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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
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Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Creation Date: December 20, 2006
Publication Date: 1984-
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Iuu e n December 20, 2006


Trains,


s,' and automobiles:


Santa Rosa 'heroes' use whatever they have to save lives


By LYNNE HOUGH
Press Gazette Staff Writer
December has been the
month for heroes in Santa Rosa
County.
The County Commission
recently recognized its own,
employees and others who have
taken the initiative to come to


the aid of those in danger.
At Thursday's meeting, a
proclamation was read . Scott
Smith %.as recognized. along
with Roger Baile\ and Mary
McAlpin.
Smith is responsible for
jun-ping into the Yellow
River-earlier this month-and
swimming in the dark to a man


who ran his car past the end of
Ward Basin Road at Brow\ n's
Fish Camp. ' The Florida
High aN Patrol says the, man's
vehiclee burst into flames as it
hit the waterr
Though emergency\
response teams raced to the
scene, Smith was there when it
happened and is credited with


sa% ing the man's life b\ pulling
lum to safety.
In an unrelated et ent.
Roger BailN and Mar\ McAlpin
used their pov.er parachute to
help locate a missing elderly\
man in earls December.
The\ helped Sheriff's
deputies find a missing
Alzheimer patient near


Michigan At enue in Garcon
Point, when the patient wvan-
dered av. a\ from his home.
Authorities a\ the man
had been missing more than 24
hours when he was found in a
x ooded area off Merc\ Lane in
the Garcon Point area.
Because of the tN pe of air-
craft the\ used. the\ were able
to accomplish what K-9s and


helicopters could not.
The missing man was
found "ali\e and in good spir-
its," according to Sheriff's offi-
cials. He v. as transported to the
hospital for evaluation-found
S"hungrN and thitrs), but other-
wise in good shape."
Last week, a passerby
jumped onto the train tracks
S See HEROES, Page 5.4.


FBI summoned


for Milton suspects


By LYNNE HOUGH
Press Gazeue Sta ifrtenl e
A man lv.ho once %arned
two Gulf Breeze Wal-Mart
cashiers the\ "had better not be
working on July 4th", is among
four people whose behavior
raised suspicion of Milton
Police this week and resulted in
the FBI being summnioned.
Santa Rosa Sheriffs reports
say Kassem A. Hassan, 66, was
the subject of an investigation
follow in, a June 23, 2004 inci-


dent. His name was turned o' er
to the Federal Bureau of
Investigations after Sheriff's
deputies looked into a com-
plaint.
His name came up again
this week after an. alleged
shoplifting incident at Winn
Dixie in Milton. Hassan and
three family members were
arrested after allegedly switch-
ing tags on merchandise.
NMiton police sai the fami-
ly was fleeing the procer' store
See FBI, Page 6. .


Jay oil leak:


. 277 gallons of petroleum

leak from Exxon facility


Santa Rosa County's Toys for Tots expects to collect over 2,500 toys this year for local children. The 4th MAW (Marine Air Wing) helped out
at Mr. Buildings on Highway 90 in Milton recently. PFC Marine Jose Castillo says he thinks working for the Salvation Army program is a plus;
he remembers unfortunate children in his hometown that didn't have a Christmas and how other children "talk" at school. "I think the
Marines 'helping out is a good thing," says Castillo. '
Press Gazette Photo by Pamela Holt



Let the testing begin:


Schools prepare for new year of FCA TS. State makes changes to exams


By PAMELA HOLT
.Press Gazette Staff Writer
The changes for school
grading in the Florida
'Comprehensive Assessment
Test (FCAT) system for the cur-
rent school year included a
math benchmark and additional
bonus points for students re-
taking FCAT in 11th and 12th
grades.
With the upcoming assess-
ment season, the pressure is on,
but hopefully not overbearing,
says Tim , Wyrosdick,
Curriculum Instruction and
Assessment Assistant
Superintendent.
Wyrosdick- says, this year,
the state Legislature asked for
math to be measured different-
ly. The lowest 25 percentile
counts as an additional bench-

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mark of total school grade.
Wyrosdick says this means
the lowest. 25% comprise a
group measured by learning
gains and growth. When asked
for schools to be graded differ-
ently, math will have an addi-
tional benchmark, meaning.
more of an emphasis now


placed on math.
"Our low-level learner will
have to'show greater gains for
the scoring points," says
Wyrosdick, "We identified low-
est performing students and
have adjusted their schedules
for more intensive study to
meet these requirements."


Teacher of Year nominees

prepare for competition


The Santa Rosa Education-
al Foundation has released its
list of 2008 "Teachers of the
Year,"- selected during the
'06-'07 school year.
The list includes: Avalon
Middle School, Penny Moore;
Bagdad Elementary, Marie
Goddard; Berryhill
Administration Complex,
Jackie Jones; Berryhill
Elementary, Donna Harris;
Central High School,*
Keristen Wright; Chumuckla
Elementary, Brenda Gail
White; East Milton
Elementary, Tracie Lay; Gulf
Breeze Elementary, Pat
Davidson; Gulf Breeze High
School, Eric Miles; Gulf
Breeze Middle School, Kate
Walker;
Hobbs Middle School,
Charles Samuel; Holley
Navarre Intermediate, Dana
Chatwell; Holley Navarre
Middle School, Wanda Martin;
Jay Elementary, Becky Miller;
Jay High School, Misty Bray;


King Middle School, Kelly
Lee; Locklin Technical Center,
Darlene Lee;
Milton High School,
Alexandra Timmons; Munson
Elementary, Kim Manning;
Navarre High School, . Angie
Taylor; Oriole Beach
Elementary, Erin Tracy; Pace
High School, Greg Gill; Pea
Ridge Elementary, Sharon
Williams; S. S. Dixon
Intermediate, Harriet Johnson;
S. S. Dixon Primary, Cynthia
Smith;
Santa Rosa Adult High
School, Tonia Wells; Sims
Middle School, Sandy Ebanks;
TR Jackson, Viany Munoz;
W.H. Rhodes Elementary,
Alanna Lahgham; West
Navaree Intermediate, Susan
Copeland; West Navarre
Primary, Nichole Mayhew;
Woodlawn Beach Middle,
Penny Duffey.
The Florida Department of
Education Teacher of the Year
See TEACHERS, Page 5A.


In addition'to the new math
benchmark, high school stu-
dents retaking the FCAT will
give schools more bonus
points-something which did-
n't happen before.
Wyrosdick says writing
will be a graduation require-
ment by 2008; meaning this
years' freshman class will have
. to pass a writing benchmark of
3.0 or better to graduate high
school.
"With writing coming on
board, we looked at different
See TESTING, Page 6A.


By PAMELA HOLT
Press Gazette Staff Writer
Steam rising from a cotton
field is enough to make anyone
take a second look.
Exxon officials say a
"proce,, fluid leak" at a
Highway 4 gathering station
caused the Jay oil field to shut
down Friday morning.
At press time Monday, the
field was running at half pro-
duction, according to Bob
Davis, media relations for
Exxon, Houston. Davis says
the station lost 320 barrels of
water and 6.6 barrels (277 gal-
lons) of oil during the leak.
Processed fluids are a com-
bination of natural gas, crude
oil and water, says Davis.
Steve Rydzowski,
Superintendent of Operations in
Jay says when the leak was
reported early Friday morning,
efforts .immediately began to
shut the field in, isolate the line
and release pressure.
- Rydzowski says the line
pressure was lowered to less
than half a pound per square
inch before the leak was


stopped. Each task was per-
formed effectually, he says
Davis says Exxon was pre-
pared for the issue and is cur-
rently using procedures to make
sure safety is maintained at all
times.
According to Exxon's
Material Safety Data Sheet,
crude oils ma\i contain varying
concentrations of hydrogen sul-
fide. depending on gas stripping
Operations. Hydrogen sulfide is
highly toxic in high concentra-
tions.
However, says Davis, in
such low concentrations, (as in
a large field of cotton), the
Town of Jay was safe with "no
impact to the town." He con-
tinues to say all county officials
were contacted, along with the
Florida Department of
Environmental Protection.
As for the source of the
break in the line, Exxon offi-
cials haven't uncovered the
cause, but are executing the
recovery of oil and remediation
of land.
"It is priority to find the
cause and fix the pipeline," says
See OIL, Page 6A.


It's almost too late to be early. The United States Postal Service website says it can still deliver by
Christmas if consumers use Express or Priority mail. Regular parcel post packages should already be on
the way, along with first class letters and cards.
Press Gazette photo by Lynne Hough.


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Obituaries


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Davis,
Larry Ronald
1948 - 2006
Larry Ronald Davis, age
58, of Molino, FL went home to
be with his Lord and Savior
Jesus Christ after a courageous
battle with cancer on Friday,-
December 8, 2006. He was an
avid outdoorsman and served in
the United States Army. He
retired after 30 years of service
with Bell South Telephone
Company.
He was preceded in death
by his grandparents-Clyde
and Evie Purvis, Elmore and
Claudie Davis.
.He is survived by his wife
and soul mate-Sandra Davis;
his 2 daughters-Kaprena
Kelley and Kresh (Dennis)
Watson, Jr.; his son-Dustin
Hearn; his motherland father-
Ronald and Gladys Davis; his 2
sisters-Donna (Tony) Nall,
Annette (Kent) Smith; his 2
brothers-Paul (Linda) Davis,
Tim (Sandi) Davis; his grand-
children-Aaron Kelley,
Morgan Kelley, Christopher
Cook, Jarrett Watsdn, Tristan
Watson and Lexxus (Saffire)
Hearn jnd numerous nieces and
nephe% s \'. ho referred to him'as
-"'ncle \VigLW\". and a host of
family and friends.
A special thanks to Sacred


SKELLER
WILLIAMS.
SR. A, L T Y


Heart Hospital's "The Loving
2nd Floor", Dr. Sunnenberg and
staff, Emerald Coast Hospice,
friends, co-workers, and the
many prayers we have received
during this time.
Funeral services were 2
p.m., Monday,' December 11,
2006 at Faith Chapel Funeral
Home North, 1000 Hwy. 29
South, Cantonment, FL with
Rev. Ricky White officiating.
Interment followed at Pine
Barren Baptist Church
Cemetery, Davisville, FL.
Faith Chapel Funeral Home
North is in charge of arrange-
ments. Donations may be made
'to The Emerald Coast Hospice
or The American Cancer
Society.

Jordan,
Mary Gillis
Mary Gillis Jordan of
Milton, passed away Saturday,
December 16, 2006. She was a
native and life long resident of
Santa Rosa County. Mrs.
Jordan retired from Santa Rosa
County as an Administrative
Aide to the County
Administrator, with 18 years
service, and was a member of
the First- Baptist Church of
Milton
She is survived by her hus-
band. of 38 years-George W.
Jordan of Milton, Two sons-
Jeffrey (Rebecca) Jordan of Ft.
Valley, GA And Scott (Vikki)
Jordan of Milton, one brother-
Doug (Peggy) Gillis of Milton,
two sisters-Virginia Smith of
Milton and Marlene (Michael)
Gavlak of Choco nlri NC,
Funeral services will be at
10:30 a.m., Wednesday,
December 20, 2006 at the First
Baptist Church of Milton with
Dr. David Spencer and Dr. Joe
Bamberg officiating. Burial will
follow in Barrancas National
Cemetery with LEWIS
FUNERAL HOME directing.
The family received friends
from 6 to 8 p.m., Tuesday
evening in the First Baptist
Church of Milton.
In lieu of flowers the family
request contributions be made
to the Bamberg Chapel fund at
First Baptist Church of Milton.
The family wishes ,to extend a
special thank you to Covenant



Gem Lore
by William E. Cobb
. Past President Florida Jewelers
Spokesman for Jewelers oAmerica
Opal: The Dazzling
Display of Color
What gem is more colorful
than the birthstone for
October, the dazzling Opal?
The historical background of
the Opal is as colorful as the
gem itself, for it has been
admired and treasured by
mankind for many centuries.
The learned Roman Scholar,
Pliny, described the Opal as
having " The fire of the
Carbuncle, the purple of the
Amethyst, and the sea-green
color of the Emerald, all shin-
ing together in an incredible
union." Opal was the cupid
stone to the ancient Romans,
who revered it as the symbol
of, hope and purity and
thought it preserved the
wearer from disease. Eastern
peoples esteemed Opal high-
ly, regarding it as a sacred
stone embodying the spirit of
truth. Orpheus wrote, "The
Opal fills the hearts of the
Gods with delight." The
Arabs believe the Opals fell
from heaven in flashes of
lightening and thus acquired
their marvelous colors. In
ancient Greece, Opals were
supposed to possess the
power of giving foresight and
the light of prophecy to their
owners. The Empress
Josephine owned an Opal
that was called "The Burning
of Troy" because of its daz-
zling display of colors.


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Libertini,
Raphael Francis
Raphael Francis Libertini,
age 57, of Milton, passed away
on Sunday, December 17, 2006..
Mr. Libertini was born in
Baltimore, Maryland, and had
resided in the Milton area since
September 2003.
He was a member of the,
Gold Wing Road Riders'
Associations FL 2-Q, and a'
member of the Tanglewood
Golf Club. He loved motorcy-
cle riding and playing golf. He.
was employed with Verizon for
over 30 years.
Mr., Libertini is survived by
his wife-Margaret Diane
Libertini of Milton; his moth-
er-Isabella Libertini of
Baltimore, Maryland; two
sons-Jason and Brian
Libertini, both of Laurel,
Maryland; one daughter-Lisa
Libertini of Laurel, Maryland;
one step son-Kevin Mullis of
Seattle, Washington; one step
daughter-Kelli (Jeff) Hall of
Owings Mills, Maryland; one
brother-Louis '(Marge)
Libertini of Baltimore,
Marn land: two sisters-Rita
Domzalski of Baltimore,
Marn land and Madeline (Steve)
Healy of North Carolina; four
-grandchildren, including Jacob
Hall; and his father in law and
mother in law, Fred and Doris
Villar of Cantonment.
Funeral Services will be
held at 9:30 :a.m., Thursday,
December 21, 2006 at the
Lewis Funeral Home in Milton
with Father Dennis O'Brien
officiating. Burial will follow in
the Barrancas National
Cemetery with Lewis Funeral
Home directing.
The family will receive
friends from 6 to 8 p.m. on
Wednesday, December 20,
2006 at the Lewis Funeral
Home in Milton.


VanDeSteeg,
Juanita Lee
Juanita Lee VanDeSteeg,
age 63, died ,on Sunday,
December 17, 2006.
She was- born in Panama
City, FL and was a long-timie
resident of Holley.
She was preceded in death
by her husband-Glen R.
VanDeSteeg; parents-Eli and
Bertie Tolbert Price, and 2
brothers-Buddy Price and Joe
Price.
She is survived by her
sons-John R. (Cheryl)
VanDeSteeg and Marvin
(Ronnie) Peoples; .daughters-
Donna Hicks, Bambi Hicks,
and Danette Hicks; brother-
Bart (Scottie) Price; 12 grand-
children and 3 great-grandchil-
dren.
Funeral services were held
at 3 p.m., Tuesday, December
19, 2006, with Brother David
Tolbert officiating. The family
received friends from 1 to 3
p.m. at Holley Assembly of
God Church. Burial followed at
Holley Point Cemetery.
, Her children and brother
served as the active pallbearers.
Jay Funeral Home is in charge
of handling her arrangements.
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Sheriff's Report


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NoV. 20 to Nov. 27, 2006
Griscom, Roy Richard; Male; 48;
5377 Spruce St., Gulf Breeze, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony. 11/20/06
Ison, Neil John; Male; 50; 5740
Pine Ridge Drive, Milton, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony. 11/20/06
Johnson, Donnie Gene; Male; 27;
5800 Locust Street, Milton, FL; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 2nd Offense, Flee
Elude LEO at High Speed, Refuse to
Accept Sign Citation or Post Bond, Fail
To Register Motor Veh, Drive While
Lic Susp 2nd Offense, Battery on
Officer Firefighter EMT Etc. 11/19/06
Pennington, Jessica Jade;
Female; 22; 4054 Elm Creast Dr.,
Pensacola, FL; Probation Violation-
Felony. 11/20/06
Reed-Prescott, Pratner; Female;
40; 5310 Pecos Pass, Gulf Breeze, FL;
Cruelty Toward Child-Abuse Without
Great Harm (4 cts.), DUI and Damage
Property. 11/20/06
SJohns Damichael Tyrell 15; 6127
Patricia Ave., Milton, FL; Marijuana-
Sell Schedule I, Possess Marijuana
Over 20 Grams, Possess Cocaine.
NDG
, Johnson, Donnie Gene; Male; 27;
5800 Locust Street, Milton, FL; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 2nd Offense.
11/19/06
Harris, Obadiah Timothy; Male;
26; 5812 Rawson Ln, Pensacola, FL.
DUI. 11/20/06
Lynch, Brian Arthur; Male; 50;
1284 East Point Circle, Gulf Breeze,
FL; DUI. 11/20/06
Adams, Deborah Ray; Female;
39; 6908 Sea Shark Cir, Navarre, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony, Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense. 11/21/06
Bleiler, Cody Scott; Male; 18;
427 Fairpoint Dr., Gulf Breeze, FL;
Larc-Theft is $300 or More But Less
Than $5,000, Pass Forged Altered
Instrument, Fraud-Utter False
Instrument. 11/21/06
; Brake, Kevin Lee; Male; 25;
8461 Indian Ford Rd, Milton, FL;
Possess Cocaine, Narcotic Equip-
Possess And or Use. 11/21/06
Gales, Anthony Bernard; Male;
36; 1601 Court Drive, Panama City,
FL; Drive While Lic Susp 1st offense,
Veh Theft-Grand 3rd Degree. 11/21/06,
James, William; Male; 24; 8931
Devonshire Blvd, Jacksonville, FL;
Aggrav Battery-Cause Bodily.Harm or
Disability. 11/21/06
Kennedy II, Michael Gene; Male;
19; 8950 Quail Roost Dr., Navarre, FL;
Burgl of Structure Conveyance
Unarmed W/O Person Inside, Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But Less Than
$5,000. 11/21/06
McKinnie, Quavareick Kevon;
Male; 16; 1976 SeaGrape Dr., Navarre,
FL; Commit 3rd Degree Felony
Wearing Mask or Hood, Commit 2nd
Degree Felony Wearing Mask or Hood.
NDG
Epps, Kenith Daniel; Male; 44;
6730 Willow Springs Baton Rouge,
LA; Out of State Fugitive From Justice.
11/21/06
.Porter, Adonis Ray; Male; 31;
5348 Anthony Ave., Milton, FL; Burg
of Dwelling Unarmed No Asslt or Batt,
Larc-Theft over $300 But Less.Than
$5,000, 11/21/06
Davis, Marcello Bernard; Male;
28; 6504 Skyline Dr., Milton, FL; Out
of State Fugitive From Justice.
11/21/06
Anselmo, Samantha Renee;
Female; 17; 300 Bayou Blvd,
Pensacola, FL; DUI. 11/21/06
Delap, Heather Marie; Female;
21; 5871 Congress St., Gulf Breeze,
FL; Burgi of Structure Conveyance
Unarmed W/Person Inside, Larc-Petit
1st Offense. 11/22/06
.' Fischer, Nicholas Adam; Male;


25; 2326 Cresentwood Rd., Navarre,
FL; Carrying Concealed Weapon-
Electric Weapon or Device, Robbery
W/Weapon, Possess Cocaine, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And Or Use. 11/24/06
Gardner, Dana Marie; Female;
32; 1246 Holiday Dr., Gulf Breeze, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony. 11/24/06
Gottlieb, Gary Norman; Male;
58; 5515 Bluebird St., Milton, FL; Out
of State Fugitive From Justice.
11/24/06
Hale. Summer Leigh; Female; 20;
6487 Colonial Dr., Milton, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony. 11/26/06
Hines, James Austin; Male; 24;
5872 Dogwood Dr., Milton, FL;
Battery-2nd or Subsequent Offense
(domestic violence). 11/26/06
Hunter III, Harold Dennis; Male;
33; 9525 Chumuckla Hwy, Jay, FL;
Failure To Appear For Felony Offense.
11/25/06
Kennedy, Jason Chelsey; Male;
30; 2218 Paloma St., Navarre, FL;
Aggrav Asslt W/Deadly Weapon W/O
Intent to Kill (domestic violence),
Battery-Touch or Strike (domestic vio-
lence). 11/21/06
Madjidi, Amy Nacole; Female;
26; 6443 Baxley Rd, Milton, FL; Burgl
of Unoccupied Dwelling; Unarmed;
No Asslt/Batt, Stolen Prop-Dealing in
Stolen Property. 11/25/06
Maywhort. Jeremiah Stephen;
Male; 20; 501 York St., Gulf Breeze,
FL; Battery-Felony Batt Result From
Bodily Harm/Disability. 11/26/06
Palmer, Frank; Male; 58; 410
Water Street, Mayfield, KY; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs. 1st Offense, Veh
Theft-Grand 3rd Degree, Larc-Petit Iust
,Off, Larc-Motor Veh Drive Off W/O'
Pay for Gas. 11/22/06
Rosser II, Jeffery Harrison; Male;
22; 2563 Cypress Point Cir, Navarre,
FL; Battery-Felony Batt Result From
Bodily Harm/Disability. 11/26/06
Vasser Christopher NMN; Male;
21; 5540 Osceola St., Milton, FL;
Weapon Offense-Missile Into Dwelling
Veh Building or Aircraft, Damage
Prop-Crim Misch-$200 and Under.
11/26/06
Kennedy, Michael Gene II, Male;
19; 8950 Quail Roast Dr., Navarre, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony. NDG
Howard, Michael David; 6497
Stubbs Rd., Milton, FL; Fraud-Swindle
' Obtain Property Under $20,000, NDG
Bell, Anthony; Male; 15;i 1260
Rio Grande Cr., Pensacola, FL; Battery
or Detention Staff Juv Prob Officer.
NDG
Burgoz, Bryan Joseph; Male; 18;
2225 Deerwood Rd., Pensacola, FL;
Battery By person Detained in Prison
or Jail Facility. 11/24/06
Cox, Nikia Montarae; Female; 25;
1000 Fairfield Dr., Pensacola, FL;
Larc-$300 less 10L Dollars from 65
YOA Older, Forgery of Alter Public
Record Certificate Etc, Fraud-Utter
False Bank Bill Note Check Draft.
11/24/06
Drennon, Barry J; Male; 34; 7582
John Matthews Rd., Milton FL; Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But less Than
$5,000, Failure to Appear for
Misdemeanor Offense. 11/22/06
Grice, Roderick Dewayne; Male;
35; 2701 Avery St., Pensacola, FL;
Failure to Appear for Felony Offense.
11/22/06
Hallmark, Danny Lee Scott;
Male; 25; 8360 Tavira St., Navarre, FL;
Failure to Appear for Felony Offense.
11/22/06
Harper, Michael Anthony; Male;
44; 1650 Vet. Memorial Parkway,
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We only need

one transporter

The situation between the Midway Fire
Department and Rural Metro paramedics needs to
come to an end. Once and for all, county commis-
sioners must make it clear that Santa Rosa County
needs only one emergency transporter.
At the present time, that's Rural Metro. It con-
tracts with Santa Rosa County for complete coun-
tywide coverage.
This feud has now led to local physicians-
who serve as Medical Directors for the county's
emergency services-stepping in and making it
clear, first responders and transport medics must
follow a Code of Conduct and an Expectation of
Practice.
This comes in the wake of a dispute over
whether LifeFlight should have transported an ill
infant recently in the Midway area. That one inci-
dent has resulted in a new set of protocols being
issued.
The new directive also addresses transfer of
care and transport decisions-both of which
became an issue in the Midway incident.
Paramedics from Rural Metro have stated, in some
cases, Midway keeps the patient in their care for
several minutes--even when the paid provider
arrives on the scene.
The protocol clearly says those actions do not
fit with policy, and the process of transferring
patient care shall begin immediately upon the
arrival of the transport team, whether if be by
ambulance or aircraft.
And, at no time, will the transport provider-
in this case is Rural Metro-be prevented access to
the patient.
One thing needs to be made clear here. The
Midway Fire Department has created this situation
in its attempt to create its own ambulance transport
service for its district. This tax-supported entity
now wants to get into the ambulance service busi-
ness, restricting Rural Metro, (or any other service
contracted by the county), from entering its dis-
trict.
This tax-based fire department would then
charge for patient transport while still generating
tax revenues from the county for fire suppression.
What a sweet deal this would become if the'
county were to give them what they want.
We've said it before, and we'll say it again:
Santa Rosa County commissioners should not
fractionalize ambulance service, nor should they
bow to the wishes of the Midway Fire Department.
We're told county leaders are not supporting
the idea, and for good reason.
If Midway were to secede from the county, it
would take over as the primary emergency medical
and transport service for its own district, which
includes" portions of Gulf Breeze. This action
would remove a 26-square-mile customer base.
The loss of revenue could cause a forced sub-
sidy from the coffers of Santa Rosa County.
County Attorney Tom Dannheisser assures us,
the county does not support splitting emergency
medical services. We can only hope this position
stands.
Fractionalizing our services can only serve to
diminish the quality of care our citizens realize in
the end.
This is one instance when things should'be left
as they are.

DECEMBER 20, 2006
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EDITORIAL & OPINIONS


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Attem pti ng to


FM: RAYMOND JOHNS
Dear Editor:
Yes, it has become fashionable and amusing these
days to ridicule Christians who believe in the Bible.
If a man falls, he is not, a hypocrite, he or she
needs to repent. However, I read in a paper a while
back about a movie. It spoke of a white guy, by the
name of William Wilberforce, and how he single-
handedly led the movement to end slavery in n hat the
writer called a "ci' ilized world."
Well, guess what?
She lied.. ,
This world has a lot of riveting bigots \\ho hide
behind their own glory. In her rite up. she stated,
"The film is another project from billionaire Phil
Anschutz's Bristol Bay Productions."
Well nov.. I w would call it death warrant.
Does the white race not know that blacks are still
on the run? Lately "Helliwood" has been keeping the
ankle and wrist shackles in view.
The white race has the nerve to make a mockery
of blacks with their made-up version of slavery.
This writer went on to say that,' "The William
Wilberforce story is timed to coincide with the 200th
anniversary of Britain's abolition of slavery."
When the white man came and kidnapped 'the
blacks from their homes, they didn't want to come.
Some of them left their families, jobs and busi-
nesses. ' ' '
Some of them were very intelligent,.but we still'
hear of the relentless prejudice arid persecution of
black Americans, :
We feel that imputations cast upon ius, for our
want of intelligence, morality and exalted character
may be mainly accounted for by the injustice we have
received at the hands of the white marin.
What stone has been left unturned to degrade us?
What press has not ridiculed and condemned us?
What pulpit has withheld from our devoted heads its
angry lightning of its sanctimonious hate?
It will not be surprising that we are so misunder-
stood and misused when the motives for misrepre-
senting us and for degrading us are find utterance and
influence.
As a people, we feel ourselves to be not only
deeply injured, but grossly misunderstood.
Our white fellow countrymen do not know us.
They are strangers to our character, ignorant of our
capacity, oblivious of our history and progress and are
misinformed as to the principles and ideas which con-
trol and guide us as a people.
The great mass of American citizens estimates us
as a characterless, purposeless people; but we still
hold our heads up, if at all, against the x% ithenng influ-
ence of a nation's scorn and contempt.
We possess qualities of head and heart that cannot
be commended by impartial men.
In view of our circumstances. \\e can. without
boasting, thank God and take courage, having placed,
ourselves where we may fairly challenge comparison
with more highly favored men.
Among the colored people, we can point ith pride
and hope to men and women of education and refine-
ment who have become such despite the mpst unfa-
vorable of influence. We can point to mechanics,
farmers, merchants, teachers, ministers, doctors,
lawyers, editors and authors against whom the con-
centrated energies of American prejudice have proved
� quite unavailing.
Now, what is the inoti' e for ignoring and discomi -
aging our improvement in this country ?
The answer is ready. The intelligent _
and upright free man of color is an unan-
swerable argument in favor of liberty.
Men are apt to hate most those whom
they most inure. And that is his fellow
man. Stop the hate.
It still hurts.
P.S. Blacks started their own move-
ment to end slavery by running away to
freedom.


Raise more corn for F-
ethanol, but...
FM: BEN LILLISTON
Dear Editor:
The ethanol boom has brought smiles Share
to the face of farmers and energy security
advocates alike in the last few years. But
ethanol's success represents a much deep-
er shift, turning on its head the very foun- Thi
dations of U.S. farm policy -- a long-time
losing obsession on exports as the road to
prosperity.
Next year, a new Democratic


rewrite history

Congress will write a new Farm Bill that will set U.S.
farm policy for the next fi'e years. And for the first
time in decades. congressional leaders hate said the
Farm Bill \\ill focus almost exclusi\ ely on managing
farm production for domestic use. Ethanol has flat-
out rolled right over the old export-driken model,
which year after year has failed to benefit U.S. farm-
ers and rural communities.
For the last few decades, U.S. farm policy has
encouraged ox erproduction in a few crops like corn,
soybeans and wheat. It has done so by eliminating
production and price controls and encouraging farm-
ers to plant from fencero% to fencero%%. The goal was,
similar to the Archer Daniels Midland ad campaign.
to "Feed the World."
But the export, dream of prosperity never materi-
alized. Crop prices remained chronically below the
cost of production. Taxpayer subsidies went up to
keep farmers on the land. But exports stayed flat,
while the amount of food the U.S. imported dramati-
call increased. The system did work well for multi-
national food companies, who benefited from pro-
cessing, transporting and trading cheap grains and
oilseeds.
oIn the last few years, we've seen ethanol turn the
U.S. agriculture market on its head. Production for
ethanol in the United States focuses exclusively on
domestic use. And at least for the time being, it has
sharply raised the price of corn, and had a similar
domino effect on soN bean and \\heat prices. The
result has been fairer prices for farmers and fewer
farm subsidies.. ,'
Just how big is the ethanol boom? Corn-based
ethanol production in the United States doubled
between 2001 and 2005, and is likely to double again
the next few years., The United States already has 100
active ethanol plants capable of producing more than
5 billion gallons a year. An additional 58 plants either
under construction .or expansion 'are expected to
increase that capacity to 9 billion gallons. And anoth-
er 150 ethanol plants have been proposed around the'
country. The U.S. Department of Agriculture has stat-
ed that much of the corn for ethanol production will
be diverted from exports.
According to a new report by the Institute for
Agriculture and Trade Policy, if only 25 percent of
proposed ethanol plants are built, the Midwest could
see its corn exports cut in half. If 100 percent are
built, Midwest ethanol would use up all the corn that
currently goes for exports. Some states are jumping
into the ethanol pool feet first. Nebraska % would ha% e .
enough ethanol demand to take up all the state's
exports if only 50 percent of the proposed new plants
came online. Iowa could see exports drop by over 50
percent if only 25, percent of the proposed new
ethanol plants are built - and could see ethanol tak-
ing up all corn for export if 75 percent of proposed
plants are built.
Lawmakers must tackle the question of ethanol
ownership. While farmer-owned ethanol plants were.
common a few years ago, nearly all new plants are
owned by larger agribusiness or energy companies.
The concern is that the economic benefits of ethanol
will be extracted from rural communities, as they
have been in the past. .When legislators come to the
table for that new Farm Bill in 2007, the landscape
will be much different from in 2002. And it will
require a new mindset. It will be important for
Congress to stay focused on the best market in the
world for United States farmers -- its own.


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Sunday, 8:15 p.m,
This is Jim. I am just calling .
to say I don't think the public'
should be feeling sorry for the'"
'pain caused by the execution of
prisoners sentenced to death.-
They weren't so concerned when.it
"they caused the pain and suffering I"
of their victim and their x icim's'
family.

Sunday. 10:41 a.m.
I want to thank Tammy. She"1'
has two twin daughters. We were
.paying a water bill. I mentioned it'
was a long walk. She let me in a
line, waited for me to finish, then^r
drove me home. She wouldF
accept no money for this. I thanks'
her from the bottom of my heart..b

Saturday, 2:49 p.m.
I would like to say, inr-
response to the comment in the'
paper about Samaritha. I, too, willO
be praying for that person. I can't
believe she .took someone's
chairs. I, too, think it is ridiculous.^
for her to brag about it. 3

Friday, 8:32 p.m.
This is Thomas in Pace. I was
reading the paper today and see-'
another inmate was executed;'1
They say he suffered for 32 min-"
utes. Don't they 'think the person'
he killed suffered for a while? P -
think they ought to go through'
about an hour of suffering and'"
pain before they die. It might do -'
some good.

Thursday, 11:05 p.m.
This is in response to your
question on page 6A for last
Saturday. That old car was a 1947
or 48'Ford five-passenger coupe.'
I can't tell from the picture if it.
was the Deluxe or Super Deluxe'
model. 'J

Thursday, 9:05 p.m.
This is Fred. I recently,
receded a Christmas card. The
post office stamped a message"-
"Happy Holidays." Is this legal? I.
need your opinions.

Thursday, 1:36 p.m.
This is Mary. Usually, I pick
up my papers, at/the newspaper
office out of the machines. There
is no light there at night. I think,
you should have the front of your
building lit for those who use,
your racks after dark. ,


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Local


Bowden prepares to turn 100


By PAMELA HOLT
Press Gazette Staff Writer. .
Christmas Eve is Percy
Bow den's birthday. Christmas
Eve has always been Bowden's
birthday.
It's just that, this year, it.
will be the 100th. time it has


Heroes.
Continued From Page One.
along with the victim of a vehi-
cle crash to stop a train as it
approached a crash scene.
The accident was a rollover
involving a pickup truck with
'three teenagers inside. After
flipping numerous times, it
landed on its side on the tracks.
Troopers say, "The train engi-
neer had to bust the air brakes
to stop and came to rest about
.300 feet away (the vehicle)."
On Dec. 1, a man driving in
front of East Milton.Elementary
pulled over to ask for help. His
father had collapsed inside the
car.
School officials and the
school resource officer came to
the aid of the man, who
appeared to be having a heart
attack.
' The actions of Deputy
Mike Donlan, prompted a letter
of appreciation from school
officials.
Jerilyn Hughes, assistant
principal at East Milton
Elementary, says a man needing
medical help with his uncon-
scious father pulled into the
school when he saw the
deputy's car parked outside.
Donlan, "took charge of the
scene and performed in a pro-
fessional manner while admin-
istering life saving attempts for
the victim. " according to
Hughes.
Hughes says she is
extremely pleased with
Donlan's performance, noting
his "professionalism and calm
demeanor during a crisis."
"I consider East Milton
Elementary school to 'be so
lu.ky, to, have Mike Donlan."
she, wrote to Santa Rosa Sheritf
Wendell Hall. "He is a.profes-
sional with the utmost integrity
who represents, your depart-
ment in a way that should make
you very proud."


Teachers
Continued From Page One.
program recognizes and honors
the contributions of outstanding
classroom teachers who
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students of all backgrounds and
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happened. ,
Born in 1906 in North
Carolina, Bowden says he's
looking forward to eating cake
on his birthday.
Bowden lives with his care-
taker, Caroline "Granny"
Richburg in East Milton, who is
85 years old.
Together, says Richburg,
they share good days and bad
days, but most are good. They
gather yard eggs from the
chickens scratching in their
back yard.
Bowden moved to Milton
with his family, because, he
says, his father moved around a
lot...working different jobs.
Bowden took a job working on
the roads, in Santa Rosa County;
it was a lot different back then.
There were a lot fewer roads.
And he says he's glad because
he "pushed a shovel."
"They don't do as much
shoveling now," says Bowden,
"they hae mnachiner% to do
what I did. ' I worked all my
life." .
He never farmed,, although
he did grow a few peas; never
rode in an airplane, and he's
never used a computer.
"But," he says, "I did some
train and bus riding."
Bowden says people have it
easy now' and things have
changed since he was a child.
"Things are better now-
you can have anything you
want to eat. Couldn't back
then," he chuckles.
Richburg says Bowden's
two favorite things to do are to
read and eat.
:"I don't know where he
puts it-but he sure can do it,"
notes Richburg.
* He attends church at Ferris
Hill Church of God in Christ
and, according to Richburg,
-still testifies before the congre-


"I still say my prayers every
night. The Lord has all the
power and He sees it fit for me
to still be here."
Story written by Pamela.
Holt. Reach her at:
holt@sr-pg.com


PERCY BOWDEN


gation about his faith.
He loves to talk about the'
Bible and Jesus, she says.
Bowden says it's a blessing
to turn 100 years old.
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
A meeting of the Santa Rosa County Board of Adjustment will be held on
January 4, 2006, at 5:30 pm at the Santa Rosa County Administrative Complex,
in the Commisioners Boardroom located at 6495 Caroline Street, Milton,
Florida.

The public is invited to attend and provide verbal or written comment. You are
also invited to provide written comment to our office at least one day prior to
the scheduled meeting for presentation to the Board if unable to attend this
meeting.

Information concerning these items may be inspected during regular business
hours (M-F 7:30-4:30) at our office located at 6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton,
FL. The agenda is available on the Planning and Zoning page of the County's
website at ww"w.santarosa.fl.gov.

If you have any questions regarding this meeting, please call the Santa Rosa
County Community Planning. Zoning, and Development Division at
(850) 981-7075..


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Testing
Continued From Page One.
curriculum to find a writing
plan to specifically cover types
of writing styles at each grade
level," he says.
This spring, Santa Rosa
County middle school students


scored 84% proficient-tying
last year's scores. High school
students scored at 83%.
Wyrosdick says his impression
in the spring was strong since
the test only gets harder as the
children progress.


"It's a difficult test because
it's unique," says Wyrosdick.
One good thing about FCAT, he
says, it identifies strengths,
weaknesses, and developmental
areas, "which will make our
students a success."


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parking lot, northbound on
Dogwood Dr., and nearly
caused an accident. About $600
worth of merchandise is said to
have been obtained for $25,
according to police reports.
Kassem Hassan, along with
Eman Hassan, 54; Amina
Hassan, 25; and Rahma Hassan,
23; were arrested and charged
with felony retail theft, obstruc-
tion of justice and giving false
information to law enforce-
ment.
Chief Greg Brand says the
family was arrested at their
home for the felony charges
after being, cited for misde-
meanor petty theft at the scene

Correction

By LYNNE HOUGH
Press Gazette Staff Writer
One of the owners of Oops
Alley in Pace wants to make
sure the public understands his
establishment is already quali-
fied to sell alcohol, but has cho-
sen not to do so.
Citing "family entertain-
ment", Taylor Loftin says the
business chose not to exercise
its ability to sell liquor.
He also notes a statement in
a previous Press Gazette story
in which a liquor license lottery
winner says he received a solic-
itation from the business is
erroneous.
"We have not contacted
anyone," Loftin notes.
Story written by Lynne
Hough. Reach her at:
hough @sr-pg.com.

Oil
Continued From Page One.
Davis who notes the
pipeline was due for inspection
next year. Two other major
pipelines are due for inspec-
tions with "smart pigs." The
last known inspection of the
problem pipeline was in
September of 1998.
Story written by Pamela
Holt. Reach her at:
holt@sr-pg.com


of the traffic stop.
Brand notes further investi-
gation at the store revealed the
method by which the Hassans
allegedly obtained the stolen
merchandise and the value
bumped the charges to felony
retail theft.
Police discovered, at the
family's home on Elsie Lane,
off Hwy. 90 near Pea Ridge,
neighbors were concerned over
behavior at the house. Windows
are reportedly blacked out, any
view through a fence blocked
by plastic and most of the
movement around the home
allegedly occurs at night.
Brand says this information
was suspicious enough to pass
on to the FBI, though he is
unsure if they are interested.
"If we don't send it to them,
they won't know," he notes.
Santa Rosa County
deputies already made the FBI


aware of Hassan's activities,
according to reports filed in
2004. In addition to the Gulf
Breeze Wal-mart incident,
Hassan was picked up on a
fugitive warrant from New
Mexico-based on charges of
obtaining accommodations val-
ued more than $2,500, accord-
ing to Sheriff's reports.
Investigator say members
of the family. are not United.
States citizens, but foreign'
nationals-from Egypt, accord-
ing to Sheriff's reports.
An additional charge of bat-
tery on a law enforcement offi-
cer was made against one mem-
ber of the family by the Santa
Rosa Sheriff's Office for an
incident occurring during the
Milton Police Department
arrest this week.
Story written by Lynne
Hough. Reach her at:
hough @sr-pg.com


Man shot in Jay trying

to break up argument


A man was shot in Jay
Saturday, according to Santa
Rosa deputies, while trying to
intervene in a domestic dispute.
Antonio Cormona, 26,
Century, was initially listed in
critical condition at West
Florida Hospital, according to
Sheriff's officials. He was shot
in the chest with a small caliber
handgun. Deputies have arrest-
ed James David Messick, 49,
from Baker.
Officials say deputies
'were dispatched to the shooting
at the Farmers Country Market
on Hwy. 4 in Jay. The caller
told officials a man on a motor-
cycle shot an Hispanic male in
the parking lot following a con-
frontation.
When deputies arrived,
Cormona was found laying in
the front parking lot with a
small caliber gunshot wound to
the chest. Witnesses tending to
the man's injuries stated
Messick and a female passen-
ger fled on foot- heading west
on Hwy. 4. ,


S "Deputies
S ran after the
suspect and
were able to
take both into
custody with-
out incident.
The handgun
JAMES DAVID was recovered.'
MESSICK It was deter-
mined, by inter-
view, the couple on the motor-
cycle were married.
Preliminary findings indi-
cate Messick and his wife were
on a motorcycle that broke
down at the store.' The suspect
and his wife began arguing, at
which time Cormona attempted
to intervene. That, officials say,,
is when the suspect shot him
with 'a handgun.
Messick was charged with
one count of aggravated battery.
with a weapon, and one count
of carrying a concealed firearm.
He was released on a $15,000
bond.
His wife was released
after questioning.


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Legals


IM 1 CIRCUIT COURT
N MW FOR SANTA
N UO COUNTY, FLORI-
DA
CM Nf. 06-992CA
IN FIE: The Forfeiture of:

r 19Cdllac4-Door, VIN#
O 6D46W158101,
Gre n in color,

SDEFENDANT/CLAIMANT:

SANTON MOORER.

NOTICE OF FORFEITURE
- PROCEEDING

- TO: Santon Moorer, 6504
College Drive, Milton,
Florida 32570; and all per-
sons who claim an interest
In one 1976 Cadillac 4-.
Door, VIN#
60D4850158101, green in
color, which was seized on
S- 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
Comtplahnt for Final
Judgnnt of Forfeiture per-
i. taking thereto has been
filed in the above styled
cause.

Dated 'tis 6th day of
November 2006.

is/LauraJ Nye
ALLENW LINDOA.' JR
Florida Bar N.3ro ,I.-
�LAURAJOYNIER rJi'E
FlorldBar No 48-2'36
Lindusy, An.3 . c &
Leonard, P.A.
5218 Wiling Street
Milton, Florida 32570
"(850) 623-3200L
Attorneys for Pli.er.n

121306
122006


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, . FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
C File No.: 57-2006-CP-402
Division:

IN RE: ESTATE OF

ROBERT LEE JONES

SDeceased.

N NOTICETO 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
Ross County, Florida,
Probate Division, the
address of wic.;:r, ;: !850
e3 Caroline Sir- T,,Mi.:.r.r
Florida 32570 Tn. r,i-.me,
Sand addresses of the per-.
i; sonal reprer-.iavce.. and
the personal s-C rersnia.
l tve' atornmev are "ci i.cnri
below.
Al: creditor .:. ir.e ce.:e-
Sent and oir. r pr.iu,-e.
having claims or OeT,.ar,.
against oecea.r .i': , ,lC
on whom a coc., o Ir..i
notice is requr-., Ic. o-
. served mudl ise Ire..r
Claims with this court,
J WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
NMONTHSAFTER Tr.IE OF
* THE FIRST PUBLICATION
3, OF THIS NOTICE OR 30
DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS. NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other per-
sons having claims, or,
demands against dece-
aent estate mu- i .ie ir.e.r
claims with Iher. c,,un
l WITHIN 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERI-
006 ODSSET FORTH IN SEC-
TION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE WILLBE FOREVER
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
Thedale firri f ,OH aic..:.n
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
1219890

NOTICE OF PUBLIC
SALE
Fort Storage located at
4114 Avalon Blvd. Milton,
FL 32583 hereby gives
. notice of a public sale to
the highest bidder for cash
only on January 5, 2007 at
2 00 T, ' r. ..:. : ,,.c ,arer - air,
"rhe Florlae .el/ iora.e
Facility Act Statutes (sec-
tion 83.801-83.809). Seller
reserved the right to with-
draw property from sale at
any time. This property Is
being sold to satisfy a land-
lord lien.


ceeding by filing that
Property includes contents request with the adminis-
of the spaces of the follow- trative law judge assigned
ing tenants. by the Division of
Administrative Hearings.
Unit# T n a nt The choice of mediation
Name Contents shall not affect a party's
RV-12 Joel Phillips right to an administrative
1977 Brown Datsun Z- hearing.
VIN#HLS30-388380
1985 Brown Ford Bronco- -a- Mike McDaniel, Acting
VIN#1 FMCU14SFUB8770 Chief
52 Office of Comprehensive
1978 Brown Datsun Z- Planning
VIN#GHLS30-120143 Division of Community
RV-13 Joel Phillips Planning
1976 Green Datsun Z - Department of Community
VIN# GHLS30-036269 Affairs
1985 Red Datsun Z - VIN# 2555 Shumard Oak
JN1 HZ04S6CX443045 Boulevard
1976 White Datsun Z - Tallahassee, Florida
VIN# HLS30-301760 32399-2100
922 Joel Phillips
2 computer cases, 1 corn- 122006
puter monitor, 2 bicycles, 2 122006 : '.
speakers, 14 boxes, small 12/1026
metal tool box, 1 kitchen
chair', 1 computer key- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
board, 4 plastic bags. OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT -IN AND FOR
159 Natalie M. SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
Knowles- 1 dinning table, 2 FLORIDA
small TVs, 1 King Mattress CIVIL ACTION
Set, 2 Full Mattress Sets, 1 CASE NO. 06-000797-CA
rack of clothes, 1 lamp, 3 DIVISION
lamp shades, 1 white
chest, 2 kitchen chairs, 5 WASHINGTON MUTUAL
sofa pillows, 1 bedroom BANK, AS ,SUCCESSOR
chest, 1 night stand, 4 IN INTEREST TO LONG
kitchen chairs, 50 boxes. BEACH MORTGAGE
COMPANY BY OPERA-'
161 Natalie M. TION OF LAW;
Knowles- 1 dining table, 4 . Plaintiff,
cr.);,. I , c.i-.ci d l h ;r , . v
1 c.:s,,e i.,Cl' HaliO�eeir, , VS.
Cr.rl-, i * 3cr : '.:cr, . T.-
BRIAN CHENEY A/K/A
122006 BRIAN J. CHENEY, etal,
122706 : Defendant(s).
12M1025
*'. NOTICE OF� RESCHED-.
STATE OF FLORIDA ULED FORECLOSURE~
DEPARTMENT OF COM- SALE
MUNITY AFFAIRS .
NOTICE OF INTENT TO NOTICE IS HEREBY.
FINDTHE ' " . GI',EN pur-uan l Ih an
SANTA ROSA COUNTY , Ordedr Re;crn,eui.r.L
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN Fc.reCloure Sale dale1
AMENDMENTIS) IN COM- , De.Cempr 13 200rn ini
PLIANCE ardeired inr Care NO : .
DOCKET NO. 06-2-N01- 0,0i:9"C',CA4 .I in.e C.r.:u.I
5401-tA)-II) Caun l rn.e FIRST Judic.il
S. C':u.l ;r, and lor SANTA
The Department gives ROSA Cc.unly Fior.o,d
notice of its intent to find vwrereir., WAS-HIrICTOrJ
the Amendment(s) to the MUTUAL BANK, AS SUC-
Comprehensive Plan for CESSOR IN, INTEREST
Santa Rosa County, adopt- TCO LONG BEACH MORT
ed by Ordinance No(s). CAGE COMRrPA'ir' 8
2006-32, 2006-33, 2006- OFERATION OF LAW .-
34, 2006-35 and 2006-36 the Plaintiff and BRIAN
on October 26, 2006, IN CHENEY A/K/A BRIAN J.
COMPLIANCE, pursuant 'CHENEY; SANDRA
to Sections 163.3184, CHENEY A/K/A SANDRA
163.3187 and 163.3189, K. CHENEY ,. LONG
F.S. , BEACH , MORTGAGE
COMPANY;. TENANT #1
The adopted Santa Rosa N/K/A BETH ABEAR .are
County Comprehensive, ire Deier.adnic. Imieli Ic,
Plan Amendment(s) and .Ie r..-Ar.ei] arend crn A ode.I '
the Department's c.r ca'r, a STEPS OF THE
O b j ec t i'o n s , SANTA ROSA COUNT it
R:c.mrr.icr..er3.i.r, ; anro COURTHOUSE at
Cc,mrr-.m,, Repc.n i.1 ani 11:00AM. on the 18 day of
arec. a a.vl IAl . r pu l..; January, l'00.. ihe icllow-
inspection Monday through 'r.g ,,ir.et-. properer, a
Friday, except for legal hol- cer I.r-nr, .r. rad Fnral
days, during normal busi- Judgment:
ness hours, at the Santa
Rosa County Planning THE NORTH 110.00 FEET
Department, 6051 Old . OF LOT 2, BLOCK 1,
Bagdad Highway, Suite LAKEWOOD ESTATES
201, Milton, Florida, 34583. SUBDIVISION, BEING A
SUBDIVISION OF A POR-.
Any affected person, as '.TION OF SECTION 4,1
defined':, in Section TOWNSHIP 1 -NORTH,
163.3184, F.S., has a right PRAiNGE 28 WEST, SAiTA
io csri;i;.n re,.r, an adrmn;r.;- ROSA COurTi'. FLORI.
Iral.-e he,..r ICeCriairer.n DA ACCORDING TO A
ire pr.:po.d e.3 ager.c., PLLT RECORDED INr
aile,',.r.nic. ral ir. e PL.T BOOK B AT PAGE
Amrren.aminrs, ,i lI, ie I-0 Il THE PUBLIC
Santa r. Rbsa County RECORDS CF SAID
Cocpre.rcr.-e..i Pan are in COUNT,'. BEING MORE
c,.irce a eine a ir P A RT I C U L A :R'LY
SuCreCT,C.r. 163 316Ji1' DESCRIBED AS THAT
F.S. The petition must be PORTIOCr OF LOT 2,
filed within twenty-one (21) THAT LIES EAST OF.LOT'
days after publication of 6, BLOCK 1, LAKEWOOD:
Irri. .c.,i..:� and must ESiTATEo SuIC .'iSiCrl
'r,.lu l.- ~a ,:,1 the informa-
tion . and contents AND'
de-c.r;.,d ;n Uniform Rule
.c8.r:r -0i. F.A.C. The LOT 6, BLOCK 1, LAKE-
petition must be filed with WOOD ESTATES, A SUB-
the . Agency Clerk, DIVISION OF A PORTION
Department of Community OF: THE NORTHEAST
Affairs, 2555 Shumard Oak QUARTER OF SECTION
Boulevard, Tallahassee, 4, TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH,
Florida 32399-2100, and a RANGE 28 WEST, AS
copy mailed or delivered to REFLECTED IN PLAT
the local government. BOOK "B", AT PAGE 120,
Failure to timely file a peti- OF THE PUBLIC
tion shall constitute a waiv- RECORDS OF SANTA
cr,:. Tan i c r. .r,.uel ar, ROSA COUNTY, FLORI-
adiT ,ir,,n:r ,.- pro seed.r.g DA.
as a- petitioner under
Sections 120.569 and AND
120.57, F.S. If a petition is
filed, the purpose of the- A .PORTION OF LOT '7,
administrative hearing will BLOCK :1, LAKEWOOD
b. in pre-ert ende-r-:e and " ESTATES BEING MORE
ei.iC.r.c.y, Cra lore%.i'r 3 PARTIC I LA R LY '
recommended order to the DESCRIBED AS FOL-
Department. If no petition is LOWS:
filed, this Notice of Intent BEGIN AT THE SOUTH-
shall become 'final agency EAST CORNER OF LOT 7,
action. BLOCK -1, LAKEWOOD
ESTATES, BEING A SUB-
If a petition is filed, other DIVISION OF A PORTION
affected persons may peti- OF SECTION 4, TOWN-
tion for leave to intervene in SHIP 1 NORTH, RANGE
the proceeding. A petition 28 WEST, SANTA ROSA
for intervention must be COUNTY, FLORIDA,
filed at least twenty (20) ACCORDING TO A PLAT
days before the final hear- FILED IN PLAT BOOK "B",
ing and must include all of AT PAGE 120, OF THE
the information and, con- PUBLIC RECORDS OF
'tents described in Uniform SAID COUNTY; THENCE
Rule 28-106.205, F.A.C. A RUN NORTH 14.
petition for leave to inter- DEGREES 00 MINUTES
vaene shall be filed at the 00 SECONDS EAST
Division of Administrative ALONG THE EAST LINE
Hearings, Department of OF SAID LOT 7, A DIS-
Management Services, TANCE OF 11.20 FEET;
1230 Apalachee Parkway, THENCE RUr rIFORTH 75
Tallahassee, Florida -DEGREES 3: rIriNUTES
32399-3060. Failure to 24 SECONDS WEST A
petition to intervene within DISTANCE OF 42.90
the allowed time frame FEET; THENCE RUN
constitutes a waiver of any NORTH 87 DEGREES 03
right such a person has to MINUTES 40 SECONDS
request a hearing under WEST A DISTANCE OF
Sections 120.569 and 11.57 FEET TO A POINT
120.57, F.S.,'or to partlci- IN A CURVE OF A CUL-
pate in the administrative DE-SAC; THENCE RUN
hearing. SOUTHERLY ALONG THE
, ARCOFACURVETOTHE
After an adm.r.. r ai..c .RIGHT A DISTANCE OF
hearing peIl..or, . imr-ly 9.32 FEET TO THE
hl.,1 m-ed.a1..;.r I a allacle , SOUTH LINE OF SAID
curui ic'1 I . u ce-i.: '.c"n LOT 7, SAID CURVE HAV-
' :,:i:iia,, FS .:.an1, ,ING A RADIUS OF 37.50
arei.: . pr;.:. ,,r, ,-r. ., FEET, ACENTRALANGLE
.T,C-, pa rn. r.:. ir,e ,r.:. OF 14 DEGREES 14 MIN-


UTES 00 SECONDS, A
CHORD BEARING OF
SOUTH 10 DEGREES 36
MINUTES 15 SECONDS
WEST, A CHORD OF 9.29
FEET; THENCE RUN
SOUTH 76 DEGREES 00
MINUTES 00 SECONDS
EAST ALONG THE
SOUTH LINE OF SAID
LOT 7 A DISTANCE OF
53.70 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING.

A/K/A 5308 MIKES
PLACE, MILTON, FL
32570

Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus from
the sale, if any, other than
'the property owner as of
the date of the Lis Pendens
mTuiT r1. ,- a.-i3im ain.r. 5,x.,
I t.1 d aay arne Ire sale

WITNESS MY HAND and
the seal .of ihis Court on
December .3 20-'c "

Mary M. Johnson
Cierk .1 I�rh C;rcuit Couu r
CIRCUIT COIJRT SEAL
B, Br cn o, lo r;.
Der.,ut, C e i

122006
122706 .: ..: .
12/1027

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE 1ST JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
SANTA ROSA COUNTY.
FLORIDA
GENERAL' JURISDIC-
TION DIVISION
CASE NO: 06-927-CA

WELL . FARGO BANK,
I j , SUCCESSOR BY
' MERGER TtC 'ELL5
FARGO HOME MORTT
CAGE iliC
PLAITrTIFF


*STEPHENJ H CAPPz ET
AL,,
DEFEINDAieITiSi

(ICTiCE CF ACTICT
COr-STRUCTI'.E SEP.
viCE

TO: RHONDA L. CAPPAS'
whose residence .is
unknown if he/she/they be
ir..,,. . anl ii r e - r - ire, o-
dead inr urur..ro,Ar. Ocier
Ocani wAr..: , m, e C-,' pOu '
e:. r,,er., dc .,r:,e .
grantees, assignees,
her,'C r:', cr, " di,' . If.u il T' l
ae' 51iI panme- Cwlamrring ar
" ierei I rv nr.ougr. urn.er
or eaearn I rh- Defenrani
wn o ar - 'c.:, kr.c.An I .:, e
adC or ai.-.. an-r all rr-c
lj rna.,n. :6 . Clai-ror.-g 1C
na ed a Iry l r,.r 1il. pO i. 'r.
ec. r- , I, n e i,,r.pe ,-.
described in the 'mortgage
be;', iore,:lo:ed her.enr,

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED irnai ar, aci..n I., .:. l re
.close a mortgage on the
following property:

COMMENCE 'AT THE
NORTHEAST CORIiER
OF SECTION 3. TOWrV.
SHIP 2 NORTH, RANGE
2' 8 WEST SrijTA ROS
COuriT , FLORIDA
THErNCE AuN TCOUTH 02
DEGREES 09 Millu'TES
"'6 SECCNDEA: WE-' T
ALONG THE EAST LItE]
. OF SIED SE'rTiO i i :.
TACEOiF -2 .- , FEET
THEjNCE RuNr IIJORTH 88
DEGREE': 4, I.ircUTE:
, 14 : ECOrJ,. WEST A
DISTANCE :OF ic- :
FEET TC' THE PFIiT iCF
BEGIIITliHGri THENICE
COC.TiLIIE NORTH 1i.
DEGREE-. ,. t.14g, uTES.
14 SECOraOD WEST
DISTe-JCE OF 26- 4 C0
FEET THEIrNCE RF.ul
SOLITH Ci DECREES Cr5
MirjijTES I' ,ECONCrES
WEST A DISTANCE OF
328.58 FEET, TO AN
INTERSECTION WITH
THE SOUTHERLY RIGHT-
OF-WAY LINE OF BRAKE
ROAD (20' R/W); THENCE
RUN SOUTH 88
DEGREES 49 MINUTES
14 SECONDS EAST
ALONG SAID' SOUTHER-
L, RiiG-HT.OF-.Wr' LINE
lr:iTANCE OF 264.00
FEET; THENCE DEPART
SAID SOUTHERLY
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE AND
* RUN .NORTH 01
DEGREES ,r5 MINUTES
1. SECONDS .EAST
ALONG SAID WESTERLY
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE A
DISTANCE OF 328.58
FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING. LESS AND
EXCEPT THE SOUTH
20.00 FEET THEREOF
FOR INGRESS/EGRESS
PURPOSES.

TOGETHER WITH 1989'
DOUBLEWIDE HOME,
VIN #017631A AND
016731B,

has been filed against you
and you are required to
* : r a. . ,.:,:,p .-:,i ou r, ,,ner.
. - .,l-'i:e- ii .r,. l, ,i :.r,
DAVID J. STERN, ESQ.
Plaintiff's attorney, whose
address Is 801 S University
Drive #500, Plantation, FL.
33324 on or before
January 24, 2007, (no later
than 30 days from the date
of the first publication of
this notice of action) and
file the original with the
clerk of this court either
before service on Plaintiff's
attorney or 'immediately,
thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint
or petition filed herein.,

WITNESS .T., hand and
the seal :,1 r ri Court at
SANTA ROSA County,
Florida, this 14th day -of


December, 2006.

CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
BY: Angela Dunn
DEPUTY CLERK

LAW OFFICES OF DAVID
J. STERN
ATTORNEY FOR PLAIN-
TIFF
801 S. UNIVERSITY
DRIVE SUITE 500 .
PLANTATION, FL 33324
06-64930(FM)NCL
IN ACCORDANCE WITH
THE AMERICANS WITH
DISABILITIES ACT, per-
sons with disabilities need-
ing a special accommoda-
I.,,n Ch.:.ul'3 c.'L3CI COURT
ADf.tiIiiSTRATIOt al ir.,
SANTA ROS COunr,
C:,unrlnoue al 3 OiCINE 1.
8'":,.-55'.67 1" ITDD,.:.. '
800-955-8770, via Florida:
Relay Service.

THi- liNOTiCE SHALL BE
PUBLISHED ONCE A
WEEK FOR TWVO Vli
-COIN SECUTI'/E WEEKS

122706 .
12/1028 .

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORI-
DA
CASE NO.: 2004 CA
000811

NORThWOOD PROPER-
TIES, INC.,
Plainlif.

vs.

DONALD HUDGINS
dee., 'are . r..: ur-In,-.r,
r Tn- , r, i. ",' 1, e ,ii-,, :



Cu'.u,u a rle.r decea"-.-
. cr.r.e irc . ur . l,.gu r.in

e:r id i l'rI - an.3 l .Tir.,rr . pa -
le-': cl .mi nq .r ir.rugn
urader or ag. rilTr.im anr1
all unbnru r, natural pr
.:.,, .- ; i al,.,e :1,,1 .3 i e a.3 , r
r. I.rrCAr., I.:. Cr dead c..
al'.e in,-,r -� ,ral ran,
.: nr,e,r; do,,r '6 "cr
qr Cr.is-e and eluarr-, I-,
crediic.r-. or cIr.,. c r.-A
Claimr.n . , C ir.rou'r. cr
undr-. r Ini ur,-i. ric r r, lu.
ral C'per:u,,; a-0d all
c i ,rr 1,ia . " a c,, ,,rn"C or par.
1,e: natural lr ,.',':,peral
.r r.,:.. eea.:l Ie-dal tela '
i r, ur.lrl,:,,,,. .:i r ,.r ur.,,
car, zc ire ar.. - -ramn,.3 . ,
de .'c.ed ,c r ,el -ndnr.I ..i ,
parties or claiming to have
ar, ,,gr.I lile ,:.r ,,',l r.ur ,r
ir., prpr-, a, ,3 .:r.t.d i rn
inr.: cmpia,.-i BARBARA
HUDGINS, ERIC JAMES
HUDGINS, if deceased, his
unknown heirs, devisees,
grrani, c: jud.rn-i-rl .:re.d;
tor a ,ir. all I n -ier C.are."
claiT.r.r l t., ir..iu r, urn3,-r
cOf" .. i : , r.emi Ir.,,
unknown 'spouse, heirs,
devisees, .:r1,ii.rnt,.. and
judgment creditors, and all
other partieT cl3iminq bv.
irirou' h urr3ne, . r a5 air',.i
Ire, an-d all unler..5 r, c.r.- i
ura Pi O1r,. 3 ii ar..c. anr .i
da d ',r i r,.:. PnoA n i. be
dEcCd1 r u .. I' i .r -.eral
:d.,, . r6.:,' . unln.:.an

g ranie -: an.3 ]uda. ,i -r.I
cr, a.iC.ri .:,' Cinr r c,'n.-
.:l.nm in' ' lh,.:.u'h .,
u-3lcr rin.:. jr.i r n r,.ntu
ral er .:,n, r,,an.o all
.:larT,cri p-e :. ,o.:.r par
ties, natural or corporate,
o'r , A, ' .:. i , l i al l .:
CI u i r ,ac, r , i m.r-r ur.'j r
ar., . ira: 5 te.o n.aer.,am. or
d r.:r.t.;.I 1 ee.,a r.ir, h ,or
panei.: or .:imT ,, icI r,a..e
an,. r.gr.I lo e ..r .r.c-re'T er
ir.,e i:..ri',-i n d .;'rOA.,3 1,,
Ir., C,oT.rlarin JENNIFER
JOHNSTON, .r d.a-:a ,l3
her unknown heirs,
die.i .-=. , *r ,ri. ri j'udd.
Ir., noi rediC.r.: ,rn.3 arl
cir-'. parei ccia.m.r.g C.,,,
through, under, or against
them; the . unknown
spouse, heirs, devisees,
granteei? and judgment
.r,'I.:.ar i ,,,1 all C I rer par.
I ri .:1 -iT n,, ,t ir.:..j,.r,
under, or against them; and
all unknown natural per-
-,:,.n.c ae c r., a r. j I ',3 , :,r
r,i t nocAr, i.o Ge- aod or
a.i..e Ir-.,,' r i r."ral ar..1
respective unknown spous-
es, heirs, devisees,
grantees, and judgment
creditors, or other parties
claiming by,. through, or
under those unknown natu-
ral persons;' and all
claimants, persons or par-
ties, natural or corporate,
or whose exact legal status
a ur, r..:,A', il,-r .c i ur.-el,J
ar') .: Ire 3t0:,,:- narm -.3 c.
described defendants or
parties or claiming to have
any rtgr.I ii1i- ur 'rTers i ,n
the pr.,p.,ny .1e- r,:..ce in
this complaint, STATE OF
FLORIDA, and JOHN E.
PEPPER,

Defendants.

NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO F.S.
CHAPTER 45

Notice is given that under a
Summary Final Judgment
. of Foreclosure dated
December 15, 2006 in
Case No. 2004 CA 000811
of the Circuit Court of the
First Judicial Circuit in and
Sfor Santa Rosa County,
Florida, in which,
Northwood Properties Inc.,
Is the Plaintiff and Donald
Hu.1 .,,n .an.d Barbara
Hua, .r., ,'e - I'...' of the
C0-1. i ,a, rrT:
I will sell to the highest and
.e'r c.3 i .1:,., .: j r..:.n i,., h


front steps of the Santa
- Rosa County Courthouse,
6865 Caroline Street,
Milton, Santa Rosa County,
Florida 32570, at 11:00
a.m. on February 14,
2007, the following
described property set forth
in the Summara Final
Judgment of Foreclosure:

Lot 15, Block 6,
Gardendale Subdivision, a
subdivision according to
plat thereof recorded in
Plat Book D, Page 28, of
the public records of Santa
Rosa County, Florida

Any person claiming an.
interest in the surplus from
I-. Ei, e ire , a.,. o ner inar,
nie rpopeny i aoner a? 01
rie- c.ale c. inr-, Iie per ,er.i
must file a claim within 60'
days after the sale.
: Dald December 15. 2006

Cler, .:.I Crcu.T Counn
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
8, Angela Dunnr
Depury Cllrb
1 - 2:,jr

' I12/1029

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE 1ST JUDICIAL,
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
SANTA ROSA COUNTY.
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDIC-
TION DIVISION
CASE NO: 060703CA-01

LA,:ALLE BANK iATIOi I
-L ASSOCCIATIOiN AS
TRUSTEE FOP CERTIFY
CATEHOLCIEPR OF BEAR
3TEArjIS ASSET
BACKED EECuRITIES I
LLL. ASSET.BACI-,ED
CERTIFICATES SERIES
00c'-FRI
FLtPITIFF'

C r'ITHIA STEWARD
UrKNi6WN r SPOuSE OF
C'.ITHiA STEWARD IF
Al,. All, AND ALL
U.aNKrowN PARTIES
,CL 'AIiNJG B
THROUGH UNDER. ArID
4A,.AitriST THE HEREINI
lAMED IrlDi/iDUAL
DEFENEJDA.ITiSi WHC'
A RE riOT KINowr TCO BE
DEAD 'OR ALIlVE
WHETHER SAID
IInraK.r-C'wrJ PARTiES IMA,'
CLAIt. ANr INTEREST AS
SPOuSES HEIRS
EE'.viSEE: GRAITEES
OR OTI-IER FCLAiTr.t1TS
I.1.RTGAGE ELECTRONJ-
12 REGISTRATION 5,5.
TEMS, INC.; JOHN DOE
AND JANE DOE 'AS
UNKNOWN TENANTS IN
POSSESSION
DEFENDANTS)

RE-NOTICE OF FORE-
CLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
Order Granting the Motion
to Reset Foreclosure Sale.
dated December 15, 2006
entered in Civil Case No.,
-,C'3C.CA-.01 .nof Ihe Circuit
SCu:,n ti mne ST Judicial
C;rcu;l in Randd Ifor S'TA
SROSA Court , I.MILTO i
Flor,,3a I Will eill il inr-
lhqr.grn-l ard e.l O'dd r l.,r
a:ir, i THE rJORTH
,FRONT STEPS OF THE
SANTA RAOS C,ur.ni,
C.:.unr,.:.u. ,r65 CARO.
- LINE STREET MILTON,
FIlr.da ai 11 00 a.m. on
inr C3', .jA, of January,
'42007 the .folIowidg-
described property as set
T..nn r, ,aid Su', ,mar, CFr,i
Jud-i'r' , - - I. 1 . ,i
LOT 2, BLOCK F. ADRIAN
WOODS, PHASE TWO, A
SUBDIVISION OF A POR-
TION OF GOVERNMENT
LOTS 5 AND 6, SECTION
23, TOWNSHIP 1 SOUTH,
RANGE 28 WEST, SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORI-
DA, ACCORDING TO
PLAT RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK G, AT PAGE
42, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF SAID'
COUNTY.
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus from
the sale. if any other than.
the property owner as of
i�hm- ,,l',el I;" I er d-n,
nlu:i I*le , ,_iaim irn ir 1
dan" hrt- mne al'E

Dated this 15 day of
je.:. -,,:.-, _ .,

Clerk of the Circuit Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: J. Watkins
. Deputy Clerk

IN ACCORDANCE WITH
THE AMERICANS WITH
DISABILITIES .ACT, per-
sons with disabilities need-
ing a special accommoda-
tion should contact COURT
ADMINISTRATION, at the
SANTA ROSA County
Courthouse at,1-800-955-
8771 (TDD) or 1-800-955-
8770, via Florida Relay,
Service.

122006
122706
12/11030

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT'
IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORI-
DA
CASE . NO.: 2006 CA
000607

NORTHWOOD PROPER-
TIES, INC.,
Plaintiff,


judgment creditors, and all
other parties claiming by,';
through, under, or against
them; the unknown
spouse, heirs, devisees,
grantees, and judgment
creditors, and all other par-e
ties claiming by, through,
'under, or against them; and
all unknown natural rper-
sons if alive, and if dead or
not known to. be dead or
alive, their several and
respective unknown'spous-
es, heirs, devisees,
grantees, .and judgment
creditors, or other parties
claiming by, through, or
under those unknown natu-
ral persons;d and all
claimants, person or par-
ties, natural or corporate,




pnlrle CMW clIminrag h. r.ae
anrj rgn j i,[l l. .,' nrieri. in
.the property described in
this complaint. . .

Defendant.
NO'riCE P SALE
PURSUANT TO F.S.
CHAPTER 45
N I.Ct i gri..-. inal under. r a
Surmarn, F.nal, Ju.,.n'ir
01 Ft ra.;l",:.u't O ;a6l.
Dei:er,.r-e r I W -'1 ..,
Cj"e ro. ,-,006 .CA
00ui'C-,ru r ir., Circu.i Coun
. ,l ir, Fir-I ,i CrrCulr
� in anr i. r 'anla i c.a
C.,ur.m y Flor.3a , n hn,Cr,,
llrinvri o:.,u Pr.,'-,penle . In.:
I: Ie PWii.In an.r Ludlie
T r.l% H.,U l. i ' Inr
"lc'r-der.l
I.111 . u ell I o ire n .rnec. 1r,
I r ddei r., nc nAiri and
De' I.,ad er io.r C3ir..:., -. I e
r irr. 1 1"pr ,:1 ir.e S a nla
RCa Counry, Counr,,:.u:ce
r6. /5 Cr:.linre Sirent
M ,ll a, Sari R.a .'. C'..ouJnry.
Fihrida 32E.0 . si 11:00
a.m. on January 24. 2007
ir.. iollonno r sJ.,cr.tCe.
F.r:.perry sel ionr. rn ihre
SuTmmrrr, Final Jurrgmerni
.] F.reIloeur.

Lot 44. Block 6,
Gaerjendale urd,.l.orier, a
subdivision, according to
plat thereof recorded irn'
Plat Book D. page 28. of
in- pull.; re,.ord : So ania
"'o.a C.ouriy. Fluoi.da

Any person clalmir'.ni an
ir ireiei-1 n ine "urplu.i r,:m
Ire :le, .i any ulrier inar.
Ine .roper-ny Cwner a; uci
ir-. dale .:ili rsc. ITs ,nl-r.,,r
rus ii io6 a cla.m .ri A r.i n . Q
days after the sale.

Dated December 15, 2006.

Clerk of Circuit Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
vy JI Watkins
:.epury Clerk

122006,
122706
12/1031

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORI-
DA '
CASE NO.: 2006 CA
000427

IrJOTHWOiOD PROPER-
TIES IniC
S Plainilh ,
vs.

JO ANN P. DRISCOLLaka
JOANN DRISCOLL n/k/a
JOANN COLLETTE PEA-
COCK if deceased, her
urPn'oAn heirs, deviseess,
grantees, judgment credl-
T' rs, and all other parties
claiming by, through, under;
or ageer. i mr.m, ir e
unirnov,.r.p.:ou.e re.r"
le.iSecr. gr r.nie an,3
ju rgmer.nir -redie; .and all
other parties 'claiming by,
inr.,.ugr. under ,r a.i ainr i
in.T, ano all unir*Own rial.
ural persons if alive, and If
dead or not known to be
dead or alive, their several
and respective unknown
spouses, heirs, devisees,
grantees, and judgment
creditors, or other parties
claiming by, through, or
under those unknown natu--
ral persons; and all
claimants, persons or par-
ties, natural or corporate,
or whose exact legal status
is unknown, claiming under
any Or [Ire a1o,..e rnare -, r
oaesr,br- .lel.r.ao r.Ii or
parties or claiming to have
any right, title, or interest in
the property described in
this complaint; MERLE
ALLEN, REBECCA
McDONALD, and CREDIT
ACCEPTANCE CORPO-
RATION,

Defendants.'

NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO F.S.
CHAPTER 45'

Notice is given that under a
Summary Final Judgment
of Foreclosure dated
December 13, 2006 in
Case No. 2006 CA 000427
of the Circuit Court of the
First Judicial Circuit in and
for Santa Rosa County,
Florida, in which,
Northwood Properties, Inc.,
is the Plaintiff and Jo Ann P.
Driscoll Is one of the
Defendants.
I will sell to the highest and
best bidder for.cash on the
front steps of the Santa
Rosa County
Courthouse, 6865


,vs.

LUDIE MAE HOUSTON, If
deceased, her unknown
heirs, devisees,' grantees,


Caroline Street, Milton,
Santa Rosa County, Florida
32570, .at 11:00 a.m. on,
January 25, 2007, the fol-
lowing described property
set forth, in the Summary
Final Judgment of
Foreclosure:.

Lot 12, Block 4,
Gardendale Subdivision a,
subdivision of a portion of
Section 2, Township 1
North, Range. 29 West,,
according to Plat Book D at
page 28 of the . public
records of said County.

Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus from
the sale, if any, other than.
Ine property owner , c.f
ine caT r 01 ire. . p.ien.i er.
iru , file a clrim I, rrn or, r,
days after the sale.

Dated December 13, 2006.
Cie 'l Wor '',: bur Cl'un
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By Brand r.. orr, .
Deputy Cier,

122706 .- '
12t1032

IN THIE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORI-
DA
CASE NO.: 2006 CA
000721

,TJORTHWOOD PROPER-
TIES. IrJC
Fla.rIlin
VS.

BELIIDA A HI.IFFTAAIJ
iJKIKrIl'jt TEIlArIT JO

(fIK MICI-H EL HJFFIAA I
SArlD STATE OF FLORIDA

Defendants

NOTICE OF SALE

rNonie :-.vintr al unaet 3
SuiTrrary Final .ludTi erI -
ci FareCClosure daled
E ,-ecem er 1'5 c{10E. ,r.
':aei r,. 2000 CA0'00721
:1 Inc. C.'.:ru .. un ,1 i Ire
First Judicial Circuit in-and
for Santa Rosa County,
Florida, in which,
Northwood Properties, Inc.,
is the Plaintiff.and Belinda
A. Huffman, 'Unknown
Ter.ani *1 nka Michael
uRman rand State of
Florida, are . the
Defendants.
I will sellIto.the highest and
eril Dcdder for C air C.r. ire
ironic r Iepc of mIes an[ia
.roa Coucr) Cc.unr.,u-e
6865 Caroline Street,
t.1ion.,. aniae Ro-a C-ounr
Fiorea 325"). ar 11:00
a.m., on January 24,
2007, the following
*described property set forth
in the Summary Final
Judgment of Foreclosure:.

Lot 12, Block 1, Pine Crest
Estates, a. subdivision
according to plat thereof
recorded in Plat Book D,
Page 18, of the public.
records of Santa Rosa
'County, Florida.

Any prric.r. ciac.m.'r g an,
,riere .r.i In-e urpilu. from
the sale, if any, other than'
ine pripenry oAner as of
Ir.e doae 1i ir.e li: erdr.dc
mulil we a ,*:.1.m aiin.n 60
dayc ancr Irae alai

Dalte. De.:emcer 15, '206.

Clerk of Circuit Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL;
By: Angela Dunn
Deputy Clerk

I 2706
12Y1033

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORI-
DA
CASE NO.: 2006-CA-
000608

NORTHWOOD PROPER-
TIES, INC.,
Plaintiff,
vs.

ANGELA KAY ALIGOOD,

Defendants.

NOTICE OF SALE

Notice is given that under a
Summary Final Judgment
of Foreclosure dated
December 15, 2006 In
Case No. 2006 CA 000608
of the Circuit Court of the
First Judicial Circuit in and
for Santa Rosa County,
Florida, in which,
Northwood Properties, Inc.,
is the Plaintiff and Angela
Kay Aligood . is the
Defendant.

I will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash on the
front steps of the Santa
Rosa County Courthouse,
6865 Caroline Street,
Milton, Santa Rosa County,
Florida 32570,, at 11:00
a.m. on January 24, 2007,
the following described
property set forth in the
Summary Final Judgment
of Foreclosure:
Lot 16, Block 4,
Gardendale Subdivision, a
subdivision according to
plat thereof recorded In


Plat Book D, Page 28, of
the public records of Santa
Rosa County, Florida.
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus from
the sale, if any, other than
.the property owner as of
the date of theirs pendens
must file a claim within 60
Says after the sale.

Dated December 15, 2006.

Clerk of Circuit Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: J. Watkins
Deputy Clerk

122006

112/1034

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE 1ST JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,,
FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.: 06-10.7 CA

CITIMORTGAGE,-INC.,
.Plaintiff,

vs.

MELiJE:D P. YPARREA, et
al . . .
Defendanits.

.NOTICE OF ACTION

TO. MELINDA P. YPAR-
REA
LAST KIJiOWliJ
ADDRE ES' 5-C.i ROLAI D
RD PACE FL 32"',7
IL"aT KrjOWr4
ADDRESS 8101: ARR.1
CTROJFi RL lf.liLT.:l FL
32583,
(CURRENT RES ilEICE
UNKNOWN)

UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
MELINDA P. YPARREA
IC.iRiRETrT RESIDETrCE


'OU ARE fIOTIFiED iai .
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LOT 19. BLOCK G,"
WOODBINE SPRINGS
PLANTATION. ACCORD-
ING TO THE MAP OR
PLAT THEREOF, AS
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK D, PAGE 16 OF
.THE PUBLIC RECORDS
OF SANTA ROSA COUN-
TY, FLORIDA.

has been filed against you
and you are required to
e.r. a c'r.,, ,:,i rou, ,,;i.-nr,
dliere: AI ar,',.. im , on
rJarinall C Wali'rc. PA
Sa.norrn , , or Pia.Pi.nr . f-h.aec
a .l ,.- " .r 1800 N W 49T H
STREET, SUITES 120, FT.
LAUDERDALE FL 33309
on or before January 16;
2007, a date which is with-
in thirty (30) days iner In.-
first publication .i inn.'
Notice in the (Please pub-
i;:r. ;r THE PRESS
GAZETTE III I.11LTOij an.
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arin.i ou for the 'relief
.3err.ar.di, nr, the com-
piarI

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13 a, .:.I Decerrn,.-r. 0'u'-6

Mary M. Johnson
As Clerk of the Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By Brandy Norris
As Deputy-Clerk

122006
122706
12/1035

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA

CASE NO. 06-635-CA-01-
MTG-A

WELLS FARGO BANK,
N.A., Successor by merger
to WELLS FARO HOME
MORTGAGE, INC.

Plaintiff,

v.

CHRISTOPHER NELSON
a/k/a CHRISTOPHER J.
NELSON;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
CHRISTOPHER NELSON
a/k/a CHRISTOPHER J.
NELSON; and all unknown
parties claiming by,
through, under or against
the herein named
Defendants, who are not
known to be dead or alive,
whether said unknown par-
ties claim . as heirs,
devisees, . grantees,


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assignees, lienors, credi-
tors, trustees, spouses, or
other claimants; TENANT
#1 and/or TENANT #2, the
parties intended,to account
for the person or persons in
possession; CITIFINAN-
CIAL EQUITY SERVICES,
INC.; CHASE BANK USA,
N.A. f/k/a CHASE MAN-
HATTAN BANK USA,
N.A,.; CITIBANK (SOUTH
DAKOTA), N.A.

Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: __, UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF CHRISTO-
PHER NELSON,. A/K/A
CHRISTOPHER J. NEL-
SON -ran.B vi1 un i'row ,par-
i.e- is.'..rg oy irrougn,
under or against the above
named Defendant, who is
not known to be dead or
alive, whether said
urr,,.n pan.-" claim as
he a.-', oa - y:K ,'antees,
S":g'-e i'e'r.,.rs, credi-
i.r : iu.-ice . spouses, or
-
.'.the r clj fT,a'-Il:

Current Residence.
Unknown, but whose last.
known address was:
4270 Magnolia Oaks
Street, Pace, FL 32571

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
arn ,aiso:,r. I... .:.rc :se a
rrm.ny,3 ge . r, ir,- c ,ii ng
prop-,T rS. AINTA RC',A
Counr./, FlCr.,a Io 'W.';:-

THE WEST 150.00 FEET
OF THE EAST 300.00
FEET OF LOT 5, BLOCK
54. FLORIDATOWN AND
ADDITION. BEING A SUB-
DIVISION OF A PORTION
OF SECTION 23. TOWN-
SHIP 1 NORTH, RANGE
29 WEST, SANTA ROSA
COUNTY. FLORIDA.
ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK A, PAGE 94, PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF SAID
COUNTY.

"a: 'een liled a-a.,a-i.l ,.u
rnd you a .' iqu.r9 1,
-er. a . :c p., .:,i ,.ur w'inen
S"eler.,-. 1i an, wI .1 on
DOUGLAS C. ZAHM, PA.,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose'
adore; ." 18c30' U.S.
H.gne.ay s9 rc.nr, Suite
300,' Clearwater, Florida
33764, on or before
January 16, 2007 or within
thirty .(30) days after the
fIri pul:bt;al:.,n of this
rT i,,' C * t.:i.r.r. and file
irie r.q1.rnai r.n me Clerk
of this Court at P.O. Box
472 Milton, FL 32572,
eitr.- l rc-T.e ; a.c or, ,
Plainln an.r.'ry ur .rrni m
j.ii, Ire tern r other-
, 1._- d laull i i be
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WiTljESS ,riy r.ano aria
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O ", ,:' O-.:-.n'ltr r _u." ,J

Mary M. Johnson
Clerk of the Circuit Court
CIRCUIT liRT SEAL
B, Brae er. .r,,i:
Deputy Clerk

122006

12/1036

Notice of Sale

Pursu:i'li ti. "S-ureclior.
.lI L 'iL lule 713 76
D.:.rar. C=.i:z. as author-
.ze. , T.11 ipe,:UllSl for
Ti.gr Fcr.ir. Pa., iana Boy.
.:1 *:ar .,i H,:. County, will
s i i,:, ir., r,.ar.e i 1Diader for
(ar, i, ro .ana . eclur to
' r., Hier.,: ar encum-
or3r.,C- Ih. l..IIing vMehi-
:1 , 1 20 1 i 1PM. al
10.4 E Tj.r. Mole Ra
P.ri,, .31 FL .;'.534
1990 - Ford
\VinTiF CP 2 ..0rLF 14883

Vehicle may be inspected 1
wlO', l:.';,.r al. l;-",:,r ra,:l;li
'3 : ii 'Su BleoAez P y.
Gull B'r-2c IL e::.63

.122006
122006
12/1037

Notice of Sale

Pu.iuanim io Subsection 5
or FL Siul�e 713.78,
Donna Caiazzo,;as author-
ized Title Specialist for
Hughes Paint & Body, of
Santa Rosa County, will
sell to the highest bidder for
cash in hand, subject to
any liens and encum-
brances the following vehi-
cle on 1/10/07 at 1 PM, at
104 E. Nine Mile Rd.,
Pensacola, FL 32534:
1) 1987 Ford
VIN#1 FMCU12TXHUA994
25
Vehicle may be inspected 1
week prior, at lienor facility:
6445 Old Highway 90
West, Milton, FL 32570

122006
122006
12/1038


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to be placed on the crosses at
the Memorial of the fallen mil-
itary men and women who
have lost their lives in the Iraq
and Afganistan War from 2003
to June 2006.
The memorial is at the cor-
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Drive) and Magnolia Street. If
you have not seen this memori-
al, do drop by and it will help
you see the magnitude of the
men and women who have paid
the ultimate price for freedom.
The size of bows needed are 6 .
to 10 inches. Please drop off all
donations at the Milton First
Assembly. of God, 6163
Dogwood'Dr., in Milton, FL.
Special Christmas Eve services
Pace Presbyterian will be celebrating the birth of Jesus on
Christmas Eve with two services - Sunda\. December 24 at 10:30
a.m. for a service of'Lessons and Carols and at 6:30 p.m. with a
worship service filled with inspiring x\ord and music. Please join
us; there is room for everyone.
Drive through Allentown!
This event began 9 years ago \A ith a group of friends and fam-
ily who sat around the kitchen table. Please take the time to come
to Allentown to enjoy the lights of which this \ear there are in
excess of 250,000; The Wishing \\ell is placed near the sign-in
book. The exhibit is free, but we do accept donations for charitN.
Money collected in the past has gone to need1 famibes. and \ari-
ous charities. Last year donations v\ere divided between a local
church youth group and Relay for Life. Please be kind to the
neighbors that allow us this opportunity each year. Direction are:
Turn north onto 87 from H\\.. 90. turn north onto 89 at Point
Baker, go about 5 miles to Forest Hills Lane. Turn east onto Forest
Hills and follow the pavement. The time for this display\ is from
dark to 9 p.m. It will be closed in case of rain. The last night of this
display is January 1. 2007. Come on out!


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Inc., intends to meet their
expectations. The 12th Annual
Christmas "Save Our Children"
Report Card Rally will kick off!
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ages 6 to 16 to come out for this
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Permission slip locations for
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Services Center, Pic-N-Saye
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Bakery, Milton Housing and.
Glorious Image Hair Salon;
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As ...a weekly column answering your ques-
tions with Biblical answers about life.
Dear Pastor Gallups, "When was Jesus really born and why
do we use December the 25th as the da\ of celebrating the birth
of Christ?" L.L. - Pace
Dear L.L., No, December 25this not the birth date of our
Sa\ ior. How do we know this?
First, the Bible says that there were shepherds abiding in
the fields with their sheep. Israel is approximately on the same
latitude as North West Florida. It has about the same weather
that we have except in the high mountain regions of Israel where
it is even colder than here. In December in Israel -,there was no
green grass for sheep grazing and it was too cold for shepherds
,to be in the fields. It is an. historical fact that the grazing season
for the sheep was (and still is) from early spring to middle fall.
Secondly, we know very. closely the actual time period in which
Jesus was bornm because the BIBLE TELLS US! The answer is
found in Luke 1:26 and following.
The angel "came" tio Mary in the sixth month of the
Hebrew calendar. This ,xould be roughly equivalent to our
September or October. Nine months later would be roughly
equivalent to our May or June. This would have put Jesus' birth
right in the middle of peak grazing season for the sheep and per-
feet weather for the shepherds to be camping out with their
flocks. The December 25th date appears to have its earliest roots
in the first century Christian church that was made up primarily
of Jews for the longest time. They w would ha\ e remembered the
December 25th date of the cleansing of the temple with oil
lamps (Hanukah). Since they knew that when Jesus was born
the "'true light" had come into the world and to His temple...it
makes sense that this would be an appropriate day to celebrate.
Several hundred years, later, the Roman Emperor
Constantine declared it the "official date" of the birth of Christ.
This is why the mistake is often made today that somehow
Christmas is associated with pagan Rome or the Roman
Catholic Church. That simply is not the historical truth of the
matter. I hoped this has helped you - and may you have: a
blessed Christ-Mass (The celebration of the coming of the
Christ!)
Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in.Milton. He has a Bachelor of
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The Santa Rosa Press Gazette
Christmas in Santa Rosa


The long dark trail between Milton and jay on Highway 89 is brightly lit by this house, located on the right as you head into jay. Passersby can be found slowing to enjoy the view as they go about their busy hol-
iday schedules. This is one of several holiday displays Santa Rosans can enjoy if they drive around the county this holiday season.


The Milton Police Department has a nice surprise for several young people as they conducted a traffic
stop on Henry Street this past Thursday as officer handed out stuffed animals to young people. (Above)
Officer Don Ferguson is seen giving a Elmo to two-year-old Ryan Nance.(To the left) Sgt. Jim Barnes is
seen handing a stuffed toy to a young person after he stopped the car they were riding in at the driver
license check point. Barnes stated the check points are not for the purpose of writing tickets, but to
ensure everyone is licensed and driving legally. Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin


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Williams Art in Detail


There was a time in history
when children were not revered
like they are now. .
No one bought them video
games to keep them busy, ran
them through the fast food
drive-thru for food, or catered
to their every need.
I listened to my dad and
mrom. There was no question.
There was no back talk. No one
entertained me. I entertained
myself. If I got a ride some-
where, I was lucky. If I needed
something, I asked and I wait-
ed. I did not ask again.
Those were the good ole'
days.
Which makes me remem-
ber a book I read once called
"The Good Ole' Days-they
were terrible." In this book, it,
'described how children' were
used to man-the farm, and help
around the house with the
water-carrying, bread-baking
and washing of the clothes in
the river on a rock.
Female children were mar-
ried-off and young male chil-
dren made to work like grown
men.
I'm not feeling those
extremes are a good idea, but
I'm also not sure about the way
things are today.
I ran out of gas this after-
noon.
I had to walk to a gas sta-
tion, buy a small gas can and
walk back to my car.
I totally blame.my children.
One of them didn't tell me
they didn't need a ride home
from school, so I made two use-
less trips, looking for them. Gas
tank was on empty. Money was
at the bank.
The other one got locked
out of the house, even though
his sibling was in the house and
he didn't knock hard enough for
the sibling to hear him...
Did I mention the sibling in
'the house was the one who was
supposed to be at the school?
I needed to get to the bank,
gets some money and then get
gas.
I knew these were impor-
tant tasks to accomplish, I knew
the consequences if I didn't.
But I was concerned about one
child-missing from school
pickup and my other child-
locked out of the house and
sending me text messages ask-
ing me to rescue him.
So I looked at the E on my
gas gauge, told myself it would
be fine, and headed to the
stranded child.
I ended up at the house,
finding the front door open and
both children there-one irritat-
ed because I didn't know he/she
wasn't at the school, the other
asking me to come back
because he needed a ride some-
where in an hour.
I left, went to the bank, and
ran out of gas as I left the bank
property. Right on Dogwood
Drive. I managed to get the car
started and was coasting pretty
well until someone stopped the
flow by turning in front of me.
The car died and I pulled
into a parking lot at a church.
This is the part where I walked
to the gas station, bought a gas
can, bought a gallon and
walked back.
And the entire time I'm
walking, I'm wondering how
my kids would look pulling a
plow.
Ahh...the good ole' days.

Story written by Lynne
Hough. Reach her at:
hough@sr-pg.com


picked up her artist brush, after
a hiatus of several years, in
1996 when she worked on a
mural at Liberty College with a
college.
. She created her son John-
John's log cabin mountain"
scene betv.een 2000-01, while
nursing, an infant and taking
care of a small child and a tod-
dler. The room is a 360 degree
scene of a log cabin in the'
mountains, vividly painted with'
a \ariet\ of colors. blues, vio-
let. greens, and the lake scene is
intensely designed make. her
son feel as if he were there.
Having never seen a moun-.
tain range, she picked up photo-
graphs of different mountain
scenes and various books of
Minnesota.
Scraping the ceiling of
John-John's room was tl\inC.
says Williams. becaUiie she
couldn't do it all at once.
"Between getting John-
John to bed and nursing my
youngest Elaina, I would spray
a small section with water,
come back later while it "bub-
bled up" and scrape it down. TI
could only.scrape a 3x3 section'
'at a time," VWilhams e\pl.iin-
To pay for her an tiipplie..
Williams has a re-idential
cleaning service she's operated
for the past 15 years. Lately,
Williams was eicoura.ged by
interest in -her . work' by
Magnolia, Pearls. Antiques in
Fiirhope, Alabama. She's trav-
eled to the business and com-
pleted a large mural arid has
taken othei p.iinring lob for the
owner, Mar) Bouigeou...
The Williams -prvate mas-
ter suite holds a prayer closet,
complete with scripture writing
on the walls, etched in gold.
"I remembered about
Moses and the children of
Israel. When they were in the
desert, they would .set up an
altar to remember what God
delivered them from," explains
Williams, "The Bible says to
remind yourself of His promis-
es. It's my prayer closet."
Williams best describes her
home as inspiration of the mis-
sion work she and her family.
will continue to do and as a
reminder to trust God through
every situation in life.


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


Ask.M ll


By Molly Parsons
Press Gazette
Advice Columnist


Dear Molly:
I've read your column
before and I wanted to ask you
how to handle my problem.
I'm a senior in high school and
I am in love. I have been crush-
ing on this boy for quite some
time. I'm scared though,
because I haven't had good luck
with boys before.
My last relationship ended
in total heartbreak. Should I
tell him how I feel, or should I
just stay hidden?
Crushing

Dear Crush
Unless his social skills


aren't up to par, he more than
likely knows. It is very difficult
for teens to keep their feelings
at bay.
As my mother told me,
keep your cool around boys-
by doing so you convey not
only confidence, but also intel-
ligence. When you come in
contact with the young man,
make sure you have something
to talk about other than your-
self.
If he does find out about
your "crush," remember it isn't
everyday someone finds out
they are loved; and in doing so
it is a pleasant experience.
Keep me posted.

Dear Readers:
Christmas is upon us:
We here at the Santa Rosa Press


Gazette wish you the merriest
of Christmas!
Some Christmas sug-
gestions from staff: sing some
carols, drink hot chocolate,
unwrap gifts with some assem-
bly required without losing
your temper, sprinkle Santa
glitter across your living room
floor and worry about the vacu-
um later, drink lots of eggnog,
stay in your pajamas and only
eat sweets all day, take a
Christmas dinner to a neighbor
without family, make cinnamon
rolls for breakfast, go to a mid-
night Christmas Eve service,
schedule a last minute cruise to
get out of town, play bingo,
schedule a family sleep over in
front of the fireplace and tell
stories, travel out of state to see
family.


Whatever you chose to
do this Weekend, may it be a
blessing- to you and yours.
Merry Christmas.

'If you have questions
for Molly, don't hesitate to con-
tact her at Ask Molly, The Santa
Rosa Press Gazette Elva
Street, Milton, FL 32570 or
email her at news@sr-pg.com;
Attn: Molly.


Story written by Molly
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Chief

Greetings All!
Just got this information
about a voluntary survey being
conducted regarding health
care, satisfaction, employment,
etc. Read on for further infor-
mation!
SURVEYS OF DIS-
ABLED VETERANS AND
SURVIVORS SCHEDULED
TO BEGIN (Veterans'
Disability Benefits Commission
November 2006 Washington,
DC) The Veterans' Disability
Benefits Commission is con-
ducting a special survey of dis-
abled veterans and a separate
survey of survivors during the
months of November 2006
through April 2007. The pur-
pose of these surveys' is to
ensure that a nationally repre-
sentative sample of both groups
is given the opportunity to share
their views and experiences
with the Commission and
Congress.
The surveys are being car-
ried out by telephone interviews
by ORC Macro, an independent
research company that conducts
surveys for the government and
the private sector. Participants
are contacted first in writing,
followed by a phone call' to
either conduct the .survey or
arrange a more convenient time
to talk. In some instances, par-
ticipants may simply receive a
phone call.
Here's something else
interesting for veterans.
Looking for something to
do in your spare time? How
about volunteer work and help-
ing veterans at the same time? I
recently received this article,
which seems like a great way to
help out each other!
VOLUNTEER DRIVERS
NEEDED: (from www.va.gov)


More than 9,000 volunteers
drive veterans to their VA med-
ical center and clinic appoint-
ments as part of the Disabled
American Veterans (DAV)
Volunteer Transportation
Network (VTN). Additional
volunteer drivers are needed to
sustain the program of provid-
ing free rides to veterans. The
volunteer driver corps is aging
and younger volunteers are
needed to continue this vital
service at all VA medical cen-
ters, according to Edward E.'
Hartman, DAV's National
Director of Voluntary Services.
Veterans who utilize VTN are
typically too ill to drive them-
selves, do not have- family
members around to drive them
'to their appointments, or have
no other means of Lransp,-rai-
tion.


Volunteers interested in
becoming drivers must pass a
physical examination and'
health screening administered'.
at a VA Medical Center. Once,
determined physically fit to
safely transport passengers,
volunteers must show prdof of a'
safe driving record, a valid dri-
ver's license, and current motor-
vehicle bodily-injury liability
and property damage, and be'-
willing to attend training. Those
interested- should - contact.
Pensacola Clinic DAV-
Voluntary Services: Dean.
Chestnutt at 850-471-7676.
Thanks to all of you that
volunteer your time and servic-'
es to help others in need!
Ole Chief is a regular column
in the Press Gazette


Wednesday-December 20, 2006


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Wednesday-December 20, 2006 zThe Santa Rosa Press Gazette Page 3-B

Military Briefs


Pfc Haynes returns
to U.S. from Iraq
Army Pfc. Jason B. Haynes
has returned to Fort Hood,
Killeen, Texas, after being
deployed to Iraq in support of
Operation Iraqi Freedom and
was decorated with the Army
Commendation Medal. The
medal is awarded to individuals
who, while serving in any
capacity with the Army, have
distinguished themselves by
acts of heroism, meritorious
achievement or meritorious
service.
In Iraq, the soldier
served as a member of the Fires
Brigade, 4th Infantry Division
(Mechanized) headquartered at
Camp Liberty. Soldiers from
Fort Hood's 4th Infantry
Division assigned to various
battalions performed duties at
several camps and forward
operating bases in Iraq. The sol-
diers' actions, dedication, pro-
fessionalism and selfless serv-
ice contributed to the successful
accomplishment of battalion
missions assigned to the Fires
Brigade.
Operation Iraqi Freedom
is the official name given to
military operations involving
members of the U.S. armed
forces and coalition forces par-
ticipating in efforts to free and
secure Iraq. Mission objectives
focus on force protection,
peacekeeping, stabilization,
security and counter-insurgency
operations as, the Iraqi transi-
tional governing bodies assume
full sovereign powers to govern
the peoples of Iraq.
Members from all
branches of the U.S. military
and multinational forces are
also assisting in rebuilding
Iraq's economic and govern-
mental infrastructure, and train-
ing and preparing Iraqi military
and security forces to assume
full authority and responsibility
Sin defending and preserving
Iraq's sovereignty and inde-
pendence as a democracy. :
Haynes, a multiple
launch rocket system repairer,
is assigned to the 67th Forward
Support Company. He has
served in the military for four


years.
The private is the son of
William M. Haynes of Gulf
Breeze, Fla.

Jacob Mann joins
United States Army
Jacob E. Mann has joined
the United States Army under
the Delayed Entry Program.
The program gives young men
and women the opportunity to
delay entering active duty for
up to one year.
The enlistment gives the
new soldier the option to learn a
new skill, travel and become
eligible to receive as much as
$50,000 toward a college edu-
cation. After completion of
basic military training, soldiers
receive . advanced individual
training in their career job spe-
cialty prior to being assigned to
their first permanent duty sta-
tion.
The recruit qualifies -for a
$15,000 enlistment bonus.
Mann has reported to Fort
Sill, Lawton, OK, for basic
training.
He is the son of KeIl\ S.
Mann of Grandview Drive, and
Gene Mann of Dunmire St.,
both of Milton, FL.

Jeffery McIntosh
graduates training
Air Force Airman Jeffery
D. McIntosh has graduated
from basic military r.iining at
Lackland Air Force Base; San
Antonio, Texas.
During the six weeks of
training, the airman studied the
Air Force mission, organza-
tion; and military customs and
courtesies; performed drill and
ceremony marches, o and
received physical training, rifle
marksmanship, fieldtraining
e\erci'ses, and special training
in human relations.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training, earn
credits toward an associate
degree through the Community
College of the Air Force.
He is the son of Charles
McIntosh of Saints Lane,,
Milton, Fla., and Melodee
Mcorrmick of Garden Oaks,
Austin, Texas.


McIntosh is a 2006 grad-
uate of Santa Rosa Adult High
School, Milton.

Leverton finishes AF
basic training
Air Force Airman Kristyn J.
Leverton has graduated from
basic military training at
Lackland Air Force Base, San
Antonio, Texas.
During the six weeks of
training, the airman studied the.
Air Force mission, organiza-
tion, and military customs and
courtesies; performed drill and
ceremony marches, and
received physical training, rifle
marksmanship, field- training
exercises, and special training
in human relations.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training earn
credits toward an associate
degree through the Community
College of the Air Force.
She is the daughter of
Robyn Leverton of Berry Brook
Circle, Pace, Fla.
The airman is a 2005
graduate of a high -school pro-
gram at Santa Rosa Adult
School, Milton, Fla.

McHenry finishes
Army basic training
Army Pfc. Edward M.
McHenry Jr. has graduated
from basic combat training at
Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.
During die nine wxeeks 'of
training, the soldier studied the
Army mission, history, tradition
and core values, physical fit-
ness, and received, instruction
and practice in basic combat
skills, military weapons, chem-
ical warfare and bayonet train-
ing, drill and ceremony, march-
ing, rifle marksmanship, armed
and unarmed combat, map
reading, field tactics, military
courtesy, military justice sys-
tem, basic first aid, foot march-
es, and field training exercises.
He is the son of Edward
McHenry Sr. of Players Place,
Milton, FL.
McHenry graduated in
1998 from Pensacola Christian
Academy, FL, and received an
associate degree in 2002 from
Pensacola Junior College.


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Bufford, Stanford plan Dec. 30 joining


Mr. and Mrs. Harold R.
Bufford of Winston, GA
announces the upcoming mar-
riage of their daughter, Brandy
Elizabeth Bufford to Nathaniel
Gregory Stanford, son of Rev.
and Mrs. Gregory M. Stanford
of Douglasville, GA.
The bride elect is the
granddaughter of the late Mrs.
Mae Guillebeau and the late
Mr. Allen Guillebeau of
Lincolnton, GA and Mrs.
Matilda Bufford and the late
Mr. William Bufford, of
Lincolnton, GA.
Brandy is a graduate of
Alexander High School. She
will graduate from New
Orleans Baptist Theological
Seminary in December 2007.
Currently, she is working at the
Family Christian Bookstore in
Douglasville.


The prospective bride-
groom is the grandson of Mr..
Charles (Wink) and Mrs. Fay
Robbins of Cantonment, FL
and Mrs. Pauline Stanford and
the late Mr. Mansol Stanford of
Milton, FL.
Nathan is a graduate of
Alexander High School and
Berry College. He is currently a
student at the New Orleans
Baptist Theological Seminary
and working on campus as a
media specialist.
The couple will be mar-
ried at 3 p.m. on December 30
at Dorsett Shoals Baptist
Church in Douglasville, GA. A
reception will follow in the
church's Fellowship Hall., All
family and friends are invited.
The couple will reside in
New Orleans, LA.


Nathaniel Gregory Standford and Brandy Elizabeth Bufford will wed
on December 30.


Baileys celebrate 60 years together


On December 23, 1946 in
Brewton, AL, Margaret Parker
and Willie Bailey took their
vows of marriage.
Here they are 60 years later,
their vows are still precious to
them. Their union has remained
intact because of a deep respect
and love for each other and for
Christ most of all.
Making their home in
Milton, the. Baileys have been


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active in their professions and
personal lives.
After 32 years, Mr. Bailey
retired from Civil Service with
NAS Pensacola. Mrs. Bailey is
a retired employee of Weekly's
Pharmacy in Milton. She has
worked with the Santa Rosa
County Supervisor of
Election's Office for the past 40
years at Precinct #9 (Ward
Basin Rd.), as an inspector and
Clerk.
The couple has a long-
standing membership at St.
John Divine Baptist Church in
Milton. Mr., Bailey serves as a
Deacon and Trustee. Mrs.
Bailey is a member of the
Senior Usher Board, Senior
Choir and is involved in numer-
ous auxiliaries.
On December 23, 2006
their 60th Wedding Anniversary
Celebration will be well spent
with family and friends.


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Silvia and Royce Peaden will celebrate 50 years of togetherness on
December 30.

Peadens to mark 50 years


Royce and Silvia Peaden
will celebrate 50 together on
Saturday, the 30th day of
December, 2006 at 1 p.m. at the
Pace Assembly of God, 3948
Highway 90, in Pace,
Their children and grand-
children request the pleasure of
your company at the reception.
Their children are Royce


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Kevin (Kim), Vonda (Paul),
Wesley (Rebecca). They have
15 grandchildren.
They were married
December 29, 1956 in Milton,>
FL at the First Assembly of;
God. Reverend John Sandifer-:
performed the ceremony.
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Marathon's early
deadline is Dec. 31
You ha' e until Dec. 31 to
take advantage of the early
registration for the
Pensacola Marathon arid
Half Marathon set for Feb.
18.
Fees until Dec. 31 will
be $45 for the marathon and
$35 for the half marathon.
For more information go
to www.pensacolamarathon.
com.
Roller hockey league
sign ups for winter
Youth roller hockey sign-
ups are currently underway at
Skateland on Stewart Street in
Milton.
New players are welcome,
but please be reminded that
space for the upcoming season
is limited.
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 youth soccer
program on Jan. 13 from 9 a.m.
to 2 p.m.
Registration will be held
every Saturday until Feb. 17.
Fees for'the program are $45
for U6 (co- cd'1. $50 fu.i US bo\ s
and U8 girls. $55 tor L 10 bo hs
and U10 girls, $60 for Li 12
boys and U12 girls, and $65 for
U14 and up boys 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 994-851i0.
East Milton begins
baseball registrations
East Milton Youth
Association will hold its base-
ball and softball registration in
.December for the upcoming
season.
.Registration will be every
Saturday,. except Christmas
weekend, from 10 a.m. to 3
p.m. and on Saturday and
Sunday in January.
Divisions , will be T-ball.
youth baseball, and girls soft-
ball.
Parents will need to bring
their child's birth certificate to
registration.
- Fees this year " ill 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.


Bourbon


Street bound



look for first bowl win Friday
Sun Bell Conference football Valle) Football Classic, the Player ' of the Year and
championship. which earned other bowl appearance occurred Offensive Player of the Year
them the berth in the New back in the 1948 Paper Bowl Omar Haugabook at quarter-
Orleans Bowl to play the Rice held at Pensacola High School back as well as first team
Owls, w~ho are making their against Jacksonville State. defense Sun Belt Conference
first bo wl appearance since History is currently against honoree Condren. who is a sen-
1961. the Trojans (7-5,1 as the Sun ior defensive back.
Now the Trojans. which Belt Conference Champion has Both teams share two com-
feature pla er of local interest 1-4 record in thib game, with mon opponents as both teams
like AnthonN Jones i Pace i. John three of the four losses coming have lost to Florida State, while
Mark Patrick iPacei. and from Conference LISA oppo- the OIls were able to defeated
Brannon Condren (Tatei, will nents. ULAB 34-33.
look to get their first bowl \\in Rice 17-5i. who is from In the Florida State game
in school history since mo ing Conference USA., on sex en of the Seminoles needed a late.
to Di ision I three sears ago. their last eight games and fea- touchdown to defeat Troy 24-:
Their first bowl appearance tures Walter Camp All- 1.7, while they decimated the
since mo ing to Di vision I American honoree Jarett Owls two week later 55-7.
came in 2004 when the. faced Dillard. Of the Trojans five losses
Northern Illinois in the Silicon Troy features Sun, Belt ce, TROY. Pg. 3!



Panthers
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demolish




Rickards


U Patriots' rally cones

up just short Saturday


Aaron Munoz is seen driving to the basket Saturday against Walton County in the final game of the Santa
Rosa Shootout at Milton High School.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


By BILL GAMBLIN
PG Sports Editor
The Santa Rosa Shootout
lived up to its name on
Saturday.
Milton walked all over
Tallahassee Rickards in the fea-
ture game 65-38, but the big
game was the final game where
\Valton County had to fight off
Pace with all they had.
After falling behind by as
many as 18 points during the
game, the Patriots (1-7) came
back to tie the game at-70 w' ith
47 seconds remaining when
Justin Wright drained a three-
pointer from the w ing.
But Walton answered the
charge by outscoring Pace 7-2
down the stretch to win 77-72.
"We were down by 18 and'
showed a lot of character to
come back and tie the game,"
said Pace head coach Jim
Sessions. "I am very proud of
the guys and the effort they
gave."
Starting the second quarter
down by one the Patriots .saw
Walton charge ahead by 11 at,
halftime as the) were outscored
21-11.
And it looked like more of
the same after the break until
Pace started pressuring the ball.
"They jumped out early and


then we started pressuring the
ball in the second half." said
Session. "That is when we
made the charge back.
'"I thought the guys moved
the ball and held it for the first
good shot they could get.
S"In the end we got an open
' look, butit just %wouldn't fall
Wright led Pace with 18
points on the night, \ while four
Patriots found double digits.
Sean Cassell \,\s next with
15 points followed b\ R\an
Hanks 12. and Aaron lMunoz
rounded out the scoring with
10.
On Friday Pace dropped a
48-40 decision to Malone.
In the second half the
Patriots saw their five-point
advantage disappear in the third
quarter as the% were outscored
18-9.
Cassell was the only Pace
player to reach double figures
with a game higl 19 points.
Milton , showed their
improving and learning their
roles on the team Las they dis-
mantled Rickards in the fea-
tured game Saturday 65-38.
After jumping out to a 16-9
lead after the first quarter many
thought the game was over.
But Rickards fought back
See. PREPS. Pg. 4C


Seibert is set to fly


SPelicans introduce their new manager


By BILL GAMNBLIN
PG Sports Editor
For Pensacola Pelicans
manager Mac Seibert there is
no place like home and when he
was introduced on Friday the
former Tate High standout
proved just that.
Seibert accepted the
Pelicans job and at the same
time shunned a job from the
New York Mets, but it wasn't
very easy.
"It wasn't just us interview -
ing Mac," said Pelicans ov.ner
Quint Studer, who admitted he
fired himself from the hiring of


a manager. "But he %\as inter-
\iew ing us.
"W\\e had to prote to Mac
that we were serious about
baseball and committed to the
team and the community."
Seibert felt that \wa. and
accepted the post after most
recently\ serve ing as the National
Director of Scouting for the
Tampa Ba\ Devil Ra s.
"Before mi feet hit the
floor this morning I titanked
God for the chance to be the
manager of the Pelicans." s'aid
Seibert, \ho a.s also worked for
the Atlanta Bra\es and Arizona


Diamondbacks "And we .ill
bring a model organization to
the field."
Just as any manager will
emphasize things such as team-
work. perpetration, and hustle.
Seibert \will stress to his tean
this upcoming season to
remember w here theN came
Sec. PELICANS. Pc. 3.
New Pelicans skipper Mac
Seibert talks to the fans of the
Pensacola Pelicans after being
introduced at a press confer-
ence on Friday.
Press Gazette photo
by Bill Gamblin


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The members of the East Squad special teams try to block the extra point in overtime to preserve the chance to win the third annual Pensacola High School All-Star football game held at Pace High School Friday.
The West defeated the East in overtime 10-9 in what was an exciting defensive battle for the 4,500 fans in attendance. Jay, Milton, and Pace were represented by 15 players in total on the East Squad Roster.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Al l-Star'battle


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at


Pace


Here are just a few of the sights that occurred during Friday's game,
which was an opportunity for area seniors to showcase their talents
one final time in hopes of furthering their football playing careers.


Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin


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Wednesday, December 20, 2006


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Wednesday. December 20, 2006


Page 3-C


Sports



Excuses are not always



going to last in sports


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
Have you ever had your
words come back to bite you?
This week I will and never
in my wildest dreams did I
tiink it would come to fruition.
When I became the sports
editor of the Press Gazette, I
decided one way of keeping
mv\ self out of the age old argu-
nment in Santa Rosa County of
o+e team being favored by the-
gaper over another was a little
Christmas gift from my mother.
My first line of defense has
been I am not from here, so
vwhy do I care.
Being a Kentucky boy I
figured that would work, but its
success has been very limited.
So in trying ,to distance
rhyself even further from the
constant argument was a clock
that hung on my wall for sever-
agl months.
' The clock had a maroon
'M' on it and referred to the
school that some say gave me
rhy diploma to get me the heck
out of dodge, Madisonville-
North Hopkins.
Sports wise we have a
small piece of history to be
proud of thanks to the likes of
former Boston Celtic Frank
Ramsey, former SEC running
back Sonny Collins, and a kid I
went, to school with named
Travis Ford, who is now coach-
ing at. the University of
Massachusetts.
But I would use the clock
for something more than just
telling what time it was and
judging how my wife would
react when I got home.
Just a few days on the job
and it came in handy.
A parent was ready to read
ine the riot act because they
felt I favored one school in our
c.o\erjac area more than
another.
SI, calmly leaned b:inL and
pointed to the clock on my
Vall, which read Madisonville-
�forth Hopkins, and said that is
the school that I am loyal to.
, Yes I will admit I am a
vlIaroon.
^ Why a Maroon?
' When they created this
school I guess someone from
Haight-Ashbury had
enduldged too much from the
Right before and .decided
Madisonville Maroons had a
ttice ring to it.
� Thinking about it now I am
glad we weren't named the
Iadisonville. Mauves or


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V


Magentas for goodness sake.
Never in my wildest
dreams did I think I would
come to regret those words
until this week.
Why do I regret it?
Milton High School is
traveling up to my old stomp-
�ing grounds of Western,
Kentucky.
Yes the area where t
learned about hunting, fishing,
and sports.
They will even be playing
in the same gym I worked as a
free-lancer ., covering the
Muhlenberg North Stars back
when they had a scrappy guard
by the name of Patrick Sparks.
But the worse part to me is
on day two of this three-day
round-robin tournament the
Panthers will be playing iny
old school.
The basketball coach at
Madisonville, James Davis,
was one of the two teachers in
my gym class.
Jim Martin, who was back
then my physical education
teacher of record, is now the
principal of my old school.
As I think back to Milton
facing the Maroons I remem-
ber the hey days of the basket-
ball program when \ e made it
to the Final Four of Kentuck' \
s,.eet 16 :,t Rupp Arena in
1984. " . '- . ... .
I even spent byi
Lexington for that tournament,
but our second loss of the sea-
son came Saturday morning in
the semi-finals to a little
school known as Lpgan
County and their star player by
the last name of Tisdale.
Basketball is bigger than
football in the region if you
can imagine and as I talk to
my friends back home the
question everybody asks is;
tell us about this Adam Allen
kid?
My reply is he has a better
three-point shot than Rex
Chapman and can leap out of


the building better than Chris
Bowels.
Chapman I am sure many
SEC fans remember from his
days during the turmoil at
Kentucky, -while Bowels, a
past Division. II player of the
year at Southern Indiana
under the direction of current
University of Tennessee head
coach Bruce Pearl.
*I was told once by my
father if you are not where
you are then you are no where..
Well I have been in Santa
Rosa County since 2002 and
have definitely made this my
home.
Kentucky is where I got
my start and I have written
several stories about
Madisonville-North,
Muhlenberg North.
Heck I can tell you I
earned my grey hair watching
Steve Sparks' son Patrick play
basketball before he signed
with Western Kentucky and
later transferred to the
University of Kentucky.,
I know how big the games
will be this weekend in
Greenville.
Basketball is not just a
sport to pass the time while
you wait for the next football
season, not in Kentucky.
Basketball in Kentucky is'
life.
I am riot going to lie my
friends are giving me grief
because they can tell I am torn
between my old school and a
school representing the place I
call home.
It was funny, but as I
talked to friends the more they
could tell I have lost that
Maroon spirit in my blood
I tried to explain it off as
being a sports editor and get-
ting to the point of where I
co\ei the anmes..
BuL I v Ion tlie: I det e\cit-
ed h hen it is Central' Jay,
Mi lion,or 1 aice in action.
The only time I have to
bite my tongue, usually until it
bleeds is when two of these
teams face off.
I will find my clock amid
.everything here in my office
one day and will probably put
it up again in hopes of fending
off another challenge.
But for three days as the
Panthers are in Kentucky my
heart and mind will cheer for
Santa Rosa County...Go
Milton!
Story written by
Bill Gamblin. Reach him
at sports@srpressgazette.com


Pelicans


Continued From Page One
from.
Seibert did just that as well
as he introduced and named his
former coaches such as Bill
Dunston (t-ball), Bob'Lee (little
league), Roger Parker, and
Floyd Adams to name a few.
"As a player it is important
to remember where you came
from," said Seibert. "When you,
do that you are thankful for
where you are today and will
Sork hard to continue what you
started'.
"That is where we are
now."
Currently the Pelicans' are
looking at returning 15 to' 16'
players from last season's
squad. %\hjich finished the year
at 39-57,o erall.
"Right now I am looking at
talking to the guys and evaluat-
ing what we have," ; said
Seiben. "We: have a roster size
limit of 22 plavern sQ � ..,.0
close to that ahlicid
". " will also be lQokin4,t.:
putting together mn coaching
staff and hiring good people
there for the Pelicans."
The Pensacola native is
bringing more than 17 years
experience in the baseball,
which includes playing, coach-
ing, and scouting.
Previously Seibert was with
the Baseball Factory as the vice
president and executive director
of Team One Baseball.
Seibert replaces Kash
Beauchamp, who left the
Pelicans to accept the position
of Vice President and Director
of Baseball Operations of the


South Coast Independent
Baseball League.
The league office is head-
quartered in Conyers, Ga.,
which will put the Oklahoma
native closer to his family that
currently resides in Georgia.
"I had been talking to Mac
for three years," said Pelicans
General Manager Talmadge
NUnnari. \\ho was one of the
original Pelican players back in
2002. "'\e were in a very good
position and the timing was
ri ht." '
When the job as the
Pelicans skipper came open
there were several interested,
but Nunnari wantedd to find the
right person and fit for the team
and community .
I. "I guess we received 20 to
30 e-mails and phone calls
\%hen- the job first came open,"
said Nunnari. "-But we wanted
to find the right person and
were not in a hurry to fill the
position
"-lac and I began talking,
back in October to see how seri-
ous he was and this is a.good fit
for the community and team as
well.
The Pelicans are coming off
one of their best seasons atten-
dance wise as they set the single
game attendance mark on two
separate occasions and drew
8,000 more than they did in the
previous season.
During the season
Pensacola had the pitching, but
would suffer from a lack of hit-
ting or a defensive breakdown
here or there during a key
moment of the game.


Seibert hopes to have his
management staff in place in
seven to 10 days, but the
biggest thing for him is getting
the organization back as they
missed the postseason for the
first time in the organizations
five year history.
"Anytime there is a change
there is an adjustment period,"
said Seibert. "You build any
team.with pitching, defense,
and timely hitting, but you are
looking for the player that is
unselfish.
"Baseball itself is a game of
failure at best and we are look-
ing for players who have the
ability to bounce back on the
road after that difficult loss."
Seibert stressed that the
mental makeup of the player is
very important for success at
any level of the game.
"When you look -at it a
baseball player will fail seven
out of 10 times," said Seibert.
"So I want the player that is
going to keep conung back and
giving it his all time after
time."
The Pelicans open their
season on May 10 when they
host the Lincoln Saltdogs.
After a four game stand to
start the season the Pelicans
will go on a seven game road
trip to Coastal Bend and
Shreveport.
Season tickets for the
Pelicans are on sale at the
Pelicans main offices.

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


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All-Sun Belt Conference first team defensive back Brannon Condren
celebrates a big play against Florida State.


Troy

Continued From Page One
three of those were against
bowl bound teams - Florida
State, Georgia Tech, and
Nebraska.
Friday will mark the 14th
post-season game as head
coach for Blakeney at Troy -
including Division II,
Division I-AA, and Division I
- with a record of 5-8 in those


games.
Rice head coach Todd
Graham is in his first season
at the helm of the Owls, who
have played one in the
Superdome this season and
lost to Tulane 38-24.

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


The Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Pelicans General Manager Talmadge Nunnari (left) introduces new Pensacola Pelicans skipper Mac
Seibert at a press conference on Friday.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin








Sports


Preps

Continued From Page One
and at one point pulled to with-
in two points in the third quar-
ter 28-30.
That is when the bell
sounded and Milton answered
by finishing the third quarter
on a 19-4 run.
Milton's continued to
attack the glass as Rickards
starting shooting from outside
and misfiring on every
attempt.
"I thought we did a better
job of dictating the tempo in
the second half," said Milton
head coach Tim Short. "In the
first half I thought we were
forcing the action."
With their ninth win of the
season Milton looks to be hit-
ting a stride that could mean
trouble as the Panthers are
looking to get that one win
they missed out on last season
- the state championship.
"We are improving right
now individually and collec-
tively," said Short. "The kids
are starting to understand and
accept their roles on the team."
Adam Allen led Milton
with a game high 29 points and
15 rebounds.
Terrance Mitchell added
13 in the win..
"Beating Rickards mid
season is nice," said Short.
"But that does nothing to help
us reach our season goals."
On Friday Milton defeated
Ft. Walton Beach 47-38.
Allen and Mitchell both
finished the evening with dou-
ble-doubles.
Allen had a game high 26
points and 10 rebounds, while
Mitchell led with 11 rebounds
and poured in 15 points.
Jay faced two much larger
opponents as they saw their
season record after the
Shootout's conclusion on
Saturday fall to 3-3 heading
into their Christmas tourna-
ment.
On Saturday the Royals
fell the Gulf Breeze 52-41.
They Royals saw their one
point lead go away in the sec-
ond quarter against the
Dolphins, but were still close
as they trailed by two 23-21.
But the third quarter saw
the Dolphins put the game
away as they outscored Jay 12-
5.
Greg Nelson led the
Royals with a game high 20
points.
Friday saw the Royals face
Walton County with the Braves
winning 68-51.
The Royals took it to
Walton and built a 19-14 first
quarter lead, but he Braves and
their pressure defense would
have none of that in the second
quarter as they put the game
away with a 30-7 run.
Jay was led once again by
Nelson with 21 points, while
Brad Lowery added 10.
In other boys action
Central improved to 4-1 in


Panthers take their game



to visit basketball country


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
Milton will be taking to
the road on Wednesday for an
eight plus hour tour as they
venture into a state where
when the sun rises and sets the
citizens think it is a basketball
- Kentucky.
The Panthers (9-1) will
play in the George ,Taylor
Classic Basketball
Tournament hosted by
Muhlenberg North High
School in Greenville, Ky,
Milton will open action in
the four team round robin
tournament on Dec. 21 against
Middlesboro (2-4), followed
by Madisonville-North
Hopkins (5-3) on Dec. 22 and
then close the tournament out
against the host Stars (5-0).
"I want our kids to see up
there the game of basketball
is a way of life," said Short.
"When you look at it -to some
in Kentucky it is a religion."
This tournament in its
second year is. held to honor:
former Central City Golden
Flash coach George Taylor.
Taylor guided the Central
City Golden Tide from 1925
until 1942, compiling a 439-
97 record for an impressive
81 percent winning percent-
age. At the time he' retired
from coaching, he was the
winningest high school coach
in the state of Kentucky.
During his heyday,' he was
offered the head coaching job
at Murray State University,
but chose to remain in his
beloved Central City.
His Golden Tide teams
won eight, regional champi-
onships, including five
straight from 1928-32; and 14
district titles, including seven
straight 'from 1926-32.


George Taylor
Classic Schedule

Thursday, Dec. 21
6 p.m.
Nliddlesboro vs.



Friday, Dec. 22
6 p.m.
Milton vs.
MadisonVille- North
-Hopkins

Saturday, Dec. 23
8 p.m.
Milton vs.
Muhlenberg North

You can listen to the games on
your computer at www.florida-
cast.com by going to Milton vs.
which ever school they are play-
ing and double click

During his final 16 years
as head coach at CCHS, coach
Taylor's teams won 20 or
more games every season and
had an amazing six seasons
where his teams won 30 or
more games.
It was through Taylor's
efforts as coach, and later
administrator. that Central
Cut\ High School was the
winningest high school bas-
ketball program in the state of
Kentucky at the time the
school closed in May of
1990-and the secorid win-
ningest high school program
in the nation behind
Centralia, Ill.
Taylor began that great
winning tradition, and few
coaches in Kentucky have


Despite the score West Florida Tech battled hard against;
Central High School Thursday in Allentown.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin
added another. Sams and Matt Shouppe
Josh Rozier had nine saves were credited with' assists as,
in goal. Rozier had five saves in the:
On Thursday the Panthers loss.
were edged by Woodham 4-3.
Sams led the Panthers with Story written by:
two goals while Gallbreath Bill Gamblin. Reach himI
also scored, at sports@srpressgazette.com


contributed more to the game
of basketball.
Madisonville, which is
home to former Kentucky
Wildcat Travis Ford, is
rebuilding after losing four
starters from last season.
The Maroons like to run
and will use as a three-point
shooter Caleb Nelson as a
sixth person if he is not in the
starting line-up, which is
anchored by Darnell Moore.
Moore will be the Maroon
expected to shut down
Milton's Adam Allen.
'For Muhlenberg North
their 5-0 start under the direc-
tion of Steve Sparks, who is
the father of former Wildcat
standout Patrick-- Sparks,
could be deceiving as all five
of the Stars opponents have a
combined record of 14-20 to
start 2006.
The size of the crowd and
everything could be a shock
to some as Muhlenberg North.
is expecting their guy of,
4,500 to be at capacity all
three nights.
"This will definitely be a
bonding experience for us,"
said Short. "I want us to go,
and get better.
"If doesn't matter to me if
we win or not, I just want us
to show improvement.
"I want us to use this trip'
like we did last season when
we went to Georgia, where we,
grew as a team."
All three games involving,
the Panthers will be available
on 'computer by going to'
www.floridacast.com, go to'
Milton and double click on,
the game they are playing.

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


Jeremy Tolbert is seen driving the lane for two points Saturday
against Tallahassee Rickards.


District 1-A with a 56-52 win
over Rocky Bayou.
The Jaguars built an eight-
point halftime advantage, 26-
18, but saw it almost disappear
in the third quarter as Rocky
Bayou cut the lead to a single
point.
Central responded in the
fourth quarter and held on for
the win as they improve to 8-2
overall.
Keith Germann led the
way with a game high 23
points for Ceptral.
Logan Campbell added 11
points in the win, while Troy
Dawson was next with 10.
On Thursday Central


ress Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin

defeated West Florida Baptist
66-34.
The Jaguars took and early
21-6 lead and cruised from
there.
Campbell led with way
with a game high 26 points as
three Jaguars reached double
digits.
'Dawson chipped in 16,
while Germann added 10 in the
win.
In girls basketball action
Pace dropped their fourth con-
secutive contest of the year at
Pine Forest Friday 51-47.
The Lady Patriots led at
the break 20-19, but were


The Gulf Breeze defender tries to show the official he did not foul or touch Greg Nelson in Saturday's
game between the Royals and Dolphins in'the Santa Rosa Shootout held at Mitlon High School.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


outscored in the third quarter
16-11 as the, Lady Eagles took
control of the game.
Pace (7-4) was led by Erica
Wright with 15, while Haley
Millsap and Ashley Fabrey
chipped in 10 each.
Central hosted Paxton
Thursday and suffered a 61-25
defeat in a match up between
two ranked teams.
The visitors built a 42-12
lead at halftime and cruised
from there.
Daysha Enfinger led
Central (6-3; 2-2 in District 1-
A) with 11 on the night as she
posted a double-double by also
grabbing 11 rebounds.
Milton's bench came back
to life as team play helped the
Lady Panthers defeat Navarre
57-41.
The Lady Panthers (7-3; 6-
3 in District 1-4A) led the
entire game against a very
scrappy Navarre squad.
Centraya Nettles led all
scorers with 16 points for
Milton while Megan Stokes
scored 14, and Teangela
Williams was next with 10.
"Everyone did their part,"
said Milton head coach Chuck
Douglass. "This was a total
team effort as we got tremen-
dous help tonight from the
bench."
In girls soccer Pace defeat-
ed Choctawhatchee 3-2 in a
key district game Friday.
Amanda Steinaway,
Rachel Cutts and Nikki Terrell
all scored goals for the Lady
Patriots who improved to 12-4-
2; 6-3-1 in District 1-5A with
the win.
Cutts and Jessica Oram,
were credited with assists
while Tara Clancy stopped four
shots on goal.
Thursday in girls soccer
action West Florida Tech
defeated Milton 6-0.
Milton fell to 2-7-1 on the
season as Tanya Cronin had 25
saves in the loss.
On the boys side Milton
dropped a couple of tough
decisions.
On Saturday Escambia ral-
lied to defeat Milton 10-5.
The Panthers fell to 1-12-1
on the season as Conner Dunne
led Milton with two goals.
Also scoring goals were Jai
Gupta, Dakota Sams, and Rick
Gallbreath.
Dexter Simmons had two
assists while Steven Gillis


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104
General Help
BEGINNER
INSTALLER
TECHNICIAN
Experience & certifi-
cation welcome, but
not required. Train-
ing provided for right
candidate seeking to
excel in burglar/fire
alarm industry. Must
have positive atti-
tude, ambitious, will-
ingness to learn &
comprehend new
concepts. Security
Engineering, Inc.,
2416 Executive
Plaza, Pensacola,
FL 32504
Fax: 484-9336
security@seceng.com
COME LIVE in the
Florida Keys! 17-
Unit Waterfront Re-
sort seeks 2 people
with Housekeeping
and Maintenance
experience. Housing
provided. (305)393-
2238.
DRIVER TRAINEES
N EDED NOW!!!
Aerner needs entry-
l1vel semi drivers.
No exp. required.
Avg. $36k+ 1st yr!
60% . home
nightly/weekly. CDL
training in your area.
1-866-280-5309
EARN UP to $550
WEEKLY Working
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Costume characters
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GREETERS NEED-
ED for our local re-
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per week, 1 day paid
training, $8/hr. to
start. Call to sched-
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NOW HIRING Care-
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0071.
NOW HIRING tax
preparers at Liberty
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training and testing.
Call 623-1110.
OVERHEAD DOOR
COMPANY
is hiring skilled in-
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technicians. Mini-
mum 3 years experi-
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benefits. Call
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$20/hour or $57K
annually including
Federal Benefits and
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104
General Help
PUBLISHER'S
NOTICE
Milton Newspapers,
Inc.. (dba The Santa
Rosa Press Gazette
and The Santa Rosa
Free Press) re-
serves the right to
censor, reclassify,
revise, edit or reject
any advertisement
not meeting its
standards of accept-
ance. Submission of
an advertisement
does not constitute
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tisement. Publication
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does not constitute
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106
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Business
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Excellent Career
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. 108
Hotel/Motel'
& Restaurant
KRYSTAL IN MIL-
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Night Shift Leader
Will train. 1 yr. fast
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test
required. Apply in
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114
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Sales &
Telemarketing

LIBERTY
NATIONAL
Life Insurance Co
Is expanding its.
operation and is
looking for people
to fill insurance
.-sales & service
positions. Average
annual earnings
$48,554. Fringe
benefit package:
2 retirement funds;
health insurance,
paid vacation,
convention trips &
many others.
No experience
necessary. We
have on the job
training. Contact
Jonathan Jones at:
682-2775 or
Fax
resume to:
850-682-1523
Liberty National
is an EOE
ODCO,398

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Positions Wanted
CHRISTIAN MOTH-
ER of 4 would like to
care for a 2-4 year
old in my home; so
that my 2&1/2 year
old will have a play-
mate. Weekdays in
Allentown area. Hot
meals, individual at-
tention, and lots of
love. Recent back-
ground check, refer-
ences available.
623-3958 $100 per
week.
DEPENDABLE
LIVE-IN care giver/
companion seeking
position. References
provided. Call 994-
0010.
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cleaning person
needed long term for
growing cleaning
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315
Business Services
CARLYN HALL'S
Pet & Pony Sitting
Service
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Companion, Walk-
ing, Overnight, Exer-
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Telephone: 850-
221-3300
Servicing the areas:
Milton, Pace, Bag-
dad, Holt, Baker &
Crestview
CLEAN-UP MAN_
I want your junk
Metal of any kind.
FREE PICK UP!
850-626-8406
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TRACTOR Service,
from trimming to
tractor work. Clean
Lips, raking, hauling,
mowing, bushhog-
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estimate (850) 623-
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sured.
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DETAILING
will come to your lo-
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& reasonable
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DIRT CHEEP
Cleaning Service.
We Furnish Sup-
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Call 384-2388
DOUBLE "B" Land
Clearing. Backhoe
Work. Licensed and
Insured. Bryen Bal-
lard. 1850)994-5740
or (850)232-1581.
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Licensed
Specializing in
homes,, condos,
offices and new con-
struction homes.
Reasonable Rates
All local areas
Call for apt.
850-390-6566
Becky Feicks.
Owner
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$9.99/MONTH, in-
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*Personal & Busi-
ness Services
*Bookkeeping & Ac-
counting
*Payroll
Call for initial consul-
tation
Licensed & Insured
512-0874
Serving NW Florida
since 2001.
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AND TRIM, LLC
Licensed & Insured
Call for Free Esti-
mate. Interior Paint-
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Hardwood Floors,
Exterior Painting.
Phone:
850-206-5370

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

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services.
Free Estimates.
NO JOB TOO
SMALL!!
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won't find better.
Call Billy Rogers:
850-957-4952 or
cell: 850-261-8407


315
Business Services
STUMP-EASE
STUMP GRINDING
Most removals $35
Discount for multiple
removals & Back-
yard accessible.
Local Contractor
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Licensed & Insured
232-8746
SUMMIT TRAILERS
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We service all
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REGISTERED
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area has 2 openings
available for In-
fants. Mon.-Fri.
7:00am to 5:30pm.
Reasonable rates!
Call Lorianne at
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402
Apartments
1' 1BEDROOM f u1-
nished apartment
with central heat &
air. No pets. $400.
month, $300. dep.
Call for appointment.
994-7246
2 BR/1BA
CH&AC
New Carpet!
Water, Sewer,
Garbage Included.
$450./$450.
Triplex-Deerborn/
Peachtree Milton 1
block off Stewart
b 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-
Small efficiency
apartment and 4
trailers. Nice, clean
and quiet. Pace
area No pets.
995-1717
MILTON, 2BR/1BA
duplex. $450/mo,
$150/dep. Call 994-
8045.
MILTON-AVALON
2BR/1BA- Brick,
water and. garbage
furnished. Central
h/a. All electric, d.w.,
w/d hookups. f.p.Tile
bath and laundry
room. $625/625.
255-5819 or
623-4976 '
MULAT/PACE-
2BR/1BA apartment
for rent. Central heat
and air, lots of yard.
Laundry room on
premises.
$375mo./$375 de-
posit. Call 995-4335.
404
Commercial
MILTON/COMMER-


CIAL- Office space
for rent: approx.
2,000 square ft. for
rent on Stewart St,
in Milton. Perfect for
professional office
space. Very nice
and clean. $600
mo./$900 deposit.
Call 995-4335.
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
3/BR 2/BA Home in
Milton off of Jones
Rd. 1 Car garage,
1,100 sq. ft. Only 1
yr old. Priced to sell!
$129,000.
Call Betty Smith:
850-902-5522
Destinctive Realty
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
$795

*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

*3/2 Home, 5320
Anthony Ave., Milton
'$900 .. .

Santa Rosa Realty
623-0077
FOR RENT
2BR/2BA, 1,200 sq.
ft., like new, East
Milton on Riviera Dr.
$750mo. + deposit,
with a $25 credit
check. Call 207-
2691 or 994-02i3.
FOR RENT Milton,
2/BR 1/BA duplex.
635/635 Woodward
Ln. Call 995-4831.
FOR RENT, Milton,
ready now
3bed/2bath, 1,300
sq/ft., fenced in
yard, private road.
Rent, $915/mo.
$915/deposit, possi-
ble lease option,
credit no problem.
Call owner at 324-
0494.
HOME FOR rent, 3
bedroom, 2 bath, N.
87 near Whiting
Field. $825/$400.
Call 232-9700.
HOME FOR Rent-
Milton. 3BR/1BA
house for rent. Cen-
tral heat and air.
Fresh paint and big
yard. $600mo./$600
deposit. Call 995-
4335.
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
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 2 to 3 BR
in Jay, Milton and
Pace. $400 to $650
per month. Call:
994-5703
408
Land

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.
$435/mo. &.
$200/deposit.
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
DOUBLE WIDE for
rent. 3BR/2BA on
large private lot.
Beautiful master
bedroom, many ex-
tras, no pets, lyr.
lease, and close to
-town schools. Off
Avalon Blvd.
$725mo./$500 de-
posit. Call 981-1865.
FOR RENT 2 bed-
room trailer, with
fenced in yard. No
Pets. Call 623-5145.
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.
FOR RENT:
2BR/1BA with FK,
total, electric. Call
East Gate Mobile,
Home Ranch 626-
8973.
FOR RENT: Small
2BR mobile home.
Ideal for single or
couple. Call East
Gate ,Mobile Home
Ranch 626-8973.
MOBILE HOME For,
Rmni 3BR 2BA .-
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
412
Rooms For Rent
I HAVE a room for
rent in a nice 3br
2ba house. Kitchen,
laundry, cable, all
utilities incl. Conven-
ient Pace location
near the H.S.
$400/mo. 380-8834
MILTON/MUNSON
AREA. Long or
short term, quiet,
non-smoking envi-
ronment. . Kitchen,
laundry, utilities, sat-
ellite TV, fax, inter-
net, unlimited long
distance included.
$325 per month.
957-4616.
414
Roommates
Wanted
Furnished bedrooms
for rent in Milton
home. Refrigerator,
microwave, TV, Ca-
ble included. $100
$125 per week
449-4070





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Apartments




The All New!
Jay

Apartments

FULLY RENOVATEDONE, TWO, AND
THREE BEDROOM UNITS NOW
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850-983-6995


504
Commercial ',
2 COMMERCIAL
BUILDINGS
FOR RENT
Good location in
Milton. Call:
623-5500
506
Homes
2BR/2BA BRICK?'
with den, fireplace;.>
fenced backyard, .',
shed. Near Avalon,-,
$750mo plus-,
deposit ,
983-6400
ALLENTOWN
2BR/1BA brick
home with expan-
sion possibilities on '
3(+/-) acres. 1371
sq. ft. LA.; 2474 un-
der roof. Paved
street, den, huge
screen porch, built-
ins. 8901 Echo
Lane. $130K. Email:
Coun-
tryHome4Sale@att. ,
net..
BY OWNERS#
4BR/2BA 1,995sq.
feet, red brick, side
entrance garage, fire
place, cathedral cel-
ling, underground
utilities, sprinkler w/
well; quiet neighbor=/
hood, just North o0
Milton. $219,000'
Call 206-3123. -
DUPLEX FOR sale,<-
2 bedroom, 1 bath
duplex, 6 lots, just
off of Avalon Blvd.
$130,000, Call 994-
9391.
FOR SALE Bagdad,
4241 Melton Road.
Beautiful new con- o
struction. 1300 sq.
ft., all brick, 3BR
/2BA two car garage,
home. Tiled kihchen-.
LR/DR/Baths Flal'
top stove, Lenno,-
heat pump, 30 year
dimensional sni,-
gles. Large 201, xN
80' lot. Move inri
ready by Christmas. :
$148,000. Call 850-,
981-2363.
510
Land
3.1 ACRES lor sle
$22,000 per acre.i
Call,6238448 " !
5 ACRES fenced::
pasture'for sale.- '
Located off Muni.onr,
Hwy, Indian Ford'i
Rd. Close to Col4'
Water Creek "'
$90,000 :'5 7',_'4
or 554-5237 ;
FOR SALE 7 acres>
plus on Hickory'
Hammock Rd., East>-
Milton. Call 626-i-
5851.
FOR SALE two va-
cant lots. 1.42 acres'
on Rice Rd.,
$25,000. 1.82 acres
on Raven St..
$23,000. Call owner
at 324-0494.
LAND FOR RENT
Refer.to
Classifications .,
#408

512
Mobile Homes
FOR SALE
1997 Fleetwood Mo6-
bile home. 2/BR,
2/BA. 14 x 70, cov\/-
ered porch, shed, vi-.-
nyl siding, central
heat/air. All applian-
ces stay. Excellent
condition must sell
immediately. Ridge-..
way Blvd. Milton."
reduced to $25,900
Call:983-9316.


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


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556
Homes
FQR SALE BY
OWNER 29 single
family rental homes
in Florida. Package
deal OK or just 1.
Large income. Call
Scott Lubik
(727)214-7442.
Email:
slubik4040 @ aol.co
m.


556
Homes
NORTH CAROLINA
Cool Mountain Air,
Views & Streams,
Homes, Cabins &
Acreage. FREE
BROCHURE
(800)642-5333. Re-
alty Of Murphy 317
Peachtree St. Mur-
phy, N.C. 28906.
www.realtyofmur-
phy.com.

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Homes
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Sale. 2006 Models
Must Go! Modular,
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Homes. 0% DOWN
When You Own
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Brochure. (800)622-
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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-
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Oxford 2
Lexington 2
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COASTAL GEOR-
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Community. Large
lots &' condos w/
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Gated, Golf, Fitness
Center, tennis,.
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FOR SALE
Home and land 30
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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.
TENNESSEE AF-
FORDABLE lake &
mountain properties.
Low property taxes.
No stale income tax
Four seasons-
Southern hospitality
'For more info' Call
Lakeside Realty
(888)291-5253
www.lakesiderealty-.
tn.com.


560
Land
.Hunt big game on
our ranch elk,
whitetail, . buffalo,
redstag, boar.
Check our website
www.hiqhadventur-
Seranch.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.

NORTH FLORIDA
LAND FOR SALE:
20-acre Chestnut
Orchard, Suwannee
County; 10- and 20-.
acre tracts, high &
dry, Madison Coun-
ty; $8,500-
9,500/acre.
(850)971-7208.
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.


Ne\\ Affordable Custonm Homes. Nlilion Area. often n
$50,000.00 in DOW N PAYMENT ASSISTANCE.
3 bed 2 bath, aprx'.1100 sq. ft/ liv. area. m an\ etras.
some garages. Pre-subsidy prices from $126,500.00- �
$148.200.00 More info, locations and qualifications ,call
owner developer. Community Enterprise InN estments. Inc
850-595-6234- x 210/202 .. .




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560
Land
WYOMING RANCH
DISPERSAL 35
acres - 49,900; 70
acres - $89,900; 110
acres-$132,900.
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

FOR SALE AKC
pedigree, German'
Sheppard puppies.
Call 850-698-5951.
FOR SALE: Labra-
dor. puppies!! Yellow
and, black, a boy
and
girls. Mom AKC reg-
istered. Dad is Pure-
bred. Have certifi-
cate of health. Girls
$175.00 and boy
$125.00. Ready
now, 8 weeks old
call 626-6289.

FREE
TO A GOOD,
LOVING HOME.
A white & brown,
male Lab mix. All
shots and very
smart. Needs a
Sfenced yard be-
cause he loves to
play. Call 623-6602


708
Pets
FREE TO A GOOD
HOME
Tame Rabbit with
cage. Call 393-3666
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 6ne water
bowl rotate out for
service. Bottom tray
slides out for clean-
ing. Includes stand.
Black in color. Call
Jim, (850)393-3654.
712
Lost & Found
PETS
FOUND LARGE
Black & Tan Hound
in Munson area.
712-9223
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
Santa Rosa
Animal Control
to report him
missing and to
be sure he's not
there waiting
on you to
pick him up!
850-983-4680





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

WICKER. FURNI-
TURE for sale:
brown wicker coffee
table. $50, brown
wicker, TV/VCR
stand '$50, white
wicker rocker $40.
Call Liz at 983-4939'
818 �
Lawn Equipment
NEW CRAFTSMAN
grass catcher for 38"
mower (model #917-
248900). It is a 6
bushel,, 2-bin soft
bagger. New at
Sears $329.00, ask-
ing $200.00. Call af-
ter 5pm (850)623-
1856, ask for Ron.
820
Lumber &
Hardware

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.


www.np.etstan.com.

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sale. Plus tax, tag, fees and $269 predelvey service charge. Dealer not responsible for
typographical errors, Sale prices good on day of ad. Jeep Is a registered trademark of Daimler
Chrysler Corporaion. Chrysler is a registered trademark of Olamler Chrysler Corporalion,


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822
Musical
Instruments
"CLASSICAL GUI-
TAR LESSONS-
Matt Cosgrove is
now accepting stu-
dents of all ages
from- beginners to
advanced. Visit
www.castudio.us or
call 529-6034 or
995-1288"
828
Electronics
Stereo-TV-VCR
FOR SALE: Play-
station 3 with 20 gig
hard drive $675. Call
982-0568 or 626-
2982.
830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
FOR SALE En-
closed Wells Cargo
trailer, 5x8, $1,150.
Call 324-0494
FOR SALE new hot
tub, with' 4 seats,
and 2 loungers.
$1500,. call 501-
0270. "
FOR SALE- Oak
firewood; will 'deliver
any amount. Call
623-2974.'
FOR SALE- Weslo
Treadmill 920 for
$250. Call 626-4146
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We Deliver & Install
Centipede
St. Augustine
Bermuda
Bailed Pine Straw
Call us first, Save Time
Call us last, Save Money
Hwy. 87 So. * Milton
628-8578

MOVING SALE
Stove, 32" TV, ster-
eo, wall unit, mir-
rored dolphins 61'
by 31', complete,
Christmas ylvillage,
microwave, and
small computer
desk. 7842 Morning
Star In. Call 626-,
, 6077.



CexItipede- |
St. Augustine
Farm Direcrt
WC1 Deli-er
434-0066
SPECIAL BUILD-
ING SALE... DON'T
MISS IT!" Fall deliv-
ery or deposit holds
till . spring.
25'x40'xi14' $5800.
40'x60'x6' $12,800.
Front end optional.
Other sizes availa-
ble. Pioneer.
(800)668-5422.
STEEL . BUILD-
INGS. Factory
Deals. Save $$$. 40
x 60' to 100 x 200'.
Ex: 50 x 100 x 12' =
$3.60/sq ft.
(800)658-2885.
- www.rigidbuilding.co

WOLFF TANNING
BEDS Buy Direct
and Save! Full Body
units from $22 a
monthly FREE Color'
Catalog CALL TO-
DAY! (800)842-1305


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
LINCON TOWN
CAR excellent me-
chanical condition,
Michelin tires (low
miles), all extras,
25 mpg Hwy.
153,552 miles, be-
low NADA average
retail '
Price $4,195.00
Call 626-8570 or
501-8159
906
Boats
BASS BOAT, 17 ft.
aluminum, 1987, 55
h/p Suzuki, tilt &
trim, 4 speed trolling
motor, fresh water
comparmentis.
galvanized trailer,
runs great. Call 206-
3123.
FOR SALE
15' Eagle, Boat.
25HP Johnson mo-
tor wnih stick steer-
ing, Johnson trolling
motor and trailer.
626-1516
FOR SALE 1987
Lowe Bass' Boat,
has b-live wells,
35hp outboard mo-.
tor, trolley motor,
Trailer, ana lisn tind--
er. $2,500 OBO.
Call 564-4581
-912
Motor Homes
FOR -SALE 1983
Avion travel trailer,
in good condition.
Great for camping or
vacation spot. Call
626-2143.
914
Recreational
FOR SALE 31ft. Air
Stream camper;
$3,000/OBO. CPll
*626-2205 or '607-
3526.
918
Trucks
87 B2000 Pick-up
truck, will trade for a
van of a car, or will
sell for $1500. Also
looking for a donat-
ed sofa-couch.
983-7204
FOR SALE
05 Chevy Silverado
Z71 Short wheel
based, one owner,
loaded 36,000 miles
Aluminum wheels,
towing package,
toolbox and 75,000
miles warranty
$17,900. Call Bill:
572-6500
FOR SALE 1986
GMC 1-ton duly. Re-
built 6.2 diesel with
low miles. $5,500.
Call 626-2143
920
Vans
91 ASTRO VAN
4.3 Automatic trans-
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 626-5608.
FOR SALE
2002 Chrysler
Town-n-Country
Van. Good condi-
tion. Sell for pay off
approx. $7,000.
Call:232-6875

922
Other
FREE FIREWOOD
You cut it; You haul
it, Call 623-5100 or
723-8802.


832
Miscellaneous
Wanted
GLASS CRAFTER
needs empty glass
soft drink bottles, (all
kinds). Not necessa-
rily collectors edi-
tions. Will pick up.
Call: 983-8042
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-
5048

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


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B & W Masonry
Brick's & Block's Concrete
SBrick Mail Boxes
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NO JOB TOO SMALL!!
LICENSED & INSURED
FREE ESTIMATES
434-5824





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


Need Stucco Work.
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LICENSED AND INSURED
CONVENTIONAL & SYNTHETIC SYSTEMS
698-8327
626-9164

ITry's aint and 'Mtin IIC
Interior & Exterior
*Painting
*Trim Work
*Hardwood floors
Call for Free Quote!
Licensed & Insured
Phohe: (850) 206-5370
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All Types of Fences Home Improvements
New Installation and Repairs .N.F., Inrc. '
Specializing in Privacy Fences NF -.In
Our privacy fences are built with SCREWS * Insured
Free Estimates Locally Owned * Licensed -
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485--2532 * 25 Years Experience -_
No Job To Small!!
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*Personal & Business Taxes
*Bookkeeping & Accounting
*Payroll
Call for free initial consultation
Licensed & Insured
John Haynes, CSA
.: . ,'" 512-0874





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


FCARLYN HALL'S
Pet & Pony Sitting Service
Bonded & Insured
(Companion, Walking, Overnight, Exercising.)
Telephone*
850-221-3300
Servicing the areas:
Milton, Pace, Bagdad, Holt,
Baker & Crestview.



Backhoe Work
Stump & Tree Removal
Hurricane Clean-up
Dirt Work
No Job Too Big or Small
Licensed & Insured
Bre Ballard :


DAN'S TRACTOR
WORKS
LICENSED & INSURED
Bush-Hogging ~ Debris Removal
Front-End Loading ~ Discing
Cell (850)529-8718
Home (850)623-8697 W1
Dan Francisco - Owner


MIKE KAYLOR
Cement Mason

Patios'N DrivewaysN Walks
Free Estimates Quality work
No job too small Affordable prices
850-994-0897


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



We service all brands
of horse trailers.
Shearing - Bending - Welding
Santa Rosa Industrial Park
5510 Industrial Blvd.

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