR SALE BY
OWNER 29 single
family rental .home's
in Florida. Package
deal OK. or just 1.
Large income. Call
Scott . ., Lubik
(727)214-7442.
,Email:
slubik4040 @ aol.co
m.
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.
BEAUTIFUL N.
CAROLINA. ES-
CAPE THE HEAT IN
THE BEAUTIFUL
PEACEFUL MOUN-
TAINS OF WEST-
ERN NC Homes,
Cabins, Acreage &
INVESTMENTS.
CHEROKEE
MOUNTAIN GMAC
REAL ESTATE.
cherokeemountain-,
realtycom Call for
free brochure
(800o 841-5868 .'"t',


560
Land
FOR SALE
Home and land 30
acres will divide min-
imum 4 acre tracks
$9,500/ acre 6165
Travis Rd. (Hwy.55)
Brewton, AL 251-
867-9155 or 623-
4750 or 261-8391
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.
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.
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
r (888)291-5253' - -
S wwwI lakesidereall,-
" tn:com:'


560
Land
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)541-5263.




706
Livestock Supplies


HAY
FOR SALE'
Coastal Hay.
Peanut 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, 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


708
Pets

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
TWO, 7 week old
multi-colored male
Chihuahua puppies.
$350 each. Call 994-
2841.
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.
S 712'
Lost & Found
PETS

FOUND LARGE,.
Black & Tan Hound
in Munson area..
712-9223





LOST CAT $200 re-
,ward in Avalon area.
Fixed male, brown
tabby, white feet,
and white belly,
hairy, had collar.
Sign at Avalon and
Del Monte. Has mi--
crochip. Any infor-
mation please call
994-6738.,
LOST DOG Last
seen around S.A.
Jones and Hwy 90"
in Milton. If you
picked her up
please
return. If found will
give a reward. any
information please,
call 623-4867.

LOST YOUR PET?
Be sure to call
I Santa Rosae
Animal Control
to report him
missing and to
be sure he's not,
there waiting
9On you tqo
pick him ip!
8a0-983-4680,.


814
Furniture
FOR SALE
2- Wing Back chairs
(1-dark blue & 1-
brick red) $25 each,
Sofa (earth tones)
$100 393-3666

FOR SALE 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 Imodel #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 askior Ron
820
Lumber &
Hardware
METAL ROOFING
SAVE $$$ Buy Di-
rect From Manufac-
turer. 20 colors in
stock with all Acces-
sories. Quick turn
around! Delivery
Available (352)498-
0778 Toll Free
(888)393-0335.
822
Musical
Instruments
"CLASSICAL GUI-
TAR LESSONS-
Matt Cosgrove is
now accepting stu-
dents of all ages
from beginners ,to
advanced. Visit
www.cgstudio.us or
call 529-6034 or
995-1288" .


826
Sporting Goods
FOR SALE
Christmas Tree - Ar-
tificial 9 ft. Easy As-
sembly. Excellent
condition $25.00. Al-
so Golf Clubs and
equipment: 2 name
brand drivers, vari-
ous irons, putters
and Bag Boy push
cart with inflatable
tires. 981-1064
830.
Miscellaneous
For Sale
FOR SALE 3- 501b.
bags of sunflower
seeds. $15 each or
.all for $40. Call 623-
1543.
FOR SALE Fairly
new burgundy print
3 cushion sofa-
ends
recline $100, queen
size box spring and
mattress, 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.
FOR SALE: Ver-
mont Casting.2 door
Woodburner .-free
standing stove : 6"
flue $250 Call 850-
814-8767
LOW RIDE 20" boys
bike. added fea-,
tures, all chrome,
sissy bar, mufflers,
banana seat, and
lights, excellent con-
ditiorr, $75.00 OBO.
Call 981-9846. . .
MOVING SALE
Stove, 32" TV, ster-
eo, wall unit, mir-
rored dolphins 61.'
by 31', complete
Christmas village,
microwave, and
small computer
desk. From Nov. 25-
30. 7842 Morning
Star In. Call 626-
6077.


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale





We Deliver & install
Centipede
St. Augustine
Bermuda
Baled Pine Straw
call us first, Save Time
Call us lastsaveMoney
Hwy.,87So. *Milton
626-85781

MOVING-MUST
SELLI Upright piano
$500 for Information
Call 626-7412
SPECIAL BUILD-
ING SALE..."DON'T
MISS ITI" 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.



* Centipede-
St. Augustine
Farm Direct
.We Deliver
434-0066
WOLFF TANNING
BEDS Buy Direct
and Savel Full Body
units Irom $22 a
monthly FREE Color
Catalog CALL TO-
DAY! (800)842-1305
www.no.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


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DECEMBER 9, 200

aonum, noun


ACROSS
1. 11th mo.: abbr.
2. Kith's Partner
7. Caprices
12. Dish of niany
Ingredients
14. _ snail's pace
(2 wds.)
15. Uncanny
16. Raise children
17. Three make up a
tbsp.
19. Sound from Mary's
pet
20. She-sheep
22. Wili-o'-the--
24. Like smiling eyes
27. Very sharp
29. Hasty flights
33. Shallow skillet
34. It might be hidden
36. Exile Isle
37. Dollar bill
38. Thrust forward
39. Chinese, e.g.
40. Chained item in a
bank
41. Cookie, to Alexander
42. Derides
45. Surmise
48. Cherry seed
51. One of "The Three
Sisters"
52. Symbol
53. Shakespearean
confusion
54. Blemish
55. Suggestive
56. Provide money for
58. Biting flavor


60. Pilot's heading: abbr.
61. Many are mined in
Australia
64. Sundance's Place
67. Author Caleb
71. Rent out again
72. __ and caboodle
73. It comes before jerk
or socks
74. Model-plane wood
75. Yoko _
76. Sneezy's pal

DOWN
1. Trygve Lie's
homeland: abbr.
2. Flamenco shout
3. Travel term
4. Porter's "Kiss Me"
girl
5. "Baby, __ Cold
Outside"
6. Siesta
7. Donald's toe
connectors
8. Without defenses
9. High dudgeon
10. Mamma _I
11. Hardened, as
concrete
13. Raw metals
18. Stockholmer
21. Minks and sel, e.g.
23. Once - blue moon
(2 wds.)
24. _ JIma, Japan
25. Director Howard
26. Between Harry and
Jack
27. Author Follett


832
Miscellaneous
Wanted

NEED GOOD high
mileage used car.
Will trade 55" Sony
Grand Wega HD
wide screen TV with
Sony .home theater
system & custom 3
tier stand. Call 626-
9681.
PAY CASH for junk
cars or trucks. Run-
ning or not. Call
983-9527 or 723-

WANTED
OLD ROOFING TIN.
Will tear down and
haul. 983-8042 or
393-9617
WILL CLEAN out
and haul .away
homes, estates, ga-
rages, ect. Reason-
able rates, responsi-
ble, and insured.
Call 995-9404



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
FOR SALE '99
Toyota Camary LE
excellent condition,
all power, new
brakes & rotors
turned, $6,900. Call
995-0580.
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


28. RAF's land
30. Preflght poet
31. Business deg..
32. _ Antonio
35. Smith and Wesson,
e.g.
39. Aviators
40. Babbles
41. Detect
42. Employment
43. Architect's addition
44. Id's companion
45. Spin doctor's
concern
46. Network founded In
1926
47. Emulate Lindbergh
48. Brillo unit
49. Altar affirmation
50. Comic book sound
effect
52. Seabird
57. _ of the woods
(vicinity)
59. Film canine
60. Western alliance:
abbr.
61. Heavenly body
62. Pod veggie
63. _ My Sons (Miller)
(2 wds.)
65. Prize-fight term:
abbr.
66. Plating substance
68. Ampersand's
meaning
69. Olden car
70. Part of R&R, for short


906
Boats
FOR SALE 1987 -
Lowe Bass Boat,'
has 2-live wells,
35hp outboard mo-
tor, trolley . motor,.
'trailer, and fish find-
er.' $2,500: OBO.
Call 564-4581
912
Motor Homes'
FOR SALE 1983
Avion travel trailer, .
in good . conditionn.
Great for camping or.
vacation, spot. Call
626-2143.
FOR SALE '98 No-
mad Lite- 25ft. travel:
trailer 2 bunks/ 1. full
size, microwave,
stereo, self.' c6n-
tained, 18ft. awhing;
excellent .condition..
$5,500 ..Call 983-
4851.' . .
91,8
'Trucks :
87 B2000 Pick-up ,
truck, will iradetora a .
van or a car, or Will '
sell for $1500. Also
looking for a. donat
ed sofa-couch. , '
983-7204 .. :
FOR SALE
05 Chevy Silverado.
Z71 Short wreel
based, one owner.','
loaded 36,000 "riles
Aluminum - wheels'.
towing package,
toolbox and. 75,000 .
miles wararrany
$17,900. . Call Bill:
572-65.00 '
FOR SALE 1986--
GMC 1-ton duly. Re- '
built 6.2 diesel with
low "'miles. -.$5,500. :
Call 626-2143'
FOR SALE
1987 F150. 300' cyl-
inder 4'speed work
truck wl.topper' and
toolbox. $1500 obo
623-1675
FOR SALE 2001
Ford F150 4x4 regu-
lar cat, XL 120"
wheelbase styleside,
4.2 EEl V6 engine,5
speed manual 'O/D .. ..
trans., 150K 'm iles, ':
$9.000 OBO. .Gall. .
850-207-2898.
920
� , Vans . ...

91 ASTRO VAN
4 3 Automaric irans-
*mission, runs good. .
AC is cold. $2195
232-7255
FOR SALE 2-
wheelchair . � fully
equipped; handicap-.
ped vans. A .1999
Plymouth' Voyager.

and a 2003 Ford E-
150 Call 626-56.08.
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 ft canopy.
20 . ft allium 200
horse power junction
$3,000 with trailer.
20 ft Fiberglass 200
horse power junction
with trailer $2,000.
8.8' 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
FREE FIREWOOD
You cut it; You haul
it. Call 623-5100 or
723-8802.


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*Personal & Business Taxes
*Bookkeeping & Accounting
*Payroll
Call for free initial consultation
Licensed & Insured
SJohn Haynes, CSA
512-0874


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FEICKS CLEANING
Licensed-
SPECIALIZING IN: HOMES,
CONDOS, OFFICES AND
NEW CONSTRUCTION HOMES
Reasonable rates ~ All local areas
Call for appointment
850-390-6566
Becky Feicks - Owner


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Coker's Lawn &
Tractor Service
From trimming to tractor work
Bushhogging - Dirt Work
Clean-ups ~ Raking,
Hauling ~ Mowing
Reasonable Rates ~ Free Estimates
(850) 623-0493
Cell- 485-7977
Licensed & Insured




* Also Removes
Roots, Bushes, Hedgerows
* Backyard Accessible
* Local Contractor-Retired USN
Senior Discount
censed 232-8746 Insured


her's Paint and Trim LU
r Interior & Exterior
*Painting
*Trim Work
*Hardwood floors


Call for Free Quote!


Phone: (850) 206-5370
Email: BryanLeber21@yahoo.com


THE GAME SHOP
5207 DOGWOOD
HOLMES PLAZA
PHONE: 981-3942
We have games for:
*X-Box *PS2 X-Box360
Will buy your old games and DVD's
Hours:
Monday - Friday 11 am - 7pm
Saturday 10am - 6pm



MIKE KAYLOR
Cement Mason

Patios Driveways Waiks
Free Estimates Quality work
No job too small Affordable prices
850-994-0897


DAN'S TRACTOR
WORKS
LICENSED & INSURED
Bush-Hogging ~ Debris Removal
Front-End Loading ~ Discing
Cell (850)529-8718
Home (850)623-8697
Dan Francisco - Owner


(Need Stucco Work)
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LICENSED AND INSURED
CONVENTIONAL & SYNTHETIC SYSTEMS
698-8327
S626-9164 ,J


DIRT CHEEP
Cleaning Service
Whole house ~ or just bathrooms.
Our speciality is prefabricated
showers, shines every time. New
customers ~ 10% discount.
(850) 384-2388


Handy Hands * ON CALL!
HOME IMPROVEMENT SPECIALISTS
850-525-0736
Emergency Repair Service
Available
www.alpha-atherton.com
*Licensed & Insured
*Accept Credit Cards
*Free Estimates
*Member BBB & SRCC
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Bill Tompkins
"The Screen Man" Land Clearing, and all tractor,
Window Screen on Site dozer, and related services
Repair or
. Replacement
S9071 NO JOB TOO SMALL!
(850)995-0719 Call Billy Rogers for estimate
Cell (850)637-5611 -Phone: (850) 957-4952
Free Esi,maies J Cell (850) 261-8407 .


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' All Types of Fences b
New Installation and Repairs.be your ad
Specializing in Plrivacy Fences *e your ad.
Our privacy fences are built with SCREWS C l t a
Free Estimates Locally Owned C all toda u '
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We service all brands
of horse trailers.
Shearing - Bending - Welding
Santa Rosa Industrial Park
5510 Industrial Blvd.

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Home Improvements
N.F., Inc.,
Insured "p b
* Licensed
* Free Estimates.
* 25 Years Experience - .

850) 981-3936 anytime


�ynne Moughi
-Location photography ~Studio portraits
.-Restorations ~ -Writing &' 'Editing


PIROfECT' YO'URPR PCOTgOgRAtPifs
YPhoto scanning and storage
rkcmr2@aot.com
850-602-4998


CENTER FOR WELLNESS & BODY SHAPING
Chronic Pain? Can't Loose Weight?
"INFRARED THERAPY"
HOLIDAY SPECIAL $39.00 FOR (1) SESSION
LIMITED OFFER--GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE
Located at 4290 Woodbine Rd. Pace, Florida
(Inside Exclusive Habits Hair Salon)
Call For Information 850-206-1622
Also available: Advanced Skincare Products
100% Pure Mineral Makeup
Nutritional Products to Boost your Immune System
Mega Mangosteen & Doctor's Chocolate -As Seen In Oprah Magazine! .0


,We can assist you with all of your advertising need


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NEW HOPE PAINTING
& WALLPAPERING
Interior -Exterior ~ Residential
Dry Wall Pressure Cleaning
- Wallpapering - Carpentry Work
Call the Ericksens today!
723-2550 ~ 623-6034
If no answer, please leave message.


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Stump & Tree Removal
Hurricane Clean-up
Dirt Work
No Job Too Big or Small
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