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MATHEW PELLEGRINO
mpellegrinio@srpressgazette.com
The school board meeting
on Thursday was anything but
business as usual as nearly 100
packed the tiny room to listen to
construction updates and award
.presentations.
Bill Emerson, director of
county high schools congratu-


. lated the Milton High School ro- The team placed second in
botics team for making it to na- the Eastern United States divi-'
tionals, where they will compete sion robotics competition mak-
against other schools around the ing them eligible to participate
nation, in thd national competition in
"Science Technology Engi- Dallas, Texas, in April.
neering and Math (STEM) is im- Milton High School principal
portant in the county," Emerson Mike Thorpe congratulated the
said. "We have something here team at the school board meet-
in Santa Rosa County we should ing, wishing them luck in the fi-
be proud of." nals.


"These are the best robotic
engineers that have ever went
through Santa Rosa County,"
Thorpe said. "This is big to make
it to nationals,"
Next came the recognition of
employees who helped stabilize,
-the schools during the recent
cold weather spell at the begin-
ning of January.
Following the presentation,


Wyrosdick announced Jerilyn
Hughes as the new Principal of
East Milton Elementary. Hughes
was formerly the assistant prin-
cipal.
Hughes came before school
board members and thanked
them forthe position. -
"It has been a journey for
See BOARR A3


Pate named Santa Rosa

Teacher of the Year


Special to the Press Gazette .
Santa Rosa Superinten-
dent of Schools Tim Wyros-
dick, Santa Rosa School
Board Members, and mem-
bers of the Santa Rosa Edu-
cation Foundation Board of
Directors surprised Edward
Pate in his classroom at Gulf
Breeze High this morning
to announce his selection as
Santa Rosa School District's
Teacher of the Year.
Edward has ten years of
high school teaching expe-
rience. He's spent the past
five years teaching English
at Gulf Breeze High School.
Edward Pate is Santa Rosa
County's nominee for Flori-
da Teacher of the Year, which
will be announced at the


Florida Teacher of the Year
Roundtable in July.
The SREF Teacher of
the Year Selection Commit-
tee, which consists of ad-
ministrators, business and
community leaders, and
past Santa Rosa Teachers
of the Year, observed final-
ists in their classroom and
conducted interviews before
selecting this year's Santa
Rosa Teacher of the Year.
The Santa Rosa Golden
Apple Celebration will be
held on February 26, 2010
at New World Landing to
present Teacher of the Year
awards and honor all Santa
Rosa County teachers. For
sponsorship information
or tickets to the event, visit
www.santarosa.kl2.fl.us/sref


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MATHEW PELLEGRINO I Press Gazette
Santa Rosa County Schools Superintendent Tim
Wyrosdick presents the Santa Rosa County,
Teacher of the Year award to Gulf Breeze High
teacher Edward Pate.


Teens charged in

burglary of business


By MATHEW PELLEGRINO
mpeDlegrino@srpressgazette.com
Police have arrested
two teens involved with the
burglary of an Avalon Bou-
levard business over the
weekend.
Wade Heisler, 19, and.
Andrew Kenworthy, 18,
both of Milton, were
charged with three third
degree felonies after steal-
ing over $6,500 worth of
items and causing $4,000
worth of damage to Avalon
Plumbing.
On Jan. 4 a Santa Rosa
County officer responded
to a phone call claiming
a business property .had
been burglarized and. the
inside vandalized.


The victim told the of-
ficer his son stored sev-
eral musical instruments
including, three guitars,,
a drum set, and a set of
cymbals with stands at the
business. Also noted as
missing were a surfboard
and an amplifier.
The inside walls. and
property of the business
had been spray painted,
reporting the extent of the
damage at $4,000.
On ,Jan. 26, the victim
contacted the deputy after
noting a posting on Craig-
slist, an online classified
Web site, selling items sim-
ilar to what was taken from
the business.

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Wednesday, February 3, 2010


Florida Bar announces 21 attorneys being disciplined


Special to the Press Gazette

The Florida Bar,. the
state's guardian for the in-
tegrity of the legal profes-
sion, announces that the
Florida Supreme Court in,
recent court orders disci-
plined 21 attorneys, includ-
ing one area attorney.
The breakdown of the
21 who were disciplined
included disbarring seven,
suspending 10 and placing
two on probation. Some
attorneys received more
than one form of discipline.
Four attorneys were
publicly reprimanded.
Three were ordered to pay
restitution.
As an official agency
of the Florida Supreme
Court, The Florida Bar and
its Department of Lawyer
Regulation are charged


with administering a
statewide disciplinary sys-
tem to enforce Supreme
Court rules of professional
conduct for the 87,000-plus
lawyers admitted to prac-
tice law in Florida. Since
Aug. 1, 2007, case files have
been posted to attorneys'
individual Florida Bar pro-
files and may be reviewed
at and/or downloaded from
The Florida Bar's Web
site, www.floridabar.org.
Court orders are not
final until time expires to
file a rehearing motiori
and, if filed, determined.
The filing of such a motion
does not alter the effective
date of the discipline.
The following lawyers
are disciplined:
Charles Daniel Akes,
PO. Box 5986, Lakeland,
suspended for 91 days, ef-


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fective 30 days from a Dec.
14, 2009 court order.
Benjamin Raul Alvarez,
2330 Ponce.de Leon Blvd.,
Suite 201, Coral Gables,
publicly reprimanded and
placed on probation for six
months effective immedi-
ately, following a Nov. 25,
2009 court order.
Daniel Newton Brod-
ersen, 13350 W Colonial
Drive, Suite 320; Winter
Garden, suspended for one
year, effective 30 days from
a Dec, 3,2009 court order.
Linda Amy Ann Cahill,.,
615 N.E. 15th Place,
Boynton Beach, publicly
reprimanded following a
Nov. 12, 2009 court order.
Mary McDowell Cal-
laway,'1600 N Palafox St.,
Pensacola, disbarred effec-
tive immediately, following
a Dec. 16, 2009 court order.
Gerald John
D'Ambrosio 370 Camino
Gardens Blvd., Suite 111,
Boca Raton, disbarred
effective immediately, fol-


lowing a Nov. 12,2009 court
order.
Michael Joseph Davie,
10361 Scott Mill Road,
Suite 101, Jacksonville,
suspended for 91 days, ef-
fective 30 days from a Dec.
11, 2009 court order.
Howard Seth Gaines,
2901 Clint Moore Road,
PMB 271, Boca Raton,
disbarred for five years, ef-
fective retroactive to May
18,2009, following a Nov.
12, 2609 court order.
Gary W Gramer, 181
Southbay Drive, Suite 2,
Naples, suspended until
further order, following a
Dec. 14,2009. court order.
Sherry Grant Hall, 4399
Commons Drive E., Suite
300, Destin, suspended
until further order of the
Court, effective 30 days
from an Oct. 9,2009 order.
Christine Marie Horn,
3469 W. Boynton Beach
Blvd., Suite 15, Boynton
Beach, suspended until
further order, following a


Nov. 16,2009 court order.
Andrew Mark Jacob-
son, PO. Box 1706, Orlan-
do, permanently disbarred
effective immediately,
following an Oct. 15,2009
court order.
Richard Francis Joyner,
2770 Indian River Blvd.,
Suite 300, Vero Beach,
suspended until further
order, following a Nov. 13,
2009 court order.
Randall Jeffrey Lay-
man, 1437 N.W 13th Ter-
race, Miami, suspended
until further order of the
court, following a Nov. 12,
2009 court order.
Scott Henry Lebowitz,
4912 N.W 85th Road, Coral
Springs, disbarred for five
years, effective retroactive
to Dec. 8,2008, following a
Dec. 10, 2009 court order.
William Cone Owen, 241
Pinewood Drive, Tallahas-
see, publicly reprimanded
following a Dec. 3,2009
court order.
Robert Brian Roemer,


11380 Prosperity Farms
Road, Suite 204, Palm
Beach Gardens, publicly
reprimanded following a
Nov. 12, 2009 court
order.
Marvin Lee Stull, 1923
16th St. North, St. Peters-
burg, disbarred for five
years, effective retroactive
to August 12, 2009,'folloiv-
ing a Dec. 10, 2009 court
order.
Robert G. Udell, 1331
S.E. Ocean Blvd., Stuart,
disbarred effective imme-
diately, following an Oct.
29,2009 court order.
Carmen Vozzella, 13805
83rd Street, Fellsmere,
suspended for one year,
effective 30 days from
an Oct. 29,2009 court
order.
Branch Lamar Winege-
art, III, 1608 Summerdbwn,
Way, St. Johns, suspended
for three years, effective
retroactive to July 7, 2008,
following a Dec. 10, 2009
court order.


Speak OUT


Sunday, 8:19 p.m.
ye! It is time for all closet
Christians to stop slam-
ming people in the world, .
because of hate in their
hearts. We must never
test,God. God tests us.
Reverend Martin Luther,
King, Jr. mentioned God
quite often. IHe was a rev-
erend. Reverend Martin
Luther King, Jr. Have a
blessed day.

Sunday, 5:06 p.m.
Yes, this is Del. I was,
just calling because of
what is going all today.
People only want to blame
George Bush for the bad
economy. What kind of
mess will Barack Obama


leave for the next presi-
dent in 2012 and will he be'.
blamed any for it.

Sunday, 8:49 a.m.
Hi, this is Kathy This is
for Raymond Johns. Mar-
ion Royals and the rest
of us do not hate Obama.
Hate is a strong word to
use. We just don't like his
policy and direction he is'
Staking our country. And
by the way, when all the
Shate mongers were call-
ing George Bush a Nazi,
where were you?

Saturday, 11:31 p.m.
Well the economy is
about as bad as it has
ever been and here goes
Obama in the jet spending


millions of taxpayer dol-'
lars giving speeches. He
can't stay in Washington;
he has got to be off flying
around trying to be every-
Sone's buddy. He needs to
stay in' Washington and
quit spending money on
. expensive trips talking
Sand staying oh television.
Stay in Washington and do
some work.

Saturday, 12:06 a.m.
This is Anetta. I am
calling to speak out about
the comments in Satur-
day's paper. I am appalled
at the comments made '
about teachers. I am a 30-
plus veteran of teaching
and the public perception
is wrong because this is
not a raise. This is what is


due us based on our con-
tract for the last 30 years.
This is given to teachers
for a good evaluation and
reward for their loyalty
and service. My step raise
would be for what I did
last year. Thank you very
Such.

Friday, 10:27 p.m.'
Yes, this is Nita. If
Obama wants to fix. Wash-
ington D.C. then hehneeds
to quit flying around and
stay in Washington. He
can't change Washington
if he is hip hopping around
the country. Thank you.

If you have a short
comment you would like.
to make, call the Speak
Out line at 623-5887.


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District 1: Jim Williamson, 4351 Berryhill Road,
Pace,' FL 32571; phone 932-1340. E-mail is comm-
williamson@santarosa.fl.gov.
District 2: Bob Cole, 8651 Riverstone Road,
' Milton, FL 32583; phone 983-1877. E-mail is comm-
cole@santaroso.fl.gov.
District 3: Don Salter, 6000 Chumuckla Highway,
Pace, FL 32571; phone 994-6426. E-mail is comm-
salter@sontarosa.fl.gov.
District 4: Gordon Goodin; 6467 Avenida De
Golves, Navarre, FL 32566; phone 939-4949. E-mail is
comm-goodin@sontarosa.fl.gov.
District 5: Lane Lynchard, 6495 Carolinb St., Suite
M, Milton, FL 32570, phone.932-1340. E-mail is comm-
lynchard@santarosa.fl.gov.
The Santa Rosa County Commission meets at 9 a.m.
on second and fourth Thursdays. The leaders meet in
committee at 9 a.m. Monday preceding the Thursday
meetings. Meetings ore held in commission chambers
*of the Administrative Complex on U.S. 90. Phone 983-
1877 for information or to reach their offices.

STATE GOVERNMENT
Rep. Greg Evers: 5224 Willing St., Milton, FL
32570, 983-5550. E-mail; evers.greg@leg.stote.fl.us.'
Sen. Durell Peaden Jr., 598 N. Ferdon Blvd., Suite
100, Crestview, FL 32536, 850-689-0556.
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Local


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I A3


BOARD from page Al


BURGLARY from page Al


me over the past couple of through and is approved."
years, and I am glad to be Clark Meyer, child nu-
here today," Hughes said to trition director for Sodexo,
board members. the county's school food
Following a motion to service provider, present-
approve Hughes' posi- ed board members with a
tion, Capstone Academy report on last year's earn-
was presented a proposed ings, and an outlook on the
start-up grant that Wyros- new school year. According
dick said should help give to the report, the company
the school more funds as it had $117,717.84 worth of re-
starts its new year.. investment dollars despite
The academy that pro- the almost $300,000 loss the
vides services for. chil- company took last year as
dren with developmental parents and kids cut back
diseases opened its doors on school lunches.
on January 4 on Stewart Starting in August, So-
Street. dexo will offer the Santa
A $102,000 grant was Rosa County Schools
presented to the school a fixed price format on
by Pensacola's Impact school lunches instead of
100 last year along with the previous cost of opera-
a slew of other donations tions fixed fee.
that helped refurbish the The fixed price format
old bank building, which would mean the school
houses the- school across would pay Sodexo a certain
from the Milton Fire De- amount of money at the
apartment. beginning of the year and
The amount of the grant lock in a rate. Starting in
was not announced at the August, the rate is $2.75 a
school board meeting, as it meal.
had not been approved. Once the school year is
"This is a start-up grant over, if there is money left
that will give .them some ,over, it will go back to the-
additional finance," Wyros- school. If food prices were
dick said. "I hope this goes to skyrocket, and costs ex-


ceeded the payment, So-
dexo would be hurt.
"It will be $2.75 a meal,
and everything will be cov-
ered by Sodexo," Meyer
said. "If prices go up, it
will hurt us, and if they go
down, it will go back to the
school."
Alana, Hopewell, So-
dexo's registered dietitian
presented plans on trying,
to initiate healthier meals,
while helping out local pro-
duce farmers. The Florida
Farm to School Initiative
would help bring in more
produce from local farm-
ers. This would mean
fresher produce for county
students.
"Having this program
should increase' healthier
options and eating habits,"
Hopewell said.
S.S. Dixon Primary will,
start serving in its new
kitchen area starting Mon-
day after health inspec-
tors approved the site this
past week. East Milton's
new kitchen is also moving
along, and is projected to
open its doors at the begin-
ning of the 2010-2011 school
year in August.


The post was attempt-
ing to sell two guitars, one
for $340, and another for
$140. It also included an
amplifier that the post was
asking $40 for.
The owner of the proper-
tyverified the items showed
similar characteristics to
the one's taken from him
earlier that month.
Heisler was contacted
by a deputy on Jan. 28.
After looking over the
items the deputy was able
to identify several modifi-
cations described by the
victim, and Heisler was ar-
rested. The suspect later
provided the officer with a
surfboard, which was also
listed stolen from the bur-
glary.
Heisler admitted that he
and a friend (Andrew Ken-
worthy) had broken into the
business and spray painted
the walls.
Kenworthy reportedly
gave the items to Heisler
to put them on a classified
Web site to make money.
Heisler accompanied
patrolmen to Kenworthy's
residence in Milton.
After Kenworthy was,


read his Miranda rights, he
admitted that both he and
Heisler had broken into the
business and taken the in-
struments. Kenworthy said
he and Heisler saw a hole
in the back door and kicked
it in, and admitted that both
had helped spray paint in-
' side the business.
Both suspects were
charged with three third
degree felonies, including
grand theft between $5,000
and $10,000, and burglary
of an unoccupied structure.
Bond was posted at $4,500.
In a separate incident
that occurred Sunday,
deputies spotted a vehicle
at 10:25 p.m. quickly back-
ing out of a piece of pri-
vate property without their
headlights on.
During a traffic stop,
Deputy Bradley Harrison
observed two male subjects
making furtive movements
with their hands below the
dashboard.
For safety purposes,
Harrison asked Ryan Flinn,
20 of Milton, and Jimmy
McCaskill, 32, of.Pensacola,
to place their hands on the
dashboard of the vehicle


they were in.
The smell of marijuana
odor was present when the
officer handcuffed the sus-
pects, and the substance
was present in plain view.
The officer patted down
Flinn, and found large roll
of money in the suspect's
pocket.
While searching the ve-
hicle, the deputy found a
bag of marijuana, a small
bag of cocaine, and a back-
pack in the trunk of the
vehicle that contained two
digital scales.
After being booked at
Santa Rosa County Jail,
Flinn admitted that the
money that was in his pock-
et was gained from selling
marijuana, and the drugs
inside the car were for sell-
ing and personal use.
Flinn was given a bond
amount of $15,500 and
charged with three third
degree felonies and a first-
degree misdemeanor. Mc-
Caskill was charged with
one third degree felony for
cocaine possession and two
first-degree misdemean-
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Santa Rosa County can be very fickle at times.
As a collective group, it elected the current
school board members and the new superinten-
dent.' '
Nowthere is an uproar at hand. Some seek to
revolt against the entire group.
Well, let's see who gets the blame here.
We'll begin with the assumption this is all the
fault of Tim Wyrosdick.
When the lawsuit was filed by the ACLU, Wyros-
dick was not the main man. He was an assistant
superintended in charge of student instruction.
The actual superintendent named in the law-.
suit .was longtime position holder Johnny Rog-
ers.
So, perhaps Wyrosdick should carry only 85
percent of the blame.
But, you know, there is the fact the consent de-
cree was passed by all five school board members
and no public input on the matter whatsoever.
With such an action on the part of all school
board members, we need to lower Wyrosdick's
culpability here.
So let's Wyrosdick is now only 75 percent to
blame.
While we are doing the math,. he was cam-
paigning for office against an assistant principal
at Pace High School during the election. Because
of this fact, we'll deduct another 5%. This brings
the blame percentage to 70.
When the lawsuit was first filed, the board of
education, led by former superintendent Johnny
Rogers, did not seek any help from groups like the
: Liberty Counsel.
This is despite the fact that many said they took
the information to the board offices so they could
seek out free legal assistance on this case.
Was Wyrosdick aware of this information?
Maybe.
But was he in power to make a decision to con-
tact them?
It.is doubtful since the School Board has legal
counsel with Paul Green and the Board sought
outside help when the lawsuit was filed in the
matter.
If you recall that was back in August of 2008.
So let's deduct about 20 more percentage points
on this blame list. .(For those keeping score, the
percentage now stands at 50.)
Now, all this mess with the ACLU actually start-
ed back in 2004 when they the schools were put on
notice for these so-called questionable practices.
Even School Board Member Jo Ann Simpson
said that Paul Green, the school board attorney,
was directed by the board to develop a policy con-
cerning the ACLU's issues.
Wyrosdick had nothing to do with that.
So, subtracting 30 percent for this issue leaves
him shouldering about 20 percent of the blame.
But Wyrosdick was not a voting member of the
Board and today's members were all on the board
at that time and unfortunately did not follow up in
making sure Green followed their wishes.
Each school board member should take more
than four percent responsibility for this oversight
on their part.
But with 20 percent of the blame being shoul-
dered now by Wyrosdick, we can only give. the
Board his 20 percent. And that leaves Wyrosdick
in the clear.
No, figures don't lie, but liars can figure and
this whole ordeal is merely an exercise to show
messes like this one can be "blamed around" just
about any way any one wants.
There are many who should take the blame for
our current lawsuit situation.
Residents are ready to run someone out of
town on a rail, but if the political. lynch mob that
is forming does this, it should make certain it gets
the "right people."



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Who am I and
who is God


I no longer claim to be a
Christian, nor am I a con-
formed atheist. Neither of
these religions, and they are
religions, can prove or dis-
'prove their beliefs. So I take
the stand of an agnostic,
a word coined by Thomas
Henry Huxley who said,
"Agnosticisrm simply means
that a man shall not say he
knows or believes that for
which he has no grounds for
professing to believe."
That's me 'show me the
brother', I've been called
a Doubting Thomas more
thah a few times in my ,
life. Another Thomas, the
disciple I believe was the.
first agnostic long before the
word was coined. But then,
this was just a story, which
many apostles, in a frenzy,
jumped on the bandwagon
to get their stories pub-
lished. I feel sure there were
others long before that. .
In my opinion, there are
too many religions; all claim-
ing theirs to be the only true
one. This makes for lots of
Gods. I offer a quote from
Stephen Roberts: I contend
that we are both atheists.
I just believe in one fewer
God than you do. When you
understand why you dismiss
all the other possible Gods,
you will understand why I
dismiss yours."
On the other hand, here
is another quote, this one
from one of the Bible writers
or editors, and there are
more than a few who have *
changed their views after
editing the bible. Henry
Cadbury, the biblical scholar
who contributed to the new
Revised Standard Version
of the Bible said, "I can de-
scribe myself as no ardent,
theist or atheist."
To me, hope, faith and


belief mean little, if all one
can say is, "it's in the Bible,
it's God's will." No one can
say they know God's will, an
entity whose existence can-
not be confirmed.
. Did God inspire the
Bible's writers? You cannot
prove it by me.
. Yes the Bible was written
by God-fearing men, but ,
you can't convince me they
were inspired by God, no
more than I am convinced
that all of these God-fear-
ing people these days who
say "God talked to me," or
"God wants me to do this,"
or "wants me to go here or
there." That's not God talk-
ing to them. They may here
a voice in their head, but it's
their own voice crying out
their desires. And when they
do what God told them to do,
and fail, it becomes "I must
have misunderstood God's
instructions," or "He wants
me to do something else." I
pity these poor souls and I
realize they are only trying
to do good, and that's good.
Let's not put it on God.
If there is a God out
there, He has more im-
portant.things to do; like
creating more.galaxies and
other worlds on which to
place more of His creations.
I do believe there are other
;worlds with sentient life on
them. If there is a God who
created the universe, I do
not believe He didit for our
amusement.
I think there is a lot of
misunderstanding about
people believing God spoke
or guided them. If I were
to say, "God inspired me to
write this article," I would be
committed to the local nut
ward before the sun sets.
And then, the Bible was
edited and reedited, and
even new ones were written
to satisfy new religions, how
many times, all by men, who
may have been scholars and


theologians, but assuming
there is a God who gave
them the authority to select
and edit God's words? Did
God get it wrong the first
time?
Did God speak to them
and guide them along the ,
way? Some even edited their
own works. Some started
their works and others-
finished it. Is that like start-
, ing a series such as Star
Trek? Others continued it,
orrewrote it. I guess God
spoke to them too. It's no
wonder this world is in the
shape it's in; one religion'
slaughtering another, whole
nations trying to wipe out
one another. And what erks
me is people praying for its
side to be victorious. If this
is what God wants, he has to
be an evil God.
Don't get me wrong, the
Bible is a good guide to live
your life by, even though it's
riddled with many contra-
dictions, atrocities, fables
apd fairy tales; it's only a
guide, a great collection of
short stories for children,
undoubtedly a best seller.
There's going to be a lot of
disappointed believers when
they wake up dead floating
around in space in a cloud of
tiny dust particles. That's a
guess, not a belief.
Things that destroyed
my faith, hope and belief;
first, like I said, I'm a.
doubter, but I tries for many
years to keep the faith. The
biggest thing to kick me in
the gut was the hypocrisy
of most, and maybe all,
churches and religions. It
came at me every day, in
many ways. Along with it
came backstabbing, gos-
siping and outright lying. It
slowly ground away at my ,
faith in the church and in
the congregation.
Then along came the
atrocities of church leaders.
The scandals kept hidden,


covered up and bribed away.
These went not unnoticed
by the top leaders. And all
the scandals in the small
churches that made the
front pages. "Not our pastor,
not our preacher," the con-
gregations cried. "Ah, this
is the life, no one is without
sin." Right, they go to jail,
only to come back, still lead-
ers, still sucking more from
their blind sheep, still bab-
bling about repentance.
It was all more than this
redneck/hillbilly could swal-
low. I lost hope. Now I be-
lieve only in nature, which
of course, includes space.
It's a marvelous universe
out there, something that
is real and can be verified.
Until something new and
explicable comes along, this
is where I'll stay.
I read signs in my neigh-
borhood saying, "Save our
schools, we are one nation
under God." My question
is whose God? Why should
one be allowed to stand
around arid have the beliefs
of some other God stuffed
down his throat? And it hap-
pens everyday. If you hear
it on the radio or television,
you have the option of turn-
ing it off or changing the sta-
tion. But at public meetings
and gatherings, one must
suffer the embarrassment
of sitting through it.
I think government run
schools should be done
away with. Home schooling,
private schools and church
schools are the way to go.
They are more efficient and
less expensive in the long
run. Let the government
put that money towards
more space exploration.
Maybe we will find God
out there somewhere, or
at least see more of his
creation?

Ray Shoop
Milton, Fla.


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Everyone is invited to
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For more information, call
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North in Jay, will be hav-.
ing a huge yard sale on
Saturday, February 6th,
from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. The
proceeds will go to Relay
for Life.

Bible Study
There will be an in-
formal King James Bible
Study in our home in
Milton on Mondays and
Friday at 6 p.m. Ques-
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Mt. Carmel United February
Methodist Church,
located on Highway 89 True Grace Fellow-


ship Church announces
its Revival Services on
Fabulous Fridays in .
February. Every Friday
.night beginning Feb. 5th,
there will be a featured'
speaker with special
music, (Feb. 12, Feb. 19,
and Feb. 26). Special
speakers will include Rev.
Ron Williamson, Rev. Don
Shoots, Rev. Kyle Shoots,
and Rev. Tracy Hobbs.
Special music will also be
featured The Lun-
sfords, Living Sacrifice,
Oak Grove Pentecostal
Church Choir, Andrew
Barrow, as well as great
congregational singing
and so much more! All
services begin at 7 p.m.


The church is located at
5178 Willard Norris Road,
Milton. For more infor-
mation, call Pastor Duke
Barrow at 850/623-4795
S(cliurch).

34th Annual Pensacola
Governmental
Prayer Breakfast
The 34th annual
Governmental Prayer
Breakfast will be held on
Saturday, Feb. 20.at 9 a,m.
at New World Landing,
600 S. Palafox St., in Pen-
sacola. The single purpose
of the Prayer Breakfast is
to encourage moral and
spiritual values in.


government.
The recipient of the
Lifetime Achievement
Award will be Frank
Lay, Principal, Pace
High School. The key-
note speaker will be Mat
Staver, Founder and
Chairman, Liberty Coun-
sel, Dean and Professor
of Law, Liberty University
School of Law.
Reservation informa-
tion is as follows. Cost
is $12 per person or
$100 reserved table for
eight (Note: reserved
tables should be paid in
advance, and tickets will
be mailed to you to give
to those sitting at your
tabless). Make checks


payable to Governmental
Prayer Breakfast.
Make reservations by
phone (850/436-7857)
by Feb. 12. To pay in
advance, send to
Charity Chapel Church,
Attn: Jerry Ireland,
5820 Montgomery Ave.
Pensacola, FL 32526.
For additional informa-
tion, contact Rev. Wayne
Riddlebaugh, Chairman,
Prayer Breakfast Steer-
ing Committee, 3350
Gladewood Lane, Pace,
FL 32571. P: 994-8484;
Cell: 712-2894; e-mail:
Wayne@American
HeritageMinistry.org.
Honoring God in Govern-
.ment.


Whiting Field works to save energy on base


,:,By Ens. Joanna Clark
NAS Whiting Field Public Afairs
A new energy source
will :heat the Wings Club
at Naval Air Station Whit-
ing Field. As part of an en-
ergy conservation effort,
the process of switching
.the hot water supply from
the existing 2.1 mil Btu/hr
rated natural gas powered
steam boiler to the solar
powered system began
Jan. 15 .and will be com-
pleted Jan. 29.
The instillation cost, in-
ternally funded from with-
in the base, was $75,000.
The new system, however,
will pay for itself within six
years since the predicted
annual savings will amount
to $13,000. It will not only


be better for the environ-
ment, but it will save the
base money over time. .
The new boiler system,
entirely powered by the
sun, incorporates two dif-
ferent types of solar pan-
els. Solar collector' panels
use energy from sunlight
to heat water while solar
voltaic panelsI convert the
sun's energy into electric-
ity for the user to control
the system and to pump
the hot water throughout
the system.
"There are a series of
tubes that take UV rays
from the sun and physi,
cally make the water hot,"
Jay Baynes, Whiting Field
Project Resources En-
gineer said. "The photo-
voltaic panels create the


electricity to run the entire
system and charge the bat-
tery."
Sean Gardner, part
owner and operator of
Compass Solar Energy,
went on to explain that the
battery will hold a charge
that can operate the sys-
tem for three days without
sunlight.
"The pipes are run on
very low energy. They are
run by a battery that is
charged by the solar pan-
els. If the sun is not out, it
[the system] will run off
the charged batteries."
There are also two back-
up sources to heat the wa-
ter in the case of system
failures .or for winter heat-.
ing. An electric run water
heater was added into the


system and the old steam
boiler will remain as a sec-
ond back-Up.
-The instillation and uti-
lization of this new system
is a step in the direction of
a greener base. If it proves
itself to be successful over
time, new water heating
systems may appear in
new buildings throughout
the NAS Whiting Field.
Baynes is already optimis-,
tic that solar heating may
become base's the future
water heating source:,
"We don't currently
have anything specific in
mind," he said. "But we
have hot water demands
for the Combined Bachelor
Quarters and Aces Club
that this system would be
ideal for."


ENS. JOANNA CLARK I Special to thePress Gazette
Compass.Solar Energy Installer Tim Hodges turns
on the water to flow through the pipes of the solar
panels to the new water heater at Naval Air Station
*Whiting Field's Wings Club Jan. 22. The solar
water heater will replace an older, less efficient gas
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Dear Pastor Gallups "I was reading an article about the
Anthropic Principal It sounded interesting, but I did not fully
.understand it. Can you shed some light on this?" J.T. -Milton
Dear J. T.
The Anthropic Principal is just at fancy title for the mounting evi-
dence that has many scientists believing that the universe .is
extremely fine-tuned (designed) to support human life here on
earth.
Its not that there are just a few broadly defined constants that
may have resulted by chance. Ih.fact, there are more than 100
very narrowly defined constants that strongly point to an intelli-
gent Designer.
Astrophysicist Hugh Ross has calculated the probability that
these and other constants (122 in all) would exist today for any
planet in the universe by chance. Assuming there trillions of
planets in the universe his answer is shocking; one chance in
10 to the 138th power.
In effect, there is a zero percent chance that any planet in the
universe would have the life-supporting conditions we have,
unless there is an intelligent Designer behind it all.
Of the more than 100 factors of very narrowly and precisely
defined constants that make life possible on earth an apparent-
ly ONLY on earth below are the first 15 that Ross lists, just
for an example of the complexity of necessary life sustaining
factors.
1: Oxygen Level'
2: Atmospheric Transparency .
3: Moon-Earth.Gravitational Interaction
4: Carbon Dioxide level
5: Gravity
6: Centrifugal Force of Planetary Movements
7: Rate Of Expansion
8: Speed Of Light
9: Water Vapor Levels
10: The Jupiter Protection Effect
11: The Earths Crust Thickness
12: The Earths Rotation Precision
13: Axis Tilt
14: Atmospheric Discharge of Lightening
15: Seismic Activity Precise Sensitivity

The list goes on and on. Yes, J.T., it appears that earth and earth
alone was designed for life and specifically human life. The evi-
dence for the Creator God as revealed in the Bible is all around
us. The evidence is becoming clearer every day through REALE
science.
Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in Milton. He has a Bachelor of
Science degree from Florida State University, and a Master of Divinity from The New Orleans
Baptist Theological Seminary. He has been pastor of HHBC since 1987. He serves as an
International Youth Evangelist for the Southern Baptist Convention preaching all over the U.S. and
Canada. For more information about HHBC, call 623-8959 or 626-8951, fax: 623-0197.
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Sports SIDELINE

Fidelis sign-ups: Fidelis Community Park
Little League will have registration from 10 a.m. to
2 p.m. today and Feb. 6 at Blair's Tote-Bag in Ber-
rydale, Fla. The fee is $55 for the first child and $50
for each additional child. This is for baseball, T-ball,
pre T-ball, and softball. For more information call
675-6998.

FCSR Soccer sign-ups: Registration is cur-
rently on going for the spring recreational soccer
season on the Futbol Club of Santa Rosa website,
www.fcsantarosa.com. The registration period will
run through March 2010. The registration fees are:
U6-$65 and U8 and above-$75, onsite registration
will be available Tuesdays and Thursdays from
5:30-7:OOPM. For further information contact:
greene.rick5@gmail.com. Information on the rec-
reational and select soccer programs is available
on the club website.

City of Milton Golf Tournament for Relay:
The 9th annual City of Milton Employees' Golf
Tournament will be held on March 19 at Tangle-
wood Golf and Country Club in Milton with a
shotgun start at noon. The cost per player is $70,
which includes green fees, cart & barbeque. Team
sponsorships are $340. Tee and green advertise-
ments are available for $70 per sign. All forms can
be downloaded at www.ci.milton.fl.us. Donations
for door prizes are needed. All proceeds benefit
Milton Relay for Life. For more information, con-
tact Lamar Whitaker at 983-5417 or Linsey William-
son at 983-5466*

Wresting practice: Youth wrestling every Tues-
day and Thursday at Hobbs Middle School. Prac-
tice will run 7-8:30 p.m., with Olympic Coach Rob
Hermann running the Tuesday sessions. Practice
is open to all ages and both genders. This year,
wrestlers will face off against Niceville, Crestview,
Gulf Breeze, Panama City and Pensacola YMCA.
For more information, call Coach Ben Menefee at
450-2434 or e-mail pantherwrestlihg@mnchsi.com.

Milton sign-ups: City. of Milton youth baseball
and softball registration is underway and will
continue until the leagues reach the maximum
capacity of players. The child's age as'of April 30,
2010 will determine which league they play in: ages
5 & 6 T-ball, 7 & 8 coach pitch and 9-14 kid pitch. .
The fee is $50 for the first child and $45 for each ad-
ditional child. Price includes:,shirt, cap and trophy.
Head coach's children play for free. Forms and
payment will be accepted Monday through Friday
from 12:30 to 8 p.m. or on Saturdays from .10 a.m.
to 5 p.m. at the Milton Community Center, 5629 By-
rom Street. Season willbegin March 15. For more
information, contact Robert Arnold at 850-983-5466
or miltonparks@ymail.com.

GPYAC sign-ups: Gospel Projects registration
is underway for T-ball, girls softball and boys base-
ball. Registration is 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday-Friday
at Santa Rosa Christian School 6r 9 a.m. to noon
at the Gospel Projects Youth Athletic Club. Gospel
Projects provides programs for children from
3-and-one-half to 14. If you want more information
or are interested in coaching, umpiring or sponsor-
ing a team, call 623-4671. There are no reserved
spots for returning players, and GPYAC reserves
the right to close registration in any league before
the Feb. 13 deadline if numbers dictate. For more
information, visit www.youthathleticclub.org;

EMYA spring sign-ups: East Milton Youth.As-
sociation is hosting its spring sports registrations
for baseball, softball and soccer 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.,
every Saturday. Registration is $70 per person, and
a East Milton Youth Association Family Member-
ship is $20. A late registration fee may apply after
Feb. 13. For more information, go to www.eastm-
iltonyouthsports.com.

UWF volleyball skills clinic: West Florida
volleyball has announced its 2010 General Skills
Clinic, to be offered for eight weeks beginning Jan.
31. The clinic will meet 4:30-6:30 p.m. each Sunday
with the exception of a single week in February
when the clinic will meet on a Saturday. The clinic
is available to fourth- through eighth-grade girls at
the UWF Field House on the main campus in Pen-
sacola. The cost to participate is $115. Registration
forms and more information can be found at www.
GoArgos.com. Visit the volleyball main page and
follow the camps link on the right side of the page
to access registration forms. For more informa-
tion, contact Melissa Wolter at mwolter@uwf.edu.

East Milton Youth Association volunteers
needed: East Milton Youth Association is looking
for volunteers to fill the board positions of baseball,
soccer and basketball director. If you would like
to volunteer your knowledge and organize any of
these sports, please call 336-3498 or 313-5440.

Double Bridge Run and Pensacola Mara-
thon: The 2010 Double Bridge Run is scheduled for
Feb. 6. The double Bridge Run is a 15K that begins
in Pensacola, crosses the Pensacola Bay Bridge
and the Bob Sikes Bridge and finishes on Pensaco-
la Beach. There is also a 5K Run/Walk that begins
in Gulf Breeze and finishes on Pensacola Beach.
Registration is $35. Go to pensacolasports.com to
register. Go to pensacolasports.com to register
or for more information. For questions about the
Double Bridge Run or the Pensacola Marathon,
contact the Pensacola Sports Association at 434-
2800 orjolliff@pensacolasport.com.

Arthritis Walk: The Arthritis Foundation's
annual 2010 Arthritis Walk will take place on April
24 at 9:00 a.m. at the West Florida Rehabilitation


Institute on North Davis Highway. Teams are
forming now and sponsors are being sought. This
is a non-competitive 5K or one-mile walk. For more
information please call 471-1541 or 800-578-7183.

More activities can be found at www.srpress-
gazette.com. Look for the box called "Things to
Do." There, you can check on activities by ZIP
code or type. You are welcome to enter your
events there as well.


FWC REPORT


This report represents some -
events the FWC Northwest Region
handled from Jan. 22 to Jan. 28;
however, it does not include all ac-
tions taken by the Division of Law
Enforcement.

Escambia County
Officer Fred Rondeau checked a
subject fishing off of Old Corey Field
Road in Pensacola and discovered the
individual had five outstanding war-
rants for worthless checks. The sub-
ject was transported to the Escambia,
County Jail to process the warrants.

Santa Rosa County
Officer Rondeau checked an indi-
vidual at Archie Glover Boat Ramp and
found the subject in possession of an
undersize red drum. A notice to appear
citation was issued..

FWC officers wdre traveling west
on Interstate 10 when they observed
a blue sedan swerving from lane to I
lane. The officers initiated a stop of the
vehicle to ascertain if the operator was
impaired. When officers approached
the driver's side, the window was down
* and they could smell a strong odor of
alcoholic beverage coming from the ve-
hicle and the driver himself. The driver
immediately asked the officers if they
could call his mother to come and pick
him up because he didn't want to go to
jail. Officers asked the driver to per-
form several field sobriety tasks. He
complied, showing several signs of
impairment during the process. The
driver was arrested for driving under
the influence and transported to the
Santa Rosa County Jail. He refused to
provide a sample of his breath to deter-
mine his blood alcohol content.

Okaloosa County.
Lieutenant Mark Hollinhead was


. off duty when he observed a vehicle
floating in the Shoal River on Highway
393. The river was flooded and the
highway and bridges were completely
submerged. Lieutenant Hollinhead
learned from Investigator Eddie Gatlin
that he had just checked the river and
the vehicle was not in the water. Local
officers were requested to respond with
vessels to determine if anyone was in-
side the vehicle. Lieutenant Hollinhead
and Investigator Gatlin traveled back
. to Crestview to access the north side of
the river where it was determined that
someone was in the vehicle. A Depart-
ment of Corrections officer had tried
to drive through the swift flood water
when her, car became submerged and
started floating down river. Lieutenant
Hollinhead and Investigator Gatlin
launched a vessel and retrieved the
subject from her vehicle, which was
completely submerged by the time they
reached her. Two volunteer firefighters
from Dorcas Volunteer Fire Depart- i
ment assisted with the water rescue.


the closed area without violation. Offi-
cer Maltais located one man within the
closed area without a gun. The subject
was turned over to Eglin Range.Patrol
for being in the closed area. The
subject was cited and banned from
hunting on Eglin for two weeks.

Okaloosa Couity Cops
'Officers Matt Webb and Alan
Kirchinger attended the annual Moth-
ers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)
ceremony in Okaloosa County. Both
officers were recognized for the boat-
ing under the influence cases they
had made during 2009.

Walton County
Officers Pete Rockwell, Ken White,
Alan Kirchinger, Espy Letcher, Don'
Walker, and Investigators Eddie Gat-
lin and Shelby Williams responded to
the Florida Hiking Trail on Eglin Wild-
life Management Area regarding two
stranded hikers. The hikers became
stranded due to flash flooding from


. Lieutenant Mark Hollinhead, Of- torrential rain the previous night. In-,
ficers Danny Arnette and Matt Webb vestigators Gatlin and Williams
investigated a case involving a deer located the subjects in a tree. They
that had been shot on private prop- were rescued from flood waters by the
erty from adjoining property. While Freeport Water Rescue Team.
on the property, the officers observed
hunting dogs pursuing a deer. The Calho.n County
landowner had not given permission ou
for the dogs to.be on his property. The Officer Scott Cassels received a comn-
officers later identified a hunting plaint of shots fired in a farm field near
party responsible for the dogs. Five the end of legal shooting hours. Upon
warnings were issued for allowing checking the location, he encountered
dogs to pursue deer on private prop- two vehicles exiting a gate on the
erty without being permitted. The farm. An inspection of the vehicles
trespass investigation is still pending.. and subjectsrevealed a freshly killed
doe deer with.an antlerless deer tag
Officers Van Barrow, Pete Rockwell, attached to one of the rear legs. When
Andy Maltais, Ryan Nelson, Steve pulled, the tag easily came apart and
Bartlett, and K-9 Officer Sarah Man-, showed signs of being altered allowing it
ning worked a special detail on Eglin to be used numerous times. The subject
property targeting violations in closed claiming possession of the deer also had
areas. During the detail, several hunt- nonresident hunting license. Appropriate
ers were checked in areas adjacent to citations were issued.


Tide REPORT


Pensacola Bay
Thursday, Feb. 4, 2010
6:37 a.m. CST Sunrise
9:52 a.m. CST Moonset
2:43 p.m. CST High tide 0.86 Feet
5:28 p.m. CST Sunset
11:46 p.m. CST Moonrise
Friday, Feb. 5, 20106
1:50 a.m. CST Low tide -0.39 Feet
6:37 a.m. CST Sunrise
10:31 a.m. CST Moonset,
3:28 p.m. CST High tide 1.01 Feet
5:28 p.m. CST Sunset
. 5:49 p.m. CST 3rd Quarter moon -
Saturday, Feb. 6, 2010
12:48'a.m, CST Moonrise
-'3:17 a.m. CST Low tide -0.52 Feet
6:36 a.m. CST Sunrise
11:14 a.m,CST Moonset
4:25 p'm. CST High tide 1.09-Feet '
5;29 p.m. CST Sunset
Sunday, Feb. 7, 2010
1:47 a.m. CST Moonrise
.4:30 a.m. CST Low tide -0.60 Feet
6:35' a.m. CST Sunrise
12:01 pF.m. CST Moonset
5:30 p.m. CST Sunset
5:32.p.m. CST High tide 1.1.3 Feet'

East Bay
Thursday, Feb. 4, 2010
1:13 a.m. CST Low tide -0.24 Feet
6:36 a.m. CST Sunrise
9:50 a.m. CST Moonset
3:26.p.m. CST High tide 1.03 Feet
5:26 p.m. CST Sunset
11:45 p.m. CST Moonrise
Friday, Feb. 5, 2010
3:08 a.m. CST Low tide -0.47 Feet


6:36 a.m. CST Sunrise
10:29 a:m.- CST Moonset
4:11 p.m. CST High tide 1.21 Feet
5:27 p.m. CST Sunset
5:49 p.m. CST 3rd Quarter moon
Saturday, Feb. 6, 2010
S12:47 a.m. CST Moonrise
4:35 a.m. CST Low tide -0.62 Feet
.6:35 a.m, CST Sunrise
11:12 a.m..CST Moonset
5:08 p.m. CST High tide 1.31 Feet
5:28 p.m. CSTSunset '

Sunday, Feb. 7, 2010
1:46 a.m. CST Moonrise
5:48 a.m. CST Low tide -0.72 Feet ,
6:34 a.m. CST Sunrise
11:59 a.m. CST Moonset.
5:29 p.m. CST. Sunset
6:15 p.m. CST High'tide 1.35 Feet

Blackwater River
Thursday, Feb. 4, 2010
1:43 a.m. CST Low tide -0.24 Feet
6:37 a.m. CST Sunrise
9:50 a.m. CST Moonset
4:22 p.m. CST High tide. 1.03 Feet
5:26 p.m. CST Sunset
11:45 p.m. CST Moonrise'
Friday, Feb. 5, 2010
3:38 a.m. CST Low tide -0.47 Feet
6:36 a.m. CST Sunrise,
10:30 a.m. CST Moonset
5:07 p.m. CST High tide 1.21 Feet
5:27 p.m. CST Sunset
5:49 p.m. CST 3rd Quarter moon
Saturday, Feb. 6, 2010
12:47 a.m. CST Moonrise
5:05 a.m. CST Low tide -0.62 Feet,
6:36 a.m. CST Sunrise'


S11:12a.m. CSTMoonset
5:28 p.m. CST Sunset
6:04 p.m. CST High tide 1.31 Feet.
Sunday, Feb. 7, 2010
.1:47 a.m. CST Moonrise
6:18 a.m. CST Low tide -Q.72 Feet
6:35 a.m.. CST Sunrise
11:59 a.m. CST Moonset
5:29 p.m. CST Sunset
7:11 p.m. CST High tide 1.35 Feet


Navarre Beach
Thursday, Feb. 4, 2010
12:14 a.m. CST Low tide -0.10 Feet
6:36 a.m. CST Sunrise
9:50 a.m. CST Moonset
12:52 p.m. CST High tide 0.81 Feet
' 5:26 p.m. CST Sunset.,
11:44 p.m. CST Moonrise '
Friday, Feb. 5, 2010
1:09 a.m. CST Low tide -0.34 Feet
6:35 a.m. CST Sunrise
10:29 a.m. CST Moonset
1:25 p.m.' CST High tide 0.95 Feet
5:27 p.m. CST Sunset
5:49 p.m. CST 3rd Quarter moon
Saturday, Feb. 6, 2010
12:46 a.m. CST Moonrise
2:02 a.m. CST Low tide -0.52 Feet
6:35 a.m. CST'Sunrise
11 12 a.m. CST Moonset
2:18 p.m. CST High tide 1.02 Feet
5:28 p.m. CST Sunset
Sunday, Feb. 7, 2010
1:46 a.m. CST Moonrise
2:51 a.m. CST Low tide -0.63 Feet
6:34 a.m. CST Sunrise
11:59 a.m. CST Moonset
3:17 p.m. CST High, tide 1.05 Feet
5:29 p.m. CST Sunset


PANTHERS from page'A8


Milton Principal Mike Thorpe was
relieved to get the announcement
over and to the players.
"I am very excited about the future
of the football program," Thorpe said.
"You saw who was in charge when he
was speaking to them.
"During the interview process,
there wasn't any doubt. Every time,
Bobby's name kept rising to the top. I
want extreme intensity from our foot-
ball program, and he is going to bring
it."
When the position became open,
Thorpe estimates he received 60 re-
sumes and 10 to 12 phone calls, but it
wasn't that simple.
"Many, of the coaches we talked to


were like they wanted us to just give
them the job," Thorpe said. "It was
like they were afraid to let their name
get out, but Bobby wasn't like that.,
"Bobby came here and interviewed
with us and also checked out the com-
munity. Many of the interviews we
conducted were only done by tele-
phone."
Only 15 coaches went through the'
process of actually applying for the
job.
According to Thorpe, it was a very
sought-afteirposition, with calls and in-
quiries from Texas, Georgia, Alabama,
North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky,
Pennsylvania, Ohio and Florida.
"We had college coaches, high


school coaches and even coaches who
have experience as assistants in the
professional level," Thorpe said. "We
even had existing high school coaches
with state titles to their resume in-
quire.
"But through it all, Bobby's name
kept rising to the top of our list, and I
think as the community gets to know
him, they will welcome him and em-
brace him."
Johns replaces Mike McMillion,
the former Milton coach who resigned
in December 2009 after 10 years as
Panther head coach.
During his stay at Milton, McMil-
lion posted a career mark of 65-21,
while his career win mark is 98-61.


ROUNDUP from page A8


Shelby Pardy and Maken-
zie Ervin both scored 17
points for Pace, while Taron
Bright added 10.
Candace Mulford led Jay
with 17 points, while Calloway
added 14.
In Allentown, Central de-
feated PCA 60-27.
Central (14-5) jumped out
to a 14-2 lead and extended it


to 29-8 by intermission.
Daysha Enfinger led the
way for Central with 25 points
and 12 rebounds, while Cait-
lyn Chmpbell added 16.
In Milton, the Lady Pan-
thers edged Mobile-Murphy
High 42-41 at home Thursday.
The Lady Panthers sealed
the back-and-forth affair when
Veronica Ffrench drove the


length of the floor for a layup.
with five seconds remaining
for the win.
' Ffrench led the way for the
Panthers with 19 points in the
win as they improved to 19-6
overall.
In girls soccer, Pace's
season came to a quick end
with 2-0 loss to Niceville in
the Region 1-5A quarterfinal


game at Pace.
After winning their first
district title in 12 years, the
Lady Patriots could not find
the back of the net.
An early scoring oppor-
tunity wentby the nets, and
Niceville found the back of
the net late in the first half
and again early in the second
half to seal the win.


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Three to fulfill dreams on Signing Day


By BILL AMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Many gridiron stars dream of National
Signing Day.
Though they dream of this particular
day, not all college hopefuls will get an op-
portunity to, play football on Saturday, and
even fewer get to sign their letter of intent,
but in Santa Rosa County, there will be
three who take the next step.
Today's activities will get under way at
Pace High School as Patriot kicker Greg
Peranich.will sign a scholarship.
Peranich, who many thought would be


GREG RUSH KODY
PERANICH HENDRICKS LUNSFORD

going to Mississippi College, is expected
to sign his letter of intent to play for Sam-
ford University in Birmingham, Ala. '
This signing will reunite Peranich with


former Pace Patriot Riley Hawkins, who is
currently playing for the Bulldogs.
Samford is a member of the Southern
Conference, which features the likes of
Appalachian State and Elon.
At 1 p.m., the Jaguars of South Alabama
are expected to land a "Royal" cat.
Senior Rush Hendricks, a three-sport
star at Jay, is expected to sign to play for
Joey Jones and the South Alabama Jag-
uars. .
Hendricks, who played both ways for,
Jay head coach Elijah Bell, is expected to
come in and make an impact for the Jag-
uars with his athletic ability.


The Jay senior will be reunited with
former Royal Dustin James, a lineman at
USA, and one-time Royal and former Troy
Trojan John Mark Patrick.
Hendricks will be one of the celebrated
members to the Jaguars' second signing
class.
The third signing will be at Milton High
-School when Kody Lunsford signs his na-
tional letter this afternoon to play for the
University of West Alabama.
West'Alabama is a member of the Gulf
South Conference in football.
Last season, the Tigers went 8-5 over-
all and 5-3 in conference play.


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About 200 boys and gir s raved-
low temperatures Saturday at Pace
Area Recreational Park for a free
baseball camp. The camp was hosted
by My Relevant Life Church. The


Panthers have selected new Big Cat


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Pending, Santa Rosa County School
Board approval during its first .meeting in
February, Bobby Johns is the new football
coach at Milton High School.
Johns, 39, who coached Baker County
this past season, was introduced to the
players and coaches on campus Friday af-
ternoon.
The Panthers, who went 5-5 this past
season under the direction of former Coach
Mike McMillion, won more games in 2009
than the previous teams Johns has taken
over.
"All the teams I have coached before only
amounted to five wins altogether," Johns
told the Panthers in an introductory meet-
ing. "The most any one team I took over the
season before I arrived was two.
"So I feel we are in very good shape, and
I am very excited to be here."
Johns told the Panthers in attendance
that all of the work to meet his goals
will begin in the weight room, as he is
looking to play a very physical, style of de-
fense and make the players students of the
game.
"I am here to build on the tradition this
program has, and I want everyone here to
commit themselves to that goal," Johns
said. "We can do this with our work in the
weight room and off-season program. This
is what it 'will take for us to go to the next
level.
"We are not just looking to be winners,
but champions. First it will be the district
championship, and from there we are go-
ing deep into the playoffs, and there is no
reason not to win the state title."
As a coach, Johns is familiar with state


BILL GAMBLING | Press Gazette
Bobby Johns addresses the members of
the Milton Football team who attended
Friday afternoon's meeting to meet the
new Milton football coach.
titles, as five of his past 10 years he has won
the State Weightlifting Titles, including 2008
and 2009 at Baker County.
"My goal is to transform you to a champi-
onship football program," Johns said. "And
together if you will rally around the coaches
and the mission at hand, -we can achieve
this and more."
The high-energy coach has had some
big success in Panhandle football when he
coached Blountstown with a state runner-
up team followed by a final four appearance
while there from 2001 to 2005.


JOHNS COACHING ROADMAP
1994: Assistant coach, Baker County
1995-97: Defensive coordinator, Lake
City Columbia'
1998: Head coach, Clearwater Country-
side
1999-2000:. Head coach, Winter Hayen
Lake Region
2001-2005: Head coach, Blountstown
High" '
2006-2009: Head coach, Baker County
*Team played in 1997 Class 6A Champi-
onship Game
."Class A State Championship game 2004,
Final 4 Class A 2005

Since returning to his native Baker
County, he has won two of the past three
district titles, with overall records of 10-2,
9-2 and 9-2.
When he took the Baker County program
over, it was 0-10.
Johns also took notice of a rival just six
miles down the road district rival Pace.
Pace has defeated Milton the past seven
times they have met.,
"I want us to not only to change the
course of the program, but the community,"
Johns said. "And when I say that, I am talk-
ing about six miles down the road.
"This is important not only because of
the rivalry, but it is also a district game. Be-
cause of that, you can count on me talking
about this game the first day I get here and
not just the week before. -And I will continue
to talk about it till we take care of the busi-
ness at hand."

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PREP ROUNDUP


BILL GAMBLING I Press Gazette
Sam -rvin goes up for two points'
against the Panthers' defense as
Pace avenges an earlier season'
foss 54-44.


Pace gets


payback on


Panthers

By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Jason Varney was disappointed the
last time he played Milton.
SDespite a yeoman's effort, the Pal
triots came up three points short.
Friday night, it was raining outside
the Panther's Den and raining inside
as well.
But the rain came from Varney,
who scored 19 points in Pace's 54-44
win over Milton.
Pace (15-7) took early control of the
game and tempo, getting open looks
and scoring at ease in the first quar-
ter.
Some deadly long-range shooting
and open back-door passes helped the
Patriots build a 21-15 advantage.
The Patriots would extend that
lead to seven by intermission.
Milton made a small charge in the
third quarter, but the deficit was too
big to overcome.
Varney led all scorers on the night,
while Brandon Allen led Milton with
16.
On Saturday night, Milton got back
to its winning ways, dismantling West
Florida Tech 53-32.
Milton (17-4) jumped out to a 16-8
lead and sailed the rest of the night.
Allen led the Panthers with 15
points in the final home game of the
season.
In girls action Friday, Jay disposed
of Aletheia Christian 48-37.
After taking a 9-8 lead in*the first
quarter, Jay (12-9) put the game away
with a 19-11 run before halftime.
Tessa Hendricks led Jay with 14
points, while Becca Calloway added
10.
On Friday night, it wasn't the same
result for Jay.
Pace traveled to Jay and left with a
60-56 victory.
Jay held a three-point lead heading
into the final quarter over the visiting
Lady Patriots until Pace whipped off
a 21-14 run.

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SANTA ROSA COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE LEADERSHIP AWARDS AND INSTALLATION BANQUET


SNA ROSA COUNTY


Chamber of Commerce
AND


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The Santa
Rosa County
Chamber of
Commerce
unveiled a
new look
as they
take a new
approach ihn
the upcoming
Year,
according to
new chamber
SPresident
Rickardo
Layum.
SPECIAL TO THE
PRESS GAZETTE


.WALT REESE,
ENVIRONMENTAL
CONSERVATION
AWARD
Chris Verlinde'


COMMUNITY
ACHIEVEMENT
AWARD
Blackwater Pyrates
Inc.


VOLUNTEER
OF THE YEAR
Connie Clark


BUSINESS
OF THE YEAR
102.7-FM WXBM/
Soft Rock 94.1-FM


INDUSTRY
OF THE YEAR
United Bank


EMERGING LEADER
OF THE YEAR
Jayer Williamson


COMMUNITY LEADER
OF THE YEAR
Carrie Swilley


WOMAN,
OF THE YEAR
Margarita Vasquez


MAN OF THE YEAR
Sheriff Wendell Hall


HALL OF FAME
AWARD
Doctor Elbert
W. Sutton


FRED HUNTER SPIRIT
OF SANTA ROSA
COUNTY AWARD
Honor Flight,
Santa Rosa County
Initiative


PRESIDENT'S AWARD
Santa Rosa Clean
Community System


Photos by BILL GAMBLIN I Press Gazette
Chris Verlinde was the recipient of the 2009 Walt
Reese Environmental Conservation Award for her
efforts with her. water conservation efforts through
the JFAS/University of Florida Extension Service in
Santa Rosa County.


The Blackwater Pyrates Inc. were honored as the .2009 Community Achievement
Award winners Saturday night at the Santa Rosa County Chamber of Commerce
Awards Banquet held at Sikes Hall aboard NAS Whiting Field.


Connie.Clark was named
the 2009 Santa Rosa
County'Chamber of
Commerce Woman of
the Year.


Dave Cobb, general manager of 102.7 FM ',"
WXBM and Soft Rock 94.1 FM, accepts the 2009 United Bank and its employees were honored as the
Business of the Year Award from the Santa Rosa 2009 Industry of the Year in Santa Rosa County by -
County Chamber of Commerce. the Santa Rosa County Chamber of Commerce.


Jayer Williamson was
honored as the 2009
Emerging Leader of the
Year by the Santa Rosa
County Chamber of
Commerce for his efforts
in the community..


Gulf Power's Carrie
Swilley was honored as
the 2009 Community
Leader of the Year
Award by the Santa
Rosa County Chamber of
Commerce.


Margarita Vasquez was
honored Saturday night
as the 2009 Santa Rosa
County Chamber of
Commerce's Womari of
the Year.


The late Dr. I-bert W. button was,
honored with the Santa Rosa County
Chamber Hall of Fame Award, an
award given out when the board
feels there is a person who deserves
the honor. Dr. Sutton's widow, Fran,
accepted the,award on behalf of
her late husband,.-vho served as the
director of the Santa Rosa County
Health Department while in Santa
Rosa County.


Josh Durst was presented
a plaque for his service
Sheriff Wendell Hall .was honored to the Santa Rosa County
Saturday night as the 2009 Chamber as president
-Santa Rosa County Chamber of during 2009 from incoming
Commerce's Man of the Year. President Ricardo Layum.


Honor Flight, Santa Rosa County Initiative was honored tor its efforts.in sending Santa Rosa County
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The Dragonfly Gallery
will be the site of Begin-
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Local artist, Jean Norris,
will conduct classes on the
second and fourth Wednes-
day of each month. The
classes will be from 9 a.m.
until 2 p.m. each day. Cost
is $20 for each class. A list
of items needed is available
upon registering. Class
size is limited, therefore,
advanced registration and
prepayment of fees are
required. You may register
by calling the Gallery at 981-
1100. The Dragonfly Gallery
located at 5188 Escambia
Street in historic down-
town Milton, is a mission .


of the Santa Rosa Arts and
Culture Foundation. Gallery
hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
, Tuesday through Saturday.

1st Gulf Coast
Clay Conference
The Gulf Coast Kiln
Walk Society, Inc., along
with our sponsors and
donors, is presenting the
first Gulf Coast Clay Con-
ference. The Conference,
hosted by Pensacola Ju-
nior College will coincide
with the firing and open-
ing of the huge anagama
kiln in Navarre, FL during
the 5th annual Woodstoke
Pottery Festival. The
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Carolina ceramist, profes-
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and Bill Clover, professor
of ceramics at PJC.
Pre-conference events
kick-off Thursday morning
(Feb. 11) at PJC and "Bad
Ass" coffee, compliments, of
Larry and Diane Manning
of the Magic Kiln. Chris
, Greenman ASU, Montgom-
ery, AL will relay his experi-
ences on a trip to Japan
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John Rezner will talk about
being "The Last Handmade
Brick Maker in America"
and Scott Meyer PhD UM,
will talk about the anagama
kiln n Montevella, AL.
The conference will
officially start at 1p.m. with
a four-hour demonstration
talk by John Britt on glazes,
firing techniques and '
method. .
Friday starts with late'
registrationand a conti-


nental breakfast. There
will be more events for
that day and Saturday.
Go to their website www.
gulfcoastkilnwalk.org for
more information. Registra-
tion will be accepted up to
and including the first day
of the event ($95.00). Can
call Robin Zehr at 434-7372,
Sara Zehr at 939-7972 or
Brenda Stokes at 939-2744
for more information.

Healthy' Start
meeting
The Healthy Start
Coalition of Santa Rosa
County, Inc. sets Monday,
Feb. 8 as their general
board meeting at 4 p.m.
at the Berryhill Complex,
6751 Berryhill Street in
Milton. All meetings are
open to the public. For
"further information, call
626-6751.


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HUD Grant helps -
shelter homeless with
mental illness
Special to the Press Gazette

The Avalon Indepen-
dent Living Program
inn Santa Rosa County
will share in a $570,000,
grant awarded to Lakev-
iew Center by the U.S.
Department of Housing
and Urban Development.
The grant will help sup-
port Lakeview's housing
programs for people who
are homeless and have
serious, persistent men-
tal illnesses and, in many
cases, co-occurring drug
or alcohol addictions.
Operating out of Ava-"
Ion Center in Milton, the
Independent Living Pro-
gram provides long-term
services that allow home-
less people to move from
shelters or encampments
and successfully live in
conventional residences
within the community.
Specially trained behav-
ior health technicians
work with the program's
clients to help them
become more self-suf-
ficient. The technicians';,
services include housing
placement and help with
money management,
medication management,
household maintenance
and time management. .
The Independent.
Living Program also
provides: case manage-
ment referral services,
. linkage to day treatment
and psychiatric support
services, vocational and
employment assistance,
social~skills training, sub-
stance abuse treatment
services.
In addition to the
Avalon program, the
HUD grant will help fund
Lakeview Center's inde-
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in Escambia County and
the transitional living
program in Lakeview
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show on the program the Academy will offer to selected 7th to 12th grade students. Hans Krucke, Navy League United States
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the 2010 Navy League officers who included JoAnn Sisson, President; Bob'Asmus, Vice President; Terry Rauch, Secretary; and
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The following arrests
were made beginning. ,
January 7 through January
18, 2010.
Perret, Brittany Lee;
Female; 18; 8853 Turkey
Bluff Rd, Navarre; DUI.
1/7/10
.Barry Joseph Thomas;
Male; 17; 6452 Wilmar Ave,
Milton; Battery-Touch or
Strike (2 cts.), Damage,
Prop-Crim Misch $200 and
Under, Public Peace Re-
cruit Encourage Criminal
Gang 1st Offense (4 cts.),
Obstructing Justice-In-
timidate Threaten Etc Vict
Witness Informant. 1/8/10
Bartley, Christopher
Edward; Male; 26; 5436
Easy Street, Milton;
Counterfeiting of Prescrip
tion Cause To Be 1st Off,
Fraud-Obtain Controlled:
Substance By. 1/8/10
Hartsell Josiah Mi-
chael; Male; 30; 5284 Broad
. St, Milton; Probation Viola-
tion-Felony. 1/8/10
Hinesley. William Jack;
Male; 41; 4105 Barrow
Lane, Holt; Drugs-Pos-
sess Meth W/Intent to
Sell Manufacture Deliver,
Marijuana Possess Not
More Than 20 Grams,
Drug-Equip Possess And
Or Use, Drug-Equip Pos-
sess Manufacture Deliver,
Drugs-Possess Listed
Chemical Witt Manufac-,
ture Cntrl Subs. 1/9/10
Hinote, Robin Cheryl;
Female; 41; 8017 Old Hick-
ory Hammock Rd, Milton;
Drugs-Possess Meth W/In-
tent to Sell Manufacture
Deliver, Marijuana-Possess
Not More Than 20 Grams,
Drug Equip-Possess And
Or Use, Drug Equip-Pos-
sess Manufacture Deliver,
Drugs-Possess Listed
Chemical Wit Manufacture
Cntrl Substance. 1/9/09
Reed, Mark Eldon;
Male; 39; 6052 Sequoia
Drive, Pace; Sex Asslt By


18 YOA Older Sex Battery
Vict Under 12 YOA (15
cts.), Lewd Lascv Behavior
MolestVic Less 12 YOA
Offender 18 YOA or Older..'!
-dom. viol. (3 cts.). 1/8/10
Riker, Devonte Terrell;
Male; 17; 2533 Honeysuckle
Way, Niceville; Aggrav *"
Asslt-Weapon W/Deadly
Weapon W/O Intent to Kill,
Possession of Weapon or
Ammo By Fla Delinquent
Adult Felony. 1/8/10
SchluDp. Brian Joseph; ,
Male; 1969 Frontera St,
Navarre; Aggrav Asslt-
Weapon W/Deadly Weapon
W/O Intent to Kill. 1/8/10
Simmons, Malchom
Bernard; Male; 54; 650
Olive Road, Pensacola;
Probation Violation-Fel-
ony or Commty Cont Re
Unk/... 1/8/10
Smith, Scott Michael;
Male; 30; 7511 Henderson
Smith Rd, Milton; Fraud
False Owner Info Pawn
items Less Than $300,
Dealing in Stolen Property,
Battery Felony. 1/8/10
White, James David;
Male; 53; 608 Highpioint;
Drive, Alexandria, LA;
Out of State Fugitive From
Justice. 1/9/10
Parker, Sharon Kay;, Fe-
male; 50; 4660 Kolb Road,
Milton; Battery on Officer
Firefighter EMT, Etc., Dis-
orderly Conduct. 1/9/10
Branson, Jr., Clarenbe
Richard; Male; 18; 2317
Prytania Circle, Navarre;
Dealing in Stolen Property.
1/8/10
Coates, Kevin Erby;
Male; 17; 5431 Old Berryhlill
Rd, Milton; Battery-Touch
or Strike (dom. viol.) (3
cts.), Kidnap-False, Im-
prisonment Adult or Child
Under 13 Years of Age (2
cts.), Sex Asslt Vict Over
12 YOA Physical Force No
DMG, Obstructing Justice-
Intimidate Threaten Etc
Vict Witness Informant (2


cts.) 1/10/10
Geuder, Derek Malcom;
Male; 26; 5517 Inwood
Drive, pace; Dangerous
Drugs-Purchase Other
Schedule II or W, Drugs-
PosseSs Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription, Marijuana
Possess Not More Than 20
Grams. 1/8/10
House, Deborah
Michelle; Female; 37; 3212
Cornell Drive, Gulf Breeze;
Larc $300 Less $10,000
From 65 YOA Older, Pass
Forged-Alter Bank Bill
Note Check Draft (2 cts.)
1/10/10
Logeman, Alexander
Lewis; Male; 16; 1819 West,
Lake Road, Murphysboro,
IL; Veh Theft-Grand Theft
of Motor Vehicle. 1/10/10
Mason, Lucas De-


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wayne; Male; 41; 11935
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Probation Violation-Felony.
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McDaniel, Jr., William
Harold; Male; 29; 5970
Munson Hwy., Milton;
Drive While Lic Susp Ha-
bitual Offender. 1/8/10.'
. Jenkins, Gregory Scott;
Male; 38; 6341 Park Av-
enue, Milton; DUI, DUI &
Damage Property. 1/9/10
Jones, Stryker Mack;
Male; 52; 404 Dracena Way,
Gulf Breeze; DUI. 1/10/10
Goff, Bret Lawrence;
Male; 49; 5738 Brooks Ln,
Pace; DUI. 1/99/10
Murphy, Ann Martin;
Ferinale; 40; 3805 Kings- '
berry Dr.,.Pensacola; DUI.
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Hardy;, Male; 46; 6699
Trammel Drive, Milton;
DUI. 1/9/10
Hilliard, Ronald Wil-.
liam; Male; 30; 5588 Oka-
loosa St, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 1/11/10
Mims, Kenneth
Devaughn; Male; 26; 1922
America Ave, Gulf Breeze;
Drive While Lie Susp Ha-
bitual Offender. 1/11/10
Osborne, Travis James;
Male; 23; 9109 Hundley
Road, Chattanooga, TN;
Out of State Fugitive From
JuStice. 1/11/10
.Parke Michael Wood;
Male; 46; 7062 W Gardner
St, Milton; Possess Co-
caine. 1/11/10
Goff Bret Lawrence;
Male; 49; 5736 Brooks Ln,
Pace; DUI. 1/9/10


Murphy, Ann Martin;
Female; 40; 3805 Kingberry
Dr, Pensacola; DUI. 1/8/10
Renfroe. Jr., James
Hardy; 6699 Trammel Dr.,
Milton; DUI. 1/9/10
Hilliard, Ronlald Wil-
liam; Male; 30;.5588 Oka-
loosa St, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 1/11/10
Mims, Kenneth
Devaughn; Male; 26; 1922
America Ave., Gulf Breeze;
Drive'While Lic Susp Ha-
bitual Offender. 1/11/10 -
Osborne, T',avis James;
Male; 23; 9109 Hundley
Road, Chattanooga, TN;
Out of State Fugitive From
Justice. 1/11/10.
Parker, Michael Wood;
Male; 46; 7062 W Gardner
St, Milton; Possess Co-
caine. 1/11/10


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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA
File No.
57-2009-CP-364
Division Probate
IN RE: ESTATE OF
WALTER L. DAVIES,
JR.
Deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINIS-
TRATION
(Intestate)
The administration of
the estate of Walter L.
Davies, Jr., deceased,
is pending in the Circuit
Court for Santa : Rosa
County, Florida, Pro-
bate Division, the ad-
dress of which is 6865
S.W. Caroline Street,
Milton, Florida, file


S 1100 1100
number 57-2009-CP- /s/ Waiter L. Davies, III
364. The estate is intes- Walter L. Davies, III
tate. The names and 27 Hurricane Drive
addresses of. the per- DeFuniak Springs, Flor-
sonal. representative Ida 32433
and the ,. personal
representative's attor- 012010
neay are set forth below. 012710
020310
Any interested person 021910
on whom a copy of the 1/110
notice of administration
is served who chal- Legal 1/11.1
lenges the qualification
of the personal repre- IN THE CIRCUIT
tentative, venue, or ju- COURT OF THE FIRST
risdiction of the court is JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
required to file any ob- AND FOR pANTA-
jection with the court in ROSA COUNTY, 'FLOR-
the manner provided in IDA
Florida Probate Rules File No.,
within the time required 57-2009-CP-364
by law or those objec- Division Probate
tions are forever
barred. IN RE: ESTATE QF
WALTER L. DAVIES,,
Any person entitled to JR.
exempt' property is re- Deceased.
quired to file a petition
for determination of ex- NOTICE TO CREDI-
empt property WITHIN TORS
THE TIME PROVIDED
BY LAW OR THE The administration of
RIGHT TO EXEMPT the estate of Walter L.
PROPERTY IS Davies, Jr.; deceased,
DEEMED WAIVED. An whose date of death
election to take an was November 30,
elective share must be 2009, and whose social
filed WITHIN THE TIME security number is
PROVIDEDBY LAW. XXX-XX-0143, file num-


Attorney for Personal.
Representative:
/s/ Clayton J.M.
Adkinson
Clayton J.M. Adkindon
Attomey
Florida Bar No. 17.1651
Adkinson Law Firm,
LLC .
Po~tOffice Box 1207
DeFuniak Springs, Flor-
ida 32435
.Telephone: (850)
892-5195
Personal Representa-
tive:
/s/ Erica Johnson
Erica Johnson
264 Timberwind
DeFuniak Springs, Flor-
Ida 32433
and


bar 57-2009-CP-364, is
pending in the Circuit,
Court for Santa Rosa
County, Florida, Pro-
bate Division, the ad-
dress of which is 6865
S.W. Caroline Street,
Milton, Florida 32570.
The names and ad-
dresses of the personal
representative and. the
personal' representa-
tive's attorney are set
forth below.
All creditors of the de-
cedent and other per-
sons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this
notice is required to be
served must 'file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER


THE TIME OF THE /s/ Waiter L. Davies, III
FIRST PUBLICATION Walter L. Davies, III
OF THIS NOTICE OR 27 Hurricane Drive
30 DAYS AFTER THE DeFuniak Springs, Flor-
DATE OF SERVICE OF ida 32435
A COPY OF THIS NO-
TICE ON THEM. 012010
012710
All other creditors of 020310
the decedent and other 021010
persons having claims 1/111
or demands against
decedent's estate must Legal 1/122
file their claims withthis ,
court WITHIN 3 IN THE CIRCUIT
MONTHS AFTER' THE COURT .FOR SANTA
DATE OF THE FIRST ROSA .COUNTY, FLOR-
PUBLICATION OF IDA. CIVIL DIVISION
THIS NOTICE. CASE NO. 552008CA
001955XXXXXX)
ALL CLAIMS NOT
FILED WITHIN THE CITIBANK N.A. AS
TIME PERIODS SET TRUSTEE FOR THE
FORTH IN SECTION MLMI TRUST SERIES
733.702 OF THE FLOR- 2006-NE5,
'IDA PROBATE CODE Plaintiff,
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED. .vs.
NOTWITHSTANDING JOSHUA R. HARDY;
THE TIME I PERIODS AUBREY A. HARDY; et
SET FORTH ABOVE, al
ANY CLAIM FILED Defendants.
TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE RE-NOTICE OF SALE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF PURSUANT TO
DEATH IS BARRED. CHAPTER 45
The date of first publi- NOTICE IS HEREBY
cation of this notice is GIVEN pursuant to an
January 20,2010. Order or Summary Fi-
nal Judgment of fore-
Attorney for Personal closure dated May 20,
Representative: 2009 and an Order Re-
/s/ Clayton J.M. setting Sale dated Jan-
Adkinson uiry 6, 2010, and en-
Clayton J.M. Adkinson tered in Case No.
Florida Bar No. 171651 552008CA001955XXXXXX of
Adkinson Law Firm, the Circuit Court
LLC of the First Judicial Cir-
Post Office Box 1207 cuit in and for Santa
DeFuniak Springs, Flor- Rosa County, Florida,
Ida 32435, wherein CITIBANK N.A.
Telephone: (850) AS TRUSTEE FOR THE
892-5195 MLMI TRUST SERIES
2006-HE5 Is Plaintiff
Personal Representa- and JOSHUA R.
fives: HARDY; AUBREY A.,
/s/ Edca Johnson HARDY; UNKNOWN
Erica Johnson TENANT NO. 1; UN-
264 Timberwind KNOWN TENANT NO.
DeFuniak Springs, Flor- 2; and ALL UNKNOWN
ida 32433 PARTIES CLAIMING
INTERESTS BY,
and THROUGH, UNDER
OR AGAINST A


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NAMED DEFENDANT
TO THIS ACTION, OR
HAVING OR CLAIMING
TO HAVE ANY RIGHT,
TITLE OR INTEREST IN
THE PROPERTY
HEREIN DESCRIBED
are Defendants, I will
sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at
the North Front Door of
the Santa Rosa County
Courthouse, 6865 Car-
oline Street, Milton, FL
32570 inr Santa Rosa
County, Florida, at
11:00 a.m. CST on the
February 26, 2010, the
following described
property as set forth in
said Order or Final
.Judgement, to-wit:
COMMENCING AT
THE SOUTHEAST
CORNER OF THE
WEST 1/2 OF SEC-
TION 29, TOWNSHIP 2
NORTH, RANGE 28
WEST; THENCE
NORTH 88 DEGREES
48 MINUTES WEST
ALONG THE SOUTH
LINE .OF THE SECTION
310 FEET; THENCE
NORTH 00 DEGREES
15 MINUTES EAST A
DISTANCE OF 1413.6
FEET TO 'A POINT OF
BEGINNING; THENCE
CONTINUE NORTH 00
DEGREES 15 MIN-
UTES EAST A DIS-
TANCE OF 100 .FEET
AND CORNER;
THENCE WEST A DIS-
TANCE OF 125 FEET
AND CORNER;
THENCE SOUTH A
DISTANCE OF 100
FEET AND 'CORNER;
THENCE EAST A DIS-
TANCE OF 125 FEET
-TO A POINT OF BE-
GINNING.
ANY PERSON CLAIM-
ING AN INTEREST IN
THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY,
OTHER THAN THE
PROPERTY OWNER"
AS OF THE DATE OF
THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE- A CLAIM
WITHIN 60 DAYS AF-


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TER THE SALE.
If you are a person with
a disability who needs
any accommodation in
order to participate in
this proceeding, you
are entitled, at no cost
to you, to the provision
of certain assistance.
Please contact the
Clerk of the Court's at
850-623-0135, 6865
Caroline Street, Milton,
FL 32570. If you are
hearing or voice im-
paired, call
1-800-955-8771.
DATED at Milton, Flor-'
ida, on January 11,
2010.
MARY M. JOHNSON
As Clerk, Circuit Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Brandy Norris
As Deputy Clerk
SMITH, HIATT & DIAZ,
PA.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
PO BOX 11438
Fort Lauderdale, FL
33339-1438
012710
020310

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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN AND FOR
SANTA .ROSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO. 2009 CP
000182
IN RE: ESTATE OF
KIMBERLY M.
GOODEN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS i
The -administration of
the estate of Kimberly
M., Gooden, deceased,
File Number
2009CP000182 is
pending in the Circuit
Court for Santa Rosa
County, Florida, Pro-
bate Division, the ad-
dress of which is RO.
Box 472 Milton, FL
32570. The names and
addresses of the per-
sonal representative
and the personal
representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
All creditors, of the de-
cedent and other per-.
sons having claims br
demands against
decedent's estate, .in-
cluding unmatured,
contingent, or unliqui-
dated claims, on whom
a copy of this notice is
served but' file their
claims with the court
WITHIN THE LATER
OF 3. MONTHS AFTER
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THE
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of
the decedent and other
persons having claims
or demands against
decedent's estate, in-
cluding unmatured,
contingent or unliqui-
dated claims, must. file
their claims with this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.
The date of first publi-
cation of this Notice is
February 3, 2010.
ELIZABETH A. AMOND
Attorney for Personal
Representative
Attorney for Estate





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Legal'2/149.
PUBLIC NOTICE
MILTON HOUSING AU-
THORITY IS UPDAT-
ING THE 5-YEAR PLAN
FOR PUBLIC HOUS-
ING. A PUBLIC RE-
VIEW OF THE' PLAN
WILL BE HELD FEBRU-
ARY 11, 2010 AT 2:00
PM. AT MILTON
HOUSING AUTHORITY
OFFICE LOCATED AT
5668 BYROM STREET,
MILTON, FL 32570
PHYLLIS WALES
EXECUTIVE DIREC-
TOR,
'(850) (623-8216)
020310
021010
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Public Sale
MISCELLANEOUS
PERSONAL PROP-
ERTY WILL BE SOLD
TO SATISFY RENT
LIEN ON February 23,
2010 at 11:00 A.M. at
Storage Master, 4636
Woodbine Road, Pace,
FL 32571
UNIT WILL BE SHOWN
JUST PRIOR TO BIDD-
ING. WE RESERVE
THE RIGHT TO REF-
USE ANY BIDS. UNITS
OUSTED AS FOLLOWS:
Unit 431 Tiffany
Albright: Boxes, Misc.
Unit 219 John C
Baggett: King Bed,
Boxes, Misc .
Unit 410 Paul and
Jillian Webb: Boxes,
Misc.
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021010
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out Children $125.00.
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Indryrm, all ceramic
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environment $545/mth
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6226 Dixie Road
5 br, 2 1/2 ba on 1+
acre. Terrazo floor, Ig.
kitchen, separate den
& Ig. great room w/fire-
place. 206-3666, Janet
Coulter Realty. Availa-
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month
Bagdad
Small house.. Some
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Clean and in good con-'
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dep. 623-8415



Milton
Very nice 4 bedroom,
2 bath home. Newly re-
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yard. $625. month,
$625. dep. 995-4335


6170
2 bedrooms. Fenced
yard. front & back
porch, CH&A, private
lot. 850-623-5145
MILTON/
PACE AREA
Nice, large 2/2,
kitchen equipped,
all electric, balcony,
washer / dryer
hookups, Large
yard. Water, trash
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included.


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Includes water, gar-
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Call 698-4582



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secluded lot. Lots of
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Ideal for single or cou-
ple. East Gate Mobile
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626-8973


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Milton
Looking for a lot of
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OPEN


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3 br, 2 ba. Off Avalon HCD 1.25 acre. Off Abandoned Upstate
Blvd., Private lot, dou- Hwy. N. 87. GREAT IN- NY Farm. Absolute
blewide, DW, W/D VESTMENTI $300,000. sale. 10 acres stream
hook up. $500 dep., Wal-mart coming soon $29,9001 Lake region,
$700 month. No pets within walking distance, woods, fields. Solid in-
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Family-Pack
Boneless Chuck
Steaks
244b
2 lb


Fryer Leg
Quarters
430
10 Ib bag


Farmland
Jumbo
Franks

7 16 oz


Fresh Express
Shredded
Lettuce
I 14
8 oz


12 pack-12 oz
Pepsi

2 Ocans


Shurfine
Steak
Marinade

'9616oz


Mahatma
Yellow Rice

444;..


Velvet
Towels.

49,,
9VWroll


Country Crock
Margarine

211b,


Pictsweet
Gold or White
Corn
131 20 oz


Jim Dandy
Grits

932lb/


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