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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
Alternate title: Milton press gazette
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Language: English
Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Publication Date: 02-13-2013
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 76, no. 104 (Mar. 29, 1984)-
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6011633 75 cents Wednesday, February 13, 2013 GazetteSanta Rosas Press Find breaking news at www.srpressgazette.comTweet us @srpressgazette and friend us on facebook.com Obituaries. ........................................A2Speak Out. ........................................A8Opinion. ...........................................A8Sudoku.............................................A9 Sports.............................................A12Classieds. ........................................B4 TABLE OF CONTENTS Volume 105 Issue 13Jim Fletcher Publisher 623-2120 news@srpressgazette.com NAVARRE GIRLS WIn N PROGRAMS FIRST STATE WEIGHTLIFTIn N G TITLE SPORTS, A11By LYNNE HOUGh Hnews@srpressgazette.com Two Milton men were charged with burglary Thursday afternoon after Santa Rosa sheriffs deputies were dispatched to a burglary in progress call. Several marked patrol deputies and undercover deputies responded to a building on Simpson Drive in Milton just outside the city limits behind McKenzie Motors when the call came in. Carey Eugene Copeland, 20, and Kevin Duane Ennger, 18, ed on foot as law enforcement arrived. After a search of the area, they were found hiding in the woods near the crime scene. Copeland, whose address was reported as being on Simpson Drive, and Ennger were charged with burglary to an unoccupied dwelling and criminal mischief/property damage less than $200. Bond was set at $10,250 for each man. 2 charged with burglary KEVIN ENFINGER CaAREY COPELaANDBy TOM M M CLAUGhl HL IN315-4478 | @TomMnwfdn tmclaughin@nwfdailynews.comN N AV V ARRE R RE As darkness fell on a cold and rainy night just north of Navarre Beach, a Ford pickup truck with a mans body inside was retrieved from the bottom of the East River. Rescue workers, including the Santa Rosa County Sheriffs Ofce dive team, had spent much of Monday working to pull the truck from about 16 feet of water where visibility was less than a foot. Sheriffs ofce spokesman Rich Aloy conrmed that a call of a vehicle going into the water had come into the county dispatch center at shortly after noon. Somebody saw the vehicle speeding into the water, Aloy said. That somebody is believed to be a witness to what had happened. Aloy said the witness was removed by deputies from the scene of the incident and questioned at another location. The truck, a larger model Ford, went in nose rst, Aloy said. By 3:30 p.m., dive team members, working in 65 degree water and against strong currents, had located the truck and attached a cable to it. Efforts to pull the vehicle out with a conventional-sized tow truck failed a handful of times before it was decided to bring in a bigger truck. By the time the second truck arrived, near sunset, a crowd of about 30 onlookers had gathered on the bridge over the East River to watch the rescue effort.Man dies after truck is submerged in East RiverBy LYNNE HOUGh Hnews@srpressgazette.com A man entrusted to offer mental health counseling to delinquent teenage girls has been charged with sexual assault. Ernest Lerenza Parker, 52, 7000 block St. Josephs St, Milton, is in the Santa Rosa County jail under a $1,010,000 bond. He is accused of inappropriate sexual conduct with multiple juvenile victims. Sheriffs investigators said Parker worked at the Milton Girls Facility in East Milton. This is the same facility where Shannon Abbott, a correctional guard, was charged with felony battery after video revealed she slammed a 15-year-old client of the facility into a wall, the pinning her to the oor with excessive force, reports say. A month after Parker was arrested, it was announced the program director of the facility, Carol Andrus, was being investigated for excessive force. The facility was under contract as a privatized center with ultimate responsibility falling back on the Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ). DJJ closed the facility in December and moved the girls. It remains closed today. Parker saw the court-committed girls as a Mental Health Technician II. One of the functions of the Milton Girls Facility was to help troubled teens in providing life skills, psychological counseling, behavior modication, and schooling while maintaining them in a secure environment, according to ofcials. Sheriffs ofcials are looking for additional witnesses or victims. The Department of Children and Families, along with DJJ, the Ofce of the Inspector General, Santa Rosa County Sheriffs Department and the State Attorneys Ofce First Judicial Circuit, are working together to conduct this investigation. Parkers charges include four counts of battery, seven counts of sexual assault (victim 12 years old, special conditions), three counts of lewd lascivious molestion (victim 12-16 years old), one count of lewd lascivious conduct by person 18 years old or older and six counts of contributing to the delinquency or dependency of a minor. EERNEST Pa ARKER By LYNNE HOUGh Hnews@srpressgazette An unidentied eeing driver caused a trooper from the Florida Highway Patrol (FHP) to strike the back of a 2012 Chevrolet Cruise as the trooper attempted a trafc stop. FHP says the trooper received minor injuries in the crash. Trooper Lebrun was working Interstate 10 Sunday morning in Milton when he overtook the Chevy travelling 110 miles per hour. The two vehicles exited the interstate, going north on Garcon Point Road, according to FHP. Lebrun turned on his emergency lights and siren to initiate a trafc stop and the driver of the Chevy ed approximately two-tenths of a mile then braked sharply, causing the patrol car to hit the back of the eeing vehicle. As the car continued to ee, it traveled north on Woodville Road at a high rate of speed according to reports. The pursuit was called off because the eeing vehicle entered a residential neighborhood. Troopers are looking for the vehicle, which was driven by a black male. This story will be updated at www.srpressgazette. com as more details become available or if an arrest is made. TT rooper hits car during pursuit TT OM McLaMCLA UGHLIN | Halifax Media GroupThe body of a man was found in this vehicle after the 911 center received a call from a witness who said the truck went into the East River at Highway 87 in Holley/Navarre. Sheriffs ofcials have not yet identied the man. For updates, visit www.srpressgazette.com.See TT RUcCK AA4 B1MMilton celebrates M M ardi G GrasGirls complaints result in sexual assault arrest

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LocalA2 | Santa Rosas Press Gazette Wednesday, February 13, 2013 Elected OFFICIALSCOCOUNTY GOO VERNMENTCOUNTY COMMISSION District 1: Jim Williamson, 4351 Berryhill Road, Pace, FL 32571; phone 983-1877. E-mail is comm-williamson@santarosa..gov District 2: Bob Cole, 8651 Riverstone Road, Milton, FL 32583; phone 983-1877. E-mail is commcole@santarosa..gov District 3: Don Salter, 6000 Chumuckla Highway, Pace, FL 32571; phone 983-1877. E-mail is commsalter@santarosa..gov District 4: Jim Melvin, 6495 Caroline St., Milton, FL; phone 983-1877. E-mail is comm-melvin@santarosa..gov District 5: Lane Lynchard, 6495 Caroline St., Milton, FL 32570; phone 983-1877. E-mail is commlynchard@santarosa..gov The Santa Rosa County Commission meets at 9 a.m. on the second and fourth Thursdays. The leaders meet in committee at 9 a.m. Mondays 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 ofces.SANTA ROSA COUNTY SHERIFFWendell Hall, 5755 East Milton, Road, Milton, FL 32588; phone 983-1100. E-mail is whall@srso.netSANTA ROSA COUNTY CLERK OF COURTSMary Johnson, P.O. Box 472, Milton, FL 32572; phone 983-1987. E-mail is santacourtfeed@chjn.netSANTA ROSA COUNTY TAX COLLECTORStan C. Nichols, 6495 Caroline St., Suite E, Milton, FL 32570; phone 983-1800. E-mail is snichols@srctc. comSANTA ROSA COUNTY PROPERTY APPRAISERGreg Brown, 6495 Caroline St., Milton, FL 32570; phone 983-1880. E-mail is info@srcpa.orgSANTA ROSA COUNTY ELECTIONS SUPERVISORAnn Bodenstein, 6495 Caroline St., Milton, FL 32570; phone 983-1900. E-mail is Bodenstein@ santarosa..govSS TA A TE GO O VERNMENT Rep. Doug Broxson: 2990-C Gulf Breeze Parkway, Gulf Breeze, FL 32563, phone 916-5436. E-mail is Doug.Broxson@myoridahouse.gov Sen. Greg Evers: 598 N. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview, FL 32536, phone 689-0556. E-mail is Evers. Greg.SO2@senate.gov Gov. Rick Scott: PLO5 The Capitol, 400 S. Monroe St., Tallahassee, FL 32399; phone 488-4441. E-mail is _governor@myorida.comFF EDERAL AL GO O VERNMENTHOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Rep. Jeff Miller: 2439 Rayburn House Ofce Building, Washington, D.C. 20515; local phone is 479-1183; D.C. Ofce phone (202) 225-4136. Pensacola ofce address: 4300 Bayou Blvd., Suite 13, Pensacola, FL 32503. Toll free number is 866-3671614. Website: http://jeffmiller.house.govSENATE Sen. Marco Rubio: 317 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20510; phone 850-433-2603. Website: www.rubio.senate. gov Sen. Bill Nelson: Room 571, Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20510; phone 202224-5274; fax 202-224-8022. Website: http:// billnelson.senate.govWHITE HOUSE President Barack Obama: The White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C. 20500; phone 202-456-1414. E-mail is president@whitehouse.gov Vice President Joe Biden: Office of the Vice President, White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C. 20500; phone 202-456-1414.SCSC HOOL OOL GO O VERNMENTSCHOOL BOARD Superintendent: Tim Wyrosdick, 5086 Canal St., Milton, FL 32570; phone 983-5000. E-mail is wyrosdickt@mail.santarosa.k12.fl.us District 1: Diane Scott, 5710 Munson Highway, Milton, FL 32570; phone 983-0413. E-mail is scottdl@mail.santarosa.k12.fl.us District 2: Hugh Winkles, 5684 Nicklaus Lane, Milton, FL 32570; phone 623-6299. E-mail is winkleseh@mail.santarosa.k12.fl.us District 3: Diane Coleman, 9400 Octavia Lane, Navarre, FL 32566; phone 939-2661. E-mail is colemanmd@mail.santarosa.k12.fl.us District 4: JoAnn Simpson, 5059 Faircloth St., Pace, FL 32571; phone 994-5446. E-mail is simpsonjj@mai.santarosa.k12.fl.us District 5: Scott Peden, 3156 Pins Lane, Gulf Breeze, FL 32563; phone 934-0701. E-mail is pedenst@mail.santarosa.k12.fl.us The Santa Rosa County School Board meets at 6:30 p.m. second and fourth Thursdays at 5086 Canal St. in Milton. Phone: 983-5000.CICI TY GO O VERNMENT Milton City Hall, Mayor Guy Thompson, 6738 Dixon St., Milton, FL 32570, phone 983-5400. City Manager is Brian Watkins Town of Jay, Mayor Kurvin Qualls, 3822 Highway 4, Jay, FL 32565, phone 675-2719 Gulf Breeze City Hall, Mayor Beverly Zimmern, 1070 Shoreline Drive, Gulf Breeze, FL 32561, phone 934-5100. City Manager is Edwin Buz Eddy Our Obituaries Are Priced With The Family In Mind. Just $20. Please provide a color photograph if possible. All information must be typed. Wednesdays paper please submit by Friday at 3pm. Saturdays paper submit by Wednesday at noon6009922 Thurs 4:00 pm 8:30 pm Fri & Sat 4:00 pm 9:30 pmSun 11:00 am 8:30 pmClosed Mon, Tues & Wed We Catch Our Own Thursday 2 for 1 Menu All You Can Eat Mullet Every NightContact us for ALL YOUR SEAFOOD NEEDS! 6014829 Rosa Mae Phillips, age 89, of Pace, Fla., went to be with her Lord on Thursday, Feb. 7, 2013. She was born Dec. 24, 1923, to the late Robert M. Winters and Efe Mae Johnson Winters. Mrs. Phillips retired from Monsanto after many years of service. She was preceded in death by her beloved husband, George S. Phillips in 1995; and a son-in-law, Bill Barnes in 2012. Survivors include her children, Carolyn Barnes, Cynthia Kay (Chuck) Steen and Gary Phillips; grandchildren, Bill (Isandra) Barnes, Greg (Selina) Barnes, Kim (John) Hinton, Katey Logan, Kelli (Butch) Grantland, Brad (Michelle) Lowery, Andy (Tina) Steen, Gabriel Phillips, Amie (Chris) Rogers and Michael Phillips; great grandchildren, Vanessa (Greg) Taylor, Brian Barnes, Jacob Barnes, Isabelle Barnes, Brady Barnes, Tori Barnes, Stephen (Christa) Ennger, Colby Hinton, Amy (Trower) Boyd, Hannah Logan, Macy Grantland, Brody Grantland, Trenton Lowery, Kaytland Lowery, Madison Lowery, Lindsey Steen, Andi Lynn Steen, Cole Steen, Gabby Phillips, Haley Phillips, Landon Phillips, Taylor Rogers and Carley Rogers; great-great grandchildren, Marissa Garner, Makenna Ennger and Mallory Ennger; a sister, Betty Fontana; sisters-in-law, Anne Jones and Ann Phillips; and numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral services were Sunday, Feb. 10, 2013, at National Cremation & Burial Society with the Rev. Mark Smith ofciating. Interment followed in Memory Park Cemetery. Friends were received by family. National Cremation & Burial Society of Milton has been entrusted with the arrangements.Rosa Mae Phillips ROSA MAeE PhHILLIpPS Obituary Special to Press GazetteRotarians from Escambia and Santa Rosa counties will join together with Metropolitan Area Neighborhood Nutrition Alliance Food Pantries (MANNA) on Saturday, Feb. 23, to ght hunger in Northwest Florida. The Rotary Against Hunger service project will involve all 13 Rotary Clubs that have committed nancial support and volunteer participation to create more than 16,000 food packets for those in need. The result will be about 100,000 meals that the Combined Rotary of Pensacola will donate to MANNA for distribution to 17-plus partner pantries in the two county area. This donation will benet pantries that provide much needed food to those in need. But according to MANNA Executive Director DeDe Flounlacker, the hungry in our area will benet the most. Many of our neighbors are struggling to have enough food to eat, including thousands of children in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties. The need continues to grow, with Manna providing food to an average of 68 children a day, Flounlacker said. We are so grateful to Rotary for continuing to support the needs of the hungry through this project. Last year, MANNA provided the equivalent of 663,135 meals to 44,209 people. These are your neighbors and mine folks who are the working poor, grandparents raising their grandchildren, moms and dads who do not have enough money to pay their bills and buy food. Thanks to Rotary, thousands of people will once again be helped this year through the gift of nutritious food. This is the second year for the Rotary Against Hunger project and the second time in history that all Rotary clubs in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties have come together on one day to work on a service project. Last year, more than 700 Rotary members and friends donated more than 1,200 hours of time to pack the meals. The Combined Rotary Clubs of Pensacola are pleased to join with MANNA Food Pantries and work on this Second Annual volunteer project to help feed the hungry in Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties, Rotary Project Chair Buz Eddy said. Area Rotarians have raised over $25,000 for this project that will provide over 100,000 meals. On Feb. 23, Rotarians, their families and other volunteers will be assembling food packets at MANNAs headquarters that will be distributed throughout the year to folks in need. Rotary Clubs work globally as well as locally to mitigate problems such as Hunger, he said. Visit MannaFoodPantries.org or call 850-432-2053 to learn more about Manna.Rotarians to aid in food drive Press Gazette BIrthdRTHDAy Y CCLubUBFebFEB. 13Nicki QuallsFebFEB. 15Eric NicholsonFebFEB. 16Amberley Starkie To have names listed in the birthday club, email the name and birthday to news@ srpressgazette.com. BAbyBY OF theTHE WeeEEK Special to the Press GazetteThe Womens Advisory Council of Santa Rosa Medical Center is sponsoring a private concert by Ronnie McDowell and T. Graham Brown at the Chumuckla Farmers Opry on Thursday, Feb. 14. Master of Ceremonies for the evening is Santa Rosa Medical Center CEO Phillip Wright. Dress up in your favorite western attire and join us for a fun evening of entertainment. There will be tablescapes, a silent auction and more. All proceeds will benet the Kathy Russell Scholarship program and the Milton Relay for Life Survivors Reception. Dinner will be served from 5:306:45 p.m. and the concert will start at 7 p.m. Tickets are $35 and can be purchased by calling Paula Lou Mapoles at 626-9567 or Aleta Hoodless Millham at 626-5113. This event has become an annual tradition, Santa Rosa Medical Center CEO Phillip Wright said. Our Womens Advisory Council does a fantastic job organizing all of the details to make the evening a wonderful time. I thank the members for their leadership in raising funds for such worth causes as their Kathy Russell scholarship and Relay for Life, Wright said.Womens council to host private benet concert SpeSPE CIAL tT O theTHE Pre RE SS GAZette ETTERevan Benjamin Taylor, born Nov. 17, 2012, is the son of Marianne Back, Director of Planning & Design United Way of SRC and Michael Taylor.

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LocalSanta Rosas Press Gazette| A3Wednesday, February 13, 2013 6014202 Dining RoomONLY 6516080 New Year Special 15% Off With AdWe are currently paving in your area.With our crew and equipment close by, we are offering prompt service and reasonable rates to all area residents for a short time. Please call immediately if you are interested in having any asphalt paving done this year. NOTICEASPHALT PAVING WE DO: HOUSE DRIVEWAYS PARKING LOTS FARM LANES LONG LANES DRIVEWAYS PRIVATE ROADS PATCHWORK NEW HOMES GRADEWORK SEAL COATING BASEWORK ASPHALT MILLINGS Free Estimates Fast Service Quality Work Full-Service Asphalt PavingTired of a Dust Bowl in the Summer and a Mud Hole in the Winter? Dont Fuss ... CALL US!Of ce 800-566-7182 Mobile 850-524-0823Donohue Asphalt By SARA BERRES630-247-9821 sberres@srpressgazette.com The staff at The UPS Store Pace can accommodate any packing, shipping or printing need, and their helping hand extends further out to the community than just the four walls of their store. Pam Pollard, owner of the franchise, opened the store in 2000. Pollard moved to Santa Rosa County in 1986 and has made Garcon Point her home ever since. Pollard has owned and operated various UPS Store locations in the area since 1997. Not only does Pollard have long-time ties to UPS, the store manager, Karissa Barr, 30, started working at the shop when she was a junior in high school. Karissa has attended many training seminars and management classes, including attending The UPS Stores Global Convention in Las Vegas Nevada. Barr, a graduate of Milton High School, said the biggest change while working at The UPS Store Pace over the years has been the technology in the industry and volume of packages that are handled. Nationally The UPS Store has expanded their services to include printing, greeting cards, notary, mailing, shipping, packaging, freight, 24-hour access to mailbox services and the sale of ofce supplies and products, to name a few. Pollards involvement isnt just within the UPS network shes also a charter member of the Milton Rotary Club, a member of First Baptist Church in Milton, a member of The Santa Rosa County Chamber of Commerce, a graduate of Santa Rosa Leadership Class 21, a member of the Santa Rosa Leadership Alumni Board and part of the Krewe of The Silver Slipper a local non-prot, supporting Santa Rosa Kids House, ARC, and Bright Futures Scholarships and mentoring. The staff at The UPS Store in Pace, is comprised of Santa Rosa County students, former students and parents of students from local schools. Pollard wants The UPS Store Pace to be a positive part of the community, so she has offered special thanks to the more than 500 teachers in Santa Rosa County. The UPS Store-Pace location gives each of the 500 teachers a card for 100 free copies at the beginning of every school year, and a card good for discounts at over 13 locally owned The UPS Stores in Escambia and Santa Rosa County. Pollard said the store also support Pace High School project graduation, Pace High School basketball boosters, and Pace High School Year Book Club, to mention a few. The store is at 4960 Highway 90 in Pace (Pea Ridge). Hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. In select editions of the Press Gazette, The UPS Store Pace has provided a $3 off shipping coupon.SARA BERREs S | Press GazettePam Pollard, Grace Pollard, Taylor Whitaker and Karissa Barr (and their dog Oscar) at The UPS Store Pace. By SARA BERRES630-247-9821 sberres@srpressgazette.com Ashley Dawn Krasinski describes herself as a super-mom by day and songwriter by night, but now she can add another accomplishment to her bio actress. The 28-year-old, who goes by the name Ashley Dawn, has been selected as a featured singer in a lm about female country icon Patsy Cline, titled Patsy. Dawn graduated from Pace High School in 2002 and currently lives in Atmore, Ala., with her husband, three children and oldest stepson, who is in college at Pensacola State. She auditioned for Patsy in Mobile, Ala., in late December and received a call from Chance Film Productions last week with the exciting news. According to John Russell, producer with Kansas City-based Chance Films, Dawn will be one of the 12 featured singers. The story revolves around a producer who does a nationwide search for someone to play the role of Patsy Cline. The nal 12 artists who are considered for the role of Patsy will be featured singers in the lm. Dawn started taking piano lessons at age 7 and later picked up the guitar, playing in the school band and performing at small venues. As a musician and singer, Dawn considers herself a versatile artist and a folk/ rock performer. She became a member of the Nashville Songwriters Association International about three years ago and is currently a coordinator with Atmore/Brewton Region Chapter. She also mentors people interested in writing songs on a personal basis. Were not in an area with a lot of direction (for musicians or songwriters), she said. Someone who really wants to do it, like I did, can feel lost. Russell said the crew will start lming Patsy by the end of March, mainly in Alabama with special scenes shot in places such as Louisiana and Nashville. Were eager to get under way, Russell said. When we auditioned in Mobile, we just loved it. While looking forward to her role in the lm, Dawn, the self-proclaimed bubble gum chewin. guitar pickin stay at home mama turned acoustic diva after bath time is also working to record and self-produce her rst radio ready album in between bleaching socks and grocery shopping, she said.UPS Store Pace helps the community UPS PACE Location: 4960 Highway 90, Pace Phone: 850-995-0666 EEmail: store4078@theupsstore.com Hours: Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Sunday closedPace grad to be featured singer in Patsy lm AshlASHLEY DAWN KRAsSINskSKI

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LocalA4 | Santa Rosas Press Gazette Wednesday, February 13, 2013 6012770 Charles Riley, M.D. Lillia LaPlace, M.D. Sam Parker, M.D.Please join us in welcoming non-invasive cardiologists Dr. Charles Riley, Dr. Lillia LaPlace, and Dr. Sam Parker to our team in Pace. The innovative partnership between Northwest Florida Heart Group and West Florida Cardiology ensures that our cardiologists are better equipped to meet the challenges of continuing to provide high quality, patient-centered care in the future. The physicians see current and new patients in the ofce setting as well as perform a wide range of cutting-edge cardiac procedures. Cardiologist Cardiologist (850) 969-7979No Referral Necessary4252 Woodbine Road Pace Cardiologist|6014828 KEYMVOP misdemeanor violation of probation FVOP felony violation of probation Agg aggravated Poss possession Meth methamphetamine DUI driving under the in uence DWLSR driving while license suspended or revoked FTA failure to appear FTR failure to register SF sentenced felony SM sentenced misdemeanor LEO law enforcement of cer DV Domestic ViolenceFeb. 6Allbritton, Ronald Harris, 43, 5325 Chestnut Ave., Pace: failure to appear. Starkweather, Adam Ronald, 27, 6670 James St., Milton: probation violation. Brown, Gabriel James, Jr., 33, 919 Balaye Ridge Circle, Apt. 104, Tampa: armed robbery, grand theft, make/possess/throw destructive device. Madlock, Agnes Marie, 40, 4036 Buttonbush Drive, Milton: larceny, resisting an of cer. Archer, Cheryl Layne, 49, 21 Hickory Ave., Shalimar: DUI alcohol or drugs.Feb. 7Copeland, Carey Eugene, 20, 6332 Simpson Drive, Milton: damage to property-criminal mischief, burglary. En nger, Kevin Duane, 18, 6084 Carr Road, Milton: damage to property-criminal mischief, burglary. Grubbs, James Lee, 35, 4580 Tamarind Drive, Pace: failure to appear Smith III, Joseph James, 29, 2569 Nelsontown Road, Jay: two charges of battery, kidnap/ false imprisonment. Smitha, Kristopher Gage, 22, 5836 Hamilton Bridge, Milton: probation violation. Tucker, Trent William, 33, 4812 Martha Ave., Pensacola: probation violation. Nuckols, Paul Shannon, 40, 634 Buttercup Road, Cordova: DUI drugs or alcohol. Reynolds, Charles Hughes, 55, 307 Shoreline Drive, Gulf Breeze: DUI drugs or alcohol.Feb. 8-10Brown, Stephen Daniel, 33, 900 S. Scott Ave., Sanford: failure to appear. Yazvac, Stephen Michael, 47, 6575 Robie Road, Milton: failure to appear. Goldsmith, Keaira Alexux, 16, 6497 Willow Tree Court, Milton: damage to property criminal mischief. Gibson, Terry Shane, 45, 4167 Luther Fowler Road, Pace: driving while license suspended habitual offender. Haley, Patrick Thomas, 30, 2734 Midland Park Drive, Pensacola: hit and run, DUI alcohol or drugs third violation within 10 years. Elmert, Kori Leigh, 27, 3710 Berrypatch Circle, Pace: fugitive from justice. Robinson, Thomas Daniel, 24, 9250 Quail Roost Drive, Navarre: probation violation. Norton, Yong Dok, 50, 9544 Brentwood Boulevard, Navarre: DUI alcohol or drugs. Lay, Michael Sheldon, 24, 7846 Marlette Drive, Milton: DUI alcohol or drugs. Vickers Schrepf, Joanne Claire, 33, 433 Fairpoint Drive, Gulf Breeze: DUI alcohol or drugs. Sheriffs REPORT 6011529 SANTA ROSA COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICETwo divers had to enter the water after the sun went down to reattach cables, but the second truck had no trouble dragging it off the mucky bottom. Only after the truck was brought up, with visibility underwater having been so poor, could Aloy con rm a death had occurred. We have one fatality, he said. The body of the victim was not immediately identi ed. Although suicide was mentioned as a possible nding when the cause of death is eventually determined, that could not be con rmed until the death is thoroughly investigated. Were just going to say unknown circumstances at this point, Aloy said. For updates on this story go to www. srpressgazette.com. TRUCK from page A1 MARK KULAW | Halifax Media GroupDeputies and emergency workers look on as divers communicate from the water.

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LocalA6 | Santa Rosas Press Gazette Wednesday, February 13, 2013 Do you love your doctor? 6012203 6012152 Free Hearing Test Sales, Service and Repairs on all Makes and Models of Hearing Aids All Insurance Accepted including BC/BS Federal626-4327www.hearingdoctorinc.com 5937 Berryhill Rd. Milton FL 32570 Mention this ad and receive 10% off a set of Digital Hearing Aids6013055 Get married on Valentines Day!Thinking about getting married? Or have you been putting off the big day? Why not pick a day to remember? Donald C. Spencer, Santa Rosa County Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller is announcing, on Thursday, Feb. 14, Valentines Day, marriage ceremonies will be performed at the Clerks Administration Ofce, located at 6495 Caroline St., Suite B, Milton, FL 850-9831971 and the Annex Ofce located at 5841 Gulf Breeze Parkway, Suite C, Gulf Breeze, FL 850-983-1820. Florida resident couples have a three day waiting period unless you have had premarital counseling and the counselor is on the clerks premarital provider list. Couples who have not had premarital counseling must obtain their license no later than Monday, Feb. 11. The cost of the event is $93.50 without premarital counseling and $61 with premarital counseling. For $30.00, the clerks ofce will provide, by appointment, a wedding ceremony. The Clerks Ofce is open from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.Mondays in the GardensMondays in the Gardens is a free gardening program offered at the UF/IFAS West Florida Research and Education Center Gardens under the direction of Santa Rosa County Master Gardeners. At 10 a.m. Monday, Sally Menk will deliver a presentation: Antique Roses Their History and Care in the UF shade garden classroom. Menk is a consulting rosarian for the American Rose Society Santa Rosa County. She also has been a Santa Rosa Master Gardener for 24 years. The UF/IFAS WREC Gardens are located on the Pensacola State College, Milton campus. Follow the signs on campus to nd the gardens. The gardens are free and open to the public from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Both selfguided and guided tours are available. Changing seasonal gardens feature a multitude of horticultural displays including shade, formal, childrens and water gardens, bulbs, roses, shrubs, trees and perennials. For more information please contact Mary Derrick at 850-6233868 between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. weekdays or via email at maryd@santarosa. .gov. Hearing impaired individuals may call Santa Rosa County Emergency Management Service at 850-983-5373 (TDD). Free eye exams and eyeglassesPeople with low or xed incomes and who have no insurance may call the ofce nearest to them to see if they qualify for free eye exams and eyeglasses for the Thursday, Feb. 14, Doctors With A Heart program sponsored by Dr. Gene Terrezza and Associates. Dr. Gene Terrezza and Associates say they will be providing these services in the following locations: 5593 Stewart St, Milton, FL 32570, 850-623-0319 800 N. Faireld Drive, Pensacola, FL 32506, 850-456-5053 316 So McKenzie Street, Foley, AL 36535, 251-943-5115 Appointment scheduling will conclude when available appointments have been lled. Due to the times we are in today, there are many working people who do not have insurance, who have medical needs and cannot afford to have them met. We will try our best to render optometric services free to all those who meet the requirements within the limits of our capacity. Our doctors and staff are volunteering their time in thanks to the community for allowing us to serve them. St Valentines Day is the perfect time to show that doctors do care and indeed have a heart, Terrezza said. Santa Rosa County Tobacco-Free Coalition holds meetingThe Santa Rosa County Tobacco-Free Coalition will hold its next meeting at 4 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 21, at the Santa Rosa County Health Department, 5527 Stewart St. in Milton. Topics to be considered will include a report on the strategic plan, policy work for the upcoming year, and subcommittee assignments. The Santa Rosa County Tobacco-Free Coalition began in September 2008 as a partnership of community members and agencies working together with a mission to reduce the prevalence of tobacco use and provide education on the dangers of tobacco abuse among children and adults in the county.Sleeping bags neededWe need sleeping bags for our cold weather shelter. Please consider donating a gently used (or new) sleeping bag for those who need them most. Contact Tom at 983-5089, or drop them off at Ferris Hill Baptist Church during work hours which are 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday. In place of bags, monetary donations are accepted through the church or through SAFERs Paypal account located on the SAFER website at www. safersantarosa.orgJay Historical MuseumThe Jay Historical Museum on Commerce Street in Jay is open Fridays and Saturdays 10:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. It is open for tours on other days upon request. Contact: jayhistoricalsociety@ panhandle.rr.com or Sandy Moore at 850-675-4695.Santa Rosa County Democrats to hold pot luckSanta Rosa County Democrats will hold a Pot Luck Dinner and Business Meeting on Thursday, Feb. 21, at the Holley by the Sea Beach House, 6845 Navarre Parkway (U.S. 98), Navarre. The dinner will begin at 6 p.m. and the business meeting at 7 p.m. All Democrats are invited to attend. For additional information, contact Santa Rosa DEC chairperson, Earl Dean, at 850-939-5000 or 201-281-6566.Santa Rosa County education updateTim Wyrosdick, Superintendent of Schools will be the guest speaker. Presented by the Santa Rosa County Legislative Coalition, which includes Gulf Breeze, Pace, Jay, Navarre & Santa Rosa County Chambers. It will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 20 at 8:00 a.m. @ Oops Alley, 3721 U.S. 90, Pace. There will be a full breakfast buffet that will cost $8 at the door. Please RSVP to 994-9633 or admin@pacechamber.com. This event is open to the Public.Treasured Family Recipes of Historic Santa Rosa CountyThe GFWC Miltons Womans Club is asking interested individuals to share an old family photo and a prized family recipe to be included in the Clubs upcoming recipe book, Treasured Family Recipes of Historic Santa Rosa County, FL. Each page of the book will be a delightful tribute to people whose lives were lived out around local kitchen tables and who understood that shared traditions help shape strong families. Along with recipes for everything from tasty food to useful salves and poultice compounds, contributors are asked to include a brief paragraph about the person(s) in the photo. Be sure to include amusing quips or sage quotes passed down from fore-parents. Honor ancestors by being one of only 100 contributors to a book that will become part of the printed history of Santa Rosa County, Florida. The deadline for submission is Monday, April 1. Submission forms are available by contacting either Dr. Darlene Mosley at 850-484-4484, omosley@ pensacolastate.edu or Dr. Jean Roberts at 850-484-4428, jroberts@ pensacolastate.edu. To help with initial publication costs, contributors must include $25 per submission. When the book is published, contributors will receive a free copy. For 100 years, GFWC Milton Womans Club has been a proud presence in Milton and has worked to preserve the history of our neighbors. As an example, prots from the sale of the recipe books will be used on the upkeep of Miltons rst library building. This building is on the National Registry of Historic Buildings and is remembered for such uses as USO dances, Kiwanis meetings, and Boy Scouts of America activities.Blood types neededThe Northwest Florida Blood Services issued request to the public to help out with increased blood needs of: O Negative, B Negative and A Negative. Hospitals are reporting an increased blood need for these types. The Bloodmobile Drive is going to be held Feb 3-8 at 2209 N.9th Avenue and 1999 East Nine Mile Road Call 850-473-3853. Check website for Information at www. nfbcblood.org Dear K.L., I think the answer to this question is best represented by the Greek word, baptizo translated in the Bible as baptize. This Greek word means, to dip or immerse. The word pictures of Romans 6:4 and Colossians 2:12, seem to strongly indicate that the original mode of baptism in the early church probably was a total immersion in water. Therefore we were buried with Him through baptism into death, that just as Christ was raised from the dead by the glory of the Father, even so we also should walk in newness of life. (Romans 6:4-6 NKJV) Buried with Him in baptism, in which you also were raised with Him through faith in the working of God, who raised Him from the dead. (Colossians 2:11-12 NKJV) When Jesus himself was baptized by John, the Bible says He CAME UP OUT of the water. Again, seemingly indicating that Jesus was completely immersed. Most New Testament, evangelical denominations believe that the biblical standard is believers baptism by immersion. Believers baptism by immersion is an important symbolic act of identi cation with Christ. However, because salvation is by grace through faith in Christ, it is not, in my opinion, absolutely necessary that you be baptized in a particular way in order to be saved. There are several historical evidences (archeological and writings) that indicate that the early church preferred and most often practiced immersion, however from time to time even they would sprinkle or dip when immersion was not possible or practical. They understood that it was the spiritual symbolism of the act that was important. In the nal analysis, you must follow your own conscience in this matter, before the Lord and in light of the teaching of the Bible. Many people, once they understand what I have shared here with you, decide that they should willingly demonstrate their symbolic union with Christ through baptism by immersion even if they have already been baptized by another mode of baptism and especially if it was in a denomination that did not recognize the necessity of the individual profession of a saving faith in Jesus at the time of the Baptism.Ask the Preacher...a weekly column answering your questions with Biblical answers about life.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 Degree from The New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. He has been the Pastor of HHBC since 1987. For 10 years he has also served as an International Youth Evangelist for the Southern Baptist Convention, preaching to multiplied thousands all over the U.S. and Canada. For more information about HHBC call 623-8959 or 626-8951 or fax, 623-0197. If you have a question for ASK THE PREACHER send it to: ASK THE PREACHER, Hickory Hammond Baptist Church, 8351 Hickory Hammock Rd. Milton, FL 32583 6012128 Senior Citizens Exemption 6012794 Santa Rosa brBRIEfsFS

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LocalSanta Rosas Press Gazette| A7Wednesday, February 13, 2013 6012151 6012150IN LOVING MEMORYShawn Alan Brown (Bubba) 6/6/83 3/8/08Five years ago, Heaven received an angel; the night sky, another star. Your life became a loving memory. We know you will never be far. We love and miss you. Mema, Mommy, Tina, Breana Pace Area Chamber of Commers to hold monthly breakfastThe Pace Area Chamber of Commerce is having its monthly breakfast on Tuesday, Feb. 19, at Oops Alley at 7:30 a.m. The Turner Financial Group Inc is sponsoring this months breakfast. The cost of breakfast is $6 per person. We are having great attendance at these events and invite you to take advantage of these great networking opportunities by being part of our breakfast crowd. You are invited to bring guests also. We welcome all door prizes you might like to bring. Call the ofce at 994-9633 or reply to this email and RSVP by Feb.15.Landrum offers HR seminarLandrum Human Resources is offering a seminar to help employers and business owners stay up-to-date and compliant with the latest developments in health care reform and other important topics critical to your business. Health Care Reform: Whats Next For Your Business will be Tuesday, Feb. 19, at the Emerald Coast Convention Center in Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. The seminar features presentations from local industry experts on key topics, including the Affordable Care Act, EEOC updates, new social media laws, guarding your corporate assets and community giving and your bottom line. The seminar begins at 8:30 a.m. and ends at 2:30 p.m. The seminar, Health Care Reform: Whats Next for Your Business, has been pre-approved for four (4) (General) recertication credit hours toward PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertication through the HR Certication Institute. The cost of the seminar is $59 per participant; refreshments and lunch included. Register and pay on-line at www.LandrumHR. com/Forum or call 850-476-5100. Attendees will learn strategies to help protect their business and help improve their bottom line.ABOUT La A NDr R UMFounded in 1970, and headquartered in Pensacola, Fla., Landrum provides stafng, benets, payroll, training and HR services to over 11,000 worksite employees in 31 states. Landrum gives business owners and employers the ability to focus on growing their businesses while knowing their employment and human resources needs are protected. For more information about Landrum, please visit our website at www.LandrumHR. com or subscribe to our blog at LandrumHRBlog.com. SUBMITTED phPH OTO Lynyrd Skynyrd is a 4-year-old stray cat that has adopted everyone in her Pace apartment complex. As the neighborhood watch-cat she loves to roll around in the dirt, sleep in the grass and perch herself on the wooden porch railings.Sacred Heart Senior Spirit will present the following seminars during the month of February. Topics covered this month include: hand and wrist pain, exercises for a healthy heart and how to keep your heart health. Seating is limited and registration is requested. To register, call 850-416-1620 or 1-877-416-1620Pac AC EPace M M edical B B uilding, Rehab Center 2nd Floor, 3754 Highway 90, Pace, Fla. Thursday, Feb. 14, noon to 1 p.m. Back to the Basics: How to Keep Your Heart Healthy, Mark Grise, MD, fellowship trained interventional cardiologists, Sacred Heart Cardiology GUl L F Br BR EEZESacred Heart Rehab Center @ the Club 1230 Crane Cove Blvd, Gulf Breeze, Fla. Thursday, Feb. 21, noon to 1 p.m. Exercises for a Healthy Heart, presented by Exercise Specialists with Sacred Heart Cardiac Rehabilitation Wear comfortable clothes and shoes and come ready to participate! PENsac SAC Ola LASacred Heart Hospital, Greenhut Auditorium 5151 N. 9th Ave., Pensacola, Fla. Wednesday, Feb. 27, 9:30-11 a.m. Hand and Wrist Pain, Raymond Noellert, MD, board-certied microvascular surgeon, Sacred Heart Hand Center ABOUT Sacr ACR ED HEar AR T SENIOr R Sp P Ir R ITSacred Heart Senior Spirit is a free program for persons 55 and older. Benets include free health screenings, seminars, special benets per hospital stay, cafeteria discount, a discounted pre-paid lab coupon program, and a monthly newsletter that includes seniors health and wellness information and a calendar of events. For more information, please call (850) 416-1620, visit www. sacred-heart.org/seniorspirit or like us on Facebook: www.facebook. com/SacredHeartSeniorSpirit Special to the Press GazetteSt. Marys Episcopal Church, 6849 Oak Street, Milton, will host the gospel singing group Lookin Up Southern Gospel at 6 p.m. on Feb. 17. Your time will be spent enjoying some of the nest gospel music in our area. The group is composed of four vocalists Paul Ernde, his wife, Maureen Spirakis, Chuck Hendrix and Bonnie Wooten. Their mission is committed to uplifting the name of Jesus Christ and to share the gospel by using their gift of music. For more information on the group, go to www.lookinupsoutherngospel.com. After the concert there will be a Meet & Greet Ice Cream Social. The groups CDs will be available. and you may donate a love offering to the group. For information regarding the event, call 850-623-2905. 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SPEAK OUT: CALL 623-5887 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR CONGRESSMAN UPDATE Public transportation still needed in Santa Rosa CountyOn Dec. 28, Santa Rosa Transit discontinued its services to the community. A large group of the riders have expressed the need for this bus and how greatly they feel its loss. One of the riders expressed her point of view during the county commissioners meeting, but her viewpoint was edited which meant the important points she was expressing were omitted. It appeared the press did not want her to speak the truth. In short, the citizens of Santa Rosa County need a bus to transport them where they need to go. We feel the two county commissioners that voted against the bus have done the people a great disservice.Ms. Travis Group pushes to end use of the R word in FloridaDear Editor, ARC Gateway and the Arc of Florida are working to make changes to state laws that are long overdue. Senate Bill 142, the Intellectual Disabilities Bill, would remove the term mental retardation and replace it with intellectual disability in state statutes. The eld of intellectual disabilities has evolved over the last few decades. Thirty years ago, when an individual was born with an intellectual disability, he or she would usually be institutionalized. Today, we understand that people with intellectual disabilities can live a full and rewarding life in their community. Terminology used by medical professionals also has evolved over time. An example of this is the term mental retardation. The American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities replaced its of cial diagnosis with intellectual disability. The American Psychiatric Association recently made a similar change. In late January, the Social Security Administration announced its intent to make the adjustment to its of cial Listing of Impairments. Once considered a valid medical term, the R-word has become a hurtful slang that promotes negative stereotypes of people with intellectual disabilities. As someone who has been involved in this cause for many years and has a family member who is on the autism spectrum, I know it makes individuals with intellectual disabilities feel bullied. Federal health, education and labor policy statutes were changed in 2010 when Congress passed and President Obama signed Rosas Law. Thirty-nine states also have changed their laws. Everyone has the right to be treated with respect. This is an opportunity for Floridians to do just that. Please contact your state senator and representative. Encourage them to support the Intellectual Disabilities Bill and end the R-word in Florida. Pat YoungPresident, ARC Gateway Time to rethink President Lincolns reputationDear Editor, For many years the propagandists have said that Abe Lincoln was a great president, the greatest president, etc. Was not Lincoln directly responsible for some 600,000 deaths both north and south? Did not Lincoln support West Virginia seceding from Virginia, violating the Constitution? Art IV, Section 3. Did not Lincoln violate habeas corpus, i.e. you must have the body? In this case the body is where in the Constitution does it prohibit states from leaving the union? If not de nite in the Constitution then this is reserved to the states respectively, or to the people i.e. the 10th amendment. Did Lincoln free the slaves with the Emancipation Proclamation? No. This is the big lie, as this proclamation was not put into force for two years, January 1863, two years after the state of the war between the states. Worse than that, Lincoln excluded from the Emancipation Proclamation several slave-holding border states and the city of New Orleans. Lincoln is quoted as saying, My paramount object is to save the union, and not either to save or destroy slavery. If I could save the union without freeing any slave, I would do it; if I could save it by freeing all the slaves I would do it; and if I could do it by freeing some slaves and leaving others alone I would do that also. Read also the Lincoln/Douglas debate of 1858. You decide about Lincoln now. Replies welcome.William O. JonesJay In less than three weeks, across-the-board spending cuts known as sequestration are set to go into effect. But these cuts are not a new development. We have known since November 2011 that the country was threatened by these cuts. While House Republicans have worked to replace the arbitrary cuts in sequestration with commonsense spending reductions in other areas, the President and Senate Democrats have ignored the issue completely for more than one year. Until late last year, the President continued to claim sequestration would not happen. Even today, the President continues to claim sequestration was the idea of Congress, despite the fact that it was the Presidents current chief of staff Jack Lew and White House Legislative Affairs Director Rob Nabors who pitched the idea of sequestration to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid on behalf of the President. Last week, after nearly fteen months of delaying, the President nally unveiled his plan to avert the looming budget sequester set to go into effect on March 1. While it is good news the President has nally realized the seriousness of sequestration, his blueprint to avoid sequestration would seek to avert the automatic spending cuts with $500 billion in new taxes. We cannot solve our spending problem by taxing hard working Americans more, and, once again, the President has failed to comprehend this important point. Meanwhile, Senate Democrats have failed to even offer a plan. Just last week, the Chairwoman of the Senate Appropriations Committee, Senator Barbara Mikulski, called the Senates sequestration plan a work in progress, and Senate Budget Committee Chairman, Senator Kent Conrad, told reporters he was unsure of who would lead the Senate effort and that the American people would have to wait and see what is introduced. The lack of urgency from the Administration and Senate Democrats is astounding, considering the potential impact of sequestration on our economy and national security. According to the Congressional Budget Of ce, sequestration is estimated to reduce economic growth by 0.7 percent this year, and the Bipartisan Policy Center predicts it will cost our economy one million jobs. Of course, the impact of sequestration will have a signi cant impact on communities with a large military presence, like Northwest Florida. Sequestration will levy $492 billion in defense spending cuts over the next ten years, on top of the $487 billion in cuts that are already being implemented. They would result in job losses of approximately 350,000 from active duty and Department of Defense civilian work forces, and they would also have an impact on other activities, such as the potential cancellation of some of the Blue Angels ight demonstrations. The Administrations sequestration threatens to reduce our militarys readiness and throw our nation into another recession. House Republicans fully understand the seriousness of both sequestration and our larger scal problems and we have acted to address these issues. In contrast to the Administration and Senate Democrats, we have passed multiple measures to replace the scheduled sequestration cuts with commonsense measures that would not threaten our national security or economic prosperity. In May 2012, the House passed the Sequester Replacement Reconciliation Act of 2012. This bill would have replaced sequestration with measured cuts in other areas of our budget. For example, our sequester replacement bill would have saved billions by requiring Social Security numbers to claim the refundable child tax credit, making sure that individuals who arent eligible to receive assistance from safety-net programs like food stamps do not receive these bene ts, eliminated automatic funding set to be given to states to set up exchanges from Obamacare, and eliminated the bailout fund so that unelected bureaucrats cannot use tax payer funds to bail out the creditors of too big to fail institutions. Just last week, Republicans unveiled legislation, which I also strongly support, known as the Down Payment to Protect National Security Act of 2013 to avert sequestration. This commonsense bill would replace the rst year of sequestration by shrinking the Federal civilian workforce ten percent through normal attrition. If acted upon by the Senate Democrats and enacted by the President, this legislation would remove this years devastating effects of sequestration while the Congress works to achieve a permanent solution. House Republicans do not want sequestration to go into effect, but we understand that we must rein in government spending now before it spirals even further out of control. The American people know that spending is the problem and that we cannot solve a spending problem by simply raising taxes. We should replace the Presidents sequester with responsible reforms to help balance our budget within the next ten years, and House Republicans stand ready to work across the aisle to avert sequestration. In order to get this country back on the right track, we can no longer afford to do the things we would like to do, only the things we have to do. It is time for the President and Senate Democrats to put aside their insistence on more tax increases and join us to institute the responsible scal policies that our nation and the American people require.Sequestration just around the corner CONGRESSMAN JEFF MILLEROnce considered a valid medical term, the R-word has become a hurtful slang that promotes negative stereotypes of people with intellectual disabilities. As someone who has been involved in this cause for many years and has a family member who is on the autism spectrum, I know it makes individuals with intellectual disabilities feel bullied. SUNDAY, 9:24 A.M.Feb. 6 Press Gazette, bottom of front page, City considers tobacco cessation, wellness program. Well you know, I thought tobacco was not only highly taxed, but legal. So lets do this. So as not to appear hypocritical or holier than thou, as best they can, the city council should lower the taxes on any business that sells tobacco and to the percentage of their tobacco sale income, should reject any money from the state based on the same formula. How much the state gets from tobacco taxes will reduce the amount they get, and the feds too, if they give the feds money if theyre subservient to the feds. So do that so that way it wont look hypocritical. Also do the same policy on obese employees. Because obesity is much, much more expensive than tobacco use. Tobacco use really hits late in life where obesity is many times lifelong. And just do the exact same thing, obese employees to not be hired or be rejected. And that includes the city council or any high level people in the city. Any obese city council members. Lets get real, folks. Anything a person does at home thats legal is none of your business. So anyway, check it out, folks, and maybe Ill run down there and check the city council meeting out to see if there are any obese folks there. Bye.MONDAY 8:08 A.M.This is Mary, a senior citizen. This is my second call on the problem there where Newton Street intersects with Hamilton Bridge. When you are coming out of Newton Street to go into Hamilton Bridge theres a big bush on the right side in a persons yard, and you almost have to drive out in part of the street lane to see whats coming from the right. I wish someone would trim that bush down because its really going to cause a wreck if you dont. Thank you.MONDAY 8:34 A.M.Nows the time for the Catholic Church, since the holy father is retiring and stepping down, the pope. We need to get a pope in there that will unite the Catholic Church and bring around the American Catholics to vote to save (not understood). To vote the people out of of ce thats for abortions and for gay marriage. We need to get them out of there and the Catholic Church has backslid so far that we need to go in and get us a pope that will unite the Catholics into a biblical way. Thank you.

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LocalSanta Rosas Press Gazette| A9Wednesday, February 13, 2013 SENSE & SENSITIVITY by Harriette ColeREAL DOCTOR SHOULD CONFIRM INTERNET DIAGNOSIS

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UROGYNECOLOGY 6012256 Dinner with the Doc Heart Disease: Prevention without Prescriptions Monday, February 18, 6 pmSanta Rosa Medical CenterEducation building located directly behind the hospital. Dinner will be provided. 6012290 SportsSanta Rosas Press Gazette| A11Wednesday, February 13, 2013Navarre girls win programs rst state weightlifting titleBy SETH STRINGER315-4421 | @SethSnwfdn sstringer@nwfdailynews.com The irony was not lost on Navarre head coach Garrett Bagley. Just moments after eking out a 24-23 state championship victory over two-time defending champion Spruce Creek, putting an emphatic end to their always a bridesmaid, never a bride streak of three consecutive runner-up nishes at state and giving the program its rst team title, the Raiders yearned for a bounty of food tting of their golden performance. Were going to Golden Corral, said Bagley, who all year added fuel to the re by joking with his girls that silver goes with everything. I tried to talk them out of that, but thats what they had their mind set on. Wanting to continue their golden night, who could blame them for the buffet choice that in a weird way represented endless selections of leaders on their team? Escaping the shadows of Spruce Creek, who entered Saturday winning eight of the last nine championships, Navarre had six lifters walk away with individual medals. But none were more impressive than the piece of bling around Amanda Friars neck, which just so happened to go with her team medal. Following up an individual runnerup nish last year, the senior didnt even break a sweat cruising past her 110-pound competitors. Finishing with a collective lift of 305 pounds (benched 160, clean and jerk of 145), 20 pounds short of a 325-pound total she put up leading up to the state showcase, Friar outlifted runner-up Alex Hamilton of Clay by 20 pounds. We just told her to focus on her bench, Bagley said of a lift that ended up creating a 20-pound cushion for Friar headed into the clean and jerk. She had a good start, and the next key was remaining relaxed and clearing that rst clean and jerk. Friars individual gold was the rst in the programs 110-pound history, and it was the programs fourth overall Kayla Poole (unlimited) and Jameeka Anderson (119) in 2011, Janisha Thomas (119) in 2010. Asked about the emotions going through her mind, Friar responded, excitement and nervousness and disbelief. But the senior couldnt celebrate her accomplishment just yet. At least not until the team had learned of its fate. Our coaches kind of led us on to believe we didnt win because they wanted it to be kind of a surprise, Friar said. I didnt want to be happy about my gold with the team nishing second, but then they announced it. Denitely everyone was crying. Following Friar were a pair of secondplace showings from district champions Skye Barberi (119 pounds) and Praise Pettus (139). Pettus 355 total pounds lifted (180 bench, 175 clean and jerk) were 10 pounds short of River Ridges Alexis LiCalsi, and Barberis total of 320 pounds (170 bench, 150 clean and jerk) were 10 pounds short of Sunlakes Alexandra Ruiz. While proud of their showings, Bagley said both lifters were handicapped by two judging errors. They were situations that may have caused Praise a state title and threw Skye off a bit, Bagley said. That little controversy kind of got people in the negative mind frame for a bit, but we came back from it. The other three individual medalist were Alyssa Jones (110) and Kylie Shelley (119), each of whom nished fourth in their respective weight classes, and Chelsea King (154). Jones, who dominated at 101 pounds for most of the season until joining Friar at a more comfortable weight, lifted a total of 275 pounds (120 bench, 155 clean and jerk). She had a great shot at 101, but we knew 110 was a better weight for her health-wise, Bagley said. Shelley, meanwhile, lifted 295 (150 bench, 145 clean and jerk) to score three pivotal points, and King lifted 320 (160 bench, 160 clean and jerk) to score a point for a Raiders team hellbent on ending the string of second-place showings. Im just super thrilled for the seniors, said Bagley, who mentioned the success wouldnt have been possible without the hard work of Aaron Daniel, who built the program before leaving for Niceville last year. Theyve been on the other side of close calls so many times, so today it just felt the tide was going to turn our way and it did.NICK TOMECECK | Halifax Media GroupNavarre senior Amanda Friar wins the schools rst individual title and leads team to rst-ever team championship

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www.srpressgazette.comWednesday, February 13, 2013 ASection SPORTS 10626398 Special to the Press GazetteThe No. 13 West Florida baseball team scored ve runs in the nal four innings to rally for an 8-4 win at Rollins on Sunday to complete a three-game sweep. The Argonauts improved to 6-0 with the win, marking the teams best start since going 7-0 in 1997. It was very gratifying to get that win today and be 6-0, said UWF head coach Mike Jeffcoat. We have a lot of improving to do and things we want to work on, but were nding ways to win. Were not clicking on all cylinders, but the guys are hanging together, and they have the will to win. Thats the most important thing right now. Senior center elder Dustin Saulmon (Panama City/Alabama Southern CC) led the UWF (6-0) offense, hitting 4-for-5 with four runs scored. The leadoff hitter also belted a double and triple, and he now is hitting .476 with ve extra-base hits this year. Thats the job of a leadoff hitter, Saulmon said. I try to go up there and put the ball in play, use some speed and get things started. Saulmon got things started with a leadoff double in the rst, and he came around to score the rst run of the game on an RBI single by junior Kaleb Barlow (Florence, Miss./ Chipola). Sophomore third baseman Michael Tomlinson (Orlando/Winter Park HS) then doubled down the left eld line to put the Argos up 2-0. Another Argonaut run came home in the fth, as Saulmon tripled down the right eld line and came around to score on a throwing error by the right elder. UWF starter Dayan Rodriguez (Sarasota/State College of Florida) pitched four scoreless innings, but in the fth he allowed two singles and a walk to load the bases. Rollins (1-3) then tied the score against the Argonaut bullpen. The Argos took the lead again the next inning, as junior catcher Garrett Flynn (Davie/Sagemont Upper School) singled home a run. UWF then added one insurance run in the seventh and three in the ninth. Two of the runs came home on a pinch hit double by junior Jeremy Bajdaun (Hialeah/Florida International). Sophomore Kevin Peters (Orlando/ Edgewater HS) pitched 2.1 scoreless innings and picked up the win (1-0), and the left-hander struck out three while allowing just one walk and no hits. Rollins starting pitcher Anthony Figliolia was credited with the loss (0-1) after allowing four runs in 5.2 innings. The Argos will take their six-game winning streak on the road next weekend to Dahlonega, Ga., as they face Shorter on Friday, North Georgia on Saturday and Millersville on Sunday. For information on all UWF athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com. Pace v. Milton tennisBelow are the results from the recent tennis match between Pace and Milton on Feb. 7 at Pace. Pace boys won 7-0 Pace girls won 6-1.BOYS SINGLES Zack Peranich (Pace) won 8-0 v. Thomas Dempsey (Milton) Matt Linscott (Pace) won 8-0 v. Kier Gassett (Milton) Logan Brabham (Pace) won 8-2 v. Border Williams (Milton) Sean Ennis (Pace) won 8-0 v. Adrian Dunn (Milton) Michael King (Pace) won 8-1 v. Brian Abergis (Milton)BOYS DOUBLES Peranich/Linscott (Pace) won 8-0 v. Dempsey/Border (Milton) Brabham/Ennis (Pace) won 8-0 v. Kier/ Dunn (Milton)GIRLS Cara Scott (Milton) won 8-3 v. Pace Riley Waggle Hanna Abrams (Pace) won 8-0 v. Marta Mack (Milton) Meghan Richards (Pace) won 8-0 v. Jasmu Howard (Milton) Laini Vermillion (Pace) won 8-0 v. Bailey Jackson (Milton) Alyssa Dulay (Pace) won 8-1 v. Isabel Lopez (Milton) Waggle/Abrams (Pace) won 8-1 v. Scott/ Mack (Milton) Richards/Vermillion (Pace) won 8-1 v. Howard/Lopez (Milton)UWF Softball seeks skilled players Sports SHORTSDo you have a sports story?If you know of an upcoming event or would like to see something in the sports section of the paper, please email joshuasrpg@gmail.com. University of West Florida Elite girls softball organization is looking to ll a few positions for next summer in the 14U and 18U age groups. Both teams will be coached by former college players. If you are a serious player, email or call to set up an individual tryout at dlroesle@aol.com or 723-2936. The organization would like to remind those interested that this event is for serious players only. Argos rally late to complete sweep Page 12Were not clicking on all cylinders, but the guys are hanging together, and they have the will to win. Thats the most important thing right now.USF head coach Mike Jeffcoat

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LIFESTYLE www.srpressgazette.comWednesday, February 13, 2013 BSection Page 1Purple, green and gold beads decorated Stewart Street and all those standing on it Friday night at the annual Milton Mardi Gras Parade. Main Street Miltons Mardi Gras Parade stepped off at 6 p.m. Friday and made its way from Milton High School, south on Stewart Street and ended on Elva Street near Regions Bank. Adults and kids alike scrambled for beads as they were thrown from oats and those walking in the parade. Local businesses, such as Bikes Plus, East Milton Youth Association, Milton High School NJROTC and Cat Country, among several others, participated in the colorful parade.

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LocalB2 | Santa Rosas Press Gazette Wednesday, February 13, 2013 6014837 Santa Rosas Press This is for a new year-long subscribers only. NORTHWEST REGION Feb. 1-7ESCAMBIA COUNTYJust after midnight, Lt. Brian Lambert checked two individuals at the Quintet Boat Ramp on the Escambia River. The subjects had just returned to the ramp and their vessel was still in the water. They were in possession of a rie, shotgun, and a spotlight. One of the individuals was acting nervous, stepped behind the vehicle, and attempted to dump something out of his pocket. The subject was found to be in possession of cannabis and drug paraphernalia and was issued a notice to appear citation for the violations. Both subjects said they were camping and returned to their vehicle to get more food and alcohol.SANTA ROSA COUNTY COPSOfcers Royce Johnson, Joe Murphy, Steve Hoomes, David Jernigan, Reserve Ofcer Lila Wise, Lt. Eric Hall, Captains Mary Sumner and Rocky Clement, together with FWC Wildlife and Fisheries staff, worked the second weekend of the annual Mobility Impaired Hunt at the Blackwater WMA Hutton Unit. The ofcers teamed with staff from other FWC Divisions to provide the hunters with a meal each day, assist with tracking down deer, retrieve and clean deer and assist the hunters in enjoying a safe quality hunting experience. During the second weekend of the Mobility Impaired Hunt, 50 hunters and their hunt assistants participated in the annual event harvesting a total of 12 deer (one antlered, 11 antlerless).OKALOOSA COUNTYLt. Mark Hollinhead and Ofcer Phillip Grifth responded to a complaint of dogs pursuing deer in the still hunt area of Blackwater WMA. Lieutenant Hollinhead and Ofcer Grifth were given a detailed description of the two vehicles involved. The vehicles and subjects were located exiting the management area. When the ofcers tried to identify a passenger in one of the vehicles, he was evasive, very nervous, and stated he did not have any identication. When the subject pulled out his trouser pockets, in an attempt to show the ofcers he did not have his identication, drug paraphernalia dropped to the ground. Realizing his error, he quickly ed on foot into a wooded area. As the subject dove head rst over a barbed wire fence, his wallet dropped to the ground. The wallet contained an identication card. Once he was identied, the ofcers discovered he was a habitual felony offender and had active warrants for felony drug possession and driving while license suspended. The Okaloosa County Sheriffs Department responded with a K-9 Ofcer and searched for the subject until the ofcers determined he got a ride from a nearby residence and left the area. The subjects vehicle was located and discovered to have an altered tag attached which was not registered to the vehicle. The sheriff departments K-9 alerted on the vehicle, and a subsequent search conrmed the vehicle contained illegal drugs. Contents of a methamphetamine lab were removed from the vehicle and residue on items tested positive for methamphetamine. Charges will be direct-led with the State Attorneys Ofce for manufacturing methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia, hunting violations, possible possession of a rearm by convicted felon, and resisting arrest without violence. Elementary, middle and high school teachers are encouraged to have their students participate in the annual Endangered Species Day Youth Art Contest, an integral part of the eighth annual national Endangered Species Day, celebrated on May 17. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and numerous conservation organizations will observe Endangered Species Day to recognize conservation efforts underway across the nation aimed at helping Americas imperiled species. This year also commemorates the 40th anniversary of the Endangered Species Act. Started in 2006 by the United States Congress, Endangered Species Day is a celebration of the nations rarest plant and animal species. The Youth Art Contest provides students from kindergarten to high school with an opportunity to learn about threatened and endangered species and express their knowledge and support through artwork. Young artists who are home-schooled and participate in youth groups are also eligible to submit their art. Previous winners have come from California, Minnesota, New Jersey, Louisiana and as far away as Alaska. Entries must be postmarked by March 15. This year, the Endangered Species Day Youth Art Contest nalists will be judged by a prestigious panel of artists, photographers and conservationists, including Wyland, renowned marine life artist; Jack Hanna, host of Jack Hannas Into the Wild; David Littschwager, a freelance photographer and regular contributor to National Geographic Magazine; Susan Middletown, a photographer who has collaborated with Littschwager and whose own work has been published in four books; and Alice Tangerini, botanical illustrator for the Smithsonian Institution. The International Child Art Foundation (ICAF) will select the 40 seminalists from thousands of entries. It takes empathy, direct action and awareness to prevent the extinction of endangered species. Art can certainly play an important role. The Youth Art Contest is an ideal platform to engage the next generation. Winners will be chosen in four categories (K-Grade 2, Grades 3-5, Grades 6-8 and Grades 9-12) and will receive plaques and art supply gift packs. In addition, one grand prize winner will be honored with their name engraved on a special trophy and receive a roundtrip ight to Washington, D.C., with one guardian to attend a reception in May. The grand prize winner will also receive art supplies and a special art lesson (via Skype) from Wyland, the artist. The Youth Art Contest is organized by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the Endangered Species Coalition, the Association of Zoos and Aquariums and the International Child Art Foundation. For more information, including judging criteria and an entry form, visit http:// www.endangeredspeciesday.org/. Many of the Services eld and regional ofces will be hosting events in their communities and providing unique programs to visitors on endangered species conservation in celebration of Endangered Species Day. For more information on how you can nd an event near you, please visit http:// www.fws.gov/endangered/ ESDay/index.html. Americas sh, wildlife and plant resources belong to all of us, and ensuring the health of imperiled species is a shared responsibility. To learn more about the Services Endangered Species program, go to http://www. fws.gov/endangered/ where you can download podcasts and nd links to follow us on Twitter and Facebook.Service announces annual Endangered Species Day Youth Art Contest floriFLORIDaA fishFISH anAND wilWILDlifeLIFE conserCONSER Vation ATION commissionCOMMISSION @srpressgazetteFOll LL OW US O N TW W ITTER Announces For Your Convenience SATURDAY OFFICE HOURS 9:00 AM 12:00 NOON in addition to regular hours Both Milton & Midway Oces January 5th thru February 23rd To assist in exemption ling for: HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION SENIOR CITIZEN EXEMPTION DISABILITY EXEMPTIONS AGRICULTURAL CLASSIFICATIONREGULAR OFFICE HOURS: Monday thru Friday 8:00 am 4:30 pmFor additional information:(850) 983-1880 or (850) 934-8175 or visit our website at: www.srcpa.orgGreg Brown, CFA Santa Rosa County Property Appraiser 6012792

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LocalSanta Rosas Press Gazette| B3Wednesday, February 13, 2013 To vote go online at www.nwfdailynews.com Round 3 Voting: LAST ROUND!Narrows to 10 Entrants and Winner FEB. 11TH-18TH $1 Per Vote Voting Bundles:6 Votes:$10 | 12 Votes for $20 50 Votes for $40 | 100 Votes for $75FOR QUESTIONS CALL LOTTE NICHOLS AT 315-4489. For a complete set of rules, go to www.nwfdailynews.comSecond Place :$250, Third Place: $100. all participants will be featured in the Northwest Florida Daily News special sectionFIRST PLACE WINS $500! Your Name:_______________________________________Street Address:____________________________________City, State, Zip:____________________________________Telephone:________________________________________Email:____________________________________________Number of Votes Purchased:_________________________Vote for Contestant:_________________________________CC Number:__________________exp:__________cvv:____Return hand written forms to the Northwest Florida Daily News at 2 Eglin Pkwy Fort Walton Beach, FL or go to www.nwfdailynews.com PROCEEDS BENEFIT 2nd Annual 2nd Annual Voting Rules Voting Prices 2084422LAST CHANCE!VOTE NOW for the TOP 10! 2362847 Special to the Press GazetteLooking for an easy way to get all of your saltwater shing regulation information in one place? You are in luck. The January-June 2013 Florida Saltwater Recreational Fishing Regulations booklets are on the shelf at many of your favorite bait and tackle stores. Pick up your own copy today but remember, they are only at stores that also sell saltwater shing licenses. The newest edition has a striking photo of the invasive lionsh on the cover and features an article requesting public assistance removing these sh from Floridas waters. It also includes information on upcoming regulation changes for giant anemone, unicorn lesh and Atlantic black sea bass. Love shing for spotted seatrout or red drum? Check out the new maps detailing special management zones within the Gulf and Atlantic. Having tangible reference materials to carry along is a wonderful thing. But keeping the public up-to-date with all the seasons, bag limits and size limits via a printed booklet can be challenging. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) manages more than 500 saltwater species and has ve decision-making meetings each year. Fishing regulations can and do change, and while these booklets may be nice, due to cost they cannot be updated and redistributed every time a new regulation takes effect. Many anglers believe regulations become effective only on Jan. 1 and July 1, when the saltwater booklets are distributed, but that is simply not the case. Sometimes, important rulemaking decisions have not been made when we go to print. For example, when you get your copy of the new booklet, take a look at the Closed Season information for Gulf gag grouper and red snapper (pages 12-13). While these are two of the most important recreational sh in the Gulf, we were unable to include the open season dates for 2013, as those dates have not been determined. What is an angler to do? Always be sure to check our electronic versions of the regulations, which are accessible on the Internet or through our mobile website, before hitting the water. At MyFWC.com/Fishing, regulatory updates can be made at the touch of a button, instantly, and at no cost to anyone. No web access or unsure about a regulation? You can always call us at 850-487-0554 any weekday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. This story is continued online at www.srpressgazette.com. Check under our outdoor section. Stay informed with new saltwater shing publicationPensacola BayTHURSDAY, FEbB. 143:11 AM CST High tide 0.19 Feet 5:28 AM CST Low tide 0.18 Feet 6:29 AM CST Sunrise 8:55 AM CST Moonrise 2:02 PM CST High tide 0.63 Feet 5:36 PM CST Sunset 10:13 PM CST Moonset 11:41 PM CST Low tide -0.03 FeetFRIDAY, FEbB. 15, 20136:28 AM CST Sunrise 9:32 AM CST Moonrise 2:31 PM CST High tide 0.76 Feet 5:37 PM CST Sunset 11:08 PM CST MoonsetSSAt TURDAY, FEbB. 16, 20131:38 AM CST Low tide -0.14 Feet 6:27 AM CST Sunrise 10:11 AM CST Moonrise 3:10 PM CST High tide 0.85 Feet 5:38 PM CST SunsetSSUNDAY, FEbB. 17, 201312:02 AM CST Moonset 3:01 AM CST Low tide -0.24 Feet 6:27 AM CST Sunrise 10:52 AM CST Moonrise 2:31 PM CST 1st Quarter moon 3:59 PM CST High tide 0.91 Feet 5:38 PM CST SunsetEEast BayTHURSDAY, FEbB. 14, 20133:56 AM CST High tide 0.23 Feet 6:28 AM CST Sunrise 6:46 AM CST Low tide 0.22 Feet 8:54 AM CST Moonrise 2:45 PM CST High tide 0.76 Feet 5:35 PM CST Sunset 10:12 PM CST MoonsetFRIDAY, FEbB. 15, 201312:57 AM CST Low tide -0.04 Feet 6:27 AM CST Sunrise 9:31 AM CST Moonrise 3:14 PM CST High tide 0.91 Feet 5:36 PM CST Sunset 11:07 PM CST MoonsetSSAt TURDAY, FEbB. 16, 20132:56 AM CST Low tide -0.17 Feet 6:26 AM CST Sunrise 10:10 AM CST Moonrise 3:53 PM CST High tide 1.02 Feet 5:36 PM CST SunsetSSUNDAY, FEbB. 17, 201312:01 AM CST Moonset 4:17 AM CST Low tide -0.28 Feet 6:25 AM CST Sunrise 10:51 AM CST Moonrise 2:31 PM CST 1st Quarter moon 4:44 PM CST High tide 1.09 Feet 5:37 PM CST SunsetBlackwater RRiverTHURSDAY, FEbB. 14, 20134:52 AM CST High tide 0.23 Feet 6:29 AM CST Sunrise 7:16 AM CST Low tide 0.22 Feet 8:54 AM CST Moonrise 3:41 PM CST High tide 0.76 Feet 5:35 PM CST Sunset 10:12 PM CST MoonsetFRIDAY, FEbB. 15, 20131:27 AM CST Low tide -0.04 Feet 6:28 AM CST Sunrise 9:31 AM CST Moonrise 4:10 PM CST High tide 0.91 Feet 5:36 PM CST Sunset 11:08 PM CST MoonsetSSAt TURDAY, FEbB. 16, 20133:26 AM CST Low tide -0.17 Feet 6:27 AM CST Sunrise 10:10 AM CST Moonrise 4:49 PM CST High tide 1.02 Feet 5:37 PM CST SunsetSSUNDAY, FEbB. 17, 201312:02 AM CST Moonset 4:47 AM CST Low tide -0.28 Feet 6:26 AM CST Sunrise 10:51 AM CST Moonrise 2:31 PM CST 1st Quarter moon 5:37 PM CST Sunset 5:40 PM CST High tide 1.09 FeetNNavarre BeachTHURSDAY, FEbB. 14, 20134:45 AM CST Low tide 0.00 Feet 6:28 AM CST Sunrise 8:54 AM CST Moonrise 11:47 AM CST High tide 0.47 Feet 5:35 PM CST Sunset 7:08 PM CST Low tide -0.01 Feet 9:10 PM CST High tide 0.01 Feet 10:11 PM CST MoonsetFRIDAY, FEbB. 15, 201312:37 AM CST Low tide -0.04 Feet 6:27 AM CST Sunrise 9:31 AM CST Moonrise 12:05 PM CST High tide 0.61 Feet 5:35 PM CST Sunset 11:07 PM CST MoonsetSSAt TURDAY, FEbB. 16, 20131:18 AM CST Low tide -0.17 Feet 6:26 AM CST Sunrise 10:10 AM CST Moonrise 12:50 PM CST High tide 0.71 Feet 5:36 PM CST SunsetSSUNDAY, FEbB. 17, 201312:00 AM CST Moonset 1:55 AM CST Low tide -0.27 Feet 6:25 AM CST Sunrise 10:51 AM CST Moonrise 1:43 PM CST High tide 0.78 Feet 2:31 PM CST 1st Quarter moon 5:37 PM CST Sunset Tides

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ClassifiedsB6| Santa Rosas Press Gazette Wednesday, February 13, 2013 Dependable Housekeeper Over 20 years of experience! References Available 850-995-0009 Stewarts Tractor Works & Land Clearing, Inc. Tree & Stump Removal from trimming to takedown. Debris removal & Storm Clean-Up. Demolition & Hauling. Land Clearing. Backhoe & Trackhoe Work. Heavy Brush & Forestry Mowing. Tree work done by man lift. 516-1801 or 675-4291 Licensed & Insured Free Estimates PAUL STEWART 1/78 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA Case No.: 2012-1285-CA Division: Circuit Civil SHANE METZGER Plaintiff, vs. VIRGINIA C. GRAHAM Defendant NOTICE OF ACTION TO: Virginia C. Graham, Defendant, and to all parties claiming interest by, through, under or against Defendant, and all parties having or claiming to have any right, title or interest in the property herein described. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that you have been designated as defendant in a legal proceeding filed against you for damages in excess of $15,000.00 not including attorneys fees and costs. The action involves real property in Santa Rosa County, Florida, more fully described as follows: Lot 9, Block A, Palmetto Lake Preserve, according to the plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book 9, Pages 75-78, of the Public Records of Santa Rosa County, Florida The Property Appraisers Parcel Identification Number is 23-2S-26-301300A00-0090 The action was instituted in the First Judicial Circuit Court, Santa Rosa County, Florida, and is styled SHANE METZGER vs. VIRGINIA C. GRAHAM. You are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to the action on Kristopher A. Vanderlaan, Plaintiffs attorney, whose address is 2337 East Silver Springs Blvd. Ocala, Florida 34470, on or before Feb 28, 2013, and file 1/124 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA JUVENILE DIVISION IN THE INTEREST OF: C.N. DOB: 11/30/1994 D.N. DOB: 02/16/1997 F.N. DOB: 12/26/1999 S.N. DOB: 03/26/2003 A.N. DOB: 07/07/2006 A CHILD CASE NUMBER 1999-DP-599 NOTICE OF ACTION AND OF HEARING FOR TERMINA TION OF P ARENT AL RIGHTS AND GU ARD IANSHIP THE ST A TE OF FL OR ID A TO: Juanita Nall, Mother Whereabouts/Residence Unknown A Petition for Termination of Parental Rights under oath has been filed in this Court regarding the above referenced child. Pursuant to Sections 39.804(4)(d) and 63.082(6)(g), Florida Statutes, you are hereby informed of the availability of private placement with an adoption entity, as defined in Section 63.032(3), Florida Statutes. You are to appear before the Honorable John F. Simon, Jr. at the Santa Rosa County Courthouse, located at 6865 Caroline Street, S.E., Milton, Florida 32570, at 1:30 P.M., on 21st March, 2013. You must appear at the hearing on the date and time specified. FAILURE TO PERSONALLY APPEAR AT THIS ADVISORY HEARING CONSTITUTES CONSENT TO THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS TO THIS CHILD (THESE CHILDREN). IF YOU FAIL TO APPEAR ON THE DATE AND TIME SPECIFIED YOU MAY LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS TO THE CHILD (OR CHILDREN) WHOSE INITHALS APPEAR ABOVE. 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 Court Administration, ADA Liaison, Santa Rosa County, 6865 Caroline Street, Milton, Florida 32570, Phone (850) 623-3159, Fax (850) 982-0602; ADA.SantaRosa@flcourts1.g ov, at least seven days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. PLEASE BE GOVERNED ACCORDINGLY. WITNESS my hand and seal of this Court at Milton, Santa Rosa County, Florida, on this 18 day of February, 2013. DONALD C. SPENCER CLERK OF COURT By: Suzanne Brooks Deputy Clerk 2/13, 2/20, 20/37, & 3/6/2013 1/124

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Wednesday February 13, 2013 FREE EDITION TAKE ONE Dear Brothers, I have convoked you to this Consistory, not only for the three canonizations, but also to communicate to you a decision of great importance for the life of the Church. After having repeatedly examined my conscience before God, I have come to the certainty that my strengths, due to an advanced age, are no longer suited to an adequate exercise of the Petrine ministry. I am well aware that this ministry, due to its essential spiritual nature, must be carried out not only with words and deeds, but no less with prayer and suffering. However, in todays world, subject to so many rapid changes and shaken by questions of deep relevance for the life of faith, in order to govern the bark of Saint Peter and proclaim the Gospel, both strength of mind and body are necessary, strength which in the last few months, has deteriorated in me to the extent that I have had to recognize my incapacity to adequately ful ll the ministry entrusted to me. For this reason, and well aware of the seriousness of this act, with full freedom I declare that I renounce the ministry of Bishop of Rome, Successor of Saint Peter, entrusted to me by the Cardinals on 19 April 2005, in such a way, that as from 28 February 2013, at 20:00 hours, the See of Rome, the See of Saint Peter, will be vacant and a Conclave to elect the new Supreme Pontiff will have to be convoked by those whose competence it is. Dear Brothers, I thank you most sincerely for all the love and work with which you have supported me in my ministry and I ask pardon for all my defects. And now, let us entrust the Holy Church to the care of Our Supreme Pastor, Our Lord Jesus Christ, and implore his holy Mother Mary, so that she may assist the Cardinal Fathers with her maternal solicitude, in electing a new Supreme Pontiff. With regard to myself, I wish to also devotedly serve the Holy Church of God in the future through a life dedicated to prayer. FREE FREE Pope Benedict XVI, 85, announces resignation AP PHOTOS INSIDEPotential successors Other papal resignations throughout history Pope Benedict XVIs achievements Lenten season approachingPAGE 3 I renounce the ministry of Bishop of Rome

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A2 | Santa Rosa Free Press Wednesday, February 13, 2013 LOS ANGELES (AP) Mumford & Sons wrapped up a completely unpredictable Grammy Awards with perhaps the most surprising win of the night, taking home album of the year. It was an event that even shocked the London folk-rockers. We gured we werent going to win anything because The Black Keys have been sweeping up all day, rightfully so, Marcus Mumford said. Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys ended up the nights top winner with four trophies, including producer of the year and three rock category victories with bandmate Patrick Carney. But it was hardly a clean sweep as The Recording Academys thousands of voters spread the love for the years top singles. Fun. took home major awards best new artist, in something of an upset over Frank Ocean, and song of the year for the transcendent anthem We Are Young, featuring Janelle Monae. I didnt think we were going to win this one, lead singer Nate Ruess said after the best new artist win. Frank Ocean. The Lumineers. Everybody, amazing. Like Mumford & Sons, Gotye busted up the predictions, taking record of the year for 2012s topselling single, the haunting Somebody That I Used To Know, featuring Kimbra, and nished with three awards. Prince, in hood and sunglasses and carrying a sparkly silver cane, presented him with the record of the year trophy and the Australian paid tribute to The Purple Ones inuence. A little bit lost for words, to receive an award from the man standing behind us with the cane, Gotye said. Many years listening to this mans music growing up and a big reason I was inspired to make music. Thank you. Jay-Z and Kanye West had three wins sharing one award with Ocean along with Skrillex, and a slew of nominees had two wins apiece, including former best new artist winner Esperanza Spalding. Ocean was shut out in the major categories but took home two trophies, including best urban contemporary album. Only Chris Brown, with whom Ocean scufed last month, remained seated as the 25-year-old R&B winner walked to the stage during a standing ovation. Ocean beat Brown, who attended with girlfriend Rihanna, in the category. Ocean won also won best rap/sung collaboration for No Church in the Wild with fellow top nominees Jay-Z and West, and The-Dream. The win came after victories for Jay-Z and West for best rap song and best rap performance for ... in Paris, another Watch the Throne track. Ocean also performed his song Forrest Gump, the love song written about a man that rst started the buzz that led to his announcement that his rst love was a man. The Black Keys took best rock performance for Lonely Boy during the main telecast and earlier in the day won best rock song for Lonely Boy and best rock album for El Camino. He also got an assist but no trophy on Dr. Johns best blues album Locked Down, which he produced. Other winners included Rihanna, Beyonce, Mumford & Sons and Taylor Swift, who opened the show as the Mad Hatter. Swift dressed in white top hat, tails, shorts and tall boots during the surreal version of her hummable hit We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together that included a troop of mime clowns and a guy on a tricycle with a ame-thrower attached. The singer pretended to talk to the offending boyfriend on the phone: Im busy opening the Grammys and were never getting back together. Justin Timberlake debuted new tracks Suit & Tie with Jay-Z and Pusher Love in a performance that was broadcast in retro black and white. Rihanna and the extended Marley family paid tribute to Bob Marley. Sting and Bruno Mars helped each other out on their hits Locked Out of Heaven and Walking on the Moon. Elton John and Ed Sheeran teamed on The A Team and Miguel and Wiz Khalifa joined forces teamed up on Adorn. Alicia Keys played drums during Maroon 5s Daylight, before Adam Levines band backed her on Girl on Fire. Jack White brought both his male and female bands on stage, tearing through Love Interruption and Freedom at 21 before a standing ovation from the crowd. And Elton John, Mavis Staples, Brown, Mumford & Sons and Brittany Howard of Alabama Shakes paid tribute to the late Levon Helm with a spirited rendition of The Weight. Adele won the rst award of the night on the main telecast, taking home best pop solo performance for Set Fire to the Rain (Live), in one of the nights least-surprising moments though the singer was somewhat taken aback. I just wanted to be part of the night, because I loved it last year, obviously, she said of winning a record-tying six awards in 2012. Carrie Underwood won best country solo performance for Blown Away, Zac Brown Band won best country album for Uncaged and Kelly Clarkson turned in the nights most exuberant acceptance speech after winning best pop vocal album for Stronger. After hugging much of the front row and momentarily getting stuck to Miranda Lamberts dress, Clarkson charged the stage with a giant smile. Miguel, I dont know who the hell you are, but we need to sing together, she said. I mean, good God. That was the sexiest dancing Ive ever seen. Skrillex won best dance recording for Bangarang, featuring Sirah, best dance/electronica album for Bangarang and best remixed recording a year after winning those same awards in his rst appearance at the Grammys. You know what, I thought Id get used to it, but I tripped over every word when I was up there, Skrillex said of his acceptance speeches. I felt like I just wanted a pool of ice water and just couldnt even breathe or think. It was crazy. I think it was even crazier than last year. Celebrities rolled down the red carpet in the early afternoon under heavy police guard during a continued manhunt for an alleged cop killer. Many stars showed a fair amount of skin check out the Twitter pic of Ellen DeGeneres ogling Katy Perrys revealing dress despite CBSs mandate that stars dress appropriately with butts, breasts and other sensitive areas covered adequately. Nevertheless, Jennifer Lopez showed up on stage in a dress slit all the way to her hip. As you can see, I read the memo, Lopez joked. S. RICK FAIRCLOTH, EA, ATA, ATP TONI BREWER, ACCOUNTANT, BBA The Answers May Determine Your Success 6012560 6012206 6012128 2362847 2093904 Gun ShowFebruary 23rd & 24thFt. 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Santa Rosa Free Press| A3Wednesday, February 13, 2013 6012151 VATICAN CITY (AP) Declaring he lacks the strength to do his job, Pope Benedict XVI announced Monday he will resign Feb. 28 becoming the rst pontiff to step down in 600 years. His decision sets the stage for a mid-March conclave to elect a new leader for a Roman Catholic Church in deep turmoil. The 85-year-old pope dropped the bombshell in Latin during a meeting of Vatican cardinals, surprising even his closest collaborators even though he had made clear previously he would step down if he became too old or inrm to carry on. Benedict called his choice a decision of great importance for the life of the church. Indeed, the move allows the Vatican to hold a conclave before Easter to elect a new pope, because the traditional nine days of mourning that would follow the death of a pope doesnt have to be observed. Benedict already has handpicked the bulk of the College of Cardinals the princes of the church who will elect the next pope to guarantee his conservative legacy and ensure an orthodox future for the church. Without doubt this is a historic moment, said Cardinal Christoph Schoenborn, a protege and former theology student of Benedicts who himself is considered a papal contender. Right now, 1.2 billion Catholics the world over are holding their breath. Cardinal Andre Vingt-Trois, the archbishop of Paris, called the decision a liberating act for the future, saying popes from now on no longer will feel compelled to stay on until their death. One could say that in a certain manner, Pope Benedict XVI broke a taboo, he told reporters in Paris. The Vatican stressed that no specic medical condition prompted Benedicts decision, that he remained fully lucid and took his decision independently. Any interference or intervention is alien to his style, Vatican spokesman the Rev. Federico Lombardi said. It has been obvious to all that the pope has slowed down signicantly in recent years, cutting back his foreign travel and limiting his audiences. He now goes to and from the altar in St. Peters Basilica on a moving platform to spare him the long walk down the aisle. Occasionally he uses a cane. During his tenure, Benedict charted a very conservative course for the church, trying to reawaken Christianity in Europe where it had fallen by the wayside and return the church to its traditional roots, which he felt had been betrayed by an incorrect interpretation of the modernizing reforms of the Second Vatican Council. His efforts though, were overshadowed by a worldwide clerical sex abuse scandal, communication gaffes that outraged Jews and Muslims alike and, more recently, a scandal over leaked documents by his own butler. Many of his stated priorities as pope also fell short: he failed to establish relations with China, heal the schism and reunite with the Orthodox Church, or reconcile with a group of breakaway, traditionalist Catholics. Still, most Vatican watchers saw his decision as the best thing to do for the church given his diminished capacities. It is an act ultimately of responsibility and love for the church, said the Rev. John Wauck, an Opus Dei priest who teaches at the Pontical Holy Cross University in Rome. All cardinals under age 80 are allowed to vote in the conclave, the secret meeting held in the Sistine Chapel where cardinals cast ballots to elect a new pope. As per tradition, the ballots are burned after each voting round; black smoke that snakes out of the chimney means no pope has been chosen, while white smoke means a pope has been elected. Whoever Benedicts successor is, he will face a church in turmoil: The sex abuse scandal has driven away thousands of people, particularly in Europe. Rival churches, particularly evangelical Pentecostal groups in the developing world, pose new competition. And as the pope himself has long lamented, many people in an increasingly secular world simply believe they dont need God. The timing of Benedicts announcement was signicant: Lent begins this week on Ash Wednesday, the most solemn period on the churchs calendar that culminates with Holy Week and Easter on March 31. It is also the period in which the world witnessed the nal days of John Pauls papacy in 2005. By Easter Sunday, the Catholic Church will have a new leader, a potent symbol of rebirth in the church that echoes the resurrection of Christ celebrated on Easter.Pope to resign Feb. 28, says hes too inrm POSSiIBLE SUccCCESSORSContenders to be his successor include Cardinal Angelo Scola, archbishop of Milan, Schoenborn, the archbishop of Vienna, and Cardinal Marc Ouellet, the Canadian head of the Vaticans ofce for bishops. There also will be a very big spotlight cast on Cardinal Gianfranco Ravasi, the Italian head of the Vaticans culture ofce, who has long been on the list of papabile. Benedict selected him to preside over the Vaticans spiritual exercises during Lent. Longshots include Cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York. Although Dolan is popular and backs the popesconservative line, being from such a world super power will probably not count in his favor. That might also rule out Cardinal Raymond Burke, an archconservative and the Vaticans top judge, even if he is known and respected by most Vatican cardinals. Given half of the worlds Catholics live in the global south, there once again will be arguments for a pope to come from the developing world. Cardinal Antonio Tagle, the archbishop of Manila, has impressed many Vatican watchers, but at 56 and having only been named a cardinal last year, he is considered too young. Cardinal Peter Kodwo Appiah Turkson of Ghana is one of the highest-ranking African cardinals at the Vatican, currently heading the Vaticans ofce for justice and peace, but hes something of a wild card. There are several papabile in Latin America, though the most well-known, Cardinal Oscar Andres Rodriguez Maradiaga of Honduras, is considered far too liberal to be elected by such a conservative College of Cardinals. PREcCEDEntNTS FOR papaPAPAL RESiIGnatiNATIOnNS  Popes are allowed to resign but church law says the decision must be freely made and properly manifested. Still, only a handful have done it in the two millennia history of the Catholic Church. Marcellinus: This early church  pope  abdicated or was deposed in 304 after complying with the Roman emperors order to offer sacrice to the pagan gods. Benedict  IX: Sold the papacy to his godfather Gregory VI and resigned in 1045. Celestine V: Overwhelmed by the demands of the ofce, this hermetic pontiff stepped down after ve months as  pope  in 1294.  Pope  Benedict  XVI prayed at his tomb in the central Italian city of LAquila in 2009. Gregory XII: The last  pope  to resign, Gregory XII stepped down in 1415 to help end a church schism. APCardinal Angelo Sodano, Dean of the College of Cardinals, center, talks to other cardinals after Pope Benedict XVI announced his resignation during a meeting with the cardinals, at the Vatican on Monday.

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A4 | Santa Rosa Free Press Wednesday, February 13, 2013 ClassifiedsB6| Santa Rosas Press Gazette Wednesday, February 13, 2013 Dependable Housekeeper Over 20 years of experience! References Available 850-995-0009 Stewarts Tractor Works & Land Clearing, Inc. Tree & Stump Removal from trimming to takedown. Debris removal & Storm Clean-Up. Demolition & Hauling. Land Clearing. Backhoe & Trackhoe Work. Heavy Brush & Forestry Mowing. Tree work done by man lift. 516-1801 or 675-4291 Licensed & Insured Free Estimates PAUL STEWART 1/78 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR SANTA R OSA COUNTY, FLORIDA Case N o.: 2012-1285-CA Division: Circuit Civil SHANE METZGER Plaintiff, vs. VIRGINIA C. GRAHAM Defendant NOTICE OF ACTION TO: Virginia C. Graham, Defendant, and to all parties claiming interest by, through, under or against Defendant, and all parties having or claiming to have any right, title or interest in the property herein described. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that you have been designated as defendant in a legal proceeding filed against you for damages in excess of $15,000.00 not including attorneys fees and costs. The action involves real property in Santa Rosa County, Florida, more fully described as follows: Lot 9, Block A, Palmetto Lake Preserve, according to the plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book 9, Pages 75-78, of the Public Records of Santa Rosa County, Florida The P roperty Appraisers Parcel Identification Number is 23-2S-26-301300A00-0090 The action was instituted in the First Judicial Circuit Court, Santa Rosa County, Florida, and is styled SHANE METZGER vs. VIRGINIA C. GRAHAM. You are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to the action on Kristopher A. Vanderlaan, Plaintiffs attorney, whose address is 2337 East Silver Springs Blvd. Ocala, Florida 34470, on or before Feb 28, 2013, and file 1/124 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR SANTA R OSA COUNTY, FLORIDA JUVENILE DIVISION IN THE INTEREST OF: C.N. DOB: 11/30/1994 D.N. DOB: 02/16/1997 F.N. DOB: 12/26/1999 S.N. DOB: 03/26/2003 A.N. DOB: 07/07/2006 A CHILD CASE NUMBER 1999-DP-599 NOTICE OF ACTION AND OF HEARING FOR TERMINA TION OF P ARENT AL RIGHTS AND GU ARD IANSHIP THE ST A TE OF FL OR ID A TO: Juanita Nall, Mother Whereabouts/Residence Unknown A Petition for Termination of Parental Rights under oath has been filed in this Court regarding the above referenced child. Pursuant to Sections 39.804(4)(d) and 63.082(6)(g), Florida Statutes, you are hereby informed of the availability of private placement with an adoption entity, as defined in Section 63.032(3), Florida Statutes. You are to appear before the Honorable John F. Simon, Jr. at the Santa Rosa County Courthouse, located at 6865 Caroline Street, S.E., Milton, Florida 32570, at 1:30 P.M., on 21st March, 2013 You must appear at the hearing on the date and time specified. FAILURE TO PERSONALLY APPEAR AT THIS ADVISORY HEARING CONSTITUTES CONSENT TO THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS TO THIS CHILD (THESE CHILDREN). IF YOU FAIL TO APPEAR ON THE DATE AND TIME SPECIFIED YOU MAY LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS TO THE CHILD (OR CHILDREN) WHOSE INITHALS APPEAR ABOVE. 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 Court Administration, ADA Liaison, Santa Rosa County, 6865 Caroline Street, Milton, Florida 32570, Phone (850) 623-3159, Fax (850) 982-0602; ADA.SantaRosa@flcourts1.g ov, at least seven days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. PLEASE BE GOVERNED ACCORDINGLY. WITNESS my hand and seal of this Court at Milton, Santa Rosa County, Florida, on this 18 day of February, 2013. DONALD C. SPENCER CLERK OF COURT By: Suzanne Brooks Deputy Clerk 2/13, 2/20, 20/37, & 3/6/2013 1/124

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6011633 75 cents Wednesday, February 13, 2013 Gazette Santa Rosas Press Find breaking news at www.srpressgazette.com Tweet us @srpressgazette and friend us on facebook.com Obituaries ........................................ A2 Speak Out ........................................ A8 Opinion ........................................... A8 Sudoku ............................................. A9 Sports ............................................. A12 Classieds ........................................ B4 TABLE OF CONTENTS Volume 105 Issue 13 Jim Fletcher Publisher 623-2120 news@srpressgazette.com NAVARRE GIRLS WI N PROGRAMS FIRST STATE WEIGHTLIFTI N G TITLE SPORTS, A11 By LYNNE HOUG H news@srpressgazette.com Two Milton men were charged with burglary Thursday afternoon after Santa Rosa sher iffs depu ties were dispatched to a bur glary in progress call. Several marked pa trol depu ties and undercover deputies re sponded to a building on Simpson Drive in Mil ton just outside the city lim its behind McKenzie Motors when the call came in. Carey Eugene Copeland, 20, and Kevin Duane Ennger, 18, ed on foot as law enforce ment arrived. After a search of the area, they were found hiding in the woods near the crime scene. Copeland, whose ad dress was reported as be ing on Simpson Drive, and Ennger were charged with burglary to an unoccupied dwelling and criminal mis chief/property damage less than $200. Bond was set at $10,250 for each man. 2 charged with burglary KEVIN ENFINGER CAREY COPELAND By TOM M CLAUG HL IN 315-4478 | @TomMnwfdn tmclaughin@nwfdailynews.com N A V A RRE As darkness fell on a cold and rainy night just north of Navarre Beach, a Ford pickup truck with a mans body inside was retrieved from the bottom of the East River. Rescue workers, including the Santa Rosa County Sheriffs Of ce dive team, had spent much of Monday working to pull the truck from about 16 feet of water where visibility was less than a foot. Sheriffs ofce spokesman Rich Aloy conrmed that a call of a vehicle going into the water had come into the county dispatch center at shortly after noon. Somebody saw the vehicle speeding into the water, Aloy said. That somebody is believed to be a witness to what had hap pened. Aloy said the witness was removed by deputies from the scene of the incident and ques tioned at another location. The truck, a larger model Ford, went in nose rst, Aloy said. By 3:30 p.m., dive team mem bers, working in 65 degree water and against strong currents, had located the truck and attached a cable to it. Efforts to pull the vehicle out with a conventional-sized tow truck failed a handful of times before it was decided to bring in a bigger truck. By the time the second truck arrived, near sunset, a crowd of about 30 onlookers had gathered on the bridge over the East River to watch the rescue effort. Man dies after truck is submerged in East River By LYNNE HOUG H news@srpressgazette.com A man entrusted to of fer mental health counsel ing to delinquent teenage girls has been charged with sexual assault. Ernest Lerenza Park er, 52, 7000 block St. Jo sephs St, Milton, is in the Santa Rosa County jail under a $1,010,000 bond. He is accused of inappropriate sexual conduct with multiple juvenile victims. Sheriffs investigators said Parker worked at the Milton Girls Facility in East Milton. This is the same facility where Shan non Abbott, a correctional guard, was charged with felony battery after video revealed she slammed a 15-year-old client of the facility into a wall, the pin ning her to the oor with exces sive force, reports say. A month after Parker was ar rested, it was announced the pro gram director of the facility, Carol Andrus, was being investigated for excessive force. The facility was under contract as a privatized center with ultimate responsibil ity falling back on the Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ). DJJ closed the facility in De cember and moved the girls. It remains closed today. Parker saw the court-commit ted girls as a Mental Health Tech nician II. One of the functions of the Milton Girls Facility was to help troubled teens in providing life skills, psychological counsel ing, behavior modication, and schooling while maintaining them in a secure environment, accord ing to ofcials. Sheriffs ofcials are looking for additional witnesses or vic tims. The Department of Children and Families, along with DJJ, the Ofce of the Inspector General, Santa Rosa County Sheriffs De partment and the State Attorneys Ofce First Judicial Circuit, are working together to conduct this investigation. Parkers charges include four counts of battery, seven counts of sexual assault (victim 12 years old, special conditions), three counts of lewd lascivious moles tion (victim 12-16 years old), one count of lewd lascivious conduct by person 18 years old or older and six counts of contributing to the delinquency or dependency of a minor. ERNEST P ARKER By LYNNE HOUG H news@srpressgazette An unidentied eeing driver caused a trooper from the Florida Highway Patrol (FHP) to strike the back of a 2012 Chevrolet Cruise as the trooper at tempted a trafc stop. FHP says the trooper re ceived minor injuries in the crash. Trooper Lebrun was working Interstate 10 Sunday morning in Milton when he overtook the Chevy travelling 110 miles per hour. The two vehicles exited the interstate, go ing north on Garcon Point Road, according to FHP. Lebrun turned on his emer gency lights and siren to initiate a trafc stop and the driver of the Chevy ed ap proximately two-tenths of a mile then braked sharply, causing the patrol car to hit the back of the eeing vehicle. As the car continued to ee, it traveled north on Woodville Road at a high rate of speed according to reports. The pursuit was called off because the eeing ve hicle entered a residential neighborhood. Troopers are looking for the vehicle, which was driv en by a black male. This story will be updat ed at www.srpressgazette. com as more details be come available or if an ar rest is made. T rooper hits car during pursuit T OM MCLA UGHLIN | Halifax Media Group The body of a man was found in this vehicle after the 911 center received a call from a witness who said the truck went into the East River at Highway 87 in Holley/Navarre. Sheriffs ofcials have not yet identied the man. For updates, visit www.srpressgazette.com See TRUCK A4 B1 Milton celebrates Mardi Gras Girls complaints result in sexual assault arrest

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Local A2 | Santa Rosas Press Gazette Wednesday, February 13, 2013 Elected OFFICIALSCOUNTY GO VERNMENT COUNTY COMMISSION District 1: Jim Williamson, 4351 Berryhill Road, Pace, FL 32571; phone 983-1877. E-mail is comm-wil liamson@santarosa..gov District 2: Bob Cole, 8651 Riverstone Road, Milton, FL 32583; phone 983-1877. E-mail is commcole@santarosa..gov District 3: Don Salter, 6000 Chumuckla Highway, Pace, FL 32571; phone 983-1877. E-mail is commsalter@santarosa..gov District 4: Jim Melvin, 6495 Caroline St., Milton, FL; phone 983-1877. E-mail is comm-melvin@santa rosa..gov District 5: Lane Lynchard, 6495 Caroline St., Milton, FL 32570; phone 983-1877. E-mail is commlynchard@santarosa..gov The Santa Rosa County Commission meets at 9 a.m. on the second and fourth Thursdays. The leaders meet in committee at 9 a.m. Mondays 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 of ces. SANTA ROSA COUNTY SHERIFF Wendell Hall, 5755 East Milton, Road, Milton, FL 32588; phone 983-1100. E-mail is whall@srso.net SANTA ROSA COUNTY CLERK OF COURTS Mary Johnson, P.O. Box 472, Milton, FL 32572; phone 983-1987. E-mail is santacourtfeed@chjn.net SANTA ROSA COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR Stan C. Nichols, 6495 Caroline St., Suite E, Milton, FL 32570; phone 983-1800. E-mail is snichols@srctc. com SANTA ROSA COUNTY PROPERTY APPRAISER Greg Brown, 6495 Caroline St., Milton, FL 32570; phone 983-1880. E-mail is info@srcpa.org SANTA ROSA COUNTY ELECTIONS SUPERVISOR Ann Bodenstein, 6495 Caroline St., Milton, FL 32570; phone 983-1900. E-mail is Bodenstein@ santarosa..govS T A TE G O VERNMENT Rep. Doug Broxson: 2990-C Gulf Breeze Park way, Gulf Breeze, FL 32563, phone 916-5436. E-mail is Doug.Broxson@myoridahouse.gov Sen. Greg Evers: 598 N. Ferdon Blvd., Crest view, FL 32536, phone 689-0556. E-mail is Evers. Greg.SO2@senate.gov Gov. Rick Scott: PLO5 The Capitol, 400 S. Mon roe St., Tallahassee, FL 32399; phone 488-4441. E-mail is _governor@myorida.comF EDER AL G O VERNMENT HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Rep. Jeff Miller: 2439 Rayburn House Ofce Building, Washington, D.C. 20515; local phone is 479-1183; D.C. Ofce phone (202) 225-4136. Pen sacola ofce address: 4300 Bayou Blvd., Suite 13, Pensacola, FL 32503. Toll free number is 866-3671614. Website: http://jeffmiller.house.gov SENATE Sen. Marco Rubio: 317 Hart Senate Of fice Building, Washington, D.C. 20510; phone 850-433-2603. Website: www.rubio.senate. gov Sen. Bill Nelson: Room 571, Hart Senate Of fice Building, Washington, D.C. 20510; phone 202224-5274; fax 202-224-8022. Website: http:// billnelson.senate.gov WHITE HOUSE President Barack Obama: The White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C. 20500; phone 202-456-1414. E-mail is president@white house.gov Vice President Joe Biden: Office of the Vice President, White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C. 20500; phone 202-456-1414.SC H OOL G O VERNMENT SCHOOL BOARD Superintendent: Tim Wyrosdick, 5086 Canal St., Milton, FL 32570; phone 983-5000. E-mail is wyrosdickt@mail.santarosa.k12.fl.us District 1: Diane Scott, 5710 Munson High way, Milton, FL 32570; phone 983-0413. E-mail is scottdl@mail.santarosa.k12.fl.us District 2: Hugh Winkles, 5684 Nicklaus Lane, Milton, FL 32570; phone 623-6299. E-mail is winkleseh@mail.santarosa.k12.fl.us District 3: Diane Coleman, 9400 Octavia Lane, Navarre, FL 32566; phone 939-2661. E-mail is colemanmd@mail.santarosa.k12.fl.us District 4: JoAnn Simpson, 5059 Faircloth St., Pace, FL 32571; phone 994-5446. E-mail is simpsonjj@mai.santarosa.k12.fl.us District 5: Scott Peden, 3156 Pins Lane, Gulf Breeze, FL 32563; phone 934-0701. E-mail is pe denst@mail.santarosa.k12.fl.us The Santa Rosa County School Board meets at 6:30 p.m. second and fourth Thursdays at 5086 Canal St. in Milton. Phone: 983-5000.CI TY G O VERNMENT Milton City Hall, Mayor Guy Thompson, 6738 Dixon St., Milton, FL 32570, phone 983-5400. City Manager is Brian Watkins Town of Jay, Mayor Kurvin Qualls, 3822 High way 4, Jay, FL 32565, phone 675-2719 Gulf Breeze City Hall, Mayor Beverly Zim mern, 1070 Shoreline Drive, Gulf Breeze, FL 32561, phone 934-5100. City Manager is Edwin Buz Eddy Our Obituaries Are Priced With The Family In Mind. Just $20. Please provide a color photograph if possible. All information must be typed. Wednesdays paper please submit by Friday at 3pm. Saturdays paper submit by Wednesday at noon 6009922 Thurs 4:00 pm 8:30 pm Fri & Sat 4:00 pm 9:30 pm Sun 11:00 am 8:30 pm Closed Mon, Tues & Wed We Catch Our Own Thursday 2 for 1 Menu All You Can Eat Mullet Every Night Contact us for ALL YOUR SEAFOOD NEEDS! 6014829 Rosa Mae Phillips, age 89, of Pace, Fla., went to be with her Lord on Thursday, Feb. 7, 2013. She was born Dec. 24, 1923, to the late Robert M. Winters and Efe Mae Johnson Winters. Mrs. Phillips retired from Monsanto after many years of service. She was preceded in death by her beloved husband, George S. Phillips in 1995; and a son-in-law, Bill Barnes in 2012. Survivors include her children, Carolyn Barnes, Cynthia Kay (Chuck) Steen and Gary Phillips; grandchildren, Bill (Isandra) Barnes, Greg (Selina) Barnes, Kim (John) Hinton, Katey Logan, Kelli (Butch) Grantland, Brad (Michelle) Lowery, Andy (Tina) Steen, Gabriel Phillips, Amie (Chris) Rogers and Michael Phillips; great grandchildren, Vanessa (Greg) Taylor, Brian Barnes, Jacob Barnes, Isabelle Barnes, Brady Barnes, Tori Barnes, Stephen (Christa) Ennger, Colby Hinton, Amy (Trower) Boyd, Hannah Logan, Macy Grantland, Brody Grantland, Trenton Lowery, Kaytland Lowery, Madison Lowery, Lindsey Steen, Andi Lynn Steen, Cole Steen, Gabby Phillips, Haley Phillips, Landon Phillips, Taylor Rogers and Carley Rogers; great-great grandchildren, Marissa Garner, Makenna Ennger and Mallory Ennger; a sister, Betty Fontana; sisters-in-law, Anne Jones and Ann Phillips; and numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral services were Sunday, Feb. 10, 2013, at National Cremation & Burial Society with the Rev. Mark Smith ofciating. Interment followed in Memory Park Cemetery. Friends were received by family. National Cremation & Burial Society of Milton has been entrusted with the arrangements. Rosa Mae Phillips ROSA MAE PHILLIPS Obituary Special to Press Gazette Rotarians from Escambia and Santa Rosa counties will join togeth er with Metropolitan Area Neighbor hood Nutrition Alliance Food Pan tries (MANNA) on Saturday, Feb. 23, to ght hunger in Northwest Florida. The Rotary Against Hunger ser vice project will involve all 13 Rotary Clubs that have committed nancial support and volunteer participa tion to create more than 16,000 food packets for those in need. The result will be about 100,000 meals that the Combined Rotary of Pensacola will donate to MANNA for distribution to 17-plus partner pantries in the two county area. This donation will benet pan tries that provide much needed food to those in need. But according to MANNA Executive Director DeDe Flounlacker, the hungry in our area will benet the most. Many of our neighbors are struggling to have enough food to eat, including thousands of children in Escambia and Santa Rosa coun ties. The need continues to grow, with Manna providing food to an average of 68 children a day, Floun lacker said. We are so grateful to Rotary for continuing to support the needs of the hungry through this project. Last year, MANNA provided the equiva lent of 663,135 meals to 44,209 people. These are your neighbors and mine folks who are the working poor, grandparents raising their grand children, moms and dads who do not have enough money to pay their bills and buy food. Thanks to Rotary, thousands of people will once again be helped this year through the gift of nutritious food. This is the second year for the Ro tary Against Hunger project and the second time in history that all Rotary clubs in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties have come together on one day to work on a service project. Last year, more than 700 Rotary members and friends donated more than 1,200 hours of time to pack the meals. The Combined Rotary Clubs of Pensacola are pleased to join with MANNA Food Pantries and work on this Second Annual volunteer project to help feed the hungry in Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties, Rotary Project Chair Buz Eddy said. Area Rotarians have raised over $25,000 for this project that will pro vide over 100,000 meals. On Feb. 23, Rotarians, their families and other volunteers will be assembling food packets at MANNAs headquarters that will be distributed throughout the year to folks in need. Rotary Clubs work globally as well as locally to mitigate problems such as Hunger, he said. Visit MannaFoodPantries.org or call 850-432-2053 to learn more about Manna. Rotarians to aid in food drive Press Gazette BIRTHDA Y CLUBFEB. 13 Nicki QuallsFEB. 15 Eric NicholsonFEB. 16 Amberley Starkie To have names listed in the birthday club, email the name and birthday to news@ srpressgazette.com. BABY OF THE WEEK Special to the Press Gazette The Womens Advisory Council of Santa Rosa Medi cal Center is sponsoring a private concert by Ronnie McDowell and T. Graham Brown at the Chumuckla Farmers Opry on Thursday, Feb. 14. Master of Ceremo nies for the evening is Santa Rosa Medical Center CEO Phillip Wright. Dress up in your favorite western attire and join us for a fun evening of entertainment. There will be tablescapes, a silent auc tion and more. All proceeds will benet the Kathy Rus sell Scholarship program and the Milton Relay for Life Survivors Reception. Dinner will be served from 5:306:45 p.m. and the concert will start at 7 p.m. Tickets are $35 and can be purchased by calling Paula Lou Mapoles at 626-9567 or Aleta Hoodless Millham at 626-5113. This event has become an annual tradition, Santa Rosa Medical Center CEO Phillip Wright said. Our Womens Advisory Council does a fan tastic job organizing all of the details to make the evening a wonderful time. I thank the members for their leadership in raising funds for such worth causes as their Kathy Russell schol arship and Relay for Life, Wright said. Womens council to host private benet concert SPE CIAL T O THE P RE SS GAZ ETTE Revan Benjamin Taylor, born Nov. 17, 2012, is the son of Marianne Back, Director of Planning & Design United Way of SRC and Michael Taylor.

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Local Santa Rosas Press Gazette| A3 Wednesday, February 13, 2013 6014202 Dining Room ONLY 6516080 New Year Special 15% Off With Ad We are currently paving in your area. With our crew and equipment close by, we are offering prompt service and reasonable rates to all area residents for a short time. Please call immediately if you are interested in having any asphalt paving done this year. NOTICE ASPHALT PAVING WE DO: HOUSE DRIVEWAYS PARKING LOTS FARM LANES LONG LANES DRIVEWAYS PRIVATE ROADS PATCHWORK NEW HOMES GRADEWORK SEAL COATING BASEWORK ASPHALT MILLINGS Free Estimates Fast Service Quality Work Full-Service Asphalt Paving Tired of a Dust Bowl in the Summer and a Mud Hole in the Winter? Dont Fuss ... CALL US! Of ce 800-566-7182 Mobile 850-524-0823 Donohue Asphalt By SARA BERRES 630-247-9821 sberres@srpressgazette.com The staff at The UPS Store Pace can accommo date any packing, shipping or printing need, and their helping hand extends fur ther out to the community than just the four walls of their store. Pam Pollard, owner of the franchise, opened the store in 2000. Pollard moved to Santa Rosa County in 1986 and has made Garcon Point her home ever since. Pol lard has owned and oper ated various UPS Store locations in the area since 1997. Not only does Pollard have long-time ties to UPS, the store manager, Karissa Barr, 30, started working at the shop when she was a ju nior in high school. Karissa has attended many training seminars and management classes, including attend ing The UPS Stores Global Convention in Las Vegas Nevada. Barr, a graduate of Mil ton High School, said the biggest change while work ing at The UPS Store Pace over the years has been the technology in the industry and volume of packages that are handled. Nationally The UPS Store has expanded their services to include print ing, greeting cards, notary, mailing, shipping, packag ing, freight, 24-hour access to mailbox services and the sale of ofce supplies and products, to name a few. Pollards involvement isnt just within the UPS network shes also a charter member of the Mil ton Rotary Club, a member of First Baptist Church in Milton, a member of The Santa Rosa County Cham ber of Commerce, a gradu ate of Santa Rosa Leader ship Class 21, a member of the Santa Rosa Leadership Alumni Board and part of the Krewe of The Silver Slipper a local non-prot, supporting Santa Rosa Kids House, ARC, and Bright Futures Scholarships and mentoring. The staff at The UPS Store in Pace, is comprised of Santa Rosa County stu dents, former students and parents of students from lo cal schools. Pollard wants The UPS Store Pace to be a positive part of the com munity, so she has offered special thanks to the more than 500 teachers in Santa Rosa County. The UPS Store-Pace location gives each of the 500 teachers a card for 100 free copies at the beginning of every school year, and a card good for discounts at over 13 locally owned The UPS Stores in Escambia and Santa Rosa County. Pollard said the store also support Pace High School project graduation, Pace High School basket ball boosters, and Pace High School Year Book Club, to mention a few. The store is at 4960 High way 90 in Pace (Pea Ridge). Hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. In select editions of the Press Gazette, The UPS Store Pace has provided a $3 off shipping coupon.SARA BERRE S | Press Gazette Pam Pollard, Grace Pollard, Taylor Whitaker and Karissa Barr (and their dog Oscar) at The UPS Store Pace. By SARA BERRES 630-247-9821 sberres@srpressgazette.com Ashley Dawn Kra sinski describes her self as a super-mom by day and songwrit er by night, but now she can add another accomplishment to her bio actress. The 28-year-old, who goes by the name Ashley Dawn, has been selected as a fea tured singer in a lm about female country icon Patsy Cline, titled Patsy. Dawn graduated from Pace High School in 2002 and currently lives in Atmore, Ala., with her husband, three children and oldest stepson, who is in college at Pensacola State. She auditioned for Patsy in Mo bile, Ala., in late December and re ceived a call from Chance Film Pro ductions last week with the exciting news. According to John Rus sell, producer with Kansas City-based Chance Films, Dawn will be one of the 12 featured singers. The story revolves around a produc er who does a nationwide search for someone to play the role of Patsy Cline. The nal 12 artists who are con sidered for the role of Patsy will be featured singers in the lm. Dawn started taking pia no lessons at age 7 and later picked up the guitar, playing in the school band and per forming at small venues. As a musician and singer, Dawn considers herself a versatile artist and a folk/ rock performer. She became a member of the Nashville Songwriters Association International about three years ago and is currently a coordinator with Atmore/Brewton Region Chapter. She also mentors people interested in writing songs on a personal basis. Were not in an area with a lot of direction (for musi cians or songwriters), she said. Someone who really wants to do it, like I did, can feel lost. Russell said the crew will start lming Patsy by the end of March, mainly in Ala bama with special scenes shot in places such as Loui siana and Nashville. Were eager to get under way, Russell said. When we auditioned in Mobile, we just loved it. While looking forward to her role in the lm, Dawn, the self-proclaimed bubble gum chewin. guitar pickin stay at home mama turned acoustic diva after bath time is also working to record and self-produce her rst radio ready album in between bleaching socks and grocery shopping, she said. UPS Store Pace helps the community UPS PACE Location: 4960 Highway 90, Pace Phone: 850-995-0666 Email: store4078@theupsstore.com Hours: Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Sunday closed Pace grad to be featured singer in Patsy lm ASHLEY DAWN KRASINSKI

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Local A4 | Santa Rosas Press Gazette Wednesday, February 13, 2013 6012770 Charles Riley, M.D. Lillia LaPlace, M.D. Sam Parker, M.D. Please join us in welcoming non-invasive cardiologists Dr. Charles Riley, Dr. Lillia LaPlace, and Dr. Sam Parker to our team in Pace. The innovative partnership between Northwest Florida Heart Group and West Florida Cardiology ensures that our cardiologists are better equipped to meet the challenges of continuing to provide high quality, patient-centered care in the future. The physicians see current and new patients in the ofce setting as well as perform a wide range of cutting-edge cardiac procedures. Cardiologist Cardiologist (850) 969-7979 No Referral Necessary 4252 Woodbine Road Pace Cardiologist | 6014828 KEY MVOP misdemeanor violation of probation FVOP felony violation of probation Agg aggravated Poss possession Meth methamphetamine DUI driving under the in uence DWLSR driving while license suspended or revoked FTA failure to appear FTR failure to register SF sentenced felony SM sentenced misdemeanor LEO law enforcement of cer DV Domestic Violence Feb. 6 Allbritton, Ronald Harris, 43, 5325 Chestnut Ave., Pace: failure to appear. Starkweather, Adam Ronald, 27, 6670 James St., Milton: probation violation. Brown, Gabriel James, Jr., 33, 919 Balaye Ridge Circle, Apt. 104, Tampa: armed robbery, grand theft, make/possess/throw destructive device. Madlock, Agnes Marie, 40, 4036 Buttonbush Drive, Milton: larceny, resisting an of cer. Archer, Cheryl Layne, 49, 21 Hickory Ave., Shalimar: DUI alcohol or drugs. Feb. 7 Copeland, Carey Eugene, 20, 6332 Simpson Drive, Milton: damage to property-criminal mischief, burglary. En nger, Kevin Duane, 18, 6084 Carr Road, Milton: damage to property-criminal mischief, burglary. Grubbs, James Lee, 35, 4580 Tamarind Drive, Pace: failure to appear Smith III, Joseph James, 29, 2569 Nelsontown Road, Jay: two charges of battery, kidnap/ false imprisonment. Smitha, Kristopher Gage, 22, 5836 Hamilton Bridge, Milton: probation violation. Tucker, Trent William, 33, 4812 Martha Ave., Pensacola: probation violation. Nuckols, Paul Shannon, 40, 634 Buttercup Road, Cordova: DUI drugs or alcohol. Reynolds, Charles Hughes, 55, 307 Shoreline Drive, Gulf Breeze: DUI drugs or alcohol. Feb. 8-10 Brown, Stephen Daniel, 33, 900 S. Scott Ave., Sanford: failure to appear. Yazvac, Stephen Michael, 47, 6575 Robie Road, Milton: failure to appear. Goldsmith, Keaira Alexux, 16, 6497 Willow Tree Court, Milton: damage to property criminal mischief. Gibson, Terry Shane, 45, 4167 Luther Fowler Road, Pace: driving while license suspended habitual offender. Haley, Patrick Thomas, 30, 2734 Midland Park Drive, Pensacola: hit and run, DUI alcohol or drugs third violation within 10 years. Elmert, Kori Leigh, 27, 3710 Berrypatch Circle, Pace: fugitive from justice. Robinson, Thomas Daniel, 24, 9250 Quail Roost Drive, Navarre: probation violation. Norton, Yong Dok, 50, 9544 Brentwood Boulevard, Navarre: DUI alcohol or drugs. Lay, Michael Sheldon, 24, 7846 Marlette Drive, Milton: DUI alcohol or drugs. Vickers Schrepf, Joanne Claire, 33, 433 Fairpoint Drive, Gulf Breeze: DUI alcohol or drugs. Sheriffs REPORT 6011529 SANTA ROSA COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE Two divers had to enter the water after the sun went down to reattach cables, but the second truck had no trouble dragging it off the mucky bottom. Only after the truck was brought up, with visibility underwater having been so poor, could Aloy con rm a death had occurred. We have one fatality, he said. The body of the victim was not immediately identi ed. Although suicide was mentioned as a possible nding when the cause of death is eventually determined, that could not be con rmed until the death is thoroughly investigated. Were just going to say unknown circumstances at this point, Aloy said. For updates on this story go to www. srpressgazette.com. TRUCK from page A1 MARK KULAW | Halifax Media Group Deputies and emergency workers look on as divers communicate from the water.

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Local A6 | Santa Rosas Press Gazette Wednesday, February 13, 2013 Do you love your doctor? 6012203 6012152 Free Hearing Test Sales, Service and Repairs on all Makes and Models of Hearing Aids All Insurance Accepted including BC/BS Federal 626-4327 www.hearingdoctorinc.com 5937 Berryhill Rd. Milton FL 32570 Mention this ad and receive 10% off a set of Digital Hearing Aids 6013055 Get married on Valentines Day! Thinking about getting married? Or have you been putting off the big day? Why not pick a day to remember? Donald C. Spencer, Santa Rosa County Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller is announcing, on Thursday, Feb. 14, Valentines Day, marriage ceremonies will be performed at the Clerks Administration Ofce, located at 6495 Caroline St., Suite B, Milton, FL 850-9831971 and the Annex Ofce located at 5841 Gulf Breeze Parkway, Suite C, Gulf Breeze, FL 850-983-1820. Florida resident couples have a three day waiting period unless you have had premarital counseling and the counselor is on the clerks premarital provider list. Couples who have not had premarital counseling must obtain their license no later than Monday, Feb. 11. The cost of the event is $93.50 without premarital counseling and $61 with premarital counseling. For $30.00, the clerks ofce will provide, by appointment, a wedding ceremony. The Clerks Ofce is open from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Mondays in the Gardens Mondays in the Gardens is a free gardening program offered at the UF/IFAS West Florida Research and Education Center Gardens under the direction of Santa Rosa County Master Gardeners. At 10 a.m. Monday, Sally Menk will deliver a presentation: Antique Roses Their History and Care in the UF shade garden classroom. Menk is a consulting rosarian for the American Rose Society Santa Rosa County. She also has been a Santa Rosa Master Gardener for 24 years. The UF/IFAS WREC Gardens are located on the Pensacola State College, Milton campus. Follow the signs on campus to nd the gardens. The gardens are free and open to the public from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Both selfguided and guided tours are available. Changing seasonal gardens feature a multitude of horticultural displays including shade, formal, childrens and water gardens, bulbs, roses, shrubs, trees and perennials. For more information please contact Mary Derrick at 850-6233868 between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. weekdays or via email at maryd@santarosa. .gov. Hearing impaired individuals may call Santa Rosa County Emergency Management Service at 850-983-5373 (TDD). Free eye exams and eyeglasses People with low or xed incomes and who have no insurance may call the ofce nearest to them to see if they qualify for free eye exams and eyeglasses for the Thursday, Feb. 14, Doctors With A Heart program sponsored by Dr. Gene Terrezza and Associates. Dr. Gene Terrezza and Associates say they will be providing these services in the following locations: 5593 Stewart St, Milton, FL 32570, 850-623-0319 800 N. Faireld Drive, Pensacola, FL 32506, 850-456-5053 316 So McKenzie Street, Foley, AL 36535, 251-943-5115 Appointment scheduling will conclude when available appointments have been lled. Due to the times we are in today, there are many working people who do not have insurance, who have medical needs and cannot afford to have them met. We will try our best to render optometric services free to all those who meet the requirements within the limits of our capacity. Our doctors and staff are volunteering their time in thanks to the community for allowing us to serve them. St Valentines Day is the perfect time to show that doctors do care and indeed have a heart, Terrezza said. Santa Rosa County Tobacco-Free Coalition holds meeting The Santa Rosa County Tobacco-Free Coalition will hold its next meeting at 4 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 21, at the Santa Rosa County Health Department, 5527 Stewart St. in Milton. Topics to be considered will include a report on the strategic plan, policy work for the upcoming year, and subcommittee assignments. The Santa Rosa County Tobacco-Free Coalition began in September 2008 as a partnership of community members and agencies working together with a mission to reduce the prevalence of tobacco use and provide education on the dangers of tobacco abuse among children and adults in the county. Sleeping bags needed We need sleeping bags for our cold weather shelter. Please consider donating a gently used (or new) sleeping bag for those who need them most. Contact Tom at 983-5089, or drop them off at Ferris Hill Baptist Church during work hours which are 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday. In place of bags, monetary donations are accepted through the church or through SAFERs Paypal account located on the SAFER website at www. safersantarosa.org Jay Historical Museum The Jay Historical Museum on Commerce Street in Jay is open Fridays and Saturdays 10:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. It is open for tours on other days upon request. Contact: jayhistoricalsociety@ panhandle.rr.com or Sandy Moore at 850-675-4695. Santa Rosa County Democrats to hold pot luck Santa Rosa County Democrats will hold a Pot Luck Dinner and Business Meeting on Thursday, Feb. 21, at the Holley by the Sea Beach House, 6845 Navarre Parkway (U.S. 98), Navarre. The dinner will begin at 6 p.m. and the business meeting at 7 p.m. All Democrats are invited to attend. For additional information, contact Santa Rosa DEC chairperson, Earl Dean, at 850-939-5000 or 201-281-6566. Santa Rosa County education update Tim Wyrosdick, Superintendent of Schools will be the guest speaker. Presented by the Santa Rosa County Legislative Coalition, which includes Gulf Breeze, Pace, Jay, Navarre & Santa Rosa County Chambers. It will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 20 at 8:00 a.m. @ Oops Alley, 3721 U.S. 90, Pace. There will be a full breakfast buffet that will cost $8 at the door. Please RSVP to 994-9633 or admin@pacechamber.com. This event is open to the Public. Treasured Family Recipes of Historic Santa Rosa County The GFWC Miltons Womans Club is asking interested individuals to share an old family photo and a prized family recipe to be included in the Clubs upcoming recipe book, Treasured Family Recipes of Historic Santa Rosa County, FL. Each page of the book will be a delightful tribute to people whose lives were lived out around local kitchen tables and who understood that shared traditions help shape strong families. Along with recipes for everything from tasty food to useful salves and poultice compounds, contributors are asked to include a brief paragraph about the person(s) in the photo. Be sure to include amusing quips or sage quotes passed down from fore-parents. Honor ancestors by being one of only 100 contributors to a book that will become part of the printed history of Santa Rosa County, Florida. The deadline for submission is Monday, April 1. Submission forms are available by contacting either Dr. Darlene Mosley at 850-484-4484, omosley@ pensacolastate.edu or Dr. Jean Roberts at 850-484-4428, jroberts@ pensacolastate.edu. To help with initial publication costs, contributors must include $25 per submission. When the book is published, contributors will receive a free copy. For 100 years, GFWC Milton Womans Club has been a proud presence in Milton and has worked to preserve the history of our neighbors. As an example, prots from the sale of the recipe books will be used on the upkeep of Miltons rst library building. This building is on the National Registry of Historic Buildings and is remembered for such uses as USO dances, Kiwanis meetings, and Boy Scouts of America activities. Blood types needed The Northwest Florida Blood Services issued request to the public to help out with increased blood needs of: O Negative, B Negative and A Negative. Hospitals are reporting an increased blood need for these types. The Bloodmobile Drive is going to be held Feb 3-8 at 2209 N.9th Avenue and 1999 East Nine Mile Road Call 850-473-3853. Check website for Information at www. nfbcblood.org Dear K.L., I think the answer to this question is best represented by the Greek word, baptizo translated in the Bible as baptize. This Greek word means, to dip or immerse. The word pictures of Romans 6:4 and Colossians 2:12, seem to strongly indicate that the original mode of baptism in the early church probably was a total immersion in water. Therefore we were buried with Him through baptism into death, that just as Christ was raised from the dead by the glory of the Father, even so we also should walk in newness of life. (Romans 6:4-6 NKJV) Buried with Him in baptism, in which you also were raised with Him through faith in the working of God, who raised Him from the dead. (Colossians 2:11-12 NKJV) When Jesus himself was baptized by John, the Bible says He CAME UP OUT of the water. Again, seemingly indicating that Jesus was completely immersed. Most New Testament, evangelical denominations believe that the biblical standard is believers baptism by immersion. Believers baptism by immersion is an important symbolic act of identi cation with Christ. However, because salvation is by grace through faith in Christ, it is not, in my opinion, absolutely necessary that you be baptized in a particular way in order to be saved. There are several historical evidences (archeological and writings) that indicate that the early church preferred and most often practiced immersion, however from time to time even they would sprinkle or dip when immersion was not possible or practical. They understood that it was the spiritual symbolism of the act that was important. In the nal analysis, you must follow your own conscience in this matter, before the Lord and in light of the teaching of the Bible. Many people, once they understand what I have shared here with you, decide that they should willingly demonstrate their symbolic union with Christ through baptism by immersion even if they have already been baptized by another mode of baptism and especially if it was in a denomination that did not recognize the necessity of the individual profession of a saving faith in Jesus at the time of the Baptism. Ask the Preacher ...a weekly column answering your questions with Biblical answers about life. 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 Degree from The New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. He has been the Pastor of HHBC since 1987. For 10 years he has also served as an International Youth Evangelist for the Southern Baptist Convention, preaching to multiplied thousands all over the U.S. and Canada. For more information about HHBC call 623-8959 or 626-8951 or fax, 623-0197. If you have a question for ASK THE PREACHER send it to: ASK THE PREACHER, Hickory Hammond Baptist Church, 8351 Hickory Hammock Rd. Milton, FL 32583 6012128 Senior Citizens Exemption 6012794 Santa Rosa BRIEFS

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Local Santa Rosas Press Gazette| A7 Wednesday, February 13, 2013 6012151 6012150 IN LOVING MEMORY Shawn Alan Brown (Bubba) 6/6/83 3/8/08 Five years ago, Heaven received an angel; the night sky, another star. Your life became a loving memory. We know you will never be far. We love and miss you. Mema, Mommy, Tina, Breana Pace Area Chamber of Commers to hold monthly breakfast The Pace Area Chamber of Commerce is having its monthly breakfast on Tuesday, Feb. 19, at Oops Alley at 7:30 a.m. The Turner Financial Group Inc is sponsoring this months breakfast. The cost of breakfast is $6 per person. We are having great attendance at these events and invite you to take advantage of these great networking opportunities by being part of our breakfast crowd. You are invited to bring guests also. We welcome all door prizes you might like to bring. Call the ofce at 994-9633 or reply to this email and RSVP by Feb.15. Landrum offers HR seminar Landrum Human Resources is offering a seminar to help employers and business owners stay up-to-date and compliant with the latest developments in health care reform and other important topics critical to your business. Health Care Reform: Whats Next For Your Business will be Tuesday, Feb. 19, at the Emerald Coast Convention Center in Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. The seminar features presentations from local industry experts on key topics, including the Affordable Care Act, EEOC updates, new social media laws, guarding your corporate assets and community giving and your bottom line. The seminar begins at 8:30 a.m. and ends at 2:30 p.m. The seminar, Health Care Reform: Whats Next for Your Business, has been pre-approved for four (4) (General) recertication credit hours toward PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertication through the HR Certication Institute. The cost of the seminar is $59 per participant; refreshments and lunch included. Register and pay on-line at www.LandrumHR. com/Forum or call 850-476-5100. Attendees will learn strategies to help protect their business and help improve their bottom line.ABOUT L A ND R UM Founded in 1970, and headquartered in Pensacola, Fla., Landrum provides stafng, benets, payroll, training and HR services to over 11,000 worksite employees in 31 states. Landrum gives business owners and employers the ability to focus on growing their businesses while knowing their employment and human resources needs are protected. For more information about Landrum, please visit our website at www.LandrumHR. com or subscribe to our blog at LandrumHRBlog.com. SUBMITTED PH OTO Lynyrd Skynyrd is a 4-year-old stray cat that has adopted everyone in her Pace apartment complex. As the neighborhood watch-cat she loves to roll around in the dirt, sleep in the grass and perch herself on the wooden porch railings. Sacred Heart Senior Spirit will present the following seminars during the month of February. Topics covered this month include: hand and wrist pain, exercises for a healthy heart and how to keep your heart health. Seating is limited and registration is requested. To register, call 850-416-1620 or 1-877-416-1620P AC EPace M edical B uilding, Rehab Center 2nd Floor, 3754 Highway 90, Pace, Fla. Thursday, Feb. 14, noon to 1 p.m. Back to the Basics: How to Keep Your Heart Healthy, Mark Grise, MD, fellowship trained interventional cardiologists, Sacred Heart Cardiology GU L F BR EEZE Sacred Heart Rehab Center @ the Club 1230 Crane Cove Blvd, Gulf Breeze, Fla. Thursday, Feb. 21, noon to 1 p.m. Exercises for a Healthy Heart, presented by Exercise Specialists with Sacred Heart Cardiac Rehabilitation Wear comfortable clothes and shoes and come ready to participate! PEN SAC O LA Sacred Heart Hospital, Greenhut Auditorium 5151 N. 9th Ave., Pensacola, Fla. Wednesday, Feb. 27, 9:30-11 a.m. Hand and Wrist Pain, Raymond Noellert, MD, board-certied microvascular surgeon, Sacred Heart Hand Center ABOUT S ACR ED HE AR T SENIO R S P I R IT Sacred Heart Senior Spirit is a free program for persons 55 and older. Benets include free health screenings, seminars, special benets per hospital stay, cafeteria discount, a discounted pre-paid lab coupon program, and a monthly newsletter that includes seniors health and wellness information and a calendar of events. For more information, please call (850) 416-1620, visit www. sacred-heart.org/seniorspirit or like us on Facebook: www.facebook. com/SacredHeartSeniorSpirit Special to the Press Gazette St. Marys Episcopal Church, 6849 Oak Street, Mil ton, will host the gospel sing ing group Lookin Up Southern Gospel at 6 p.m. on Feb. 17. Your time will be spent enjoy ing some of the nest gospel music in our area. The group is composed of four vocalists Paul Ernde, his wife, Maureen Spirakis, Chuck Hendrix and Bonnie Wooten. Their mission is committed to uplifting the name of Jesus Christ and to share the gospel by using their gift of music. For more information on the group, go to www.lookinup southerngospel.com. After the concert there will be a Meet & Greet Ice Cream Social. The groups CDs will be available. and you may donate a love offering to the group. For information regard ing the event, call 850-623-2905. Business BRIEFS SACRED HEAR T SENIOR SPIRIT FEBRUAR Y CALENDAR OF EVENTS PET OF THE WEEK Lookin Up Southern Gospel to perform

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SPEAK OUT: CALL 623-5887 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR CONGRESSMAN UPDATE Public transportation still needed in Santa Rosa County On Dec. 28, Santa Rosa Transit discontinued its services to the community. A large group of the riders have expressed the need for this bus and how greatly they feel its loss. One of the riders expressed her point of view during the county commissioners meeting, but her viewpoint was edited which meant the important points she was expressing were omitted. It appeared the press did not want her to speak the truth. In short, the citizens of Santa Rosa County need a bus to transport them where they need to go. We feel the two county commissioners that voted against the bus have done the people a great disservice. Ms. Travis Group pushes to end use of the R word in Florida Dear Editor, ARC Gateway and the Arc of Florida are working to make changes to state laws that are long overdue. Senate Bill 142, the Intellectual Disabilities Bill, would remove the term mental retardation and replace it with intellectual disability in state statutes. The eld of intellectual disabilities has evolved over the last few decades. Thirty years ago, when an individual was born with an intellectual disability, he or she would usually be institutionalized. Today, we understand that people with intellectual disabilities can live a full and rewarding life in their community. Terminology used by medical professionals also has evolved over time. An example of this is the term mental retardation. The American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities replaced its of cial diagnosis with intellectual disability. The American Psychiatric Association recently made a similar change. In late January, the Social Security Administration announced its intent to make the adjustment to its of cial Listing of Impairments. Once considered a valid medical term, the R-word has become a hurtful slang that promotes negative stereotypes of people with intellectual disabilities. As someone who has been involved in this cause for many years and has a family member who is on the autism spectrum, I know it makes individuals with intellectual disabilities feel bullied. Federal health, education and labor policy statutes were changed in 2010 when Congress passed and President Obama signed Rosas Law. Thirty-nine states also have changed their laws. Everyone has the right to be treated with respect. This is an opportunity for Floridians to do just that. Please contact your state senator and representative. Encourage them to support the Intellectual Disabilities Bill and end the R-word in Florida. Pat Young President, ARC Gateway Time to rethink President Lincolns reputation Dear Editor, For many years the propagandists have said that Abe Lincoln was a great president, the greatest president, etc. Was not Lincoln directly responsible for some 600,000 deaths both north and south? Did not Lincoln support West Virginia seceding from Virginia, violating the Constitution? Art IV, Section 3. Did not Lincoln violate habeas corpus, i.e. you must have the body? In this case the body is where in the Constitution does it prohibit states from leaving the union? If not de nite in the Constitution then this is reserved to the states respectively, or to the people i.e. the 10th amendment. Did Lincoln free the slaves with the Emancipation Proclamation? No. This is the big lie, as this proclamation was not put into force for two years, January 1863, two years after the state of the war between the states. Worse than that, Lincoln excluded from the Emancipation Proclamation several slave-holding border states and the city of New Orleans. Lincoln is quoted as saying, My paramount object is to save the union, and not either to save or destroy slavery. If I could save the union without freeing any slave, I would do it; if I could save it by freeing all the slaves I would do it; and if I could do it by freeing some slaves and leaving others alone I would do that also. Read also the Lincoln/Douglas debate of 1858. You decide about Lincoln now. Replies welcome. William O. Jones Jay In less than three weeks, across-the-board spending cuts known as sequestration are set to go into effect. But these cuts are not a new development. We have known since November 2011 that the country was threatened by these cuts. While House Republicans have worked to replace the arbitrary cuts in sequestration with commonsense spending reductions in other areas, the President and Senate Democrats have ignored the issue completely for more than one year. Until late last year, the President continued to claim sequestration would not happen. Even today, the President continues to claim sequestration was the idea of Congress, despite the fact that it was the Presidents current chief of staff Jack Lew and White House Legislative Affairs Director Rob Nabors who pitched the idea of sequestration to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid on behalf of the President. Last week, after nearly fteen months of delaying, the President nally unveiled his plan to avert the looming budget sequester set to go into effect on March 1. While it is good news the President has nally realized the seriousness of sequestration, his blueprint to avoid sequestration would seek to avert the automatic spending cuts with $500 billion in new taxes. We cannot solve our spending problem by taxing hard working Americans more, and, once again, the President has failed to comprehend this important point. Meanwhile, Senate Democrats have failed to even offer a plan. Just last week, the Chairwoman of the Senate Appropriations Committee, Senator Barbara Mikulski, called the Senates sequestration plan a work in progress, and Senate Budget Committee Chairman, Senator Kent Conrad, told reporters he was unsure of who would lead the Senate effort and that the American people would have to wait and see what is introduced. The lack of urgency from the Administration and Senate Democrats is astounding, considering the potential impact of sequestration on our economy and national security. According to the Congressional Budget Of ce, sequestration is estimated to reduce economic growth by 0.7 percent this year, and the Bipartisan Policy Center predicts it will cost our economy one million jobs. Of course, the impact of sequestration will have a signi cant impact on communities with a large military presence, like Northwest Florida. Sequestration will levy $492 billion in defense spending cuts over the next ten years, on top of the $487 billion in cuts that are already being implemented. They would result in job losses of approximately 350,000 from active duty and Department of Defense civilian work forces, and they would also have an impact on other activities, such as the potential cancellation of some of the Blue Angels ight demonstrations. The Administrations sequestration threatens to reduce our militarys readiness and throw our nation into another recession. House Republicans fully understand the seriousness of both sequestration and our larger scal problems and we have acted to address these issues. In contrast to the Administration and Senate Democrats, we have passed multiple measures to replace the scheduled sequestration cuts with commonsense measures that would not threaten our national security or economic prosperity. In May 2012, the House passed the Sequester Replacement Reconciliation Act of 2012. This bill would have replaced sequestration with measured cuts in other areas of our budget. For example, our sequester replacement bill would have saved billions by requiring Social Security numbers to claim the refundable child tax credit, making sure that individuals who arent eligible to receive assistance from safety-net programs like food stamps do not receive these bene ts, eliminated automatic funding set to be given to states to set up exchanges from Obamacare, and eliminated the bailout fund so that unelected bureaucrats cannot use tax payer funds to bail out the creditors of too big to fail institutions. Just last week, Republicans unveiled legislation, which I also strongly support, known as the Down Payment to Protect National Security Act of 2013 to avert sequestration. This commonsense bill would replace the rst year of sequestration by shrinking the Federal civilian workforce ten percent through normal attrition. If acted upon by the Senate Democrats and enacted by the President, this legislation would remove this years devastating effects of sequestration while the Congress works to achieve a permanent solution. House Republicans do not want sequestration to go into effect, but we understand that we must rein in government spending now before it spirals even further out of control. The American people know that spending is the problem and that we cannot solve a spending problem by simply raising taxes. We should replace the Presidents sequester with responsible reforms to help balance our budget within the next ten years, and House Republicans stand ready to work across the aisle to avert sequestration. In order to get this country back on the right track, we can no longer afford to do the things we would like to do, only the things we have to do. It is time for the President and Senate Democrats to put aside their insistence on more tax increases and join us to institute the responsible scal policies that our nation and the American people require. Sequestration just around the corner CONGRESSMAN JEFF MILLER Once considered a valid medical term, the R-word has become a hurtful slang that promotes negative stereotypes of people with intellectual disabilities. As someone who has been involved in this cause for many years and has a family member who is on the autism spectrum, I know it makes individuals with intellectual disabilities feel bullied. SUNDAY, 9:24 A.M. Feb. 6 Press Gazette, bottom of front page, City considers tobacco cessation, wellness program. Well you know, I thought tobacco was not only highly taxed, but legal. So lets do this. So as not to appear hypocritical or holier than thou, as best they can, the city council should lower the taxes on any business that sells tobacco and to the percentage of their tobacco sale income, should reject any money from the state based on the same formula. How much the state gets from tobacco taxes will reduce the amount they get, and the feds too, if they give the feds money if theyre subservient to the feds. So do that so that way it wont look hypocritical. Also do the same policy on obese employees. Because obesity is much, much more expensive than tobacco use. Tobacco use really hits late in life where obesity is many times lifelong. And just do the exact same thing, obese employees to not be hired or be rejected. And that includes the city council or any high level people in the city. Any obese city council members. Lets get real, folks. Anything a person does at home thats legal is none of your business. So anyway, check it out, folks, and maybe Ill run down there and check the city council meeting out to see if there are any obese folks there. Bye. MONDAY 8:08 A.M. This is Mary, a senior citizen. This is my second call on the problem there where Newton Street intersects with Hamilton Bridge. When you are coming out of Newton Street to go into Hamilton Bridge theres a big bush on the right side in a persons yard, and you almost have to drive out in part of the street lane to see whats coming from the right. I wish someone would trim that bush down because its really going to cause a wreck if you dont. Thank you. MONDAY 8:34 A.M. Nows the time for the Catholic Church, since the holy father is retiring and stepping down, the pope. We need to get a pope in there that will unite the Catholic Church and bring around the American Catholics to vote to save (not understood). To vote the people out of of ce thats for abortions and for gay marriage. We need to get them out of there and the Catholic Church has backslid so far that we need to go in and get us a pope that will unite the Catholics into a biblical way. Thank you.

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UROGYNECOLOGY 6012256 Dinner with the Doc Heart Disease: Prevention without Prescriptions Monday, February 18, 6 pm Santa Rosa Medical Center Education building located directly behind the hospital. Dinner will be provided. 6012290 Sports Santa Rosas Press Gazette| A11 Wednesday, February 13, 2013 Navarre girls win programs rst state weightlifting title By SETH STRINGER 315-4421 | @SethSnwfdn sstringer@nwfdailynews.com The irony was not lost on Navarre head coach Garrett Bagley. Just moments after eking out a 24-23 state championship victory over two-time defending champion Spruce Creek, put ting an emphatic end to their always a bridesmaid, never a bride streak of three consecutive runner-up nishes at state and giving the program its rst team title, the Raiders yearned for a bounty of food tting of their golden performance. Were going to Golden Corral, said Bagley, who all year added fuel to the re by joking with his girls that silver goes with everything. I tried to talk them out of that, but thats what they had their mind set on. Wanting to continue their golden night, who could blame them for the buffet choice that in a weird way represented end less selections of leaders on their team? Escaping the shadows of Spruce Creek, who entered Saturday winning eight of the last nine championships, Navarre had six lifters walk away with individual medals. But none were more impressive than the piece of bling around Amanda Friars neck, which just so happened to go with her team medal. Following up an individual runnerup nish last year, the senior didnt even break a sweat cruising past her 110-pound competitors. Finishing with a collective lift of 305 pounds (benched 160, clean and jerk of 145), 20 pounds short of a 325-pound total she put up leading up to the state showcase, Friar outlifted runner-up Alex Hamilton of Clay by 20 pounds. We just told her to focus on her bench, Bagley said of a lift that ended up creating a 20-pound cushion for Friar headed into the clean and jerk. She had a good start, and the next key was remaining relaxed and clearing that rst clean and jerk. Friars individual gold was the rst in the programs 110-pound history, and it was the programs fourth overall Kayla Poole (unlimited) and Jameeka Anderson (119) in 2011, Janisha Thomas (119) in 2010. Asked about the emotions going through her mind, Friar responded, ex citement and nervousness and disbelief. But the senior couldnt celebrate her accomplishment just yet. At least not until the team had learned of its fate. Our coaches kind of led us on to be lieve we didnt win because they wanted it to be kind of a surprise, Friar said. I didnt want to be happy about my gold with the team nishing second, but then they announced it. Denitely everyone was crying. Following Friar were a pair of secondplace showings from district champions Skye Barberi (119 pounds) and Praise Pet tus (139). Pettus 355 total pounds lifted (180 bench, 175 clean and jerk) were 10 pounds short of River Ridges Alexis LiCalsi, and Barberis total of 320 pounds (170 bench, 150 clean and jerk) were 10 pounds short of Sunlakes Alexandra Ruiz. While proud of their showings, Bagley said both lifters were handicapped by two judging errors. They were situations that may have caused Praise a state title and threw Skye off a bit, Bagley said. That little contro versy kind of got people in the negative mind frame for a bit, but we came back from it. The other three individual medalist were Alyssa Jones (110) and Kylie Shel ley (119), each of whom nished fourth in their respective weight classes, and Chel sea King (154). Jones, who dominated at 101 pounds for most of the season until joining Friar at a more comfortable weight, lifted a to tal of 275 pounds (120 bench, 155 clean and jerk). She had a great shot at 101, but we knew 110 was a better weight for her health-wise, Bagley said. Shelley, meanwhile, lifted 295 (150 bench, 145 clean and jerk) to score three pivotal points, and King lifted 320 (160 bench, 160 clean and jerk) to score a point for a Raiders team hellbent on ending the string of second-place showings. Im just super thrilled for the seniors, said Bagley, who mentioned the success wouldnt have been possible without the hard work of Aaron Daniel, who built the program before leaving for Niceville last year. Theyve been on the other side of close calls so many times, so today it just felt the tide was going to turn our way and it did. NICK TOMECECK | Halifax Media Group Navarre senior Amanda Friar wins the schools rst individual title and leads team to rst-ever team championship

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www.srpressgazette.com Wednesday, February 13, 2013 A Section SPORTS 10626398 Special to the Press Gazette The No. 13 West Florida baseball team scored ve runs in the nal four innings to rally for an 8-4 win at Rollins on Sunday to complete a three-game sweep. The Argonauts improved to 6-0 with the win, marking the teams best start since going 7-0 in 1997. It was very gratifying to get that win today and be 6-0, said UWF head coach Mike Jeffcoat. We have a lot of improving to do and things we want to work on, but were nding ways to win. Were not clicking on all cylinders, but the guys are hanging together, and they have the will to win. Thats the most important thing right now. Senior center elder Dustin Saulmon (Panama City/Alabama Southern CC) led the UWF (6-0) offense, hitting 4-for-5 with four runs scored. The leadoff hitter also belted a double and triple, and he now is hitting .476 with ve extra-base hits this year. Thats the job of a leadoff hitter, Saulmon said. I try to go up there and put the ball in play, use some speed and get things started. Saulmon got things started with a leadoff double in the rst, and he came around to score the rst run of the game on an RBI single by junior Kaleb Barlow (Florence, Miss./ Chipola). Sophomore third baseman Michael Tomlinson (Orlando/Winter Park HS) then doubled down the left eld line to put the Argos up 2-0. Another Argonaut run came home in the fth, as Saulmon tripled down the right eld line and came around to score on a throwing error by the right elder. UWF starter Dayan Rodriguez (Sarasota/State College of Florida) pitched four scoreless innings, but in the fth he allowed two singles and a walk to load the bases. Rollins (1-3) then tied the score against the Argonaut bullpen. The Argos took the lead again the next inning, as junior catcher Garrett Flynn (Davie/Sagemont Upper School) singled home a run. UWF then added one insurance run in the seventh and three in the ninth. Two of the runs came home on a pinch hit double by junior Jeremy Bajdaun (Hialeah/Florida International). Sophomore Kevin Peters (Orlando/ Edgewater HS) pitched 2.1 scoreless innings and picked up the win (1-0), and the left-hander struck out three while allowing just one walk and no hits. Rollins starting pitcher Anthony Figliolia was credited with the loss (0-1) after allowing four runs in 5.2 innings. The Argos will take their six-game winning streak on the road next weekend to Dahlonega, Ga., as they face Shorter on Friday, North Georgia on Saturday and Millersville on Sunday. For information on all UWF athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com. Pace v. Milton tennis Below are the results from the recent tennis match between Pace and Milton on Feb. 7 at Pace. Pace boys won 7-0 Pace girls won 6-1. BOYS SINGLES Zack Peranich (Pace) won 8-0 v. Thomas Dempsey (Milton) Matt Linscott (Pace) won 8-0 v. Kier Gassett (Milton) Logan Brabham (Pace) won 8-2 v. Border Williams (Milton) Sean Ennis (Pace) won 8-0 v. Adrian Dunn (Milton) Michael King (Pace) won 8-1 v. Brian Abergis (Milton) BOYS DOUBLES Peranich/Linscott (Pace) won 8-0 v. Dempsey/Border (Milton) Brabham/Ennis (Pace) won 8-0 v. Kier/ Dunn (Milton) GIRLS Cara Scott (Milton) won 8-3 v. Pace Riley Waggle Hanna Abrams (Pace) won 8-0 v. Marta Mack (Milton) Meghan Richards (Pace) won 8-0 v. Jasmu Howard (Milton) Laini Vermillion (Pace) won 8-0 v. Bailey Jackson (Milton) Alyssa Dulay (Pace) won 8-1 v. Isabel Lopez (Milton) Waggle/Abrams (Pace) won 8-1 v. Scott/ Mack (Milton) Richards/Vermillion (Pace) won 8-1 v. Howard/Lopez (Milton) UWF Softball seeks skilled players Sports SHORTS Do you have a sports story? If you know of an upcoming event or would like to see something in the sports section of the paper, please email joshuasrpg@gmail.com. University of West Florida Elite girls softball organization is looking to ll a few positions for next summer in the 14U and 18U age groups. Both teams will be coached by former college players. If you are a serious player, email or call to set up an individual tryout at dlroesle@aol.com or 723-2936. The organization would like to remind those interested that this event is for serious players only. Argos rally late to complete sweep Page 12 Were not clicking on all cylinders, but the guys are hanging together, and they have the will to win. Thats the most important thing right now. USF head coach Mike Jeffcoat

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LIFESTYLE www.srpressgazette.com Wednesday, February 13, 2013 B Section Page 1 Purple, green and gold beads decorated Stewart Street and all those standing on it Friday night at the annual Milton Mardi Gras Parade. Main Street Miltons Mardi Gras Parade stepped off at 6 p.m. Friday and made its way from Milton High School, south on Stewart Street and ended on Elva Street near Regions Bank. Adults and kids alike scrambled for beads as they were thrown from oats and those walking in the parade. Local businesses, such as Bikes Plus, East Milton Youth Association, Milton High School NJROTC and Cat Country, among several others, participated in the colorful parade.

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Local B2 | Santa Rosas Press Gazette Wednesday, February 13, 2013 6014837 Santa Rosas Press This is for a new year-long subscribers only. NORTHWEST REGION Feb. 1-7 ESCAMBIA COUNTY Just after midnight, Lt. Brian Lambert checked two individuals at the Quintet Boat Ramp on the Escambia River. The subjects had just returned to the ramp and their vessel was still in the water. They were in possession of a rie, shotgun, and a spotlight. One of the individuals was acting nervous, stepped behind the vehicle, and attempted to dump something out of his pocket. The subject was found to be in possession of cannabis and drug paraphernalia and was issued a notice to appear citation for the violations. Both subjects said they were camping and returned to their vehicle to get more food and alcohol. SANTA ROSA COUNTY COPS Ofcers Royce Johnson, Joe Murphy, Steve Hoomes, David Jernigan, Reserve Ofcer Lila Wise, Lt. Eric Hall, Captains Mary Sumner and Rocky Clement, together with FWC Wildlife and Fisheries staff, worked the second weekend of the annual Mobility Impaired Hunt at the Blackwater WMA Hutton Unit. The ofcers teamed with staff from other FWC Divisions to provide the hunters with a meal each day, assist with tracking down deer, retrieve and clean deer and assist the hunters in enjoying a safe quality hunting experience. During the second weekend of the Mobility Impaired Hunt, 50 hunters and their hunt assistants participated in the annual event harvesting a total of 12 deer (one antlered, 11 antlerless). OKALOOSA COUNTY Lt. Mark Hollinhead and Ofcer Phillip Grifth responded to a complaint of dogs pursuing deer in the still hunt area of Blackwater WMA. Lieutenant Hollinhead and Ofcer Grifth were given a detailed description of the two vehicles involved. The vehicles and subjects were located exiting the management area. When the ofcers tried to identify a passenger in one of the vehicles, he was evasive, very nervous, and stated he did not have any identication. When the subject pulled out his trouser pockets, in an attempt to show the ofcers he did not have his identication, drug paraphernalia dropped to the ground. Realizing his error, he quickly ed on foot into a wooded area. As the subject dove head rst over a barbed wire fence, his wallet dropped to the ground. The wallet contained an identication card. Once he was identied, the ofcers discovered he was a habitual felony offender and had active warrants for felony drug possession and driving while license suspended. The Okaloosa County Sheriffs Department responded with a K-9 Ofcer and searched for the subject until the ofcers determined he got a ride from a nearby residence and left the area. The subjects vehicle was located and discovered to have an altered tag attached which was not registered to the vehicle. The sheriff departments K-9 alerted on the vehicle, and a subsequent search conrmed the vehicle contained illegal drugs. Contents of a methamphetamine lab were removed from the vehicle and residue on items tested positive for methamphetamine. Charges will be direct-led with the State Attorneys Ofce for manufacturing methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia, hunting violations, possible possession of a rearm by convicted felon, and resisting arrest without violence. Elementary, middle and high school teachers are encouraged to have their students participate in the annual Endangered Spe cies Day Youth Art Con test, an integral part of the eighth annual national En dangered Species Day, cel ebrated on May 17. The U.S. Fish and Wild life Service and numerous conservation organizations will observe Endangered Species Day to recognize conservation efforts un derway across the nation aimed at helping Americas imperiled species. This year also commemorates the 40th anniversary of the En dangered Species Act. Started in 2006 by the United States Congress, Endangered Species Day is a celebration of the na tions rarest plant and ani mal species. The Youth Art Contest provides students from kindergarten to high school with an opportunity to learn about threatened and endangered species and express their knowl edge and support through artwork. Young artists who are home-schooled and par ticipate in youth groups are also eligible to submit their art. Previous winners have come from California, Min nesota, New Jersey, Loui siana and as far away as Alaska. Entries must be postmarked by March 15. This year, the Endan gered Species Day Youth Art Contest nalists will be judged by a prestigious pan el of artists, photographers and conservationists, in cluding Wyland, renowned marine life artist; Jack Hanna, host of Jack Han nas Into the Wild; David Littschwager, a freelance photographer and regu lar contributor to National Geographic Magazine; Su san Middletown, a photog rapher who has collaborat ed with Littschwager and whose own work has been published in four books; and Alice Tangerini, botanical illustrator for the Smithson ian Institution. The International Child Art Foundation (ICAF) will select the 40 seminalists from thousands of entries. It takes empathy, direct action and awareness to prevent the extinction of en dangered species. Art can certainly play an important role. The Youth Art Contest is an ideal platform to engage the next generation. Winners will be chosen in four categories (K-Grade 2, Grades 3-5, Grades 6-8 and Grades 9-12) and will receive plaques and art supply gift packs. In addi tion, one grand prize winner will be honored with their name engraved on a special trophy and receive a roundtrip ight to Washington, D.C., with one guardian to attend a reception in May. The grand prize winner will also receive art supplies and a special art lesson (via Skype) from Wyland, the artist. The Youth Art Contest is organized by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the En dangered Species Coalition, the Association of Zoos and Aquariums and the Interna tional Child Art Foundation. For more information, in cluding judging criteria and an entry form, visit http:// www.endangeredspecies day.org/. Many of the Services eld and regional ofces will be hosting events in their communities and providing unique programs to visitors on endangered species con servation in celebration of Endangered Species Day. For more information on how you can nd an event near you, please visit http:// www.fws.gov/endangered/ ESDay/index.html. Americas sh, wildlife and plant resources belong to all of us, and ensuring the health of imperiled species is a shared responsibility. To learn more about the Ser vices Endangered Species program, go to http://www. fws.gov/endangered/ where you can download podcasts and nd links to follow us on Twitter and Facebook. Service announces annual Endangered Species Day Youth Art Contest FLORIDA FISH AND WILDLIFE CONSER V ATION COMMISSION @ srpressgazetteFO LL OW US ON T W ITTER Announces For Your Convenience SATURDAY OFFICE HOURS 9:00 AM 12:00 NOON in addition to regular hours Both Milton & Midway Oces January 5th thru February 23rd To assist in exemption ling for: HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION SENIOR CITIZEN EXEMPTION DISABILITY EXEMPTIONS AGRICULTURAL CLASSIFICATION REGULAR OFFICE HOURS: Monday thru Friday 8:00 am 4:30 pm For additional information: (850) 983-1880 or (850) 934-8175 or visit our website at: www.srcpa.org Greg Brown, CFA Santa Rosa County Property Appraiser 6012792

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Local Santa Rosas Press Gazette| B3 Wednesday, February 13, 2013 To vote go online at www.nwfdailynews.com Round 3 Voting: LAST ROUND! Narrows to 10 Entrants and Winner FEB. 11TH-18TH $1 Per Vote Voting Bundles: 6 Votes:$10 | 12 Votes for $20 50 Votes for $40 | 100 Votes for $75 FOR QUESTIONS CALL LOTTE NICHOLS AT 315-4489. For a complete set of rules, go to www.nwfdailynews.com Second Place :$250, Third Place: $100. all participants will be featured in the Northwest Florida Daily News special section FIRST PLACE WINS $500! 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Pick up your own copy today but re member, they are only at stores that also sell saltwater shing licenses. The newest edition has a striking photo of the invasive lionsh on the cover and features an article request ing public assistance removing these sh from Floridas waters. It also in cludes information on upcoming reg ulation changes for giant anemone, unicorn lesh and Atlantic black sea bass. Love shing for spotted seatrout or red drum? Check out the new maps detailing special management zones within the Gulf and Atlantic. Having tangible reference materials to carry along is a wonderful thing. But keeping the public up-to-date with all the seasons, bag limits and size limits via a printed booklet can be challeng ing. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Con servation Commission (FWC) man ages more than 500 saltwater species and has ve decision-making meetings each year. Fishing regulations can and do change, and while these booklets may be nice, due to cost they cannot be updated and redistributed every time a new regulation takes effect. Many an glers believe regulations become effec tive only on Jan. 1 and July 1, when the saltwater booklets are distributed, but that is simply not the case. Sometimes, important rulemaking decisions have not been made when we go to print. For example, when you get your copy of the new booklet, take a look at the Closed Season informa tion for Gulf gag grouper and red snap per (pages 12-13). While these are two of the most important recreational sh in the Gulf, we were unable to include the open season dates for 2013, as those dates have not been determined. What is an angler to do? Always be sure to check our electronic versions of the regulations, which are acces sible on the Internet or through our mobile website, before hitting the wa ter. At MyFWC.com/Fishing, regula tory updates can be made at the touch of a button, instantly, and at no cost to anyone. No web access or unsure about a regulation? You can always call us at 850-487-0554 any weekday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. This story is continued online at www.srpressgazette.com. Check un der our outdoor section. Stay informed with new saltwater shing publication Pensacola BayTHURSDAY, FEB. 14 3:11 AM CST High tide 0.19 Feet 5:28 AM CST Low tide 0.18 Feet 6:29 AM CST Sunrise 8:55 AM CST Moonrise 2:02 PM CST High tide 0.63 Feet 5:36 PM CST Sunset 10:13 PM CST Moonset 11:41 PM CST Low tide -0.03 FeetFRIDAY, FEB. 15, 2013 6:28 AM CST Sunrise 9:32 AM CST Moonrise 2:31 PM CST High tide 0.76 Feet 5:37 PM CST Sunset 11:08 PM CST MoonsetSA TURDAY, FEB. 16, 2013 1:38 AM CST Low tide -0.14 Feet 6:27 AM CST Sunrise 10:11 AM CST Moonrise 3:10 PM CST High tide 0.85 Feet 5:38 PM CST SunsetSUNDAY, FEB. 17, 2013 12:02 AM CST Moonset 3:01 AM CST Low tide -0.24 Feet 6:27 AM CST Sunrise 10:52 AM CST Moonrise 2:31 PM CST 1st Quarter moon 3:59 PM CST High tide 0.91 Feet 5:38 PM CST SunsetEast BayTHURSDAY, FEB. 14, 2013 3:56 AM CST High tide 0.23 Feet 6:28 AM CST Sunrise 6:46 AM CST Low tide 0.22 Feet 8:54 AM CST Moonrise 2:45 PM CST High tide 0.76 Feet 5:35 PM CST Sunset 10:12 PM CST MoonsetFRIDAY, FEB. 15, 2013 12:57 AM CST Low tide -0.04 Feet 6:27 AM CST Sunrise 9:31 AM CST Moonrise 3:14 PM CST High tide 0.91 Feet 5:36 PM CST Sunset 11:07 PM CST MoonsetSA TURDAY, FEB. 16, 2013 2:56 AM CST Low tide -0.17 Feet 6:26 AM CST Sunrise 10:10 AM CST Moonrise 3:53 PM CST High tide 1.02 Feet 5:36 PM CST SunsetSUNDAY, FEB. 17, 2013 12:01 AM CST Moonset 4:17 AM CST Low tide -0.28 Feet 6:25 AM CST Sunrise 10:51 AM CST Moonrise 2:31 PM CST 1st Quarter moon 4:44 PM CST High tide 1.09 Feet 5:37 PM CST SunsetBlackwater RiverTHURSDAY, FEB. 14, 2013 4:52 AM CST High tide 0.23 Feet 6:29 AM CST Sunrise 7:16 AM CST Low tide 0.22 Feet 8:54 AM CST Moonrise 3:41 PM CST High tide 0.76 Feet 5:35 PM CST Sunset 10:12 PM CST MoonsetFRIDAY, FEB. 15, 2013 1:27 AM CST Low tide -0.04 Feet 6:28 AM CST Sunrise 9:31 AM CST Moonrise 4:10 PM CST High tide 0.91 Feet 5:36 PM CST Sunset 11:08 PM CST MoonsetSA TURDAY, FEB. 16, 2013 3:26 AM CST Low tide -0.17 Feet 6:27 AM CST Sunrise 10:10 AM CST Moonrise 4:49 PM CST High tide 1.02 Feet 5:37 PM CST SunsetSUNDAY, FEB. 17, 2013 12:02 AM CST Moonset 4:47 AM CST Low tide -0.28 Feet 6:26 AM CST Sunrise 10:51 AM CST Moonrise 2:31 PM CST 1st Quarter moon 5:37 PM CST Sunset 5:40 PM CST High tide 1.09 FeetNavarre BeachTHURSDAY, FEB. 14, 2013 4:45 AM CST Low tide 0.00 Feet 6:28 AM CST Sunrise 8:54 AM CST Moonrise 11:47 AM CST High tide 0.47 Feet 5:35 PM CST Sunset 7:08 PM CST Low tide -0.01 Feet 9:10 PM CST High tide 0.01 Feet 10:11 PM CST MoonsetFRIDAY, FEB. 15, 2013 12:37 AM CST Low tide -0.04 Feet 6:27 AM CST Sunrise 9:31 AM CST Moonrise 12:05 PM CST High tide 0.61 Feet 5:35 PM CST Sunset 11:07 PM CST MoonsetSA TURDAY, FEB. 16, 2013 1:18 AM CST Low tide -0.17 Feet 6:26 AM CST Sunrise 10:10 AM CST Moonrise 12:50 PM CST High tide 0.71 Feet 5:36 PM CST SunsetSUNDAY, FEB. 17, 2013 12:00 AM CST Moonset 1:55 AM CST Low tide -0.27 Feet 6:25 AM CST Sunrise 10:51 AM CST Moonrise 1:43 PM CST High tide 0.78 Feet 2:31 PM CST 1st Quarter moon 5:37 PM CST Sunset Tides

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ClassifiedsB6| Santa Rosa’s Press Gazette Wednesday, February 13, 2013 Dependable Housekeeper Over 20 years of experience! References Available 850-995-0009 Stewart’s Tractor Works & Land Clearing, Inc. Tree & Stump Removal from trimming to takedown. Debris removal & Storm Clean-Up. Demolition & Hauling. Land Clearing. Backhoe & Trackhoe Work. Heavy Brush & Forestry Mowing. Tree work done by man lift. 516-1801 or 675-4291 Licensed & Insured Free Estimates PAUL STEWART 1/78 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA Case No.: 2012-1285-CA Division: Circuit Civil SHANE METZGER Plaintiff, vs. VIRGINIA C. GRAHAM Defendant NOTICE OF ACTION TO: Virginia C. Graham, Defendant, and to all parties claiming interest by, through, under or against Defendant, and all parties having or claiming to have any right, title or interest in the property herein described. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that you have been designated as defendant in a legal proceeding filed against you for damages in excess of $15,000.00 not including attorney’s fees and costs. The action involves real property in Santa Rosa County, Florida, more fully described as follows: Lot 9, Block A, Palmetto Lake Preserve, according to the plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book 9, Pages 75-78, of the Public Records of Santa Rosa County, Florida The Property Appraiser’s Parcel Identification Number is 23-2S-26-301300A00-0090 The action was instituted in the First Judicial Circuit Court, Santa Rosa County, Florida, and is styled SHANE METZGER vs. VIRGINIA C. GRAHAM. You are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to the action on Kristopher A. Vanderlaan, Plaintiff’s attorney, whose address is 2337 East Silver Springs Blvd. Ocala, Florida 34470, on or before Feb 28, 2013, and file 1/124 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA JUVENILE DIVISION IN THE INTEREST OF: C.N. DOB: 11/30/1994 D.N. DOB: 02/16/1997 F.N. DOB: 12/26/1999 S.N. DOB: 03/26/2003 A.N. DOB: 07/07/2006 A CHILD CASE NUMBER 1999-DP-599 NOTICE OF ACTION AND OF HEARING FOR TERMINA TION OF P ARENT AL RIGHTS AND GU ARD IANSHIP THE ST A TE OF FL OR ID A TO: Juanita Nall, Mother Whereabouts/Residence Unknown A Petition for Termination of Parental Rights under oath has been filed in this Court regarding the above referenced child. Pursuant to Sections 39.804(4)(d) and 63.082(6)(g), Florida Statutes, you are hereby informed of the availability of private placement with an adoption entity, as defined in Section 63.032(3), Florida Statutes. You are to appear before the Honorable John F. Simon, Jr. at the Santa Rosa County Courthouse, located at 6865 Caroline Street, S.E., Milton, Florida 32570, at 1:30 P.M., on 21st March, 2013 You must appear at the hearing on the date and time specified. FAILURE TO PERSONALLY APPEAR AT THIS ADVISORY HEARING CONSTITUTES CONSENT TO THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS TO THIS CHILD (THESE CHILDREN). IF YOU FAIL TO APPEAR ON THE DATE AND TIME SPECIFIED YOU MAY LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS TO THE CHILD (OR CHILDREN) WHOSE INITHALS APPEAR ABOVE. 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 Court Administration, ADA Liaison, Santa Rosa County, 6865 Caroline Street, Milton, Florida 32570, Phone (850) 623-3159, Fax (850) 982-0602; ADA.SantaRosa@flcourts1.g ov, at least seven days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. PLEASE BE GOVERNED ACCORDINGLY. WITNESS my hand and seal of this Court at Milton, Santa Rosa County, Florida, on this 18 day of February, 2013. DONALD C. SPENCER CLERK OF COURT By: Suzanne Brooks Deputy Clerk 2/13, 2/20, 20/37, & 3/6/2013 1/124

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DOB: 10/11/1999 K.T. DOB: 02/02/2005 A CHILD CASE NUMBER 2011-DP-134 NOTICE OF ACTION AND OF HEARING FOR TERMINA TION OF P ARENT AL RIGHTS AND GU ARD IANSHIP THE ST A TE OF FL ORID A TO: Nicolas Joseph, Father Whereabouts/Residence Unknown A Petition for Termination of Parental Rights under oath has been filed in this Court regarding the above referenced child. Pursuant to Sections 39.804(4)(d) and 63.082(6)(g), Florida Statutes, you are hereby informed of the availability of private placement with an adoption entity, as defined in Section 63.032(3), Florida Statutes. You are to appear before the Honorable John F. Simon, Jr. at the Santa Rosa County Courthouse, located at 6865 Caroline Street, S.E., Milton, Florida 32570, at 1:30 P.M., on 21st March, 2013 You must appear at the hearing on the date and time specified. FAILURE TO PERSONALLY APPEAR AT THIS ADVISORY HEARING CONSTITUTES CONSENT TO THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS TO THIS CHILD (THESE CHILDREN). IF YOU FAIL TO APPEAR ON THE DATE AND TIME SPECIFIED YOU MAY LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS TO THE CHILD (OR CHILDREN) WHOSE INITHALS APPEAR ABOVE. 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 Court Administration, ADA Liaison, Santa Rosa County, 6865 Caroline Street, Milton, Florida 32570, Phone (850) 623-3159, Fax (850) 982-0602; ADA.SantaRosa@flcourts1.g ov, at least seven days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. PLEASE BE GOVERNED ACCORDINGLY. WITNESS my hand and seal of this Court at Milton, Santa Rosa County, Florida, on this 18 day of February, 2013. DONALD C. 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Wednesday February 13, 2013 FREE EDITION TAKE ONE Dear Brothers, I have convoked you to this Consistory, not only for the three canonizations, but also to communicate to you a decision of great importance for the life of the Church. After having repeatedly examined my conscience before God, I have come to the certainty that my strengths, due to an advanced age, are no longer suited to an adequate exercise of the Petrine ministry. I am well aware that this ministry, due to its essential spiritual nature, must be carried out not only with words and deeds, but no less with prayer and suffering. However, in todays world, subject to so many rapid changes and shaken by questions of deep relevance for the life of faith, in order to govern the bark of Saint Peter and proclaim the Gospel, both strength of mind and body are necessary, strength which in the last few months, has deteriorated in me to the extent that I have had to recognize my incapacity to adequately ful ll the ministry entrusted to me. For this reason, and well aware of the seriousness of this act, with full freedom I declare that I renounce the ministry of Bishop of Rome, Successor of Saint Peter, entrusted to me by the Cardinals on 19 April 2005, in such a way, that as from 28 February 2013, at 20:00 hours, the See of Rome, the See of Saint Peter, will be vacant and a Conclave to elect the new Supreme Pontiff will have to be convoked by those whose competence it is. Dear Brothers, I thank you most sincerely for all the love and work with which you have supported me in my ministry and I ask pardon for all my defects. And now, let us entrust the Holy Church to the care of Our Supreme Pastor, Our Lord Jesus Christ, and implore his holy Mother Mary, so that she may assist the Cardinal Fathers with her maternal solicitude, in electing a new Supreme Pontiff. With regard to myself, I wish to also devotedly serve the Holy Church of God in the future through a life dedicated to prayer. FREE FREE Pope Benedict XVI, 85, announces resignation AP PHOTOS INSIDE Potential successors Other papal resignations throughout history Pope Benedict XVIs achievements Lenten season approaching PAGE 3 I renounce the ministry of Bishop of Rome

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A2 | Santa Rosa Free Press Wednesday, February 13, 2013 LOS ANGELES (AP) Mumford & Sons wrapped up a completely unpredictable Grammy Awards with perhaps the most surprising win of the night, taking home album of the year. It was an event that even shocked the London folk-rockers. We gured we werent going to win anything because The Black Keys have been sweeping up all day, rightfully so, Marcus Mumford said. Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys ended up the nights top winner with four trophies, including producer of the year and three rock category victories with bandmate Patrick Carney. But it was hardly a clean sweep as The Recording Academys thousands of voters spread the love for the years top singles. Fun. took home major awards best new artist, in something of an upset over Frank Ocean, and song of the year for the transcendent anthem We Are Young, featuring Janelle Monae. I didnt think we were going to win this one, lead singer Nate Ruess said after the best new artist win. Frank Ocean. The Lumineers. Everybody, amazing. Like Mumford & Sons, Gotye busted up the predictions, taking record of the year for 2012s topselling single, the haunting Somebody That I Used To Know, featuring Kimbra, and nished with three awards. Prince, in hood and sunglasses and carrying a sparkly silver cane, presented him with the record of the year trophy and the Australian paid tribute to The Purple Ones inuence. A little bit lost for words, to receive an award from the man standing behind us with the cane, Gotye said. Many years listening to this mans music growing up and a big reason I was inspired to make music. Thank you. Jay-Z and Kanye West had three wins sharing one award with Ocean along with Skrillex, and a slew of nominees had two wins apiece, including former best new artist winner Esperanza Spalding. Ocean was shut out in the major categories but took home two trophies, including best urban contemporary album. Only Chris Brown, with whom Ocean scufed last month, remained seated as the 25-year-old R&B winner walked to the stage during a standing ovation. Ocean beat Brown, who attended with girlfriend Rihanna, in the category. Ocean won also won best rap/sung collaboration for No Church in the Wild with fellow top nominees Jay-Z and West, and The-Dream. The win came after victories for Jay-Z and West for best rap song and best rap performance for ... in Paris, another Watch the Throne track. Ocean also performed his song Forrest Gump, the love song written about a man that rst started the buzz that led to his announcement that his rst love was a man. The Black Keys took best rock performance for Lonely Boy during the main telecast and earlier in the day won best rock song for Lonely Boy and best rock album for El Camino. He also got an assist but no trophy on Dr. Johns best blues album Locked Down, which he produced. Other winners included Rihanna, Beyonce, Mumford & Sons and Taylor Swift, who opened the show as the Mad Hatter. Swift dressed in white top hat, tails, shorts and tall boots during the surreal version of her hummable hit We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together that included a troop of mime clowns and a guy on a tricycle with a ame-thrower attached. The singer pretended to talk to the offending boyfriend on the phone: Im busy opening the Grammys and were never getting back together. Justin Timberlake debuted new tracks Suit & Tie with Jay-Z and Pusher Love in a performance that was broadcast in retro black and white. Rihanna and the extended Marley family paid tribute to Bob Marley. Sting and Bruno Mars helped each other out on their hits Locked Out of Heaven and Walking on the Moon. Elton John and Ed Sheeran teamed on The A Team and Miguel and Wiz Khalifa joined forces teamed up on Adorn. Alicia Keys played drums during Maroon 5s Daylight, before Adam Levines band backed her on Girl on Fire. Jack White brought both his male and female bands on stage, tearing through Love Interruption and Freedom at 21 before a standing ovation from the crowd. And Elton John, Mavis Staples, Brown, Mumford & Sons and Brittany Howard of Alabama Shakes paid tribute to the late Levon Helm with a spirited rendition of The Weight. Adele won the rst award of the night on the main telecast, taking home best pop solo performance for Set Fire to the Rain (Live), in one of the nights least-surprising moments though the singer was somewhat taken aback. I just wanted to be part of the night, because I loved it last year, obviously, she said of winning a record-tying six awards in 2012. Carrie Underwood won best country solo performance for Blown Away, Zac Brown Band won best country album for Uncaged and Kelly Clarkson turned in the nights most exuberant acceptance speech after winning best pop vocal album for Stronger. After hugging much of the front row and momentarily getting stuck to Miranda Lamberts dress, Clarkson charged the stage with a giant smile. Miguel, I dont know who the hell you are, but we need to sing together, she said. I mean, good God. That was the sexiest dancing Ive ever seen. Skrillex won best dance recording for Bangarang, featuring Sirah, best dance/electronica album for Bangarang and best remixed recording a year after winning those same awards in his rst appearance at the Grammys. You know what, I thought Id get used to it, but I tripped over every word when I was up there, Skrillex said of his acceptance speeches. I felt like I just wanted a pool of ice water and just couldnt even breathe or think. It was crazy. I think it was even crazier than last year. Celebrities rolled down the red carpet in the early afternoon under heavy police guard during a continued manhunt for an alleged cop killer. Many stars showed a fair amount of skin check out the Twitter pic of Ellen DeGeneres ogling Katy Perrys revealing dress despite CBSs mandate that stars dress appropriately with butts, breasts and other sensitive areas covered adequately. Nevertheless, Jennifer Lopez showed up on stage in a dress slit all the way to her hip. As you can see, I read the memo, Lopez joked. S. RICK FAIRCLOTH, EA, ATA, ATP TONI BREWER, ACCOUNTANT, BBA The Answers May Determine Your Success 6012560 6012206 6012128 2362847 2093904 Gun Show February 23rd & 24th Ft. 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Santa Rosa Free Press| A3 Wednesday, February 13, 2013 6012151 VATICAN CITY (AP) Declar ing he lacks the strength to do his job, Pope Benedict XVI an nounced Monday he will resign Feb. 28 becoming the rst pontiff to step down in 600 years. His decision sets the stage for a mid-March conclave to elect a new leader for a Roman Catho lic Church in deep turmoil. The 85-year-old pope dropped the bombshell in Latin during a meeting of Vatican cardinals, surprising even his closest col laborators even though he had made clear previously he would step down if he became too old or inrm to carry on. Benedict called his choice a decision of great importance for the life of the church. Indeed, the move allows the Vatican to hold a conclave be fore Easter to elect a new pope, because the traditional nine days of mourning that would fol low the death of a pope doesnt have to be observed. Benedict already has handpicked the bulk of the College of Cardinals the princes of the church who will elect the next pope to guarantee his con servative legacy and ensure an orthodox future for the church. Without doubt this is a his toric moment, said Cardinal Christoph Schoenborn, a pro tege and former theology stu dent of Benedicts who himself is considered a papal contender. Right now, 1.2 billion Catholics the world over are holding their breath. Cardinal Andre Vingt-Trois, the archbishop of Paris, called the decision a liberating act for the future, saying popes from now on no longer will feel compelled to stay on until their death. One could say that in a cer tain manner, Pope Benedict XVI broke a taboo, he told report ers in Paris. The Vatican stressed that no specic medical condition prompted Benedicts decision, that he remained fully lucid and took his decision independently. Any interference or inter vention is alien to his style, Vatican spokesman the Rev. Federico Lombardi said. It has been obvious to all that the pope has slowed down sig nicantly in recent years, cut ting back his foreign travel and limiting his audiences. He now goes to and from the altar in St. Peters Basilica on a moving platform to spare him the long walk down the aisle. Occasion ally he uses a cane. During his tenure, Benedict charted a very conservative course for the church, trying to reawaken Christianity in Eu rope where it had fallen by the wayside and return the church to its traditional roots, which he felt had been betrayed by an incorrect interpretation of the modernizing reforms of the Second Vatican Council. His efforts though, were overshadowed by a worldwide clerical sex abuse scandal, communication gaffes that out raged Jews and Muslims alike and, more recently, a scandal over leaked documents by his own butler. Many of his stated priorities as pope also fell short: he failed to establish relations with China, heal the schism and reunite with the Orthodox Church, or reconcile with a group of breakaway, traditional ist Catholics. Still, most Vatican watchers saw his decision as the best thing to do for the church given his diminished capacities. It is an act ultimately of responsibility and love for the church, said the Rev. John Wauck, an Opus Dei priest who teaches at the Pontical Holy Cross University in Rome. All cardinals under age 80 are allowed to vote in the conclave, the secret meeting held in the Sistine Chapel where cardinals cast ballots to elect a new pope. As per tradition, the ballots are burned after each voting round; black smoke that snakes out of the chimney means no pope has been chosen, while white smoke means a pope has been elected. Whoever Benedicts succes sor is, he will face a church in turmoil: The sex abuse scandal has driven away thousands of people, particularly in Europe. Rival churches, particularly evangelical Pentecostal groups in the developing world, pose new competition. And as the pope himself has long lamented, many people in an increasingly secular world simply believe they dont need God. The timing of Benedicts an nouncement was signicant: Lent begins this week on Ash Wednesday, the most solemn period on the churchs calen dar that culminates with Holy Week and Easter on March 31. It is also the period in which the world witnessed the nal days of John Pauls papacy in 2005. By Easter Sunday, the Catho lic Church will have a new lead er, a potent symbol of rebirth in the church that echoes the res urrection of Christ celebrated on Easter. Pope to resign Feb. 28, says hes too inrm POSSIBLE SUCCESSORS Contenders to be his successor include Cardinal Angelo Scola, archbishop of Milan, Schoenborn, the archbishop of Vienna, and Cardinal Marc Ouellet, the Canadian head of the Vaticans ofce for bishops. There also will be a very big spotlight cast on Cardinal Gianfranco Ravasi, the Italian head of the Vaticans culture ofce, who has long been on the list of papabile. Benedict selected him to preside over the Vaticans spiritual exercises during Lent. Longshots include Cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York. Although Dolan is popular and backs the popesconservative line, being from such a world super power will probably not count in his favor. That might also rule out Cardinal Raymond Burke, an archconservative and the Vaticans top judge, even if he is known and respected by most Vatican cardinals. Given half of the worlds Catholics live in the global south, there once again will be arguments for a pope to come from the developing world. Cardinal Antonio Tagle, the archbishop of Manila, has impressed many Vatican watchers, but at 56 and having only been named a cardinal last year, he is considered too young. Cardinal Peter Kodwo Appiah Turkson of Ghana is one of the highest-ranking African cardinals at the Vatican, currently heading the Vaticans ofce for justice and peace, but hes something of a wild card. There are several papabile in Latin America, though the most well-known, Cardinal Oscar Andres Rodriguez Maradiaga of Honduras, is considered far too liberal to be elected by such a conservative College of Cardinals. PRECEDENTS FOR PAPAL RESIGNATIONS Popes are allowed to resign but church law says the decision must be freely made and properly manifested. Still, only a handful have done it in the two millennia history of the Catholic Church. Marcellinus: This early church pope abdicated or was deposed in 304 after complying with the Roman emperors order to offer sacrice to the pagan gods. Benedict IX: Sold the papacy to his godfather Gregory VI and resigned in 1045. Celestine V: Overwhelmed by the demands of the ofce, this hermetic pontiff stepped down after ve months as pope in 1294. Pope Benedict XVI prayed at his tomb in the central Italian city of LAquila in 2009. Gregory XII: The last pope to resign, Gregory XII stepped down in 1415 to help end a church schism. AP Cardinal Angelo Sodano, Dean of the College of Cardinals, center, talks to other cardinals after Pope Benedict XVI announced his resignation during a meeting with the cardinals, at the Vatican on Monday.

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