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Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
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Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Publication Date: April 30, 2008
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Santa Dosa's Press


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Search for teen continues


By JENI SENTER
jsenter@srpressga-ette.comfl
Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Deputies are still
searching for Leah Rain
Ammons, 14 and missing
since April 18. She is
believed to be with a Milton
man, Ricky Spears, 43, who
has an extensive criminal
history including armed rob-
bery,' burglary and narcotics
violations.


Ammons and Spears are
believed to be hiding in the
woods off Munson Highway,
across the road from the
Spears' residence.
Ammons' family has
been camping on site for the
last several days and her
father, Mark Ammons, has
actually trekked through the
thickly wooded area in
search of his daughter, who
he fears is in serious peril.


Th e
juvenile
w a s
reported-
ly picked
up by
Spears
from an
all night
r ol 1 e r
s k a t e
party in
Milton 12


Ammons


days ago.
See TEEN Page 5A
Leah Rain Ammons' family
have set up a camp across
from the area they believe
Ammons and Ricky Spears
are camping out in until she
is found. Ammons has been
missing since April 18 and
law enforcement conducted a
search of a wooded area off
Munson Highway.
Press Gazette photo
by Jeni Senter


Missing


inmate


captured

By BILL GAMBLIN
bgamblin @srpressgazette.com
The search for an inmate
accidentally released due to a
clerical error is now over.
Scott
Earl1
Menefee,

Pace, was
l-ocated
o n
SundaMy
after a tip
led them
to an
address M ..
o n
Bucket Menefee
Creek Road in Milton.
See MENEFEE Page 7A


Pace festival

goes global
By BILL GAMBLIN
bgamblin @srpressgazette.com
Pace will be taking on an
international flair this week-
end as the Pace Rotary Club
will host an International
Food Festival May 2 and
May 3.
The festival will be held
at the former Sterling Fibers
property at the corner of Bell
Lane and Sterling Way.
Highlighting the event
will be several arts and craft
vendors, but more important-
ly, international food.
"We have been trying to
find our niche in the commu-
nity with a new event," said
Cherlyn Cook with the Pace
Rotary Club. "We did the
Pace Days and then tried our
hand with the. Bar-B-Que
Festival.
"This is one of our major
fund raisers of the year and
we feel this event will be a
huge success and something
we can continue."
The festival will run
from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. on
Friday and 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
on Saturday.
Entertainment Friday will
feature a Karaoke Contest at
6 p.m. Friday. Saturday will
feature Exit 105 and Jack
Randolph from noon to 4
p.m. as well as Category IV
from 4:30 to 10 p.m.
See FESTIVAL Page 7A


Tomorrow is a



time for prayer


By JENI SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette.com
May 1 is the 57th annual
National Day of Prayer. This
year's theme is "Prayer,
America's Strength and
Shield."
The first National Day of
Prayer was declared by the
First Continental Congress
in 1775 and the annual
National Day of Prayer was
established by federal law in
1952.
In 1988, President
Ronald Reagan amended the
law and .specifically desig-
nated the first Thursday. in
May as the official National
Day of Prayer.
Santa Rosa County will
join millions of other
Americans spanning the
nation who are gathering in
public places to observe the
day of prayer and reflection.
On Thursday, Santa
Rosa residents will meet
from noon until 12:35 p.m.
on the lawn of the Santa
Rosa County Courthouse.
The National Day of
Prayer provides the opportu-
nity for Americans of all
faiths to take time to pray for
the nation and its leaders.
On April 21, President
George W. Bush issued an
official proclamation regard-
ing the Day of Prayer.
"NOW, THEREFORE,
I, GEORGE W. BUSH,
President of the United
States of America, do hereby
proclaim May 1, 2008, as a
National Day of Prayer. I ask


the citizens of our Nation to
give thanks, each according
to his or her own faith, for
the freedoms and blessings
we have received and for
God's continued guidance,
comfort, and protection. I
invite all Americans to join
in observing this day with
appropriate programs, cere-
monies, and activities."
Prayer Flight 2008 is one
of many creative and excit-
ing efforts around the nation
to cover America in prayer
on this day.
.Prayer Flight is a group
of men and women who
have joined forces to pray
over the cities and states of
the nation from the unique
perspective of flight.
Jerry Cress is the mis-
sion coordinator for Prayer
Flight 2008. "All 50 capitals
have been covered for this
year; we have filled every
slot allotted for flights over
every state in the country. On
May 1, our planes are set to
fly with a prayer team on
each to be specifically pray-
ing for the state being flown
over. They are all covered,"
says Cress.
The 50 capitals program
is the first of its kind Cress
says.
"The 50 Capitals project
is a first in the history of our
National Day of Prayer and
we also believe it to be the
first time in the history of
our nation that a concerted
effort has been made to have
See PRAYER Page SA


It all adds up for Pace High teacher


By BILL GAMBLIN
bgamblin @srpressgazette.com
Monday morning started
out as a fairly typical day for
Pace High School math
teacher Kevin Holland.
But he felt like some-
thing was going on, he just
couldn't quite figure it out.
It didn't take long for the
14 year math teacher to learn
he was one of five finalist for
the 2009 Macy's/Florida
Department of Education
Teacher of the Year Award.
"I'm overwhelmed;
completely overwhelmed,"


said Holland after all the
awards were presented by
Macy's and Florida
Department of Education
Commissioner Dr. Eric
Smith. "To be selected as
Teacher of the Year in Santa'
Rosa County was quite an
honor for me.
"But to be considered
one of the Top 5 in the state I
am truly overwhelmed."
Holland has been some-
what unique in his approach
to teaching his students
math. This includes teaching
college algebra students a


quadratic equation to the
tune of Frere Jacques.
He knew the announce-
ment could be coming soon,
but didn't know it would be
him as one of the five final-
ists.
See PACE Page 5A
Florida Department of
Education Commissioner Dr.
Eric Smith presents Pace High
teaher Kevin Holland with a
check from Macy's after it
Swas announced he was a
finalist for teacher of the year.
Press Gazette photo
by Bill Gamblin


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Pirates look to loot Scratch Ankle


This group of young pirates are looking to see what they can get before leaving the Scratch
Ankle Festival held this past Friday and Saturday in Downtown Milton. More photos of the
festival weekend can be found on our website in the photo galleries at
www.srpressgazette.com.
Press Gazette photo by Jeni Senter


Time


to relay

On Friday the Pace Relay
for Life got underway with
the traditional survivor's
lap around the track at Pace
High School. At the start of
Friday's all night event the
American Cancer Society
had raised nearly $43,000
towards a goal of $95,500.
Press Gazette photo
by Bill Gamblin


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Oagie -aries
Obituaries


SPEAK



OUT


K


Monday, 2:07 p.m. ,
Yes this is Marie and I
am calling regarding
,Saturday's paper with the
school bus accident where
the school bus driver
received a citation. Bus driv-
ers should only have to drive
a bus. They should have a
monitor on every bus to
monitor the children.
How can he be expected
to keep control of children
and keep them orderly and
disciplined and drive? It is
just ridiculous. I have asked
about it in the past for volun-
teers, because there are plen-
ty of parents who have the
time and have gone through
background checks already.
But I was told because of'
insurance reasons is why
there can't be other adults on
the bus. So is the children's
safety more important than
that? I think it would be.

Monday, 7:29 a.m.
Yes this is Maria.
Monday morning 7:30 a.m.
on Arienne Drive, this lady
with a mini-white van, I
know she lives in this area
and I wish she would stop
speeding over 50. She speeds
through this area four to six
times every morning. She
flys by at 7:30 a.m. and then
comes back and again at 8
a.m. because 'she has chil-
dren to drop off at school.
She needs to stop speeding.
The Police don't do any-
thing; the police don't do
anything.

Saturday, 7:16 p.m.
My name is Brenda and
this is to the viewpoint in
Saturday's paper about the
courthouse. You would vote
for the one-cent tax if you
worked in the courthouse
with the mold. One end of
the building is cold, one end
of the building is hot and you
don't know to wear short
sleeves or long sleeves. If
you worked there you would
-vote yes to the one-cent sales
tax too.

Saturday, 3:18 p.m.
This is Louise in
response to the viewpoint in
Saturday's paper about the
vote/poll that you had on the
one-cent sales tax. He ques-
tioned if the 84 people in
favor of the tax, if those 84
people work in the court-
house. Well I don't work in
the courthouse and I voted
for the tax. Even if I did
,work in the courthouse what
You may Speak Out
any time, day or night. Just
call our Speak Out line at
623-5887 and leave your
message.


is wrong with wanting a
place to work, a place to sit
in, and safe healthy building
to work in. I don't see any-
thing wrong with that. So
maybe this person and every-
body else need to go and see
for themselves.

Saturday, 11:39 a.m.
Hi, my name is Jerry. I am
not attacking a business, but 1
just got my Gulf Power bill
for one of two houses I am liv-
ing in as we are moving. But I
noticed on my power bill
there is a customer charge of
$10. Now I called Gulf Power
and they said everybody is
charged $10 to maintain the
wires and the telephone poles,
ect. Well why am I paying an
energy charge, fuel charge,
gross receipts charge, Santa
Rosa franchise fee, outdoor
service charge, outdoor light
charge and more. Don't some
of these charges cover the
wires like by $217 power bill?
This $10 charge should be
addressed. Speak up folks
because this is wrong. Ten
dollars for each Gulf Power


4915 Highway 90 Pace
850-995-1600


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1:45 4:30 7:05 9:15
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Steadham,
Winston
Mr. Winston Steadham,
age 65, passed away on
Saturday, April 19, 2008 in
the Brewton, Alabama, hos-
pital.
Mr. Steadham was a
native of Chumuckla, FL,
and was a resident of
Flomaton for the past 43
years. He was a dedicated
husband, father and grandfa-
ther. He was an avid out-
doorsman who loved to hunt,
fish, loved livestock, and
farming. He was a brick
mason for 45 years and was
dedicated to excellence.
Preceding him in death
were his parents-Bub and
Lucile Steadham, and a
brother-Clyde Steadham.
Survivors include his
wife of 43 years-Linda Fay
Steadham of Flomaton; 3
daughters Audrey
(Dewayne) Killam, Angela
(Guy) Wright, and Amanda
Steadham, all of Flomaton,
AL; 2 brothers-Charles
(Myra Jean) Steadham of
Atmore, AL, Carl (Flo)
Steadham of Bay Minette,
AL; 6 sisters-Virginia
McKelvin of Jay, Barbara
Jean (Hubert) Leavins of
Cantonment, Annie Ruth


Iron Man (PGl 3)
1:00 2:30 4:00 5:30 7:00 8:30 9:40
Made of Honor (PG13)
1:40 4:30 7:15 9:35


(Tink) Kelley, Dorothy
(Tommy) Owens of Jay,
Lillian (Roy) Ward of Jay,
and Amelia Steadham of Jay;
3 grandchildren--Joshua
Northrop, Aubrey Madison
Wright, all of Flomaton; a
mother-in-law Eunice
Lambeth of Flomaton and
many nieces, nephews and
longtime family friends.
Funeral services were
held at 11 a.m., Tuesday,
April 22, 2008 at the Petty-
Eastside Chapel Funeral
Home with the Reverend-
J.D. Renfroe and the Rev.
Leo Kent officiating.
Visitation was held Monday,
April 21, 2008 from 6 p.m.
until 9 p.m. at the Funeral
Home chapel. Burial fol-
lowed in Flomaton
Cemetery.
Pallbearers were his
nephews-Tracy Steadham,
Stacey Steadham, Eric
Steadham, Dale Steadham,
Terry Kelley and Jeff Kelley.
Honorary pallbearers
were Greg Cotton, Jim
Settle, Tommy Abrams,
Darrell Fore, Edmond
Knowles, Joe Jones, Herman
Armstrong, Carl Gandy,
Junior Blackmon and Billy
Blackmon.


Bassett, Evelyn
Louise
1930-2008
Evelyn Louise Bassett,
age 77, passed away
Thursday, April 25, 2008.
Evelyn was born in Rome,
,GA, but spent her early life
in Langdale, AL where she
later met and married her late
husband, Earl H. Bassett.
They relocated to Milton in
1962 for Earl to go to work
at American Cyanamid, and
Evelyn stayed home to raise
their family. She later
worked for West Brothers,
Milton High School
Cafeteria and Vanity Fair
Mills, where she retired as
supervisor, with over 20
years of service. Mrs. Bassett
was a member of the Martha
Sunday School Class of the
First Baptist Church of
Milton.
Mrs. Bassett is survived
by her sons-Chuck
(Beverly) Bassett, of Milton
and Randy (Debbie) Bassett,
of Milton; one granddaugh-
ter-Lindsay Bassett, of
Milton; and her sister-Vi
Boutwell, of Milton.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Bassett were 3:00 p.m.,
Sunday, April 27, 2008 at
First Baptist Church of
Milton with Dr. David
Spencer officiating.
Visitation was 2:00 p.m.,
prior to service. Burial fol-
lowed in Milton Cemetery
with Lewis Funeral Home,
directing.
Pallbearers were Scott
Jordan, Steve Brown, Brian
Jordan, Bubba Drinkard,
Greg Gillis, and Clayton
Tolbert.
Honorary pallbearers
were the Martha Sunday


School Class members of the
First Baptist Church of
Milton.
Contributions may be
made to the First Baptist
Church of Milton, 6797
Caroline Street, Milton, FL
32570.
Arrangements have been
entrusted to Lewis Funeral
Home, Milton Chapel.
Condolences may be
shared at www.lewisfuneral-
homes.net


Hatfield, Velvie
1922-2008
Velvie Hatfield, age 85,
of Chumuckla, passed away
Saturday, April 26, 2008 in
Birmingham, Alabama. She
was born November 7,
1922 in Elba, Alabama.
Velvie was the daughter of
the late Lena and Oscar
Jackson. She is preceded in
death by her husband, Roy
Hatfield; son, Charlie
Hatfield; and daughter,
Doris Crews.
Mrs. Hatfield is sur-
vived by her two daugh-
ters-Christine (Carlos)
Campbell, of Chumuckla,
FL. and Faye Hatfield, of
Dallas, TX; son-Robert
(Christine) Hatfield, of Jay,
FL: two sisters-Inez Hall,
of Fairhope, AL, and
Dorothy Cardwell, of
Pensacola, FL; six grand-
sons-Paul (Laura)
Campbell, Greg (Reyna)
Campbell, Brian (Tracey)
Hatfield, Vincent (Amy)
Hatfield, Matt (Jennifer)
Crews, Dan Crews; and
eleven great-grandchildren.
Mrs. Hatfield had
another family, her church
and community. She loved
Jesus and friends. Velvie
enjoyed listening to her
pastor, the church choir,
and loved fellowship with
her church family..She was
a loving and special grand-
mother who made quilts for
all her children and grand-
children to treasure.
Funeral services for
Mrs. Hatfield have been
entrusted to Lewis Funeral
Home, Milton Chapel and
will be held at 2:30 p.m.,
Wednesday, April 30, 2008
at Chumuckla Methodist
Church with Pastor Clive
Knights officiating.
Burial will follow in
Elizabeth Chapel Cemetery
with Lewis Funeral Home,
directing. The family will
receive friends two hours
before services.
Friends may express
their condolences to the
family at www.lewisfuner-
alhomes.net
Pallbearers will be her
six grandsons; honorary
pallbearers will be Willard
Davis, Rufus Ard, Jack
Caraway, and her Sunday
School Class.
The family would like
to express Special Thanks
to Frank Moore and the
UAB doctors and nurses for


their expert and loving
care.
Let the family know
you care. Sign the guest
book under news/obituaries
at www.srpressgazette.com

Stewart, II, Clayton
Hamilton
1957 2008
Clayton Hamilton
Stewart, II, age 50, of
Makaha, Hawaii, passed
away in Honolulu on
Sunday, April 20, 2008,
after a lengthy illness. He
was born in Milton, Florida
on August 7, 1957.
He is survived by his
father-James P. (Lei)
Stewart of Milton; 2 sis-
ters-Lisa Stewart and Kris
(Larry) Campbell, both of
Honolulu.
Funeral services were
held Tuesday, April 29,
2008 at St. Ann's Church in
Kaneohe, Hawaii.
Memorial services will
be held in Milton at a later
date.
Let the family know
you care. Sign the guest
book under news/obituaries
at www.srpressgazette.com.

Wagner, Gloria
Nell
1928 2008
Gloria Nell Wagner,
age 80, of Milton, passed
away on Sunday, April 27,
2008., .
Mrs. Wagner was a
native and lifelong resident
of Santa Rosa County. She
was a member of the
Berrydale Baptist Church.
She was preceded in
death by her parents-
Hiram Mathews, and Alice
Williams Mathews, her
husband-Donald Eugene
Wagner, and a brother-
Hiram Junior Mathews.
She is survived by her
two children-Donna Kaye
(Arnold) Stowers of
Allentown, and Michael E.
(Joyce)Wagner of Port
Ritchie, Florida; two
grandchildren--Travis
(Cole) Stowers of Point
Baker, and Megan
(Morrell) Holland of
Hollantown; two great
grandchildren- Elisabeth
Stowers, and Payton
Holland; and two broth-
ers-Hankins (Virginia)
Mathews of Allentown,
and Matt (Anita) Mathews
of Prattville.
Funeral Services were
held at 2 p.m. on Tuesday,
April 29, 2008, at the
Lewis Funeral Home in
Milton with Rev. Jim
Liberacki officiating.
Burial will follow in the
Hopewell Primitive Baptist
Church Cemetery with .
Lewis Funeral' Home
directing.
The family received
friends beginning at 1:00
p.m., on Tuesday, prior to-
services, at the Lewis
Funeral Home in Milton.
Active Pallbearers
were Hal Lunsford, Wren
Lunsford, Jerry Davis, Joel
Davis, Wes Mathews, Trent
Mathews, -Jeff Mathews,
and Dusty Mathews.
Funeral Arrangements
have been entrusted to
Lewis Funeral Home, of
Milton. You may share
memories and send condo-
lences to the family at
www.lewisfuneralhomes.
Let the family know
you care. Sign the guest
book under news/obituar-
ies at
www.srpressgazette.com


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Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Report /or April 1,
to April 8, 2008
Cosby. Lisa Louann;
Female: 36; 7220 Plantation
Rd, (Knights Inn), Pensacola;
Probation Violation-Felony.
4/I1/08
lmuftson. William Donald;
Male; 43; 1643 Balogh Dr.,
Gulf Breeze; Evidence
Destroying-Tamper with or
Fabricate Physical. 4/1/08
Larsen, Joshua Paul;
Male; 28; 6432 Hamilton
Bridge Rd, Milton; Damage
Prop-Crim Misch $200 or
Less Subseq Off. Burglary
Unoccupied Structure
Unarmed, Larc-Theft is $300
or More But Less Than
$5,000. 4/1/08
Foley. Edward Patrick;
Male; 44; 3415A Wiggins Ln,
Cantonment; .' Probation
Violation-Felony. 4/1/08
Yates, Gabriel Keenan;
Male; 15; 4360 Marilyn Ct,
Gulf Breeze; Robbery With A
Fireamnn. 4/1/08
Addison, III, Thomas
Hubbard; Male; 19; 5041
Ridgeway Blvd.,. Milton;
Probation Violation-Felony.
4/2/08
Johns, Damicheal Tyrell;
Male; 17; 5125 West
Spencerfield Rd, Pace;
Robbery No Firearm or
Weapon, Battery on Officer
Firefighter EMT, Etc, Resist
Officer With Violence. 4/2/08
Jones HI, Leo Donald;
Male; 27; 10024 Muscogee
Rd, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 4/2/08
Monk. Justin Levon;
Male; 21; 14 Clear Springs
Rd, Laural Hill; Probation
Violation-Felony. 4/2/08
Nickerson. Deon Lamar;
SMale; 26; 5859 Peachtree St,
Milton; Drive While Lic Susp
3rd or Subseq Off. 4/2/08
Page, William Thomas;
Male; 41; 5049 Bodega Dr.,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony. 4/2/08
Joyner. Jr., Jerry
Douglas; 5463 Hamilton
Bridge Rd, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 4/2/08
Schaefer. William
Joseph; Male 34; 4581
Davenport Ln; Pace; Battery-
,Touch or Strike (domestic
violence), Possess of Weapon
or Ammo By Convicted Fla,
Felon. 4/2/08
Sifuenntes, Ryan Keith;


Male; 17; 4767 Pecanwood
PI, Pace; Sex Asslt Vict Over
12 YOA Physical Force No
Dmig, Sex Offense-Victim 12
YOA Up to 15 YOA, Resist
Officer-Obstruct W/0
Violence. 4/2/08
Burton, Eric Tyrone;
Male; 28; 1006 Florence Ave.
Orlando, FL; Murder-1st
Degree W/Firearm, Aggrav
Battery With Firearm. 4/2/08
Edwards, Christine
Marie; Female; 4'5;
Homeless; Drugs-Traffic 4
grams Less 30 KG Other
Control Substance. 4/2/08
Allday, Anthony Kevin;
Male; 46; 6436 Colonial Dr.,
Milton; Drive While Lic Susp
Habitual Offender. 4/2/08
Pankey, Ashley Renae;
Female; 19; 1564 Steven
Drive, Gulf Breeze; Drugs-
Possess New Legend Drug
W/O Prescription (2 cts.),
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
W/O Prescription (2 cts.),
Marijuana-Possess Not More
Than 20 Grams, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And or Use.
4/2/08
Holland, Jason Erik;
Male; 25; 4294 Lindsey Ln,
Pace; DUI and Damage
Property. 4/2/08
House, Elisabeth Anne;
Female; 24; 75 Nightingale
Ln, Gulf Breeze; DUI. 4/2/08
Day, .., Jeffery Royce;
Male; 23; 6100 Day Ln,
Milton; Trespassing-Property
Not Structure or Convey,
Larc-Theft is $300 or More
But Less Than $5,000, Stolen
Prop-Deal In Stolen Property
(2 cts.) 4/3/08
Grimm, Terrance
Nathan; Male; 20; 9911
American Farms Rd, Milton;
Out of State Fugitive From
Justice. 4/3/08
Czarnecki, Rodney
Warren; Male; 37; 6012
Kingswood Dr., Milton;
Probation Violation Felony.
4/3/08
Stephens, Mary Britt;
Female; 37; 6012 Kingswood
Drive, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 4/3/08
Gray, Billy Joe; Male 41;
6236 Woodward Lane,
Milton; DUI. 4/3/08
Fisher. Steven
Christopher; Male; 23; 9076
East River Dr., Navarre; Larc-
Petit 3rd or Subseq Offense.
4/3/08
Gainy., Kiall Bryant;


Male; 36; 18719 C C Road,
Elberta, AL; Possess Cocaine,
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
W/O Prescription, Marijuana-
Possess Not More Than 20
Grams. 4/2/08
Stroud, Teresa Rena;
Female; 44; 5246 Springdale
Dr., Milton; Fraud-Non-
Disclose Chng Status Pub Aid
$200 or More. 4/3/08
Alamillo, Francisco
Sanchez; Male; 24; 5674 Park
Ave., Milton; Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense.
4/6/08
Ballow, Kamen Richard;
Male; 27; 3232 Redwood Ln,
Gulf Breeze; Probation
Violation-Felony. 4/4/08
Cunningham. Cody Lee;
Male; 5794 Sunview Dr.,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony. 4/6/08 '
Johnson, Maggie
Stanfield; Female; 45; 6212
Patricia St., Milton; Narcotic
Equip-Possess And or Use,
Evidence Destroying Tamper
With or Fabricate Physical.
4/6/08
Marzendorfer. Jeffrey
Joseph; Male; 45; 304 W.
Moreno St., Pensacola;
Probation Violation-Felony.
4/4/08
Maywhort, Jeremiah
Stephen; Male; 22; 1111 E.
Lakeview Ave., Pensacola;
Probation Violation-Felony.
4/4/08
Nash, Robert NMN;
Male; 53; 145 4th Avenue,
Shalimar; Probation
Violation-Felony. 4/4/08
Reed, Annilee Krystal;
Female; 26; 9331 Cornfield
Way, Milton; Damage Prop-
Crim Misch $200 or Less
Subseq Off, Burglary-
Unoccupied Structure
Unarmed, Larc-Theft is $300
or More But Less Than
$5,000. 4/6/08
Sanders, Terra Lynne;
Female; 35; 4205 Stephens
Rd, Pace; Probation
Violation-Felony. 4/6/08
Silwany, Omiar; Male:;
60; 5900 Thomas St.,
Hollywood; Public Orders
Crimes Racketeering
Violation. 4/5/08
Ward, Charles Edward;
Male; 51; 4556 Belleville Ct.
Milton; Aggrav Ass'It
W/Deadly Weapon W/O
Intent to Kill (domestic vio-
lence), Battery-Touch or
Strike (domestic violence).


4/6/08
Whiddon, Allison
Louise; Female; 25; 3217
College Ct, Gulfl Breeze;
Aggrav Asslt W/ Deadly
Weapon W/O Intent to Kill
(domestic violence). 4/6/08
York, .h, Charles Scott;
Male; 18; 4343 Barclay PL,
Pace; Damage Prop-Crim
Misch $200 and Under, Burgl
Unoccupied Conveyance
Unarmed, Larc-Petit 1st
Degree Property $100 to
Under $300, Loitering or
Prowling. 4/6/08
Young, Cory Ray; Male;
21; 7175 Wallace Dr., Pace;
Probation Violation-Felony.
4/4/08
Younge, Cody Allen;
Male; 20; 4267 Wellington
Dr., Pace; Damage Prop-Crim
Misch $200 and Under, Burgl
Unoccupied Conveyance
Unarmed (2 cts.), Larc-Petit
1st Degree Property $100 to
Under $300 (2 cts.). 4/6/08
Morris III, Harvey
William; Male; 24; 6641
Magnolia St. Milton; Possess
of Weapon or Ammo By
Convicted Fla Felon. 4/4/08
Vinson, Keith Allen;
Male; 15; 5764 Charlene
Drive, Milton; Larc-Theft is
$300 or More But Less Than
$5,000. 4/6/08
Schroeder, Scott Ryan;
Male; 23; 7047 Nelson St,
Navarre; Burglary. NDG
Arnold, Darlene Beth;
Female; 41; 11743 Gulf
Beach Hwy, Pensacola; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 2nd
Offense. 4/5/08
Morgan, Thomas Saun;
Male; 48; 8681 Olivera St,
Navarre; DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 2nd Offense. 4/6/08
Boone, Joshua Skyler;
Male; 26; 5378 Lone Star; Ln,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony. 4/4/08
Haigler Aaron Paul;
Male: 27; 300 Bayou Blvd.,
Pensacola; Probation
Violation-Felony. 4/4/08
Hardison. Jeffrey Neil;
Male; 51; 5344 Maverick Ln,
Gulf Breeze; Probation
Violation-Felony. 4/4/08
Humber, Sonja Denise;
Female; 19; 5276 Dalton
Circle, Milton; Damage Prop-
Crim Misch; $200 or Less
Subseq Offense, Burglary-
Unoccupied Structure
Unarmed, Larc-Theft is
$3300 or More But Less Than


$5,000. 4/5/08
Johnson, Christopher
Brian; Male; 22; 1252
College Pkway, Gulf Breeze;
Pass Counterfeited
Instrument. 4/4/08
Jones. Monica Gonzalez;
Female; 29; 6491 Skyline Dr,
Milton; DUI, Drugs-Possess
Cntrl Sub W/O Prescription,
Marijuana Possess-Not More
Than 20 Grams.
Lavell, Caweisi D; Male;
20; 5880 Dogwood Dr.
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony. 4/4/08
Cappelli, Michael
Patrick; Male; 41; 1437 Tiger
Lake Dr., Gulf Breeze; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 3rd
Violation More 10 Years,
Refuse to Submit to DUI Test.
4/4/08
Cleveland, Richard
Ashley; Male; 54; 2826 Lido
Blvd., Gulf Breeze; DUI,
Refuse to Submit to DUI Test.
4/6/08
Dean, Raymond Claud;
Male; 46; 4836 Mayo Circle,
Pace; DUI. 4/6/08
Feagin, Nell Renee;
Female; 49; 4556 Belleville
Ct, Milton; DUI. 4/4/08
Jnes, Monica Gonzalez;
Female; 29; 6491 Skyline Dr.,
Milton; DUI. 4/5/08
Magers, Alisa; Female;
24; 8917 Timber Ln, Navarre;
DUI. 4/4/08
Rie, Robert George;
Male; 44; 2759 Hillview Ct.,
Navarre; DUI. 4/6/08
Hall, Brittney Michelle;
Female; 20; 6208 Fox Chase
Ct, Milton; Battery on
Officer, Firefighter EMT Etc
(2 cts.). 4/7/08
Rivera, Ramon
Rehnaldo; Male; 24; Battery
on Officer, Firefighter EMT
Etc (2 cts.), Damage Prop-
Crim Misch Over $200 Under
$1,000 Subseq Off,
Disturbing Peace-Breach
Peace, Resist Officer Interfere
W/LEO With Violence (2
cts.). 4/7/08
Weishuhn, Joseph Lee;
Male; 27; 3331 Country Ln,
Milton; Drive While Lic Susp
Habitual Offender, Resist
Officer-Obstruct By
Disguised Person. 4/7/08
Williams, Christopher
James; Male; 36; 9807
Navarre Pkwy, Navarre; Out
of State Fugitive From
Justice. 4/7/08
Dyer, James Bailey;


Male; 29; 6616 Woodbury
Forrest Dr., Milton; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 3rd
Violation W/In 10 Years.
4/7/08
Daniels, Kadeshia
Lakeyssa; Female; 14; 4472
Morningside Ln., Milton;
Battery on Elected Official or
Education Employee. 4/7/08
Force, Kenneth
Williams; Male; 46; 6948
Elliots Gin Ln, Navarre;
Obscene Communication
Compile Enter Etc Computer
Porno Re Minor (10 cts.).
4/7/08
Franck, Aaron Joshua;
Male; 18; 4597 Montpellier
Dr., Pensacola; Out of State
Fugitive From Justice.
4/07/08
Tyson, Jr., Johnny
Edward; Male; 25; 6805
Cornelius Lane, Pensacola;
Carrying Concealed Weapon-
Electric Weapon of Device,
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
W/O Prescription, Marijuana
Possess Not More Than 20
Grams, Possess Cocaine,
Marijuana Possess Not More
Thaq 20 Grams, Smuggle
Contraband Into Detention
Facility. 4/7/08
Eag.o, Desrie W;
Female; 41, 9116 Single Tree
Dr., Milton; Out of State
Fugitive From Justice. 4/8/08
Galvan, Ricardo Juan;
Male; 46; 6593 Cumbie Rd,
Century; Probation Violation-
Felony. 4/8/08
Guinn, Ronald Edward;
Male; 42; 725 N. Navy Blvd.
Pensacola; Probation
Violation-Felony. 4/8/08
King, Kelvin Orlando;
Male; 21; 4000 Lochmoor
Dr., Pensacola; Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense.
4/8/08
Lammerman. Kenneth
Randolph; Male; 48; 4137
Plant, Pace; Narcotic Equip
Possess And Or Use,
Evidence-Destroying Tamper
with of Fabricate Physical.
4/8/08
Martin. Jr., James
Michael; Male; 34; 4217
Sapphire Ln, Pace; Probation
Violation-Felony. 4/8/08
Mass-Rodriguez,
Kimberly Ruth; Female 40;
4222 Baycedar Ln, Pace;
Fraud-Obtain Controlled
Substance By, Opium or
Derriv Traffic 4 Grams to
Under 30 Kilograms. 4/8/08


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Pace

Continued [From Page One
"1 e-mailed my wife this
morning and told her the
announcement would be
coming in the next few
weeks," said Holland. "But I
never thought this would
happen to me."
Holland was presented
with $5,000 check from
Macy's along with a $500
gift card.
Pace High School and
Principal Frank Lay also
received $1,000.
"This is a huge honor for
Kevin.and the school," said
Lay. "He certainly deserves
this and he epitomizes the
best of the best.
"i( is a great honor for
him and the school."
Holland is joining a list
of recent success when it
comes to State Finalists for
Teacher of the Year from
Santa Rosa County.
Former state finalists
include Cathy Purdon and
Charlene Morrow.
"Dedicated and passion-
ate teachers are an essential
part of the development of
our children," said
Commissioner Smith. "I
would like to congratulate
Kevin and the other finalists
for their phenomenal efforts
in helping our youth reach


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Pace High teacher and Central High School grad Kevin
Holland, was one of five Florida Teacher of the Year finalists


announced on Monday.
their full potential in school
and in life."
On Monday, Macy's,
who has supported the
Teacher of the Year Program
in the state of Florida for the
past 20 years, awarded over
$100,000 to educators
across the state.
Holland knew from his
time in high school he want-
ed to become an educator
instead of working at the
family meat market.
"High school was such a
great experience for me I


Thomas Leighton of Niceville and Jeni Senter of Milton, winners of the James & Christian
LaRoche Memorial Poetry Contest.
Submitted photo


just'wanted, to be a part of
it," said Holland. "And I had
been cutting meat for so
long at our 'family store on
Stewart Street in Milton I
had no desire to do that."
Overall 67 educators in
Florida will be recognized
in some way by the state and
Macy's program.
Holland and the other
four finalists will be hon-
ored at a ceremony on July
10 at Orlando's Hard Rock
Live at Universal Studios
CityWalk.


Prayer

Continued From Page One
airplanes with prayer war-
riors over-fly every state
capital, lifting up our
nation in prayer," he says.
On April 27, another
mode of transportation was
used to spread the news
about the National Day of


Prayer.
The National Day of
Prayer Car, number 78,
raced at Talladega Motor
Speedway for the NASCAR
Aaron's 499 Cup.
This was the 3rd year
the car was featured at
Talladega. The special edi-


tion red, white and blue
Chevy Impala was driven
by Joe Nemechek.
"On Saturday, April 26,
he qualified first overall
and ended up finishing
25th Sunday after getting
caught up in a late race
wreck.


/
/


Adam Willis, R.N., House Supervisor at Santa Rosa
Medical Center, understands how long the days and
nights can be for patients especially those with
chronic conditions who are frequently admitted.
And so it was for Lillian.


Lillian had a chronic lung condition, and was
admitted more than a dozen times over 18-months.
Adam was often assigned to care for Lillian, and soon she
began requesting that he be her nurse. As her breathing became
increasingly labored, Adam would often stay with her during her
respiratory therapy treatments, reassuring her. He knew she was
scared and would talk with her about other things, hoping to make
the treatment a little easier.



If you have a nurse you'll always remember, please write to Aleta Ho
Santa Rosa Medical Center, 6002 Berryhill Road, Milton, Florida 3
call 626.51173.


One day, Lillian told Adam that this would be her last hospitalization
in Milton and that she was moving closer to her daughters. She then
turned to a beautiful floral arrangement in her room that had two
small curly willow seedlings in it, Lillian took one of the
willow seedlings and handed it to Adam. She told him
that she would keep one, and she wanted him to keep
the other as a reminder of their friendship and as
a thank you for all that he had done for her.

In the back yard of Adam's house, the willow
seedling has now grown into a nine-foot tree, and each time Adam
looks at it, he is reminded of Lillian and what it truly means to be a
nurse. For Lillian and her daughters, Adam is the nurse they'll always
remember.



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OUR VIEW


Teach your



chilren well

Since a Santa Rosa County School Bus Driver was
cited for wreckless driving there have been concerns
about monitors on school busses.
Sounds like a great idea, but who is going to pay for
it?
Santa Rosa County Schools, along with others
across the state, are facing budget woes due to
Tallahassee actions.
Everyone wants something, but they don't factor in
the fact the money for these "wants" has to come from
somewhere.
Wouldn't it be better for the bus drivers and the
teachers if parents taught their kids how to behave to
begin with?
Today, we're facing a huge crisis-that makes the
likes of Oprah Winfrey, Jerry Springer, Montel
Williams, and Maury Povich household names.
Why?
Well, every Monday through Friday these talk show
hosts march out people who have problems beyond
belief. They say have an almost endless list of "rea-
sons" for their situations...things like "I wasn't loved
enough as a child," "my parents were divorced," or "I
hate my step parents." In the end, it really boils down
to these people are not being willing to claim responsi-
bility for their actions.
Parents talk about how their gifted or talented child
is in the classroom, but the fact is, if the youth can't
deal with other people their age in the classroom, how
are they going to deal with them in real life?
It's about time some of us get a life and face the
cold, hard facts.
The days of correcting a child appear to be long
gone and chaos is now the norm.
When people talk of "the good old days" they're
actually talking about times when parents disciplined
their children.
Once upon a time, a child was told "if you got pun-
ished at school, then you're getting another spanking
when you get home."
.It was a simple matter of parents making sure their
children understood the actions of good behavior and
ensuring the youngster knew the parent would back up
the teacher.
Don't be surprised when children without bound-
aries end up causing problems.
We can't say for certain the recent school bus situa-
tion was a result of poor discipline at home, but we do
know modem parents, in general, are lacking in the
"spare the rod and spoil the child" arsenal.
Instead of us paying for the school busses, mom
and dad could take their child to school and pick them
up.
That way, if the youngsters don't behave in the car,
it will be the parents' responsibility.
Certainly, having lots of parents driving cars is not
the "eco" thing to do in times of nearly $4-per gallon
gasoline, but if parents can't rein-in their children, it
may be necessary.
Why should the bus driver be expected to deal with
such problems?
Remember, it is the responsibility of the parents to
raise, teach, and mold the lives, moral and social con-
duct of their children.
Step up before something worse than just a fender
gets broken.


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A MINORITY VIEWPOINT


Reducing fuel use creates jobs


By CARL POPE

No wonder Americans are so
hungry for change. We are being
squeezed by record gas prices that
are also driving up the costs of
food and anything else that is
transported to stores. Home energy
bills are rising. Oil companies con-
tinue 'to reap record profits and get
huge tax breaks from the U.S. gov-
ernment. We continue to rely on
foreign countries for oil. The econ-
omy is tanking and people are los-
ing their jobs.
Switching to clean energy rep-
resents the type of big change that
America is looking for. People are
ready to move beyond oil and coal,
to use renewable wind and solar
power and to become more energy
efficient. Americans recognize and
accept clean energy as a driver that
will. transform our economy, create
and keep good jobs, and generate
new investment and opportunities.
At the same time, this economic
transformation will allow us to free
ourselves from the big oil compa-
nies and foreign countries and it
will cut air, water and global
warming pollution.
This win, win, win approach is
not some pie-in-the-sky, next gen-
eration solution. We can do it now.
We can start saving money on
energy right now. Energy efficien-
cy technology already exists and
many people are already realizing
the savings and reaping the bene-
fits. According to the U.S.
Department of Energy, the cost of
heating, cooling, and lighting our
homes and workplaces could be cut


by up to 80 percent or more just by
using the "off-the-shelf' technolo-
gies available today.
Turning down the thermostat
one degree in the winter can save
you 3 percent on your electricity
bill. Drying clothes on a line or
rack can save you $80 in a year,
increasing to more than $500 over
five years. Replacing 10 regular
light bulbs in your home with com-
pact fluorescent lights (CFLs)
would net you savings of $92 in
one year.
Governments can save money'
with energy efficiency as well. The
City of Denver now saves
$218,000 annually after it replaced
all traffic lights with LEDs. Dane
County, Wisconsin, now saves
$150,000 each year after installing
more efficient lighting and heating
systems in its government build-
ings.
American ingenuity and inno-
vation can lead the way when it
comes to improving clean, renew-
able energy technologies and fight-
ing global warming. If we can have
one industrial revolution why
can't there be another? We have
the sun and the wind, we have the
technology and the ingenuity, and
we have the same can-do spirit that
transformed our economy during
WWII and won the war. We must
focus our investment and initiative
on the challenge of building a
clean energy economy and dealing
with the problem of global warm-
ing.
Investing in clean energy is
already creating jobs around the
United States. In Pennsylvania,


Gov. Ed Rendell said investments
in clean energy have created 3,000,
new jobs in the renewable energy
sector since 2003.
That's just one state a study
from the Blue-Green Alliance
reports that requiring 20 percent of
our country's electricity come-fromn
renewable sources by 2020 would.
create 820,000 jobs across the
country. According to a report from
the Union of Concerned Scientists,
if the United States had that kind
of renewable electricity standard it
would create $94.3 billion in new
capital investment, income to farm-
ers, ranchers, and rural landowners,
and in new local tax revenues.
This Earth Week, learn how we
can do it, how others are already
changing their energy, cutting
costs, making money, and saving
the planet, and how to spread the
word. Together we can build a
clean, renewable economy with the
help of our allies in the faith,
union, and business worlds, and
with the contributions of our
friends and neighbors..
We can increase the use of
affordable renewable energy, we
can make our homes, cars and
buildings more energy efficient, we
can save money, boost the econo-
my and create jobs and we can
reduce global warming, leaving a
planet that's safe and clean for our*
children.

Carl Pope is executive director
of Sierra Club, America's
oldest and largest grassroots
environmental organization.
www.greenpeace.org


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Scam alert
FM: Patricia Cooley
Pace, Fla.

Dear Editor,

This is a scam alert. In the
spring you see newspaper ads for
Singer sewing machines that were
ordered by schools and never
used.
There will be a demonstration
at discount stores and fabric
stores.
These vendors have nothing to
do with the selling and servicing
of the machines. They simply pro-
vide space for the demonstration.
The man demonstrating the
machine gets wonderful results.
You buy the machine, mine
was the scholastic model.
The first time you need a part
or additional attachments, you dis-
cover that regular Singer parts
don't fit the macine. One sewing
machine dealer told me," Singer


machines are junky and are not
good products. No one wants to
sell Singer Machines. These
machines were never ordered by
schools. In fact, schools are get-
ting rid of Singer machines
because it costs so much to keep
them running properly."
The bottom line is do not fall
for this con.
If you want a good sewing
machine, check with various deal-
ers. There are other good sewing
machines besides Singer.

Spare the rod and
spoil the child
FM: Raymond Johns
Milton, Fla.

Dear Editor,

If any one or anybody thinks
the eight gangsters who almost
beat one girl to death should get a
pat on the back and not go to jail,


that needs to just wait until it hap-
pens to their child.
These brats and a whole lot
more are out of control.
There are even some here in
Milton.
There are some in every town
and in every state all across
America.
There are some parents who
think that their brats are all gold
when truly inside they harbor
darkness with the help of most
parents.
There are a lot of people .who
are parents, who shouldn't be.
Some don't believe that a child
needs to be spanked at times, and
stop with the stupid countdown,
because by the time the parent gets
to three the devil has thoughts of .
killing.
If you love your child or chil-
dren you don't need to act like
their buddy, but be a parent and
learn how to "just say no."
No phone; no computer; no
car; no sir; no ma'am


Stop buying the clothes for
your girls too tight, it makes them
get into fights and that is not right.
Stop buying your sons' pants
and shirts too loose. It makes them
walk like a nutty goose.
If as parents, you don't take
control of your brats, you will
bring up the making of an abuser.
And as a parent if you don't
lead your children to God, you are
only bringing up a future hell rais-
er, who will do nothing more than
cut a path of destruction.
Why?
Because of the lacking of the
belt at home.
People need to stop worrying
so much about the gas and their
401K, because the gas will keep
going up and the 401K's will
change.
But you need to bring up your
children inl "Christ".
They are and can be a wise
investment, who need some
changes made in their lives.


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Local


Teen


Continued FronmPage One
Spears and Ammons
allegedly went to Spears' resi-
idnce in Munson and on the ['ol-
lowing day, law enforcement
)vent to Spears' residence in the
:13000 block of Munson
:Highway in an attempt to locate
thie girl. Amnions and Spears
fled into the woods and were
able to evade law enforement.
Spears was previously
reported as a known, non-fami-
yv acquaintance of Ammons,
however, upon further investi-
gation it was discovered
Ammons' mother. Tammy
Shaw, was previously married
to Spears' brother, Keith Spears
and has a daughter by him.
The father of Ammons says
he is Spears' cousin and he has
known him all his life.
"We grew up together, we
are second cousins and knowing
what I know about him. I am
'definitely worried about Rain.
"I am afraid he has her on
drugs, he is a drug addict and I
pray that we get her back soon.
"I hope someone will help
us [with the daughter] when she
is found, with some counseling
for the druings and the stuff she is
going through."
Ammons' step-father Mike
Shaw, who the girl lives with
along with her mother, says his
step-daughter is a good girl.
"She is in ROTC and she is
not a bad kid. I just want every-
one to know that she isn't a trou-
I1emaker or anything like that,
she has just been influenced by
a bad person."
Ammons' grandmother
Betty Stewart fears not enough
is being done to find her grand-
daughter.
"The police haven't done
much at all. If it was one of
theirs, they would be doing
ev erything they could. If some-
body hadn't called all of you
here today [the press], I don't
think they would be here now.
S "I think when you all leave,
they will too," says Stewart.
. Sgt. Scott Haines of the
Santa Rosa Sheriff's
Department says law enforce-
ment is doing all they can at this
time.
"We want to find Ammons
as much as her family does.
Unfortunately these woods are
very dense and even if he
[Spears] was five feet away
from us, in these woods with all
the underbrush and growth, we
probably wouldn't be able to see
him," he says.
It has been reported
Brandyn Spears, the son of the
fugitive, has been communicat-
ing with Spears and Ammons
and providing them with food
and supplies. This morning he
was allegedly threatened at
knifepoint by his father.
"Brandyn was going out
there and he said he was trying
to convince them to come out.
He said Ricky pulled a knife on



Menefee-

Continued FromPage One
Menefee was taken into
custody without incident
and returned to the Santa
Rosa County Jail to serve
the remainder of his sen-
tence.
Prior to his accidental
release back on April 18,
Menefee was serving a mis-
demeanor jail sentence for
violating his probation con-
cerning a non-violent crime.
Menefee's brother, who
was not identified in a
release from Sgt. Scott
Haines, was set to be
released, but Scott Menefee
was released in his place.
A judge issued an order
to return Menefee back into
the custody of the Santa
Rosa County Jail following
his inadvertent release.



Festival

Continued FromPage One
The karaoke contest has


a $25 entry fee and cash
prizes will be awarded to the
top winners.
,,' Cook also noted there are
several children's activities
planned including a petting
zoo, rides, games, face paint-
ing, clowns, and much more.
For more information on
the event e-mail the Pace
Rotary Club at pacero-
taryclLub@()yahoo.com


him," says Stewart.
Ammons' father and grand-
mother fear th(lie teen's life may
be at risk.
"He's scared now, and he's
already jumped on his son down
there, and took a knife to him
today. So, there's no telling what
he'll do now," says Mark
Ammons.
"I'm sure he knows the
police are looking for him, and
he's scared. There's no telling
what he might do," says her


gnandmnother.
Local law enforcement
officers were on the scene until
late Monday afternoon.
Escambia County assisted with
a helicopter and there were K9
units searching the woods for
any sign of Spears and
Ammons.
As of Monday night, the
teen had not been found and her
family was of the opinion the
suspect and the teen were still
hiding in the woods.


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"They have to Ie in there,
we have been here all day. We
haven't seen them come out.
Brandyn said the campsite we
found is where he has been tak-
ing stuff to them," says Stewart.
Ammons says he knows his
daughter is "out there in the
woods."
"We found an abandoned
car with food and other stuff in
it.
"I know they were out
there, I lay down right out there


[pointing to the woods] and
watched for somebody to come
in or out of the woods.
"I worry about Rain, she is
just about blind at night and
clumsy and she is out there with
a 43 year old crug addict.
"While I was walking out
there looking for them, I kept
yelling for her. I just want her to
come home, I don't even care
about anything else right now,"
says Arnmons.
Sheriff's deputies said on


Monday afternoon if they did-
n't locate Spears and Ammons
by the end of the day, they
would likely suspend the search
indefinitely, and by Monday
night, the search had been sus-
pended.
Haines says law enforce-
ment have received other leads
of sightings of Ammons and
Spears.
"We will continue working
off the leads we get on this
case," says Haines.


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Community


Green-Up Santa Rosa sale


Green-Up Santa Rosa will
be having an inventory reduc-
tion sale in support of the Santa
Rosa Clean Community
System and it's many cnviron-
mental programs throughout
-the cotmty. The sale will offer
all plants in the nursery at a
20% discount throughout the
month of May. Plants include
annuals, perennials, shrubs,
trees, hanging flower and fern
baskets, tropicals and more.


The nuIrsery is located on 2
plus acres on Park Ave. in
Milton.
The Clean Comnmunity
Systell runs many environ-
mental programs in Santa
Rosa, including Adopt-A-Spot,
Coastal Clean-Up, Rivers
Clean-Up. the Panhandle
Butterfly House,' and many
more, as well as working with
beautification committees on
having public plantings.


The nursery is located at
6758 Park Avenue in Milton,
which is two trallffic signals
north from highway 90 on
Stewart Street, right on Park
and down about half a block on
the left. Hours of operation are
Tuesday through Saturday,
from 9 am through 5- pm. For
more information, call the
Clean Community System at
623-1930 or online at
www.srclean.org.


Milton library holding used book sale


The Friends of the Milton
Library group is having a huge
used book sale at the Milton


Library on Alabama Street on
Friday and Saturday, May 2
and 3, from 9 a.m. 4 p.m.


HAVE 401(K) QUESTIONS? LET'S TALK.


Darrel R Greer
Financial Advisor
6259 Hwy 90
Parkmore Plaza
Milton, FL 32570
850-983-1471


www.edwardjones.com '-mirI seP


Bargains hardback and paper-
back books, including fiction
and non-fiction for adults and
youth will be available, as well
as video and audio formats.
Prices start at $1.00. Donations
of used books for the book sale
are being accepted at the
Milton Library until today,
April 30.
For a bargaiil of $10.00,
you can purchase a new
"green" bag for books and
many other items, promoting
the Milton Library new build-
ing effort.


COLLECTOR'S CORNER by ROBERT G. MCCLURE
As your Santa Rosa County Tax Collector, I would like to take this opportunity
to make sure that everyone is aware of one of the many services that my office
provides. This service is the issuance of Santa Rosa County Business Tax
Receipts (BTR's). These were formerly known as Occupational Licenses;
however, their name was changed per Florida Statutes
on January 1st of 2007 to Business Tax Receipts.
Anyone who operates a business or provides.a service
in Santa Rosa County must make application and pay
applicable fees to obtain a Santa Rosa County
Business Tax Receipt. These BTR's expire on
September 30th each year and must be renewed annu-
ally. The fees vary depending on the type of business.
Also, some applications require additional certifica-
tions through the county, state, or health department
prior to being issued. You may access an application
and find additional information on our web-site
www.robertmcclure.com. You may also search our BTR listings via business
name. You also have the capability to download full listings as well as weekly
or monthly new listings of Business-Tax Receipts which have been issued.
Please do not hesitate to call us at 983-1800 if you have any questions whatso-
ever concerning your Business Tax Receipt.

As always, thank you for allowing me and my staff to serve you. .


Robert G. McClure, CFC











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Keep Santa Rosa beautiful

Darrell Greer, President of the Kiwanis Club of Santa Rosa Sunrise is thanking John Tonkin,
Executive Director of the Santa Rosa Clean Community System, Inc. Tonkin gave the mem-
bers a report of the past and future in the prevention of litter. With a new county litter
ordinance, Sheriff's Deputies can now write citations, issue warnings and make arrests
regarding almost any litter, illegal dumping or public nuisance. He stated that people tend
to litter because they feel no sense of personal ownership. That is why the newest program,
Adopt-A-Spot is growing by leaps and bounds. People can see that volunteers, people just
like them, are picking up the trash and not by someone being paid to pick it up. If you
would like to participate in the Adopt-A-Spot program, call John at the Clean Community
Office on Park Avenue at 850-623-1930. Kiwanis Club of Santa Rosa Sunrise has adopted
a spot. Please join us in this worthwhile effort.

Wolfe Family
Reunion
The Wolfe Family
Reunion is Sunday, May 4 at
the Horse Stables. Bring a
covered dish. Friends and
family are welcome.

Bingo canceled on
First Saturdays
The 'Ladies Auxiliary of
the Knights of Columbus
have canceled Bingo at the ..
Knights of Columbus Hall on
first Saturdays. Thank you for ..
your patronage over the years. .


Baby of the Week
Isn't this little guy adorable! His name is Brandon Gene
S I Graves and he is 6 months old. He was born Monday,
September 24, 2007. Brandon has a brother named Austin.
The happy parents are John & Heidi Graves. Johnny Graves
and Gloria Graves are the prqud grandparents.



Dan McKenzie

McKenzie GMC Pontiac & Buick


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RALPH NESENSON
Rarely do we find an individual
who is as dedicated to military veterans
as is Ralph Nesenson, a guy with a big
heart, and a still bigger aspiration to see
that our military veterans have their
rightful place in history. But more than
that, Ralph is interested in our veterans
as they are now and is striving whole-
heartedly to see that they have the com-
fort and fulfillment they deserve in the
retiring years that they are presently
enjoying.
He is fulfilling one of these self-
imposed obligations through service with
the newly formed Emerald Coast Honor
Flight Santa Rosa County. It is an organi-
zation formed to raise $80,000 to send all
Santa Rosa County WW II Veterans to
Washington D.C: to see their Memorial
at no cost to them before they die. He is
the treasurer of that organization and
Ralph Nesenson continues working diligently to fulfill its
dream.
In 2004 Ralph became the County Veterans Memorial Plaza manager after
working tirelessly selling bricks in connection with helping to get the Plaza estab-
lished for the public. If you have had the privilege of visiting the Veterans
Memorial Plaza, you can readily see much of the work that Ralph is responsible for.
After its dedication in 2004, Ralph was instrumental in coordinating the publishing
of the Freedom Book that has been made part of the eighth grade school curriculum
in Santa Rosa County Schools.
Further evidence of his care, dedication, and commitment to veterans rests in
his participation in the Help Theni Call Home program which involved collecting
old cell phones and converting them into phone cards for Military troops in Iraq to
use. He was just as active and showed the same energy in his work with creating
the Wall of Tears Monument.
Ralph is the kind of person whose deeds display his heart's desire, and we
applaud his seemingly never endingenergy in continuing to do whatever lie thinks
will further the quality of life for our veterans. As the single parent of an eight-year-
old girl (his Heart), he is a shining example of one who deserves our appreciation
and support ... and thus, we salute him for his deeds and involvements!




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Community


Cancer Survivors
The Milton Relay for
Life Cancer Survivor's
Reception is Friday, May 2,
in the gym at Pensacola
Junior College, Milton
Campus.
Registration starts at
4:00 p.m. and the program
will begin at 4:30 p.m.
Refreshments will be
provided by local businesses
in the area. The survivors
walk the first lap of the 18-
hour relay. There is no
charge for this event and you
are encouraged to attend. If
you should need additional
information, call 626-5113.

Mosaic Tile
Workshop offered
Mark Schmitt will offer
a Mosaic Tile Art Workshop
at the Dragonfly Gallery.
This 2 day workshop will be
on May 4th, from 1:00-4:00
and May 10th, from 1:00-
3:00. Participants will create
a tile stepping stone and can-
dleholder.
Mark is a local artist and
has lived in Pace since 1996.
A native of Kent, Ohio,
Mark retired from the Navy
-in 2005. He now is a Career
' and Academic Advisor at
Pensacola Junior College
part time, which allows him
time to work on his unique
art. Mark is one of only a
few artists working in this
medium.
Class size is limited
please contact the Gallery at
981-1100 to register or for
further details. The
Dragonfly Gallery located at
5188 Escambia Street in his-
toric downtown Milton, is a
mission of the Santa Rosa
Art and Culture Foundation,
Inc. www.sracf.org, It is a
juried gallery of local artists.
Gallery hours are Tuesday
through Saturday from 10:00
a.m. until 4:00 p.m.

Community invited
to Milton Relay
For Life Event
The Milton Relay For
Life kicks off at 6 p.m. on
Friday, May 2 when area
cancer survivors will walk
the Survivor Lap to celebrate
their victory with cancer.
Relay For Life continues
'with 18 overnight, continu-
ous hours of food, fun,
games and entertainment. At
9 p.m., a special Luminaria
Ceremony will be held to
remember those who have
lost their battle to cancer and
honor those who have sur-
vived. Hundreds of
Luminaria will line the track
and will be left burning
throughout the night to
remind the participants of
the incredible importance of
their contributions. If some-
one in your life has been
touched by cancer, then this
event is for you. Join us for
another incredible Relay
experience at PJC Milton
Campus on May 2 and 3. For
more information, contact
Joann Hardy at 529-0399 or
hardyj@mail.santarosa.kl 2.f
1.us.

Spot open Summer
Horse Camp
The Happy Hoofer
Horse Camp is offering stu-
dents from Escambia and
Santa Rosa counties an


opportunity to apply for a
free spot at Summer Horse
Camp. To be considered for
the spot, applicants must
submit a one-page, hand-
written essay on the topic:
What Horses Mean to Me.
Girls and boys, aged 6 to 16
are eligible to apply. Essays
must be received by May 20
and the winners will be
announced on May 31.
Essays will be judged prima-
rily on originality and sincer-
it), but punctuation and
grammar will count. To
apply, mail your essay to
9448 Redland Rd., Milton,
FL 32583. There are six ses-
sions of camp and at least
two winners will be chosen.
Be sure to include contact
information. For more infor-
mation, e-mail horse-
camp@bellsouth.net. Visit
http://www.happyhoofer.co
m/Horse_Camp.html to
learn more about horse
camp.

Celebrate
Barbershop Chorus
Join the Fiesta
Barbershop Chorus as we cel-
ebrate 50 Golden Years of
Barbershop Harmony! The
Chorus along with guest quar-
tets "Ah Declare," the Tink
Spots and A Different
Arrangement and quartets
from the chorus' own ranks
will fill the evening with
"beautiful melodic sounds of
4 part Barbershop Harmony."
Special Guest will be the
Gulf Coast Chorale! Back
from his home planet of
Arkeliss, Elvis will also be
there to add his voice to the
celebration! Join us for a
night to remember as the
Fiesta Barbershop Chop Chorus and
our guests take you back
through the years in song!
Who: the Fiesta
Barbershop Chorus
What: The 50th
Anniversary Show "Singing
Thru the Years" -1958-2008
When: Saturday May 3rd
7 p.m.
Where Center For the
Fine and Performing Arts on
the campus of the University
of West Florida.
How Much: General
Admission tickers $15.00,
Seniors 60+ $13.00, kids 11
and under FREE.
Contact: For ticket infor-
mation or to charge by phone
call (850) 937-6873.

Community urged
to join new
Disaster aid Group
Santa Rosa County
, Emergency Management
invites all non-profits, faith-,
based organizations and
businesses to join the newly
formed COAD, or
Community Organizations
Active in Disaster. The inau-
gural meeting with lunch
provided is Wednesday, May
14 from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
at the county auditorium
located at 4530 Spikes Way
in Milton. COAD is a means
for non-governmental organ-
izations to become involved
in disaster preparedness,
mitigation, response and
recovery of the community.
Registration is available
online at http://www.san-
tarosa.fl.gov/emergency/pla
ns.html by clicking on the
COAD tab. For more infor-


mation, contact Daniel lahn
at (850) 983-4606.

Annual Bears
Event and Dealer
Appreciation Run
There will be a Bears &
Dealer Appreciation Run
Sponsored By ABATE of
Florida, Inc. Gulf Coast
Chapter
When: Saturday, May
10th Registration 9 AM -
First bike out at 11 a.m. Last
bike in at 2 p.m.
Where: Harley DAVID-
SON of Pensacola 6385
Pensacola Blvd Pensacola.
What: Cost is $10.00 + 1
New Stuffed Animal Per
Person
Reason: The stuffed ani-
mals will be given to the fol-'
lowing organizations: Sacred
Heart Children's Hospital,
West Florida Hospital, vari-
ous fire departments and Big
Brothers & Big Sisters in
order to help provide comfort
to children in times need and
crisis.
Music will be provided
by Boogie, Inc. Food will be
available by Domino's Pizza
and Pensacola Hooters.
There will be door prizes
and cash prizes for best and
worst poker hand.
For additional informa-
tion please contact "Satch" at
(850) 324-7529 or gca-
batepres@ bellsouth.net

"Digging It" Series
to resume May 3rd
The last two classes of the
current portion of the
"Digging It" Series, spon-
sored by The Navarre Garden
Club, will be held on May 3rd
and May 31st at St
Augustine's Episcopal
Church, on Hwy' 98 in
Navarre.
Both classes will begin at
8 am and end at 12:30.
Horticulture expert and
instructor, Tina Tuttle,
designed this series for the
Florida Federation of Garden
Clubs.
The May 1st class will
concentrate on bulbs for the
Florida Gardener, while The
May 31st class is on
Container Grown Plants.
Both classes have a lecture
portion, followed by a hands-
on workshop. On the 31st,
students will take home a
completed container garden.
The last four classes in
the series will be scheduled
sometime in the fall. For more
information contact Judith
Begue at (850) 936-4150 or
email: jsbegue@aol.com. The
cost is $20 per class, and reg-
istration checks can be mailed
to Navarre Garden Club, Inc
P.O. Box 5606, Navarre FL
32566.

Republican Club
to meet
The Republican Club of
Santa Rosa County will hold
its monthly meeting and
Dutch Treat Dinner at The
Club at Hidden Creek, 3070
PGA Blvd, Navarre, FL
32566 at 6:30 p.m. on
Tuesday. May 6, 2008. The
Featured Speaker is Brenda
Martin, candidate for Santa
Rosa County School Board
District 2. Bring a guest. For
additional information con-
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Kindergarten
Registration-Pea
Ridge Elementary
Pea Ridge ES will be
holding Kindergarten
Registration on May 7 (Wed.)
and May 8 (Thurs.).
Wednesday time is 8 a.m. to
2 p.m.; Thursday time is
5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Requirements are: child must
be 5 years of age on or before
September 1, 2008. Items you
must bring with you are: birth
certificate, State of Florida
Immtinization Record (blue
card), State of Florida School
Physical (less than one year
old when school starts),
child's social security number,
and proof of residence (i.e. -
utility bill, rental agreement)
Any questions concerning
exemptions from required
immunizations should be
addressed to the Santa Rosa
Health Department at 983-
5200 or to your family physi-
cian.
When you arrive, come to
the office and follow the signs
marked Kindergarten
Registration. For more infor-
mation, call 995-3680.

Bagdad Volunteer
Fire Department
Raffle fundraiser
The Bagdad Volunteer
Fire Department is raffling a
Tony Hawk Skateboard &
autographed photo! Tickets
are $1.00 each or 6 for $5.00


You can purchase tickets at
Beyond Board Skate Shop at
5179 Stewart Street or by call-
ing Debbie at 626-3966.
Drawing will be held on
August 9, 2008 at the political
rally. You do not have to be
present to win.

Cancer Support
Group Jay
Danny Holt will be the
guest speaker at the Jay
Hospital Cancer Support
Group meeting on Monday,
May 5 from 6 to 7 p.m.
Danny is a 23-year survivor
and he will be sharing his
inspirational testimony about
living with and surviving
cancer. Please join us for a
meal and an evening of fel-
lowship on Monday, May 5,
6 to 7 p.m. in the Jay Hospital
Royal Room. The meal and
program are both free to the
public. Interested in coming?
Call Gloria Lewis at
850.675.8082. This is open to
all survivors, their friends,
family and caregivers.


City of Milton
Meetings
-City of Milton's
Ordinance Review
Committee will meet
Monday, May 5 at 3 p.m. in
Conference Room B at Milton
City Hall, 6738 Dixon Street.
-City of Milton's Public
Works Committee will meet
Tuesday, May 6, at 8:30 a.m.
in Conference Room B at City
Hall.
-City Council will meet
in Executive Session on
Monday, May 5, at 4 p.m.. in
Council Chambers of City
Hall.
-Milton's Physical Plant
and Insurance Committee will
meet on Wednesday, May 7 at
9 a.m. in Conference Room B
of City Hall.
-Milton Christmas
Decoration Committee will
meet Wednesday, May 7 at 5
p.m. in Conference Room B
of City Hall.
All meetings are open to
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tion, call 983-5411.


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Pace advances 2-1


7 Brooks' single is all the

Lady Pats need to advance


By BILL GAMBLIN
sports@srpressgazette.com
It was a classic softball
game between two talented
teams, but in the end it was a
'key double-play, which kept
Pace alive 2-1 with a win
over Tallahassee Lincoln.
Pace lead 2-1 in the top
of the seventh inning with
Lincoln's Brittany Doty on
first base with no outs.
Pace head coach Curtis
Williams made the call and
brought in Katy Neal to
relieve Kira Orr, who had 12
strikeouts during the first six
innings.
Sarah Scott dug in and
drove Neal's second pitch to
second base where Michelle
Hummel tagged Doty and,
then threw out Scott at first
for a double play.
"I thought she was a lit-
tle further back than she
was," said Hummel. "I
applied the tag and then went
to first.
"We knew they were
good coming in and we had
to play our game to beat
them."
Neal recorded the final
out of the game by striking
out Kaitlyn Bowles and the
celebration began.
"The pitcher (Scott) bat-
'tled Kira and got a bloop
;hit," said Williams. "When
'she got another we had


already planned to bring
Katy in to mix it up on them.
"Both of our pitchers are
championship caliber and
have a great deal of experi-
ence. Kira did an outstanding
job and Katy just closed the
deal tonight.
As far as scoring went
the Lady Patriots jumped out
early and looked to take it to
the nationally ranked Lady
Trojans.
Brittney Dowdle dou-
bled off the wall and moved
to third when Kirstyn Joiner
singled.
Lizzie Gunter hit a shot
to short, but instead of going
to first the shortstop gunned
Dowdle out at home in a
bang-bang play.
But the call didn't faze
Pace.
McKenzie Vaughn took
one for the team which
loaded the bases for Shelby
Brooks.
Brooks took the second
pitch from Scott to right field
driving in two runs.
That would be all that
Pace could manage and
eventually need.
For the next six innings
Pace was held hitless.
"You don't realize it was
going to be the winning run
until you get later into the
game," said Brooks. "(Scott)
See PACE Page 2B


Pace Head Coach Curtis Williams tells Shelby Brooks to make her turn after a long single drove home two runs against
Tallahassee Lincoln Friday night in the Class 5A Region 1 Semi-Finals. Pace played Bartram Trail Tuesday for a chance to defend
their state title.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Pace falls to Niceville,



Jay wins district crown


By ADAM PRUIETT
Florida Freedom Newspapers
CRESTVIEW -
Brothers Josh and Shawn
McDorman share a little joke
that Shawn can't pitch effec-
tively until a runner reaches
first base.
For whatever reason,
Shawn is more adept at
pitching from the stretch
than the windup. On
Thursday at Crestview, Josh
took a cue from his younger
sibling when the Niceville:
lefthander couldn't get com-
fortable from the windup
while warming up for a
District 1-5A tournament
finals rematch with Pace.
Pitching from the stretch
the entire game, Josh
McDorman threw what
teammate Matt Herndon
called his "best game of high
school, easy" in a 6-0 victo-
ry as the Eagles captured
their first district title since
2005 and avenged last sea-
son's loss to the Patriots in
the championship game.
"They got us last year,
and I think all the seniors
and everyone who was on
the team last year remem-
bered that," said Herndon,
who delivered the key blow
offensively with a bases-
clearing double in
Niceville's four-run second
inning.
McDorman struck out
five while tossing a three-hit
shutout for Niceville (19-
10), which will host
Rutherford on Tuesday in the
regional tournament.
Rutherford lost 8-5 to
Mosley in the District 2
championship.
Niceville's pitching was
nothing short of awesome in
the district tournament.
Austin Wood opened with a
shutout of Choctawhatchee,
Brett DeVall blanked
Crestview and McDorman
didn't allow a run against


Pace traveled to Mosley Tuesday night for their first round
game while Panama City Bozeman visited Jay.


Pace.
"The guys behind me
were making a lot of plays,"
McDorman said. "I only had
five strikeouts, so they were
putting it in play pretty good.
Every time they got close (to
scoring), one of my team-
mates made a great play
behind me."
Thanks to its second-
inning outburst, Niceville
didn't leave much doubt. It
started with a pair of singles
by Jordan Demos and
Michael Wells and then Pace
starter Craig Brown got
wild, walking Ben DeVall
and, one out later, issuing a
free pass to Stephen
Clements that brought in
Niceville's first run.


Herndon followed by
cracking a double to the left-
center gap that brought in
three more runs.
Tyler Raggard relieved
Brown in the third inning
and pitched solidly, allowing
two unearned runs in the
seventh inning on Robby
Campbell's double.
Campbell, Wells and
McDorman had two hits
apiece.
C.T. Bradford, Boone
Shear and Seth Fricks col-
lected hits for Pace, which
travels to Mosley for the
regional quarterfinals.
McDorman retired 11 of the
last 12 Patriots to seal the
win.
See PREPS Page 2B


Pace Chamber Golf








It was a full house at the
Pace Area Chamber of
Commerce Golf
Scramble at the Moors
on Friday. The weather
cooperated as golfers
enjoyed the ride in their
carts and a round of golf.
(Right) Gene Petrie is
seen putting for a birdie
on the ninth green.
Press Gazette photo
by Bill Gamblin ""1""


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Page 2-B


Sports


Santa Rosa Kid's
House Golf Tournameunt:
Faternal Order of Police
Lodge #123 is hosting a
charity golf tournament at
Tanglewood Golf and
Country Club May 9th to
benefit the Santa Rosa
Kids House.
A shotgun start for this
four-person scramble will
get underway at 1 p.m with
registration and lunch
beginning at 11:30 a.m.
Entry fee is $50 per
person and includes lunch,
and free range balls.
Mullignas and Reg Tee
Busters will be available.
Team sponsor packages
and tee sign sponsorships
are also available.
Prizes will be awarded
to both the scratch and low
handicap winners.
There will be a closest
to the pin on all par threes
and door prizes.
For more information
call 206-5126 or 623-6923.
Pace Library Sports
Raffle: Friends of the
Pace Libaray will be raf-
fling off various sports
itmes to add a children's
activity room to the Pace
Library.
Some of the items you
could win include a Eli
Manning signed Giants
football, an Emmitt
Smith signed Cowboys
helmet, a Travis Fryman
signed baseball, Boo
Weekley signed hat and
picture, Haley Millsaps
signed hat and picture,
Danny Woerffle signed
mini-helmets, and much
more.
Ticket sales are under-
way for $10 each or six for
$50. The raffle ends Nov.
29.
Tuesday Night
Summer League: The
Tuesday Night Church
Mixed Team is looking to
form a summer league at
Oops Alley.
The season will run
from May 20th through
August 19.
This is a USBC sanc-
tioned league and the
deadline to sign up is May
1.


Since the league
formed back in 2006 they
have donated over $2,000
to local charities.
For more information
call 623-6807.
Milton Kiwanis Golf
Tournament: The third
annual Milton Kiwanis
Golf Tournament will be
held May 3 at Whiting
Field.
Registration for this
four-person scramble will
begin at 11 a.m. with a
shotgun start at noon.
Entry fee is $300 per
team and includes one
mulligan, a tee buster and
lunch.
Team sponsor pack-
ages are avaialbel as well
as tee sign sponsorships.
Proceeds from this
tournament will benefit
children programs of
Santa Rosa County sup-
ported by the Kiwanis
Club.
Prizes will be awarded
to first, second, and third
place along with closest
to the pin and the longest
drive.
For more information
call 686-2176 or 393-
6034.
Blackwater Saddle
Club Monthly Speed
Show: The Blackwater
Saddle Club will hold
their monthly speed show
May 10 at 5 p.m. at the
East Milton Arena.
Registration gets
underway at 4 p.m. 'for
competition in five differ-
ent events pole bending,
Texas barrel weave,
Blackwater T, barrel race
and arena race.
Competion will be in
six different classes: pee
wee, beginner, intermedi-
ate, junior, senior, and
Jack Benny easy rider.
The easy rider class is
for the training of horse
and or the rider.
The public is invited
to watch.
For further informa-
tion visit their website at
www.blackwatersaddle-
club.corn
ABATE Bears event
and poker run: The Gulf


Wednesday-April 30, 2008


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette

Sports


Coast Champer of ABATE
of Florida will have their
annual bears event and
dealer appreciation poker
run on May 10.
Registration is at 9
a.m. with the first bike
out at 11 a.m. and last
bike in at 2 p.m. at Harley
Davidson of Pensacola.
The cost to particiapte
is $10 and one new suffed
animal per person.
This event will benefit
Sacred Heart Chgildren's
Hospita. West Flrodia
Hospital, various fire
departments, and Big
Brothers/Big Sisters.
The stuffed animals
will eb given to various
agencies for providing
comfort to small children
in the community in times
of need and crisis.
Futbol Club of Santa
Rosa Adult Soccer
Re g i stration :
Registration is currently
underway for Adult 6v6
soccer. Online registra-
tion is available at the
FCSR we'bsite
www.fcsantarosa.com.
The registration fee will
be $70 -for the 10 week
season, with games on
Monday evenings. For
more information please
check the FCSR website
or call 994-KICK.
VFW Golf Tourney:
The Milton Veterans of
Foreign Wars Post 4833
will be hosting a golf
tournament on May 17 at
Tanglewood Golf and
Country Club.
This four-man scram-
ble is $50 per person
with prizes awarded to
the top three places along
with a cash prize for
closest to the pin and
longest drive.
Also you can sponsor
a veteran for a $50 dona-
tion with their name and
yours on a tee sign.
The deadline to enter
is May 12.
An awards dinner will
immedately follow the
tournament at the VFW
Post on Carroll Road in
Milton.
For more information


Pace


Continued From Page One
pitched a pretty consistent
game so we had to go up and
hit the ball to get runs early.
"We knew she would get
more intense as the night


went on."
Lincoln's only run came
in the fourth inning as
Mandy Etheridge doubled
and Scott singled up the mid-
dle to drive her home.


call 994-9499 or 623-
4833.
Reggie Evans
Southeastern Jam: The
Southern Yo.uth Sports
Association will host the
Reggie Evans
Southeastern Jam May 23
through May 25.
This tournament will
be open to Boys and girls
team U-10 to U-17 with
three games guaranteed.
Featured guests will
include Reggie Evans,
Lady Comfort of the L.A.
Sparks, Alex Gordon,
Ralph Mims, and Jason
Rich.
Team entry fee is
$275.
For more information
call 777-0165, 602-3464,
390-3682, or 723-9087.
Stetson University
Hoops Camp: Derek
W.a u g h / S t e t s o n
University Boy's'
Basketball Camp from
June 22 to August 6.
Five different camps
are being offered cover-
ing individual skills,
shooting, and position.
For dates and more
information you can con-
tact Stetson University at
386-822-8101 or visit
them on the web at
www.stetson.edu/hoop-
scamp.
Central Florida
Fastpitch Camp: Central
Florida University is
holding three different
fastpitch softball camps.
These camps will run
frm June 8 to June 19 and
cover pitching/catching,
offense/defense. and a
general day camp.
For more information on
this camp call 407-823-4298
or visit them on the web at
www.centralfloridafast-
pitchcamp.com.
More activities can be
found at
www.srpressgazette.com.
Look for the box called
'Things to Do'.
There you can check
on activities by zip code
or activity. And you are
also more than welcome
to enter your events there
as well.


- c Reports B


This report represents
some events the Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) handled
the week of April 17 through
24: however; it does not
include all actions taken by
the Division of Law
Enforcement.

ESCAMBIA COUNTY

On April 17, Officer
Kenneth Manning was
patrolling in the Perdido
River Wildlife Management
Area when he located a man
at the Sand Landing boat
ramp. A warrants check
revealed a warrant out of
Escambia County. The man
was arrested and turned over
to the Escambia County
Sheriffs Office for booking.

Later that evening,
Officer Manning and Lt. Dan
Hahr interviewed a man
regarding a complaint that he
had taken an alligator and
released it in a private pond
on his property. Upon
arrival, the officers saw the
four foot long alligator on
the bank of the pond. They
spoke to the subject, who
allegedly took the alligator,
and obtained a confession.
The man stated that he
caught the alligator while
fishing and brought it home
to put in a catfish pond on his
father's property. Charges
will be filed for possession
of an alligator.

On April 22, Officers
Keith Clark and Andy
Maltais were working feder-
al fisheries approximately
14 miles south of the
Pensacola Pass. While
inspecting a recreational ves-
sel, they discovered seven
undersize and out'of?season
red snapper and two under-
size greater ambeijack. The
captain of the vessel was
cited for the violations.

OKALOOSA COUNTY

On April 20, Officer
Randall Brooks responded to
the City of Crestview regard-
ing a black bear roaming
freely through a residential
neighborhood. The bear
was approximately 20 feet
up a tree when Officer
Brooks arrived. An FWC
biologist tranquilized the
bear to safely remove it from
the neighborhood and relo-
cate it to the Apalachicola
National Forest.

On April 21, Officers
Willie Mailoto and David
Brady stopped a personal
watercraft (PWC) in Destin
Pass for careless operation.
While conducting a boating
safety inspection, the offi-
cers observed a pipe and


small bag of cannabis in the
console of the PWC. The
operator was charged for
possession of less than 20
grams of cannabis and pos-
session of drug parapherna-
lia. The operator was issued
a warning for the boating
violation.

Officers Mailoto and
Brady later stopped another
PWC in Gamier Bayou for
careless operation. A pipe
and bag of cannabis were
observed when the operator
retrieved the vessel registra-
tion from the console. The
operator was charged for
possession of less than 20
grams of cannabis, posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia
and careless operation.

On April 19, Officers
David Jernigan and Joe
Murphy were patrolling on
Karick Lake when they
encountered two men fishing
for bass. The men were in
possession of an undersized
black bass and tried to claim
that they had caught the
fish in a private pond and
brought the fish with them to
the fish management area.
One man was cited for the
violation.

BAY COUNTY

Officer Mark Clements
was on water patrol when he
conducted a resource inspec-
tion on a subject who had no
saltwater fishing license. A
check also revealed the fish-
er had an.outstanding arrest
warrant from Bay County.
The subject was booked into
the Bay County Jail.

K-9 Officer Mike Guy
responded to the
Jackson/Washington County
line regarding a night hunt-
ing complaint. Officer Guy
located a suspect vehicle and
began to follow it. While
doing so, he observed the
vehicle pull into two large
fields and sweep the fields
with its headlights. When
the vehicle was stopped, a
loaded .22 caliber rifle was
observed on the front seat.
Citations were issued.

Lt. Jay Chesser was
dispatched to a report of
subjects taking undersized
grey snapper off the St.
Andrews State Park jetties.
Several fishermen told the
subjects that the fish were
undersize, but they were
ignored. Three subjects
were located and an inspec-
tion of their cooler revealed
30 gray snapper, 26 of
which were under the 10-
inch minimum size limit.
Citations were issued for
the size and bag limit viola-
tions.


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Preps


Continued From Page One
"(McDorman) just
manned up, went out there
and shined," Niceville coach
Kevin Berry said. "Again,
our defense showed up.
"We had a lot of adversi-
ty this year, and I'm so
proud of our kids' They
overcame the adversity, they
adjusted and they did really
well."
Jay 3, Freeport 2
It came down to a two
out hit from Tyler DeGraaf in
the bottom of the eighth to
secure the Royals second
consecutive District 1-2A
crown.


Brandt Hendricks got the
win pitching eight innings
and striking out 16 Bulldogs.
Hendricks helped his
cause at the plate with aRBI
triple in the third inning,
while Myles Hammac drove
in the other run of the inning
as Jay took an early 2-0 lead.
Freeport would battle
back and score two runs in
the fifth inning.
The game remained tied
until DeGraaf's single.
Jay hosted Panama City
Bozeman Tuesday night in
the opening round of the
Class 2A playoffs as the
Royals finished district play
12-0.








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May Angel Food Ministry Menu available soon


Welcome to It's A
Blessing! Units of food are
made available to you
through Angel Food
Ministries on a monthly
basis at only $30 per unit.
You may purchase as many
units as you want. Each unit
that you purchase allows you
to buy the specials. May's
distribution- takes place
Saturday. May 31, from 8 to
9:30 a.m. at the Fellowship
Hall. Milton's host site is
First United Methodist
Church, located at 6830
Berryhill St. Sign-up is May
6, 7, & 8 from 11 to 12:30
p.m. at the Church Office.
Also. Wednesday. May 7
from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the
Fellowship Hall.
May menu tentatively
-is: 1.5 lb. Bacon Wrapped
Beef Fillet (4 x 6 oz.), 2.5
lbs. Breaded Chicken Breast
Filets, 1.5 lbs. Bone-In Pork
SSteaks (4 x 6 oz.), 28 oz.
Salisbury Stake Dinner
Entree, 2.5 lbs. Beef & Bean
Burritos (10 x 4 oz.), 2 lbs.
Popcorn Chicken, 9.5 oz.
Stouffer's Flat Bread Pizza,
16 oz. Cauliflower & Carrot
Blend, 15 oz. Corn Niblets,


16 oz. Green Beans, 2 lbs.
Fresh Onions, 29 oz. Pears,


32 oz. Borden 2% Reduced
Fat Shelf-Stable Milk, 9 oz.
Breakfast Cereal, 8 oz. Corn
Muffin Mix, 16 oz. Bean
Soup Mix, 1 Dozen Eggs, 1
Dessert Item, All this for just
the low cost of $30.
One or More Specials


Available Only with the
Purchase of a Regular Box


Above.
May Special #1 at
$20.00 is 7 lb. Grill Box,
which includes 1.75 lbs.
Chicken Breast Kebob Kit
(makes 6-8 kebobs), 1.5 lbs.
Chicken Breast, 4 oz.
Vegetables (onions, peppers)


& skewers, 1.25 lb. Rib-eye
Steaks (2 x 10 oz.). 2 Ibs
'[hick Cut Pork Chops (4 x 8
oz.), 2 Ibs. Beef Hamburger
Steaks (4 x 8 oz.).
May Special #2 at
$20.00 is 5 lb. Steak Box -
1.5 lb. Bone-In New York
Strip Steaks (2 x 12 oz.), 1.5
lb. Bone-In Ribeye Steaks (2
x 12 oz.), 2 lbs. Sirloin Strips
(4 x 8 oz.)
May Special #3 at
$20.00 is 12 lb. Chicken
Combo Box. 5 lbs. Avg.
Whole Chicken, 2 lbs.
Breaded Chicken Tenders,
30 oz. Individually Vacuum
packed Boneless Skinless
Chicken Breasts (6 x 5 oz.),
1 lb. fully cooked breaded
Chicken Wings, 2 lbs.
Chicken Breasts.
Angel Food Ministries
reserves the right to substi-
tute any of the above items
due to availability, cost and
quality.
Food Stamps (EBT) are
accepted.
Call 623-6683 for more
information!


Harold First Baptist Church celebrates 50 Years!

Come celebrate 50 Years k
of Worship with Harold First
Baptist Church on Sunday,
May 4th at 11 a.m. There
will be 'dinner on the
grounds' served around noon
time. Everyone is welcome!
Weather permitting there
will be a concert by the
Hendersons outside. Bring a
lawn chair! There will be
plenty of activities for chil-
dren and adults.


Chumuckla UMC to pray
Thursday is National Day of Prayer. Chumuckla United
Methodist is inviting the community to come pray with them.
People will be praying from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. in tjhe sanctuary.
This -year's prayer focus will be for the Velvie Hatfield
family in her homegoing, Greg Joseph who is taking treat-
ments for a brain tumor, the upcoming elections, peace and
spiritual awakening for our nation.


BCF Choir Workshop

includes Pine Terrace youth


Over 35 young people
from the Pine Terrace Youth
Choir in Milton, Florida
arrived on The Baptist
College of Florida (BCF)
Graceville campus at 9:30
am Saturday, April 19, ready
and excited to fine tune their
musical skills.
Under the direction of
BCF Music and Worship
Division Chair Dr. Don
Odom, the youth rehearsed,
learned choral techniques,
and had the unique opportu-
nity to practice in the R. G.
Lee Chapel. Students were
divided into three sections
led by current BCF students
and simultaneously practiced
for a combined rehearsal
presentation. According to
Scott Small, Minister of


Music at Pine Terrace and
BCF Music Alum, BCF was
the perfect place to have a
choir retreat. "We are so
going to be ready for tour
this year," stated Small.
The Pine Terrace youth
group was not only exposed
to the musical talent and
leadership ability of the BCF
music division, but also
experienced campus life first
hand by having their lunch
provided by Mike Parrish in
the BCF Lake Vista Dining
facility.
For more information
on youth choir workshops,
contact the Music and
Worship Division at The
Baptist College of Florida in
Graceville at 800.328.2660
ext. 438.


Ask the Preacher

...a weekly column answering your
questions with Biblical answers about life.

Pastor Gallups "What do you think of the HPV
shots that are being offered to teen girls...and in some
states, REQUIRED?" -Amy from Milton
The State that you are referring to which mandated
these shots is Texas. To my knowledge, Florida has not yet
done this.
The purpose of vaccinations in children at schools
was to prevent the spread of communicable diseases.
There's nothing wrong with doing that ...except that HPV
is not a disease that is spread in any other way other than
direct sexual intercourse.
Keeping children out of school because they have not
been vaccinated with the HPV vaccine is a serious, prece-
dent-setting action. It replaces parental medical decision-
making with government intervention and makes "state
officials" the primary sexual-health decision makers for
our children.
The flu virus kills 60,000 annually in the U.S., but the
flu vaccine is not mandated. The HPV vaccine would
address only a percentage of the estimated 4,000 deaths
from HPV and the related cervical cancer each year.
While I support the vaccine itself, a government man-
date that little girls must be vaccinated well before they're
sexually active, with the likely consequence they would
have to get another expensive booster before they're sex-
ually active is an unacceptable assault on the girls and
their parents.
In the same vain as distributing condoms and birth
control pills in public schools, by this vaccination we con-
tinue to say to our little girls "We do not expect nor
believe that you will stay abstinent until marriage."
Additionally the vaccine only covers FOUR of 30
types of HPV! Other STDs, too, which are not affected by
the vaccine, include Chlamydia, herpes, hepatitis, tri-
chomoniasis, gonorrhea, syphilis, HIV, AIDS, etc.
It seems that we're moving toward mandating every
new vaccine on the market. But our children have too
many shots now. Every new one further taxes their
immune systems. We don't yet know the long-term effects
of this new vaccine.
Not long ago, an anti-diarrhea vaccine was approved,
recommended and used, until it killed and injured so many
babies that it was withdrawn. Oops! Every 'oops' is some-
one's life.
Mixing medicine and politics is bad medicine. The
decision to use this vaccine should be the parents and par-
ents alone. Should Florida mandate yet another "sexual
activity promotion" I would again urge parents to look
toward private or home-schooling opportunities.
Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in Milton. He has a Bachelor
of Science degree from Florida State University, and a Master of Divinity from The New Orleans
Baptist Theological Semninary. He has been pastor of HHBC since 1987. He serves as an
International Youth Evangelist for the Southern Baptist Convention preaching all over the U.S. and
Canada. For more information about HHBC, call 623-8959 or 626-8951, fax:623-0197. If you have
any questions for Ask The Preacher, send it to: Ask The Preacher. Hickory Hammock Baptist
Church, 8351 Hickory Hanunock Road, Milton, Florida 32583-paid advertisement

Yard Sale at New Vision

Worship Center starts Friday
The New Vision Worship Center, located at 5573
Stewart Street, will be having a huge yard sale on Friday and
Saturday, May 2 & 3. It will begin at 8 a.m. each day and end
at 4 p.m. All proceeds will go toward Youth Camp! Need
more information? Call 626-9792.

UMC Mens' Dinner is May 5
The United Methodist Men's Subdistrict Fellowship
Dinner is Monday, May 5 at 6:30 p.m. at First UMC of Pace;
Christian Community Center. Guest speaker will be
Evangelist Brad McClain from Dauphin Way UMC in
Mobile. Menu is BBQ Pork with all the trimmings. For more.
information, call 850.994.5608 or
gandmdavis@bellsouth.net.


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The Florida Highway
Patrol will be conducting
driver license and vehicle
inspection checkpoints dur-
ing the month of May, 2008
at the listed locations in
Santa Rosa County.
Recognizing the danger
presented to the public by
defective vehicle equipment,
troopers will concentrate
their efforts on vehicles
being operated with defects
such as bad brakes, worn
tires and defective lighting
equipment. In addition,
attention will be directed to


drivers who would violate
the-driver license laws of
Florida.
The patrol has found
these checkpoints to be an
effective means of enforcing
the equipment and driver
license laws of Florida while
ensuring the protection of all
motorists.
May 1 thru May 8 -
Quintette Road west of
County Road 197; Bagdad
Highway south of Milton;
Hamilton Bridge Road east
of Bridge; County Road 197
north of Guernsey Road;


State Road 4 northern Santa
Rosa County, State Road
399 west of State Road 87.
May 9 thru May 15 -
Nicholes Lake Road east of
State Road 87, West
Spencerfield north of U.S.
90; Ward Basin Road at the
Fire Department; Berryhill
Road east of Chumuckla
Highway; State Road 87 in
Holley-Navarre.
May 16 tfiru May 22 -
Hamilton Bridge Road east
of Bridge; State Road 89
northern Santa Rosa County;
Chumuckla Highway north


of U.S. 90; Bagdad Highway
south of Milton; Mulat Road
south of U.S. 90; Anderson
Lane south of Willard Norris
Road.
May 23 thru May 31 -
Galt City Road south of Old
Bagdad Highway; County
Road 87 north of Guernsey
Road; State Road 87 north-
ern Santa Rosa County; Da
Lisa Road east of Gait City
Road; Hamilton Bridge
Road east of Bridge;
Quintette Road east of
Escambia River; State Road
4 east of Jay City Limits.


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from talented members. There
will be finished jewelry; chain
maille: fine jewelry; fiber arts;
bead embroidery; batik cloth-
ing and artwork; macram6
items: lamp work; polymer,


precious metal clay, dichroic
and glass beads; artwork; dec-
orated gourds; soft sculpture
creations and much more.
Beads and findings too! Come
enjoy the wonderful, unique,
one-of-a-kind creations made
by our members. Enjoy live
entertainment by local musi-
cians.
Along with our bead


show, The Friends of the
Library are having their annu-
al book sale to benefit the local
libraries. Please be sure to visit
the book sale in the gymnasi-
um after enjoying our bead
show.
For further information
please contact Mary Jordan at
850-455-6109 or email
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Johnathon MacMurtrie works on a mural in a project funded by Santa Rosa Art
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Community


Wednesday-April 30 2008


Milton



Sock



Hop

Members of Milton High School Class of '64 hosted a Sock
Hop on April 26 at Milton High School's cafeteria. (Left)
June Miller dances in a poodle skirt at the Sock Hop at
Milton High School's cafeteria.
Press Gazette photos by Jeni Senter


Central


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trip to


Europe
Central High School
and local students are
expanding the classroom
next summer- to Europe!
Central High School Art
teacher Sara Mathews is
leading a group of stu-
dents on a tour to Europe
with EF Tours. Education
First is an all inclusive
educational travel compa-
ny with tours across the
globe. Students will
depart June of 2009 and
will travel to London,
Paris, Florence, and Rome
for 10 days. The expense
of the trip is substantial
for students and they will
be doing extensive
fundraising in the coming
year.
The group's first
fundraiser will be held at
the Pace International
Food Festival at Sterling
Fibers this weekend 5
p.m. 10 p.m. Friday,
May 2nd and 10 a.m. 10
p.m. Saturday, May 3rd.
The Pace Rotary has
provided the group with a
booth and they will be
collecting donations for
face painting and selling
Krispy Kreme donuts. For
many students this is the
first time traveling out-
side of the country. They
will have the opportunity
to travel to new countries,
to see other cultures, taste
new cuisine, and see
amazing monuments and
sights. If you are interest-
ed in traveling with the
group or would like more
information contact Sara
Mathews at 450-6193.


ROXANNE MEISS has met Santa Rosa
County's banking needs for over twenty
years and now serves as Branch Manager
at our new Pace office.


MIKE DIGMON, Branch Manager, sees to,
it that United Bank's Jay office continues the
quality service it first began offering north
Santa Rosa County in 2003.


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-vs.- Attorney for Robert T. Blake, Jr.
LOT 16 BLOCK E, HERITAGE ANNE MARIE BLAKE Florida Bar No. 071448
Joel M Ouellette; Rebecca A PARK REPLAT A SUBDIVISION Peridia Office Park
Ouellette a/k/a Beccy A. Quell- OF SECTION 22 TOWNSHIP Deceased. 3911 Golf Park Long #102
ette; Mortgage Electronic Regis- 2 SOUTH RANGE 26 WEST, Bradenton, Florida 34203
tration Systems Inc., as nomi- ACCORDING TO THE PLAT NOTICE TO CREDITORS Telephone: L941 746-1189
nee for PHH Mortgge Carp THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT Fox: (941) 746-6824
(f/k/a Cendant Mortgage BOOK 9 PAGE 49-51 OF THE The administration of the estate
Corp);Mortgage Electronic Re- PUBLIC RECORDS OF SANTA of Anne Maie Blake, de- Personal Representative:
istration Systems, Inc., as nomi- ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA. ceased, whose dote of death /s/
nee for Quicken Loans Inc.; Un- was May 23, 2007, is pending Robert T. Blake Jr.
known Parties in Possession #1; more commonly known as in the Circut Court or Santa 5903 Flotilla Dr., Holmes Beach
Unknown Parties in Possession 9017 Orlando Avenue, Na- Rosa County, Florida, Probate FL, 34217
#2; If living, and all Unknown varre, FL 32566. Division, the address of which is
Parties claiming by, through, un- P.O. Box 472, Milton, FL 042308
der and against the above This action has been filed 32572 The names and ad- 043008
named Defendant(s) who are against you and you are re- dresses of the personal repro- 4/400
not known to be dead or alive, quired to serve a copy of your sentative and the personal
whether said Unknown Parties written defense if any, upon representative's attorney are set _
may claim an interest as SHAPIRO & FSHlMAN, LLP, At- forth below.
Spuse, Heirs, Devisees, Grant- torneys for Plaintiff, whose ad All creditors of the decedent Legal 4/430
ees, or Other Claimants dress is 2424 North Federal and other ersons having claims
Highway, Suite 360. Boca Ra- or demands against decedent's IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
Defendant(s). ton, Florida 33431 within thirty estate on whom a copy of this AND FOR SANTA ROSA
'(30) dys after the first publica- notice is required to be served COUNTY, FLORIDA
NOTICE F ACTION FORE tion othis notice, April 11, must file their claims with this Case No. 07-765-CA
S S U E 2008 and file the original with court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
PROCEEDINGS-PROPERTY the clerk of this Court either be. MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF IN RE' The Forfeiture of:
fore service on Plaintiff's attor- THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
TO: ney or immediately there after; THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF- 2004 Dodge Neon 4-Door
Rebecca A Ouellette a/k/a otherwise default will be en- TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF VIN# IR3A566S54D615914.
Beccy A. Quellette; tered against you for the relief A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
demanded in the Complaint. THEM. DEFENDANT/CLAIMANT:
Residence unknown, if living, in- All other creditors o the dece- DEFENDANT/CLAIMANT
cluding any unknown spouse of WITNESS my hand and seal of dent and other persons havin GARY FRANCIS LUS 1 1.
the said Defendants if either this Court on the 3 day of claims or demands against
has remarried and if either or March, 2008 decedents estate most file their NrOTInCE OF FREITR T.E
both of said Defendants are claims with this court WITHIN 3
dead, their respective unknown MARY M. JOHNSON MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
heirs devisees, grantees, as- Circuit and County Courts THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF TO Gary Francis Lus II 2715
signee, creditors, lienors, and CIRCUIT COURT SEAL THIS NOTICE Turkey Bluff Road Navarre
trustees, and all other persons By: Brandy Norris ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED Florida 32566; an all persons
claiming by, through, under or Deputy Clerk WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS who claim an. interest in one
againstthe named Defendant(s) SET FORTH IN SECTION 2004 Dodge Neon 4-Door,
and heaforementioned named 042308 733,702 OF THE FLORIDA VIN# IR3A566S54D615914,
Defendant(s) and such of the 043008 PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR- silver in color which was
aforementioned unknown De- 4/43 EVERBARRED seized on or about June 15
fendants and such of the afore- NOTWITHSTANDING THE 2007 at 2715 Turke Bluff
mentioned unknown Defendants -----TIME PERIODS SET FORTH Road, Navarre, Florida 32566.
as may be infants, incompetents ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED Said property is in the custody
or otherwise not sui juris. Legal 4/400 TWO YEARS OR MORE AF- of the banta Rosa County
TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE Sheriff's Office in Santa Rosa
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF DEATH IS BARRED.. Count Florida, and a Cam-
that an action has been com- FOR SANTA ROSA The date of first publication ofat plaint Tor Final Judgment of For-
menced to foreclose a mort- COUNTY FLORIDA PRO- this notice is April16, 2008. leiture pertaining thereto has
gage on the following real rop- BATE DIVSION been in the above styled
erty, ying and bein and situ- File No. 57-2008-CP-56 Attorney for Personal Represent- cause.
ated in Santa Rosa County, Flor- Division Probate oative:
ida more particularly described 'BR S UT, EQ 20Dated this 18 day of July,
as follows: IN RE: ESTATE OF &RBERT H. SCHULTZ, ESQ 2007.


Laura Joyner Nye
LAURA JOYNER NYE
Florida Bar No.: 487236
Lindsay, Andrews, & Leonard,
PRA.
5218 Willing Street
Milton, Florida 32570
(850) 23-8200
Attorney for Plaintiff
042308
043008
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY FLORIDA PRO-
BATE DIVISION
File No. 57-2008-CP-144
Division
IN RE: ESTATE OF
CAROLYN NANNETTE CRAFT
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate
of CAROLYN NANNETTE
CRAFT, deceased, whose date
of death was March 12, 2008,
is pending in the Circuit Court
for Santo 'Rosa County, Florida
Probate Division, the addres of
which is P.O. Box 472, Milton,
FL 32572-0472 The names
and addresses of the persona
representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set
forth below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims
or demands against decedent's
estate on whom a copy of this
notice is required to be served
must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF-
TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.


All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate must file their
claims with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2 YEARS OR MORE AF-
TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of
this notice is Aprif30, 2008.
Attorney For Personal Represent-
ative:
/s/ S. A. Roddenbery Jr.
S.A. RODDENBERY, JR.
S. A. RODDENBERY JR.P.A.
Florida Bar No. 129130
3101 W. Michigan Avenue,
Suite "A"
Pensacola, FL 32526
Telephone: (850) 944-3001
Personal Representative:
/s Gerald W. Craft
GERALD W. CRAFT
1545 Oak Hill Rd.
Gulf Breeze, FL 32563
043008
050708


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 08-574-CA
IN RE: The Forfeiture of:
1995 Pontiac 2-Door
VIN # 2G2FV22P6S221917
and $2,130.00 U.S. Currency


DEFENDANTS/CLAIMANTS:


Tremain Hamilton and Lorry
Mosley


TO Tremoin Hamilton, 6564
Julia Drive, Milton, Florida
32570 and Larry Mosley,
1064 Mosley Drive, Edwards,
Mississippi 39066 and all per-
sons who claim an teresinterest
one 1995 Pontiac 2-Door, VIN
# 2G2FV22P6S2221917 AND
$2,130.00 U.S. Currency,
which was seized on or about
February 26, 2008 at 6587
Pinto Avenue in Santa Rosa
County. Said property is in the
custody of the Santa Rosa
County Sheriff's Office in Santa
Rosa County, Florida and a
Complaint for Final Judgment of
Forfeiture pertaining thereto has
been filed in the above styled
cause,
Dated this 1 1th day of April,
2007.
/S/ Laura J. Nye
LAURA JOYNER NYE
Florida Bar No.: 487236
Lindsay & Andrews, P.A.
5218 Willing Street
Milton, Florida 32570
1850)623-3200
Fax (850 623-0104
Attorney for Plaintiff
043008
050708
4/458





Legal 4/460


The reading and adoption af
the following proposed Ordi-
nance by the Board of County
Commissioners of Santo Rosa
County, is scheduled for 9:39
a.m. May 8, 2008, in the
Commissioners meeting room at
the Administrative Complex,
6495 Caroline Street, Miltoa,
Florida.
AN ORDINANCE OF SANTA
ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA
AMENDING ORDINANCE
2005-37' PROVIDING FOR
PAYMENT OF IMPACT FEES AT
THE TIME OF ISSUANCE OF A
BUILDING PERMIT- PROVIDING
FOR CODIFICATION; PRO-
VIDING FOR SEVERABILITY;
AND PROVIDING FOR AN EF-
FECTIVE DATE.
These proposed Ordinances
may be inspected by the public
prior to the above scheduled
meeting at the Office of the
Clerk o Courts, BOCC S pport
Services Department, 6495
Caroline Street, Milton, Floridda.
All interested parties should
take notice that ifthey decide to
appeal any decision made by
the Board of County Commis-
sioners with respect to any mat-
ter coming before said Board at
said meeting, it is their individ-
ual responsibility to insure that a
record of the proceedings they
are appealing exists and for
such purpose they will need to
insure that a verbatim record of
the proceeding is made, which
record shall include the testi-
mony and the evidence upon
which' their appeal is to be
based. Interested parties may
appear at the meeting and be
heard with respect to1 ese pro-
posed ordinances.
043008
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Notice of Sale
Dorothy Rogers, East Gate MoN
Ile Home Ranch 6200
Munson HighwayN Milton, Flor-
ida, intends to ofte, for sale a
66-foot WAVERLY mobile
home, VIN# 17L09161
the owner of the mobile home
is Midy aFloyden, whose last
inown address was 7820 Fleet-
ood Drive, Milton, Santa Rosa
Couni Florlida.
The location of the public sale
w,',ill be hold at 7820 Fleetwood
Dive Milton, Florida on May
15 2008, at 11:00 a.m.
Tise sale will be conducted by
Mike Auroev auictioneel. The
terms and c onditions s loverninil
conduct of the sole oare i t the
mobile home will be sold "as is'
fo cash i, -hand to the hin est
bidde l Minimum acceptable
bids shall be $400, This sale is
to be "without reserve.' The
Se lel reserves the ridht to bid
o said mobile home.The Seller
reserves the right to chani e the
rrms and conditions 6o this
sale,
Prior to sale, this mobile home
wvill be located at 7820 Fleet-
wood Drive, Milton, Florida
whereby it may be inspected
between the hours of 8:00 a.m.
to 5:00 p.m. Monday through
Friday.
The purpose of this sale is due
the abandonment of the mobile
home by its owner. This sale
complies with 715.109, Fla.
hIta. 12008). TFis sale has been
scheduled pursuant to notice
served on Mindy Hayden,
mailed to the care of William
Hayden, PO. Box 406, Milton
Florida, 32572. More than 15
days have elapsed since the no-
tice was mailed and the prop-
irty remains abandoned.
Dated this 25th day of April
2008.
OSCAR J. LOCKUN
A orney for Doroihy Ropers
LOCKLIN, JONES &SABA, PA.
4557 Chumuckla Highway
Pace, Florida 3257,
043008
050708
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from 2 p.m.-7 p.m.



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Found
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Very friendly. 994-2421







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2100 Pets
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130 Farm Animals/
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1140 Pets/Livestock
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150 Pet Memorials



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Fri. May 2nd-Sat. May
3rd 4252 Elvis Presley
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class A motor home, and
more
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Furniture, appliances,
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Maytag built-in oven,
Neuton battery-powered
garden cart and
chainsaw, books,,
videos/cds, cookware,
furniture, vinyl rail fence
on May 1, 2and 3 at
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Neighborhood sale.
Sat, May 3rd 7 a.m.
North Harbor off Berryhill
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Rummage Sale
Sat. May-3rd, 8 a.m. un-
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Culpepper Insurance Co.
Hwy 90 next to Regions
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Yard Sale 5162 East
Lake Road in East Milton.
Thursday & Friday
623-1909
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Chumuckla Hwy. Sat
May 3rd 1 mile north of
store. 7 until. Ladies
clothes, dining table with
4 chairs, teacher items,
and lots of other treas-
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Yard Sale Friday only.
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Services provided:
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Works & Land
Clearing
Tree & stump removal,
debris removal & storm
cleanup, bush hogging &
discing backhoe wor,
demolition & hauling
516-1801 or 675-4291
Licensed & Insured




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Santa Rosa County
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removal. Dangerous
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Bodice, sleeves, hem
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$400 mth. 623-9439 or
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Milton
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$500/mth 324-5337
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App. 600 sq ft for $250
App. 900 sq ft for $375
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A 3000 sq ft for
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6110
2/BR All utilities
included.
Milton business district on
water. Large fireplace,
formal dining room,
kitchen bar with butcher
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detly furnished, cable,
TV, microwave, small ap-
pliances, private parking.
$795.06 + deposit. Must
have references.
850-983-8195 App.
only,
Milton
J/1 N. Milton Area
525 month
341-8128
Milton
2-bedroom apartment
for rent on Grace St.
Fenced back yard. No
pets. Water furnished.
$450/mth $250/dep.
Call 623-5734 or
626-0740
Milton
Newer 3 BR/1 BA
duplex. All ceramic tile.
Stove. Fridge. Inside
laundry room. Attached
shed. Nice neighbor-
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$675 month. 626-2928.




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Milton
Unfurnished 2/BR
duplex $550/mth
$400 dep. No pets.
Call: 994-7246
Navarre- Waterfront
Large 1 br, I ba, private
pool W/D, $650mo.
Call '850 516-5696
Pace
2/1 in Wal-Mart area.
$525. monlh/$300.
deposit. 623-5062


Roommate Wanted
Share house $550.
month. Utilities included.
Furnished or unfurnished.
Chumuckla area. Enjoy
beautiful country living,
20 minutes to Pace.
$250. deposit. Safe
neighborhood, good
schools, 995-7803


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Milton
S.lover Lane. Unfurnished
S 6130 roomr with bath. Refrig &
Waterfront laundryfaclties, pets,al-
coholdrugs.che Must have
Development cell phone and
Now Leasing! vehicle.$75/wk Cell:
3 br 3 ba condos from 850)206-1299
$1050/mo. Gated ca- 1a98m-11pm)
munity with waterfront
pol. Call 888-600-PIER Milton

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3 Bedroom Home
bedrooms have hard-
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family room/tile floor. Rentals 2 & 3 bed-
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yard. Berryhill Road Mil-ce
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covered entry & all elec-
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3 bedroom 1 1/2 bath $400/mth $300/dep.
home. 1 shady acre. 1 unfurnished. Includes gar-
car garage. $B50 mo. bae ick up. No pets.
$850 dep. 626-9844. 623-8753
Available in May.
Milton 2 Bedroom I Milton
bath duplex for rent Two 3/BR 2/BA Dou-
units available. No pets. blewide 4226 Starwood
994-9391 Court $650/mth
$300/dep. No pets, to-
Milton tal electric. Bay Crest Re-
2 New brick homes alty
1,450 Sq Ft, 3BD/2BA, 994-7918
oversized garage,
fenced bac yard, all Milton
stainless steel appliances, 5113 Ridgway Blvd.
with refrigerator and 2/BR 2/BA total electric,
W/D, wooden blinds, rivate lot. $525/mth
1 year lease negotiable $300/dep. No pets. Bay
with military. $1,000mo Crest Realy
/$850 dep pet deposit; 994-7918
3 minutes Milton, 12 min--
utes Pensacola. Milton
850-267-0440 or Marlboro Village
615-957-8999, 2/BR 2/BA, home just re-
Milton modeled. Total electric,
3/BR 2/BA double car covered entry. No pets.
rage, available now. $450/mth, 350/dep.
Military clause honored. 626-6464 after 5:00pm.
Pets allowed with pet fee. Milton
$ 925/mth Milton
800/deposit. Call Quiet Park 2006
850-51-023 or 2/BR 2/BA. No Pets,
850-501-273 or non-smoking. $545 per
529-78month plus deposit.
Milton 626-1552
4/2/2 $1 275
Thousand Oaks, Avail. Off Avalon Blvd
June 15, 08. 2/BR, covered entry, all
850-826-0832 electric, CH/A, just re-
Milt modeled. Water & gar-
lbaae included.
Clean 2/BR 1/BA, $25/mh $300/dep.
stove, re. No pets, No 623-8753
non-smoking environ- pets. 623-8753
meant. Berryill area
795/rent $700/dep 1/1 in ark. $435/mth
994-5946 $200/dep. No
Milton pets.Water and garbage
Small house for rent on furnished. Bay Crest Re-
Cedar St. Great for sen- alty
iors. Rent $450, deposit 994-7918
$250. Call 626-0740 or
623-5734 No pets. Pace
3/BR 2/BA dou-
North Milton blewide 4832 Guernsey
3/BR, 1/BA $650/rnth Rd $750/mth
$30/deor /BR $500/dep.No pets, to-
2/BA $600/mth tal electric. Bay Crest Re-
$300/dep. No pets. a
675-6614 94-7918
Pace
2 Bedroom 2 bath. Pace/Chumuckla
$675 mth.By appoint- 2/1 recently remodeled.
ment. Mary Blair All electric. Covered front
626-0287 porch. $395 plus de-
posit.
Pace 994-8865 or 994-6212
3/3 Large doublewide.
1800 sq ft. Oak shaded Pea Ridge
ard, quiet street,spot- 2/1 in Jab Court,
less. $895/mth plus se- $450/mth $200/dep.
curity. 877-511-0624 Total Electric, no
Pace pets.Water and garbage
S4 BR/1 office/Jacuzzi! furnished
2.5 dishwasher, rerig- Bay Crest Realty
erator, w/d hookups. De -994-7918
tached shop and garage.
No Pets. 1 year lease.
$800 mth. $500 dep. ^I
626-6872 ask for Cher-
yll.
Pace
5 Points area 3/2,
sun room, fire place, pri-
vacy fenced, 2-car gar-
aae. 1050/mth REA ESTATE FORSALE
$700/dep.
(850)255-2590 7100- Homes
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610 7130 Condo/Townhouse
7140- Farms & Ranches
Milton 7150 Lots and Acreage
Roommate wanted to 7160 Mobile Homes
share expenses in my 7170 Waterfront
home (non smoking envi- 7180 Investment
ronment). $500. month Property
includes utilities. 7190 Out-of-Town
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Page 10-B The Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Detention Alternative Services shows positive results for both the criminal justice system and the offender


By OBIE CRAIN
ocrain@srpressgazette.coni

A detention alternative
program is perhaps one of
the most valuable tools
available today for use in
the criminal justice system,
according to authorities
who have implemented it.
Simply put, it means
that individual offenders
are provided an alternative
to incarceration or jail time
by wearing an electronic
monitoring device under
various circumstances as
subscribed by the courts
that monitors their activi-
ties and movements.
"Electronic monitoring
programs were put in place
basically to help alleviate
some of the jail over-
crowding problems,"
explained Marcel Tucker,
owner of Detention
Alternative Services, a
monitoring firm estab-
lished in this area some
three years ago.
His firm is essentially a
private company that does
work for the court, furnish-
ing services that are paid
for by the offender.
"Initially the program
was used for lower level
offenders who were given
the option by the courts,
such as bad check writers,
drivers with suspended
licenses, DUI offenders,
and crimes of that nature,"
Tucker said, "but it soon
began to branch out to
include more serious
offenses like sex offenders
and other such crimes of a
more dramatic nature."
Tucker explained that
there were other compa-
nies furnishing the same
general services that he
had available, but few if
any utilized the same
advanced high tech equip-
ment that was available to


him. "There are a lot of
companies that do what I
do, but not a lot of compa-
nies that' have what I
have," he said. "The equip-
ment I have is the best
equipment out there."
Tucker says his monitoring
device (an ankle bracelet)
is unique in that it is one
of the first on the market
to cover both physical
movement (global posi-
tioning, or GPS) and alco-
hol monitoring at the same
time.
"The ankle bracelet
works with Bluetooth
enabled (wireless) technol-
ogy handsets that provide
basic information on the
offender's location as well
as his sensory status (alco-
hol involvement), Tucker
said. He indicated that it
not only gave these basic
details, but reported move-
ment into and out of exclu-
sion and inclusion zones.
"It's not only one of the
most affordable remedies
for the purpose it's
designed for," he said, "but
it's also one of the most
efficient." Instead of
agents' constantly, physi-
cally tracking offenders,
the Bluetooth technology
allows the company to
electronically know what
the offender is doing at all
times.
With fees for the moni-
toring service paid by the
offender, there's no burden
to the taxpayer. But society
does benefit from the
arrangement. Offenders
continue to work, make
house and car payments,
function in a citizenship
role, and are home rather
than in jail where they eat,
sleep, and must be physi-
cally overseen by govern-
ment employees at taxpay-
er expense
These electronic moni-


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toring programs are not
sensitive to race, creed,
national origin, religious
belief, social standing, (if
you will remember Martha
Stewart wore one) or any
other factor, Tucker
explained. "The program is
put in place for a reason
and serves that platform
very well without being
influenced by outside fac-
tors," he said.
Tucker's interest in
detention alternative proce-
dures didn't just happen. It
came about from a long
association with computer
networking, GPS technolo-
gy involvement, and a
sharp mechanical mind.
Originally from
Manhattan, New York, he
"migrated" to his father's
hometown, graduating
from high school at J. S.
Rose High in Greenville,
North Carolina.
He eventually attended
Fayetteville State
University, a historically
black college, where he
played football, later join-
ing the Naval Reserve. For
the past 16 years Tucker
has been an airplane
mechanic at NAS Whiting
Field.
One would think that
two simultaneous careers, .
and particularly the time
required to take care of
the Detention Alternative
Services commitment,
would consume every
waking minute of his life.
Not so, he says. He has
found time to found and
materially participate in a
mentoring organization for
youngsters called
Excaliber for Kids,
"...which, incidentally is
hungry for volunteers."
His love for children
shows in every facet of the
work he does for them. His
concern also surfaced in


MARCEL TUCKER, Owner Detention Alternative Services


his mention for the need
for more volunteers in the
Guardian Ad Litem
Program in Pensacola.
"Many of these children
have emotional problems,
or are having a hard time
at home, and we just sort
of act as a sounding board
in our mentoring activi-
ties," he said. "You don't
want to react before you
listen...and know what is
going on," he said,
"because it's easy to find
you'll just want to adopt
every one of them."
Compassion is, to some
degree, involved in most
all of the work that Tucker
does, whether it's
Detention Alternative
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are monitored are often
between court dates and
are not necessarily adjudi-
cated as guilty, and assist-
ing them to maintain as
much of their dignity as
possible is all part of the
process.
The services that
Tucker performs is also
confidential. "I put a high
priority on integrity, and
clients can rest assured that
their personal cases are
ever discussed with oth-
ers."
That, perhaps, is one
reason why his word-of-
mouth referrals are so
prevalent. Often, he says,
one offender will recom-
mend him to another.
Detention Alternative
Services currently services


clients in Escambia, Santa
Rosa, Okaloosa, and
Walton counties and some
in Louisiana, Tucker says:
It goes without saying:
that with the increase in
programs like early parole,
work release, and house
arrest, electronic monitor-'
ing programs such as that
offered by Detention
Alternative Services have
become much more useful
in deterring incarceration.
Tucker's "office" is
immediately available
through his cell number:
(850) 549-8004 or by call-
ing (850) 623-8699. He
will be glad to discuss any
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