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Your only hometownl newspaper for o~e~r a century:!

Wednesday. February 24, 12010 to~ cents




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Just days after the consent decree was established many Christians turned out in
droves to area schools and brought with them their bjibles for prayer vigils held
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O'~ School System back in
20)09.
Santa Rosa Countyv
Schools Superinltendent
Tim WV~rosdick had no
comment concerning
a forthcoming lawsuit
against the school system
planned by. Staver and the
Liberty Counsel.
"Our number one focus
all along has been to pro-
tect the rights of the stu-
dents and the employeess,'
Wyrosdick said. "We spent
weeks and months col-
' lectively looking at every
legal ramification from the
consent decree and whhen
Judge Rogers checked it
over, she found it legal and
appropriate.
"This is not our fight.
This is a fight between the
Liberty Counsel and the
ACLU."
When Staver was asked
who refused the Liberty
Counsels assistance in the
legal battle he identified
Superintendent Wyrosdick
and School Board Attorney
Paul Green.
Rogers barred the
See COUNSEL A6


Story and photos by Bill GAMBLIN
hgamblin~~srpFresigazette~com
The Libertyv Counsel
is now taking aiml at the
Santa Rosa County~ School
System.
According to Mathew
Staver, founder of the Lib-
ertyr Counsel and Dean of
the Liberty School of Law,
a lawsuit against the Santa
Rosa County School Sys-
tem could be filed in the
next couple of weeks.
feWe wer po iinly e
school system for free,"
Staver said. "Ater reject-
ing our offer they decided
to move forward and com-
plete t.he consent decree
which has trampled on the
rights of the Santa Rosa
County School System
erh~ployeets, students, and
even the citizens.
."If they? would have
taken our offer of help they
wouldn't find themselves
in the situation theyr are in
today." '
Staver announced this
plan as well as his plan to
appeal Federal Judge M.
Casey Rogers' decision


During one of the
prayer vigils at Pace
High School, a cross
was erected against the
outside of the building in
front of the schools main
entrance. '
Friday to deny the motion
to intervene and overturn
the consent decree estab-
lished between the ACLU
and the Santa Rosa Coun-


the past, but the property
owners are now asking the
sheriff's department to pay
at least the propiertyr taxes
`on the metal building.
Currently, the SRSO
stores over $635,000 worth
of equipment in the 32,600
square foot building, which
sits only two blocks from
the Sheriff's Office in the
Industrial Park.
"Mr. Cronley (owner)
made us' aware that the
warehouse was vacant and
up for sale or lease," HaH
said. "We are storing di-
saster relief vehicles and
boat em$,t rignoop ax
cost for the warehouse,.
and the cost to maintain
the building came into
question by Commissioner


Hunter Walker.
"We' have to sit down
and see what the insur-
ance and payments will
cost us," Walker said.
The only other option
for storage is an older
building on Judicial Drive,
which the Sheriff's Office
has used for storage in the
past. Hall said that build-
ing is almost past its time,
and is looking to keep his
equipment close and in a
more secure building.
'"Without the warehouse,
that's allwe have," Hall said
ponin-o na nitr o
"Hopefully we can do some-
thing to help ourselves and
See COMMISSIONERS A6


MATHEW PELLEGRINO
mpellegrino@srpressgazette.com
Commissioners started
off on a light foot at Mlon-
day's meeting, as they
discussed storage options
for the Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Department, a
nature trail detour and ar-
chery .
First up, Sheriff Wendell
Hall addressed commis-
sioners about a property
they currently use to store
items such as county ve-
hicles and equipment~ that
Terha anda Conley
Property Co., which owns
the structure, donated
space in the building to
the sheriff's department in


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TABLE OF: CONTENTS
Obituaries.................................. A2 Sports...................................... A8
Opinion ........................................ A4 Lifestyle ................................ B1
Church ...................................... A 5 Classifieds ................................. 8 6

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FEDERAL GOVERNMENT '
HOUSE OF
REPRESENTATIVES
**Rep. Jeff Miller: 1535 Longworth House. Office
Building, Washington, D.C., 20515; phone (locol) 479.
1183; (D.C.) 202-225-4136; toll free 866-367-1614.
Web: www. house.gov/ effmiller,
SENATE
*Sen. George LeMieux: 356 Russell Senate Office
Building, Washingfon, D.C. 20515; phone 202-224-
3041; fax202-228-5171.
*Sen. Bill Nelson: Room 571, Hart Senate Office
Building, Washington, D.C. 20510; phoibe 202-224-
5274, fax 202-224-8022.
WHITE HOUSE
*President Barock Oboma: The White House, 1600
Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C.,20500; phone
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*Vice President Joe Biden: Office of the. Vice
President, White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.,
Washington, D.C. 20500; phone 202-456-1414

SCHOOL GOVERNMENTT
SCHOOL BOARD
*District 1: Diane Scott, 5710 Munson Highway,


COUNTY GOVERNMENT
COUNTY COMMISSION
District 1: Jim Williamson, 4351 Berrybill Road,
Pace, Ft 32571; phone 932-1340. E-mail is comm-
williamson~santoroso.fl.gov.
District 2: Bob Cole, 8651 Riverstone Road,
Milton, FL 32583; phone 983-1877 E-mail is comm-
cele~sartbroso~fl.gov.
*Distiict 3: Don Salter, 6000 (bumuckla Highway,
Pace, Fl 32571; phone 994-6426. E-mail is comm-
salter~sontoroso.fl.gov.
*~ District 4: Sordon Goodin; 6467 Avenide De
SGolves,11aovorre, FL 32566; phone 939-4949. E-mail is
comm-goodin~!sontorosa.fl.gov.
*District 5: Lane Lynchard, 6495 (aroline St., Suite
M, Milton, Ft 32570, phone 932-1340. E-mail is comm-
Slynchard~santurose.fl.gov. .
The Santo Rosd 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 are 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.state.fl.us.
*Sen. Durell Penden Jr., 598 N. Ferdon Blvd., Suite
100, Crestview, FL 32536, 850-689-0556.
*Gov. Charlie Crist: PLOS The Capitol, 400 S.


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wednesday, February 24, 2010


Local


A2Z | Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


Jincey Izett Copeland
Cox, 83, passed awayr at her
home in Milton, FL to be
with our Lord on Wednesday,
February 10, 2010. She was
born on November 4, 1926.
She was devoted Christian
Member at New Life Baptist
Church in Milton. She retired
from Monsanto in 1982.
Jincey was preceded in
'death by ,her parents,, six
brothers, and two sisters.
Jincey is survived by
Usher loving husband Bily M.
Cox of Milton, FL; a daugh-
ter, Debbie (Hart) Busby, of
Milton, FL; a granddaugh-
Ster, Shannon Busby of Gay-
lord, IL; and a grandson,
ChadBusby, of Milton, FL;
and, numerous.family~ and
friends.
The family received

Mo bay, Fe ury 5 2d0
at New Life Baptist Church
at the corner of 6380 Bay-
berry St. aind Hwy 887 North,
l\ilton, FL. Rm~eral service
were held after visitation at
1:00 p~m. with Pastor Brian
Oakes and Brother James


Coljeland officiating. Burial
followed in Hopewell Primi-
tive Baptist Church Cem-
etery with Lewis Emeral
Home directing.
Active pallbearers were
Robert Parker,"Jim Gibson,
Don Jories, George Young,
Wesley Rutherford, and
George Neilson.
Honorary pallbearers'
were Zachary Rutherford,
Jonathon Dixron, Duane Ral-
ey, Ionn Ralley, J.C. Reyn-
olds, Robert Chapman, Rich-
'ard Bigner, Allen McInhes,
Lee McCartney; Richard
.VanBeber, Mairvin McKillip,
and Mell ]Fller.
Flowers will be accepted,
butin lieu offlower~sthe fam-
ily requests donations be
made in Jincey's memory
to New Life Baptist Chiurch

BFrend dma send~condo-
lences and share fond niem-
ories with the family at www.
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Let the family kn~ow you
care. Sign the guestbook un-
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.i~1?.Photos by MATHEW PELLEGRI)IO | Press Gazette ,
A crew from Panh-andle \Growers~ and the Black~water Florida Division of~ Forestry came out to plant
a tree in front of the Milton Vete~ran's. Plaza Friday. 'Pictured from, left to right. Representative Dave
Murzin, Vernon Comptonisenior :forester with the Blackwater Division of Forestry Henry Thomppon,
Glen Stranige, Thomas LeDew, ank Veteran's Plaza mariager Ralpjh Nesenson.


Panhandle Growers donate hive oak tree


Those' in attendance included
Representative Murzin, senior
forester with the Blackwater Divi-
sion of Forestryi Henry Thompson,.
manager. of the Bla'ckwater EFD
Thomas LeDew and manager of
the Milton Veteran's Plaza Ralph
NLesenson;.


Panhandle Growers of Santa
Rosa County donated a live oak
tree, which was planted in front
of the Milton Veteran's Memorial
Plaza as part of ah Arbor Day con-
tribution on Friday. .
SThe tree was planted by mem-
bers of the ~Blackwater Florida Di-


vision of Forestry, and sponsored
by Representative Dave Murrzin
and Henry Thompson, of senior
forestry.
On January 19, Blackwater FDF
also helped plant a live oak at Ben-
nett C.Russell Elementary School
with the help of students.


away Februaryr 16, 2010,'
at Oklahoma City,
Oklahoma at the age of
83 years, 7 months and 15
days. .-


Geneva Lucille Quinn
was born July 1, 1926,
in Sayre, Oklahoma to
Ethel and James Everett
Emderb g. She passed


Monday, 9:34 al.m. .
paHello this is Mar Rom
Pce. agree wt o
about our cable service
here. Even with the* vol-
ume at its peak, the vol-
ume chosmoe out vry lo

another service like Cox
Cable or someone else t'o
come in here. I am ready
to switch. Thank you.

Sunday, 5:49 p.m*
We still have so th~any
volunteers here in Milton


wvho go unnoticed. I re-
cently saw Debbie Smith
picking up-debris along the
roadway in the' Hopkins
Park area and it made me
stop and offer her a cold
bottle of water. ,.

Saturday, 7:23 p.m.
Hey this is Dennis. I
have a common sense so,
lution to the animal prob-
lem in American Farms in
East Milton. People need
to keep their animals on
their own property. And


animal control needs to
quit sandbagging and step
up to the plate and do what
they are paid to do by the
taxpayers` of Santa Rosa
County. Round up the stay
animals that are roaming
the countryside and lock
them up.

'Friday, 9:37 a.m.
~Hello friends this is J.W.
again. I hope you are hav-
ing a good day. With the
city of Milton so worried
about grease disposal,


lawn runoff, bringing the
exity up to code is all fair
and good. But what are
they doing about these
trashcans. Why are they
left on the curb and side-
walks seven days a week,
24 hours a day for dogs
ard other vehmi to sat-
don't they address that I
am wondering.

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


Milton, FL 32570, 983-0413. E-mail is scottal@mnal.
suntarosa.kl2.fl.us.
*District 2: Hugh Winkles, 5684 Nicklaus Lane,
Milton, FL 32570, 623-6299. E-mail is winkleseh@
mail.santarosa.kl 2.fl.us.
*District 3: Diane Coleman, 9400 Octavia tone,
Naovrre, FL 32566, 939-2661. E-mail is colemonmd@
mail.santorosa.kl2.fl.us:
*District 4; JoAnn J. Simpson, 5059 Faircloth St.,:
Pace 32571, 994-5446. E-mail is simpsonjiimoil.
sentarosa.kl2.fl.us.
*District 5: Edward Groy Ill, 1 Gray Oaks Lane, Gulf
Breeze, FL 32561, 850-9326287. E-mail is grayem@
mail.sontorosa.kl2.fl.us.
The Santo Rosa County School Board meets at 6:30
p.m. second and fourth Thursdays at 5086 Canal St.,
Milton. Phone: 983-5000.

CITY GiOVERNMENTI
*Milton aity Hall, Mayor Guy Thompson, 6738
Dixon St., Milton, FL 32570, 983-5400. City Manager,
Brian Watkins.
*Gulf Breeze City Hall, Mayer. Lane Gilchrist, 1070
Shoreline Drive, Gulf Breeze, FL 32561, 934-5100. City
Managler, "Buzz" Eddy.
*Town of Joy, Mayror Kurvin Qualls, 3822 Highway
4, Jay, FL 32565, 675-2719.
Contact information for your elected officials
appears in every Saturday edition of the Santo Roso
SPress Gazette. Know your leaders; stay in touch.


Greg Cowell
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Cynthia Rhodes, recipient of Outstanding Sister
of Delta Chi, with President Jenese Truelsen
Special to the Press Gazette ~

Cynthia Rhodes is the recipient of the Out-
standing Delta Chi sister for the 2009-10 program
year for her contribution to the chapter and com-
munity. Cynthia retired from teaching math at
Milton High and for many years was the depart-
ment chair. She has continued to share her love
with teaching math at PJC Mlilton Campus.
Cynthia is treasurer for Delta Chi and using
her expertise to keep the books foi' 20 members
and chapter hostess for 2 area luncheons and a
district luncheon for Florida Alpha Delta Kappa
,members..
In Delta Chi, every rhember contributes to
charities, ~refreshments and activities of the
chapter and reaches out to her own areas.in the
community.
Florida Alpha Delta Kappa has a scholarship
house for 17 young ladies atFL State -University
in Tallahassee.'It is on the campus and the ladies
have one of the highest grade point averages
of any group on campils and share housekeep- ~
ing and cooking details of their home away from
homi; Delta Chi is proud to support the scholar-
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the theater's restoration
and approaches that will
'be taken to reopen the
facility. Work will begin
on the restoration in the
spring with a scheduled
reopening by 2011. -
Other meeting high-
lights will include discus-
sion about a grant appli-
cation for the Imogene


Theater, museum devel-
opment, and a recent land
purchase by the Society.
The meeting is free
and open to the public.
Refreshments will be
served.
For more information,
call 626-0217 or email san-
tarosahistoricalsociety@
ymail.com.


Special to the Press Gazette
The Santa Rosa His-
torical Society will~ host
its quarterly membership
meeting at 2 p.m.. Sunday,-
February 28, at ~United
Baq~k located at 5907 Ber-
ryhill Medical. Park Dr.
in Milton near the Santa
Rosa Medical Center.


The Society plans to
unveil architectural ren-
derings for the restoration
of the Imogene Theater,
which was closed last year
after a fire in downtown
Milton. Carter Quina, the
Society's architect, and
principal of Quina Grund-
hoefer Architects, will ex-
plain timelines related to.


.Tuesday, March 2 .frqm 8
a.m. to 12:30 p.m. arid from
1p.m. to 3:30 p.m. the unit
will be at West Florida Primary
Canre,cT.58 Pine Forest Road in
Wednesday, March 3' from
8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and from
1 p.m.. to 3:30-p.m. the unit
will. be at Santa Rosa Women's
Center, 4152 Woodb~ine Road
in Pace.


West Florida Hospital's Mo-
bile Mammography Unit will be
at thefollowing locations during
the week of March 1, 2010:
a.m. to ar. ~th unit wilb7
at West Florida Primary Care,
4601 Spanish Trail in Pensacola
and from 12 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
at Covenant Hospice Corporate
Office, 5041 N. 12th -Avrenue
in Pensacola.


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Society to unveil Imogene drawings


LAURA MCCURDY AND LANCE BIRD
Mr. and Mrs. Joe McCurdy are happy to announce
the upcoming marriage of their daughter, Laura
McCurdy to Lance Bird, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rick
Bird of Pace, FI. Laura is a 2006 graduate of
Jay High School and graduated from Jeff Davis
Community College in 2009 with an A.A.S. degree
in nursing. She is currently employed at Santa
Rosa Medical Center. Lance is a 2001 graduate of
Pace Hi h School. He attended Okaloosa Walton
Community College and graduated with an A.A.
and graduated from George Stone Criminal Justice
Training Center in 2006. He is currently employed
at the Santa Rosa County Sheriff's Office. The
wedding is set for March 20, 2010 at Margaret
Street Chuirch of Christ in Milton, FL. The.couple will
resicle in Milton, FL.

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Everyone is looking for their small shece of
the pie.
It doesn't matter if the pie is a mere billionth
of an inch as long as.they get some kind of

she they do all this through somethingecalled
"partisanship."
Both parties hate to even talk about it and
it is the main reason all recent public surveys
show Americans believe the current political
government system is "broken.".
Democrat or Republican, .it. makes no dif-
ference, everyone has played the game in one

Th hue of his game are simple, each group
must protect the issues considered its own and
the opposite group must~never be allowed to
do anything that makes that other group look
good.
In short, Republicans must. try very hard to
get their issues passed so they can look like he-
roes, but Democrats' can't let that happen, so
they must stop every inch of ground managed
byr the Republicans. Likewise, Democrats, must
Story hard to ge't their interests passed, but such
Moves might prove popular. So Riepublicans can
never allow that to happen. After all, the bottom
line in this game is to make'the other side ap-
Spear to be just one step above Satan himself.
SThe end result of this?
Nothing gets done. It can't, because some-
thing might make one side look good. Better to
ride the train straight to hell than to let one ~bit
of glitter fall on the other~" side
And, sad as it is, that's where American has
arrived.
On a moire local note, the state of Florida
allowed everyone to vote themselves a tax
break.
And, of course, the majority did, but now
they are complaining about counties having to
cut back on~ the services they ~depended on in
return.
Items the constituents took forgranted such
as school resource officers are going out be-
cause someone had to save a few dollars to pay
for that tax savings on everyone.
SDo you really want sorte guy fronr Tampa,
who has never heard of Milton makrin~g deci-
sions for you?
Despite Northwest Florida voting against :
the recent classroom. size amendment, the
southern part of Florida Tpassed' the amend- :
ment (south Florida grosslyT outnumbers the
Panhandle in people and representativess; and
we all are looking at paying more for everything .
this amendment requires. .
The late JohirE Kennedy challenged each
citizen of the U.S. when he said "Ask not what
your country can do for you; but what you can
do for your country.
Well, what politicians can do for their country
is stop looldng at everything through the lenses
of its party. '
The focus needs to be America and Ameri-
eans.
When governments are this unresponsive
and so little-is being accomplished. ..well, that's
often where revolutions come from. We don't ~
have to look farther than the new "Tea Partyi" to
see what sort of pent-up feelings are out there.
Please, politicians, save your skins by doing
something that helps for once...regardless of
Which side appears to benefit



SHA EYU 0 I 0 NSRD


The. Olympic Winter
Games begazi, as they al-
ways do, with the Parade of
Nations many of which
we have yet to invade. By
parading like that, how-
ever, they seem to just be
asking for it.
Men only watch the
Winter Games if a Wtoman
forces then to. if you catch
a man voluntarily watch-
ing: the Winter Olympics,
he is just one Oprah show
or Lifetime Channel movie
away from getting himself
a cat. .
. They seem unneces-
sary.
No' doubt manyr of~you
love the Games, and I re-
spect that, but I do not.
Instead of every "four
years, I suggest holding the
Winter Games every ten,
which would be just often
enough to remind people
why we only hold them once
every ten years. Better yet,
cancel them entirely and
see if anyone notices. .
Ibet even Dick Button
ivould not care.
Hockey is the only Win-
ter Games event that actu-
ally resembles a sport. Any
form of "sport" where men
make their own outfits, or
which in any way involves
sequins (urilless on side-
line cheerleaders), is sim-
ply wrong. Ever bowlers
agree.


SThe only ol
controversy
in ice danc-

= .. be if a male

ed positivesae te t
HART LKfor hetero-
HRTAL sexual-
Ro or ty. Then we
might dis-
cover that he did not make
his own outfit. This would
be grounds for disqualifica-
tion and, worse, would put
the skater at risk of the ul-
timate punishment: never
being called "fabulous"
agamn.
The Witter Gamnes are
like soccer and recycling:
Americans act like they are
into them, but really aren't:
If not for NBC's maudlin
biographies of obscure
athletes and all they have
"Lovercome" backedd by
the theme from Chzariots
of Fire), few would watch.
Any event, like curling,
that risks America being
beaten by Iceland Ishould
be eliminated or at least
not broadcast to the free
world.
Apparently, some elitist
northeasterners decided
we needed Winter Olym-
pics so they could get their
"fair share" of this pilow
fight among unimportant
Nordic countries. Maybe
if the Winter Games had


consequences, they might tarian communist regime,
interest me. For example, whiom can you trust?~
if Sweden loses to the U.S., The Olympics date back
* we get to give away the No- to ancient G~reece, but only
bel Prize. If they beat us, in Summer ~Games form.
they can have Al Gore and The Greeks realized they
Barack Obama.' could humiliate the loser
The` bobsled event, of a contest much: longer
which Ithink was invented if they did not throw him
by Robert Sled, is also not to the lions, but just gave
really a sport.- It is more himi a bronze medal in-
like a winter activity. How stead. The ancient Olympic
can it be a sport when only Games were performed in
white. guys do it? Is it re- the riude, with a fifty-fifty
ally a big deal when a guy chance that one of the con-
gets on a sled, points his testants would die if he lost.-
toes, and lets gravity take NBC's ratings were high
over? I am sure there is back then.,
more to it, but no reason- Maybe NBC will boost
able personlIknow wants .its current ratings by re-
to. take the time to find verting to ancient Greece's
.out. naked Olympics, .but not
~At least the Summer- this year, Bill Clinton is
Games ~have some under- just now recuperating from
pinnings of real athleti- heart problems. Wedo not
cism. Running, jumping, wnit to lose the last semi-
boxing and basketball all sensible Democrat.
.seem like worthwhile in-- Better yet, really throw
ternational competitions, the loser to the lions. Amer-
Sand therefore we field our icans will watch the most-
best ~athletes. I am going boring event imagiriable if
to encourage Tiger Woods th-ere is ~a charice someone
to enter the broad jumping could die in horrific man-
event next time. ner..How else can you ex-
The~ last Summer plain NASCAR?
Games, had some contro- Ron Hart is a liber-
versy when the Chinese lip- taria~n op-eid humorist
synced their opening cer- ichose new .boolc "No
emony songs and slipped Such Thing as a Pretty
in under-age female gym- Good Allig`ator Wrestler,"
nasts. Many liberals were is available on Amazon.
horribly disappointed; if com or atwww.Ronald-
you cannot trust a totali- H~art.com.


and 2003 I put tl
mation out on a lo
station until ( wa
from calling in to
in programs. Bes
what are they 1
hide?'
No connection 1
weapons of mass
tion? No connection
with Al-Queida; ne
tion to Iraq and 9
ing this? .
The un-cons
attacks on not o
but Afghanistan, 1
cle one, section ei!
graph 11 of your
tion hidings this?
Hiding the atta
constitution with 1
ot Act and the NS
on us citizens.
So be it.




(0HSit Of f
WhlOR Vbti

The Santa Ros
Commissioners h


his infor- it again!
,cal radio ~They have, extended
s banned 'the suspension of residen-
the call tial impact-fees under the
;ides this false proposition that this
trying to suspension will serve as an
economic stimulus'for our
to Iraq on county. This absurd prem-
destruc- ise is graphically demon-
on to Iraq strated as being false by
o connec- the Winner Gate develop-
1-11? Hid- :ment on West' Spehecer
Field Road in Pace.
Ititutional Visit the Winners Gate
Inly Iraq, development and you will
read arti- notice that the contractors
ght, para- andvenders have signs and
constitu- license plates that ar~e from
"out of county" and "out of
.ck on the state." jEven the sales staff
the Patri- is non-local. The materials
jAspying are manufactured else-
where and delivered on site
for installation.
Winners Gate is being
W.0. Jones developed by a national
Jay, Fla. corporation (D.R. Horton,
Inc.) that under cuts our lo-
cal industries and our local
hiS workforce.
iRS ondD Hso n ebidre i
the nation and has assets of
a County $6.75 billion! The developer
ave done gets a pass on the impact


fees of $2,090 per home,
which would be a total of
$349,030 for the 167 lots to
be developed.
Since impact fees are
based on need, the $349,030
will be borne by the exist-
ing taxpayers.
The suspension of resi-
dential impact fees is a
negative economic stimu-
lus for Santa Rosa County.
Growth counties
throughout Florida have
learned the hard way that
impact fees are necessary
for their economic health.
It appears that the current
County Commissioners are
bound and determined to
repeat the mistakes of oth-
er counties. Unfortunately,
the existing Santa Rosa
County taxpayers will pay
the price for the Commis-
sioner's mistakes.
Please remember this ex-
ample when voting for Coun-
ty Coinmissioners in 2010.

Roy Raines
Seclretary, Concerned Citizens
for Better Government
P-ace, Fla.


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old guy who lives mna smaH
cabin out mn the woods, no
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predicting the bankruptcy
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1990's?
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Dear Pastor Gallups "What about thefossil evidencefor evo-
lution isn't it pretty overwhelming evidence?" U. B. Pace

Dear U. B.,
Not so. The fossil "evidence" is decidedly, underwhelming.
Hear the words df finous evolutionists on this topic.
"The absence of fossil evidence for intermediary stages
between major transitions in organic design, indeed our inability,
even in our imagination, to construct functional intermediates in
many cases, has been a persistent and nagging liroblem for gradu-
alistic accounts of evolution."
Stephen Jay Gould (Professor of Geology and Paleontology,
Harvard University), "Is a new and general theory of evolution *
emerging?" Paleobiology, vol. 6(1), January 1980, p. 127
"Contrary to what most scientists write, the fossil record
does not support the Darw~inian theory of evolution because it is
this theory (there are several) which we use to interpret the fossil
record. By doing so we are guilty of circular reasoning if we then
say the fossil record supports this theory."
Ronald R. West, PhD (paleoecology: and geology) (Assistant
Professor of Paleobiology at Kansas State University),
'Taleoecology and uniformitarianism". Compass, vol. 45, May
1968, p. 216
"The entire hominid collection known today would barely
cover a billiard table...but ever since Darwin's work inspired the
notion that fossils linking modern man and extinct ancestor
would provide the most convincing proof of human evolution,
preconceptions have led evidence by the nose in the study of fos-
sil man."
John Reader (photo-journalist and author of "Missing
Links"), "Whatever happened to Zinjanthropus?" New Scientist,
26 March 1981, p. 802
"The problem with a lot of anthropologists is that they want
so much to find a hominid that any scrap of bone becomes a
hominid bone."'
Dr. Tim White (anthropologist, University of California,
Berkeley). "Hommnold collarbone exposed as dolphin's rib", mn
New Scientist, 28 April 1983, p. 199
Paleoanthropologist Misia Landau upon realizing how poor
the fossil evidence was -said
"There is a strong tendency for fossils to be presented as if they
were lucid texts to be read unambiguously rather than scrappy
fragments of unknown morphologies." ([14], p.42)
There are many more such quotes. I hope this helps you to
see the flaw in claiming that the fossils are our evidence for evo-
lution. They simply are not,

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 srvnes 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: 623-019)7.
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Cornerstone


is not just the years he
sp nt at the ensacol
stint from 2005 to 2008
as Staff Family Physi-.
cian` and Department
iead of Wam g MIedi
NjAS in Milton. It was

en eat e Pn

thto e cth s
wife, Charnette;
who lived with
her father in Mil-
ton.
Meese and
MEEhis wife have
two children, a
daughter Ga-
brielle, 11, and a son
Christian, 7.
"The people here
are good people, hard
working, family people
who have made very
good neighbors," Meese '
said. "And I really' do
. appreciate the military
connection."
Dr. Meese is Board
Certified by the Ameri-
can Board of Family
Medicine and is a mem-
her of the Association
of American Phyisicians
and surgeons and has
staff privileges at Santa
Rosa Medical Center
and courtesy privileges
at Baptist Hospital. He
is also affiliated with
the Catholic Medical
Association and was
an ACLS Provider as of
SAugust 2009. His office
is located in Woodbine
Medical Park at 4225
Woodbine Road, Suite~




Dr. Meese also be-
Slieves in making himself
a part of the community
as well. Volunteer posi-
tions include Medical
SDirector of Safe Harbor
Pregnancy Center and
a Physician Volunteer at
Health and Hope Clinic
on Chemstrand Road,
both in Pensacola. He
..will.be looking around
for: other opportunities
to serve too, he said.


By OBIE (RAIN
obiecrainjr@bellsouth.net

Thomas Meese, M.
D., is one of the newest `
additions to the medi-
ca tff ato aninota Rs
ton. Meese has a de-
gree in Biomedi-


veDr. Meese was
born in Batavia,
NY, grew up in
Buffalo, NP; and
got his under-
graduate degree DR. I
from Boston Uni-
versity. Immedi- '
ately thereafter he en-
rolled in the Uniformed
Services University in
Bethesda, Maryland
and received his Doctor
of Medicine credentials
there in 1994. -
.He was introduced to
th'e Santa Rosa County
area' when he began his
internship at the' Pen-
sacola Naval Hospital
in 1994 and afterward
remained 46~re through
his residency in Family
Medicine, 1997~ through
1999. His pursuit mn all
aspects of Family Medi-
cine included proce-
dures such as Joint and
Trigger Injections and
Dermatological Pro-
cedures that involved
mole removal, punch
biopsy, cyst removal
and the like.
All in all her spent
14 years (two with the
Marine Corp~s) in the
Navy that included



to the Corps. He not
only served as Bat-
talion and Regimental
Surgeon' for the Sec-
ond Marine Division at
Camp LeJeune, North
|Carolina, but filled the
position of Staff Family
Physician at the Naval
Ambulatory Care Cen-
'ter Submarine Base in -
SGroton, Connecticut.
But- what endears
him to this area most


Airman Ist Class
Walyne J. Stuart .
Air National Guard Air-

1tar gd std fr mp bas c
military training at Lackland
Air Fbree Base, San Antonio,
TX.
The airman completed
an intensive, eight-week
program that mecluded train-
ing in military discipline
and studies, Air Ibree core
values, physical fitness, and
basic warfare principles and
skils. .
SAirmen who~complete ba-
sic training earn four credits
toward an associate in~ ap-
plied science degree through
.the Community College of
the Air Fbree.
He is the son of Peter Stu-
art of Tilubo Lane, Pace, FL.
Stuart earned a bach-
elor's degree in 2006 from
.Lynchburg College, VA.


Seaman Recruit Austin
M.I Lofford graduates
Seaman Recruit Aus'

Recri oIann dCae der
Great Lakes, IL this .past
January. His Division 052-
received many honors and
high ~achievement flags.
He is currently attending a
training school for Hospital
Corpsman.
Everyone, including his
stepdad' and mom, James
& Anita Boothe, brothers -
Ahthony, Alex, Luke; grand-
liarents Theodore & Sue
Lafford, his uncles and aunts
- Chris, Andrew, Angie, De-
nise; cousins Eric, Daph-
nie, Jeremy, Veronica anid
his dad Timothy White;
and friends Cissy and Ray
are so verygroud of him.
Austin. graduated frm
the Santa Rosa Adult High
School in 2009. Congrats!



.Plans, Pentagon, Washin~g-
ton, D.C. She has 12 years
of military service,
She is the daughter of
Jeannetta and stepdaugh-
ter of Cleveland L. Hilliard
of Morgan Court, Milton,
Fla.
The sergeant is a,1996
graduate of Milton High
School.


Force with generid ed~u-
cation provided by civil-
ian. institutions. Enlisted
members are automati-
cally enrolled in the CCAF
and begin earning college
credit during: basic mili-
tary training.
Tay~lor, an executive As-
sistant, is assigned to the
Directorate of Strategic .


lated: associate degrees
and -other credentialing
programs to enlisted air-
men to enhance mission
readiness, and support
their. performance within
their career specialty. The
education program com-
bines technical and pro-
fessional military educa-
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NOTICE OF CHANGE OF LAND USE

AND INTENT TO CONSIDER AN ORDINANCE

The Santa Rosa County Local Planning Board and Board of County
Comrtlissioneis will conduct public hearings ~to consider a change of land
use andlor rezoning of land areas depicted on the maps within this adver-
tisement. The hearings are scheduled as follows: .

Local Planning Board (to consider and make a recommendation on the
proposalss: .
Thursday, March 11, 2010 at 6:00 p.m.

Board of County Commissioners (to consider adoption of the ordinance):
Thursday, March 25, 2010 at 6:00 p.m.

Both meetings will be held at the Santa Rosa County Administrative Center
.in the Board Meeting Room, ~6495 Caroline Street, Milton, Florida. At the
public hearings, the Local Planning Board and Board of County
Commissioners shall consider the ordinance entitled:

Ordinance No. 1: ~

AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA; AMENDING ORDINANCE 91-24 AS AMENDED;
AMENDING THE ZONING DISTRICTS AS~ DEPICTED IN THE
ATTACHED MAP; APPROVING THE AMENDMENTS TO THE
OFFICIAL ZONING MAP' OF THE LAND DEVELOPMENT
c~CODE AS DEPICTED IN THE ATTACHED MAP; CHANGING
THE LAND- USE CLASSIFICATIONS AS DEPICTED IN TH;E
ATTACHED MAP; PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION; AND
PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

Zoning District Amended: from Ag (Agriculture District) to RR1 (Rural
Residential District) -~ approximately1.0.0 (+/-) _acres.
Future Lanid Use Desionation Amended: from Commercial to Singly
Family Residential total approximately 1.00 (+/-) acres.


COUNSEL from page Al


COMMISSION RS from page Al


The proposed ordinances and maps' may be inspected by the public prior to
the above scheduled meetings at the Santa Rosa County Planning
Department, 6051 Old Bagdad Highway, Milton, Florida. Interested parties
may appear; at the meetings and be heard with respect to this proposed ordi-
nance. All interested parties should take notice that if they decide to appeal
any decision made by the Santa Rosa County Board of Courity
Commissioners with respect to any matter coming before said Board at said
meeting, it is their individual responsibility tp insure that a record~ of proceed-
ings they are appealing exists and for such purpose they will need to insure
that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record shall
include the testimony and the evidence upon which their appeal is to be
based. *

Santa Rosa County adheres to the americans with Disabilities Act and will
make reasonable modifications for access to this meeting upon request.
Please call Santa Rosa County Planning, Zoning and Development Division
at (850) 981-7075 or (850) 939-1259 to make a request. For the Hearing-
Impaired, 1-800-955-8770 (Voice). Requests must be received at least 48
hours in advance of the meeting in order to provide the requested service.


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Christian Educators As-
sociation International
from seeking to overturn
the 2009 agreement, which
required school officials in
Santa Rosa County to stop
promoting their personal
religious beliefs in public
schools.
In Friday's 35-page de-
cision, Rogers reiterated
that school district officials
are constitutionally obligat-
ed to ensure that teachers
and other staff do not incul-
cate public school students
with religion and that the
Christian Educators Asso-
ciation Iliternational had
no valid basis for seeking
to have the consent decree
Declared unconstitutional.
"The consent decree
was clearly constitutional
and designed to stop school
officials' admitted practice
of promoting their person-
al religious beliefs," said
ACLU attorney Benjamin n
:Stevenson. "Thejudge's de-
cision affirms that no one
is prevented from doing
anything that should be al-
lowed to do.
"Hopefully, school. offi-
cials can now return their
focus to educating stu-
dents." '
The consent decree
came about following an


ACLU lawsuit filed in Au-
gust of 2008 on behalf of two
Pace High School students
who ,alleged that school
officials regularly promot-
ed religion and led prayers.
Back in December the
Liberty Counsel called wit-
nesses to show why the
consent decree was uncon-
stitutional during a three-
day hearing Judge Rogers
presided over. .
Michelle Winkler, who
was the stibject of a con-
tempt charge last year
-following a prayer her
husband' gave at a school
luncheon, broke downl on
the witness stand when de-
scribing how a co-worker
sought comfort from her af-
ter losing her two-year-old
child. The two hid behind a
closet door to pray because
they feared the consent de-
cree. .
Denise Gibson, an el-
ementary' teacher for 20
years, testified that the
or~ler forces her to tell par-
ents she cannot respond
if they talk about church
or their faith. She may not
even respond to an e-mail
from a parent if it contains
a Scripture verse or "God
bless you." ~
Gibson pointed out now
tthe District requires her


to open a separate email
to respond rather than hit
"reply,". in order to elimi-
nate- any trace of religious
language.
School employees are
prohibited from "commu-
nication with a deity" when
in their "official capacity."
They are considered to be
in their "official capacity"
even when not working
- whenever they attend
a "school event,"- which
includes events during
the day, including breaks,
after-school events on or
off campus, and privately
sponsored events on cam-
pus for students.
SEmployees cannot bow
their head or fold their
hands and must prohibit
others from praying, even
in meetings such as Good
News Clubs or privately
sponsored' baccalaureate
services. The ACLU has
dragged three employees
to court already, yet, Ju~dge
Rodgers states there is no
"chill" on free speech.
.An appeal, when it .is
filed, will be in the: 11" Cir-
cu~it Court of Appeals based
in Atlanta.
Staver feels Friday's
decision led to a declara-
tion of war with the Liberty
Counsel.


Mr. Cronley." .
Salter said it would be
better to< buy a' storage
building as` the housing
market is struggling, which
might ~mean a better deal
for the county. .
"In today's economy, we
should get a better deal, on
a metal building like this,"
Salter said.' ...
After discuissions of
buildings came talks of na-
ture trails from Kyle Holley
and others on the exten-
sion of the Florida Nationuil
Scenic Trail, which runs
from Gulf Islands National


Seashore near Pensacola
to Big Cypress ~National
Preserve in South Florida.
The trail, which runs
through the county from
Eglin Air Force Base,
needs a strip of land thiat
'runs along Highway 87 on
the backside of Amierican
Farms to complete the
Santa Rosa County portion
of the trail.
SMoving the trail closer
to 87 would help keep hik-
ers, bikers, and equestri-
ans out a flood prone area
according to Holley.
"It is critical we move


this trail closer to Highway
87," Holley said. "The route
they had proposed for us
before ivas too wet to main-
tain."
Holley said the property
behind American F~arms is
perfect, brit is unsure of who
owns it and if it is available.
"Thepropertyweareask-
ing for is currently not used
except for the people who
use it as recreational prop-
erty," Holley said. "Once this
portion of the trail is com-
pleted, the section that runs
through Santa Rosa County
willbe completed:."


Ordinance No. 2: .*

AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORI-
DA; AMENDING ORDINANCE 91-24 AS AMENDED; AMENDING
SECTION 4.04.03.C.6; ADDING A REQUIREMENT THAT COMMER.
CIAL DRIVEWAYS BE PAVED FROM THE EDGE OF EXISTING.
ROADWAY TO THE RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE; PROVIDING FOR CODI-
FICATION; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.


Ordinance No~. 3:

AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA;
AMENDING ORDINANCE 2003-25; AMENDING THE FUTURE LAND. USE
MAP OF THE SANTA ROSA COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN; CHANG-
ING THE. LAND USE CLASSIFICATIONS AS DEPICTED IN THE
ATTACHED MAP; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING FOR
CODIFICATION; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

The following future land use map amendment to the Santa Rosa County
.Comprehensive Plan is for adoption and submittal to the Department of
Community Affairs as the first of two (1 of 2) amendment packages allowed
by Florida Statutes in Calendar Year 2010~ (10-1). The amendment was pre-
viously approved by the BOCC for transmittal to DCA in December 2009 and
is not scheduled on the March 11, 2010 Local Planning Board Agenda.


Zoning District Amended: from Ag (Agriculture District) to M2 (General
Industrial District) approximately 29.10 acres
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Single Family Residential to'
Industrial approximately 29.10 acres.







,I'I-


FWVC REPORT


Sports SIDELINE_


NICEVILLE from page A8 :


Coaching the east squad this year will be
Crestview's Carlos Bonilla, while on the side-
lines for the West is West Florida Tech's J.W.
Novtony.
On the boys side of the ledger, Pace's Collin
Craver and Milton's Rick Galbreath will play
for Niceville's Wesley Nelson, who is coaching
the east side.
The ~West: will be coached by Catholic's
Ken~t Williamson, who could be looking to take
advantage of the east and its lack of practice
heading into the All-Star event.
The girls game will begmn at 5:30 p.m.; the
boys game will follow at 7:30 p.m,
Tickets this year are $5 for adults, and chil-
dren 12 to 6 are $3; those 5 and younger will be
admitted free.

East Team AII-Stars
East Spys All-Stars Shelby Ellis D Pace
Collin Crover D Pace Lena Land D Milton
Rick Galbreath~ F/M Milton Candice Meors D Pace

East Girls AII-Stars lesic Orm Pc
Cossondro Amore GK Pace Alex Pickrell M Pace
Tiffany Boisvert M/F Milton Nikki Terrell F Pace


Tide REPORT


Thursday, Feb. 25, 2010
3:50 a.m. CSTf Moon set
6:19 a~m. CST Sunrise
6:26 a.m. CST Low tide -0.77 Feet
2:34 p.m. CST Moonrise
5:44 p.m. CST Sunset
8:24 p.m. CST High tide.1.41 Feer
Friday, Feb. 26, 2010
4:37 a.m. CST Moonset
6:18 a.m. CST Sunrise
7:05 a.m. CST Low tide -0.65 Feet
3:45 p.mn. CST Moonrise
5:5p.mn. CS Sunsetde12Fet
:9p.m. C Hgh tiel2 f
Saturday, Feb. 27, 2010
5:19 a.m. CST Moonset -.
6:17 a.m. CST Sunrise
7:36 a.m. CST Lowj tide -0.43 Feet
4:57 p.m. CST Moonrise
5:46 p.m. CST Sunset
10:40 p.m. CST High tide '1.06 Feet
Sunday, Feb. 28, 2010
S:57 a.m. CST Moonset
6:16 a.m. CST Sunrise
7:55 a.m. CST Low tide -0.1 1 Feet
10:38 a~m. CST Full Moon
S:66 p.m. CST Sunset
6:07 p.m. CST Moonrise

East BOV
Thursday, Feb. 25;, 2010 -
S3:49 a.m. CST Moon set ?
6:18' a.m. CST Sunrise
7:44 a.m. CST Low tide -0.92 Feet
2:32 p.ni. CST Moonrise
5:43 p~m: CST Sunset
9:07 p.m. CST High tide 1.69 Feet
Friday, Feb. 26,. 2010
S4:36 a.m. CST Moonset
6:17 a.m: CST Sunris
8:23 a.m. CST Low tide -0.78 Feet
3:44 p.m. CST Moonrise
5:44 p.rm. CST Sunset
~ 10:14 p~m. CST High tide I.53 Feet
Saturday, Feb. 27, 2010
5:1.7 a.m. CST Moonset,
6:16 a.m. CST Sunrise
8:54 a.m/~CSI Low tide -0.51 Feet
S4:55 p.m. CST Moonrise
5:4`5 p.m. CST Sunset
11:25 p.m. CST High tide 1.27 Feet
Sunday, Feb. 28, 2010
5:S6 a.m. CST Moonset
6:15 a.m. CST Sunrise
9:11 a.m. CST Low tide -0.14 Feet *
10:38 a.m. CST Full Moon
5:45 p.m. CST Sunset
6:05 p.m. CST Moonrise

Blackwater River

STh~ursday,CFeb; 25s 2010
6:1 8 a.m. CST Sunrise
8:14 a.m. CST Low tide -0.92 Feet
2:32 p.m. CST Moonrise
5:43 p.m. CST Sunset
10:03 p.m. CST High tide 1.69 Feet
Friday, Feb. 26, 2010
'd:37.a.in. CST Moonset
6.17 a.m. CST Sunrise
8:53 a.m. CST Low tide -0.78 Feet
3:44 p.m. CST Mooncise
5:44 p.m. CST Sunset
11,:10 p.mn.. CST High tide 1.53 Feet
SSaturday, Feb. 27, 2010
5:18 a.m: CST IMoonset
6:16 a.m. CST Sunrise
9:24 a.m. CST L w tide -0.51 Feet '
4:56 p.m. CST Moonrise
5:45 p.m. CST Sunset
.. Sunday, Feb. ~28, 2010
12:21 a.m. CST Hjigh tide T'.27,Feet
5:56 a.m. CST Moonset
6:15 a.m. CST Sunrise
9:41 a.m. CST Low tide -0.14 Feet
10:38 a.m. CST Full Moon
5:46 p.m. CST Sunset
6:06 p.m. CST Moonrise

Novarre Beach
Thursday, Feb. 25, 2010
3:49 a.m. CST Moonset
4:02 a.m. CST Low tide -0.62 Edet
6:17ao.m. CSTI'Sunrise
2:32 p.m. CST Moonrise
5:43 p.m. CST Sunset
6:04 p.m. CST High tide 1.28 Feet
Friday, Feb. 26, 2010
4:35 a.m. CST Moonset
4:51 a.mn. CST Low tide -0.51 Feet
6:16 a.m. CST Sunrise
3:44 p.m. CST Moonrise
5:44 p.mn. CST Sunset
7:27 p.m. CST High tide 1.16 Feet
Saturday Feb. 27, 2010
5:17 a~.CST M ose
5:34 o~.CST Low tid -0.31 Feet
6:15 a~.CST S nis
4:55 a.m. CST Monrse
5:44 p.m. CST S onse
8:50 p.m. CST High tide 0.97 Feet
Sunday, Feb. 28, 2010
4:09 a.m. CST Low tide -0.06 Feet


5:55 a.m. CST Moon set
S6:14 a.m. CST S'unrise
10:38 a.m. CST Full Moon
1 1:01 a.m. CST High tide 0.18 Feet
2:00 p.m. CST Low tide 0.05 Feet
5:45 p.m. CST Sunset
6:05 p.m?. CST Moonrise '
10:10 p~m. CST High tide 0.74 Feet


Wednesday February 24, 2010


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette | A7l


SportS


immediate area. Johnson cited the hunter
with attempting to take deer out of season,
hunting over bait in a management area,
attempting to take deer with a rimfire
rifle, and placing bait in a management
area. The rifle, ammunition and corn were
seized as evidence.

'OKALOOSA COUNTY COPS
Officer Matt Webb was recognized by
the Emerald Coast Chapter of the Coastal
Conservation Association (CCA) as Officer
of the Year for Okaloosa County. Webb was
awarded during the annual CCA banquet
for his conservation efforts in ~protecting
Florida's riatural resources.

Officer Andy Maltais taught the hunting
laws section for a hunter education class.
Fifteen students attended the session at
the Eglin Jackson Guard meeting room in
Niceville.

BAY COUNTY
Lt. Jay Chesser and Officers Dennis
Palmer and Mike Nobles responded to
an legal deer kill that took place' on a
private property. Blood was located and a
trail was followed for approximately one
Smile, where the deet- was taken under a
~~fence adjacent to a county road. Palmer
followed up on 'information concerning the
case and developed a suspect. The subject
was interviewed, and a confession was ob-
Stained. This led to the eventual seizure of a
10-point rack, cape, scoped rifle, and meat.
-Charges are periding through the State
Attorney's Of'fice. .:


This report represents some events the
Northwest Region Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission handled from
Feb. 12-18; however, it does not include all
actions taken by the Division oli Law En-
forcement.

ESCAMBIA COUNTY COPS
Officers Randy Webb, Steve Bartlett
and Andy Maltais conducted a three-day ~
boating safety education couirs~e and an
introduction to patrolvessel operations for
the Pensacola Police Department (PPD)
Marine Unit. The PPD requested that lo-
cal FWC officers provide the training for
seven new officers assigned to the marine
unit. A one-day classroom session coupled ~
with twyo days under way provided the PPD
officers with how to adapt their skills and
experience as police officers to the boating
environment. Topics included the boater
safety course; Florida boating statutes
and rules, U.S. Coast Guard rules and as'
sociated violations; trailering, launching
anld red vey pato vessel eosp rat sees-
stops; and inspections.

SANTA ROSA COUNTY
Officer Steve Hoomes and Lt. Dan Hahr
responded to a complaint of night hunting
in the Chumuckla area. Ani anonymous tip
fled the ~officers to an area where a deer
.had been killed and retrieved. The officers .
recovered a spent shotgun shell during
a search of the area. After a short while,
the suspect's truck was located. Two dead
antlerless deer ivere observed in the back` .


of the truck, along with a shotgun in the
front seat. Officers searched the area and
located one of the suspects. During an in-
terview, the officers identified seven other
suspects involved' in the case. An investi-
gation lasting most of the day resulted in
the officers obtaining confessions from all
of the suspects. The suspects admitted to.
killing the two deer and shooting at least
three other deer in at least five different
locations. During the investigation, another
shotgun, a spotlight and amnfunition were
seized. The deer were seized and donated
to an, approved charitable organization
The two adults aind six juveniles face sev--
eral charges, including attempting to take
deer at night with a gun and light, taking
wildlife from the right of way of a public
road, discharging a firearm from the right
of way, and possession of antlerless deer
ou o season,

SOfficer ~Royce Johnson and Reserve .
Officer Lila Wise were working in the
Blackwater Wildlife Management Area
when they observed a vehicle parked in
the woods. They waited until dark ifor the
hunter to return to the ti-uck. When the
hunter returned, the officers noticed that
he was carrying a .22-magnum rifle, deer
hinting accessories andl a bucket cori-
tai'ning corn residue. At first the hunter
claimed to be h~untinig rabbits. Whien the :
man showed the officers where he was
hunting, they observed corti scattered in
~the area. Additionally, overlooking the corn
was a tree stand, a~id scent wicks were
Sdisplayied in the immediate area. There
were also several large dleer scrapes; in the


FCSR soccer sign-ups: Regis-
tration is under way for the spring
recreational soccer season on the
Flthol Club of Santa Rosa Web site,
www.fesantarosa.om. Registra-
tion period will run through March.
Registration fees are: U6-$65 and -
U'8 and above-575. On-site registra-
tion will be available 'llneSdays and
Thursday from 5:30-7 p.m. For
more information, e-mail greene'.
rick5@gmal.com. Information on .
the recreational and select soccer
programs is' available on the hallb
Web site

City of Mfilton Golf Tournanient
for Relay: The 9th annual City of,
Milton Employees'.Golf Tournament
will be held March 19 at Tangle-
wood Golf and Country Club in
Milton, with a shotgun start at noon.
The cost per player is $70, whiich
includes green fees, a cart and
barbecue. Team sponsorships are
$340. Tee and green advertisements
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 ben-
efit Milton Relay' for Life. For more
information, call Lamar Whitaker
at 983-5417' or Linseyr Williamson at .
983-54166.

Wresting practice: Youth wres-
tling every Tuesday and Thursday
at Hobbs Middle School. Practice
will run 7-8:30 p.m., with Olympic
Coach Rob Hermann running the
'llesday 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 Menefpe at 4150-24134 or e-mail
pantherwrestling~imchsi.com,


Milton sign-ups: City of MVil-
ton youth baseball and softball
registration is under way 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 he or
she.plays-in: 5 and 6, T-ball; 7 and
8, coach pitch; and 9-14, Icid pitchi.
Thq fee is 850 for the first child and
$45 for each additional child. Price
includes shirt, cap and trophy. Head
coach's children play free. Forms
and payment will be accepted from
12:30-8 p.m. Monday through Friday
or from 10 a.m. to 5 p~m. Saturday
at the Milton Community Center,
5629 Byrom St. Season will begin
March 15. For more information,
contact Robert Arnold at 850-983-
5466 or miltonparks~~ymail.com.

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

Arthritis Walk: The Arthritis
Foundation s annual2010 Arthritis
Walk will take place at 9 a.m. April
24 at the West Florida Rehabilita-
tion Institute on North Davis High-
way. Teams are forming now, and
sponsors are being sought. This is a
noncompetitive 5K or one-mile walk.
For more information, call 471-1541
or 800-578-7183.

More activities can be found at
wtww. spreSsgaZette.com. Look for
the box called "Thrings to Do." There
you can check on activities by ZIP
code or type. You are wLelcome to
enter your events there as well.






ALL-STARS from page A8


Ice Flyers bus trip: The lee Fly-
ers Boosters will be organizing a
bus trip to~see the Ice Flyers face
off against the Columbus Cotton-
mouths on March 13. The bus will
leave the Pensacola Civic Center at
1 p.m. March 13. Bus ride and game -
ticket are 5415 per person. Payments
are due by March 6. For information
or a ticket, call 207-1698 or 982-5177.

Boat safety class: The City of
Milton Fire Department will offer -
About Boating Safely, its prenuier ,
boater safety class, on Feb. 20. This
eight-hour class covers basic legal -
requirements for boaters, boating -
safety, elements of boat handling,
as well as how to handle some com-
mon boating emergencies. There
is an examination at the end of the
cabss. A passin scare o bl'ak t
ID card, a requirement for boaters
younger than 21 to operate a boat
alone in state waters. The class.wll
begin at 9 a.mn. in the Training R~oom
of the City of Mlilton Fire Depart-
ment on Stewart Street. The class
costs $30 per person, or $30 per
family (up to four, sharing a book.
To register or ask questions, call the
fire department at 983-5430.

Mlrilton cheer tryouts: M~ilton
High School will be holding its
cheerleading tryout clinic March 22-
25, with tryouts March 26. Complete
tryout information and material
can be picked up from your middle
school's office or the tWiilton High .
office, or printed directly from the
IVHS Web site, wNww.santarosa.kl2.
fl.us/mbs. An athletic physical com-
pleted gn the school board-approved
physical form is required for try-
outs. Applications are due by 41 p.m.
1Warch 9. No late applications will be
accepted.


~"These ki~ds got Milton.b;asketball back liams~penetrated the heart of the. Panther
to where we wNant it." defense, rose above a inass of bodies and
Late in the game, Milton had a chance hit a floater to help the Eagles retake the
to defeat the District 2-5A Champion Ea- lead.
gles, but Brandon Allen could not get a Williams helped ensure that lead would
shot off as the defense converged oli the' stand, blocking Fr~ed Tibbs' layup try with
senior. less thain a minute remaining and then
"We were down by one with 25 seconds :~coming up with a steal with just 17 seconds
left, and we got the ball to Brandon 7ith 15 left.
seconds to go and they triple teamed him," , "Every time we got a lead, they~ came
Rutledge said. "He got the ball out, but we back," Rutledge said. "They're' pretty
ended up turning it over, and they went on .good."
to win." Early on, it appeared Milton's sxze mn-
Niceville (25-3) played most of the night side would be too much for Niceville: to
from behind until finding a way to grind out overcome, as the Panthers built an early
the win over Milton as Koszuta's scored 10 lead thanks in large part to their big man
points off the bench and Hunter Curtis' ll1 as Allen led all scorers with 21 points.
points led the Eagles. "We started out the season with' three
After Koszuta connected on a 3-pointer .goals," Rutledge said. "The first was to
to give Niceville a 42-41 lead with less than buy in to the plan as the kids have hall four
three minutes remaining, Niceville re- coaches in four years; No. 2 was to win 18
gained possession and looked content to games, and we won 20; and the third was
run as much time off the clock as possible. to make the playoffs, and we got a taste of
That plan was quickly foiled when Allen that.
stole the ball and traveled the length of the "I think this will bode well for our fu-
r oolf for a two-handed dunk that gave the ture."


Panther's a 43-42 advantage.
But Niceville answered when Kody Wil-


Travis Downey of the Northwest Daily
Newos conitributed to this report.





















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Willard had executed a
second takedown.
From there it was all
Soto, who went on to win
the 130-pound.Class 2A
State Title.
"I think I was a little
more tired in that match,"
said Willard, who went
on to defeat .Felix Bet-


"Ben seemed to come
out strong on dayi two
Sand~ got two quick take-
..downs," Milton wrestling
coach Duane Raley said.
"But Soto was able to re-
verse it on Ben and get. a
ILR couple of back points."
ILAD While Wilard took
Third at 13P pounds, Gulf
Breeze's R.C. Ramirez lost~his
first-round match; Saturday to
Jeremy Goodlloe in five minutes.
SGoodloe would go on to take
third place in the 125-potind
class;.
After losing his opening
'match Friday. to Chase Krutzky
7-0, Ramirez took ~full advantage
of his second chance by defeating :
Alex Hamm 7-1 a~nd then posting
a major decision over Benson Jo-
seph 12-1.


Other' wrestlers from Santa
Rosa County didn't fare as well,
but they did participate End
score points for their respective
schools. '
With Willard's effort, Milton
finished in a tie with Plant City
and Viera for 31st place, with
16 points. Pace and Gulf Breeze
both finished in a tie for 49th
place, with three points, along
with Belleview, Edgewater, Jack-
sonville Forrest, Fort Walton
Beach, fiargo, Meneni~lz and Pal-
atka. '
Pace's Ralph Allen, wreStling
at 125 pounds, went 1-2 on Friday
as .he lost his, openitig match to
Ray Rowland 4-2.
He came~back in the consola-
tion bracket to defeat Sean, Mc-
Clinians 9-0 for a majority deci-1
sion but was pinned in~his next


match by Krutzky in 3:45.
The road at 135 pounds wasn't
very smooth for- Pace's Ian
Jones.
SJones was pinned by Cody
Ross at 5:02 in his first match.
After defeating Jeremy Cam-
bell in the consolation bracket
7-1, Jones' state journey ended
with a technical fall to Ryran New-
some.
A technical fall is wrestling's
version of the mercy rule and.
'is avirarded when one wrestler
reaches a 15-point advantage
,over his opponent in the state of
Florida.
.At 145 pounds, Cory Mlenefee
was two matches and done.
~ Menefee lost his first match to
Sean Mann by technical fall and
then lost his consolation match
to Luis Tonge 12-4.


BEN WI


taneourt 8-6 for the third place
medal. "I think my nerves got the
best of me and I came out work-
ing too hard.
"This match I didn'tipace my-
self, and might have overexerted
myself a little since I kmew he had
beaten me twice in overtime." .
Day one saw Willard survive
his first~two matches with -a pin
over Killian Whitley in 5:03 and a
13-11 decision over Justin Gori-
nac in his opening match.


man sumachn v auy vews
Milton's Shane Gonlzalez goes
up for two points over the
'Niceville defense in the Region
.1 quarterfinals Thursday mn
Niceville.


NICOVIIIO WinS





over Milton

By BILL GAMBIN
sports@srpressgazette.com
NICEVILLE Milton started the
2009-10 season with three goals,
but the Panthers might have sold
themselves a little short. while
looking back.
The season came to an end
as the Panthers were grounded
by the Niceville TEagles 46-43,. as
Kyle Koszuta extended a one-
point advantage to three at the

Milo::=-6 took an earlylead
on the Eagles and at one point led
21-14 in the first half.
"At one point of the game,
we were up 21-14, and then they
scored the last five points of the
half," Milton head coach Murray.
.Rutledge said. "But I could not
be happier with this team than I
am now.
See NKCEVILLE Al


LOCRI All- Stars



By BIj[[ OGAM [N
sports@srpressgazette.com
The Pen'sacola Sports Asso-
ciation is making final prepara-
tions at Brosnaham Park for its
annual Soccer All-Star Games on
Thursday.
Ten players have been se-
lected from Pace and Milton to
play on the east squads, which
include players from Okaloosa

Six Lady Patriots from the
District 1-5A title squad will be
playing, including goalie Cas-
sandra Amore, defenders Shelby
Ellis and Candice Mearii, mid-
fielders Jessica Oram and Alex
Pickrell, as well as forward Nikki
Terrell.
Milton will be represented by
inidfielder-forward Tiffany Bois-
vert and defender Lena Land.
See ALL-STARS Al


Elrick Mabrie comes out of his corner with a flying kick against opponent Martin Downs during his Muay Thai~ match Saturday
at Gulf Cpoast Fight Fest V. Mabrie lost a unanimous decision to Downs after three rounds.



Milton warriors battle in Muay Thai matches


By Bill GAMBIN
sports@srpressgazette.com
PENSACOLA You see them fighting in the
cage on TV, but two up-and-coming Milton
amateur fighters went to work in the ring
SSaturday at Gulf Coast Fight Fest V.
Elrick Mabrie and Jarrett Estridge, both
of Milton, drew some pretty tough competi-
tion for a pair of amateur Muay Thai fight-
ers.
IMuay Thai, a martial art, utilizes eight d~if-
ferent points of contact with punches, kicks,
elbows and knlee strikes.
And Saturday there were plenty of 14cks,
knees, elbows and punches to go around.
Mabrie, who was in his fifth amateur fight,
took Martin Downs the distance, with Downs
winning a unanimous decision. *
Each fighter traded some big shots as
Mabrie stood his ground against the U.S.
Amateur Bronze Medalist.
"It is a fun sport and something I like to
Sdo," Mabrie said after his match. "(Martin)
is a good fighter. I just didn't accomplish
enough of what I do to take control."
Two fights earlier, Jarrett Estridge saw
his fight stopped in the first round after he
tloookbwhat appeared to be a second ~moee that
The official in the ring gave -Estridge
a standing eight-count, and when he did
not raise his, head at the count of eight, the
official waived off the fight.
"The only thing I see is the ring post and
my opponent," Estridge said after his sec-
ond amateur fight. "The key to this sport is
you don't think, but you have to react."
Both fighters work out with Biomet, based
in Ext'el Fitness Club on U.S. Highway 90.
"It takes quite a comnutment to do this
sport,"' said J.D. Brooks, who trains Mabrie


Jarrett Estridge pulls down on the head of Gabriel Jernigan during their Muay Thai
match Saturday in Pensacola at Gulf Coast Fight Fest V. Estridge was stopped late
in the first round.


and Estridge and works the corner for them.
"We train four tires a day, but when you are
getting ready for a fight, it is four weeks of
training five days~ a week for two hours each
day.
"They definitely have to give up a lot to
fight, and they do it for no money"
On Saturday in Pensacola, Fight Fest
drew a crowd of more than 500, with a' card
of 20-plus matches that included grappling,


boxing, kickboxring and Muay Thai.
"I think this show is definitely a positive,"
Brooks said. "I think there is an interest for
something like this in Santa Rosa County.
"The key to doing something like this is a
big investment when you look at a site, ring,
officials and so much more that is involved."
Saturday night's everit raised money
for the Escambia County Police Athletic
League.


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Panther wrestlers

11e for 31st at state

jjy gilu GABLIN
sports:@srpressgazette.com
Five wfint to Lakeland for the
state wrestling tournament, and
Mitlon's. Ben Willard brought
home the b~ronze.
After tyno strong matches, the
Citadel c itent was looking
forward tc Saturday morning.
Willa ,i was to face Nicholas
Soto in thje 130-pound semifinal
for Class aA
Despit& two earlier overtime
losses d' ig the summer to
Soto, Wladcame out strong
and got a takedown to go up 2-
0. Then tiscore became 4-1 as














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The project,$1~iicipitook' nealtly Ifour ,'das to: miore hands on for them.
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teacher, Kelley Igo. . school. I '..' teach them Sgmeth~ing they don't knoqw about An-
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Elementary has';~ a n rsdntsDyo :o tnry said he enjoys the art teacher's projects ev-
brought creativity: ~ day," she said. 'I do an art Uinit ew- ery year, this being the second he has seen.
into her clksroom for el, year for the children, and this ."This is our first time here, but we did the cave '
as~ong as she knows, year it- happens to be on Ancient 'exhibit last year;" D~iai said.
butnoe moe wthan~ Egypt."' The student sajrs, he learns a lot frm each
she id wth hr .he art teacher, who teach- exhibit Igo puts on, and says it is nriore hands on,
recent -art, project es all grade levels, opens up which in~turn makes it more interesting." -
that brought An~- the exhibit to every class in the "It's pretty cool.,We get to learn about King'I~t
cient Egy~pt into ,.school. Last year, she showcased' and munrunles,"'he said. "The best part about this
the elementary '4 her rendition of the Caves of Las- (exhibit) is the drawings on the wall."*
school. r az The caves, which are located Igo says the exhibit will stayr up for two weeks
Sand .tracks ; in southwestern F~ance, are one until each.student in the school gets a chance to
are seen feav- of the world's biggest Paleolithic see it.
ing Igo's door- painted caves in the world.- .'I wanteveryone in the school to be able to see
This year, th~e teacher it." Igo said. "Il hope this inspires theml to be more
~brought in 'pounds and interactive~with history."
pounds of sand, a blow up The exhibit will take just as' long to take down
mummy! casket, and several as it did to pult up, but the teacher said it was all
Egyptian artifacts to keep .worth it.
1. The best part of Igo's Igo said., ".I try to incorporate history, science, and
ana projectss is the learning ex- .even math as much as I can in their curriculum."
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SRC Housing Coalition March 3 1:30 p.m.
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Tourist Development North End Committee March 4 8:30 a.m.
Santa Rose County Chamtber of Commemro. 5247 Steamrt St., Muton
Local Mitigation Strategy meeting March 4 1:30 p.m.
Conference Room, 8051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton
Zoning Board of Adjustments March 4 5:30 p.m.
Blackwater Soil and Water Conse tieton.
District Supervisors Board Meeting March 4 5:30 p.m.
.Jay Community Center, 5259 Booker St., Jay
Commission Committee March 8 9:00 a.m.
Navarre Area Architectural Review Board March 9 3:00 p.m.
Navarre Viior's Center, 8643 Navarre Parkway, Navarre
Tourist Development South End Committee March 10 9:00 a.m.
Vialtar' Center, 8643 Navarre Parkway, NPararr
CDOB Citizen Advisory Task Force March 10 1:30 p.m.
conference Room., os1 Oks Bapded Hwy.. Milton
Bairlding Code Board of Adjustments March '10 2:30 p.m.
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Commission Regular Mirch 11 9:00 a.m.
Local Planning Board March 11 6:OO p.m.
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come to the fair.
For more information
contact Volunteer Coordina-
tor Bil Bledsoe at 850-686-
1122 or e-mail all.marine@
yahoo.com.

Bagdad Market Day
IIl fo vedor
The Bagdad Village
Preservation Association's
Spring Market Dayis sched-
uled for Saturday, May 1
from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. The
annual event will be held
at the Ba~gdad Conununity.
Center located at the cor-
ners of Pooley and School
streets (6860 Pooley St.) in
historic Bagdad.
Applications are being
accepted for craft and col-
lectible vendors *for both
indoor .and outdoor booth
space. 'Ib reserve space,
contact Sue Woodson at 850-
476-0287 or fourgrand@cox.
net.
Fbr more information on
the Bagdad Village Preser-
vation Association, visit the
association's. Web site at
www~lbagdadvillage.org.


hold its next monthly meet-
ing and Dutch 'It'eat Dinner
at The Club atHidden Creek,
3070 PGA Blvd, Navarre, at
6:30 p.m. on'i~esday, March
2. The speaker is Ruth Es-
ser, a conservative activist,
who will talk about her con-
tribution to the successful
future of the. Republican
PartS
Fbr additional informa-
tion please contact Morgan
Lamb, chairman, Santa
Rosa County Republi-
can Party, 2067 Pine Ranch
Drive, Navarre, FL 32566,
850-939 24(19 or e-mail mor-
ganlamb@bellsouth.net. .


be present. For additional
information about the
roundtable, please call 850-
983-5040.

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University of West Florida
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March 3 from noon 1 p.m.
entitled "Using LinkenIn
for Business." Discover
why and hopg to get your
company. LinkedIn. This
seminar is fr~ee.
Since our funding agen-
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number, of attendees, we
cancel workshops that
don't meet these require-
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strongly recommended.
Attendees are encourages
to bring their own lunch.
For further information,
or to register call 850-473-
7830 or go to our Web~ site
:~at www.sbdi'.uwf.edu.


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Council will meet in Ex-
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March l at 4 p.m. in Council
Chambers of City Hall, 6738
Dixon Street. All meetings
are open to the public. For
further information on the
meeting, contact the City
Manager's Oilice at 983-
5411.

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Roundtable will meet in
the Berryhill Administra-
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Room A, 6751 .Berryhill
Street, in IMilton. Super-
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and Sheriff Mlendell Hall,
co-chairs for the commit-
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. sess with methaqualone
or mecloqualone deriv

d tposss and o se

Polischeck., Jason An-
drew; male; 19; 3050 Lau-
rel Drive, Gulf Breeze;
probation violation-felo-
ny or Commty Cont Re
Unk/Fel/Misd/Juy Non
Critria.
Cottrell,. Justice Lu-
cille; female; 15; 8410
Tortuga Street, Navarre;
battery-touch or .strike,
obstructing justice-tam-
peringl in felony third
degree proceeding, bat-
tery-touch or strike, ag-
gravated stalking-of mi-
nor under 16 YOA.
00n. 29
-Fuller, Thomas Ste-
phen; male; 25; 7728 Na-
varre Parkway,~ Navarre;
nonmoving .traffic viol-
drive while suspended
habitual offender.
Tayo, Michael Aar-
on; male; 15; 12746 Chu-
muckla Highway, Jay;
drugs-deliver/distrib-
ute-other schedule III or
IV (two coulits), drugs-
possession-control sub-
stance without prescrip-
tion, marijuana-possess
not more than 20 grams.
Sanders; Matthew
Lee; male; 20; 6546 Pinto
Avenue, Miltoli; marijua-
na-sell schedule I.
Ward Jr, Sterlin Britt;
male; 19; 7339 Hwy 90
(absconded) Milton; pro-
bation vio aion- eony or
IomM d/Cuont*NRe Unrl

tiSullivan., Patlhela
Prendergast; female; 48;
1900 Lakeview Avenue,
Pensacola; traffic offense-
DUI alcohol or drugs.
Dougla's, Shawn Mi-'
chael; male; 36; 8143 Mo-
lina Street, Navarre; pro-
bation violation-felony. no
date given.


drug equip-possess-and
or use, evidence-destroy-,
in ta pe 6withamresfabr -


jah; male; 13; 2291 Janet
Street, Navarre; damage
property-criminal mis-
chief $200 and under,
burglary unoccupied
dwelling unarmed, lar-
ceny-petity theft first de-
gree $100 less $300.
K~elley, Eric Gregory;
male; 24; 3'132 Calle De -
Ciervo, Navarre; proba-
tion violation-felony-or
Commty Cont Re Unk/
Fel/Misd/Juy Non Cri-
tria.
H*. 27
Carter' Jr, Jessie
James; male; 19; 5452
Bluebird Street, milton;
probation violation-fel-
ony-or commty cont Re ~
Unk/Fel/Misd/Juy Non
Critria.
Crumety, Francis Lee;
male; 21; a5442 Bluebird
Street, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony-or' Com-
mty CGont Re~ Unk/Fel/
M~isd/Juy Non Critria.
Frazzetta, Steven .
NIMN; male; 34; 119 Wind-
sor Place, Gulf Breeze;
Prob Violation-Felony-or
Commty Cont. *
,Pence, Victoria Lynne;
female; 55; 6167 Red Tail
Drive, M~ilton; . Traffic
Offense-DUI, alcohol or
drugs,, traffic offense-re-
fuse to submit DUI test
after licence suspended, -
drugs-health or safety-
possess harmful new
Legend drug without pre-
scription, 'drugs-possesse
controlled substance
wit ot prescr 1 Alan;

male; 24; 4764 Breezy
Lane, Pace; 'battery-D/
V touch or strike, kid-
nap-false imprisonment-
adult.
.Rowland Jr, Neville
William; male; 30; 4233
Castille Avenue, Pace;


The following arrests
were made beginning
Dec 10.22, through Jan.

Dec. 10
1McDaniel, Kristen
Renee; female; 21;- 2953
Crittenden Drive, Na-
varre; fraud-illegal use
credit -cards to obtain
goods $300 or more, lar-
ceny-of credit card.
Jan. 22
Baker, Kimberly Kar-
en; female; 36; 157 Kevin
Drive, Gulf Breeze; DUI.
Logan, Jeffrey Bret;
male; 28; 1899 Reserve
Blvd., Gulf Breeze; DUI.
Jan. 23
Schulte, James Leo
Robert; male; 27; 3865
Bay Wind Dr., Gulf
Breeze; battery on officer
firefighter EMT etc, bur-
glary occupied structure
unarmed, resist officer
with violence.
Trotter, Dejohn An-
thony; male; 44; ~6581
Magnolia Street, Milton;
cocaine-sell schedule II
(two counts).
Williams, Robert Er-
skin; male; 53; 3596 South-
wind Driire,i Gulf Breeze;
aggray battery-cause
bodily harm or disability
(domestic violence.)
Wright, M~elanie Ann;
female; 25; 4493 Arcadia
St., Milt~on; probation vio-
lation-felony. '
Foster, II, Gerald Mat-
thew; male; 26; 31'94 Alice
Drive, Milton; DUI.
Jan. 25
]}gtts,- Kathleen Ann;
female; 48;. 9930 ~Parker
Lake Circle, Navarre;
contempt of court-vio
len~e mnjunctive protec-
tion domestic violence'
~burglary unoccupied con-
veyance unarmed, larca-
ny-theft is $300 or more
but less than $5,000.
Frahcag, Edward
James; male; 39; 6728
Donaldi Drive, N~avarre;
probation violation-felo-
ny.
Harrell, Randolph
Lee; male; 50; 6484 Bruce
.Ln., Milton; burglary un-
occupied conveyance un-
armed, dealing in stolen
property.
Lowye~ry, Kasandra Su-
san; feplale; 33; 4217 Sap-
phire Lane, jPace; proba-

tionsr Lorn- oilvert;
male; 33; 5529 Novaho

Dhef ts $3ens or ;rela e-
less than $5,000, lare-pe-
~tit theft first degree $100
less.$300, larc-petit theft
second degree first of-
fense, fratid-illegal use

OwB uome ee8i mont
more, forgery of alter
public record certificate
etc.
Nori, Brian Scott;
Sale; 31; 8045 Twin Lakes
Drive, Milton; sex offend-
er violation-fail to comply
with registration law.
McIntosh, Nazhoni


Aran;, female; 14; 3006
Ranchette Square, Gulf
B eez ; nd grava e


tim' pregnant (domestic
Violencee. .
SWeber, James Djaniel*
Sale; 13; 745 Driftwood
Drive, Lynn Haven; dam-
age property-criminal
mischief over $200 un-
der $1,000 subseq .off;
burglery unoccupied
dwelling unarmed (two
counts), lareany-grand
theft $300 less than $5,000
(two counts), damage
property-criminal mis-
chief $200 and under, lar-
cary-petity theft first de-
gree $100 less than $300.
Blackwell, Brent
Whelr I ale; 30; 4316
Wh te e ad Pace; DUI
Ca center, Curtis
Lee; mae; 44; 5665 Mitch
ell Road, Milton DUI and
damage pro erty.Ke .

male 5 349 e Blue el
Circle, Jay DUI, 'DUI and
damage poperty.
lgn, 26
Kelley, Eric Gregory;
male; 3132 Calle De Cier-
vo, Navarre; failure to
Appear for felony offense
(two counts).
Egi~t~h, Kevin Sherard;
male; 19; 4961 Yacht 'Har-
bor, Pensacola; probation
~violation-felony-or ,dom-
mty cont Re 1,Jnk/Fel/
Misd/Juy Non.Critria.
Townley, Grdgoryr Ste-
ven; male; 48; 9440 Dar-
lene Cirple, Pensacola*
failure to appear for felo-
ny offense.
Williams, Maurice
Lmont Imale;d29; S50
Rosa), Milton; health-
safety-prevent hinder
firefighter or equipment.
Langle. ~Scott Da-
vid; male; 22; 1040 Wood-
lore Circle, Gulf Breeze-
Marijuana-possess not
more than 20 grams,


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OVOP -- mife onr violptio acf probation
:~Agg aggravated
Poss possession .
Mheth methamphetamine
DUI driving under the influence
DWLSR driving while license suspendelcd or
revoked
~.FTA.-. failure to appear
.-FTR failure to register
$SF sentenced fony.
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Smith, Eric Cordeai;
male; 20; 5850 East *Mil-
ton Rojad, Milton; bat-
tery-on officer firefighter
EMT etc.:
Wells, Nicholas Lee;
male; 20; 3016 Ranchette
Square, Gulf Breeze; lar-
ceny-theft is $300 or more
but less than $5000.
Black, Gregory Ray;
male; 48; 3741 Bengal
Road, Gulf Breeze; traf-
fic. offense-DUI alcohol
or drugs.
Paee Victoria Lynne;
female; 55; traffic offense-
DUI alcohol or drugs,
traffic offense-refuse to
submit DUI test after li-
cense suspended.
Strickland, .Robert
Franklin; male; 40; 4501
J. Barlow Road, Jay; sex
offender violation-fail to
report name or residence
change (two counts).

Evans Jr, Joseph
Samul mame 19il6t 5

a~en u seplolW M or dteh
liver schedule I. 1
J~oslyn, Justin Duane;
male; 20; 6675 Magnolia
Street, Milton; marijua-
na-sell schedule I (two
counts) .
Patterson, Daniel
Ray; male; 38; 4511 Struce
Lane, Pace; drugs-pos-


battery-D/V touch or
:strike, battery-D/V com-
mit domestic battery by
strangulation,
Strickland, Robert
Franklin; male; 40; 4501
J. Barlow Road, Jay; lar-
ceny-theft is $300 or more
but less than $5000, pro-
bation violation-felony or
commty cont. 1/27/10
Turpjin, April Denise;
female; 32; 339 32nd Av-
enue (Sagefield Apts)
Columbus, Ga.; larcency-
grand theft $5000 or more
less than $10,000.
Cassity, Christopher
Steven Ray; male; 18;
no address given; mari-
juana-possess not more
than 20 grams, evidence-
destroying -tamper wKith
or fabricate physical.
II..rdy, Jerri Lynn; fe-
male; 27; 4580 Watermill
Rorid, Jay; probation vio-
_lation-felony-or Commty
Cont Re Unk/Fel/Misd/
Juy Non Critria.
Johnson, Aaron Jacob
Darius; male;. 18; 1055
Farmer Street, .Crest-

ped d Beuln uanr e
larcany-grand theft $300
less than $5,000.
Riltchie, K~yle Chris-
topher; male; 18; 5850
East Milton Road, Mil.
ton; health-safe~ty-pre
vent hinder firefighter or
equipment.


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and persons having
claims or demands
against the estate of
the decedent other
than those for whom
provision for full pay-
ment was made in the .
Order ofr Summary Ad-
ministration must file
their claims with this
court WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF" THE FLOR-
IDA PROBATE CODE. .
ALL CLAIMS- AND DE-
MANDS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
ANY OTHER APPLICA-
BLE TIME PERIOD,
ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publi-
cation of this Notice is
February 24, 2010.

G tone Naicr Person
/s/in enntethR onan
/sKenneth R.Fountain
Attorney for Personal
Representative
Florlda Bar No. 48569
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& ASSOCIATES, RL-
2045 Fountain Profes-
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Navarre, Florida 32566
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gage in business under
the fictitious name' of
James Dean Joyner
dba The Fireplace Doc-
tor located at 5553 Mu-
lat Rd. Milton, FL, in the
County of Santa Rosa,
in the City of Milton,
Florida 32583 intends
to register the said
name with the Division
of Corporations of the
Florida Department of
State, Tailahassee,
Florida.
Dated at Milton, Flor-
ida, this 18th' day of
February, 2010.
James Dean Joyner .
022410(1)
2/244 .

Legal 2/254
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR SANTA
ROSA -COUNTY, FLOR.
IDA
Case No.:
2010-240-DR-01-DM
Division: E
Robert R. Reeves,
Petiioner
and
Juldean C. Reeves,
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE *


1 1100 I
TO: Juldean C. Reeves
427 Blue. Ridge Rd Apt
B28
Martinez, GA
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action has been
filed against you and
that you are required to
senre a copy of your
written def enses, if any,~
to it on Robert R.
Reeves, whose address
is 8095 Black Water
Dr., Milton, FL 32583
on or before March 25,
2010, and file the origi-
nal with the clerk of this
Court at 6865'.Caroline
St., Milton, FL 32570,
before service on Peti-
tioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fail to
do so, a default may be
entered against you for
the relief demanded in
the petitioni.
Copies of all court doc-
uments in this case, in-
cluding orders, are
available at the Clerk of
the Circuit Court's of-
fice. You may review
these documents upon
request..
You must keep the
Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office notified of
your current address.
(You may file Notice of
Current Address, Flor-
ida Supreme Court Ap-
proved~ Family Law


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COURTTHEOR CSRACNU
.ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-



IN RE: ESTATE OF
LEE ANNAH VAN DE-
VENTER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDIT'
TORS
(Summary Administra-
tion)
TO ALL PERSONS
HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS AGAINST
THE ABOVE ESTATE:
You are hereby notified
that an Order of Sum-
ma bee Adminisrat o
estate o eveer Annach

ce~ased,fo S aC e Cici
County, Florida, Pro-
bate Division, the ad-
dress of which is R~O.
Box 472, Milton, FL
32572, that the
denth ws Od oer 9
2009j that the total
value of the estate is
approximate
$45,000.00 and that the
names and addresses
of those to whom it has
been assigned by such
order are:


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