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A 21.-gun salute and a haunting melody of mourning were among graveside honors paid to
Perry police officer Robert Johns, his wife Kimberly and their youngest son, Brett. The three
were killed in a head-on collision Christmas Eve.


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I Editor's Note: Reeling from the
missile/bombing range test site
controversy of 2004, local residents once
again grappled with a major hot-button
issue in 2005...news that Taylor County,
was in the running for a planned -$1.4
billion coal-fired power plant to locate
-here. The issue dominated many of the
year's headlines and looks to generate
further debate in the coming months. The
following is a review of high and low
points of 2005.
JANUARY
Taylor County's three elected
boards agreed to a rare joint
session to discuss the future of
recreation.
The Perry City Council, County
'Commission and School Board
agreed to meet on Jan. 8.
Michael Wyatt Murrow
became the first ,baby born in
Taylor County in the new year
when he arrived on Jan. 3 at'11:45
p.m. at Doctors' Memorial
Hospital.
The proud parents are Tommy
and Cyndi Murrow.
A new terminal building
funded by a $331,000 state grant
was expected to- be constructed at
the Perry-Foley Airport during
2005, County Grants Coordinator
Melody Cox announced.
Nearly 1,000 youngsters
participated in recreational sports
here in 2004. Those numbers were
comprised from participants in the
City of Perry's recreation programs
and the Perry Soccer Association.
Members of Taylor County's
three elected boards were
considering a countywide half-cent
sales tax to help fund recreation in
the county.
The funds could be used to
support such programs and
facilities as youth sports, ball
fields, parks, boat ramps and the
sports complex.
Taylor County Middle School
seventh grader Christie Thompson
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At Wednesday services



Family remembered


Standing shoulder-to-shoulder,
office rs from every law
entorcemcnt agency in the
community\ formed a protective
%%all of support for family
members entering First Baptist-
Church Wednesday morning to pay
their final respects to Robert,
Kimberl\ and Brett Johns.
The Perr% police officer, his wife
and their youngestt son were killed
in a traffic crash which occurred
lust after midnight Christmas Eve
in Madison.
Members of the Perry Police
Deparunent. the Taylor County
Sheriff's Office, Taylor
Correctional Institution and
Florida Highway Patrol flanked the
church entrance while inside,
hundreds gathered for the hour-
long memorial sern ice.
Units from the Leon County
Shcriffs Office motorcycle
di ision led the vehicle caravan of
famk members to the Center
Street location.
A mile-long motorcade of law
enforcement i hicles from across
the rcgion--Gainestille, Lake City,
Madison and Tallahassee--ld the
funeral procession to the graveside
services at Pinet iew Memorial
Gardens.
A[ the gr.a, e site, law
enforcement officers sto6d in
formanon while "Taps" was played
in the background and a flag
folding ceremony was conducted
by an honor guard. The guard
presented the flag to Perry Police


Department Chief Wayne Putnal,
who in turn presented the flag 0
the Johns' surviving son, Kevin,
who is 19.
A lone bagpiper played
".Amaziig.-Grace" and a poignant
"last call" crackled over
the law. enforcement radio


channel.
A 21-gun salute completed the
honors.'
At the end of the services,
Doctors'- Memorial Hospital's
AirMedic One performed a fly-
over, circling once before fading
into the horizon.


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Controversy fuels debate


When it was announced in
early June that three
municipal power utilities were
seeking a site for a 800-megawatt,
coal-fired power plant in North
Florida, it quickly became the hot-
button. issue of 2005 in T'aylor
County.
., From early on. Taylor Counts.
was on the short list of potential
sites for the North Florida Power
Project (NFPP), expected to cost
$1.4 billion and employ some
1,500 workers during construction
and 180 people once operational.
Several days after the utilities'


Sa Yearin Review


won the 2005 district spelling bee.
Jessica Strickland placed second
and Eli Grambling was third.
The state announced its plans
to issue a draft of a proposed
discharge permit for Buckeye
within the next few weeks that
would allow the plant to move its
discharge nearer the Gulf to help
clean up the Fenholloway River.
The county commission
learned that a proposed half-cent
sales tax to fund recreation would
not be possible since the county
currently uses a one-cent tax to
fund the new hospital.
Some 60 people braved frigid
temperatures to participate in the


annual Martin Luther King
memorial march.
The county commission voted
3-2 against a proposal to put
Doctors' Memorial Hospital up for
sale.
The discussion and vote was
prompted by a letter from local
attorney Bill 'Blue which stated he
represented an anonymous
company interested in the
purchase.
A portable classroom at Perry
Primary School was gutted by a
fire when a central heating unit
malfunctioned.
Lt. Col. Altrug D. "Ace"
Campbell, pastor of Bethel AME


Elementary school teacher Kathy Kriedler was named Taylor
County's "Teacher of the Year" in February. She would later be
in the running for the state "Teacher of the Year" title.


Church in Perry, was awarded the
Bronze Star for his performance
during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
He was honored at a special
ceremony at Taylor County High
School.
Five members of the Taylor
County High girls' basketball team
were suspended from the squad
following an alleged theft in a
locker room during a Tallahassee
tournament.
Problems with the way city:
elections are currently held
prompted council members to
begin discussions on changes to the
city charter that would make the
mayor an at-large candidate.
Natalie Whalen, a seven-year
veteran with the school system,
was suspended from her duties as a
teacher of mentally challenged
children after .allegedly biting a
third grader during an altercation.
FEBRUARY
A Perry woman who caused a
disturbance at the Probation and
Parole Office led law enforcement
on a high-speed chase and later
held officers at bay with a knife to
her throat.
Katherine Ann Kriedler, an
ESE teacher, was selected the
district's "Teacher of the Year."
A Los Angeles movie company
that was planning to shoot a film at
the old hospital here, decided not to
do so.
The Taylor County
Commission amended its boat
ramp ordinance to allow non-
residents to purchase a $20 annual
boat ramp permit. The special fee
was initially for residents only.
Child Development Para-
professional Amy Bowden was
named the district's school-related
employee of the year.
A 19-year-old was killed in a
one-vehicle crash on Connell Road
in Perry.
Joe Collins was appointed to


the Doctors' Memorial Hospital
Board by the Perry City Council
despite the opposition of Mayor
Pam Feagle.


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Stephen Alford
The county commission
decided to move ahead with the
construction of soccer fields at the
sports complex and use any
remaining funds to improve
existing city fields.
Gov. Jeb Bush and the Florida
Cabinet removed several projects
from the state's priority buying list
including 44,763 acres in San
Pedro Bay.
Wynette "Winky" Slaughter,
director of Taylor County Senior
Services, died on Feb. 15.
A 23-year-old Perry man was
shot and killed during an
altercation. Deputies identified the
victim as Don Jared Bain.
Foley Timber and Land
Company announced it was no
longer in discussions to sell the
company and its vast timberlands
in Taylor and surrounding counties.
Niceville land speculator Stephen
Alford, through his company, had
attempted to purchase the property
and bring in a missile range.
-..* Please see page 3


announcement, the Taylor County
Commission passed a resolution
supporting the coal plant coming to
Taylor County. The Perry/Taylor
County Chamber of Commerce
and the Taylor County
Development Authority quickly
followed with resolutions of their
own.
Opponents to the power plant
began appearing at subsequent
commission meetings to ask
commissioners to rescind their
resolution of support, citing
pollution concerns.
In July the Tallahassee City.
Commission voted to join the,
NFPP, but also decided to put the
issue before Tallahassee voters in
November.
Later that month Taylor County
commissioners decided to hold a
public hearing on the issue Sept.
15.
Days ,before the hearing, the
utilities behind the NFPP chosq
Taylor County for the power plant,
,- Please see page 7

Taylor County:

'rural' no more?

If growth and development
during 2005 is any indication,
Taylor County's "rural"
distinction may be fading into the
horizon sooner than you think.
Property values in Taylor
County crossed the $1 billion mark
in 2005; that number was $930
million in 2004.
Since 2001, property values in
Taylor have increased 35 percent.
The centerpiece of coming
development is a Gulfside marina
called Magnolia Bay Marina &
Resort, a 3,800-acre coastal
Please see page 7


In memory
While the past year was filled
with growth and hope for the
future for Taylor Countians,
it also held tragedy for many
families who suffered catastrophic
losses in their lives.
The following are a few
examples of the latter.
In February, Edward
Perryman, 82, was killed when his
farm tractor overturned, trapping
him below it at his Green Farm
Road home.
Taylor County recorded its first
traffic fatality in early February,
when Darryl Padgett, 19, was
killed in a one-vehicle crash on the
Connell Road.
Don Jared Bain, 23, was shot
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December 30-31, 2005


The 2005 holiday season cannot pass without our annual look back at the "big snow" of 1958. It was hailed as a "once in a
lifetime experience," but for Donald Bowden and Larry Rouse, the heavy snow of Feb. 13, 1958, was just plain fun. During a
three-hour period, three inches of snow fell here, blanketing the town. It was the first appreciable snowfall in Taylor County
since 1899 and remains the heaviest on record.


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THE PERRY
NEWS-HERALD
December 31, 1970

BUCKEYE PHASING IN
ANTI-POLLUTION PROGRAM
A multi-million dollar three-
phase pollution abatement program
to effect major improvements in
the Fenolloway River was
completed and would begin to be
phased into operation, according to
.K. A. Zachariasen, plant manager
of Buckeye Cellulose Corp.
1 While the construction of the
facilities had been completed
considerably earlier than originally
announced, the plant manager
pointed out that it would probably
take several months before the
river reached the, state of
-limprovement expected from the
program.

MALL CONSTRUCTION
PLANNED
Construction of a $1.5 million
air conditioned enclosed shopping
mall, to be located on South
Jefferson Street's south side near


g4ance at the past


U. S. Hwy. 19-27, was expected to
be under construction during the
early part of 1971.
Three major tenants were
planned, including T.G. & Y Stores
and Liggett's Rexall Drugs.

WEDDING BELLS
Smith-Huxford
Anne Maurice Smith and
Camilla Calvitt Huxford were
married in the Eutaw, Ala., United
Methodist Church. The Rev.
Harold Devane officiated.
Parents of the couple are Dr. and
Mrs. Joe Patton Smith and Mrs.
Bobbye Scott of Perry and Jere 0.
Huxford of Carrolton, Ga.

TROPHY BUCK
George Page was spotlighted in a
photo showing an eight-point buck
he killed on the Fenholloway River
Road.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR
An interesting letter was written
by three children from the same
family. It is as follows:
Dear Mr. Editor:
My sister and my brother and I


December 30-31, 2005


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DONALD D. LINCOLN
Publisher
DEBBIE CARLTON SUSAN H. LINCOLN
Business Manager Managing Editor
ANGELA M. CASTELUCCI BETH MANN
Staff Writer Advertising Director
CHARLES R. SADLER CAROLYN DuBOSE
Staff Writer Promotional Advertising
MARK VIOLA SARAH WEIRICK
Staff Writer Classified Advertising


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papers, Inc., 123 S. Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida 32347. Subscriptions are $35.00
per year or $49.00 out of county. Periodicals postage paid at Perry, Florida 32348.
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Times reserves the right to refuse publication of letters which are libelous or irre-
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Member Perry/Taylor County Chamber of Comnrce.
/ 'r s e s, .x e.


did a litter survey on Dec. 23, of a
half-mile along Hwy. 356
(Hampton Springs Road).
These are the items we collected:
19 return drink bottles; 16 non-
return drink bottles; 35 beer
bottles, 38 paper cartons; 32 drink
cans; 124 beer cans; 130 paper
sheets; one shoe box;. one cherry
bomb; one afro comb; one rag; one
feed sack; four sheets of aluminum
foil; 16 cans; seven whiskey
bottles; one tire; eight plastic
sheets; three dead animals; one hub
cap and one rubber tube.
The total of these items was 430.


All that really belongs to
us is time; even he who has
nothing else has that.
--Baltasar Gracian

I don't think of the past.
The only thing that
matters is the everlasting
present.
--W. Somerset Maugham

This time, like all times, is
a very good one, if we but
know what to do with it.
--Ralph Waldo Emerson


I just thought that people would
like to know this.
We plan to keep this survey
going for about three or four
months. I hope that someone else
would like to do this.
Pepper Phillips, Scarlet Phillips
and Benji Phillips

BIG BEAR
Three men from Dade City
bagged a 500 lb. black bear at Red
Oak Hammock, three miles east of
Cabbage Grove on Dec. 23. The
bear is said to be an unusually large
one for this area.


Time is the coin of your
life. It is the only coin
you have, and only you can
determine how it will be
spent. Be careful
lest you let other people
spend it for you.
--Carl Sandburg

Half our life is spent trying
'to find something to do
with the time we have
rushed through. life trying
to save.
--Will Rogers


Picture this...
The Taylor County Historical Society is working on a
pictorial history of Taylor County. Anyone wishing to submit
photos for the book is asked to contact President Wanda Cash or
stop by the historical society museum, which is open every
Thursday from 1-5 p.m.


Editor's Note: In November 1973, the Taylor County
Historical Society published'the second volume of its "They
Were Here" series. Shown 'here are the men and women
featured in the book. Copies of this and other volumes are
available at the historical society museum, which is open every
Thursday from 1-5 p.m .

B.P & Emma
Stripling Blanton
1870-1928, 1875-1962
Boyette P. Blanton was a' Taylor County native, the son of David
and Missouri Poppell Blantdon.He married Miss Emma Stripling who
was a member of an early Taylor County family. They had one son,
Boyette Jr., who died while6he was in high school. Their other
children died young. '''
For many years, Mr. Blanton operated a grocery store and meat
market on the corner. where
Dansby's Gift Shop was located.
In those days, market operators
employed "delivery" persons
and they were on the job early to
make delivery to those who
called in early for their breakfast
meats: (No such thing as deep
freezers then.)
Mrs. Emma Blanton was a
school teacher and she was often
A R 'placed in the situation of having
to choose which rural school she
.would accept.
They were members of First
Methodist Church and their
Loyalty is attested to by
memorial windows over the
B.P. Blanton ,: choir loft.


Bessie Bell Parker O'Quinn
1886-1954
Mrs. Bessie O'Quinn (Mrs, Barney O'Quinn) was a native of
Alachua County, daughter of Henry Clay Parker--a former member of
the legislature from A.achua
County.
Along with being the mother of
a fine family, she was most
interested in those things that help ..
to make the community a better
place.
'She wasa charter member and
the first president of Perr\
Woman's Club, helped:to organize
the,.Perry. Garden, C Lub and -
promoted the organization of a
city beautification and clejn-up .
group.
She was a member of First .
Baptist Church and was acite in 7
WMU, choir and Sunday Bessie Bell Parker O'Quinn
School.

George Porter,
1885-1960
George Porter was a native: of Arkansas and he married Miss
Martha Ellen Bradford, a native of Mississippi, and they spent most
of their existence in Florida. They were the parents of two children:
Kay (former Perry mayor) and' George Jr.
The Porter family came -to Perry from Live Oak and they
established a power and -ice company. For many years the
manufacture of ice was an indispensable asset to a county. And, in
those early days, the whistle from their plant was the "fire signal" in
SI case of fires--and it was a Weird
1 1 noise that it made.
I 'The company consisted of
L AGeorge's father, Major Porter,
J.D. Scruggs. Dr. J.L. Weeks,
S- Edward Porter and George
SPorter. After the sale of this
company to Florida Power and
SLight, George entered the theater
: business. Besides the Temple
I 'Theater on the "square," he
1' operated the Foley Theatre and
one in the Brooklyn section of
Perry.
He was a Kiwanian and his
attitude was the spirit of
Kiwanis, "We Build." He was
twice the master of Perry
.George Porter Masonic Lodge.

C.M. Jones
1881-1937
Charles M. Jones was a njti'.e of Grand Rivers, Ken., and he
married Miss Ethel Owens, a native of Arlington, Ken. They were the
parents of one son, Charles M. Jr.:
When Lakeland School Principal Wm. N. Sheats was elected state
superintendent of schools, Mr. Charles M. Jones was appointed as his
successor. At that time Lakeland was one of three largest schools in
Florida. And so in 1921 when W.T. Cash had just begun his tenure as
county superintendent of school .. .,.,. -:
the need for an able administrator '-.,'" -:'--
for the Perry schools had become T .
urgent. It required much zeal and ..
effort .on the part of tho-.. c
interested to attract a person of Mr
Jones' capacity to Perry--a mu:h -s- ...h' m.
smaller school. He was induced to .....
come and his tenure of 10 year'. ....' : '
certainly transformed ty: n ,. .'
reputation of Perry schools. H.
concentrated upon .oing hla! -.
Perry schools served th,: ..
youngsters of this community in


the best possible way.
He was a member of Fir',t
Baptist Church, a Mason and.
Shriner, being a member of th ,
.Morocco Temple, Jacksonville. C.M. Jones
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Valerie Smith, Liberty Pike headline bluegrass festival


YEAR IN REVIEW
Continued from page 1


MARCH
Taylor County High School Head Football Coach Dennis Kizziah
resigned.to assume the position of dean at the school. The search for a
replacement coach ensued.
Firefighters were battling brush fires throughout the county, pointing
to the combination of dry-air masses (associated with passing cold fronts)
and dry vegetation which easily ignites with the smallest spark. Nine
recent brush fires had kept emergency crews hopping.
USA Today featured a front page article on local medical student,
Shannon Price, who.is currently pursuing a degree in obstetrics.
Taylor County requested $11,175,778 million from the Florida
Legislature for 10 projects which included :the water system at the
beaches, the sports complex and improvements at Forest Capital Hall.
The Taylor County Building and Planning Board voted 5-1 to reject a
text amendment to the comprehensive plan that would prohibit military
missile/bombing ranges here.
A 70-year-old transport driver from Albany, Ga., was killed when a
stack of lumber fell on him while his truck was being unloaded at
Cashway. In the same edition, details were disclosed on a car/pick-up
crash which injured seven on Hampton Springs Road.
The Perry/Taylor County Chamber of Commerce toasted a year of
success during its annual gala held at the Perry, Elks Lodge. Humorist and
magician Fred Becker provided entertainment.
In the face of strong opposition from members of Perry's African-
American community, the city council voted unanimously to'kill an
ordinance which would have altered residency qualifications for city,
candidates.
Funding for community organizations was placed in limbo when the
city council voted to remove stated amounts from their annual budget and
fund requests by organizations with whatever funds were left over.
Longtime "shepherd" James. W. Cannon died at the age of 87, ending
.a 53-year career as pastor of Perry First Church of God. Cannon presided
over some 25,000 weddings, baptisms and funerals during his lifetime.'
The Perry City Council scored a touchdown for their side when.
*members voted to keep Dorsett Stadium and Pace Field, after offering the
property to the Taylor County School Board the previous September.
Another boat ramp committee was installed, and charged with finding
a location for a ramp in Steinhatchee The boat ramp committee includes
Earle Greene, chairman, Meg Flemming, Jim Zurbick, Mark Reblin,
B.R. Barnett and Chris Smith, with Brian Goddard providing ad hoc
support.
Rep. Will Kendrick introduced a bill that would allow bigger mesh in
mullet nets; hopefully helping local fishermen who were affected bythe
net ban put in place 11 years ago.
As parents of young athletes waited both patiently and impatiently,
the county commission announced that construction of six soccer fields at
the new sports complex would get underway within 60 days.
7* Preliminary plans for a $30 to $40 million marina along the Taylor
County coast have been completed for submission in April. The marina
is the centerpiece of a planned development of some 3,800 acres along
Taylor County's coast. o .
Taylor County's Jr. Miss Jessica? Mn'nnmg -dompe'ted in 'tli 48tli
annual Florida Jr. Miss program held in Tallahassee.
Taylor County Middle School had to jump through FCAT hoops after
allegations were made that select questions on the tests were included in
the test materials used at the school prior to the test. Principal Paul Dyal
stood his ground and maintained that "no security had been breached
before, during or after giving the test."
Nearly 100 K-9 law enforcement teams took part in the third annual
K-9 Training & Problem Solving Seminar hosted by American
Aluminum.
The Taylor County Drug Task Force made two more arrests, seizing
22 bags of cocaine and 12 bags of marijuana. Confidential informants
made drug buys from Freddie Johson, 28. and Calvin "Dank" Johnson,
39, as well as another suspect who was 19.!
Congressman Allen Boyd's stop in Perry to speak on Social Security,
quickly became a forum on the missile/bombing range. Boyd assured
opponents of the range that he had shared concerns with a four-star general
Who assured him that the Nature Coast,:would not be turned into a
-bombing range. ....
Taylor County welcomed a new marineand natural resource Extension
agent, Justin D. Sapp, originally- from Central Florida. Sapp said his
focus would be on artificial reefs, but he had other plans for a website on
natural resource education and 4-H fishing tournaments.


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An-audit of Taylor County Senior Services revealed cash loans to
employees, and a lack of timely, monthly financial statements for board
members to review. County staff planned a meeting with officials from
the center.


Some 2,000 bluegrass fans were lured to Taylor County
for the third annual Florida State Bluegrass. Festival.
APRIL
The Taylor County Sheriffs Office notified citizens that 48 registered'
sexual offenders and four registered sexual predators live within this
county, Their names and residefices are published at www.fdle.state.fl.us.
*- Chris T. Parker, 18, and Brian S. Wright, 25, were arrested for
mailbox vandalism.
When one'vehicle braked for a turtle crossing Highway 19 South in
front of the Catholic Church, a pile-up occurred, The second vehicle
braked to avoid colliding with the first; and a third slammed into the
second. Meanwhile, the first vehicle left the scene as EMTs worked the
scene and transported one victim to Doctors' Memorial Hospital with
minor injuries.
Barney Cobb was named project manager for Veterans Memorial Park.
The third annual Florida State Bluegrass Festival was held at Forest
Capijal Park. luring some.2000 bluegraj,- fans, Valerie Smith and her
band, LibertyPike, charmed the crowds which included fans in campers
and RVs which filled Forest Capital Park.
Taylor County learned it would be the site of a new prison work
camp, intended.to house an addition 393 low to medium security inmates.
James V. Crosby Jr., secretary of the Department of Corrections, said the
camp would employ an additional 40 officers and support staff.
Recent rains had gauges throughout the county overflowing, with
rivers at flood-stage. In response, mosquito control was gearing up for
spraying by request.
Applications for the head coaching position at Taylor County High
School reached 30 before a five-member committee narrowed the field to
seven.
A Perry man who shot himself during an attempted armed robbery of
an elderly couple in 2000 was sentenced to 20 years in prison. Patrick
Lee Carson, 40, plead guilty in circuit court recently "after a long, long
period of time in which he manipulated the judicial system with motions
and continuations," said Assistant State Attorney Dave Phelps.
Disturbing news arose from two area schools as Susan Ann Brown,
38, was arrested and charged with battery after entering a classroom at'
Taylor County High School and allegedly assaulting a 17-year-old
student. In response, the school board met.to discuss safety measures and
voted to install fencing and panic bars. Meanwhile, Perry Primary School
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Major Kirk C6keiLJ SMC, penned a "letter from the front" to his
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the war and rebuilding efforts in Iraq. Coker was serving in Iraq at Camp
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Overcome by emotion, Mayor Pam Feagle announced that she would
not seek re-election to the city council. Meanwhile, Don Cook-
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position he held for two terms in the 1990s.
John Fuller was named honorary chair of the 2005 Relay for Life
which raised $66,600 to support the American Cancer Society's fight
against cancer.
After a day-long session of testimony from available witnesses, a
Grand Jury returned a "No True Bill" on'Jared L. Fowler, 23, indicating
that he should not be criminally charged in the Feb. 18 death of Don Jared
Bain, 23. Twelve witnesses were called before the Grand Jury which
returned a 19-0 vote of "nay" in favor of Fowler.
Shirley York Titus, 67, was found dead at her.hodme on Paul Poppell
Road. Titus was the newest member of the Taylor County School Board,
and had retired from teaching after 32 years with the Taylor County
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The man was seen fishing on the creek bank prior to his disappearance.
The boat ramp search for a site in Steinhatchee would spill over into
Dixie County after'Earle Greene, committee chair, asked permission from
the county commission to extend the hunt.
The Perry City Council fired its attorney, Bill Blue, with a 3-1 vote,
alleging he undermined council actions and put forward his own personal
agenda while carrying out his duties as city attorney.
Boland Timber was named "2005 Outstanding Logger" by the Forest
Resources Association's- Southeastern Technical Division and Stihl
Incorporated.
Sammy Agner and Kim Young applied for consideration to fill .the
District 1 school board seat left vacant by the left of Shirley Titus, while
Herb Hendry announced his intentions to file.
MAY
On the eve of his expected arrival in Perry to begin a spring practice ,
session and set up for the summer program, Billy Ray Adams of
Windfield, Ala., unexpectedly flip-flopped on his decision to accept the'
position of Taylor County High School head varsity football coach.
Adams contacted TCHS Principal Michael Thompson. and Assistant
Principal Sandy Hendry with the news, citing his wife's frail condition
following recent eye surgery.
Thanks to the quick action of fellow boaters, five people were safe
after their boat capsized off Keaton Beach. Scott Robinson, his wife and
his mother, as well as two friends from Germany, were rescued by Mike
Hunter of Perry in his boat, "Sandy's Money," along with others who
responded to Robinson's SOS.
A total of five candidates met the deadline to appear on the June 14
ballot for city council seats in districts four and fi\ e John W. Graham,
James (Jim) Box and Charles August all filed candidacy notices with
Supervisor of Elections Molly H. Lilliott. Doug Everett and Don Cook
.had registered as candidates earlier in the week.
Facing the potential cost of $4 million to renovate and "bring up to
code" the old Doctors' Memorial .Hospital building, the county
commission voted to sell the complex.
Two more people submitted paperwork with the governor's office for
consideration for the open School Board District 1 seat, left vacant by the
death of Shirley Titus. Mark Southerland, a local business owner, and
Sydney "Herb" Hendry, who lost to Titus in the 2002 election, both filed
their paperwork, according to the governor's office.
Freeport head football coach and athletic director Jim Anderson, 45,
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coaching position, according to Assistant Principal Sandy Hendry, "and is
showing a lot of interest. However, no firm commitment has been made,"
she said.
Perry was to be the host for a national qualifying meet for the 2005
AAU Age Group National Gymnastics Championships. More than 230
female athletes from Skill Level 2 through 8, were expected to compete
here at Taylor Gymnastics.
City Hall was once again charged with emotion as a call to reinstate
former city attorney Bill Blue failed by a 3-2 vote.
Councilman Alphonso Dowdell denied any wrongdoing or possible
violations of the Florida Sunshine Law stemming from his attendance--
along with two other city council members--at a NAACP meeting.
The Perry City Council faced a projected half-million dollar deficit as
it began deliberations on a proposed budget for 2005-06. The proposed
budget, presented by. City Manager Bill Brynes, included a three-percent
raise for all city employees and excluded all local civic and community
organizations which had traditionally received funding from the city.
A bus driver and aide were suspended after a four-year-old Pre-K
student was left unattended on a school bus for nearly six hours.
Both employees,were recommended for termination, Taylor County
School District Transportation Director Larry Hendry said.
Forestry was the largest agricultural industry in Florida, according to a
study released by the Florida Forestry Association and the University of
Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences. In addition, Taylor
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.. In what could have been a case of employee theft, $1,260 in narcotic
drugs were taken from Doctors' Memorial Hospital's recovery room. Head
Nurse Susan Thompson and Lisa Massey told police they were conducting
a drug inventory at approximately 9 p.m. when the theft was discovered.
The county commission was scheduled to hold a public hearing on
two appeals of a recent decision by the Taylor County Planning Board
concerning land owned by Dr. Firas A. Hamdan at the beaches. However,
the 'hearing was cut short, when, upon the recommendation of County
Attorney Conrad Bishop, the commission voted to remand the issue back
to the planning board.
The much-feared tripto the principal's office took an unexpected turn
for Taylor County's "Teacher of the Year" Kathy Kriedler--she was greeted
with the news that she had bee n sas one of the five finalists for the
2006 Florida Department of Educaiion Macy's "Teacher of the Year" for
the state. .
Joey Jarvis was named valedictorian of the 2005 Taylor County High
School graduating class with Rebecca Reams as salutatorian.
Joda Lynn, who will be Taylor County's first "homegrown." physician
in more than 50 years, graduated from Florida State University's College
of Medicine Saturday, Ma) 21.
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The search for a head football coach at Taylor County High'School
(TCHS) was still on, as a second candidate for the position declined the
offer. TCHS Principal Michael Thompson said that Freeport High'School
head coach Jim Anderson contacted him with the bad news.
The Taylor County Commission passed an ordinance to award
Comcast of Perry a new 10-year non-exclusive franchise for the
unincorporated area of Taylor County.
A new candidate for Taylor County Highi School head varsity football
tentatively accepted the position, pending background and certification
checks, according to Personnel Director Clyde Cruce. Price Harris, the
2004-2005 varsity football, defensive line coach at Valdosta High School,
was interviewed, said Cruce, and accepted the position-.
Taylor County Emergency 'Management Director Roy. Woods
submitted his resignation to County Administrator Buddy Humphries,
citing his reasons as "it's time for me to mo,.e on and make changes in
my life."
JUNE
Congressman Allen Boyd, a member of the Military Quality of Life
Subcommittee, voted in favor of "the Military Quality of Life
Appropriations Act for fiscal yejr ?20) (HR 2528), which included
language urging the Air Force to co'nIder the interests of Taylor County
when choosing a missile testing site.
The Willie Ann.Glenn Act, named in memory of the local volunteer,
was passed by the Florida Legislature. The act required each school district
in the state to develop a plan to sponsor a summer food program, a
project for which Glenn spent much.of her time working with in Perry.
A Jacksonville utility company was working with two other Florida
utilities to site and construct'a $1.4 billion power plant on 2,500 acres in
North Florida. Efforts on siting the S00-megaaji, coal-fired plant had
concentrated on Taylor County, but officials 'ere also looking at other
potential locations throughout the region, Jacksonville Electric Authority
CEO Jim Dickenson said in a press release.
The" developers of 3,800. acres of coastal property here unveiled
concept plans for Jug Island Marina.and CoCoPlum Resort to a group of
Dekle Beach residents and business owners. Chuck Olsen, project
developer for the property owned'by Dr. .J. Crayton. Pruitt, said the
proposed marina would lie just east of Jug Island and would feature a 25-
acre basin with a six-foot-deep, 100-foot-wide channel extending 1.5 miles
into the Gulf.
Taylor County High School had a. new varsity football coach, Price
Harris, 30, after the school board %oted to hire him.
The Taylor County Commi.-sion otied to "aggressively pursue"
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for the Taylor County Sports Complex. Slone Associates had the low bid
of $1,376,488.
Governor Jeb Bush announced the appointment of Mark Southerland
to the Taylor County School District 1 seat.
The county commission sent letters to four companies working to site
a power plant in North Florida and urged'them to choose Taylor County.
Christine Straka and Kathy Davis, a Taylor County School District
bus driver and aide who left a four-year-old on a bus alone for over five
hours, were terminated amid pleas from about a dozen supporters who
asked the board for leniency.
The financial stability of Taylor County Senior Services was
questioned following a 2003 audit report citing numerous financial and
managerial missteps, leading the county commission to addCounty
Administrator Buddy Humphries and County Commissioner. Malcolm
Page to the organization's board of directors. .
Don Cook and Doug Everett won solid victories in city elections,
with voters returning Cook to the District 4 seat and retaining incumbent
Everett as District 5 representative..
The Taylor County Board of County Commissioners, Perry/Taylor
County Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Development Council all
passed resolutions against proposed changes in recreational grouper
fishing limits announced by the Gulf of Mexico Marine Fishery Council.
The Perry City Council selected Smith, Smith & Moore as its new,
legal representative, contingent upon reaching a compensation agreement
with the'local firm.
More than, 15 people were present at the county commission meeting.
to request that they rescind a recent resolution supporting a coal-fired
power plant in Taylor County.
The attorney general's office planned to take its racial discrimination
case against local motel owner Raj Patel before jury and was waiting for
a trial.date to be scheduled. ;
Taylor Count,'; Winn-Dixie survived a sweeping round of store
closures announced by the company. The supermarket giant, which filed
for bankruptcy protection in February, was to close 35 percent of its
stores and reduce its workforce by 28 percent under a proposed Chapter 11
reorganization plan.
The Florida Division of Administrative Hearings recommended that
Taylor County teacher Natalie Whalen be reinstated to her former position
without loss of pay or benefits. Whalen was suspended with ,pay
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council to help oversee issues concerning the coastline of Taylor County.
JULY
The Taylor County Commission voted to advertise a public heaiqg
for an ordinance which would tenew 'six cents of locat.;atAfxes for
another five years.,
A four-cent gas tax was imposed in 1985 for a five-year period and
renewedin 1990, 1995 and 2000.
SThe.Perry City Council elected Emily Ketring as mayor and Alphonso -
Dowdell as vice mayor during the board's annual re-organizational
meeting.
. The evening also saw the swearing-in of new city representative Don
Cook, who won the District 4 seat. Doug Everett, who was re-elected to
his District 5 seat, was sworn in during a private ceremony.
* Jefferson County Senior Services, as of July 1, was in control of
senior services in Taylor County.
News of the power switch came during a joint meeting between the
county commissioners and the Taylor County Senior Services board of
directors.
A six-foot storm surge from Hurricane Dennis swamped Taylor
County's coastal communities. flooding homes and businesses from
Steinihatchee to Nutall Rise.
Flood waters peaked early, but completely covered the public boat ramp
at Keaton Beach and washed over the road leading to Hodges Park. Homes
and businesses along the main canal at Keaton were surrounded by water.
The Tallahassee City Commission voted to join the North Florida
Power Project, but agreed to also put the issue before city voters in. a
county-wide referendum.
Tallahaisee joined Jacksonville Electric Authority, Florida Municipal
Power Agency and Reedy Creek Improvement District in the project,
which Was looking to site a $1.4 billion, 800-megawatt, coal-fired power
plant in North Florida, preferably in Taylor County.
By unanimous vote, the Perry/Taylor County Chamber of Commerce
Board of Directors passed a resolution supporting the proposed location of
a $1.4 billion coal-fired power plant here.
Stephen M. Alford, chairman of the company which sought to
purchase 5148,000 acres in Taylor and surrounding counties, was indicted
by the U.S. Attorney's Office on multiple counts of wire fraud and money
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laundering.
Alford sought to broker the deal for more than a year and expressed
repeated interest in swapping the Taylor County land for beach property
near Ft. Walton owned by Eglin Air Force Base.
The Taylor County Pride of Taylor marching band has a new lead er-
and although he is relatively young, TCHS Principal Michael Thompson
said he has high hopes for the highly touted new director.
Brett Wilson, 23, attended, and graduated from Bowling Green
University in Ohio with a Bachelor of Music in music education. He is.AS,
also certified in instrumental music for grades K through 12.
Property values in Taylorwereprojected to cross $1 billion in 2005,
according to the Taylor County Property Appraiser's Office.
This milestone is credited to an expected 16 percent increase in property
values for 2005,-whidh could reach $1.08 billion this year.,
The Taylor County District School Board unanimously passed a
$33,000,000 tentative budget for the 2005-06 school year.
Kathy Kriedler, Taylor County's Teacher'of the Year, made it to the
top five finalist, taking center state for the Department ;of
Education/Macy's Florida Teacher of the Year in Orlando.
The county commission planned to 'hold a public hearing Sept. 15,
about the possibility of a proposed coal-fired power plant coming to
Taylor County. '
Deep cuts in overtime, coupled with the deletion of a-proposed
maintenance;position, helped balance the City of Perry proposed budget
for 2005-06.
Council members who had grappled with a projected $145,000 deficit
since budget talks began, charged. City Manager Bill Brynes with the task
of finding cost-saving measures among the city's $7.12 million
expenditures.
Taylor County received good news when it was announced that
$750,000 had been given to. assist with the construction of a centralized
wastewater system in small communities within rural areas of the county.:

AUGUST
Taylor County residents were told to expect a letter in the mail from
the project manager of the North Florida Power Project--the group which
was proposing to build a $1.4 billion coal-fired power,plant in North
Florida.
Buckeye Technologies reported that it earned $20.1 million for the
year ending June 30, 2005, up substantially from the previous year's loss
of $38.2 million.
Victims of Hurricane Dennis in Taylor County, some 106 applicants,
received $106,539 in assistance to repair their homes and replace personal
property from FEMA:
After months of legal wrangling between a teacher accused of biting a
student last year and the Taylor County School Board, a settlement was
signed at a special- board meeting, giving Natalie Whalen a cash
settlement instead of job reinstatement.
Most members of the Perry City Council evidently believed that then
City Manager Bill Brynes did not meet their expectations in his job
performance, giving him failing marks on a completed written evaluation.
The Florida Depariment oftEnvironmental Protection issued.-a. draft
permit for Buckeye which called for the construction of a 15.3-mile
pipeline as well as several operational changes within the mill.
A 73-year-old Perry man died and authorities say he collapsed on
the side of the road after his pick-up truck broke down.
Officers also reported that as they were taking inventory of Robert Cecil
Rial's truck, a total of 162 grams of marijuana was found underneath the
seat of the truck and in the back bed.
A "dime bag" of cocaine was found by a seven-year-old student at
Perry Primary School next to an empty desk in his classroom. The
student turned over the bag of drugs to his teacher, after which law
enforcement was called.
On the heels of a stinging evaluation and amid a chorus of protests
from supporters, City Manager Bill Brynes submitted his, notice of
retirement to the city council.
County Veterans Affairs Officer Scott Nobles resigned his position.
A Steinhatchee nun. Raymond. J. Sellers, 52, was killed after the
bicycle he was riding was hit by another Steinhatchee man, Alvin Wayne
terry, 49, dragging him approxima[el\ one-half mile through the streets,
before his body became dislodged from the van.
Public Works Director Barney Johnson was set to act as interim city
OEanager while the Perry City Council sought a permanent replacement
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In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, which toppled oil rigs in the Gulf,
gas prices soared well over $3 per gallon. Customers lined up at the
pumps, filling bottles and other containers during the wake of rising gas
prices.
A young mother of three was killed in a one-vehicle crash on Golf
Course Road. Tasha Dione Driver, 26, was pronounced dead at Doctors'
Memorial. Hospital and a second victim, Frederick A. Stringfellow, 33,
was transported to Shands Hospital in Gainesville for treatment.
Natalie Whalen, a former ESE teacher in the Taylor County School
District once again found herself on the winning end of a lawsuit brought
against her, when she was exonerated for "ramming another student's chair
-ith her wheelchair," and "chaining a student to his chair."
Embattled Southern Inn owner Raj Patel reached a $40,000 settlement
With the Florida Attorney General's Office, sold his motel and returned to
his native India.
Patel was the target of a two-year investigation by the Attorney
General's office on allegations that he "systematically" discriminated
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The Taylor County Tourism Development Council received approval
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The new tax, which will be in effect for five years, is earmarked for the
installation of air conditioning at Forest Capital Hall. Taylor County
already had a two percent bed tax, which is applied to anyone staying at
establishments such as motels, within thecounty ..
The City of Perry took a hard punch in its administrative staff when,
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In another step to insure the safety of students in the Taylor School
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fingerprinted and are subject to background checks.
Nearly a third of those attending a four-hour public hearing took the
podium to voice criticism, concern and support for a $1.4 billion coal-
fired power plant planning to locate here.
Of the 45 speakers, just over half (28) were Taylor County residents;
the remaining speakers hailed from Leon, Madison and Franklin counties.
*-The county commission formally adopted its budget for the 2005-06
fiscal year, in the second of two public hearings on the issue.
The budget for the county is $33,636,585, an almost seven percent
increase over the previous year.
Commissioner Pat Patterson's motion to put the power plant issue on
the ballot failed during a September niceiing. when none of her fellow
commissioners offered a second for the measure.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission directed
staff to draft a new policy which would require airboats to be equipped
with mufflers.
A federal trial of Stephen Alford and attorney David Fleet opened in -
Pensacola with jury selection and continued with opening statements from
both sides.
After less than' a month of advertising, thPYerry -City, Council
received nearly 70 responses in its search for, new city manager,

OCTOBER
The Taylor County Sheriffs Office joined the U.S. Coast Guard and
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) in an
exhaustive search for two Perir, fishermen--Jimmi Eugene White, 67, and
his son-in-law, Lonnie Goff, 54--mi.sing in the Gulf.
An overwhelming pro-Buckeye crowd of more than 200 people.
attended an public hearing to hear and voice opinions concerning a draft
permit that palled for the construction of a 15.3-mile pipeline as well as
other operational changes within the mill.
Kicking off its golden anniversary celebration, Allison Bassett was.
named Taylor County's 50th annual Florida Forest Festival Jr. Miss in
ceremonies held Oct. 1. Cianna Reaves was named first runner-up and
Devyn DuBose second runner-up.


Mark and Sonja Sedberry were "arrested" and became the
2005 Mr. and Mrs. Tourist.
Land speculator Stephen' Alford and attorney David Fleet were
' convicted on multiple counts of wire fraud, money laundering and other
charges relating to a, failed. land deal involving thousands of acres in
Taylor and surrounding counties.
The body of a missing boater was found'Oct. 7 about 15'miles
southeast of Carrabelle and identified as 54-year-old Lonnie Ray Goff of
Perry. Goffs father-in-law, Jimmie White, ,67, remained missing.
Walker Tracy Davis and Haley Smith were crowned Taylor County's
2005 Florida Forest Festival Little King and Queen during ceremonies
held Oct. 8.
Mark and Sonja Sedberry were "nabbed" as Taylor County's 2005 Mr.
and Mrs. Tourist as part of the 50th annual Florida Forest Festival
celebrations underway in October.
According to an economic analysis conducted by the North Central
Florida Regional Planning Council, the North Florida Power Project


would result in some $138 million being injected into the area economy
during the five-year construction period and more than $45 million per
year once the plant was operational.
Tom's Foods, including its plant in Perry, sold to rival snack food
maker, Lance Inc., in a $37.9 million deal.
A record crowd gathered at Forest Capital Park to celebrate the 50th,
annual Florida Forest Festival Saturday, Oct. 22. Highlights included an
appearance by Miss Florida .Mari Wilensky and the-Albany Marine Band,
as well as special performances' by American Idol Justin Guarini and
bluegrass sensation Rhonda Vincent.
The City of Perry issued a warning to local residents who could expect
.to see their heating bills more than double in.the wake of a 110 percent
increase in natural gas prices. ,

NOVEMBER
A special Veterans Day tribute was planned Nov. 11 with county and
key sponsors hosting a luncheon for all local veterans and their families.
Fans stormed Dorsett Field in celebration of the Taylor County
Bulldogs' thrilling 26-19 district victory over favored Fort White. The
Bulldogs upset Fort White in overtime to.advance to the play-offs forthe
first time in six years.
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The annual Veterans Day ceremony held at Taylor County
High School was followed by a luncheon for veterans and
theirfamilies at Forest Capital Hall.
Developers unveiled plans for a $700 million Gulfside marina
community north of Keaton Beach. When completed, Magnolia Bay
Marina and Resort could add as many as 7,000 people to Taylor County's
population.
Four candidates were in the running for Perry city's manager post:
Robert "Bob" Brown, John Singer, Don Hart and Harold Emrich,.
A'Ft. Lauderdale-based manufacturer of sport fishing boats announced
it had purchased the nearly 200,000-square-foot former Sport-Craft boat
facility in Perry. SeaStrike Boats LLC President Thom Thies said his
&comrnpan\ would be moving its entire mjanifacturinL operation ti. the 40-
acre Perry location within the next two months.
After nine months of exploring options and studying impacts, the
Steinhatchee Boat Ramp Committee returned a recommendation that the
Taylor County Commission consider locating the ramp in Dixie County.
Bob Brown was named the leading candidate for the City of Perry's top
administrative office.
Investigators released few details surrounding the shooting death of a
25-year-old Perry man, Joshua L. Massey, found in his truck on Beach
Road in the early morning hours of Nov. 13.
A 22-year-old Perry man, John Freeman, was listed in critical
condition after being involved in a one-vehicle wreck on Holly Drive.
Bob Brown accepted the Perry City Council's offer to serve as city


manager.
S* Longtime Steinhatchee Water Association
announced his resignation.


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Citizens from area
counties express
opposition to plant


CONTROVERSY
Continued from page 1
signing letters of intent to
purchase 3,200 acres about four
miles southeast of Perry by
Highway 27, just east of Buckeye.
At the public hearing, some 150
in attendance heard representatives
of the NFPP speak about the
plant. Opponents then spoke about
the pollution from coal power
plants and the mining process
itself. Following the two
presentations, 45 members of the
public spoke, 28 of which were
from Perry.




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Many of those in opposition of
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a vote on the issue, and at the
following meeting Commissioner
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hold such a referendum. The


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YEAR IN REVIEW
Continued from page 6
Local and power group officials were ecstatic about Tallahassee's
overwhelming vote to participate in the planned $1.5 billion coal-fired
power plant in Taylor County. Nearly 60 percent of those taking part in
the special ballot election said "yes" to the city's 20 percent participation
in the project.
Joe Collins was hired as the new veterans affairs officer for Taylor
County.'
The Taylor County School Board honored the 2005 inductees for the
Educators Hall of Fame: Mary .Parker, Juanita Scott and Arbutus "Bo6"
Blankenship.
DECEMBER
Downtown merchants prepared to herald the holiday season by hosting
the annual Christmas on the Square & Downtown Open House.
Opponents to the proposed coal-fired power plant project staged a
demonstration outside the monthly meeting of the Taylor County'Board
of Commissioners.
Doctors' Memorial Hospital announced, that its fiscal outlook was
"optimistic" in the wake of a joint review with the county commission of
its 2005 audit findings.
Ten faced animal cruelty charges after being arrested for suspected
cockfighting at a residence on A. Young Road.
Itinerant missionary Don Vermilyea stopped in Perry as part of a 10-
year trek across America.
A proposed pay raise for school board members came under fire after
district employees challenged allocating money for board member raises
but not for union employees.
Facing financial problems and unpaid utility builds, the board of
directors for the Taylor County Senior Citizens Center voted to take their
woes to the county commission.
A Taylor County High School soccer player was injured in a game in
Live Oak, requiring a TraumaOne transport helicopter to land in midfield
and fly her to Gainesville.
Veteran JROTC instructor David Ammons capped a 50-year military
career by giving one final interview before "hanging up" his uniform and
retiring.
Taylor residents were reeling after a holiday tragedy which clainied the
lives of Perry police officer Robert Johns, his wife Kimberly and their
youngest son, Brett. The family was returning home from a mountain
vacation when they were involved in a head-on collision in Madison in
4he early morning hours of Christmas Eve.

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measure died when no second was
offered.
The long-awaited vote in
Tallahasse over the city's
involvement with the NFPP was
held in mid-November with nearly
60 percent or 19,997 voters saying
"yes."
With years of permitting ahead
and even more for construction
following, the power plant is set
to an issue for some time to
come.

Development will
boast golf course
at marina site


RURAL
Continued from page 1
development north of Keaton
Beach.
Phase one of the resort includes
the construction of a 25-acre
marina basin just east of Dekle
Beach and a two-mile channel into
the Gulf. Surrounding the basin
will be condominiums, hotels,
* shops and a marina designed for
300 wet slips.
"The marina and associated
development will cost about $700'

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million in today's dollars," said
Project Manager Chuck Olson,
"and much of the complex will be
open to the public."
A marine lab and aquarium will
also be on the site as will a
heliport pad, which will be built
across, the channel from the lab. It
will serve as an emergency base as
well as a shuttle for tourists.
A championship golf course is
also in the works for the
development and could actually
happen rather quickly, if the
permitting process works out.
Another area of growth in the
county includes the $37.9 million
buyout of Tom's Foods by rival
snack food maker Lance Inc.
Everything old is new again fit
the bill when describing the
buyout of Sport-craft by Ft.
Lauderdale-based manufacturer of
sport fishing boats, SeaStrike.
The new company bought the
nearly 200,000 square foot Sport-


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40-acre compound. -
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hope to hire upwards of 15"-_
employees and to once again, -U-:i .
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IN MEMORY
Continued from page 1
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Lost boaters

fatal crashes
INMEMORY
Coniinued from page 7
hini while his truck was being
unloaded at Cashway Building
Products.
*-Tor more than .53 years, the
Rev:. James W. Cannon proved his
worth as a man of God and in
doing so, touched thousands of
lives with his example of
perseverance and prayer. Cannon
died. Wednesday, March 9. He was
87,.)
.:.* The body of 62-year-old
Raymond Jackson was recovered
in.Spring Creek, east of the bridge
.on Highway 19, during April.
: --Ross Stalans Stewart, 30, was
fatally injured in a four-wheeler
accident July 22.
Tasha Driver, 26, a young
mother of three was killed in a'
oiie-vehicle crash on Golf Course'
Road Sept. 4..
o* The body of a missing Perry
boater was found about 15 miles
southeast of Carrabelle and
identified as 54-year-old Lonnie
RRay Goff. The body of Goff's
father-in-law, Jimmie White, 67,
was never found. '
-* Elizabeth E. Bishop, 19, was
killed in a traffic crash.
. A 25-year-old Perry man; Josh
Massey, was found dead of a
-gunshot wound to his head on
SB.each Road in November.

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Alford guilty

On all counts

-4 The saga of land speculator
& Stephen Alford carried over
into 2005 in a big way--
including multiple indictments and


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convictions for money laundering
and fraud.
Alford had expressed interest in
buying 543,000 acres from Foley
Timber and Land Company and
swapping a portion of the acreage
to the U. S. Air Force for
beachfront property Eglin AF Base
owns near Fort Walton.
However, an overwhelming
majority of voters in a non-
binding straw ballot election held
in November 2004 said "no" to
the idea of locating a missile range
here.
In February 2005, the Taylor
County Planning Board placed. a
final nail in the coffin of the
missile range controversy by
setting a public hearing for an
amendment .to the county's
comprehensive plan which would
prohibit the use of land for a
military missile/bombing range in-
the. county.
The proposal stated, in part, that
a "military testing/bombing range
is incompatible with the county's
vision of the future. Military
testing/bombing ranges 'shall not
be allowed as a permitted use in
ahy land use category."
After a workshop with the
North Florida Regional Planning
Council, the commission decided
that the wording for the
amendment was not correct.'
They decided to start the process
over, but to date the issue has not
been represented to the planning
council.
Two weeks later, Foley Timber
and Land Company announced that
it was no longer in discussions
with Alford to sell the company
and its vast timberlands in North
Florida.
In July, an 11-page indictment
was handed down by a federal
grand jury, charging that between
Jan. 1, 2004, and Dec. 31, 2004,
Alford and attorney David Fleet
defrauded investors of some $11
million in the land swap scheme.
Alford and Fleet sold 100
percent interest in one parcel and


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exclusive rights to purchase a
second parcel of the Okaloosa
Island area to two separate
investors without telling them
about each other, the indictment
stated.
At the beginning of his trial,
Alford told a federal magistrate
that he had only $1,000 in the
bank and was $20 million in debt.
In October, Alford and Fleet
were convicted on multiple counts
of wire fraud, money laundering
and other charges relating to the
failed deal.
Sentencing for the pair will take
place in January 2006.


Turbulent year

for county, city

Resignations, project delays
and. protests marked a
turbulent year in 2005 for the
Perry City Council and Taylor
County Board 6f County
Commissioner .

The start of the year saw heated
discussions between the city and
county boards over the topic of.
recreation, specifically
consolidation and the Taylor
County Sports Complex.
This was. followed by news of
delays and financial shortfalls in
two high-profile projects, the
city's Veterans Memorial Park and
the county's sports complex.
In late April the city fired its'
attorney Bill Blue, alleging he
undermined council actions and
put forward his own personal
agenda while carrying out his
duties. A subsequent', vote to
reinstate him failed at the next
council meeting.
The city held elections for two
seats in June, with one seat wide
open after ,Mayor Pam Feagle
announced she would not run for
reelection. When votes for cast,


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Don Cook became the newest
council member and incumbent
Doug Everett held onto his seat.
Council Member Emily Ketring
was elected the new mayor by the
council, with Council Member
Alphonso Dowdell serving as
vice-mayor. ,
In August, the council then saw
its long-time city manager, Bill
Brynes, resign amidst a "stinging"
evaluation by council members.
The county commission did not
escape controversy for the year,
either. After the agenda for the
Nov. 7 commission meeting put
those wishing to speak about the
proposed coal-fired power plant
after the motion to adjourn,
opponents organized protests
before during the meeting, crying
foul and demanding a vote on the
issue.
While the agenda was changed;
to put the motion to adjourn at the
end of the meeting, the protesters
returned every subsequent meeting
through the end of the year.

It was not all bad, however, for
the local boards in 2005. After
much delays, both the Veterans
Memorial Park and Taylor County
Sports Complex saw construction
begin.
The city also opened two new
parks, the Dreamland City. Kiddy
Park and the Heritage Park, and
completed numerous paving
projects.
The county received good,
financial news at its annual
meeting with the Doctors'
Memorial Hosital board of
directors to discuss the hospital
audit.
The county's own financial were
in good shape as well, buoyed by
a boost in property tax revenue
due to the rising property values
in the county.


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. Vernon D. Peters
Vernon D. Peters, 60, a resident
of Perry, died Dec. 20, 2005, at
home.
A native of Taylor County, he"
had lived in Perry all of his life.
He was a member of Salem -
Baptist Church, Local Union 592,
and International Brotherhood of
Electrical Workers 1205. He was a
U.S. Navy veteran.
Survivors include: his wife of
18 -years, Laura Peters of Salem;
one son, David Denson of Perry;
three daughters, Valerie Peters of
Perry, Stephanie Mangas of Ft.
Drum, N.Y., and Rachel Duval of
North Carolina; four sisters,
Verlyn Balkcom of Ponce de
Leon, Martha Russell of ,Salem,:
Charlotte Cannon of Perry and "
Betty Gonzales of South Carolina;
and three grandchildren.
Memorial services will be held
Saturday, Dec. 31, at 11 a.m. at,:
Salem Baptist Church. Joe P.
Bums Funeral Home is in charge'
of arrangements.


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Barbara A. Neel
Barbara A. Neel, 44, a
homemaker, died Dec. 27, 2005,
in Perry.
A native of Three Rivers,
Mich., she had lived in Perry most
of her life. .She attended Apostolic
Lighthouse Church.
Survivors include: four brothers,
Charles Neel and Bob Neel, both
of Perry, Jerry Neel and David
Neel,, both of Michigan; two
sisters, Pat Killough and Bonnie
Williams, both of Perry; and a
host of nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be held
Friday, Dec. 30, at '11 a.m. at
Beggs. Funeral Home with
interment following at Waters
Cemetery in Steinhatchee.
Family members will receive
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Community


B-1 Perry News-Herald December 30-31, 2005


At area churches

New Year's services planned


Breakfast will conclude service
Pastor Byron Hughes invites the community to join
with his congregation at Glorious Rain Church of God
of Prophecy for a musical New Year's Eve service
beginning at 9 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 31. Breakfast will
be served at the celebration; the church is located
behind Buddy's Furniture.

'Countdown' scheduled at Calvary,
"Awesome games, live bands, great food, a bonfire.
ard an exciting speaker" are promised at Calvary
Baptist Church on Saturday, Dec. 31, for "The
Countdown."
Prizes will be, awarded throughout the night, with
festivities getting underway at 8 p.m. The band, !'By'
Faith," v. ill perform, with John Welborn as g6est
speaker. ''


Events are planned for teenagers as well as college-
age students at the church which is located at 2959
Golf Course Road. Everyone is invited.
Preach Bowl scheduled
The Temple of God Baptist Church, located at 105
Sandra St., will stage a Preach Bowl on Saturday, Dec.
31, from 9 p.m until 12:01 a.m: .
Organizers promise "singing, dancing, preaching and
praising as we bring in the new year."
Elder Robert French, pastor/teacher, invites everyone
to attend.
Revival services conclude tonight
Revival services at Potter's House Ministries
conclude with the Friday night service at 7:30 p.m.
featuring Evangelist Michelle Lewis of Eufaula, Ala.
Everyone in the community is invited to'attend.


Leadership Training
Rotary Youth Leadership Award winners Luke Sadler and Jim Stephens visited the Perry
Rotary Club recently to talk about their time at the Rotary Youth Leadership Training
Program. While at the four-day camp, they joined some 60 others fromrl around Florida in
group activities with mental and physical challenges. Sadler was sponsored bythe Perry club
and Stephens was sponsored by, the Madison Rotary Club. Pictured above, from I to r, are
Sadler's mother, Becky, Sadler, Stephens and Perry Rotary Club President Daryll Gunter.


AMVETS lends help to two families


'AMVETS Post'20 gave some
extra Christmas tidings to two
families last week.
, Using proceeds from their
current Daytona 500 raffle, the
group gave two families--the wife
of a soldier currently serving

Students go 'back
to school' Jan. 3
Taylor County students wrap up
their Christmas holidays next
w,.ek, returning to' classes
Tuesday, Jan. 3.
Teachers return to work
Mbondafy,~--naI2, forl'-an r. '1 I'
day.
Late registration
at NFCC begins
North Florida Community
College is reminding students it is
not too late to register for Spring
Term 2006. Classes begin Jan. 5.'
Late registration begins Jan. 3-11:
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SUBSCRIPTIONS
Mail your name, address and a check for
$35 (in county) or $49 (out of county) to
P.O.. Box 888, Perry, FL 32348








SB-4 Perry News-Herald December 30-31, 2005


Small ads..big deals!!


YARD SALE! 911 North Quincy Sth
Saturday Dec. 31 from 8-12 Toys, clothes SouthernVillas-ofPerrv!
had to make room for new Christmas toys. New Management!!
584-975 HUD Vouchers accepted. 1 and 2 bedroom
2584-9755 HC and non-HC accessible apartments.
12/28-12/30 CallI850-584-8111. TDD/TTY 71 1 q315


S Puckett Rd. Perry, FL 32347. Equal
Housing Opportunity.
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Rocking chairs Beautiful Bent Wood style
Newly Mahogany $280, Central America
Orange Wood $250. Evenings 584-8372
12/30-01/04
I will sell your items on EBay. Low fees.
Call Kyle at 850-584-4976
12/30-01/27KJ
FOR SALE: Computer monitor, 17'-$45,
color printer unopened-$25, electric lift
chair-$250. Call 838-2003
12/30
CHAIR/ LOVE SEAT/ SOFA-$650 NEW
Micro fiber upholstery, hardwood frame &
warranty, unopened. 850-545-7112
12/7tfnGCN
For Sale- Like new Fireplace insert.
Comes with piping for the house. 33" wide
x 33"'high x 21" deep. Complete ($300)
Call Mark at South House! 850-584-6021
12/14tfnSH
$275 BRAND NEW KING PILLOW TOP
SET Factory sealed w/warranty. Can
deliver. '850-545-7112
12/7tfnGCN
Are you a cookbook collector? 1,000's of
Vintage and Used Cookbooks for sale!
Club and Church Collections, from all over
the country, international cookbooks,
Better Homes and Garden, Southern Living
and much more! At the Book Mart 1708 S.
Byron Butler Pkwy. Perry, FL 584-4969
12/28-1/4
I'LL CLEAN YOUR HOUSE!
for competitive rates call Violet at(850)
843-1112
12/21-01/13
6 PC. BEDROOM SET- Brand new sleigh
.bed, dresser, mirror, and night stand. $575,
still boxed, can deliver. 850-222-9879
12/7tfnGCN ,
BED, a sleigh bed including headboard,-
foot board & rails. NEW in box, only $275:
Call 850-222-7783
12/tfnGCN
BED-DOUBLE QUEEN PILLOW TOP
SET New in plastic with warranty. $165,
can deliver. 850-425-8374
12/7tfnGCN
FOR SALE- Cherry Dining room suite-
table 6 chairs/ china cabinet- Cherry in
color. $600. Call Mark, 850-584-6021
12/14tfnSH
Blue Camel back sofa & Queen Anne
style chair-$150.
19 Ft. bass boat, make offer. 584-8505.
12/14-12/30
MATTRESS- New full set in plastic with
warranty;$120. 850-222-9879
12/7tfnGCN
DINING, A CHARMING NEW oak table
w/in lay, ball & claw feet, leaf, 2 arm
chairs, 4 side chairs, hutch/buffet. $4500
sug, list, sacrifice $1900. 850-222-2113.
12/7tfnGCN.
DINING ROOM- Brand new cherry table.
w/leaf, 6 chairs & lighted china cabinet.
Still boxed. $900. Can deliver. 850-222-
9879
12/7tfnGCN
Leather Sofa, Love seat & Chair still
wrapped: Retail $3400, sell brand new with
warranty- $1250. 850-425-8374
12/7tfnGCN
FOR SALE- $125 used chainsaw great
condition comes with carrying case. Brand
name Homelite. Call Mark 584-6021
12/23tfnSH .
Bedroom- ALL NEW 7 PC set: All
dovetailed, all wood-still boxed. Retail
$4K. must sell $1500, can deliver. 850-
222-2113.
12/7tfnGCN

Come one... ,.,
come all!

PERRY ELKS




Monday 7:00 p.m,
Public Welcome
\ 305 Puckett Road I




For Sale 30 acres -- Taylor County,
Surrounded by Foley Timber & Land,
planted pines, good hunting. $5,000 per
acre. The Forestry Company (850) 584-
8887
11/28tfTFC
Land for sale, 221 between Shl loh Church
Rd. and Cairo Parker Rd. 1 acre lots with
paved roads. Owner financing available.
Please call (386) 658-1346 or (850) 584-
7466.
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Wanted dead or alive; Junk cars, trucks,
tractors, etc. Will buy, sell & trade 4x4 &
uck parts. S*M*A*S*H Towing, 386-688-
3999.
10/5tfS


Full time Office Administrator position
available for busy development sales
office in Steinhatchee. Must be
professional, good communicator, posses-
excellent computer and telephone -skills
and be self motivated. $10 hourly. Mail
resume to Ramona Griner, Steinhatchee
Rivergate, P.O Box 899, Steinhatchee, FL
32359 or call for an, appointment 352-498-
4001


Inside and Treasures & More Glassware
Outside Shops: New Hours: Fri-Sat-Sun 10-4 Antiques
We buy...call us! Collectibles
Yard Sale uCollectibles
Set-up Tools: -
$8 & up Hwy. 19 S.- 838-1422 *584-7124 Mon-Th Furniture


Woodridge Apartments!!
Looking for applicants! Apply now for 1, 2
and 3 bedroom apartments. Equal Housing
Opportunity. Call 850-584-5668. 709 W.
Church St., Perry, FL 32347. TDD/TTY
711.
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2 BR 2 B 28x44 MOBILE HOME
Set up in Everetts Mobile Home Park Rent
$480 per month $200'deposit water, sewer
&'garbage included in rent. Application &
references required. Call Monday--
Wednesday 9 AM-5 PM.
12/28tfn
For Rent A frame House-Cedar Island
Ideal for Couple. Available January 6,
2006. Monthly Rental. 352-498-3614 or
352-356-0707
12/28-01/13

For Rent- 3 bedroom block house 1 bath
central heat/air. Near shopping center in
town. Will accept small family HUD
certificate. $560 month and last month to
occupy. Appointment only. No pets! 223-
3227
12/14-12/30
For Rent: Small apartment with no
cooking facilities (only microwave and
small. refrigerator), 1 private bath, living
room with bed. Utilities included. 584-
8045.
12/7-12-30
For Rent: small furnished sleeping room
and apartment for rent. Available Nov. 2.
$90 per week, $150 deposit, phone
available. 838-1524 (pin #77)
10/26tfWB
For Rent- 3 bed/2 bath Beauilui tr..:i
home with fenced yard and storage. Nleai
schools. No pets. $800 month plus
deposit. Call 904-745-6805 or 904-923-
6441.
12/30-1/10
Total electric 2 Bedroom 1 bath mobile
home central heat/AC $350 per month,
plus $250 deposit. Some restrictions
apply. 584-3889.
12/30tfnRB


5 BEDROOM! 3 Baths plenty of room. Buy
for under $550 a month. 850-576-2105
11/4tfnUH
DISCOUNTED MODELS Only 2 homes
left.- Must gol Save $$$$$$ Call today!
850-576-2106
11/4tfnUH
NEW HOME-1370 Sq. Ft. 4 bedroom, 2
bath for under $475/month payments.'
University Homes-850-576-2106
11/4tfnUH


TAYLOR COUNTY BCC POSITION
VACANCIES
System Administrator- Salary range:
$36.50:4-$47.629.44 + benefits= Direct
coordinate & support local area computer
network, '
Engineer I- Salary range: $50,024-
$65,269,97 + benefits+ Assist in
organizing, planning & completing county
engineering projects.
Library Tech P/T -20 hrs. week= includes
some evenings & weekends $7.29/hr.
Library circulation duties.
Roll Off Attendant Call in only= may
include weekend or evening work $6.18/hr:
Substitutes at county, solid waste
collection sites to insure proper
procedures are followed.
Kennel Tech- (temporary: approximately
Feb.- March) $6.49/hr. = Primafily clerical
work. '
Entire job description, requirements and-
application can be obtained from www.tcfl-
libinfo.com or Taylor. Employment
Connections, 1702 S. Jefferson Street,
Beginning salaries commensurate with
education and experience. Positions open
until filled. EEO/VP/DT/ background
check employer.'
12/14tfnBCC


REGISTERED NURSE:
Ophthalmology Practice
seeks RN for Ambulai,.-ry
Surgery Center; PT Position,
Flexible Hours
15-20 hrs; 2-3 days/week;
Surgery Experience Preferred,
Competitive Wages
NATURE COAST
REGIONAL SURGERY CENTER
PERRY, FL
Equal Opporlunily Empl,,oer
,Cal 8 0.584.- 7,i-.'.. ,
F-3a 850 88.3937
12/14-12/30NC


TAYLOR County Health Department is
recruiting for an Advanced Registered
Nurse Practitioner Specialist, position
number 082852, educated and trained in
Family Practice: This position is
responsible for providing the full range of
family practice medical services.
Medicaid training provider number
required. Fingerprinting and Drug
Screening required. Certification as an
ARNP in accordance with Florida Statute
464 required. Applicants should apply on
line at https://jobs.myflorida.com Refer to
requisition number 64084285. Closing
date 01/06/06.
12/23-01/6TCHD


HOUSEKEEPERS NEEDED
Experienced housekeeper needed.'
Dependable with reliable transportation is
Sa must. Please apply in person at
Steinhatchee Landing Resort; 203 Ryland
Circle, Steinhatchee, FL 32359. 352-498-
3513.
12/9tfnSL


WANT TO BUY

Comic Books (collectibles-any year)
Scrap Gold & Gold Silver Dollars
Pocket Watches *- Diamonds
Postcards Sports Memorabilia
Taylor County Historical Items I
Vintage metal toys/wind-up toys..

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FIRST TIME Home buyers, if you have
enough money for a deposit on an
apartment! You can probably own your own
home. Call 850-576-2105.
11/4tfnUH




Certified Nursing Assistant Full time 2-10
PM position and 10 PM -6 AM, and part
time. Smaller skilled nursing facility where
you are able to get to know residents and
staff easier. Faculty has very good
attendance records, and conduct
themselves in professional, ;aring
manner. Must have certification for 2006,
or proof of submittal for re-certification.
Contact Jennifer Richardson, Lafayette
Health Care Center, 512 W. Main St.,
Mayo, FL 386-294-3300
12/30-01/11 LHCC
Loss Prevention Associate for K-mart,
1809 Byron Buttler Parkway, Perry, FL.
Full time with benefits. Experience
preferred but not required, must be able to
pass background check. Apply within an
EEO.
12/16-12/30KMRT
Help Wanted Badcock and More Set up
and delivery. Must be 19 yrs old License
Required Good Driving Record No phone
calls apply in person. 1003 S. Jefferson
St.
11/11tfBC
Route Sales. Excellent income for person
willing to work long hours. 2 to 4 day work
week, 850-574-3900EOE.
11/18-01/25SW


Classifieds work...
Give it a try!
584-5513

A Behavioral Health Care Center is
currently seeking:
ADULT CASE MANAGER #2156 & #1187
A MINIMUM OF A BACHELOR'S
DEGREE WITH A MAJOR IN
COUNSELING, SOCIAL WORK,
PSYCHOLOGY, CRIMINAL JUSTICE,
NURSING, REHABILITATION, SPECIAL
EDUCATION, HEALTH EDUCATION, OR
A BACHELOR'S DEGREE AND TWO
YEARS FULL TIME OR EuiL .-LiEIT
EXPERIENCE WORKING WITH ADULTS
EXPERIENCING SERIOUS MENTAL
ILLNESS. VALID DRIVERS LICENSE
SHIFT 8 AM- 5 PM/ MONDAY-FRIDAY
SALARY: $10.75 PER HOUR OR $12.92
OPS STATUS
For more information and a complete
listing of available positions:
www.apalacheecenter.org
Human Resources
2634-J Capital Circle NE,
Tallahassee, FL
Pre-Hire Drug Screenr& FDLE background
check
AN Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
Employer
Drug-Free Workplace
12/28-12/30APC

Subscribe today!
584-5513


Relief Advocates
Taylor County
Taylor County. Provide crisis intervention
and domestic/sexual violence counseling
to hotline callers and residents. Assist
residents and their children in a
community living environment. Crisis
intervention skills required. Part-time,
every other weekend and vacation.
coverage may require some overnights.
Requires Bachelor's degree in social work
or two years related experience.
AA/EOE Refuge House is committed,to.
respecting and valuing diversity. Please.
send resume with cover letter stating
position being applied for to:'
Refuge House,'lnc.
P.O. Box 20910
Tallahassee, FL 32316
Fax 413-0395
12'28tfn


IS YOUR DOG MISSING? If you live on
Slaughter Road or Harrison Blue Road;
chanced are that your dog has been killed
by a person that lives in our neighborhood
on Harrison Blue Road. He has killed 4 of
my loving, innocent dogs. Want more
information, call 850-584-7323.
12/30-01/04
For Sale-Golden Labrador male about 1
year had all shots. Call 584-3138
'12/30-01/04



A-2-2 Farm and Lawn Services
Harrowing, bush hog mowing, dirt leveling,
rake work and complete lawn services.
Call 584-6737, leave message.


VEGGIES TO YOUR DOOR! f ,
Fresh-Picked, blanched, flash frozen, shelled zippers, .r
butter beans, black eyes, white acres, ford hooks, cream
corn, okra,,green beans, broccoli, mustards & collards
Free delivery every Saturday with 3 or more bushels A
352-498-2580


,PT Personnel Specialist
Advent Christian Village
658-JOBS for Current Opportunities
PT personnel specialist, HS diploma or
equivalent required. Must be proficient in
MS Office Suite, including Access &
Excel, Personnel and workers'
compensation administration experience
preferred. Good organizational and
customer service skills required. EOE;
Drug Free Workplace. Criminal
background verification required. Apply in
person at ACV Personnel, Department Mon
through Fri, 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.,
Carter Village Hall,- 10680 CR 136,
Dowling Park, FL resume to (386) 658-
5160 or visit www.ACVillage.net
12/28-01/06


Heavy Equipment Mechanic
Local John Deere Dealership is looking for
an experienced technician to diagnose,
repair and provide general maintenance for
construction and forestry equipment.
Qualified candidate must have full range
of tools, be customer service oriented, and
require little supervision.
Our company provides a drug-free
environment with competitive pay,
excellent health and dental benefits, and
4lO111 R r-elirmeni .. Profiil Sharing Planr
O '.,u ihl --rh,: ril -,, d..iid': send i ,, -
..H R Manag.r, P.O. Box 3329, Albany,
GA 31706 or email resume to
hrmanager@flintholdings.com.
10/12tfFE

C Coe Join
8 the Fun!
EVERY
3/o365\ TUESDAY


BINGO
Early Bird 6 p.m.
,Regular 7 p.m.
2 Jackpots 1 Bonanza
Hot Number Pot Door Prizes

Shrine Club
(Hwy. 19 North) 584-2434
*Must be 18 yrs. or older


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Toyota Tundra LTD Green V8 '01 loaded
4x4 w/towing package & disc stereo only
47,360 mi asking $19,000.
Mazda Protege '99 LX Sedan Black auto
w/ override, power window, alarm 83k mi,


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J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.
Licensed and insured. Free estimates. We
also grind stumps. Call today 838-1280.
Firewood for sale.
tfJD
Clay Swindle, L.L.C., All types of
remodeling, docks, decks, windows, door
framing, add on additions, porches, screen
enclosures, painting interior &,exterior. 18,
yrs. exp., licensed & insured. Free
Estimate, call 850-223-1780 or 843-1941,.
leave message. Commercial &
.Residential.
8/5tfCS

Swann

Bail

Bonds '

Swann Bonding Agency
EARL SWANN BAIL BONDS
Sll/,.er E, ,_,yJ^i)\l I_, Spi.,el'f, "
107 N. CO/i 972 7
Jefferson St. 84-2 ?

"-'The" Handyman -ppri. Mn-:.ti I.r,
Affordable, professional, licensed and '
insured. Specializing in house pairing,
interior, etc., Ti:biie h,:rrrm rep:i : home
maintenance, pressure washing (wood and
concrete) carpet, vinyl, wood floor, ceramic
tile, and repairs. Call 584-2270 (home) or
584-3776 (office). 25 years.
tfJM --
TREE REMOVAL, STUMP GRINDING
Free Estimates, Bucket Truck Available.
Licensed & Insured. Call John (Sesock),
(850)584-2027 or (850)591-8301.
10/5-9/2
20 year experience, stump grinding, tree
trimming, palm trees done professionally.
Call John at 850-672-0290
12/21-1/13
A+ Blanco Home Cleaning Service, (850)
672-1298, Letty Blanco, Licensed &
Insured.
10/5tfBCS


TREE CAPITAL,

CLEANING
UPHOLSTERY
& CARPET
CLEANING
Dries in 3-4 hours
584-CLEAN
(584-2532)


EMISCLAE


asking $4,500. call 584-6953 or (850) 866- -- ...
9952ULF COAST
12/14-12/30,IF .OAST

For Sale-1974 Bronco- Runs great/ new ETAL'
brakes/ needs some body work- Great M E 3' Wide
Hunting vehicle Sale at $2800.00 Call RO O6nNG'I Galvalume
Mark 850-584-6021,
12/14tfnSH 3' Wide
.1986 Lincoln Towncan (white). Good Full line of
transportation, looks great, runs good, A/C accessories in stock Painted
is cold, leather. $1,200, 584-8552 or 838-
5317 (cell) Special Flashings Made All Types Warranted Metal Available
12/16tfLD Cut to your desired lengths Delivery Service Available
*- i Call Toll-Free 888-393-0335 352-498-0778 Horseshoe Beach, Fl.


Tractors for sale 21 hp 4/wd shiburu with
loader $7000. 31 hp 2/wd yanmar with
loader 6900. 36 hp 4/wd yammer with-
loader 10,500. 42 hp John Deer 2000
model 7000. 33hp kubota with bushhog
mower 6900. Jim's Discount trailers. 850-
838-7807 or 850-584-4723
11/18-12/30
Campers-2004 gulfstream cavalier 32 ft
travel trailer with slide out sleeps 8 full
'size fridge/ceramic :i,-,- -i.. -1 : ac/heat
holding tanks etc. S12900. 2005 park
model 32 ft gulfstream cavalier no holding
tanks or slide out 10500. Call Jim 850-
838-7807 or 584-4723





Earn S300 a day!
Free information simple process.
Unlimited income working from home
www.rdcmu"'cd om
12/14-12/30


N:OwHirIng.,,.

RN Needed RN Needed
Director of Nursing, Fuu_-Timb Risk Manager, Full.-Time

Nurses & CNAs
.2 Full-Time or Part-Time

Certified Activity Director
Full-Time


General MaintenancePosition
Full-Time, Heating & A/C Experience Preferred


Marshall Health

& Rehabilitation Center

1-850-584-6334
207 Marshall Drive -, Perry, Fl. 32347
Drug Free, Workplace, Equal Opportunity'Employer


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR TAYLOR
COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL ACTION
DEUTSCHE BANK, NATIONAL TRUST
COMPANY,
AS TRUSTEE FOR MORGAN STANLEY ABS
CAPITAL INC. TRUST 2005-HE2
MORTGAGE PASS
THROUGH CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2005-
HE2,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DIVISION
MEDIA MARIE MURPHY A/K/A MEDIA
MURPHY
F/K/A MEDEIA MURPHY COUEY, et al,
Defendant(s).
CASE NO. 05-735-CA
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a
Final Judgment of Mortgage Foreclosure
dated December 19, 2005 and entered
in Case No. o5-735-CA of the Circuit
Court of the Third Judicial Circuit in and
for TAYLOR County, Florida wherein
DEUTSCHE- BANK, NATIONAL TRUST
COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE FOR MORGAN
STANLEY ABS CAPITAL I ONC. TRUST 2005-
HE2 MORTGAGE PASS, THROUGH
CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2005-HE2, is the
Plaintiff and MEDIA MARIE MURPHY AJK/A
MEDIA MURPHY F/K/A MEDIA MURPHY
COUEY; TENANT #1 N/K/A A.B. MURPHY;
TENANT #2 N/K/A ROBERTA MURPHY are
the Defendants, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at, 108 N.
JEFFERSON STREET ON THE FRONT STEPS OF .
THE TAYLOR COUNTY COURTHOUSE at
11:00 AM, on the 21st day of February,
2006, the following described property
as set forth in said Final Judgment;
COMMENCE AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER
OF THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF NORTHEAST 1/4
OF SECTION 13, TOWNSHIP 4 SOUTH,
RANGE 7 EAST AND RUN SOUTH 89
DEGREES 05 MINUTES 30 SECONDS WEST,
33.01 FEET TO THE WEST SIDE OF STATE
ROAD 361; THENCE CONTINUE SOUTH 89 ,
DEGREES 05 MINUTES 30 SECONDS WEST.
660 FEET FOR THE POINT OF BEGINNING;
THENCE.FROM SAID POINT OF BEGINNING
RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES 05 SECONDS 30
MINUTES WEST 434.05 FEET TO A POINT
225 FEET EAST OF THE NORTHWEST
CORNER OF SAID FORTY; THENCE RUN
SOUTH PARALLEL TO THE WEST BOUNDARY
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newspaper to run the names of all
those arrested and, booked at the
Taylor County Jail. All those listed
below have been charged with a
crime, but are considered innocent
until proven guilty.
Dec. 7:
. Felicia Antonquic Wilson. 30.
East Richard Bell Avenue. VOP
for grand theft, Dep. Gulbrandsen,
TCSO.
William Randolph Watts, 45.
Kncedler Road, Phillipshurg, N.J..
possession of cocaine, DWLS
(knowingly, felony), DUI
(felony), VOP for grand theft in
Leon County, parole violation for
the State of Texas, Ptl. Norris,
PPD.
Dec. 8:
Timothy Joe Southerland, 41,
Hillsborough Avenue, Tampa,
disorderly intoxication, Ptl. Curry,
PPD.
Dec. 9:
Demond Guion, 33, 1310'
Alsobrook Street,- Plant City,
FTA for pre-trial, Dep. Whiddon,
TCSO: .
Adam Emfinger, 26, P. 0. Box
1802, VOP for forgery, Dep.
Thompson, TCSO.
Melinda Jean Monroe, 42, Hwy.
19 South, Lot 27, domestic
battery, Dep. Ricketson, TCSO.
Dec. 10:
Kimberly Cicrra Hockaday, 18,
no address, order to show cause,
Dcp. Woods, TCSO.
Barry Lynn Ewen, 63, Hwy. 19


South, domestic battery, Dep.
Ricketson, TCSO.
Dec. 11:
John William Shaw, 18, East
Park Street, petit theft, dealing in
stolen property, Ptl. Cooper,
PPD.
William Jerome Thacker, 31,
1st Avenue N.E., Steinhatchee,
DWLS, Dep. Thompson. TCSO..
-Dec. 12:
Jimmy Gear, 29,, 2397 Golf
Course Road, no motor vehicle
registration, FTA f6r pre-trial,
(worthless checks), Ptl. Norris,
PPD.
Keith L. Smith; 33, 134
Williams Street, VOP (sale of
cocaine), Off. Gorby, DOC.
Dec. 13:.
Ruth Parrish, 83, 8585 Hwy.
19 South, domestic battery, Dep.
Nowlin,'TCSO. ,
Whitney Cierra August, 19, 315.
Puckett Road, affray, criminal
mischief, Pti. Norris, PPD.
Brandi Thomas, 27, 301
Folsom Street, affray, criminal
mischief, Ptl. Norris, PPD.
Sheterica .L. Thomas, 22, 500
South Warner Street, affray,
criminal mischief,. Ptl. Norris,
PPD.
Terry Lee. Hugger, 28, Folsom
Street, possession of cocaine with
intent to sell, possession of less
than 20 grams cannabis, Ptl.
.Norris, PPD.
Luke Sparrow, 20, North Center
Street, FTA for no valid driver's
license, VOP for no valid driver's
license, Ptl. Norris, PPD.


Dec. 14:
Rick M. Ross, 40, East Park
Street, VOP for failure to register
as a sex offender, Off. Livingston,
DOC.-
Tameka M. Upshaw, 29, 613 S.
Woodard Street, VOP warrant
from Pennsylvania, Off.
Livingston, DOC.
Heather Hendry, 33, North
Hwy. 221, VOP for aggravated
battery, Off. Livingston, DOC.'
Marques K. McGee, 20, Alice
Street, VOP for fleeing a police
officer, Off. Gorby, DOC.
Mark Louis Louch, 52, South
Street, Waterloo, Iowa, trespass
after warning, disorderly,
intoxication, Sgt. Cruse, PPD.
Jeannie Eileen:Tillman, 29, San
Pedio Road, Mayo, retail theft,
Ptl. Sunderland, PPD.
Jason Bolden, 20, 1010 Bryant
Street, VOP for trespass of'a
structure, Dep. Burford, TCSO.

Dec. 16:
James Owens, 22, NW James
Road, Jacksonville, VOP warrants
for trespass and disorderly conduct,
Sgt. Kellerman, TCSO. -
SYvonne Johnson, 4,0, South
Orange Street, sale of cocaine with
1,000 feet of a church (two
counts), Det. Anderson, PPD.

Dec. 17:
Leon Robert Smith, 25, East
Green Street, possession of
cannabis with intent to sell,
DWLS (knowingly), Ptl. Kelly,
PPD..


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I woke up this morning and spoke good morning-to my husband and that was the only words I spoke to him
and "God" spoke to me in a soft voice about my brother (Lewis Turner) and his condition, (Lou Gehrig's
Disease) and asked me this question--Can you not speak a word this day out of love and compassion for
your brother and to feel what he is going through, not to be able to speak a word?
I did not hesitate to say yes "God'" I can and I will do just that. So the war started, the heat was turned on.
The phone started ringing, I let it ring. The devil started on me immediately putting all kinds of thoughts in my
mind. I overrode him with the good positive thoughts that "God" gave me. I will not speak this day "God" I will
promise you that...l went on with what I had to do, the not speaking didn't stop. me.
I made me a pretty sign-with red and yellow colors that read this- I, will not speak a word this day in reference
' "to my brother (Lewis Turner) '6ut of love and compassion and who cannot speak due to (Lou Gehrig's Disease).
I will write to you on paper to what you ask. I did just that and it was. not easy.
I do know that a lot of people will laugh, say all kinds of things against me and think of this as being a foolish
thing, but it's not. I can't even imagine how it would be to not speak--ever, I am not speaking only for just 1
day, my brother cannot speak at all; only from his heart to "God," not to anyone out loud. Please feel his pain
in this.
I am writing this letter in reference to and out of love for a dear brother of mine that cannot speak a word or
care for himself at all, due to a sickness called (Lou Gehrig's Disease) that he was diagnosed with on August
14, 2003. That was a day I will never forget. It was devastating to me, our families, church members, co-
workers and friends. I thought I would die myself when we got the news.' No one knows but the families (in
this town and in other places) that has had to go through the same ordeal that we are going through. It has
not been a pleasant day for any of his families since that day. We all feel the pain that he's going through but
there is nothing we can do but .pray and be there for him. But through the grace of "God" Himself He will help
us all carry the pain that my brother carries and the load of his heavy heart, and do anything that he asks
from us to help his wife (Melanie) or his children to do anything that needs to be fulfilled.
Lewis went from a very strong,, healthy, active, hard-working, a Jack-of-all-trades man to where he is now.
My brother is a Christian with much spirit and is so knowledgable, upbeat, witty, smiles, happy, has a great

sense of humor, cries in spells, can't eat or drink like us, only through a feeding tube, but he is so content and
thankful to be alive and he still lets his light shine that is in him through "God" to others. He is an inspiration
to us all. He loves the Lord and it shows all over him...He always spoke in his sermons as he preached, that
he was "a lifter upper for the Lord," and that is just what he is to the whole world today.
Melanie, his wife for 35 years, my sister-in-law and a dear friend to many--which is a dear Christian, sweet,'
kind lady with much love, compassion, kindness, goodness, with much strength from "God" to help her along
thb everyday of test and trials that she carries. She is on her post very promptly to accommodate-his every
need. She is to be praised in many ways for her services to her husband, my brother (Lewis Turner). She
has not complained once in caring for him. She has to be strong in order to-hold up for him and the family.
Yes--there are times that I have seen her break many times and it hits her hard but "God" gives her the
strength to hold on. She wears a crown--for I see it through what she does for my brother and for others.
She is to be praised in many ways. She is a good wife to her husband (Lewis), a good mother to her children,
and a good Mee-maw to her grandchildren. I love you Melanie!! You are a very strong person and a wonderful,
dear sister-in-law to me. Thanks for all that you are...I want to give her some flowers while I can.
My brother (Lewis Turner) has got to be the strongest person I know next to our Dad (Luther Turner). First
of all, he is a man of "God." He is a minister and has always been very independent and not once has ,he
complained, grumbled, griped, gotten angry, been bitter, blamed God, fussed, pitched fits, or said anything to
the contrary to what "God" has put on him. Yes, he has been tried and tested, but he has held on. He knows
that "God" will not put anymore on .him than he can bare. He keeps looking up. "God" is good all the time
and there is no need to question him. "God" knows that he is doing at all times. We don't!
,We, (all) his family, feel the pain and hurt, we cry and pray, but "God" is in charge and we know that "God
can heal him in His time. We are waiting and watching for something good to come out of this and it will, no
matter how it turns out, it will be "God's" will.
I love you Lewis! You are a light to me.
I feel in my heart today that if others would feel the pain of what all those homebound families feel, not only
my brother, but all those who are in the nursing homes, all the shut-in's, all those who are helpless and have
no one to help them, that there would be a lot more love, compassion, care and thoughts for others and the
people in this world would pull together and look for helping others instead of criticizing and finding fault.
This has made me see things differently in my own life. It has made me think on the good, instead of the
bad. "God" has shown me that there is a lot of good in everyone, no matter how or what it is with any person.
"God" forgives and most of all--"God" loves us all. I
If God speaks to any one of you that reads this article to do something to sacrifice for Him and be willing to
suffer just a little for Him, you will benefit from it. Let's all pull together and help others, by praying for one
another and giving a helping hand to anyone that is in need.
Please pray for my brother (Lewis Turner) and all of us while we travel down this road together in good faith.
For all of us out there that has our health and can do just about anything we want to, we all need to thank
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December 26, 2005
8:30 a.m
I can do all things through "God" who strengthens me.


Health


I thank "God" for everything,
with love and compassion, honest feelings & thoughts from my heart through "God."
Without "God" we are nothing...Zillah (Turner) Albritton


P.S. (and, no, it did not kill me not to talk for a day!!!) It was a different kind of an experiment,
it was not easy. I made it, only through the Grace of "God."
Just always remember...love isn't love until it is given away.


May God bless you all.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!


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