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WEDNESDAY

gust 8, 2007


Paramedics capture



fleeing injured man


By LYNNE HOUGH
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Saturday afternoon,
Lifeguard medical personnel
chased down a man with a
head injury after he broke
loose from the gurney inside
the ambulance and ran into the
woods.
According to Santa Rosa
Sheriff's reports, Randy


Greene, 21, was involved in a
fight with another man, David
Sawders, 24, both of Milton.
Witnesses told deputies
the men were fighting at the
residence located at 8411
Punjob Rd. in East Milton.
During the altercation,
reports say Sawders grabbed a
four-way tire iron and struck
Greene in the head. Once


Greene was injured, everyone
stopped fighting to help
Greene.
Lifeguard Paramedic
Chris Devine and EMT Amy
Kersey responded to the
scene to treat Greene. Greene
was inside the ambulance,
secured by straps and
attached to an IV, he escaped
See MAN page 5A


Police pursue two cars


Milton City Police were
involved in two late-night,
early morning vehicle pursuits
in one day.
The first involved a vehi-
cle which fled from officers
early Monday morning, even-
tually running through resi-
dential neighborhoods on
north Stewart St., ending up
just north of Milton High
School.The driver of the vehi-


cle, Mahlon Brandon Carter,
19, Pensacola was charged
with numerous citations,
including drive while license
suspended; fleeing law
enforcement, causing property
damage; leaving the scene of
accident; no seat belt; driving
without tail lights.
In the second pursuit was
Monday night around mid-
night.


Reports say Joshua Lee
Stevens, 25, Milton, was
arrested following reports of a
disturbance which turned into
a short pursuit, ending when
supervisors called off the pur-
suit for safety reasons.Stevens
was arrested at his home a
short time later.
For more details on both
incidents, visit:
www.srpressgazette.com


Bagdad Firefighter Thomas Thrower (top) and Lt. Frank Busby were among many firefighters and
departments to respond to a fire on Mohawk Trail in Milton Monday evening. Fire Chief Claude
Dunlap says the residents were attempting to install a ceiling fan when the fire began.
Press Gazette photo by Lynne Hough


Navarre family left homeless by blaze


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This fire on Galleon Dr. in Navarre took the home of a family
of five. No one was injured.
Press Gazette photo Lynne Hough


BY LYNNE HOUGH
though @srpressgazette.comin
A Navarre family lost
everything except their lives
Saturday when a fire
destroyed their home on
Galleon Dr.
Linnea Lewis, Mike
Brown, and their three chil-
dren were forced to stay with
relatives following the blaze.
Lewis and Brown say the
only potential cause for the
fire was a window unit air con-
ditioner with cord that occas-
sionally "got hot", but said the
unit was not turned on.
The children had been
home alone for about an hour,
according to Lewis, just one
hour before the fire started.
The entire family, includ-
ing their dog, was gone when
the fire destroyed the house.
Firefighters from several
agencies fought to control the
fire and prevent it from
spreading.


Linnea Lewis (far left) and Mike Brown (seated) came home from the Gulf Breeze Flea Market
Saturday to find their home destroyed by fire. The couple and their three children, ages 2, 7, and
13, were left with nothing. Lewis says the children were home alone for about an hour before the
fire started. A new family pet, a turtle, died in the blaze, but the family dog was with them on the
outing when the fire began. In this photo, two of the children watch firefighters work to contain
a flare-up second fire which occurred as they arrived.
Press Gazette photo by Lynne Hough


Lifeguard ambulance implements rehab for firefighters at scenes


By LYNNE HOUGH
though @ srpressgazette.comn
When firefighters
respond to a fire during the
heat of summer, it is likely
injuries they sustain could be
heat related.
With temperatures in the
90s, bunker gear and the heat

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of a fire, becoming overheat-
ed threatens the health of
firefighters.
Ambulances have been
routinely sent to fire calls in
Santa Rosa for a "stand-by".
But Lifeguard
Ambulance Regional
Director Chris Rucker says
the company has set forth a
procedure making para-
medics and EMTS more
active in firefighter safety at
scenes.
"Not only do we feel the
rehab is vital, but building a
relationship with the fire
departments, letting them
know we are there, is impor-
tant," Rucker says.
Saturday, at a house fire
in Navarre, that sentiment
become more apparent than
ever.
Paramedic Dave
England and EMT Jessica
Spring were on site, check-
ing vitals, offering cold
water and support to over-


heated firefighters on
Galleon Drive.
Rucker says prevention
offers better efficiency and
transport may not be neces-
sary if someone begins to
feel faint from the heat.
"We want to provide the
best possible service. From
day one, in the office, we
sate down with the para-
medics and EMTs and
looked at the run forms to
look for areas of improve-
ment," Rucker notes.
"This is something we
want to do a lot of. We have
the opportunity to be more
organized and have a more
formal program."
Firefighters were at
Galleon Dr. in Navarre on
Saturday and then on
Mohawk Trail Monday night
in Milton.
Lifeguard Ambulance
personnel were at both
scenes as well.
No one was transported.


EMT Jessica Spring checks the vital signs of a Holley-Navarre firefighter at the scene of a residen-
tial structure fire Saturday. Lifeguard Ambulance took over providing services to the county a
week ago. Officials say the rehab performed on firefighters can prevent the need to transport the
to area hospitals for more intensive care.
Press Gazette photo by Lynne Hough


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Speak Out
Please, anyone with any
information on the two men
who beat my mother,
Elizabeth St.Germain
(Gaffney) on June 21st in
Georgetown please call
Detective Stone (Milton
police) or Crime Stoppers.
My mother is going to have to
have another surgery to put
weights in her eye to get it so
she can blink.
She sustained so many
damages to her face and eye,
it will never be the same. She
has three plates in her face
and her eye was knocked back
in the socket. She has facial
numbness on whole left side.
She was hit so hard by this
guy, she cannot work and is
having a hard time with her
bills. She is raising her 16
year old grandson by herself.
\\e hae asked the Press
Gazette to run a store\
about a benefit fund %ith Pen
Air hut it has not run as otf et.
Please remember ne'er con-
front anr\ne. NI\ mother ha'
learned a \erN hard lesson she
0.ill remember the resi of her
ifec-and -,\er a bike. I |ust
hank God it did not make her
aneurinsm bleed

Speak Out
It is shameful 0\er 100l
degrees ''.itli the heat inde'.
and people pro> ide no shade
-or their aniurali. If the amni-
-ral had the choice. it v. _iuld
rind and tuse shide, bhut it i
noit eien that lui\ur,- hile
Nou horse owners sit inside
j,our nice cool .ar conditioned
homes. Shate on ',ou.

Speak Out
'I v. as recent home on
\aciLti,:'n and could sec much
*.mproen-ieni in the different
areas of [to'.n since the
storms. I lo\e Milton because
it is mi home to'\n and I
think most people realize it is
a place that has been tried and
tested time and aairn.
Although I liLe ata' nov. I
often look up. keep track of.
and usit family' there and it
makes me happy\ to ha.e a
..a\ to read the paper and
riew\s of Nilton. No\, that
mother is much older it is dif-
ficult for her to get the nev. s
to me and this is a % ai to
keep me in touch ,,ith nev.*s
from home Keep tip the good
v.ork Mlilton and let all of us
,. ork together to niake Militon
a prett little ti-v'. ri and gie it
character in its old ace' I '1o1-
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cominiunit[\ 'cli iti. h per IorIn
project mani., times ., hen I anm
there on actionn lu't to i.!e
Siouniethiric hjck i the conm-
munit\ that helped raise me
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and friends. I miss all of \ou


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John Rogers, Superintendent of Santa Rosa County School,
speaks to the group of people attending the Bennett C. Russell
Elementary School Dedication on July 24. Rogers, who appoint-
ed as Superintendent in January of 2000, will be retiring in
November 2008.


School Superintendent



Rogers plans to retire


By CHRIS MCDONNELL
cmcdonnell@sipressgazette.co
;n
It is never easy to replace
an icon.
High expectations, under
the public's microscope
where your every move is
analyzed. The job can seem
impossible sometimes.
Now one man who suc-
cessfully accomplished that
challenge is moving on him-
self.
John Rogers took over
for Bennett C. Russell in
January of 2000 after Russell
passed away due to a rare
blood disorder.
And Benny Russell had
been that icon as the Santa
Rosa County School
Superintendent for 20 years.
Rogers moved from a
position as the principal of
Gulf Breeze Middle School
to Santa Rosa School District


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Superintendent..
According to Rogers, it
was a very comfortable feel-
ing taking over for the former
superintendent because he
says he knew that's what
Russell wanted him to do. He
also says Russell, along with
the other school board mem-
bers built a great school sys-
tem.
"We have made students
our #1 priority," says Rogers.
After serving two terms,
Rogers says he decided to
retire as school
Superintendent.
"I love this job.. .it's just
a good time in my life," and
notes, "It's either a four year
commitment or nothing."
Rogers says he plans to
spend more time with his
family, golfing, and with
church.
"This job is fulfilling.
You get to work with every-
body...it's very rewarding."
But before he retires,
Rogers sa\,s he has goals he
%would like to accomplish
\WHh at least one district
staff member and at least
three prnncipai renting. he
would like to work v. ith.
train, and de'.elop new prin-
cipals to lead the :chools
He a aho .'aints to focus
on the Capitol Outplai Plan.
v, which is a rne-)ear building
plan. This plan includes
securing sch,-,ol sites for ne\\
school,, adding classroomn'-
to existing schools. and pro-


jecting new schools the dis-
trict may need within the
next five-10 years.
JoAnn Simpson, district
four vice-chairperson for
Santa Rosa County School
District, who has worked
with Rogers, says, "he has
done a remarkable job to step
into that position.
"He's stepped in....he's
kept up the same standards
for students and employees."
She says when you are
an elected official for Santa
Rosa County, it's a 24/7 job,
and she can understand
Rogers' need to "have a little
private life."
Many feel Rogers took
on some heavy responsibili-
ties and faced adversity dur-
ing his tenure as
Superintendent.
After September 2001,
there was a two million-dol-
lar budget cut the last half of
the school year and adjust-
ments were made to the
budget .
Hurricanes were an
entirely different storn. "'We
ha'e faced a lot of challenges
during the nine \ear\.'" sas,
Rodgers.
A new school ear is less
than vw.o weeks ago, and
Roger'" enthusiasmn is still
sk luhigh.
"\\e'e haid a long sun-
mer I amn really trul) e\clted
about this school \ear. I can't
\.iII to get started, this \ear
is going t:, be a great :-ear."


Florida Agriculture and
Consumer Seri ices
Commissioner Charles H.
Bronson announced the
arrest of a North Florida
nun in connection with the
theft of c)press logs \alued
at '1.050 from a North
Florida timber company's
property .
In late April 2007, repre-
sentatiues- for Folle\ Timber
and Land Compani noted
suspicion s acti it\ occurring
rin theii property\ located in
tie Pen-r area.
After e\aniiunation ot the
property. the. discovered
someone had been cutting
and remo\irn "dead head"
c\ press from the property
a thout permission.
On MNTa 1, 211117. repre-
sentatmes lor the company
reported the suspected theft


to Bronson's Office of
Agricultural La%%
Enforcement (OALEi.
%which investigated the case.
E% idence suggested the sus-
pect had been pulling "dead
head" C\ press logs from
Folley's property for a peri-
od of time.
.A suspect was identified
based upon \ witness informa-
non. which resulted in the
arrest of Richard Michael
Lollis. 41. of Perrn
Lollis is belle\ed to own
property\ adjoining Folle\
Timber'; property. and \was
know ingl\ going onto
Folles's propertN to har est
the tmber., authorities said
The suspect has been
charged w"ith grand theft, a
third-degree felon\. He Tar
booked inIto the Ta\ lor
Couiint\ Jail.


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Theft of timber


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Wednesday-August 8, 2007


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Sheriff's Report


June 21 to June 27, 2007
Rowe, Joshua Lerue;
Male; 25; 4972 Ellea Calle
Lane, Gulf Breeze; Burgl
Dwelling Structure or
Conveyance Armed, Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,00, Larc-
Grand of Firearm. 6/21/07
Varney, Brandon Mark
Anthony; Male; 18; Carl
Booker Rd, Milton; Forgery
of Alter Public Record
Certificate Etc, Fraud-
Imperson False ID Given to
LEO, Veh Theft-Grand 3rd
Degree, Resist Officer
Obstruct By Disguised
Person. 6/21/07
Morgan, Robert Dean;
Male; 22; 2655 Oxmore Dr,
Navarre; Grand Theft, Petit
Theft, Pass Forged
Instrument (3 cts.) 6/21/07
Lynn, Jeffery Ray; Male;
47; 7863 Fleetwood Dr,
Milton; Possess Cocaine,
Narcotic Equip-Possess And
Or Use. 6/20/07
Sanders, Michelle Lee;
Female; 39; 2802 Villa
Woods Cir, Gulf Breeze, FL;
Obstructing Justice-
Intimidate Threaten Etc Vict
Witness Informant. 6/20/07
Coburn II, Robert Lewis;
male; 40; 6736 Tyler Dr,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony. 6/24/07
Davis, Marcello
Bernard; Male; 28; 6504
Skyline Dr, Milton; Drive
While License Susp Habitual
Offender. 6/24/07
Dixon, David Chapell,
Male; 19; 4881 Lynn, Pace;
Aggrav Asslt W/Deadly
Weapon W/O Intent to Kill,
Weapon Offense-Use
Display Etc Firearm During
Felony, Robbery With
Firearm. 6/23/07
Perkins, Demarquis
Martez; Male; 23; 6015
Queen St, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 6/24/07
Pope, Jason Lewis;
Male; 29; 215 Weeks Road,
Cleburn, TX; Larc-Grand 1st
SDegree Over $100,000,
iLarc-From Shipment Cargo
'in Strm or Comm 50K Dols
or More. 6/23/07
Rose, Kevin Allen;
Male; 20; 10019 Patterson
Cir, Jacksonville, FL; Burg
of Structure Conveyance
Unarmed W/O Person
Inside, Larc-Petit 1st Off.
6/22/07
Tamez, Marcus Dean;
Male; 21; 6901 Beach Rd,
Fort Worth, TX; Out of State
Fugitive From Justice.
6/23/07
Gaddy, Robin
Jacqueline; Female; 46; 526
Belle Ave, Sevierville, TN;
Larc-Theft is $300 or More
But Less Than $5,000.
6/23/07
Pugh, Patricia Ann;
Female; 56; 8132 Delta Dr,
Milton; Drugs-Possess Cntrl
Sub W/O Prescription.
6/23/07
White, Gary Andrew;
Male; 40; 2127 Sealark
Lane, Milton; Homicide-
Neglig Mansl-Veh DUI
Cause Death to Any Human,
DUI and Damage Property.
6/24/07
Douglas, Joshua Adam;
Male; 22; 1993 Blankenship
Rd, Navarre; Probation
Violation-Felony. NDG
Pittman, Bonnie Sue;
Female; 47; 2270 Jeannie St,
Navarre; Failure to Appear
for Felony Offense. NDG
Abbott, David Wade;
male; 36; 5943 Quintette Rd,
SPace; DUI Alcohol or Drugs


2nd Offense. 6/23/07
Bourgeois, Aaron James;
Male; 21; 1988 Constitution
Dr, Navarre; DUI and
Damage Property. 6/22/07
Tousley, Kenneth
Andrew; Male; 18; 156
Merlin Dr, Camdenton, MO;
Out of State Fugitive From
Justice. 6/23/07
Travieso, David
Anthony; Male; 36; 5015 Poi
Terrace, Pace; Reckless
Driving 1st Offense,
Flee/Elude Police Flee
W/Disregard of Safety to
Persons or Prop, Drive While
Lic Susp Habitual Offender.
Davis, Stacy Marie;
Female; 44; 5155 Tuscaloosa
St, Milton; DUI. 6/22/07
Dupre, Frankie Paul;
Male; 39; 200 Fairmont Dr,
Houma, LA; DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 2nd Off. 6/22/07
Fincher, Matthew
Joseph; Male; 36; 4430 Pace
Ln, Pace; DUI. 6/22/07
McElroy, Marvin
Timothy; Male; 47; 7518
Blackjack Cir, Navarre;
DUI. 6/23/07
Sanders, Lori Danos;
Female; 131 Mardi Gras Crt,
Houma, LA; DUI. 6/22/07
Sutton, Jerry Daniel;
Male; 41; 4226 Castille Ave,
Pace; DUI. 6/23/07
White, Gary Andrew;
Male; 40; 2127 Sealark
Lane, Milton; Homicide-
Neglig Mansl-Veh DUI
Cause Death to Any Human,
DUI and Damage Property.
6/24/07
Clary, David Lee; Male;
37; 714 Little Crescent, Ft.
Walton; Larc-Theft is $300
or More But Less Than
$5,000. 6/25/07
Everett, Raymond Allen;
Male; 48; 4621 Woodbine
Rd, Pace; Shoplifting Petit
From Merchant 2nd or
Subseq Offense, Possess
Cocaine, Narcotic Equip-
Possess And Or Use. 6/25/07
Fountain, Joshua Wayne;
Male; 26; 211 Leonard
Road, Lagrange, GA;
Possess Methamphetamine,
Marijuana-Possess Not More
Than 20 Grams, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And or Use.
6/25/07
Guichet, Jr., Brian
Julius; Male; 22; 4074
Ermine Ln, Milton; Drive
While Lic Susp Habitual
Offender. 6/25/07
Pyke, Vaughn Glenn;
Male; 28; 6741 Madison St,
Milton; Burgl of Dwelling
Unarmed No Asslt or Batt,
Larc-$300 Less 10K Dollars
from 65 YOA Older. 6/25/07
Dixon, David Chapell;
Male; 19; 4881 Lynn, Pace;
Probation Violation-Felony.
NDG
English, Justin Scott;
Male; 18; 3795 Escambia
Ave, Jay; Damage Prop-
Crim Misch $1,000 or More.
6/25/07
Kelley, Stephanie Joyce;
Female; 21; Drugs-Produce


Methamphetamine,
Marijuana-Possess Not More
Than 20 Grams, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And or Use.
6/25/07
Simmons, Jonathan
Lynn; Male; 28; 3785
Carabela Ln, Pace; DUI.
6/26/07
Bradford, Jerry Allen;
Male; 40; 4324 Mason Ln,
Milton; Burgl of Dwelling
Unarmed No Asslt or Batt,
Larc-Theft is $300 or More
But Less Than $5,000.
6/26/07
Brown, Nathan P; Male;
47; 2405 N Guillemard,
Pensacola; Drive While Lic
Susp 3rd or Subseq Offense.
6/26/07
Hailey, Joshua James;
Male; 19; 1658 Bent Pine
Rd, Pearson, GA; Veh Theft-
Grand 3rd Degree, Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000. 6/26/07
Sandifer, Stephanie Ann;
Female; 25; 5070 East Lake
Rd, Milton; Burgl of
Dwelling Unarmed No Asslt
or Batt, Larc-Theft is $300
or More But Less Than
$5,000, Drugs-Possess Cntrl
Sub W/O Prescription.
6/26/07
Wallace, Michael John;
Male; 33; 5530 Debbie
Drive, Milton; Battery-
Touch or Strike, Kidnap-
False Imprisonment Adult,
Damage Prop-Crim Misch
Over $200 Under $1,000
Subseq Off. 6/26/07
Vasser, Christopher;
Male; 5540 Osceola St,
Milton; Battery On
Detention Facility Employee
With Fluids. NDG
Hunter, Raymond Gene,
III; Male; 23; 4581 Florlanda
Cir, Pace; Probation
Violation-Felony. NDG
Cameron, Joseph
Bradley; Male; 16; 4201
Tomahawk Tr, Milton; Burgl
of Structure Conveyance
Unarmed W/O Person Inside
(10 cts.), Larc-Theft is $300
or' More But Less Than
$5,000, Damage Prop-Crim
Misch $1,000 or More,
Trespassing Entry on
Property Unlawfully.
6/26/07
Craft, Andrew Kevin;
Male; 39; 5204 Crystal
Creek Dr, Pace; Public Order
Crimes-Racketeering
Violation (2 cts.). 6/26/07
Lippwe, Everly Scott;
Male; 166; 7830 Marlette
Dr, Milton; Damage Prop-
Crim Misch $1,000 or More,
Trespassing Entry on
Property Unlawfully, Burgl
of Structure Conveyance
Unarmed W/O Person Inside
(10 cts.), Larc-Theft is $300
or More But Less Than
$5,000. 6/26/07
. Palmer, Brandun
Mathew; Male; 30; 6345
Metz Rd, Milton; Vehicle
Theft-Grand 3rd Degree.
6/26/07
Baldwin, Phillip Carnell;


Male; 37; 6567 Julia Dr,
Milton; Larc-Theft is $300
or More But Less Than
$5,000, Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 6/26/07
Booker, Ronald Keith;
Male; 49; 6415 Yorkshire
Rd, Tampa, FL; Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense
(3 cts.) 6/27/07
Dean, Troy Jacob; Male;
18; 3056 Apache Dr, Pace;
Reckless Driving 1st
Offense, Resist Officer Flee
Elude LEO With Lights
Sirens Active. 6/27/07
Fisher, Robert Kennith;
Male; 44; 4301 Carl Booker
Rd, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 6/27/07
Hare, Mary Elizabeth;
Female; 44; 5488 Dover Ave,
Pensacola; Failure To
Appear for Felony Offense.
6/27/07
Hawthorne, Melvin
Douglas; Male; 27; 5525
Hooly Plans Ln, Milton;
Flee/Elude Police Fail to
Obey LEO Order to Stop,
Drive While Lic Susp
Habitual Offender, Aggrav
Asslt W/Intent to Commit A
Felony (2 cts.), Battery on
Officer Firefighter EMT Etc
(2 cts.), Cruelty Toward
Child At That Could Result
in Phys Mental Injury,
Possess Cocaine, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And Or Use.
6/27/07
Russell, Jakob Daniel;
Male; 25; 7617 Forester Rd,
Navarre; DUI. 6/27/07
Johnson, Jr., Jerry
Kenneth; Male; 36; 4450
Black Oak Rd, Milton;
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
W/O Prescription, Drugs-
Sell Methamphetamine,
Marijuana-Possess Not More
Than 20 Grams, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And or Use.
6/27/07
King, Curtis Lee; male;
45; 29 Comet Street SW, Ft.
Walton Beach; Burgl of
Structure Conveyance
Unarmed W/O Person
Inside, Larc-Theft is $300 Or
More But Less Than $5,000.
6/27/07


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2007, no later than 4:00 p.m. CDST. The plan may be reviewed at
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Monday Morning
Art Group Display
The Dragonfly Gallery
will feature the "Monday
Morning Art Group" cre-
ations August llth - 25th.
This will be a showcase of
local artists who gather each
week to create their art. An
opening reception will be
held on August llth from
2:00 - 5:00.
Janet Levin, Jan Shelby,
and Elaine Woodward are
three of the Monday Morning
artists currently displaying
their work at the Dragonfly
Gallery. They will be joined
by the other 9 artists of the
group working mainly in
watercolors and pastels. The
Monday Morning Group has
been meeting for almost 6
years.
The Dragonfly Gallery,
located at 5188 Escambia
Street in historic Milton, is a
juried gallery presenting
local artists' work. Gallery
hours are Tuesday through
Saturday from 10:00 a.m.
until 4:00 p.m. Call the
Dragonfly at 981-1100 for
more information. This event
is hosted by the Santa Rosa
Art & Culture Foundation.

SBA announces
Patriot Loan
The U.S. Small Business
Administration (SBA) today
began accepting applications
from lenders on behalf of
borrowers in its new Patriot
Express Pilot Loan Initiative
for military community
entrepreneurs. Patriot
Express is a streamlined loan
product based on the
agency's highly successful
SBA Express Program.
Patriot Express is available to
military community mem-
bers including veterans, serv-
ice-disabled veterans, service
members leaving active duty,
Reservists and National
Guard members, current
spousesof any of the above,


and the widowed spouse of a
service member or veteran
who died during service, or
of a service-connected dis-
ability.
More than 150 banks
have already been approved
to participate in Patriot
Express.

USS Nimitz seek-
ing shipmates
The USS Nimitz (CVN-
68), Association is looking
for shipmates (ship's compa-
ny, staff, squadrons and
detachments) who served on
board the Nuclear Attack
Aircraft Carrier for a ship's
reunion in Nashville, Tenn.
The Nimitz is currently


deployed to the Persian Gulf
in support of Operation Iraqi
Freedom. For more informa-
tion contact Joe Brunner at
waldoj@cox.net. or (619)
466-2132 or log onto
www.ussnimitzassociation.or
g for membership.

Beach Safety
Cards available
The Santa Rosa County
Tourist Development Council
has recently produced and
printed Beach Safety Cards.
These cards discuss the flag
system, rip currents, etc. If
you are involved in rental of
resort accommodations in
Santa Rosa County and
would like to have a supply


of these for your guests sim-
ply stop by the Navarre
Community Center, 1917
Navarre School Rd. (the road
next to the Post Office),
Navarre between 9 and 5,
Monday through Friday or
call 939-3267 for informa-
tion.

City of Milton
meetings
Historic Preservation
Board will meet in regular
session tomorrow, August 9,
at 5:30 p.m. in the Council
Chambers at City Hall, 6738
Dixon Street. Meeting is
open to the public, Contact
983-5440 for more informa-
tion.


Primerica promotes Vasquez


to regional vice president


Primerica Financial
Services announced today
the promotion of Margarita
Vasquez to Regional Vice
President.
In making the announce-
ment, John Addison, Co-
Chief Executive Officer of
the Company, stated, "I am
pleased to announce that
Margarita Vazquez has
joined this exceptional group
of leaders.
Margarita's success is a
barometer of the number of
people that Primerica has
helped prepare for a more
secure financial future - and
that's what we're all about.
Thanks to dedicated
leaders like Margarita,
Primerica is an industry
leader, providing real finan-


cial solutions to more than
six million clients.
In response to the news,
Margarita said, "I'm very
gratified by this promo-
tion-it means that a lot of
long hours and hard work
have begun to pay off.
"But the most satisfying
aspect of being a Primerica
representative is knowing
that you are helping other
people take control of their
personal finances.
"I look forward to
expanding our business in
order to serve even more
people in the community."
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located at 6478 Highway 90,
Suite C; Milton, FL, and the
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recognized for its innovative
program that improves the
care of patients near the end
of life or with life-threaten-
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the nation that have made
great strides in palliative and
end-of-life care.
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ed by the Robert Wood


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Princeton, NJ and are spon-
sored by the American
Hospital Association, the
American Association of
Homes and Services for the
Aging, the American
Medical Association and the
National Hospice and
Palliative Care Organization.
Covenant Hospice is one
of eight organizations hon-
ored this year by the Circle
of Life Award Program.
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Local


MAN
Continued from page one
from the vehicle, running
about 100 yards away before
Devine, Kersey, and sheriff's
deputies chased the man,
tackling him in the woods.
Reports say Greene
broke away from officials
while being taken back to the
ambulance and was caught
again. He was placed in the
ambulance with leg restraints
-and handcuffs following the
escape, for his own protec-
tion.
Sheriff's officials says to
date, no one has been charged
in the incident. Sawders and
witnesses told deputies it was
self-defense.
Reports say Greene is in
ICU at West Florida hospital.
He underwent surgery
Saturday and was diagnosed
with a fractured skull and
minor bleeding inside his
head. His injury is reported to
not be life-threatening.
Deputies say they were
not able to interview Greene
about the fight because of his
physical condition.


Lifeguard Paramedic Chris Devine and Operations Supervisor
James Chalmers work on a patient Saturday following a fight on
Punjob Rd. in East Milton.
Press Gazette photo by Lynne Hough


Skatepark will be closed for maintenance


Skaters will have to find
another place temporarily to
try their aerial maneuvers and
tricks.
The Milton Skate Park,
which has attracted people
from all over the region, will
be closed for up to three
weeks and maybe longer once


school begins on August 20
for improvements to soil ero-
sion problems.
According to Donna
Adams, City of Milton City
Manager, the erosion has been
a problem since the skate park
opened.
She notes that because the


skate park was built on a hill,
there is nothing to stabilize the
soil.
"We just can't get that soil
stabilized," says Adams at
Monday night's city council
meeting.
There will be no repair
to the skate park itself.


Temp courthouse


modulars may be


placed on Oak St.


During Monday night's
City of Milton Executive
Committee meeting, council
members discussed a pro-
posed agreement between the
city and county for use of Oak
Street by Santa Rosa County
for courthouse modulars.
Council members voted
and approved to decide on this
potential agreement during
next week's regular session
meeting.
According to Roy
Andrews, City of Milton
Attorney, the county is placing
the proposed modulars
because they have run out of
room, and they have added
judges because of the increase
in population.
The modular, which will
be placed on Oak Street
between Willing Street and
Elmira Street, will be one
large building and used as a
clerk's office to keep track of
case files, particularly crimi-
nal cases.
The proposed agreement
between the city and county
states that the county agrees
that such use is temporary and
the County shall continue with
its efforts to plan, locate, and
construct a permanent replace-
ment courthouse that will not
utilize Oak Street. The agree-
ment also states that the tem-
porary authorization shall be


for a period not to exceed five
years from the date of the
agreement and may be extend-
ed only by the prior written
agreement of the parties. "I
think five years is long
enough.. .that's it, they need to
have a courthouse by then,"
says Thompson.
Guy Thompson, Mayor of
the City of Milton, says the
city wanted a simple agree-
ment for first refusal on the
land between Pine Street, Oak,
Willing, and Elmira to build
an amphitheatre and park for
the residents. "Our residents
are not happy," says
Thompson.
One of the residents who
are not happy about the pro-
posed agreement is Theresa
Messick, who lives on Pine
Street. "We (residents who
live in the Historical District)
would like to keep the street
open. We don't want it closed
up," says Messick, who also
owns a house on Oak.
Messick plans on starting
a petition against having the
modular placed by the court-
house and hopes that as many
people as possible will sign it.
"No one is coached into sign-
ing."
Messick also plans on
speaking with county commis-
sioners and says, 'they are
very open-eared."


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Jim Fletcher, Interim Publisher
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Lynne Hough, Associate Editor


Viewpoints


6A Wednesday - August 8. 2007 The Santa Rosa Press Gazette Milton, Florida


GUEST VIEWPOINT ["0\.Au wfpQco0T


Potential growth



or potential risk?

By KYLE HOLLEY
Special to the Press Gazette
Potential is everywhere as growth drives the local economy even during this
most recent correction in the real estate market.
Currently the trend across Northwest Florida is to expedite the production of
workforce housing. Many counties have developed incentive programs for devel-
opers, allowing higher density bonuses if the sales price of the homes do not
exceed limits set by the Florida Housing Finance Corporation's index: 189,682
in Santa Rosa County.
The Commission, with the help of SRC Planning and Zoning Staff, has put
its best foot forward at a critical time in the development of our County. While
specific performance standards for approved projects have not been translated
into working code, allowing Planning and Zoning Staff to negotiate quality
design elements like private parks or green spaces, developers and landowners
have rushed to the table.
The incentive-higher density zone change-can now be achieved without
waiting for confirmation from the Department of Community Affairs in
Tallahassee. Formerly, all Future Land Use Changes had to be cleared with the
State Agency and could only be applied for twice a year.
Managing growth at a slower rate allowed Planning Departments a fair
chance at balancing policy development and implementation with requests for
new approvals, education of the public and quality planning.
Planning staff needs time to integrate performance standards for these proj-
ects before a new problem develops. One area neighborhood has concerns about
a new workforce housing development that they believe falls under some of Eglin
Air Force Base's Low level entry and egress access points.
Silver Strand, LLC, has applied for the density bonus on a 54 acre piece of
property at the end of Nichols Lake Rd. in the American Farms Community north
of Yellow River and north of Eglin.
It is important to note our Planning and Zoning department has guidelines for
these projects with regard to any wetlands and did exclude from eligibility any
property falling within our Military and Public Airport Zones.
Santa Rosa's Joint Land Use Study resulted in amendments to the code that
included overlay maps surrounding our Navy's OLFs and Whiting Field, limit-
ing high density growth. Residents of American Farms are concerned the Santa
Rosa County Land Development Code does not integrate any flight patterns asso-
ciated with Eglin Air Force Base. Residents are aware a Tri-County Joint Land
Use Study is currently in the works to determine areas that should be protected
around Eglin.
Okaloosa County is leading the project. Their Growth Management
Departmentreports the study will not be ready for 18 months.
Residents in the area along Douglas Drive, just west of Silver Strand's pro-
posed development, can confirm both the new Osprey Special Forces aircraft
assigned to Hurlburt Field and the low flying (500 feet) MH-53 Pave Helicopter
fly over the area of the new development regularly and most often at night.
Residents are concerned if the housing project is built, both the new residents
and the Special Forces Training Operation will be at increased risk, weakening
the military-civilian relationship upon which our local economy depends.
Residents want the Local Planning Board and the Commission to deny the
density bonus for the property until our Planning Department receives the work-
ing tool it will need.
Potential Growth or potential risk?
Our Viewpoint: We cannot guide our growth from the future. We must do
it now. Smart growth obviously applies to Santa Rosa County. We welcome the
ammenities, but curse the traffic. We applaud our population numbers as they
climb, but demand smaller class sizes for our children. Subdivisions are cropping
up all over the county, but are we requesting support of the developers to ensure
a safe place for all children in all those families, to play? Are there sidewalks or
bicycle lanes near those roads we are filling with people traveling to and from
work and school?
What about our military bases? Are we building homes so closely to them
that we will end up squeezing the bases out entirely? Is anyone looking at the
economic impact on our community if we chase the military away-is anyone
seriously looking, before it's too late?
Growth cannot be stopped. We have welcomed and encouraged industry and
business to make our county their home. Our citizens are employed with these
companies and everyone benefits when the average salary range increases.
We must ensure the quality of life remains high in Santa Rosa. Our law
enforcement and fire departments and emergency medical services are important
to that end, right along with class sizes and recreational amenities for the pop-
ulation. Right along with our military bases and military friends. Right along
with environmental issues.
As a community, it is everyone's responsibility to help guide this growth.


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By WALTER WILLIAMS
Global warming has become a
big-ticket item in the eyes of its
supporters. At stake are research
funds, jobs and the ability to con-
trol lives all over the globe. Most
climatologists agree that, over the
last century, the Earth's average
temperature has risen about one
degree Celsius.
The controversy centers around
the source of the temperature
change - manmade or natural
causes. Global warming alarmists
hold the view that it's manmade
emissions of C02 that's driving cli-
mate change, and they seek to sup-
press any dissent suggesting other
causes.
According to the July 16
Washington Times, Michael T.
Eckhart, president of the American
Council on Renewable Energy
(ACORE), sent a threatening mis-
sive to Marlo Lewis, senior fellow
at the Washington, D.C.-based
Competitive Enterprise Institute,
which read: "Take this warning
from me, Marlo. It is my intention
to destroy your career as a liar. If
you produce one more editorial
against climate change, I will
launch a campaign against your
professional integrity. I will call
you a liar and charlatan to the
Harvard community of which you
and I are members. I will call you
out as a man who has been bought
by Corporate America. Go ahead,
guy. Take me on."
The Environmental Protection
Agency, Department of
Agriculture, Department of
Commerce and the Department of
Energy are all members of ACORE.
Sen. James Inhofe, R-Okla., rank-
ing member of the Environment


and Public Works Committee, held
hearings on the matter. Following
the hearings, the senator sent letters
to the agencies asking them to
"reconsider their membership in
ACORE."
Speaking at the American leg of
Live Earth: The Concerts for a
Climate in Crisis, Robert F.
Kennedy Jr., the son of the late
Robert F. Kennedy, said, "Get rid of
all these rotten politicians that we
have in Washington, who are noth-
ing more than corporate toadies."
Referring to skeptics of manmade
global warming, he said, "This is
treason. And we need to start treat-
ing them as traitors." Traitors are
either shot or imprisoned. I wonder
which Robert Kennedy has in mind
for the skeptics.
University of .Oregon's George
Taylor holds the title of state clima-
tologist. Oregon Gov. Ted
Kulongoski wants to take that title
from Taylor. The governor said
Taylor's skepticism interferes with
Oregon's stated goals to reduce
greenhouse gases, the accepted
cause of global warming in the eyes
of a vast majority of scientists.
Earlier this year, the Weather
Channel's Dr. Heidi Cullen called
for the decertification of weather-
men who were skeptical of man-
made global warming. Grist
Magazine's staff writer David
Roberts said that his solution for the
"bastards" who were members of
what he termed the global warming
"denial industry" is, "When we've
finally gotten serious about global
warming, when the impacts are
really hitting us and we're in a full
worldwide scramble to minimize
the damage, we should have war
crimes trials for these bastards -


some sort of climate Nuremberg."
"Global warming driven by
greenhouse gas pollution (but ulti-
mately by greed, racism and lying)
is killing our Planet" says an article
in Media With Conscience. It goes
on to say, "Our Planet, the Earth -
is under acute threat from Climate
Criminals threatening the Third
World with Climate Genocide and
the Biosphere with Terracide (the
killing of our Planet)." Sen. Inhofe
maintains a website citing these
and other many examples of attacks
on skeptics of manmade global
warming. (See
http://epw.senate.gov/public/index.
cfm?FuseAction=Minority.Blogs&
ContentRecord_id=04373015-
802a-23ad-4bf9-c3f02278f4cf)
This kind of sup-
pression of different ideas and dis-
sent is simply the tip of a much
larger iceberg that has many of its
roots on today's college campuses.
Suppression of ideas is far more
dangerous to our civilization than
manmade global warming - real
or imagined.
Given the horrible history of
brutal attempts to silence people
who have different ideas or dissent
from the conventional wisdom,
those of us in the academic and sci-
entific communities ought to open-
ly repudiate and condemn the
efforts to silence global warming
skeptics.
This is particularly so in light
of the mounting evidence that man-
made C02 emissions have little or
nothing to do with climate change.
( S e e
http://epw.senate.gov/public/index.
cfm?FuseAction=Files.View&File
Store_id=c5el6731-3c64-481c-
9a36-d702baea2a42)


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Even the
BY Cynthia Hall Clements
Driving through a red state
recently -- quickly en route
from one purple state to another,
since red is not a good color for
Democrats -- I spied a bumper
sticker on a pickup truck that
frightened me. The driver had
placed it immediately below the
compulsory gun rack and rifle in
the back window, which was my
first omen to drive a little faster.
The sticker proudly pro-
claimed, in red and blue letters:
"God, Guns, and Guts: Keep
America Free," advocating some
creepy concoction of religion, the
Second Amendment, and
American nationalism as the die
hard formula for religious and
political freedom. Presumably, a
"real" American owns a gun and
a Bible, and is willing to use both
to hurt others.
Doubtless some, hopefully
not too many, agree with this
delusional driver. Maybe he
thinks we should just shoot (muti-
late, incapacitate, or kill, take
your choice), people or countries


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military has had
(ethnic groups, other faiths, what- preachers, the shepherds of the
ever) who disagree with or oppose flock, extended the character
us (not me, but the driver and others assassination to imply that patriot-
like him), in God's name and ism was synonymous with faith.
because of his command, and label God wanted us to vote
it "patriotism?' Republican, for national security
Well, hallelujah, throw another reasons they sermonized from
hot dog on the grill, and shoot off their pulpits. Any less, any differ-
some fireworks because we're ent and we were disloyal to the
Americans, after all, compelled to nation, to the military, and to God
export our worldview, by force if Almighty Himself, pastors thun-
necessary. dered. Come to the altar and
For too many months, now repent of your sins of unpatriotic
morphed into years, since 9/11, we thoughts and acts. Hear the stan-
-- as in, nearly the entire country -- zas of "God Bless America" in the
have believed, eagerly like sheep background?
led astray, the fabrications, the lies But numbers -- those dam sta-
of George W., Dick, et al, that if we tistics-- sometimes add an element
don't support their plan in Iraq, then of irrefutable truth and rationality
we were somehow less of an to a debate, where both were pre-
American. Did they even have a viously missing.
plan, or like children losing a board Roy Dawes, professor of
game, did they change the rules as political science at Gettysburg
they went along? I think the latter. College in Pennsylvania, found in
The White House gang was the a recent study of those affiliated
determiner, with W. THE supreme with the military whether active,
decider of who was, and who was- retired, or reserves -- in five South
n't a true American, and they equat- Atlantic states (Florida, Georgia,
ed support for the war with support North Carolina, South Carolina
for the troops. Equally-willing and Virginia) that while they sup-


enough
port the war, they are less inclined to
support the president's handling of it.
Military folks, say the troops are
doing a good job, the president, not
so much.
Dawes chose these states to sur-
vey because they are traditionally
and consistently supporters of
Republican presidential candidates,
so called "friendly" states. Also,
there is a significant military pres-
ence there about 60 military bases
and other installations -- nearly 13
percent of the nation's total. Dawes
reasons, if anyone is going to support
the president's policies in Iraq, it will
be in these states, but his research
says it's not so.
Now there's proof, empirical evi-
dence that chose fighting the war
have a different opinion on how it's
going from those managing it. "Get
the bleep out" is not the same thing
as "stay the course."
Dawes concluded, "Given these
findings, that there is disapproval or
dissatisfaction with the President's
performance in these 'friendly' areas,
we can be confident that such senti-
ments among those affiliated with the


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Business Review


Nim's Garden is a Milton restaurant benchmark,


with authentic quality Chinese cuisine for 16 years


By OBIE CRAIN
ocrain@srpressgazette.co
For 16 years now David
Nims and his staff of experi-
enced chefs and servers have
been flirting with the ethnic
eating habits of those in the
Milton-Pace areas and beyond
who have a passion for quali-
ty, expertly prepared Chinese
dishes.
They know their cus-
tomers, and their customers
know them! In fact, they have
become so tuned to the trends
of their customers' favorite
selections that one rarely, if
ever, needs to substitute a
selection for the exact item he


ities that one gets at Nim's
Garden, and it makes the
dining experience for the
customer so much more
enjoyable.
Nim's Garden is a family
business, and as such
involves many of David's
and Sun's family members.
This also makes it a "family
conscious" business which
translates into a deeper
understanding of other fami-
lies and their particular
habits.
From one family to
another, Nim's Garden
comes closer to bridging the


make it hard to really decide
what to order!
Seafood means shrimp
lobster sauce (jumbo shrimp,
toss-fried with mushrooms,
water chestnuts, and green
peas in egg sauce), Beijing
Shrimp (Jumbo shrimp with
mixed vegetables in light
garlic sauce), and Shrimp
Hunan Style (jumbo shrimp
and baby corn, mushrooms,
water chestnuts and broccoli
in house hot spicy sauce).
Making a selection becomes
more and more meaningful!
Side dishes of vegeta-
bles, fried rice or noodles,


Nim's Garden is a unique place to eat. Its quality, expertly prepared Chinese food and friendly
service are all part of its 16-year tenure in the Six Flags Shopping Center in Milton. With features
that are often imitated, but never duplicated, the restaurant specializes in pleasing your Chinese
ethnic appetite. Some of those responsible for your superb dining experience at Nim's Garden
are Owner David Nims (center), his wife Sun (right), and David's brother-in-law and Chef Cuong
Tien Loc (left). Photo by Obie Crain


Nim's Garden not only
offers an extended, full-serv-
ice menu for dinner, but has
a selection that fits the bill
for busy shoppers or midday
business people who desire a
lunch buffet with an almost
inexhaustible selection to
please most anyone's tastes.
Eighteen such items
appear on the luncheon
menu, served from 11 a.m. to
3 p.m., including Sweet &
Sour Pork, Broccoli Beef,
Moo Goo Gal Pan, Almond
Chicken, Cashew Nut
Chicken, Shrimp Lobster
Sauce, Sesame Seed
Chicken, and General To's
Chicken, among many oth-
ers.
In keeping with the cus-
tomers' convenience which
David and Sun highly
respect, Nim's Garden is
open seven days a week.
Sunday through Thursday,
they are open from 11 a.m. to
9 p.m. On Fridays and
Saturday, they remain open
a half hour longer until 9:30
p.m.
The prices are also
affordable. The lunch buffet
is served Monday through
Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3
p.m. for the attractive price
of $5.95.
The dinner buffet
Monday through Sundays
from 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. is
offered for the low price of
only $7.95.
And don't forget. Carry-
out is available. Just ask
about it before you go, or
call (850) 626-6467 before
you arrive.
You're welcome any


time at Nim's Garden. The
eating environment is
intriguing with an elevated
section overlooking the floor
below. For many customers
the split-level arrangement
is one of the restaurant's
most attractive features.
Both David and Sun are
usually in the restaurant,
seeing that the customers'


needs are fully met and then
some!
The extra courteous
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This comes not only
from some 28 years of expe-
rience catering to the public
in the food service industry,
but from intuition and the
special relationship that the
folks at Nim's Garden have
developed with their loyal
customer clientele.
Established by David
Nims in 1991 at 8538
Highway 90 near the central
section of Milton's Six
Flags Shopping Center,
Nim's Garden Chinese
Restaurant was only the sec-
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restaurant to call Milton
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And needless to say, it
caught on and flourished.
Nim's Garden is one of
a kind, a restaurant with
offerings that have been
imitated but never duplicat-
ed, in the estimation of
those customers who fre-
quent it on a daily basis.
"We decided early on to
let our food speak of our
reputation," David said
about the extensive, full-
service menu that Nim's
Garden offers in an environ-
ment that some say is "...fit
for an emperor!"
To David, Nim's
Garden is not just a means
of making a living. It's a
means of expression and
communication with a
clientele that he and his wife
Sun consider their extended
family. True, they may not
know each one of their cus-
tomers by name, but they do
remember faces and habits,
and it shows in the service.
For the most part
they've succeeded in mak-
ing each customer feel spe-
cial.
Who doesn't like it
when their favorite habits
are attended to! A favorite
place to sit, remembering
what you drink, a genuine
friendliness that just can't
be artificially manufactured!
Those are some of the qual-


gap in family eating prac-
tices than most any other
restaurant or cafe in town.
And with dozens and
dozens of different dishes
offered on a daily basis, any-
one who knows and appreci-
ates Chinese food can eat
regularly and never "bum
out" because of repetition.
David knows that variety is
as much a staple as the food
itself and prepares specials
on a regular basis that appeal
to a wide majority of diners.
Chef's specials on the
dinner menu will at once
arouse interest and stimulate
an appetite. From the
Mandarin Combination
which consists of jumbo
shrimp, beef, and chicken
with mixed Chinese vegeta-
bles in a special brown
sauce, to the Happy Family
Basket, a delightful blend of
scallops, shrimp, chicken
and roast pork with Chinese
vegetables served in a hand-
made golden basket, the
diner will enjoy a prolonged
adventure.
Sweet and sour pork,
Mongolian pork, pepper
steak, Hunan beef, beef with
spicy garlic sauce and beef
with mushrooms will also


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soups are also available.
Children are not forgot-
ten either!
Fried chicken and fried
shrimp, both of which come
with French fries or rice, are
served at considerably
reduced prices and have
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work is one of the surest
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But in the event that
you've procrastinated too
long, they will be happy to
take care of any problems
that might have already
occurred and explain in terms
that you can understand what
needs to be done next. You
see, engine repair and diag-
nostics are major among their
specialized services.
And you can rest assured
that your automobile is in
good, experienced hands


when you leave it at Emerald
Coast Automotive &
Accessories. They know their
business!
Both "Rogers" are fully
trained with years of experi-
ence in some of the largest
automotive dealerships in the
industry. There's no substi-
tute for the detailed, hands-
on experience gained from
working with Ford and
Chevrolet agencies and sev-
eral other independent shops
and major fleet operations.
It's been less than two
years now since Kell and
Pack teamed up to open their
own business. But from a fol-
lowing of satisfied customers
they have cultivated this year
and last, there's plenty of evi-
dence that they're quite good
at what they do.
Although they are still not
equipped to perform align-
ments, they say they are seri-
ously considering it in the
near future. Likewise, they
do not sell tires, but they've
begun testing the waters as to
whether or not it would be
feasible to begin stocking
them.
"It has taken a while to get
the business established, and
we're still making fundamen-
tal decisions about how to
manage it," Kell said. "The
opportunity to enlarge is at
hand, and we're studying
how and when to expand and
widen the business. More
than likely tires and align-
ments are in our future, but
not right now."
There's plenty of retail
space and existing work stalls
ready when they decide to
make use of them, he said.
Most common mainte-


nance and repair tasks are
available. And although they
don't sell tires, they are
equipped to rotate those on
your vehicle now. Pretty
much all the other automo-
tive services are available,
though, including tune-ups,
brake jobs, oil changes, trans-
mission flushing and service,
and all forms of air-condi-
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When Kell and Pack
decided to go into business
on their own, they each
pooled his area of expertise
and decided they would
"divide" the management and
workload. Kell still works
"up-front" and does the
administrative tasks of order-
ing parts and other necessary
paperwork, while Pack
supervises the actual automo-
tive repair activities. Veteran
technician Jason Stansfield
helps man the stalls and
shares the pride they all have
in the Emerald Coast
Automotive & Accessories'
reputation for quality
mechanical services.
"But we both know the
business inside and out,"
Pack says of the partnership,
"and from time to time we
both get our hands dirty in
the pursuit of doing what we
do to make the customer
happy. And we've been fortu-
nate to have the steady
growth that we've had. It was
our goal to start with, not to
have any dissatisfied cus-
tomers, and we've developed
a good track record!"
And "Roger" to that! "We
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echoed. "With both of us
having a sound background
in the automotive repair
industry and the knowledge


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work in our own partnership,
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But each will agree there's
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Housing from 1951 - 1987.
Marine-Base Housing
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Contaminated with
Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) for
Nearly 30 Years Says Federal
Health Agency
ATLANTA - Water in the
drinking water system for the
Tarawa Terrace family hous-
ing area at U.S. Marine Corps
Base Camp Lejeune, North
Carolina, affecting possibly
75,000 residents, was contam-
inated with tetrachloroethyl-
ene (PCE), a dry cleaning sol-
vent, during the period
November 1957 through
February 1987, an analysis by
the Agency for Toxic
Substances and Disease
Registry (ATSDR) concludes.
The Department of Health
and Human Services (HHS)
has determined that PCE may
be a carcinogen. But the
effects of consumers' expo-
sure to drinking water contam-
inated with PCE are not
known. Some health studies
have found adverse effects in
occupational settings.
However, exposure to PCE
alone typically does not mean
a person will experience
adverse health effects. Many
factors determine whether
people experience adverse
health effects due to chemical
exposure, such as dose, the
duration of exposure, expo-
sures to other chemicals in a
lifetime, and overall state of
health.
ATSDR estimates as many
as 75,000 residents lived in the
family housing units. On aver-
age, families lived in base
housing about two years.
The maximum concentra-
tion of PCE in Tarawa Terrace
drinking water was estimated
to be about 200 micrograms
per liter. The U.S.
Environmental Protection
Agency's (EPA) maximum
contaminant level of five
micrograms per liter during
the period.
The contamination
occurred because the solvent
leaked into the Tarawa Terrace
drinking water system from an
off-base dry-cleaner. In 1987,
the Tarawa Terrace water
treatment plant was discon-
nected from the base's drink-
ing water supply system
because of contamination.
The analysis of the
Tarawa Terrace drinking water
system is part of Aster's epi-
demiological study at Camp
Lejeune. The study will focus
on babies born during the peri-
od 1968-1985 up to the time
that they were one year old.
PCE is in a class of chem-
icals known as volatile organ-
ic compounds, or VOCs.
Some scientific literature has
associated VOCs with birth
defects and childhood cancers,
such as spina bifida, anen-
cephaly, cleft lip, cleft palate,
leukemia and non-Hodgkin's
lymphoma.
Former Camp Lejeune
Marines and their families
who resided in family housing
at the base are encouraged to
get routine physical and mon-
itor their health for any
changes.
Former Camp Lejeune
Marines and their families can
find the levels of PCE and
PCE degradation by-products
in the drinking water serving
their homes in Tarawa Terrace
by visiting the ATSDR Web
site at
www.atsdr.cdc.gov/sites/leje-
une and entering the dates
they lived in Tarawa Terrace
housing from 1951 to 1987.


United Way of Santa Rosa County is
"cramming the van" for the upcoming school
year and they are asking for the assistance of
Santa Rosa County residents.
This week, the following places of busi-
ness will continue receiving school supplies
to help ensure every child starts school with
the materials they need for a successful
school year: Pea Ridge Office Depot, Pea
Ridge WalMart, Gulf Breeze Office Depot,
Gulf Breeze WalMart, Navarre WalMart and
Milton K-Mart.
The school supply list consist of #2 pen-
cils, eraser caps, large pink erasers, washable
magic markers, thin magic markers, high-
lighters, Crayola crayons, colored pencils,
wide-ruled loose notebook paper, college-
ruled loose notebook paper, Elmer's school
glue, glue sticks, Fiskars blunt scissors,
Fiskars pointed scissors, zipper pouch for
pencils with holes for binder, rulers with cen-
timeters and inches, compasses, protractors,
3x5 index cards, folders with pockets and
prongs, single subject wide rule spiral note-
books, single subject college-ruled spiral
notebooks, construction paper, plastic school
boxes, pens-blue, black and red, erasable
pens-blue, black and red and black and
white composition books.
Dianne Presley-'of United Way of Santa
Rosa County says applications and eligibility
requirements are available at United Way of
Santa Rosa County, Inc., Children's Services
Center, Family Resource Program, Jay First
Assembly Daycare, Pace and Santa Rosa
Chambers of Commerce, Gulf Breeze and
Navarre Chambers of Commerce, Navarre
United Methodist Church, Santa Rosa County
Health Department & WIC, Children's Home
Society/Healthy Families, Escarosa, Santa
Rosa Community Clinic, Community Life
Center, Gulf Breeze United Methodist
Church, Fleet & Family Suport Center
NASWF and Interfaith Ministries.
Presley says supplies which aren't dis-
tributed to children will be donated to local
schools. School supplies will be distributed
on Friday, August 17 between 9 a.m. and 3
p.m. at the United Way office at 6568
Caroline Street in Milton. The Cram the Van
program is a collaborative effort of the United
Way of Santa Rosa County, Early Learning


Top Photo: Hayley Hinote volunteering to help Cram the Van from Pace High Anchor Club.
Above Photo: Dianne Presley of United Way outside Office Depot receiving school supplies for children and taking appli-
cations for students to receive the materials.

Coalition and the Family Resource Program. United Way Cram the Van is sponsored by WEAR-TV 3,
For more information contact Presley at 623-4507. Sandy Sansing, and WalMart.



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Taminco workers provide community service


Wednesday-August 8, 2007


Under the supervision of
Arnold Skipper. several fel-
low employees of Taminco
placed sod at the East Milton
ES reading garden.
The company donated
the several pallets of sod to
complete the garden area.
Shortly before school
ended this last term, teach-
ers, master gardeners, stu-
dents and community volun-


teers worked to create the
garden on the school
grounds.
A longtime dream of
retired media specialist,
Peggy Skipper, the reading
garden will give all students
and teachers a pleasant and
serene place to take some of
their lessons outdoors.
The garden was planted
with flowering shrubs, native


plants and several varieties
of flowering annuals.
Even with the very dry
weeks of the early summer
the garden flourished,
thanks to the dedicated
watering by the Skippers.
Many times after leav-
ing work at Taminco, Mr.
Skipper stopped by the
school to water the plants
and tend to the garden.


Transporting sod into the garden area on ATVs made work much easier for Taminco employees.


Taminco volunteers prepared garden area for placing sod at the reading garden.


Continuing the commu-
nity support, the group of
Timinco workers spent sev-
eral hours of their free time
to lay the sod and give the
finishing touches to the read-
ing area.
East Milton Elementary
School officials say their
work is very much appreciat-
ed, and will be enjoyed by
everyone.


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Florida Master Gardener
Program launches revamped
web site
Master Gardeners help
more than 813,500
Floridians with their garden-
ing problems every year.
Now, Master Gardeners
are getting a little help in the
form of a new web site. it
was launched by the Florida
Master Gardener program
recently to benefit those with
an interest in gardening.
Located at
hort.ifas.ufl.edu/mg the site
provides Master Gardener
volunteers and county agents
with a source for updates on
the Florida Master Gardener
program, new research and
teaching tips.
With more than 4,000
volunteers throughout the


state, the web site provides
timely and cost-efficient
communication to its volun-
teers.
New features include:
-UF environmental
horticulture research
updates
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statewide calendar of events
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"There is something for
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celebrate 50th Wedding Anniversary


The children of
Reverend Fred and Jackie
Rogers, along with the con-
gregation of Milton First
Assembly of God, request
your presence for the
Rogers' 50th wedding
anniversary celebration on
Saturday, August 18, 2007,
any time from 2 to 4 p.m. at
Milton First Assembly of
God, located at 6163
Dogwood Drive.
Cards are welcome, but
at the request of Pastor and
Sister Rogers, in lieu of
gifts, please make donations
to the Family Life Center.


Cox graduates BIT in
Georgia
Army National Guard
Pvt. Benjamin B. Cox has
graduated from basic
infantry training at Fort
Benning, Columbus, GA.
During the nine weeks
of training, the soldier
received training in drill and
ceremonies, weapons, map
reading, tactics, military
courtesy, military justice,
physical fitness, first aid, and
Army history, core values
and traditions. Additional
training included develop-
ment of basic combat skills
and battlefield operations
and tactics, and experiencing
use of various weapons and
weapons defenses available
to the infantry crewman.
He is the son of
Benjamin F. Cox of Andrews
Mill Road, Tallassee, Ala.,


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Cox attended Jay High
School.
Purcell graduates BCT
in South Carolina
Army National Guard
Pfc. Joshua D. Purcell has
graduated from basic combat
training at Fort Jackson,
Columbia, S.C.
During the nine weeks of
training, the soldier studied
the Army mission, history,
tradition and core values,
physical fitness, and received
instruction and practice in
basic combat skills, military
weapons, chemical warfare
and bayonet training, drill
and ceremony, marching,
rifle marksmanship, armed
and unarmed combat, map
reading, field tactics, military
courtesy, military justice sys-


He is the son of David
Purcell of . Avenida 15,
Pensacola Beach, FL.
Delorenzo graduates
training in NJ
(FHTNC)--Coast Guard
Seaman Anthony B.
Delorenzo, son of Margaret-
R. and Robert J. Delorenzo
of Navarre, FL., recently
graduated from the U.S.
Coast Guard Recruit Training
Center in Cape May, NJ.
During the eight-week
training program, Delorenzo
completed a vigorous train-
ing curriculum consisting of
academics and practical
instruction on water safety
and survival, military cus-
toms and courtesies, seaman-
ship skills, first aid, fire
fighting and marksmanship.


A mnijor cmpha - is also
placed on plihsscal limess,
health and ellness.
Delorenzo aind other
recruits alko received in'ruIc-
tion on the Coast Guard's
core values - honor, respect
and devotion to duty - and
how to apply them in their
military performance and per-
sonal conduct.
Delorenzo will join 36,
000 other men and women
who comprise Coast Guard's
force.
To reinforce the team
concept, Delorenzo, and other
recruits were trained in pre-
venting sexual harassment,.
drug and alcohol awareness,
civil rights training, and the
basics of the work-life bal-
ance, as well as total quality
management.
Delorenzo is a 2003
graduate of Navarre High
School of Navarre, Fla.


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"Every word of God is pure: he is a
shield unto them that put their trust in
him. " -Proverbs 30:5


Attention Churches
This is just a reminder that all copy & photos
to be published on the Kornerstone page
must be turned in no later than the
previous Friday at 5 p.m. for publication on
Wednesday. We want to publish your infor-
mation, but remember, it is first come, first
serve. You may submit it by fax (623-2007),
email (church@sr-pg.com) or bring the copy
by the office at 6629 Elva Street,
behind Regions Bank.


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Dear Pastor Gallups, "Didn't Jesus say that there is no
limitation on what genuine faith and prayer can do?" L. N. -
Pace
Dear L.N.,
Yes and No. It is my opinion that several passages, such
as Matthew 7:7; 21:22; John 14:12-14; and 1 John 3:22-23
are often mistakenly understood to mean that God places no
restrictions whatever on what we should be able to receive in
response to our prayers. People are often made to feel guilty
or "unspiritual" if their prayers "are not answered."
But, think for just a moment with me. If there were no
limitation on the things we could receive from God through
prayer, why would Jesus say, "Blessed are those who mourn,
for they will be comforted. Blessed are those who are perse-
cuted because of righteousness, for theirs is the kingdom of
heaven"? Why did he warn his disciples about coming suf-
fering and persecution at the hands of evil people if all of this
could simply be avoided by prayer and faith?
In other words, if our lack of faith is all that stands in the
way of our having whatever we want, we should never be
mournful, persecuted, or suffer hardship.
But that was not what Jesus promised, and His disciples
did not receive everything they might have wanted or
expected in their lifetime. Just as Jesus had no permanent
place to "lay His head", the apostles suffered persecution and
hardship, and eventually all of them were martyred.
But rather, I think these passages assume that we will
pray in humble, childlike faith with sincerity, out of genuine
love, with righteous motives with perseverance, and in sub-
mission to God's Sovereign Will.
I believe the purpose of Jesus' teaching in these passages
was that our prayers and thoughts become more and more
spiritually mature.
When we pray this way, we won't make selfish, unspir-
itual or improper requests. Also, we will be so in tune with
the Holy Spirit and His directing of God's Will that we will
be satisfied when His plans prove to be different than we
hoped they would be.



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WEDNESDAY

August 8, 2007
Section C


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Football season is not far around the corner as area high school teams took to the field for the first official day of practice across the
state of Florida on Monday. (Above) Pace linemen are seen working on a step-by-step approach of getting past a block in an effort to
reach the quarterback as quickly as possible. (Below) Milton High Assistant Coach Chaffin Marsh is seen talking to a couple of line-
men about their blocking techniques and what they need to do to be more effective with their line play. The Santa Rosa Press Gazette
will be publishing the 2007 edition of the High School Football section on August 29 to help you prepare for the upcoming high school
football season.
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Football heats up


By BILL GAMBLING . "
Press Gazette Sports Editor
With the morning sun .-
Monday you could hear whis- M .. .
tles, grunts, and words of . ,' *
encouragement along with a
couple of shrieks as coaches
wondered what some players
were doing as the first official
day of football practice got
underway.
"I was very pleased. The
kids came in ready to go and
in good shape,"' said Milton
Head Coach Mike McMillion.
"I think this is a sign of a pro-
ductive summer condition .
program. . .-
It was a good first day." . . ,
Just west of the Panthers'
Den the Patriots of Pace were
setting up camp as they got .
started as well.
"It felt real good to get out
there today," said Pace Headu
Coach Mickey Lindsey. "I was -
really pleased with how things
went this morning. .
"It is an exciting time
when you start preparing for
the season ahead."
This season is a little dif- .
ferent than most for the coach- ........
See, FOOTBALL, Page 2C


The Wolfpac gets offensive


Weekley finishes


in a tie for 30th

7 Ben Bates ties for 30th on the


Nationwide Tour
By BILL GAMBLING
Press Gazette Sports Editor
Tiger Woods roared to life
shooting a five under par 65 to
win his third consecutive
WGC -B ridgestone
Invitational at Firestone
Country Club in South Akron,
Ohio.
Woods came into the day
in second place behind Rory
Sabbatini, was the only golfer
to finish the tournament below
par at eight under.
Sabbatini and Justin Rose
finished the tournament in a
tie for second at even par.
Former Milton-grad Boo
Weekley finished the tourna-
ment in a tie for 30th at eight
over par.
Weekley started strong
with a two under par 68 on
Thursday was erased when he
carded an eight over par 78 on
Friday.
Five of those strokes came
when Weekley carded a nine
on the par four 18th hole.
Weekley are double-
bogeyed holes six and nine.
He rebounded on Saturday


Shaun Cumberland is eyeing his
teammates in Montgomery.


in Witchita Open
with an even par 70 despite a
double bogey on No. 13.
Sunday saw three bogeys
and a birdie as Weekley the
round two over to close out
the weekend.
Finishing tied with
Weekley were Carl Pettersson,
Brett Wetterich, John Rollins,
Richard Green, and Ian
Poulter.
Joe Durant, who assisted
Milton's Bubba Watson with
the 50th Annual Divot Derby,
finished in a tie for 14th at five
over par.
Durant started the tourna-
ment at four over par on
Thursday and rebounded with
a 67 on Friday.
His round of 73 was aided
with a triple bogey early in the
final round on the third hole of
the tournament.
Finishing tied with Durant
were British Open Champion
Padraig Harrington, Aaron
Oberholser, . Mark
Calcavecchia, Stuart Appleby,
and Rod Pampling.
On the Nationwide Tour
See, GOLF, Page 2C


return today to face his former


By BILL GAMBLING
Press Gazette Sports Editor
Chattanooga must be just
where the powers in baseball
wanted Shaun Cumberland to
be.
Since i
his trade
just over a
week ago .
from the
Tampa Bay
Devil Rays
to the
Cincinnati
Reds,
Cumberland
has batted Gindl
.409 in six
games by going nine of 22 at
the plate with five RBIs.


Cumberland, who was the
278th pick overall by the
Tampa Bay Devil Rays in the
10th round of the 2003
Amateur 'Entry Draft, was
hoping his bat would improve
as he had just over a month
left in the Southern League's
season.
Chattanooga is currently
two and a half games behind
Huntsville for the second half
lead in the Northern Division
of the Southern League.
Oddly enough
Cumberland will return to face
his former teammates in
Montgomery for a five-game
series starting today.
Cumberland is not the
See, BASEBALL, Page 2C


Special to the Press Gazette
The Pensacola Wolfpac hit
the road and took care of busi-
ness to keep their playoff
hopes alive by defeating the
Gulf Coast Panthers 38-7 in
Bronson, Fla.
It didn't look so good at
the start for the Wolfpac as
Chris White mishandled the
opening kickoff giving the
Panthers the ball on the 20
yard line.
But the Wolfpac turning
the Panthers away from enter-
ing their den made a huge
defensive stand.
Another turnover was
even more costly, as Cassidy
Moore lost the handle at the
Panthers 45 as Gulf Coast
took no time at all as one of
their defenders scooped up the


ball and returned it 55 yards
for the score to put them on
top 7-0.
From that point on it was
all Wolfpac starting in the sec-
ond quarter as Moore and
Stephen Calhoun led the rush-
ing attack.
Pensacola's ground game
set up a 17-yard pass from
Ken Johnson to Pace's Krei
Levy, but a failed two-point
conversion meant the Wolfpac
were still trailing 7-6.
On their very next posses-
sion the Wolfpac went back on
the prowl as Moore redemmed
himself with a touchdown to
help give Pensacola a 14-7
lead.
From that point on it was
all Wolfpac thanks to a strong
defensive effort.


Bruno Mendez and Ari
Houston gave Pensacola
excellent field position as they
sacked the Gulf Coast quarter-
back.
Pensacola took a 22-7
halftime lead as David
Jennings capped off a huge
drive with a 15 yard run.
Setting up Jennings' touch-
down were completions by
Johnson to Moore and Levy.
In the second half it was
more Wolfpac as Tommie
Evens got things started with
an interception.
The Wolfpac switched
quarterback in the second half
and got off to a rather slow
start as Josh Apple had some
troubles finding the handle as
he fumbled two consecutive
snaps forcing Pensacola to


punt.
But the defense was not
discouraged to say the least as
they kept the Gulf Coast
Panthers on a very short leash
offensively.
When the Wolfpac got
going again offensively it was
Carmelos Colley pulling in a
35 yard touchdown pass from
Apple as the game was now
getting out of reach with
Pensacola leading 30-7.
The final score of the
game came when the Wolfpac
See, WOLFPAC, Page 2C
Pensacola Wolfpac quarter-
back Ken Johnson running for
daylight in the Pac's 38-7 win
over the Gulf Coast Panthers.
Photo courtesy of Paul Marini
and Ray Camp of Sportshots
of Northwest Florida


Lookout Cumberland


has formula for 409


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Wednesday-August 8, 2007


Sports


Sprint Cars to race Southern


Special to the Press Gazette
The O'Reilly Auto Parts
United Sprint Car Series
Southern Thunder Tour
invades Southern Raceway in
Milton, Florida for the second
time this season on Saturday
night, August 11th. The event
is the final scheduled appear-
ance of the 2007 this for the
worlds fastest and most pow-
erful short track race cars at
the high-banked 1/3 mile clay
oval located just off Highway
87.
Saturday night's event fea-
tures a full program of racing
for the exotic, 700 horsepower,
winged Outlaw style sprint
cars that weight just 1300
pounds.
The O'Reilly USCS sprint


car racing action includes test
and tune hot laps, the six car
six lap Lucas Oil Power Dash,
qualifying heat races and main
events including the 30-lap
O'Reilly USCS Southern
Shootout A-Main event.
The A-Main winner will
receive $2000 and it pays $250
just to start the A-Feature
event. Including posted bonus-
es over $2,500 is up for grabs!
All of Southern Raceways reg-
ular weekly racing divisions
are also on the racing card with
the O'Reilly USCS sprint cars.
Sprint car entries from five
or more states and as far away
as Arkansas are expected for
the special event. Pre-entries
include the April 7, 2007
O'Reilly USCS winner at


Southern Raceway, Terry Gray
from Bartlett, Tennessee.
For track information,
ticket pricing and directions
v i s i t
www.southernraceway.com or
call 850-623-2333. For
O'Reilly USCS rules and info
also visit the O'Reilly USCS
official website at www.usc-
sracing.com or call 404-886-
5913.
Terry Gray from Bartlett,
Tennessee heads a strong con-
tingent of winged sprint car
drivers expected from five or
more states into Saturday
night's O'Reilly United Sprint
Car Series "Southern
Shootout" at Southern
Raceway in Milton. Gray won
the series' first race at the
speedway on April 7th.


I __________________~.~~-.-~ 1Golf


Continued From Page One
Pace's Ben Bates finished in a
tie for 30th at the Preferred
Health Systems Wichita Open
at the Crestview Country
Club.
Bates, who opened the
tournament with a four under
par 67, carded a three over par
74 on Saturday.
Saturday was the only
round of the tournament where
Bates did not finish the day


below par and when he carded
three bogeys and a double
bogey along with two birds.
Finishing in the tie for
30th along with Bates were
Keith Nolan, Mike Lavery,
Canadian Jon Mills, and South
Korean Jin Park.
Brad Elder walked away
with the tournament on
Sunday with a six under par 65
to finish the tournament at 19-
under par.


Baseball


Softball


fun in Jay

Several softball teams turned out for a co-ed soft-
ball tournament held at the Jay City Park to help
raise funds for Bo and Mary Lou Parker's adop-
tion of two children from Guatemala. The tour-
nament was broken down into two divisions and
provided the community with a day of fun, good
food and entertainment, while helping out a
good cause.
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin


MOW





114 '4


Continued From Page One
only former Pace graduate
who is enjoying a hot time at
the plate.
Caleb Gindl is yet to slow
down since being assigned to
the Helena Brewers.
Gindl leads the Pioneer
League by an amazing 41
points in batting average and
is the only player hitting
above .400 at .437.
In thirty games since
reporting to Helena, Gindl has
52 hits in 119 at bats with
three home runs and 30 RBIs.
Helena won the Pioneer
League Northern Division
standing and is currently 2-5
in the second half, which is
three games back of Great
Falls.
Gindl's former high
school teammate and Shaun
Cumberland's younger broth-
er, Drew Cumberland is bat-
ting .385 with three RBIs for


Wolf pac

Continued From Page One
tacked on a 45 yard touch-
down run halfway through the
fourth quarter.
Pensacola returns home
this Saturday to face their
local rival the Ft. Walton
Beach Falcons* at Myrtle
Grove Park in Pensacola at 7
p.m.
Saturday night is kids day


Football -

Continued From Page One
es as they have more practice
time available as the start of
the school year isn't until Aug.
'20 due to action taken by the
Florida Legislature.
"This might allow us to
work a little more on special
teams," said Lindsey. "We are
looking to make the best we
can with the time we have.
"We are still a long way
away from where we need to
be at the start of the season."
For McMillion, his
Panthers know what lies ahead
and they are working towards
back-to-back District titles in
the new District 1-4A that
includes themselves along
with Pace and Tate.
"We have a tough sched-
ule and district ahead of us,"
said McMillion. "Our kids
seem focused and ready to put
a lot of effort into reaching our
goals this season.
"With this extra time we
have there are so many more
organizational things we can
get done."
One factor every team
along the Panhandle will have
to, face is the extreme heat
indices, which are expected to
reach between 110 and 115


the Arizona Padres in the
Arizona Rookie League.
In 13 at bats Drew
Cumberland has five hits and a
.429 on base percentage.
The Padres are 5-3 as the
second half of the Arizona
League Standings and a game-
and-a-half behind the Arizona
Royals.
On the pitching side for-
mer Pace pitcher Bobby
Cassevah is 1-1 with a save
with 16 strikeouts since join-
ing the Cedar Rapids Kernels
of the Class A Midwest
League.
Cassevah, who is property
of the Los Angeles Angels of
Anaheim, has an ERA of 3.05
in 20.2 innings of work.
While he was property of
the Orem Owlz, the 34th
round pick of the Angels in the
2004 First Year Player Draft,
went 0-0 in six games with
4.32 ERA in eight and one-
third innings of work.


with all kids accompanied by
an adult admitted for just $2.
The Falcons enter
Saturday's game with a per-
fect 4-0 mark as this is anoth-
er must win for the Wolfpac.
Speaking of must win
games the Pensacola Lighting
look to end a two game skid as
they visit the Port City
Monarchs.


degrees this week.
"The heat for us today
wasn't a big negative," said
McMillion. "I think our condi-
tioning was the result of a very
productive summer and result-
ed in a good first day."
The 2007 edition of the
Santa Rosa Press Gazette
Football Tab will be published
on Aug. 29 and will feature
information, schedules, and
complete rosters for all foot-
ball teams in Santa Rosa
County.


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Page 3-C


Sports


Sports..


East Milton Youth
Soccer: Sign-ups for the
East Milton Fall Soccer
League will run through
Sept 1.
This league is for play-
ers U6 through U18.
Sign-ups will be held
from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
each Saturday at the East
Milton Youth Complex.
For more information,
contact the EMYA Soccer.
Director at 994-8510.
Futbol Club of Santa
Rosa Spring Soccer:
Registration is currently
ongoing for the fall recre-
ational season, online regis-
tration is available at the
FCSR website www.fcsan-
tarosa.com.
A fee is involved in par-
ticipation with this soccer
league, there is an addition-
al fee for team jersey.
Individuals interested in
coaching or assisting can
sign up on the volunteer
page while registering their
child or email vicepresi-
dent@fcsantarosa. com.
More information on the
recreational and select soc-
cer programs is available on
the club website.
East Milton Rummage
Sale: The East Milton Youth
Association Cheer and
Football departments will be
having a multi-family rum-
mage sale Aug. 11 from 7
a.m. to 1 p.m.
The yard sale will be
,held at Clark's Lock and
Safe on Berryhill Rd.
For further information
,call 723-7493.
Milton QB Club Fish
Ery:. Milton High School's
Quarterback Club is kicking
off the 2007 football season
with a Fish Fry/Membership
drive on August 17th from
5-7 p.m. at Milton High
School.
There will be scrim-
mage games starting at 7
p.m. between Milton's
Varsity, JV and 9th grade
teams.
Q u a r t e r b a c k
Memberships are $30 per


family and include 2 dinners
at the Fish Fry as well as
Preferred Parking at all reg-
ular home games.
Membership funds are used
to support our Panther
Football Team.
For more information
call 450-5655.
Stonebrook Golf
Tournament: Stonebrook
Golf Club will be holding a
men's invitational on Sept. 8
and Sept. 9
This tournament will be
an individual format.
For more information on
fees for members and nom-
members contact
Stonebrook Golf Club at
Milton Football
Reserve Seating: Reserved
seating for the 2007 Milton
Panther football season is
currently on sale.
Seats are $42 each and
covers all home varsity and
junior varsity football
games.
For more information
contact Milton High School
at 983-5600.
Panther Passes On
Sale Now: Milton High
School has announced
Panther Passes are on sale.
A Panther Pass is good
the purchaser and thier
immediately family to attend
all Milton regular season
athletic events.
Panther Passes are $175
and can be purchased at the
high school.
For more information
call 983-5600.
UWF to rasie funds for
Arthritis Foundation: The
University of West Florida
Men's and Women's Cross
country teams will be run-
ning for a cause on Friday,
August 17th when they par-
ticipate in the first annual
"From Jay to the Bay
Charity Relay".
The 30 UWF student-
athletes and coaches will
participate in this inter-
squad relay race to raise
funds for the local office of
the North Florida Arthritis
Foundation. "The Arthritis


Foundation helps a lot of
people in the Pensacola Bay
area, said UWF Head Cross
Country Coach Matt
Dobson. One of my goals
for the new team this year is
to see more community
involvement among the stu-
dent-athletes. I've had the
vision of this inter-squad
relay race for a long time
and I'm glad we are going
forward with it this year."
The runners will partici-
pate as co-ed teams and
start from the parking lot of
Cora Baptist Church in Jay.
They will run south on
Chumuckla Highway, turn
right onto Highway 90, go
across the Causeway and
end with a lap around the
UWF track. A distance of
approximately 32 miles.
The UWF athletes and
coaches will collect dona-
tions and pledges for the
next 2 weeks leading up to
the event. All money raised
will go directly to the
Arthritis Foundation. If you
are interested in donating,
please contact the UWF
Cross Country office at
850-474-2141. If you want
more information about
what the local Arthritis
Foundation can do for you
if you suffer with this dis-
ease, contact your local
office at 850-471-1541 or
800-578-7183.
Whiting Field
Tournament: Whiting Field
Golf Association 4-man
scramble is set for 8 a.m. on
August 25. This will be a
shotgun start with a comput-
er blind draw with "A", "B",
"C", and "D" players on
each foursome. Signup
sheets are posted at the
Whiting Field Clubhouse.
More activities can be
found at
www.srpressgazette.com
and look for the box called
'Things to Do'.
There you can check on
activities by zip code or
activity. And you are also
more than welcome to enter
your events there as well.


Milton's Chris Cotto wins



his sixth race of season


Special to the Press Gazette
The pain of an extra 10-
laps was worth it for Billy
Hoover, who won the 30-lap
West Florida Coatings
Sportsman Showdown race
Friday night at Five Flags
Speedway.
The feature was extended
from 20 to 30 laps and the
winner's purse was boosted to
$750.
That was plenty for the
dehydration Hoover endured.
"My legs are cramping so
bad I feel like 100 years old,"
Hoover said in Victory Lane.
Hoover started second
behind polesitter Randy
Thompson through the first 20
laps. Then he moved to the
outside of Thompson going
into Turn 3. As he came out of
Turn 4, Hoover turned low
and used the momentum to
pull alongside Thompson in
Turn 1. Coming out of Turn 2,
Hoover pulled away for the
lead on Lap 22.
Following a caution when
Jim Pokrant blew a motor
while running sixth, Hoover
held off Thompson over the
final eight laps for his fifth
victory of the season.
"My car was so good my
grandmother could drive it,"
Hoover said. "I didn't want to
run in the back of him. My car
kept getting better."
Logan Boyett took the
lead on Lap 9 and went on to
capture the 40-lap Pro Late
Model feature.
It was the second feature
win of the season for the 17-
year-old rookie.
He started fifth and
slipped low under polesitter
Mike Alexander Jr. going into
Turn 1 on Lap 9. From there
he pulled away and was never
challenged over the final, 31
laps.
Brandon Carlson started
sixth and worked his way to
second, while Alexander fin-
ished third.
Alexander, 16, of
Franklin, Tenn., is the son of
Mike Alexander, a former
Snowball Derby polesitter in


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11/2 laps for Cotto to pass
Reid for the lead. Thomas
Praytor finished second while
Scott Barbaric was third.
Wesley King won the 15-
lap Bomber feature for his first
win of the season.
Tony Mandel led early in
the race, but hit the wall on a
restart when he was tapped
from behind. As cars slowed,
King took the lead and he held
off points leader Brannon
Fowler the rest of the way.
Pete Kitchen was third, fol-
lowed by Danny Bums and
Michael Kitchen.
Fowler opened the night's
activities by winning the two-
week delayed Bomber feature,
leading all 15 laps for his fifth
win of the season. The race
was stopped after five laps two
weeks ago because of rain.
Fowler held off Michael
Kitchen and Bums.


LPro LateModeor s eaturs


Whiting Field Golf Course
W.F. Association
Dog Fight
Aug. 2, 2007

A Flight Net: 1. Emmett
Williams (69), 2. Terrance
Pullin, 3. (tie) Fred Roper,
Tony Williams, Reny
Robinson (71).
B Flight Net: 1. Bruce
Goodbred (70), 21. Edsel
Ward (71) 3. (tie) Rich
Hobbs, Don Kincaid, and
Muril Akkerman (73).

Dog Fight
Aug. 4, 2007

A Flight Net: 1. 1. Brandon
Taylor (66), 2. (tie) Mike
Hughes, Sam Copeland, and
Floyd Graham (68).
B Flight Net: 1. Gene Paulk
(63), 2. Roy Boyer ((66), 3.
John Albritton (67).

Upcoming event: Whiting
Field Golf Association 4-man
scramble is set for 8 a.m. on
August 25. This will be a
shotgun start with a comput-
er blind draw with "A", "B",
"C", and "D" players on
each foursome. Signup
sheets are posted at the
Whiting Field Clubhouse.

Wednesday Morning
Alley Cats
Oops Alley
Aug 1, 2007

High Game Women:
Laurie Smith - 190
High Game Team: B-J's -
448
High Series Women:
Tinaann Sjuve - 510
High Series Team: Cosmic
Katz - 1307
League Final Standings: 1.
Cosmic Katz 24.5-11.5, 2.
B-J's 20-16, 3. Pink
Flamingos 19-17, 4. Blue
Breds 18.5-17.5, 5. Miss
Fits 18-18, 6. Lonesome
Dove 8-28.
League Notes: Three
ladies earned USBC
Awards, Jane Orosz
bowled a 172 with an
average of 118 to earn a
160-179 award; Tinaann
Sjuve bowled a 182 game
and 510 sereis with an
average of 138 to earn
awards for a 500-599
Series and 180-189 game;
Laurie Smith bowled a 190
withan average of 137 to
earn a 180-189 award. The
Alley Cats winter league
will get underway on Sept.
5, starting at 9 a.m. Call
623-6807 for more infor-
mation.

Five Flags Speedway
Results for Aug. 3


Pro Late Model feature:
1. Logan Boyett; 2.
Brandon Carlson; 3. Mike
Alex nder Jr.; 4. Mike
Williamson; 5. Brandon
Odom; 6. Sammy
McMullen; 7. Hal Martin;
8. Ronnie Smith; 9.
Johanna Long; 10. Vance
Noland; 11. Ron Joyner;
12. Shannon Jackson; 13.
Ron McDonald; 14. David
Poole
Sportsman feature: 1.
Billy Hoover; 2. Randy
Thompson; 3. James
Ziniewicz; 4. William
Kitchen; 5. Gary
Robinson; 6. Kenneth
Hatcher; 7. Bubba
Winslow; 8. Michael
Ledlow; 9. Tina Davidson;
10. Sean Slye; 11. David
Holland; 12. Chris Pike;
13. Justin Huggins; 14.
Chris Bryant; 15. Jim
Pokrant; 16. Wayne
Burkett; 17. Thomas
Faddis; 18. Chris Palmer
Super Stock Feature: 1.
Chris Cotto; 2. Thomas
Praytor; 3. Scott Barbaric;
4. James Kimbrough; 5.
Steve Campbell 6. Jessie
Reid; 7. Earl Polk; 8. Mike
Moore
Super Stock Heat #1: 1.
*Thomas Praytor; 2. James
Kimbrough; 3. Steve
Campbell
Super Stock Heat #2: 1.
Chris Cotto; 2. Jessie Reid;
3. Earl Polk
Bomber Feature: 1.
Wesley King; 2. Brannon
Fowler; 3. Pete Kitchen; 4.
Danny Burns; 5. Michael
Kitchen; 6. Rick Grimes; 7.
Tom Colleli; 8. Daryl
Lynchard; 9. Watler
Amacker; 10. Robert
Kanning; 11. Barry Litner;
12. Brandon Burks; 13.
Travis Silcox; 14. Brandin
Sidner; 15. Tim Holland;
16. Jacob Boughton; 17.
Sam Mellema; 18. Andy
Duke; 19. Shannon
Warren; 20. Tony Mandel;
21. Brandon Lee; 22.
Bobby Williams
Bomber Feature: (comple-
tion of interrupted race) --
1. Brannon Fowler; 2.
Michael Kitchen; 3. Danny
Burns; 4. Pete Kitchen; 5.
Robert Kanning; 6.
Shannon Warren; 7. Sam
Mellema; 8. Daryl
Lynchard; 9. Andy Duke;
10. Brandn Lee; 11.
Brandon Burks; 12. Jacob
Boughton; 13. Chip
Bonds; 14. Steve Sidner
Bomber Heat #1: 1.
Michael Kitchen; 2. Pete
Kitchen; 3. Barry Litner
Bomber Heat #2: -- 1.
Tony Mandel; 2. Brannon
Fowler; 3. Wesley King


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


Saturday-August 4, 2007


the 1980s, and was making his
first trip to Five Flags in
preparation for the Snowflake
100 in December.
Mike Williamson was the
fastest qualifier, but he had to
start 12th by virtue of winning
the previous feature. He
worked his way to fourth,
while Brandon Odom was
fifth.
The race had only one
caution and that came after the
first lap when David Poole hit
the Turn 1 wall hard.
Chris Cotto won his sixth
Super Stock feature of the sea-
son. He quickly pulled behind
polesitter Jessie Reid at the
start of the race. He stayed on
Reid's bumper until taking the
lead v, h a low pass in Turn 1.
But the caution came out
during that lap so the order put
Reid back in the lead.
Following the restart, it took









Wednesday-August 8, 2007


Sports


Pan 4 A-r


(Abo e',i Houston Smith is seen using a Texas wedge from the first cut around
the 13th green during the Triple Play Tournament at Tanglewood Golf and
Country Club. (Right) Lee McGinnis is seen blasting his way from the bunker
behind the 13th green. (Below) Danny Locklear is seen watching his putt
a:tem-n: at 113 roll towards its intended target.
Photos by Bill Gamblin


All


Tanglewood


Triple Play


Tournament
1 st Flight 2nd Flight


(Above) Gene Clark is seen putting during Saturday's Triple Play Tournament at Tanglewood Golf
and Country Club. (Left) Virginia Smith is seen making an outstanding wedge shot from the sand
trap on the 13th hole. (Below) Billy Lusk is trying to make the best of his short game following an
approach shot to avoid a water hazard.
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Court of Santa Rosa County,
Florida, on the 1 21h day of July,
2007m in the cause wherein
BLACKWATER EAST CORPO-
RATION was plaintiff and
WEST DIOG DISPOSAL, LLC
AND LOREN BERENS were de-
fendants, beiug Case No.
57-200-CC 186l in said
court I Wendell Hall, As Sher-
iff of anta Rosa County, Flor-
ida, have levied upon all the
right, title, and interest of the de-
fendants WEST DIG DISPOSAL
LLC AND LOREN BERENS in
and to the following described
personal property, to wit:
DESCRIPTION OF PROP-
ERTY
1993 PETERBUILT TRACTOR
VIN NO:
1XPCD69X2PN331839
1999 ENTYRE TRAILER
VIN NO:
1E9270590XE111348
I shall offer this property for
sale, at east front door of ti he
Santa Rosa Criminal Justice Fa-
cility, in Milton, Santa Rosa
County, Florida, at the hour of
1:00 p.m. on theth day of
September, 2007, Or as noon
thereafter as possible. I will of-
fer for sale all the said
defendant's, WEST DIG DIS-
POSAL LLC AND LOREN BER-
ENS right, title and interest in
the aforesaid personal property,
at pubic auction and wilt sell
the same, subject to taxes,
all prior liens, encum-
brances and p ud ments, if
any to the highest and
best bidder for CASH IN
HAND, The proceeds to be ap-
plied as far as may be to the
payment of costs and the satis-
actaion of the above described
execution.
WENDELL HALL i-iTF- OF
SANTA ROSA C 1-1u ' i:LOR-
IDA
By. /s/ Rosie Rogers
Rosie aogers
Deputy Sheriff
IF YOU HAVE A DISABILITY RE-
QUIRING SPECIAL ACCOM-
MODATIONS OR TO AR-
RANGE TO VIEW THE PROP-
ERTY, PLEASE CONTACT JAN-
ICE PLATT 18501 983-1281 AT
LEAST SEVEN 17] DAYS PRIOR
TO THE SALE DATE.
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Leg 8/859 terests are affected by the De- of appeal under rule 9.110 of 4 ESE Classrooms and renovate
eg apartment's action may also re- the Florida Rules of Appellate gang restrooms in main hallway All purchased items are sold as Young billy goats for
NOTICE OF INTENT TO quest an extension of lime to file Procedure with the Clerk of the is moved at the tin., I ln- ale. Nubian /'Boar mix.
CONSIDER AN ORDI- a petition for an administrative Department in the Office of All qualified architects inter- Sale is subject to i -.. : in
NANCE hearing. The Department may, General Counsel 3900 Com- ested in submitting a letter of in- the event of settlement between $35.00-$65.00 each.
for good cause shown, grant monwealth Boulevard, Mail Stao- terest may examine current con- owner and obligated party Of- 982-1796 or 957-4430
The reading and adoption of the request for an extension of tion 35, Tallahassee, Florida tract documents available in the fice number
the following proposed Ordi time. requests for extension of 32399-3000; and by filing a office of the Assistant Superin- 850-994-0033
nance by the Board of County time must be field with the Of- copy of the notice of appea ac- tendent for Administration,
Commissioners of Santa Ros ice of General Counsel of the companied by the applicable il-a 6544 Firehouse Road, Milton 080107
County, is scheduled tor 9.30 Department at 3900 Common- ing fees with the appropriate Florida 32570. Phone (850). 080407
am August 23 2007 in the wealth Boulevard, Mail Station district court of appeal Thpe no- 983-5123. To be considered, 080807
Commissioners meeting roomat 35 Tallahassee, Florida tice of r.1I must be filed letters of interest must be re- 081107 ;.
the Administrative Center 64953299-3000, before the appli- within , . from the date ceived on or before Friday, Au- 8/843 / . -'
Caroline Street Milton Florida cable deadline. A timely re- when tI- i-.:.i rder is filed with nust 10, 2007 at 11:00 a.m., ____ .-"_ :"
' ' quest for extension of time shall the Clerk of the Department. local time at the above address, --
AN ORDINANCE ESTAB- oll the running time period for Requests for review before the and b: :I.:.1 labeled in the
LISHING A DIRECT CON- filing a petition until the request Land and water Adjudicatory lower lit,. - corner of the en-
TROL AREA FOR THE AREA is acted upon If a request is Commission must be field with velope, Letter of Interest - Ar-
DESCRIBED AS WESTPORT filed late, the Department may the Secretary of the Commission chitectural ServicesVarious0
DRIVE, REQUIRING ANY still grant it upon a motion by and served on the Department Schools". Competitive selection [ , -110
ANIMAL IN THE DESIG- the - i.. party showing within 20 D. ., )m the date and negotiation will be made in Publisher's MERCHANDISE
NATED AREA WHICH IS that '...:,,,: to rile a request when ihe ---.I:. :. -r is filed with accordance with the Florida law M CNI
OFF THE PROPERTY OF ITS for an extension of time before the Clerk of the Department. F.S. 287.055. Provide one orig- Notice i
OWNER OR PERSON RE- the deadline was the result of final and 4 copies of your pro- Freedom Communica- 3100 - Antiques
SPONSIBLE FOR SAID ANI- excusable neglect. The application is available for posal with the letter at interest. tions, Inc. (dba Santa 3110- Appliances
MAL TO BE UNDER DIRECT public inspection during normal At the minimum, the proposal s
CONTROL OF SAID In the event that a timely and business hours, 8:00 a.m. to to include Federal forms SF 254 Rosa s Press Gazette and 3120 - Arts & Crafts
OWNER OR PERSON RE- sufficient petition for an adminis- 5:00 p.m., Monday through Fri- and SF 255. All proposing firms the Santa Rosa Free 3130 - Auctions
SPONSIBLE FOR SAID ANI- trative hearing is filed, other day, except legal holidays, at are to make a 20-minute pres- Press) reserves the right 3140 - Baby Items
MALF PROVIDING FOR persons whose substantial inter- Department of Environmental entation on Friday, August 17, to censor, recassify, re 3150- Building Supplies
CODIFICATION- AND PRO- ests will be affected by the out- Protection, 160 Governmental 2007, starting at 1:00 pm., censor, reclssiy, re- 3150 - Building Supplies
VIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE come of the administrative proc- Center, Suite 201, Pensacola, and will proceed in the order vise, edit or reject any 3160 - Business
DATE. ess have the right to petition to Florida 32502-5794. that the proposals are received, advertisement not meet- Equipment
intervene in the proceeding. In- The projects are pendi ng its standards of ac- 3170 - Collectibles
These proposed Ordinances tervention will be only at the dis- 080807 ing and will be all awarded to c ta s so 3 mut
may be inspected by the public cre ion of the presiding officer 080807 one design professional. Pro- cotance. Submission of 3180 - Computers
prior to the above scheduled upon the filing of a motion n 8/861 fessional liability insurance is advertisement does not 3190 - Electronics
meeting at the Office of the compliance with rule not required. he Board re- constitute an agreement 3200 - Firewood
Clerk Courts, BOCC Support 28-106.205 of the Florida Ad- serves the ria to require Pro sa adver- 3220 - Furniture
Services Department, I 95 ministrative Code. fessional Liailty insurance at to publish ict adver- 3220- Furniture
Caroline Street, Milton, Florida _______�_the Board's expense. tisement. Publication of 3230 - Garage/Yard Sales
All interested' parties should In accordance with rules n advertisement does 3240 - Guns
take notice that i they decide to 28-1061112) and Leg. 8/862 The School District of Santa an advertisement does 320 - Gu Thins o Ea
appeal any decision made by 62-110.1,063jaf4,petitions IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Rosa County, Florida, reserves not constitute an gree- 3260 -Good Things to Eatss
the Board of County Commis tar an aministrative n FOR SANA ROSA the right to accept or rejectr any ment for continued publi- 3260 - Health & Fitness
sioners with respect to any mat. the applicant must be iled COUNTY FLORIDA PRO- or alproosals in whole or in cation. 3270 - Jewelry/Clothing
,or rmi',n hqefre so. :::. I . within 14 days of receipt of this BATE DIVISION a prt and o waive all informali- 3280 - Machinery/
, ,,, s ,, ,,-, , written notice. Petitions filed by File No.: 57-2007-CP-219 tes. Equipment
record atproceedings they ay peand otherthtanthee e Division Probate SCHOOL DISTRICT OF SANTA 3290 - Medical Equipment
appealir -F and for such ..:' ,witten notice under sec- IN REESTATE OF ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA 3300 - Miscellaneous
purpose :1. 11 need to insure lion 120.603 of the Florida MARY JANE STRAIN BY: John W ogers. Superin- 1120 3310 - Vusical Instruments
hou a -i:. recordd of the Statutes must be filed with 14 Deceased. te5Tdent of SchoolV M N O3 - a Insts rubns!
proceeding is made, which rec- daysot publication of the notic Deceased enen of Schl $AVE MONEY ON 3320- Plants & Shrubs/
ord shall include the testimony or within 14 days of such no- NOTICE TO CREDITORS 072507 GASOLINE! MAKE Supplies
and the evidence upon which tce, regardless of the date of 080107 MONEY ON GASO- 3330 - Restaurant/Hotel
their appeal is to be based. In publication. The administration of the estate 080807
erestednar es may appear t n . of May Jane Strale deceased, 7/807 LINEI IASK ME HOWlI! 3340 - Sporting Goods
he meedn andesmbe ear witUner section 120.63(3) of the osaryte of death was May Phone: (954)882-7629 3350 - Tickets (Buy & Sell)
resnpcect to ese proposed odi- Flori da Sta ues, however, any 12 2006 is pending in the Ci g. 8/841 Visit Us on The Web:
Le 8/861nces e rs on wh o has asked e De- nd the personal CASE NO. 57-2007-CP-73 ern courses in CL A
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S8/85 lesso tin e of publication. 32570. The names and ad- COUNTY FLORIDA driving care
The petitioner shall mail a dresses of the personal repre- PROATE DIVISION d a r to Of-
Leg 8/861 of the petition to the aplicant tentative and the personal CASE NO. 7-2007-CP-73 ferina courses in CAL Al
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STATE OF FLORIDA at he ime of filin Te failure All creditors of the decedent IN RE THE ESTATE OF payment options No rg- Miami, FL -Closes
DEPARTMENT OF ENVI- of any person to tile a petition and er erstrs of thei dcedain o S t r gCty 9 - Boats: '97es
RONMENTAL PROTECTION for an administrative hearing or an or demands aging claims LEROY WdeCKase 8 I R9onfer Larson tu '94 aie
NOTICE OF INTENT TO IS- pursue mediation as providedordemandsag ee l's Decease SLC i t 0 ionfs 9 4Boa
SUE PERMIT below within the appropriate estate on whom a copy of thiT info@americasdrivingocademy, 24ft. & more. 7% BP.
time period shall constitute a notice in required to be served NOTICE TO CREDITORS a m thLA
aThis int:,-, tt- --, permit File waiver of those rights. must file heir claims with this camuywww.LSA.cc.
heNo. ed f ion-001- o court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 The administratiN of the estate Become Dietar y
arena Dennis, who se address is A peition hadisp the MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF of Leroy W. Sack,eceased
K07a is n on addt sllh as pe:d authe tt 'd e ma- THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF whose date of death was May Manaer (-veraoe an--C
3077 CrumpeRoadn , Talahasti al fe action is n mch te Depart- THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF- 13, 2005, is pending in there nua sa i374 iou ton n
0.n0 acres of DEP nl i the followinginformation TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF Court for Sana Rosa eight mon hs in online a CTIONe
the construction ic e ctn of A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON County Fhorida Prob' e Diven
S. nce and . t . . he name and address of A THEM osin, the address of which is training program offered Fri A g. 10 6pm
hereby gatenla e s a eacir a cv ate cted and each nll or ther ers ce- P.O. Box 472,Milton, Florida by Tennesse Technology Preview Thrs 10-5 p
S petitin nor an admin uagency2s file or identification d sNT Rdoea nsDainSr s 32572 ten e na. nel - e .De On the auction tbock
istrative hearing is timely filed number i known cms or demands agnt dresses of the personal repre- www.ttcelizabethton.edu n ne. i udini re l owc-
under sections 120s569 and b) The name address and talel decedent's estate must file their tentative and t t he personal rep ianti furniture collect
12057 of the Florida Statutes aone number f te ptione claims with this court WITHIN 3 resentative's attorney are set (888) 986-2368 or e-mailble dolls c ks,
as provided below. he name address and tale MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF forth below. patricia.roark@ttcelizabethton, bas, dolsuclos ius
phe one number of he petiioners THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF many unusual items dram















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The project is located al 6443 representative, if any, which THIS NOTICE. All creditors of the decedent the local area.
Misty Lake Road in Mion on shall be the address for service ALL CLAIS NOT FILED and other persons having claims CONTROVERSIAL Something for everyone!
unnamed wetlands adjacent to purposes during the course of WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS or demands against decedent's FREE REPORT: The 7 Garrett & Garrett
Blackwate River, Cla - I he'proceed audin g, and an T SET FORTH IN SECTION estate on whom a coIy of this -
S 733 702 OF THE FLORIDA notice is required to be erved Great Lies about Net- Auction Co.
terms of the StateUnclassifed nation of how he petitioners PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR must e claims wih this work Marketing They W . Garrett
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85 et th e re ed ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF- pie to come to tmaem. 2 t 4-7453
5 a e - l Comnty ce hofle 2 1agencyodecision; TWO S2YEARS OR MORE AF- TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF ,-.suspectmarketing.com. 5% buyers premium.
The procedures for petitioning d) A statement of all disputed TER T SwDECEDENT'S DATE A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
for a hearing are seforth be- issues of material fact If there OF DEATH IS BARRED. THEM. Come see us!
lowre none, the petition must so in F The date of first publication of Allother creditors of the dec, e-
A person whose substantial - e A concisstatement of the ul- this notice is August 8, 2007. dent and other persons having Online Auction! Fore-
erests are affected by the De- imate fact teged, includi tnnaRepresent claims or demands against ld closed, bank ordered
apartment's acion may petition the specific facts that the pelti- c Atneyary n I ron c rsient th en e tt me feir at hn
an adminisrave proceed- oner contends warrant reversal ite IS claims with this court WITHIN Found Boxer off of Construction equipment,
int hearing under sections o. modification of the agency's R . Lane Lynchard MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF Ward Basin Rd. Call drum roller, sweeper,
120 569 and 120.57 of the proposed action; and . Attorney Br Jill Ann Morton THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF 723-3487
Flori daStatues The peton 11 A statement of the specific Florh i l da Bar No. 0ist n 124087 TH NOTICE. forklift, air compressor,
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3 5 ,rH,.. Flo rda d. ,. ai. .f,' r. ,a.uCeI- Jill A n n M o rto n
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Because he admiistrtiveherc posed achon.A A E Private Island - Fox
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ermm finagency action on Apetitiongthat does not dispuiet081507 TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE Island, NY 263+/-
theitl finheal i ag ing of a [to e material ftscans e dhich the 8/862 OF DEATH IS BARRED. .acre island in Lake On-
peitoin an adl inistrative " ... 1 action is based t dr tarioo 5,000+ - s.f. reno-
n--re n a odifi. ' , iano such facts are Leg. 7/798 of this notice is August u1, 2007. vated 8 bedroom 5 bath
Sofr , permit and lea se, in dspute and otherwise shall o ti n lodge (c 1905) 1/2
dit l Ire the dctaiv r by alive pl Aney forPersonan Rusprs2t
ion. c cai r o set arts avae ,as required by ING TO ADOPT REVISIONS t a.ie y f acr inland atk with
is advised noto commence rule 28-106.301. Under sac- TO SANTA ROSA DISTRICT Leslie N. Powell &adarm
construction o other activities ians 120.569(2c) and d of SCHOOL'S STUDENT PRO- Legal Services of North Florida, 2100- Pets 3,000 foot grassnd
under this ermit I- : I ie Floida Statues a petition GRESSION PLAN Inc.
the deadlines beic . administrative hearing must FOR 2007-2008 118 South Baye Street 2110 - Pets: Free to strip. Includes rare own-
pelihen for ir n .' ...... Jete stmsae d by the agency itPensacola FL 32302 Good Home ership of 27+/-acres of
-- -,- request or air eaten- he elhn dons not substan- Pursuant to Chapter 120 Plan FIldaBarN 0064386 2120 - Pet Supplies duck marsh. Incredible
. . e I i py m 1 I.. r d Statues, fiRe Santa Ro1sa 850) 432-8222 2130 - Farm Animals/ fishing and duck hunting
Si qiremen ts iors ....... -, : County School Board will hold a
Unde ul , . i' i, c t an - public Fhearing to consider the Personal Representative: Supplies retreat. Minutes by boat
ahe Flor da I.... isaciton is final and I' revisions, additions and dele- Beth Slack 2140 - Pets/Livestock from Cape Vincent, NY.
a person whose substariin' hedate filed wh . lions to the Student Proression 3024 Ronney Drive Wanted Selling at Absolute Auc-
fflf'' . of leri , f -il . ..-.. Peti- Plan far 2007-2008. Oe pr Navarre FL 2566 l o A G
S . r " '" tin aho r - 1 ..,-w. . . .p.ose of i ne chan us is to up -
da e existing Student Pro- 080107 tav Stickley Antiques sold
:i-r wilfnol gressioin Plan in accordance 080807 seprartoel tW z & As-
'. A iderfefldu wf lhr a legislative and State Board84l d 21
public heating is Aunust 23 at -800)5�1-3588,
1 , "- Tth' r-." ..' mitles an order 10:00 A.M. at the Santa Rosa Leg. 8/842 AKC miniature schnauzer Schrader Real Estate &
- - - - J i . ' ." I . ' . ha opli- County School Board Rooi, puppies. Home raised Auction Co Inc. NY
/i n i - , ~',to seek adi- 5086 Canal Street, Milton, Flar- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN e property. #32SC1, 028. Visit
- cli . . i order under ia. AND FOR SANTA ROSA rents on te if
se scton 120.68 of lie Florida COUNTY, FLORIDA Ready 7/20/07. schraderauction.com or
lus by fling o a ice Copies of proposed revisions, Case No. 07-316-CFMA $35000 Exceptinq de woltz.com,
additions, and deletions will be osits now.62 3-3744 or
available faor study and exami- IN RE The Forfeiture of:
., C7._nation at tlhe office of the Surer 0 276-5551 or 529-6250
1,4 Allintendant of Schools ein - Milon One 2004 GMC Yukon
- . ,,-' . -, I H p Florida from 8:00a.m. to 4:0d VIN# 1GKEC1 6ZX4J24'1948.
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2 07. BRUNO D. CANNELLA. 1 2110 1 1 3150 ]
JohSuperintencrno Schools AMENDED NOTICE OF Month old bull dog
p a of c . J n FORFEITURE PROCEEDING guppy. Free to aood METAL ROOFING.
08 0 07 072o TC a and . H ots, FronBone SAVE $$$ buy direct
1 > t ,080107 hTO:Brun D.iCa nnv la, 1724 F d eartguard up to from manufacturer. 20
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Sol7/798 claim an interest in one 2004 712-0935.� cesae Quick turn
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il t SERVICES Cntuti1724 Shellfish Drive, Navar w apycirecCm
6, .i -_ ,.INVITATION TO SUBMIT in the custody of the Santa Ronsa
PROPOSALS FOR ARCHI- County Sheriff's Office in Santa FREE Outside Pond
". TECTURAL Rosa County, Florida and a Goldfish 3" to 6" long.
.PROFESSIONAL DESIGN Complaint for Final Judgment of 850-626-7370
.4w � , SERVICES been filed in the -above styled Free to good home.
TO ARCHITECTURAL FIRMS: cause. Must be indoor. Black & F-
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Dated this 25th day of July, White cat found in the
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St. Augustine
Bermuda
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all us first, Saveime
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Hwy. 87 So. *Milton
626-8578


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Stucco
Licensed and Insured.
Conventional and Syn-
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too biq or too small. Call
698-8D327 or 629-9164





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Rachiel Phillips
Highest Quality Results
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Homes, Rentals,
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Licensed & Insured
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cell (850) 393-7276
Monday-Saturday
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Dependable
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Seeking'
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References available
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Concrete
Mike Kaylor
Cement Mason
*Patios *Driveways
*Walks
Free Estimates
No job too small. Qual-
ity work at affordable
noces.
9 4-0897




Raymond's
Handyman Service
Drywall, texture,
painting, decks,
doors & windows
686-1717
Rod Huffman
Licensed Handyman
(850) 776-1823




Coker's Lawn &
Tractor Service. From
trimming to tractor work.
Clean-ups, raking, haul-
ing, mowing bushhogg-
ing, dirt work. Reasona-
ble rates free estimates.
(850)623-0493.
Licensed & Insured.


Superior
Landscaping
Certified Landscape
Profesiciional
We specialize in:
*Sprinkler Systems
*Complete Flowor Bed
D,'-n. and Insltallation
..-. 1. ,, ,,
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the ..... 11, ,
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Licensed & Insured
Jon Fain,
S . ' ' ator


Music Teacher with Mas-
I '..i,.. in Music now
. . I . childrenn i.-..'
iNe0 piano students f.i -I..
'00,-2008 school ",nr
Locutedi in Pace '
1 " 1 ho l lesson.
'6'. 0018


(800U462-2UUU,
ext.600. (8am-6pm Alta
Divorce, LLC. Established
1977.

METAL ROOFING.
SAVE $$$ buy direct
from manufacturer. 20
colors in stock with all ac-
cessories. Quick turn
around! Delivery Availa-
ble.. (352)498-0778 Toll
free (888)393-0335
code 24.
www.GulfCoastSupply.
com.


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king comforter
blue stripes fo
almost new. 9

WANTED: i
To Show Off (
Lifetime Exteric
Call Now to s
home qualifies
(8001961-854
(Lic.#CBC01C


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dies and kids. 1-10 Gar-
con Flea Market, Exit 26,
indoors. Iron sets, wood
sets, drivers, fairway
woods, wedges and club
re air.
*Saturday & Sunday
9am-5pm
Sanchez Golf Shop


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r $30.00,
95-5050

0 HOMES
Our New
or Paint. DI1.
ee if your
s. EMPLOYMENT
47.
)111) 4100 - Help Wanted
4110 - Restaurants/Clubs
4120 - Sales
4130 - Employment
- - Information


Leber's Paint &
Trim LLC
Licensed & Insured Call
for Free Estimates.
Interior Painting, Trim
Work, Pressure washing.
Exterior Painting.
850-206-5370




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B & B Home
Improvements
25 years experience.
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& Insured. Call anytime
(850)981-3936 or
(850)346-3007
"No ob too small!"




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Grinding & Tree Service
Free Estimates
Best price quaranteed!!l
15% Senior Citizen
Discount
Specializing in hard to
reach areas, any size
stump removal & root
pruning. Licensed &
Insured. 850-292-9192
Family owned and
operated.
Tree Service
ADVANCED TREE
REMOVAL
Trees: Trimmed/Removed
Licensed & Insured
Free Estimates
24 hour service
(850)3243203
Serving Santa Rosa for
15 yrs.

OTHE SERVICE


TNT Metal
Building, Inc.
R.V. & Boat covers, ar-
ages, portable sheds,
eCAARPORTS
Call for best
prices in town!
alvanized Steel
.' I i '- /colors
I:n.11.... -vailable
F, Jd. 'I 1 . & setup
(8501 983-2296 or
Call: 850) 206-4008
TNT Metal
Building, Inc.
R.V & Boat covers, gor-
ages, portable sheds,
"P CARPORTS
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"Can You Dig It?" Dental Assistant
Heavy Equipment School. needed immediately for
3wk training program. busy practice in Milton.
Backhoes, Bulldozers, Experience preferred but
Trackhoes. Local job not required. Please call
placement asst. Start dig- 623-0379 for more infor-
ging dirt Now. Call motion.
(866)362-6497 or
(888 707-6886.
Driver
"Can You Dig It?"
Heavy Equipment Local Dump Trk
School. 3wk training Driver wanted.
program. Backhoes, Bull- '00-Pete-Tri Axle Truck.
dozers, Trackhoes. Local Need Class A-CDL-Clean
job placement asst. Start MVR. Local work, some
dipping dirt Now. Call weekends. Call
866 362-6497 or 850-623-4146
888 707-6886.

ACT NOW! Sign-On Driver: DON'T JUST
Bonus 36 to START YOUR CA-
45cpm/$1000+wkly $0 REER, START IT RIGHT!
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3 mos OTR CDL training in 3 weeks.
(800)635-8669. Must be 21. Have CDL?
Tuition reimbursement!
ACT NOW! Sign-On Bo- CRST. (866)917-2778.
nus 36 to
45cpm/$ 1000+wkly $0 Driver: DON'T JUST
Lease/$1 .20pm CDL-A + START YOUR CA-
s635-8669. REER, START IT RIGHT!
(800)635-8669. __ Company Sponsored
CDL training in 3 weeks.
Carpenter helpers Must be 21. Have CDL?
needed with at least 1 Tuition reimbursement!
year experience. Must CRST. (866)917-2778.
have transportation. Call
554-2068.
Driver-BYNUM
Comfort Inn in East TRANSPORT- needs
Milton now hiring experi- qualified drivers for Cen-
enced maintenance and tral Florida- Local & Na-
experienced housekeep- tional OTR positions.
ers. Must be mature re- Food grade tanker, no
sponsible & dependable. hazmat, no pumps, great
Only serious applicants benefits, competitive pay,
may apply. Apply at new e uipment.
Comfort inn in East (866)GO BYNUM. Need
Milton 2 years experience.


Driver-BYNUM
TRANSPORT- needs
qualified drivers for Cen-
tral Florida- Local & Na-
tional OTR positions.
Food grade tanker, no
hazmat, no pumps, great
benefits, competitive pay,
new equipment.
(866)GO-BYNUM. Need
2 years experience.


Drivers

CARRIERS
The NW Florida Daily
News is looking to fill
several regular routes
and on-call substitute
openings in the follow-
ing areas:
* Shalimar
* Sandestin
* DeFuniak
Springs
* Crestview
* Walton
County
* Okaloosa
Island
All positions require
valid driver license,
clean driving record,
dependable transpor-
tation and proof of auto
insurance.
A applications accepted
on - Fri 9am- 4prnm,
200 NW Racetrack Rd,
Ft. Walton Beach. No
phone calls.
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Name Change 55
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* Spacious Kitchen & Dining Area with custom cabinets
SArchitectural Shingles � Vinyl Exterior Trim
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Drivers - Regional
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$1100+/wk 100% Co.
Paid Benefits. Paid Train-
ing! 1 yr. OTR req'd.
CaII John @ Waggoners
(912)571-9668.
Earn $800-$3200
Monthly to drive brand
new cars with ads placed
on them.
www.AdCarDrive.com
GREAT FIRST JOB!!
18-25 Coed. Must be
able to travel. $500
si!n-onl No Experience
Necessary. Will train. Ex-
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800 988-0650,
877 KAY-CREW.

Handy man. Experi-
enced or no experience.
626-8973.

Help Wanted. Experi-
enced weight loss coun-
selor. Call Tor an appoint-
ment. 994-6840
Holiday Inn Express
now hiring for Front
Desk Associates, Part
time, training provided.
Must be maure, re-
sponsible & dependa-
ble with good customer
service skills.
Only serious applicants


Older experienced
caregiver for elderly.
Looking to assist your
loved one inyour home.
850-981-3937
Notice: Post Office
Positions Now Availa-
ble. Avg. Pay $20/hour
or $57K annually includ-
ing Federal Benefits and
OT. Get your exam
guide materials now.
866)713-4492 USWA
Fee Req.
Notice: Post Office
Positions Now Availa-
ble. Avg. Pay $20/hour
or $571 annually includ-
in Federal Benefits and
OT. Get your exam
quide materials now.
866 713-4492 USWA
Fee Req.


Now Hiring! Concrete
Cutter Helpers Good
pay. Major medical, va-
cation pay, holiday pay.
Experience not
necessary. 572-9749.

Other
Carpet Installer
needed. Experience
preferred, pay depend-
ing on experience. Call
Randy 712-9578
OTR drivers deserve
more pay and more
sometime! $.42/mile!l
Home weekends and dur-
ing the week. Run our
Florida Region! Heart-
land Express
(800)441-4953
www.hearllandexpress.com.
OWNER OPERATOR
SOLOS-FLATBEDS.
$1 000 Sign-On Bonus,
Industry leading pay,
$250d-$30007Week!
Southwest Regional Runs,
2500-3,000
Miles/Week, Home
Every Weekend! Top In-
dustry CPMs! Excellent
Equipment, Top Benefits
Packae Avai able! FUEL
@ $1. 5/Gallon! Call
(888)714-0056.
www.newlinetransport.co
m.


nay applv. Appliy -i
person at Holiday Inn OWNER OPERATOR
Express, 8510 Keshav SOLOS-FLATBEDS.
Taylor Dr., Milton. $1,000 Sign-On Bonus,;
(Intersection of Hwy 87 Infustry leading pay,
and 1-10. Exit 31) $2506-$3000,7Weekl
626-9060. Southwest Regional Runs
2 D500-3,000
Insurance office Miles/Week, Home
needs Part-time Adminis- Even, Weekendl Top In-
trator Assistant. 1 .ear of. dlr) CPMs! Excellent
fice experience reqJied Equipment, Top Benefits
Fax resume a Package Available, FUEL
994-9223. @ $ 25,,Gallon' Call
($88)714Z-156
International Cul- ' r,,,5pO .O
tural Exchange Rep- '
resentative: arn supAd
plemental income pacing - o
and supervising high powhoin vadaoble No
school exchange stu- experience necessarv Ap
dents. Volunteer host la.T,- T- I / person Mondy -
ilies also - 0 .&sar om4:30pm.
mote world pa el 5 tr ee.SMl
(866)GC '-i.E or On-. ,EOE Drug Free
www.afice.org. Workplace:

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P/T Nannies
with current experience
and references in
childcare needed for
the following areas:
* Milton,
+ Gulf Breeze
* Pensacola,
Apply online at
SandcastleDomestic.com
or
850.471.1661
See our job posting at
emeraldcoastiobswest.com
WEB ID# 27756516

Personal Care/Service
Hair stylist
immediately needed.
Call 994-0468


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PHYSICAL THERAPY REHAP MANAGER-
FT, (M-F, NO WEEKENDS!) BS in Physical
Therapy with 1 yr of exp. FL license required,
Eval and treat OP and Acute patients.
SIGN ON BONUS!! Excellent benefits package.
Position available at
Jay Hospital Baptist Health Care Affiliate.


PHYSICAL THERAPY ASSISTANT
FT, (M-F NO WEEKENDS!) FL License, acute
care experience, orthopedic outpatients.
Administer therapy treatments CPR Certified.
SIGN ON BONUS!!
Excellent benefits package.

Position available at
Jay Hospital Baptist Health Care Affiliate.
For further info, please contact Chanda Gay in
Human Resources at 850-675-8069. Fax
resume to 850-675-8173 or can apply online at
www.ebaptisthealthcare.org.


turalnExchange Rep-
* resentative: Earn sup-


Centipede- dents. Voaunteer host tam-
St. Augustine lilies also needed. Pro-
Farn-i Direct mote world peace!
We Deliver (866)GO-AFICE or
434-0066 www.afice.org.
Looking for work


T TomThumb

Tom Thumb Food Stores is currently accepting
resumes and/or applications in the Panama City,
Santa Rosa, and San Destin stores.
Our convenience stores are proud to be a part of
The Kroger Co who currently operates nearly
800 convenience stores throughout the country.
We are looking for customer-oriented associates
that possess great communication and problem
solving skills.
We offer a competitive salary with an excellent
opportunity for career advancement. Our
extraordinary benefit package for full-time
employees includes major medical, prescription,
dental, life, tuition reimbursement and a 401(k)
Retirement Plan.
Our career opportunities currently full-time posi-
tions for:
Store Managers, Assistant Managers and
Managers in Training
Pick up an application at any Tom Thumb loca-
tion and reply to:
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Tom Thumb #134
2301 W. 1-g,--., - 390, Lynn Haven, FL 32444
Fax# 850-265-4940
deanna.taylor@tomt.com
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Restaurant/Food Service $234/Mo! 3BR/2BA
Cook Wanted HUD Home! (5% down
Part time at the Hurricane 20 years @ 8% apr)
Bar & Grill 623-6223 More Homes Available
From $199/Mo! For list-
R D wings call (800)366-9783
Route Driver Enxt 5669.
The Crestview Duplex 2BR/1BA.
News All electric. Kitchen
Bulletin equipped. CH/A. Gar-
is looking for a route bage, sewer and water
dis looking f a furnished. Wash-
driver wh dependable or/dryer hookups. Pet
transportation, and deposit. $300
cood driving record. dp.$50 rent. 6587B
Applicant must be able o de$45230 rent. -4658711.
to provide proof of St. 623-4811.
insurance, able to work
up to 6 hours in the AM P Bace apa en
on Wednesday and 1BD/1BA apartment.
Saturday and must ater (includes hot also),
able to lift 50 lbs This garbage and sewer fur-
s a Great Retiree Job. nishe. Nice yard, quiet
If interested please ap- area. Great for one per-
p ly at 295 W. James son or two people.
Lee Blvd, Crestview. $300/ma & $300/dep
995-A335
TRUCK DRIVERS: CDL
traiin . Up to
$20,000 bonus. Accel-
erate your career as a - -140--
soldier. Drive out terror- 2 Bedroom 1 bath du-
ism by keeping the Army plex in nice neighbor-
National Guard sup- hood in Milton. Washer,
plied, dryer and microwave in-
.il800-GOGUARD.com/truck. eluded. $625 per month
We're raising pay $600 deposit. 384-2076
for Florida regional 3 Bed 2 Bath House.
drivers Home every Ceramic Tile/Caret.
weekend! Home during $600 Deposit/$ 00
the week Solid weekly Month Rent. Available
'miles! 95% no touch! Pre- August 1. 982-2127
planned freightl $.A3 per
mile, hometime, money 3 Bedroom Home
morel Heartland Express bedrooms have hard-
(800)441-4953 wood floors. Two
www.heartlandexpress.com. baths/tile floors,
_______ living-dining combina-
tion/new carpeting.
_Large family
room/hardwood floor.
I- 4120 ~One-car
Sarage/washer-dryer
REAL PEOPLE Real hook-ups. Fenced back-
Wealth: Quit contem- yard.. e'rryhill Drive Mil-
platin change, reclaim ton. $950/Month. $950
your feed Endss deposit. 623-1975
prosperity with our sys- 3BR/2BA Foreclo-
te/training and your sure! $19, OOO Only
strong desire. $199/Mo! 5% down 20
www.prospeiyandpurpos years @ 8% apr. Buy,
5/BR $302/Mo! For list-
--- ins 800)366-9783 Ext

BSNS &, 3BR/2BA Foreclo-
Ssure! $19,000! Only
$199/Mo! 5% down 20
S$years @ 8% apr. Buy,
L ^ .4 ^ 5/BR $302/Mo! For list-
ings 800)366-9783 Ext
BUSINESS & FINANCIAL Bagdad Area


5100 - Business
Opportunities
5110 - Money to Lend


5100
ALL CASH CANDY
ROUTE Do you earn
$800/day$ 30 Ma-
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for $9 995.
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02000033. CALL US:
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for $9 995.
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02000033. CALL US:
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No Exp. Req'd. $1,000's
Paid Weekly In Commis-
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Perks. (877)767-3551,
ask for Don.

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REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
6100 - Business/
Commercial
6110 - Apartments
1120 - Beach Rentals
p130 - Condo/Townhouse
0140 - House Rentals
61.50 - Roommate Wanted
6160 - Rooms for Rent
6170 - Mobile Home/Lot
6180 - Out-of-Town Rentals
5190 - Timeshare Rentals
6200 - Vacation Rentals



Pea Ridge
Commercial Business
Location. Hwy 90-Large
block building & office
cross from Wal-mart in
Pace. $3000/month
Available 9/1/07
Janet Coulter 206-3666



1 Bedroom unfurnished
apartment. $375 month
plus deposit. 626-0287 if
no answer leave
message.
1 BR/I BAon Hwy
89/Dogwood. Ch/a, ap-
pliances furnished.
$420/mo. $400/dep.
Available immediately.
Call 981-3364.
$234/Mo! 3BR/2BA
HUD Home! (5% down
20 years @ 8% apr)
More Homes Available
from $199/Mol For list-
ings call (800)366-9783
Ext 5669.




The All New!
Jay

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

850-983-6995


3/BR 1/BA on 1 acre
of land. Great condition
775/mth
$775/deposit.
4366 Woodville Rd
Non-smoking environ-
ment. Janet Coulter
206-3666
Cash for houses.
Closing in 2 weeks. Call
777-4342 or 232-8663

21 newly renovated
with large fenced yard
,$700ma$400dep
850 675-0604
850 324-6399
Jay/Milton/Pace .
Rentals 2 & 3
bedrooms. $400-$650
per month. Call
94-5703'
Milton
1200sf 2/BD 2/BA
vaulted ceilings, large
kitchen, new carpet in
quiet neighborhood. No
pets. $745/$745. Call
995-4831
Milton
2/BR I/BA front
kitchen Avalon Blvd.
626-8973
Milton
3/2 1-10 and Avalon 5
minutes to
Pensacola.Privacy fenced
backyard with shed.
Some pets welcome.
Laundry room/really
clean. Available now.
$750/mth 626-2606
Milton
3/BR 2/BA, double-car
garage new tile & car-
pet. Militav clause hon-
ored. $975/mth
$900/deposit. Call
850-501-0273
Milton
5568 Debbie Dr
3/2, 1400sq ft, 1 car
garage. Berryhill/Hobbs
school zone. Call Janet
Coulter 206-3666
$900mth/$900sec dep
Available 9/1
Milton
2BD/1BA brick home in
great neighborhood.
Nonsmoker and no pets.
$525.00 Call 623-3281
Milton
3BD/1 Y2BA spacious
home conveniently
located with central h/a
$650mo/$650dep
995-4335
Milton 3BR/2BA, 1
car garage near Whit-
ing.$850 month.
232-9700
Milton
6416 Misty Lake Dr.
3BD/2BA-AIn electric
secluded in town
location. NO PETS
References and lease
required.$825+$600
Sec Dep After 4pm call
850-593-6015
Weekends only call
850-718-6644

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fireplace with logs, fence www.vanderee.com A Bar Sales Inc.
with 3gates, screen in (941)488-1500. Mid-Summer Sale!
atio w/hookups for hotM - erS
F, btwarse drive for RVor Dockable Lakefront
boat $239 900.00 NOW $59,900. SAVE
(850) 313-1658 $20,000. Lake Access
with FREE Boat Slips
3000sqft 4BD/3BA NOW $19,900. SAVE
home in 'ACE on 1 acre, AFFORDABLE LAKE $10,000. 1 Day- Aug.
fenced, landscaped. Fire- PROPERTIES On pris- 1 1th Only Gorgeous pri-
place, Family room, Flor- tine 34,000 acre Norris vate lake. Wooded
ida room, 2 car garage, Lake Over 800 miles of park-like setting. Easy ac-
build 10/05. Open wooded shoreline Four cess 1-40. Gated lake
House: Sun-Sat Seasons- Call community w/ paved
1 lam-7pm @5123 Gar- (888)291-5253 Or visit rds, utils, more. Excellent
denbrook Blvd, 32570 Lakeside Realty financing. Call now
off Hamilton Bridge) www.lakesiderealty-tn. (888)792-5253, x
850)776-2583 corn. 1382.


Milton 3BR/2BA Foreclo- AFFORDABLE LAKE
6965 Summit Place sure! $19,000! Only PROPERTIES On pris- Move to the Smoky
3BD/2BA ,1900sq ft, 2 $199/Mo! 5%o down 20 tine 34,000 acre Norris Mountains 3/4-3 acre
car garage, 2 acres on years @ 8% apr. Buy, Lake Over 800 miles of tracts starting at
cul e sac. $1,100/rmth. 5/BR $302/Mo! For list- wooded shoreline Four $79,900. 15 mmin from
Available 9/1/07 ins (800)366-9783 Ext Seasons- Call Pigeon Forge Gatlinburg.
Call Janet Coulter 5760888)291-5253 Or visit Low taxes Low crime.
206-3666 Lakeside Realty Ma*estic Mountain Views
3BR/2BA Foreclo- www.lakesiderealy-tn.com. (888)215-5611 x101
Milton sure! $19,000! Only ARIZONA LAND LIQ- www.mountainhightn.
Blackwater Bay. $199/Mo! 5% down 20 UIDATION! Near Tuc com.
New. 3 BR/2 BA Water- years @ 8% apr. .... UIDATION! Near Tuc-
view and access. Quiet. /BR $302/Mo! F-. -ison, Football Field Sized
Beautiful. $1200 Mth 800)366-9783 Ext est $159/Mont Move to the Smoky
$1200 Dep. 723-2532
$1200 ep. 723-2532 56$18,995 total). FREE IN- Mountains 3/4-3 acre
Milton $5K moves ou in! OR aTlON. Money tracts starting at
Now Available No bank ualiiing. Back Guarantee! $79,900. 1 min from
For Rent 3/BR 2/BA 3/2.5-200 sf-/p. 2816 (800)682-6103 Op#10. PigeonFore Gatlinburg.
CH&A Great location. Oak Ride Dr. Gulf 1 ASHEVILLE NC AREA MaLestic Mountain Views
Fenced yard. $800/mth Breeze. (850) 240-3122 MOUNTAIN LAND (888215-5611 xt
$500/deposit. www.equity-investors.com Pristine mountain prop- www.mountainhightn.com.
623-9553_________ - erty with over 4 miles of
Milton Have river frontage. 1 to 8
Rent to Own. Nice acre homesltes from the
3/2, 1400sf 6263 Challenges? $80'sl Custom owner's NC MOUNTAINS -
Hidden Place Damaged Property, lodge, river walk & more. New Loa Home- 3.2 Ac-
324-0494 Relocation, Divorce, Adjacent to the Pisgah res - OnTy $79,900.
324-0494 Behind on Payments, In- National Forest. Call New 2,500 sq.ft. lo
Never Rent A aini heritance, Probate, owner: (866)800-4561. home package with 3.2
Buy 4BR/2BA $15 4001 Bankruptcy, Problem acres with a mountain
On$199/Mol 3/BR Rental, Medical Bills, AUCTION Saturday, stream (800)455-1981,
$11,0001 5% down Retirement, Need to August 4th Smith Lake, ext.103.
20years 8%. HUD Move, Need Cash Alabama. Luxury Lake-
Homes Availablel For list- many others. I can Help front Home. 12 lakefront
in 800)366-9783 Ext youl & Lake Access Lots. TAR- NC MOUNTAINS-
5796. CALL NOWII GET AUCTION COM- N N T AI -
1.....-- 850) 221-2269 PANY New OTm69 900
Never Rent Againl No Realtor Feesi www.targetauction.com res - Ony 69,900.
Buy 4BR/2BA $15,4001 BUBBA BUYS HOUSES (800)476-3939 Scott New 2,200 sq.ft.lo
OnMy $199/MoI 3/BR Barnes #_1932. home package with 3.6
$11,6001 5% down arnes#1acres with mountain
years 8%. HUD LOCATION , SC views 800)455-1981,
Homes Availablel For list- LOCATION' WATERFRONT at dras- ext. 103.
wings (800)366-9783 Ext LOCATIONIll tically reduced pricesI
96. Wonderful 4 bed/2 Marshfront lots from
bath home located in $179,900. Dockable NC: Best buy in
S #Timber Ridge Great Waterfront lots from mountains Two acres
open layout with lae $249,900 Located in wth spectacular view,
Back 1utwith Beauforrt,MoPrRFY NETEKSC-
i-i Backyard. Priced rigt Beaufort, SC. Premier Io- paved road, gated. hous-
at $195,000. Caff cation & neighborhood, site in owner financing.
Milton Deck Realty, Inc for an All lots havecentral BrysonCity. $65,000,
Roommate wanted to appointment! I water, sewer & under- $13,000 down. Call
share 2BD/1BA home. 850-626-0711 Or Cell groundutilities Call: owner (800)810-1590.
$400mo/$200dep 850-346-2165 888)279-4741._ www.wildcatknob.com.
includes utilities, wash- I_ BATERY CREEK, SC - ____
er/dryer and full house Milton WATERFRONT at dras-
sarivile Robinveames- Lakefrnt 2BD/l .5BA tically reduced rice New Orleans,
98"1-398 roof/windows on $179,900. Dockable Louisiana ~
Pace 1 acre. 1,028sf living Waterfront lots from Potential Bed &
area $137,000 $249,900. Located in Breakfast
3BR/1 1/YBA to share 5524 Whisper Lane Beaufort, SC. Premier lo- r eakfoa
with mother and daugh- 8501 995-1373 or cation & neighborhood. in Historic Faubourg
ter. All house\ privileges (850 449-8424 All lots have central Marigny District. 2 story
utilities included, water, sewer & under- home with off street park
450/month with New custom built round utilities. Call: ing, balcony view o
100/deposit. Small 3/2 home on 1 acre in 888)279-4741. downtown New Orlean
dog ok. Cal 995-1125 East Milton. Security sys- skyline. Stained glas
or 463-4103 tern, entertainment center BEAUTIFUL N. CARO- doors & windows, "harc
with big screen TV, utility LINA. ESCAPE TO wood floors. $480000
Sroom, trey cei ins BEAUTIFUL WESTERN Ask for Greg (504
MS tile/carpetmetc. Qualified NORTH CAROLINA MTS 460-5408 or e-mail:
CH/A. buyers only. 626-2279 FREE Color Brochure & glewiscont@hotmail.com
ih . 950 I y Information MOUNTAIN
SMilan Palm Harbor Homes PROPERTIES with Spec-
harein Factory Liquidation tacular views, Homes, NORRIS LAKEFRONT,
Share 3BD/2BA home Sale! r Modular, Manu- Cabins, Creeks, & In-' LAFOLLETTE TENNES-
with CH/A, utilities paid, fractured & Stilt Homes vestment acreage. CHER- SEE, New ate Devel-
washer & dryer. Please 0% Down when you own OKEE MOUNTAIN opment, Fantastic Views,
call in evenings your land. Call for FREE GMAC REAL ESTATE... pWater, Uti cities,
232-6875 colorbrochure. cherokeemountainreally.comDee Water, Utilities
(-67 c 800)622-2832. Call for free brochure BoaLaunch, Near Goolr
. (800)841-5868. Course, One Hour North
S(800)841-5868. of Knoxville,
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2 Bedroom trailer 7 120 BEAUTIFUL WESTERN (800)362-4225.
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furnished. 994-5023. Beauty and Tanning Sa- Information MOUNTAIN NORRIS LAKEFRONT,
3 Bed 2 Bath M/H on Ion for sale with 2 dryers PROPERTIES with Spec- LAFOLLETTE, TENNES-
1 Acre in East Milton. & wash station, nail sta- tacular views, Homes, SEE, New Gated Devel-
$500 Deposit/$700 tion. Shear Success on Cabins, Creeks, & In- opment, Fantastic Views,
Month Rent. 982-2127 Dogwood Dr. 994-2747 vestment acreage. CHER- Deeo Water Utilities
MonhRn98-2'or 983-2006. Invested OKEE MOUNTAIN BoaFLaunch Near Golf
3 Bedroom in Milton $17,000. Must sell GMAC REAL ESTATE... Course, One Hour North
$525 Security. $525 $8,000. cherokeemountainrealtycom of Knoxville,
Rent. Available now. Call for free brochure www.hiddenspringsonnorris-
626-8959 or 377-6788 Milton (800)841-5868. lake.com
2/BR 1/BA Mobile Commercial 1.5 acres Coastal Georgia (800)362-4225.
Home $475/mth Roue 5/th Route 87. Land Liquidation
Deposit and references. 850-982-4501 Sale 20 to 40+ acre
850-499-7412 home sites from 1| 2 3 4
850-537-6222 Space for lease. Retail $109,900 to $169,900,
or office. High traffic beautiful timber with po- 13
East Milton area. 5217 and 5215 tential to subdivide. Save
2/1 Mobile Home Dogwood Drive Holmes $10,000 on your pur-
on private lot. 4432 Plaza. Call 623-6184 chase and pay no clos- 17
Gentry Farm Road Total Milton. ing costs for a limited
E I e c t r i c time. *Some restrictions 20
$500mo/$250dep 9 apply' Upto 100% fi20
No pets .nancingwith approved
Bay Crest Realty L 15 credit. Call Now 23
994-7918 (800)898-4409
Milton Milton ext319. 28 29 30
85BR 3 01 fncr i 4080 Raven Street Coastal Georgia
2BR 1/BA fenced in Cash is king Land Liquidation Sale 37 a3
yard, Central Air condi- 324-0494 20 to 40+ acre home
fioning & washer in- sites from $109,900 to
ude $550/mth$550So Central Florida. $169,900, beautiful tim- 42
deposit. Available imme- Lake Lots Reduced ber with potential to sub-
diately. 450-6840 $100,000 Owner says divide. Save $10,000 on 46
Milton "SELL" to 3 acre lake- your purchase and pay
Marlboro Village front and lake access no closing costs for a im- _
R/i 1/2 BA Niae properties in a gated ited time. *Some restric- 50
BR/1 1/2 BA. Nice community with city tions apply* Up to 100%
Yard $475.00 Mth. water and sewer, paved anc with approved
$475 Dep. 723-2532 roads and underground credit. Call Now!
MOBILE HOMES for utilities Priced from (800)898-4409
rent call for pricing and $79,900 w/ excellent fi- extl319. 59 60 61
availabilit nancing available. Call x- --- a - w-5 60 6
850-983-1091 or (86632-2249 ext COASTAL GEORGIA
850-368-7506 2051PROPERTY Beautiful 67 68
marsh view and
North Milton creekside homesites, min- 72
utes to the Golden Isles.
2/BR 1/BA on private Creekside homesite with
lot. 6521 Hunter Street.71 woodstork rookery, 2.1 75
$525/mth 3BR/2BA Foreclo- acres at $99,990. Long
$200/deposit. No Pets. sure $19,0001 Only range marshview home-
Total Electric. Bay Crest $199/Mol 5% down 2rY0 site, 2.8 acres at
Realy 994-7918 ea apr Buy, $149990. Call owner: ACROSS
Pace 5/BR $302/Mol For list- (866)799-5903.
Two mobile homes ins8800)366-9783 Ext Developer's Closeout 1. Wide
for rent in Pace. 2 2, Now-Septemberbe 29th- c 5. Merry prank
Nice clean quiet area. ______ov _ndahnsave on already low 9. 1040, e.g.
Water & garbage collec- 3BR/2BA Foreclo- pre-construction pricin 3. Neck of the wc
tion furnished. No pets. sure! $9OOnn Only starting at 70k. Lots & 13. Neckot w
Elderly welcome s ic$1 000b only avalab w 4. Absurd
Cel:9958-0171 oers@ 8 3/ 09 B 2y water, marsh, golf, na- 16. Bassoon's cou
Cell: 748/BR- a/ts a rlist- ture viewsyr. 1/yr no pay- 17. D.C. sight
0 - Teinssar 800)366-9783 Ext ment o0tiuons7., 0. e
�* i %t.^ . - . "_'_w_ ^ oopersp'oint.com. 21. Palm reader

E'asot Milton wwncFprpont 22. Explosive letter
E ast re oeonle Developer's Closeout
S3B W2BA remo deled Now-September 29th- 23. Sherman, for
double wide mobile save on already low 26. Peevish mood
^ home on 1 country acre pre-construction pricing. 28. Comic-strip All
.w/p pool & lake access starting at 70k. Lots & 31. ".. thou crean
7$89, 0900 Coall 623-9623 condos available w/ _ "h
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE or 418-0783 water, marsh, golf, na- "- soakedd
7100 - Homes Milton ture views. lyr. no pay- 33. Window type
7110 - Beach Home/ 16x70 Mobile Home me)opions. 37. Angelic headg
Property 2BR/2BA, large decks (76 376 39. Grown-up mis:
7120 - Commercial with aluminum patio ww,.cooperspoint.com. 41. Wide-eyed
7130- Condo/Townhouse covers, new AC unit and GILCHRIST CTY -5 42. PDQ, in a mer
7140 - Farms & Ranches new galvinized anchors Acre Estate Properties
7150- Lots and Acreage with tie downs. Very low Only $89,000. Homes 43. Rocker John
7160 - Mobile Homes price. Must be moved. Only. On Alachua Cty 45. Farm impleme
7170- Waterfront 623-1660 or 983-6092 Line. COLUMBIA CTY- 46. Is an apartment
7180- Investment 20-80 Ac. Hardwoods, dweller
Property � Plantation pines, Creekl. dweller
7190 - Out-of-Town ^ a'lL'f Homesites or Huntina 48. Unsorted whe,
Real Estate $6,200/Acre. 1/2 Acre 49. Japanese drin
, �Absolute Real Estate Owner Financinr 5Availa
Auction 40+ Properties ble. LAFAYETTrE TY 52. Edward V's H
B Homes, Waterfronts, Lots, 10-340 Acres. Low as 54. Sparks or Ron
II Beach. Condos. Land. $6,200/Acre. Scattered. 55. Taurus and AnC


[ 7190
North Carolina Cool
Mountain Air, Views &
Streams, Homes Cabins
&Acreage. FREE BRO-
CH URE 00)642-5333.
Really Of Murphy 317
Peachtree St. Murphy,
N.C. 28906.
www.realtyofmurphy.com.
North Florida In-
dustrial 2000 Sq Ft
Metal building on
1.25 acres in the Live
Oak Industrial Park.
Many business opportu-
nities. $299,000.00
Contact Jacob
(386)208-3012.
ON THE BLUE RIDGE
PARKWAY - Beautiful
North Carolina Mountain
Estates. Huge Views -
Mountain Streams. Prices
starting at Only
$69,901 CalfNowl
(8001230-6380, ext.

So. Colorado Ranch
Sale 35 Acres- $36,900
Spectacular Rocky Moun-
tain Views Year round
access, elec/ tele in-
cluded. Come for the
weekend, stay for a life-
time. Excellent financing
available w/ low down
payment. Call Red Creek
Land Co. today
(866)696-5263 x 2682.
So. Colorado Ranch
Sale 35 Acres- $36 900
Spectacular Rocky Moun-
tain Views Year round
access, elec/ tele in-
cluded. Come for the
weekend, stay for a life-
time. Excellent financing
available w/ low down
payment. Call Red Creek
Land Co. today
(866)696-5263 x 2682.
So/ Central Florida.
Lake Lots Reduced
$100,000 Owner says
"SELL' I 1 to 3 acre lake-
front and lake access
properties in a gated
community with city
water and sewer, paved
roads and underground
utilities. Priced from
$79,900 w/ excellent fi-
nancing available. Call
866 )352-2249 ext
051.
South Central Florida
LAKE LOT SALE! Lake Ac-
cess- $79,900 (was
S199,906) Lake View-
124,900 (was
224,900) Lakefront-
299,900 (was
$399,900). Owner says
"SELL" 1 to 3 acre lake
properties reduced
100,000+. Gated com-
munity, water, sewer,
paved rds, u/g utils. Ex-
cellent financing. Call
now (866)352-2249, x.
3046
TENNESSEE LAKE
BARGAIN! 1 + Acre-
$29,900. FREE Pontoon
Boat! Beautifully wooded
parcel w/ access to
Jimmy Houston endorsed
fishing lake Private lake-
front community with free
boat slips. Paved roads,
utilities, soils tested.
LAKEFRONT available.
Excellent financing. Call
now (888)792-5253, x
1311.


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67. Story of brick's 29.
superiority 30.
72. Mahogany tree 32.
73. Contractual 34.
agreement
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75. Bits for the compost 36.
heap 38.
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- 4 wheeler. Good for
deer hunting.
Asking $1,900 cash.
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84 COACHMAN
33 feet, 454 Chevy, self
contained, 6.5 Onan, 2
a/c runs good. $5600.
Call 850- 37-8660 or
398-7029
2007 Winnebago
Elite 32 ft. Gray and
White. Back-up camera.
1500 miles. Brand New.
Used 4 times. $70,000.
626-1564


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I 7190
VIRGINIA MOUN-
TAINS Log cabin shell
on 2 private acres near
very wide trout stream in
the Galax area and New
River State Park,
$139 500 owner
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VIRGINIA MOUN-
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acres with barn, pas-
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(866)789-8535.
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| 8120
1992 Jeep Wran-
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4200 FIRM.
850-496-5482/850-626
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995-5050 New tires



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sel, quad cab LWB, auto-
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XR-7, one owner, garage
kept, extra clean, /8 en-
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seats, new tires, no dings
or dents, Indigo paint
color. $4900 ( 50)
423-0175
1996 Ford Crown Vic-
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82,000. 1 senior owner.
Price $4,500. 623-4228
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