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Title: Perry news-herald
Portion of title: Perry news herald
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: Perry Fla
Creation Date: January 13, 2006
Publication Date: 1958-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Perry (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Taylor County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Taylor -- Perry
Coordinates: 30.114444 x -83.5825 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 29, no. 32 (Oct. 9, 1958)-
General Note: William E. Griffin, editor.
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Preceded by: Taylor County news
Preceded by: Perry herald (Perry, Fla. : 1925)

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    Section A: Main
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    Section A: Main: Living
        page A 4
    Section A: Main continued
        page A 5
    Section A: Main: Sports
        page A 6
    Section A: Main: Religion
        page A 7
    Section A: Main continued
        page A 8
    Section B: Community
        page B 1
    Section B: Looking Back
        page B 2
    Section B continued
        page B 3
    Section B: Classifieds
        page B 4
        page B 5
        page B 6
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erry News-Herald Ei io
Est. 1889


anuary 13-14, 2006 Sou 2 Sections Our 117th Year, No. 2


ews


Forum

Want to be
a Girl Scout?
Girl Scout Troop 283 of Shady
irvye will hold a membership drwve
W ting Saturday, Jan., 14, at 2 p.m.
9. ior more information and meeting
tIoation, contact Linda Gillis at 584-
,82.
4._ The troop also announced cookie
,ales are underway. Contact any local
Girl Scout to place an order.

Old Depot project
spotlighted
Monday
Berry Wilson and Randy Lewis will
.:'guest speakers at the Monday,
i 16, meeting of the Taylor County
.itorical. Society. They will discuss,
iftOId Depot preservation project
The meeting will be held in the
414ciety's downtown museum and will
in at 7 p.m. All interested persons
| invited to attend.

Leadership
Council meets
.. Saturday
Taylor County Leadership Council
..wtl have its first meeting of the new
year Saturday, Jan. 14, at Jerkins
Community Center.
The meeting will begin at 5 p.m.

Sweets for
your sweet?
.1iRimember your sweetheart! The
VolUfhieer committee for the Taylor
J .itizens Center will sponsor a
nritine's Day drawing in February
knrefit the center's services.
.Valentine gift basket filled with
ns from local merchants will
sented to the winner on
Feb. 13, at the Senior
ens..Center.
| nations are $1 each or six for $5;
Xi.'ets are now available at the Taylor
,.Snior Citizens Center, located at 800
-pst Ash Street in Perry (in the old
ys Morse Elementary School).
'.Inteers will also have tickets
ivilable for those who wish to
donate.
For more information on services
le at the Taylor Senior Citizens
ter, please call 584-4924.

Auditions open
for 'Ill Be Seeing
You' at NFCC
-The..North Florida Community
College (NFCC) music program will
.'.ld auditions for singers, dancers
arid musicians Wednesday, Jan. 18,
LCat. 11 a.m., in the Hardee Building
(BIdg. 11) located on NFCC's
.Ma n campus.
.'The- auditions are for a musical
production, "I'll Be Seeing You,"
featuring music from the 1940s.
All singers are asked to perform
, one song for the audition.
For more information please
contact (8501 973-1643 or e-mail
BurkartR@nfcc.edu.


Today
S; 60 Low.54
" 60% High: 71

S Saturday
: iLow: 4T
C. High: 61
Sunday
S1Low. 34'
Si r High 62


Index

Living...page A-4
Sports...page A-6
Religion...page A-7
Looking Back...page B-2
. TV Listings...page B-35


ClasosifieCs...page 3-4


Charged with stalking, sexual offenses



Former math teacher arrested


A former math teacher at Taylor
County High School has been
arrested and charged with
:aggravated stalking and
i performing a) lewd act on a child.
Christopher Lynn Barwick, 45, is
accused of fondling and having sex
with a girl who was 16 years old at
the time, while he was teaching in
Perry.
The victim said Barwick acted as
a father figure toward the girl
initially, but eventually "began to
kiss her, going beyond
tather/daughter kisses."
After this, Barwick is accused of
coercing the juvenile into sexual
situations which she said, "made
her sick."

To sewer system


Hook-ups


stymied by


restrictions

The county commission met
with the Taylor Coastal Water and
Sewer District board of directors
Monday and discussed for an hour
the district's sewer system and the
limitations placed on that system
by several government agencies,
including the United States
Department of Agriculture Rural
Development.
To finance the sewer system, the
district* received a number of
grants, which included stipulations
that limited hookups to existing
homes and businesses as well as
existing platted lots.as of 2003.
According to the covenants in
place, newly platted lots are not
eligible to be added to the sewer
system.
"We have a vital and in-place
systemm" Glenn Senter said,
speaking for the district.
"I would like to state, that as a
board, we come before you
tonight, saying that anyone who
would like to hook up to our
system, if we have the capacity to
accommodate them, that we would
be glad to do so," Senter said.
"The stipulation being that if it
requires more lines to be run, they
would have to pay for those
additions," he said.
He continued, however, stating
that due to the covenants in place,
I-, Please see page 8


According to a report filed by
Taylor County Sheriff's. Office
(TCSO) Sgt. Charles Campbell,
often, when the child -turned
Barwick down and told him to
stop, he would allegedly tell her


that "he hated rejection," and that
"he couldn't stand being rejected
and wouldn't take no for an
answer."
On one occasion, the report said,
when Barwick was turned down by


the girl, he took a shotgun outside
and shot it twice. When the girl
went outside, Barwick told her, "If
I can't have you, then life isn't
worth living."
The situation continued, until the


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Tuesday n trash :,, :..
This 2004 Chev.i6_. pi'-k'-Up truck 'was' traveling north on Hwy. 19, Tuesday evening,
when the drivyer,- ey-bDegn..Collins, drove into the median, striking two palm trees. A
witness told p ol ga.-Go-l'U1s.jh his review mirror start to swerve, drive off the road
into the median i.. di'the PaIm tree. The truck was a total loss. Please see related story
on page A 3. ..

At Sunday ceremony ..

At Sunday ceremony


girl filed a "no contact order" on
Barwick last July.
"There have been several
documented cases where Chris
Barwick has harassed the victim,"
according to a report filed by
TCSO Dep. Gregg N.
Gulbrandsen.
On June 15, 2005, a report was
filed when Barwick attempted to
,..* Please see page 3


City is owed

$236,000 in

unpaid bills

The City of Perry is owed some
$236,000 in unpaid utility bills,
dating back to 2000.
"Two out of three of those
unpaid bills can be traced directly
to rental property," City Manager
Bob Brown told the council
Tuesday.
"That is an average of about
$50,000 a year in unpaid bills."
He then presented the council a
list of options to address the loss.
"We can make these changes
without an ordinance, but I just
wanted you to be aware of what
we're doing."
Included in the changes is an
increase in deposits to reflect a
two-month utility average based
on the previous 12 months of
activity.
Property owners will also have
the option of guaranteeing the bill
before service is reconnected.
,,- Please see page 5


Dr. Joseph L. Webster Sr.,
president and CEO of Webster
Medical Clinic, will be keynote
speaker at the annual Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Day
commemorative celebration
Sunday, Jan. 15, at Stewart
Memorial A.M.E. Church.
Services will begin at 6 p.m.
"We invite the community to join
us in commemorating the life and
vision of Dr. King, as well as
welcoming our distinguished
guest, Dr. Webster," Taylor County
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.


Commemorative Committee
member Flora Woodfaulk said.
An expert in minority health,
Webster is the principal
investigator in a pilot research
study of obesity and diabetes in
children and adolescents.
His major areas of interest
include gastroenterology, internal
medicine, pharmaceutical science,
biochemistry, minority health and
African American health.
Webster embarked on his college
career in 1966, after graduating
with honors from Jefferson County


High School in Monticello.
He received a bachelor's degree
from Florida A&M University in
1971 and was awarded his
doctorate of medicine in 1975 from
the University of Miami Medical
School.
He completed his internship in
the UCLA San Fernando Valley
Medical program.
Among his notable
accomplishments are:
--Developing a comprehensive
clinic for. digestive and nutritional
disorders in 1980 and directing its


growth through era of managed
care transition.
,.- Please see page 8


Clover is spelling bee champ


Fifth graders reigned at this
Sear's district spelling bee, with
James Clover--representing Taylor
County Elementary' School--
claiming the honor of "top speller


in the district."
The second place winner, also a
fifth grader, hailed from
Steinhatchee School. Richard
Dickey was short enough to stretch


for the microphone, but tall enough
to spell his way through a
competition which included 117
words.
Third place honors went to


W-i-n-n-e-r-s
Fifth grader James Clover, center, won the 2006 Spelling Bee for the Taylor County School
District after a heated competition which included 117 words. Shown at left is seventh grader
Shane Farnell, third place winner, and at right, fifth grader Richard Dickey of Steinhatchee who
placed second.


Shane Farnell, representing Taylor
County Middle School where he is
a seventh grader.
Superintendent of Schools Oscar
Howard Jr. had words of praise for
each. "You are all winners," he
stressed before the competition,
and afterwards. "You are winners
to make it to this level, and I am
proud of you."
One-on-one, he admitted to the
spelling students, "You lost me in
round two."
This year's event, which was
held Wednesday at Taylor County
Middle School, went 11 rounds,
beginning with 25 contestants and
eliminating spellers until the top
two battled over "fulsome." Clover
won by also spelling
"deserter."
"These words seem harder than
those in last year's competition,"
noted Judge Wanda Kemp, and
members of the audience agreed.
She was accompanied in judging
by retired English teacher, Flora
Woodfaulk, and Susan H. Lincoln,
managing editor of Perry
Newspapers, Inc.
The pronouncer was Chris
Olson, grant writer for the
district.
Clyde Cruce, assisted by Lillie
Greene, coordinated the 2006 bee
and presented each participant with
words of praise, as well as a
certificate of achievement.
,... Please see page 3


Brett Johns


Jr. league


will retire


jersey #23

Brett Johns, 9, was a born
athlete. Baseball, flag football,
basketball--he loved and
participated in them all.
If ever there was a tailor-made
fit, it would have been Johns and
the newly organized Upward
Basketball league that believes
"Every Child is a Winner."
Open to all local students in
grades 1-6, the league's goal is to
promote salvation, character and
self-esteem in all who participate,
organizers said.
Johns will not be among the
players taking to the court
Saturday, Jan. 14, in the league's
opening game of its inaugural
season. But his spirit will be.
League organizers, players and
parents are dedicating the season
..+ Please see page 8


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News

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Auj o. : ,. a .. n.-,,
you'l fid bus schdules, shopping
tel and andvanety of there infofnmaon
hellM Wo both students acd .parts.

Book 14 arrives
this month
The lalest edition in he Taylor
Cony HislCoical go00ss "0'They
Were Here' seis W) be ava0able by
ths end ofAugust
Copies of the first 13 boos are
available at the history
which wi be open Thus
The historica society
located i downtown Per
Free semi
offered
The Tayor County Smn
Outreach Center weil
workshop on Good
Ser1tce-1Mw 1o have
ou sness' Thursday,
teginnc at r 6:30 p.m.
The cener ts loPae
ChamberolCommetce; (
blor oe lnaonGalon.
Legislative u
to be giv
Senalt Nancy eAgo
Repesenlalive Wirl Kn
th feared speaker aLt
updale bncheon FPday,
Hsleod by the Perlyil
Chaober of Conmeera, I
wvl be held at 0 Gtih
Restaura
For tesuwalons, pIea
5366,

Make a differ -
The Guardian ad rem
sc0h0uding vo1eer Sar
fo Taylor Coungy ognn
Aug 1, Ifroma p.n.
'It o laW0es foo hour
1o nae a diflerene in
child Call now to reglsle90
training passes and to sp
chid,' Sandra Tieo, T
Cir director said.
For more e ooma"on. '
509-21S9 r 594-210.9
Something
everyone
rummage


1Need a captain's be, it !.
machine C.o 1,
aThPeiy Womanos o u wl0sage (is


tChosmas decorauons, lot s of 1 ks


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County keeps same tax rate News
The county commission last recommendations of County waste ruck to flure budget year contributed S5,000. and several bringing in 4.8 percent more
week held the line on dllage rates Manager Ed Harvey. Harvey saved S31.500 and made up a grant additional cuts were also made. funding than last yar TCHS student
for the 2003-2004 budget year. outlined cuts totaling $100,008 to shortfall of $30,161 in waste hese millag rates reflect tno The first of wo rqued public student
Whh a 5-0 vote. the general food Ike al fund, plus a reduction collection .. heatng. Wa st for Tuesoay. Spl schedules released
mvilage la was set at 8.076 and in court-lalted funds ofr$4S,66. Deleting new carpet for 9 a 5:01 pm, in ihe county 1 l oO uo eo 0,
the MSTU funood at at 276 upon The outs included the executive. i
a motion by commissioner Frank secretary position in the -oIy,
Russell and second by Daryll manager's office, which saved
Gunter. S37,569.Aof cuL was the library = hed p alh gud Ve o on
Theen.tycounmissioni redaend Pinforalonsystemso positon0, .ol ic., gdnday.Q.
,he proposed budget by another rmulting in 22,939 savings. S Wednesday, Aug. S, 931
'5100 foHo e hw D r fo ing kopufchaos of a solid Jnurs Thursday, Aug. 7, 9.11

Task force jails 2 i .".J.

on drug charges
TWo additional drug de..rs ar. lo, where Officer. Hape Gibson., Parking s
County Jot Drug Task Force Michadel Franklin, Anderson and os
*> t' y pucase their p;

nedooJanal Jo-ne in i
s.on. ,t -l ; ssaM6I
oaodd .o-TCHS yea

sd .portraits pl
lsnim yearbook P



the a in the l ii
ofs c. ofs 1t5 yarow ,a
Till- I. dated libr addwoeso
32 v e co e or~s will ot receive
o, oud come to ihe


: back dinedaysfooa
Hundred., of Taylor
S Coeunry shool Distrct cookbooks
iostructrionl pereoeel likehotca
gathered for a -welcome Th Per 1Woman's
back' breakfast Tuesday of is n cok
morning at the elementary ipes fom club miner
school cafeteria. friend Th three-it
Superintendent Oscar iders of lecips are
Howard Jr. reminded plal City Bank fSo
on everyone of the district's' at Bun s Mon n
sca moroaon of ,docalo .. opany Inmn Curio
priority one." (Above) yests$15,forI
in TCHS Assistant Principal kescanbemailed.
ieh Michael Thompson chats
.. wrth tru"cers M
flour TCMS Principal T dv. ,"
Or." and Assistant Prinoopal "C.d

Jem Walker are ready to Councila
ylor "welcome" students. ThisTayl., Cu.ty.
hogh doiM CoMS)
ing anesdaydg A in
daetand d"er o
aced -- For mre information,
County manager selection extended l.),0a.32510
beS TOMS selling
Search for fire chief continues yearbooklads
ouel days bolero-shool bogin,

S The search for a Taylor County c0mmims0 ii noetllg w. canceled o19 because Of 4e late hour when res pe0 la es froo Tayler
on 're chief otinue, ut the wh' thecandldonewihdrw theo agenda e wa reached it lo Sidd) i Schmol ale oIl and

Once back ino Perry. Jordan will eight counts of burglary, two posItlonwillt 0emainu nl d 0at ni Coonty Manager Ed 0arvey was also decided 0to re-1 n the oul selong ede and puge
he served a warrant o an escape time, sinb e an ialiiew achodulod reported to the lconomis o hat he accepianoe of application, until onsoiships ,for the 20032004
harge. which--if io ti ovicted- Please see page 5 for Monday night's county ad received another pplicain Aug o anda e-adves e tilhe ioi nof 1iisirschoolannual
110t "is pr m da.' 0 and0 he will couty noao ger poiion l until that 1 ( they mssed you, please conitc
keep coyny compi00n1r0 u01 e Iny Hendry or CIs Bray at the

,aTo anidc. thecounny h. 1 c- ved heol(838.2516oapetyournrame
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Leadership .
Council meets d'-
All 0newiamers, old membe and ro d" -
htenal1 members are invited to the
Au, 7 meeting of the Taylor County J 100
Leadership Coulcal a! 6:30 p.. This
meeting wlI focus on plans for the
Jekins Communitoy Center


Index
Edilorial...page A-2
Living...page A-4 :..
Sporcs.,.page A -6
Roligion...page A-7 Finding scallops
Community...page B-1 Pretty scallops hke these are being



News 2 meth labs



Horseshow busted here
planned Aug. 30 Decaing ., he drug. Aud Tow.
,aong wlth metianphibelamin, officer w0 h McKcn.zc pur-sud the vohlcls.,
r sas rllh Toyloy rCoInly rShriffs Offloc r achtng spd, approahig 1)110
Aug 30, a dhe Taylor CounS and Perry Police lDepartmei mph in an 00emp Io sl op them
I9 3, he Taylor County slammed the door on two more The second vehicle was identified
S' "meh" [b opralis his woek. a a Nssan pick-up. McKenzie
Gates open alt Bam; the sow Durinig th early rooing honuo r radioed other officers I st i pikp
S al 1 a,0 Su nd0 5 .. ny. "J 9 u0y0 Scull s lnp t ,u 110 a o ahd oI Oh
an spaed lasses 0 t0 l be offe r oad. a 0r0 ockclos paod ro p 0 01
se e see page 3

man tt nets
3tucnty

he negolaled lheb
lo propty for .he

The Id ko tello
l nio b yor l 5 t0Il boo
Ail ,if Iny maretnh la
one Te
.- (IS05,10o1re n 4 od I
wth en lughI to be
hi" aid N,001ll, whoo
he logging bu-mess


The otaetlihe contract
.g ) per 'ae, which

Parko ollod 00 howoot
LCoo iftn 60 days of 0he
S 1 1 pnract.
Veler -enly faded to geti
co P vested wtlhm the 60-
The o Ie cou00 0 ty
1 ie Sloggng firm of

Too work ond po en ed
Swolo a checkk for
Voy nliggl
ting lal AUgu0.
K-nn-th Dudly
e see page 8



MIA l11a IntiniM


09ay 0t'o Iuesl a 0o10 0y Ilnc
coane Casi Car01 n a1850957B-2 4 f
Make a difference...


!may only0 a lakes tao hos ef mon
Io make difference n the Ide of a
chid. Cali no to leg ter for the free
tra n 'ng classes and to speak up for a
chlfd,' Santda Tice, Third Judicoal
C'rcud director, sakth
For more info0matio, please call
584-2159 ow 594215E
Tee-off Aug. 22
for annual golf
scramble
The 101t annual Taylor County
Chamber of Commerce Golf
Scramble Challenge & Fund-raiser
22, at the
For reseatiofts, con9ac0 the
chamber at 584-5366


Index
Looking Back..page A-2
Liw g...pge ,A-4


- Please see page 3


Meeting set Monday

Commissioners ponder

'dysfunctional' finding
The S35,000 management rpor ,n a lue in Counly MNfnagr Ed
that called the county wolkforc t Harvey, MOTi, Donald Long
"dysfnctional' and suffering from ndicaed I ali additional
extreme low morale, .s expected o information and c3 mmnts have
get anootkr look from the county ben 1re.ivd since Ihe company's
commislsio at lis me0 ng'
Monday. me
Members of hc cotnmsswioo addalional follw-up and
bdefly discuied some of Ihe evaluating addtiionnl information.
findings in Ihe 184-page report aI a s we quickly move toward a final
workshop Tueday. rporl." Long wrotc in hf let1er1
"Are we going to use this Several c mmiionOrs said they
(manimg nt 5r stdy0 ) orG o c wooed o a it to oke any
o Day u 10desions ontdthe find "Pon


m J Ih


td, Chemical spill
City Fire Chief Rodney Lytle and crew were quick to respond to a chemical spill aon
Jefferson Street Wednesday morning. A jug of munatic acid felt from a passing truck,
hbo spraying m e, c riw 'w the southbound lane. Water was used to neutralized the chemical,
3 and clear the street.


nade for capital projects


posed as valuable information an be lost
City when e-btg, The current
to in computer are not equipped with
ojocis the CD/RW feature. Ou. ater
meier filas are no large they cannot
Sca- I .. -
esis ,
ancil water meoir fils flom the W'ater
i deparmenh, which are stored on
,uet0 CD/RW dosLo, nanoit be tead on
nager orcurnenl compoucrso II would no
.o.ing calsirulip if ihe cly's meier
cards were lost We consl--ly
2.l000 have o ha-re nforaton and need
.se a computer compatible with other
t en com putter, i Ito i ity' netw ork.
l iin i"Presently tho pubbi works
co n o we have recently been depatcblln is ihe only ty office-











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information and help via (he unable to begin 0 t unl fiscal year
Internal. We could also save ime 2013-04, The chain hoist walt be
and money by rwcarching parL 0 0 00 ,
and equipment used by our .. ,
department recommenidalion for the putrcSne
o General governmcrtifiaeaoial of Iwo new puaun vehicle, wolh
services: ,40.0 reco mmendation graphics
to purchase a printer "Annual roplacemen0."
"This printer will be u0 d 0o rtin Publc workl/iransporlal3n .
payroll and accounts payable. 11 531,0 recommendaiom hfo thb
wl llyow payroll and accnuns' puO a-fc nf a variety fdO
payable rpaql, I, be oaun roplcemen0 item. including fioul
simulmanonusly with u0lity bills, silf- popelled mowers ($39.(KIl)
This printed will ao bei u-d as a foluo weed ea0er. (Sl.4KI)L OlaK
bLkup for (cuene because "hua h hog" mower (2.(3k(),1 nne
thei current printer i o old and has o air cnmpyeoor (S t12,tI(1) one u:a-
bS repaired frequently" aw ($750). ne beeSier (S250) and
C General goovernmenicily o00 t42-horepo lwr ra t01r
gaacge S92 0 roN mn. (0Sdlol 'llw)
S5l)0 tcoommenoidlion io pourch.ale ihe mowb and weed oalerl; th0
a nood cha- htSl current "h, Sig mower lo hr
leTr reo l o 0 r PleaseIseepage3


School board adopts

budget for 2003-04


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scheduled.
Tiches a S20 per person, wIh ll
pceeds going oward the purchase
of the vie9m W1r Monument 10o be

Tickels mus be purchased 0
advance and can be obtained from
th Elks Lodgeor anyAMVET Post 20
member
Legislative
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Clover will compete


for the regional title


SPELLING BEE
Continued from page 1


..."We've got great kids doing
great things every day and this is
"just an example of it," said
Howard.
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Contestants included (by
0 :;schools):
Steinhatchee School- Leanna
t Parker and Courtney Bailey, fourth
grade; Richard Dickey (second
place winner) and Renee Parker,
A" .grade five; Elizabeth Mathews and
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t! Catalano and Nicholas Gibson,
S' --grade seven; J.T. Morgan and L
... Mary Miner, grade eight.
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Wetherington of fourth grade; a
Twenty-five contestants, from five grades, competed in the.2006 Spelling Bee held Wednesday forth Taylor County District. Tyler Jackson, James Clover (the
overall winner) and Zuqwa Ray,



Battery of doctor' added to DUI ch


A Perry man who took down
two palm trees in the median of
Hwy. 19 near its intersection with
Ash Street late Tuesday evening,
was arrested for DUI, but
additional charges of battery on an
emergency medical care provider
were levied after he "swatted" the
emergency room doctor at Doctors'
Memorial Hospital, where he was


treated for injuries sustained in the
. crash.'
Perr\ Police Department Ptl.
' David W. Kelly said Ricky Dean
Collins, 45, was traveling on
Hwy. 19, when his truck went
into the median and struck two
palm trees, cutting them in half
and leaving them obstructing the
southbound lanes.


Taylor County Fire/Rescue was.
on .the scene, said Kelly,, and
Firefighter Ben Meacham, along
with Robert Kellow quickly pulled
the two trees out of the highway.
"When- I made contact with
Collins, who was still in his
vehicle 'behind the wheel, he told
me, cursing very badly, that he
was messed up," said Kelly.


As DMH Emergency Medical
Services personnel Iwas
"attempting to take care of
Collins, he continuously shouted
obscenities and threatened to
physically harm them several
times.
"Collins, although just being in
a traffic crash, slurred his words,
had extremely glassy eyes and


smelled like alcohol," said Kelly.
"Throughout the time that
Fire/Rescue was attempting to
extricate Collins, he slurred
obscenities at the workers until
.they pulled him from the truck and
put him on.a backboard," he added.
Kelly said when' he arrived at
DMH to question Collins, he


Barwick under investigation in Lafayette


FORMER TEACHER
Continued from page 1
break into the victim's car. The
next month, a report was filed
when the victim's car was keyed
and witnesses reported Barwick
was seen standing beside the car


earlier.
Barwick has also been filmed
walking by and speaking to the,
victim at Wal-Mart.
When Barwick was interviewed
by TCSO Dep. Lance Burford, he
denied having had sexual
intercourse with the victim at 'any


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After receiving a "clean" audit of the Taylor County Boys and Girls
Club's finances, the county commission released $6,250 in quarterly
budgeted funds Monday night.
The disbursement -was part of a series of consent items passed early in
the commission meeting.
A previous request to release the funds in October had been denied by
the commission since no audit had been submitted.
It was the county staffs recommendation at that time to deny the
request and Commissioner Jack Brown made a motion to do so, .which
Commissioner Clay Bethea seconded. The measure passed unanimously.
Also at the October meeting, Commissioner Pat Patterson mentioned
that several people had raised concerns about the club and it was decided
by consensus to hold a workshop with the club. To date, no workshop
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time.
"Barwick kept stating that he
had not touched her (the victim),",
Burford said. "After several
attempts, Barwick finally admitted
to being in love with the child. He
also admitted to having kissed her
and touched her inappropriately,
but nothing else.
"Barwick also said that he has
made this situation good with God
and also with his wife. Barwick
stated that he had told his wife
-;. .. hr iin. but when his wife left
the room, he admitted to l iingi il
love with the child.
"Barwick said he called his
family in South Florida for them
to come to Perry and pray for him.
He said they all went to church
and he made his peace with God.. I
told him that was a start, but he
still had man's law to deal with.
"I said -to be forgiven by God,
you have to confess your sins. He
said that's right and that he did. I
asked him if he confessed
everything to God, and he said
yes.
"i then asked if he had told his


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wife the same things he had told
God. He said he told his wife. I
again asked if he told her the same
things and he would not answer
me," said Burford.
Last week, the victim called law
enforcement and said Barwick had
followed her ,to school. When
Campbell arrived; he saw the man
within 200 feet of the high school
parking lot and arrested him.
Barwick's troubles have
continued to mount.
The former math teacher began
his career with the T.i, lor County
School District in 2001, teaching
for two terms before leaving to
teach in Madison. He returned to
the district for the 200.4-05 term.
Personnel Director Clyde Cruce
said when "contract time came
around for the 2005-06 year,
TCHS Principal Michael


Thompson did hot recommend that
Barwick's contract be renewed. so
he was not re-hired."
Barwick sought employment
elsewhere and was hired by the
Lafayette County School District
to teach math; however, for
unspecified reasons, he tendered
his resignation in December.
Officers with the Lafayette
County Sheriff's Office said an
investigation is currently being.
conducted on Barwick, but would
not release any additional.
informationn,
Lafayette County
Superintendent of Schools Fred
Ward refused to. give specifics, but
did say that Barwick's case had
been turned over to the
Department of Education
Professional Practices division as
well as the sheriffs office.


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Tayloi County Middle School-
Eli Grambling, Nic Williams and
Shavis McKnight of grade six;
Shane Famell (third place winner),
Rachel Gilliam and Rashad Spain
of seventh grade; Clay Murray,
Stephen Smith and Stuart Ely of
eighth grade.
First, second and third place
winners received a trophy
sponsored by the Taylor County
School District.
Clover, the winner, was also
presented a $50 cash prize
sponsored by Perry Newspapers,
Inc. He will compete in the 2006
Tallahassee Democrat Big Bend
Regional Spelling Bee in
Tallahassee on Feb. 25. The
winner of that competition then
advances to the Scripps Howard
National Spellinh Bee May 28-
June 2.



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found him to be, "coherent and
belligerent, but willing and able.to
answer questions. When I asked
him about the crash, he said, 'I
was driving down Hwy. 19 and
closed my eyes. I opened them and
looked up and there was a cabbage
tree and I hit it.'"
At this point, PPD Ptl. Lin
Gray asked Collins if he had been
drinking, to which he stated, "I
iad just enough to not go over the
imit, but -yes, I have been
Drinking. I wasn't wearing my
seatbelt either."
.When Kelly spoke to
Emergency Room Physician Dr.
David Mulvaney, he was told that,
while treating Collins, he had
swatted several times at the doctor,
hitting him in the right arm.
Nursesin the ER also stated that
Collins told the doctor that he was
;oing to "beat his --."
When a nurse began to draw
)lood to check Collins' alcohol
evel, which he had previously
agreed to, he stopped her, saying,
'I don't mean to be this way, but
his how I beat the first DUI, by
refusing "
When Collins was .medically
cleared, he was transferred to the
Taylor County Jail, where the
additional charge of refusal to
submit to a lawful blood, breath
or urihe alcohol analysis was
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SMary, Mary quite contrarY.


How does your garden grow?


On rare occasions, North Florida
has had single-digit temperatures
in December and January. Lows
in the. 20s and 30s are more
normal though, and some days
'will be warm enough for shorts.
Stay aware of weather forecasts so
you can protect plants and pipes if
we have a hard freeze.
You can still plant cool-season
annuals such as pansies.
petunias, snapdragons, dianthus.
sweet alyssum. calendulas, and
flowering cabbage and kale. They
need full sun for at least four to
six hours a da' and a %%ell-drained
site. Water during establishment
and dry penods, and fertilize every
four to six weeks with light
applications of a fertilizer such as
. 15-0-15. During cold weather
plants absorb nitrate forms of
nitrogen more readily than the


Morgan-Ragans vows

planned for March 4th
Kevin and Tammy Morgan of Perry announce the engagement of their
daughter, Kristin Rochelle, to Travis Richard Ragans, the son df Richard
and Cynthia Ragans of Perry.
Their wedding will be held at Athena Baptist Church on March 4 2006;
at 4 p.m. All friends and family members are invited to attend.

Meeting will spotlight

exotic plants to grow
"Exotic Plants for North Florida--There's More Than Just Bananas" is
S "the topic of Wednesday's meeting of the Perry Garden Club, featuring
Brandy Cowley-Gilbert and Sally Levings of Just Fruits and E.otics
S: Nursery in Medart. '
Members are encouraged to meet for juice and coffee at 9:45 a.m. The
program begins at 10 a.m., and Diane Carlton will present the"
horticulture tip of the day.
Everyone is encouraged to attend. ... .,.
The Perry Garden Club is a member of District III of the Florida
Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc., Deep South Regional.Council and the
SNational Garden Club. : ,


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the nitrogen source of your winter
fertilizer isn't just ammonium
nitrate.
It's not too late to plant spring-
flowering bulbs. Narcissus
(daffodils) are the most likely to
come back year after year. Types
best suited for North Florida are
"Soliel d'Or" (blooms in January),
"Carlton" and "Sweetness" (bloom
in February), or "Ice Follies" and
"Golden Dawn" (bloom in early
March). Snowflakes (Leucojum)
are fairly reliable repeat-bloomers,
too. Tulips, anemones,
ranunculus, and hyacinths can be
spectacular, but should be removed
after they bloom. Plant bulbs in
good, well-drained soils on sunny
to only slighted-shaded sites.
Camellias are flowering heavily
now, so it's a great time to select


New arrival

Kayla Marie Edwards
Melissa Fouche and T.J. Edwards of Perry announce the birth of their
daughter, Kayla Marie Edwards. on Dec. 27, 2005, at 10:51 a.m., at
Tallahassee Memorial Women's Pauilion. She weighed 8 pounds, 6
ounces, was 20 and three-fourths inches long.
Maternal grandparents are Marsha and Don Parker and Robbie Fouche,
all of Perry. Maternal great grandparents are Faye and Curtis Baxter, Fred
and Amy Cope, and Connie and Paul Fouche all of Perry. Maternal great
great grandparents are Florine and the late George (Dee) Cope of Perry.
Paternal grandparents are Tommy and Lisa Edwards of Perry and Sandy
and Chip Alexander of Tallahassee. Paternal great grandparents are Jean
Edwards of Perry and the late Shelton Edwards, Helen Leite of
Tallahassee, and Malcolm Leite of Crystal River. Paternal great great
grandmother is Corine Bishop of Perry.


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grow best in light shade or partial.
sun. They need acidic, well-
drained, though not excessively
G. suppdry soil.
W a Set out transplants of broccoli,
cabbage, collards, cauliflower,
bulbing onions, and kale. Seed
lettuce, mustard, carrots, beets,
English pas, radishes, arugula. and
Swiss chard.
Plant deciduous fruits and nuts 7
in January, such as apples,
peaches, nectarines, plums, pears,
figs, pecans, blueberries,
blackberries, grapes, persimmons,
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Grief support group

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Covenant Hospice in% items adulls who are grieving the loss of a loved
one to attend a six-week Grief Support Group which will meet each
Wednesday at the Covenant Hospice of Perry Community Support
Center, Jan. 25 through March 1. Ses.,ions will be held from 1-2 p.m.
"This is a free service and participants are encouraged to attend all six
sessions as they are stepping 6one, to healing," said Elizabeth Robinson,
M.S.W., bereavement speqialihst.
Bereavement Support Services are an integral part of the care Covenant
Hospice provides, she explained. ",Feelings of loss and grief can be
overwhelming and the six-week grieflupport group will offer educational
tools on how to handle grief following the death of a loved one, and give
participants the opportunity- to explore their grief in a safe and caring
environment."
Registration is required. Please call Robinson toll-free 1-800-374-9733
or at the Tallahassee office at (850) 575-4998. The Perry office is located
in the Taylor Square Shopping Center at 2057 South Byron Butler
Parkway.
Covenant Hospice defines itself as "a not-for-profit, JCAHO-accredited,
charitable organization dedicated to providing dignified, compassionate,
end-of-life care to patients and their loved ones." To view more about the
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By SUSAN CURTIS
The Steinhatchee Garden Club
is holding a spaghetti dinner
Saturday, Jan. 21, from 5 to 7:30
p.m., at the Steinhatchee
Community Center. All proceeds
go toward sending Steinhatchee
and Jena children to summer
camp. The cost of the dinner is
$5 for adults and $3 for children.
Fabulous desserts can be had for
50 cents!
Why you should come?
The Florida Federation of
.Garden Clubs (FFGC) operates
Camp Wekiva every summer and
holds four one-week sessions for
girls and two one-week sessions
for boys beginning in June. The
children learn much about the
Plants and wildlife of Florida
While enjoying the swimming,
arts and crafts, ghost stories told
Around a campfire, songfests and
all the incumbent "stuff' of camp
life. Students may be sponsored
by a FFGC affiliated garden club
or by individuals. Last year the
Steinhatchee Garden Club
sponsored 14 children. Most of
these were directly sponsored by
the club but some generous
individuals paid for a few others
who had expressed a desire to
attend. The Steinhatchee Garden
Club sponsors a Junior Garden
Club program at Steinhatchee
School that lends itself to
broadening the horizons of young
minds.
You make the difference. Come
to the spaghetti dinner and help
send these kids. to camp.
The Steinhatchee Garden Club
is also challenging businesses to
sponsor a child for $175. The
Garden Club will match the


business' donation.
Speaking from personal
experience, my great nieces
attended Camp Wekiva five years
ago when they were twelve and
nine. It opened their eyes to
another world. The experience of
living in a cabin away from.TV,
-video games, cell phones and
Mom and Dad was fantastic.
Giving that opportunity to the
boys and girls of Steinhatchee and


Jena is a lasting lesson in
environmental education and self-
reliance.
Besides, the spaghetti, salad and
garlic bread served with tea or
coffee will be delicious and a
bargain. The Garden Club hopes
to decorate festively for the event
but those wanting to take away are
most welcome too.
See you there.


9 make honor rolls


North Florida Community
College named nine Taylor
Count) students to honor rolls for
academic achievement during the
Fall 2005 term.
Students earning a grade point
average of 3.8 to 4.0 are eligible
for the President's honor list and
3.5 GPA to 3.79 for the Vice
President's honor list.
To be considered, students must
take at least 12 credit hours during


the semester or as part-time
students complete a 12-credit hour
segment during the term.
Named to the President's List
were: Melissa S. Freeman, Ruth
E. Bickel and Erin J. Sparkman.
Named to the Vice President's
List were: Jesse J. Poorman,
Kimela S. Lundy, Kevin R.
Smith, Tyson M. Hill, Kathleen
E. Courtney and Marlow S.
Lauterbach.


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What this will accomplish,
Brown noted, is having "our rental


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reflecting the true impact of the
utilities provided and it will help
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Trout fishing slow;


redfish bite okay


By PAT McGRIFF
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Happy New Year! O.k...
o.k... enough already it's been 10
dang days everyone get over it!
Trout fishing is very, very slow
at Keaton.
First, very few are going out
looking for fish and even fewer are
catching any.
Folks ask me why? They think
since last year, this time, was
better; what is wrong this year?
Well, a few things are different.
The water temperature has dropped
several times, severely, down to
the high 40's, stepping the trout
out further and further from the
warming effect offered by the
rocks and oyster bar areas, which'
are usually ;so productive in
January.
Reds have been, a bit more
cooperative of late, but hardly hold
enough action to support a day on
the water.
It is all about the.bait! If the
pinfish move offshore in huge
schools or balls like they have in
the past, it can be very difficult to
get the flats fish to bite anything
in the daytime. They become
nocturnal feeders feeding on
shrimp during the darker hours.


Many times they simply will not
eat in the daytime this time of
year..
The last report of a limit came
from Cal Beanblossom and Glenn
Floyd of Sylvester, Ga., who
canie down the Saturday after
Christmas and caught a limit of
trout while fishing Saltwater
Assassin's limetreuse sea shads.
suspended 30-36 inches under a,
2.5-inch Oval. Cajun Thunder.
This pair was tipping their sea
shads with Fish Bites Fish n'
Strip in the shrimp flavor while
fishing in 3-4 feet of water.
Offshore some folks managed
some great grouper while sharing
very little details of where etc.
Brian Rehberg and Ricky
Tomlinson had 10 keepers from
58 feet of water on frozen cigar
minnows
Last week, Chris Newsom Jeff
and Eric Bower, all of Valdosta,
Ga., and Chris Kendrick of Adel,
Ga., had 20 grouper with four over,
20 pounds!, Whew! (Great catch
GUYS!)
When asked where and what on
they snickered and said "45 feet of


water on squid, of course."
Good fishing!


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FRIDAY
HI. 12:31 a.m.
LO 7:55 a.m.
HI 2:22 p.m.
LO 7:18 p.m.
SATURDAY
HI 1:12 a.m.
LO 8:29 a.m.
HI 2:52 p.m.
LO 7:58 p.m.
SUNDAY
HI 1:50 a.m.
LO 8:59 a.m.
HI 3:20 p.m.
," LO 8:36 p.m.
MONDAY
HI 2:25 a.m.
LO 9:25 a.m.
HI, 3:48 p.m.
LO 9:14 p.m.


Jan. 13-Jan. 20


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1.2
3.2
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2.8
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3.2
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2.8
0.6
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LO 9:49 a.m.
HI 4:13 p.m.
LO 9:52 p.m.
WEDNESDAY
HI 3:36 a.m.
LO 10:12 a.m.
HI 4:38 p.m.
LO 10:31 p.m.
THURSDAY
HI 4:18 a.m;
LO 10:37 a.m.
HI 5:01 p.m.
LO 11:14 p.m.
FRIDAY
HI 5:02 a.m.
LO 11:05 a.m.
HI 6:25 p.m.


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Members of the 2005-2006 Taylor County High boys soccer team include (front row, left to right): Alex Kramer, Glenn
Hammers, Brian Lynn" Stephen Kramer, Camden Lynn, Josiah Anderson and Jonathan Baker. Back row: Kendall Thompson,
Joseph Proenza, Charlie Morgan, Matt Cruce, Josh Leverette, Ed Obershlake, Josh Wallis, Blake Ratliff and Enrique Gomez. Not
shown is score keeper Megan Perry.


Record: 6-0

'Dogs top seed in district


Taylor County High's boys
soccer team clinched the top seed
in the upcoming district
tournament by shutting out Florida
High here Tuesday 3-0.
The Bulldogs are a perfect 6-0
in district play and 8-3-1 overall
with only four non-district
contests remaining.
Coach Price Harris said his


team has gotten. better with every
contest.
"Our three losses all came early
in the season. This group of kids
works hard and they play
unselfishly," he said.
In Tuesday's win over Florida
High, Bulldog goalie Kendall
Thompson recorded his sixth
shutout of the season as Taylor


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Dec. 6 Rickards Away W 2-1
Dec. 10 Chipley* Home W 5-1
Dec. 16. Marianna* Home W 6-0
Jan. 3 Mayo 'Away T 1-1
Jan. 6 Marianna* Away W 1-0
Jan. 7 Chipley* Away W 5-0
Price Jan. 10 Fl. High* Home W 3-0
Harris Jan. 12 Live Oak Away 7:00
Head Coach Jan. 14 Rickards Home 7-00
Jan. 16 Ft. White Home 7:00
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County coasted to a 3-0 win.
Josh Leverett booted in two
goals while Enrique Villagomez
added another. Josh Wallace was
credited with two assists and Matt
Cruce set up another goal.
The 'Bulldogs were slated to
take on Suwannee Thursday in


Live Oak, hoping to avenge an
earlier 1-0 loss.
Taylor County will also get a
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other two losses of the season
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A-7 Perry News-Herald January 13-14, 2006 F


'40 Days' set to begin at Met


Gospel music kicks off new year
A 'Gospel Explosion' is planned at the Church of God of Prophecy on
Saturday, Jan. 14, beginning at 7 p.m. Choirs, praise dancers, musicians
and soloists will be featured as the church "starts the new year off right
with celebrations and thanksgiving to God."
Interested in participating? Please contact Terry Knight at (850) 253-
8072, Dorothy Knowles at 584-2655 or Debbie White at (850) 253-8098.

Methodists begin '40 Days' campaign
Saturday at 6 p.m., the First United Methodist Church will kick off its
"40 Days of Purpose" campaign with a dinner followed by a videotaped
inspirational message from Rick Warren, the author whose book is at the


Willard Wade
Ducksworth
Willard Wade Ducksworth, 13, a
resident of Perry, formerly of
Mayo, died Jan. 10, 2006, in
Gainesville.
A native of Gainesville, he had
lived in Perry for the past six years,
moving here from Mayo. He was
the son of Melody Claverie of
-IPerry and Wade Ducksworth Sr. of
Mayo.
In addition to his parents,
survivors include: his step-father,

Card of

Thanks

Johns
The family of Kimberly, Robert
and Brett Johns express our deep
appreciation for the many
kindnesses given to our family
during this time of great loss.
The love of the community will
help to sustain us during this
difficult time of healing. God
bless each and every one.
Sincerely,
John and Susan Robertson
Todd, Andrea, Jarrod and Colby
Robertson
Jennifer and Ben Turner
Kevin Johns


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Link Claverie of Perry; his step-
mother, Tina Ducksworth of Mayo;
two sisters, Brandy Lancaster of
Mayo and Kendra Mosley of Perry;
his paternal grandparents,' Willard
and Margaret Ducksworth of
Mayo; his maternal grandparents,
John Hudson and Betty Mossman,
both of Mayo; and numerous aunts,
uncles, cousins, nieces and
nephews.
Funeral services will be held
Friday, Jan. 13, at 3 p.m. at
Lighthouse Christian Center in
Mayo with interment following at
Bethel Cemetery in Mayo.
Family members received
friends Thursday at Joe P. Bums
Funeral Home in Mayo, which is in
charge of arrangements.

Robert Paul
Underwood
Robert Paul Underwood, 65, of
Steinhatchee, died Jan. 11, 2006, in
Perry.
Survivors include: one son,
Bruce Gorman of Petersburg, Ill.;
two daughters, Julie Jo Bryce of
Athens, Ill., and Tina Underwood
of Dola, Ohio; and two sisters,


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Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. StudylPrayer Meeting
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CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 2959 Golf Course Rd,
Sunday Worship Services
9:30 am Sunday School s


10:45 am Morning Worship
5:00 pm Discipleship Training
6:00 pm Evening Worship
8:00 pm Adult Choir Practice


Wednesday
Dinner served at 6:00 p.m.
Evening Prayer Meeting 7:00 p.m.
P Come and bring your children.
Programs & Bible Study for all ages!


Calvary Baptist Youth meet each Monday Night 6:00 pm.
All area youth are invited.


center of this purpose-driven phenomenon.
Books will be awarded for individuals wishing to begin their own 40-day
journey, and a sign-up sheet for small group study will be provided. The
event gets underway in Memorial Hall; no reservations are required.
Childcare will be provided.
The Rev. Matt Wallis invites everyone to participate.

Interested in learning about the Catholic faith?
The Catholic Church of the Immaculate Conception, 2750 S. Byron.
Butler Parkway, is holding Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (R.C.I.A.)
classes for anyone interested in learning more about the Catholic faith.
These classes will be held on Sunday mornings at 9 a.m. in the church


Betty Moake of Girard, Ill., and
Marilyn Puckett of Thompsonville,
Ill.
I Memorial services will be held
Saturday, Jan. 14, at 11 a.m. at
Fellowship Baptist Church in
Steinhatchee.

Prentice McCray
Crum
Prentice McCray Crum, 71, died
Jan. 10, 2006.
Born Oct. 18, 1934, at Creels
Place, Mr. Crum retired as county
road superintendent of Franklin
County in January. 2000 after 27
years of service.
He was a member of Carrabelle
United Methodist and was the adult
Sunday school teacher for more


than 30 years.
Survivors include: his wife of 53
years, Joyce I. Crum; a son,
William P. Crum of Carrabelle,
formerly of Perry; a daughter,,
Mary J. Housholder of Carrabelle;
four grandchildren; one great
granddaughter; two sisters, Billy
Faye Davis and Edna Hathcock;
and one brother, Ronald "Bubba"
Crum.
Funeral services will held
Friday, Jan. 13, at 3 p.m. at
Carrabelle United Methodist
Church.
Family members received
friends Thursday from 5 until 7
p.m. at the church.
Harvey-Young Funeral Home in
Crawfordville is in charge of
arrangements.


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Deadline for local church news is 11 a.m. on
Tuesday And Thursdays. News is published
as space is available.


r Thank You
The family of Kimberly, Robert and Brett Johns
express our deep appreciation for the many
kindnesses given to our family during this time of
great loss. The love of the community will help to
sustain us during this difficult time of healing.
God bless each and every one.

Sincerely,
John and Susan Robertson
Todd, Andrea, Jarrod and Colby Robertson
Jennifer and Ben Turner and Kevin Johns


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rectory. Please call the rectory office, 584-3169, to register or for mes-
information.

Volunteer drivers needed for SHARE
"If you believe in the SHARE program, will you consider volunteerifig
to drive to Tallahassee once a month to pick up the food that has been-
ordered and bring it back to First Methodist Church in Perry for- Z.
unloading?"
The answer to that question will determine the continuation or end of the-
SHARE food distribution here.
Organizers estimate that 60 families, on average, benefit from the ,a
SHARE distribution here which is not just for underprivileged families.
,"It is not a giveaway," explained Diane Rigoni who coordinates the::'.
program through the church.
"The only requisite is two hours of volunteer service per month to:.
participate." -.
While volunteer workers have not been difficult to secure, Rigoni said ;-.
committed truck drivers are key to the program's continuation. Please call."
584-4034 if you wish to serve in this capacity.


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A Perry News-Herald January 13-14, 2006





TCMS announces A, A/B honor rolls


The Taylor County Middle
School honor roll has been
announced. It is as follows:
. 6th grade, all "A"


JERSEY
Continued from page 1
to. Johns, who, along with his
parents, Robert and Kimberly, died
ina head-on crash Dec. 24 in
Madison.


Brett Johns would have
played on the Panthers
basketball team.


Connor Bishop, Aaron Crews,
Valerie Gardner, Alexander
Grambling, Macy Gregory,
Virginia Jacobs, Julia Monroe,


"He was so excited about this
league and kept calling to see
when he could find out who his
coach was and who his team was,"
league volunteer Wade Goodman
said.
Johns would have played on the
Panthers team, under the guidance
of Coach Scott Horner. His
teammates will honor his memory
by wearing jerseys embroidered
with a cross. Other players will
wear black armbands in his honor.
"We are retiring his number,
#23, and will present his jersey to
his family during special
ceremonies at half-time,"
Goodman said.
"Brett's game would have been
at 12 p.m. and that's when we will
make the presentation. Upward
Regional Representative Mark
Eiginger will assist in the
presentation."
Johns is survived by his older
brother, Kevin; his maternal
grandparents John and Susan
Robertson; and his paternal
grandparents, Jim and Marlene
Johns, all of Perry.


Taylor Schmidt and Kristina Wald.
6th grade, "A/B"
Shyla Abercrumbie, Blaine
Brenner, Caitlin Carter, Desiree
Cary, Jessika Clark, Jennicia
Dowdell, Kiley Faircloth, Styles
Gibson, Joshua Gray, Brittany
Hall, Elizabeth Harper, Kaneska
Hugger, Shamouri Island, Justice
Kelly, Brandon Lee, Melanie
McAfee, Micah McDonald,
Lindsey McHargue, Shavis
McKnight, Carolyn Nowlin, Ciera
Ormsby, Kristy Potter, Kristen
Reed, Skylar Schmidt, Chelsea
Snodgrass, William Tuten,
Samantha Tyler, Hanna Valentine,
Caitlin Weatherly, Katelyn Welch,
Samuel Whitfield, Christy Wilson
and Whitney Young.
7th grade, all "A"
Hunter Barfield, Katelyn
Bassett, Renae Brannen, Rebekah


Bratcher, Kyle Brooks, Hannah
Bundrick, Marybeth Clark, Dorie
Cruce, Samantha Curry, Kanisha
Graham, Katelyn Lynn, Sarah
Meacham, Morgan Pelt, Julia
Proenza, Colby Robertson, Beau
Rodgers, William Wentworth and
Ashlee Wright.
7th grade, "A/B"
Nafee Ahmed, Kaylee Akins,
Lindsey Albritton, Keishawnda
Anderson, Keyaira Anderson,
Paige Arnold, Saimia August,
Jesse Braswell, Samuel Briskett,
.Stephanie Britner, Alix Brown,
Courtney Brown, Savannah
Cantrell, Valerie Clarks, Jakari
Cook, Joann Devane, Cheyenne
Dunnell, Holly Eakins, Claire
Ensley, Shane Farnell, Erica
Freeman, Rachel Gilliam, Angela
Grimes, Joshua Hate, Tyler
Harris, Elton Hathcock, Staff


Hathcock, Katie Holden, Ashley
Holton, Allison Johnson, Latisha
Jones; David Lamb, Kameron
Livingston, Kasey Lukens, Curtis
Mango, Jacinda Mann, Jaclyn
Noles, Mikaela Patrick, Sarah
Pomeroy, Ryan Ragans, Meagan
Roberts, Olivia Roberts, Alicia
Saul, Erica Scott, Ryan Shaw,
Reagan Slaughter, Rashad Spain,
Arneashia Stephens, Trey
Stephens, James Turner, Tyler
Walker, Chelsea Wallace, Charles
Warf, Brittany Watkins and Joshua
Wells.
8th grade, all "A"
Brooke Barton, Lauren Clover,
Benjamin Ely, Deyla Gantt, Kelly
Kuehn, Byron McCoy, Courteney
Mincy, Christopher Morgan,
Logan Parker, Stephen Smith,
Jessica Strickland, Sarah
Thompson, Sarah Vaughn,


Melinda. Veal and Jordan
Williams.
8th grade, "A-B"
Cara Addison, Jon Anderson,
Hayden Barton, Brett Bassett,
James Battles, Celia Bennett,
Amanda Brannen, Chalsnic
Crooms, Kelsea Edmonds, James
Ford, Ashley Fournier, Chase
Gray, Jonathan High, Robert
High, Anthony Hooper, Charles
Johnson, Haley Johstono, Wil
Joiner, Fanoos Khan, Erica
Knight, Sasha Mixon, Arianna
Nelms, Emily Newman, Brittany
Pomeroy, Hannah Portwood,
Taylor Ratliff, Heather Roberson,
Charles Slaughter, Marissa
Snodgrass, Cassidy Stephens,
Koal Swann, Justin Vann, Jamie
Warf, Elisa Webb, Jessica Weeks,
Kasey Whitehead, Zachary
Wiggins and Stevie Williams.


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Thank You Taylor County for a great December
with our "Keep It Simple" New Vehicle Sales
We are kicking off the new year with an overstock of pre-owned vehicles.
We have already REDUCED ALL PRICES
and are READY TO MAKE A DEAL!
Come in and let us show you top dollar for your trade and a certified used
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HOOK-UPS
CEntinued from page 1
-.they were unable to do so.
"What'we would like from you,
is to see if you can use your
political influence to help us get
out from underneath these
restrictions," Senter said.
-He cited the city of Suwannee,
Which "has the exact same system
that we do, but no restrictions."
"What I would like to see you
do is start writing letters and for
this board to put a letter of
agreement with yours,"
Commissioner Clay Bethea said.
"The contract is between you
and Rural Development, but we
want to lend you support," Bethea
said.
--According to another district
representative present, they
_approached Rural Development
previously.
SAt first, hookups were restricted
i- existing homes and businesses,
--and did not include, platted lots
.-with no buildings, she said. After
-"iworking with Rural Development,
the district was able to add 181
Undeveloped platted lots.
"They specifically told us,
'Don't come back. The
government is not in the business
of sending money to replace
development that hkas been
destroyed by storms,'" she said.
1 "I concur with Commissioner
Bethea that the water board is
going in the right direction on
this," Commissioner Malcolm
: age.
: Bethea then made a motion to
-send a letter of support to area
-egislators, congressman and
-enator, as well as the governor.
-Perry Youth Mass
.Choir will perform
KING'S LIFE
SContinued from page 1
-.: -Founding the Institute for
African American Health, Inc, to
address health care disparities in
Ahe minority population in Florida
and the nation.
--Frequently providing
testimony before the Florida
-- House and Senate Committees on
health issues.
--Working with the late
Governor Lawton Chiles to help
win a $700 million tobacco
settlement through the statewide
support of the Concerned Citizens
Political Action Committee and
the Institute for African American
Health, Inc. (IAAH).
Sunday's commemorative
program will also include a music
.-ministry from .the Perry Youth
Mass Choir, under the direction of
-...Dr. Phillip Combs.


Senter gave the hypothetical
example of someone who had land
on which he wanted to build 40
condos who already had a line to
his property. That person would
have to pay an impact fee for a
second line to handle the additional
load as well as a new module to
increase the plant's capacity.
"But if they agreed to pay that,
they still can't do that with the
covenants," Bethea said.
"Right," Sentet said.
"So basically if someone down
at the beach had an oversized lot
and they wanted to put two homes
on it and it met the land
development code of Taylor
County, they can't do that?"
Bethea asked.
"Well, they can," Senter said.
"They can go to the health
department and get a septic tank
permit and get a septic tank and
build their home."
"That's what we don't want,"
Bethea said.
"Exactly," Senter said. "We
have to accommodate them. We
want their money, of course, but
we also to protect the
environment."
"I think that if you take the
action you're talking about
tonight, you put [funds for Phase
II) in jeopardy," said Floyd Ford,
who was president of the district's
board of directors until his
resignation last month. "You need
to think about that."
"We're talking about two and
one-half million dollars for Phase
II, of which over half is from the
federal government," Ford said.
Page seconded Bethea's earlier
motion to send the letters and the
motion passed 4-0. Commissioner
Jack Brown was late arriving to
the meeting due to a medical
issue.
"I would be very careful with
raising this point. I think the
minute you stir the pot about the
restrictions, you're going to put
the federal funds on hold," Ford
said.
"All of these restrictions came
from a letter from [the Department
of Cultural Affairs]. That letter
went out saying basically that
while we approve of the intent of
the sewer system, we do not
concur with this being a vehicle
for development of the coastal
high hazard area.
"That got picked up by the
federal government; it got picked
up by the EPA. And as a result of
that, Rural Development put in
those initial restrictions," he said.
Although the discussions
continued for some 30 more
minutes, no other official action
was taken by the board.


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Burt Snyder was the winner of.a recent fundraiser held by
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Here, TCMS Dean Suzanne Bassett draws the winning ticket,
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$600 for the teams, and will be used to purchase trophies.
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science for the current'year.
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2006."
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the governor and cabinet, the
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Department of Education and


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at the University of North Florida
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B-2 Perry News-Herald


January 13-14, 2006


Carbur


Editor's Note: In the mid-1970s,
Louise Childers penned a series of
articles for Fiberscope, a monthly
newsletter published for Buckeye
employees. The March 1975 edition
featured the mill town of Carbur.
T he town named Carbur
has disappeared from the
maps--even the county
maps no longer show its
.location.
Yet other small communities that
existed a few decades ago are left-
-even Scanlon, another logging
town which was set in
operation over 10. years
after Carbur was
started, is shown on
both maps. No stick or
stone is left of the
logging town that was
located on the West
Coastline of the
jAtlantic Coastline
Railroad and thrived
from 1914 until past
.1930. It was once a
station on that railroad
just as was Pineland :
and Athena whose
-lnames still remain, but
the railroad marker has
even disappeared there. '
As a rule, logging
camps and sawmill


there may be some variance in
memory but accept it, please.
Fond Recollections
What was once the main line for
the company's railroads that spread
out in every direction into the vast
forest to harvest nature's bounty--
the trees--is now a wide sand road.
Not too long ago, I traveled that
road in the company of two men
who knew the area well, although
neither was ,there in the very first
days. It was a trip down memory
road for Alton H. Wentworth, who


was located here and there, on the
left and right side of the road that
was the main street of the town.
The ACL tracks, the main reason
for building the town there,
continue to be used by passing
freight trains but the giant logs no
longer are carried on the flat cars
as they were during those days
long ago. Located near there is a
section of the first paved road in
the county--the one that took the
place of the old sand road to Perry.
Lawrence Borklund and others


Carbur was the shoe repair shop.
One is reminded that back in those
days most people owned their own
shoemaker tools. and could repair
their own shoes or else bring them
into Perry. So it went until every
building site that formed the town
part of Carbur was located.
Down the curving sand road
where land stretched on either side
now covered by weeds and scrub,
there stood the ghostly site of dead
trees, bleached white. "There," Mr.
Wentworth said, "camphor trees
were planted by
those who came
from Louisiana,"
referring to the
people who came
along with Burton-
Swartz for the
logging of the giant,
cypress. These
same dead trees
marked the
location of the
. l homes of Capt.
Hugh McPhail,
who was the head
k. R -of the entire camp,
and a Burton-
Swartz man
originally, B.S.
' Dickman, the man
who w.s


towns which sprung up :-
in many sections of the
country lasted as long "
as the supply of timber
was adequate. When
that was exhausted,
they picked up and Burton-Swartz Cypress Company All through the years of its existence this mill
moved on. But, in this was the pride of the county. It was the largest cypress mill in the world and many came
area of the state, the this way just to view it in production. Cypress timber as shown above was harvested
supply was vast and the along the coast and shipped to the Burton-Swartz mill through Carbur.


camps were truly
towns. In place of being transient,
there was an air of permanency to
it.
Here at one time, over a
thousand men labored to bring in
the huge virgin pine trees and the
great Red Tidewater and black and
white cypress that had taken
hundreds of years to grow. But the
memory and tales of the size of
some of those giants are still told
and the memories of life in what
was reported to have been the
largest logging operation in the
world at that time are told and
retold by the few left in the area
who were in on the beginning, by
those who went there later, others
who grew up there or were born
there. Information gleaned from
many of these people is the source
for this brief retelling of the story
of Carbur. There is more, much
More that could be included --and


was once the principal of the
school at Carbur and is a real
historian of the county, and ,George
Reddick, an 87-year-Old'man. wtnh
a keen memory who went there
right after it started as the master
mechanic. It was a 45-year-old
memory for Reddick as he walked
into one field, overgrown with
weeds and shrubs, to gaze at the
old spot where the machinist shop
had stood, just across the way from
the roundhouse. Here some of the
14 locomotives once chugged in
and out as they traveled over
hundreds of miles of tram and spur
lines to reach the trees and bring
the cut logs back into the main
station. For this was for the most
part railroad logging, with
occasional use of mules, horse and
oxen.
As we rode along, each man
recalled such and such a building


THE PERRY KNIGHT REINSTATED
NEWS-HERALD BY BOARD
The Board of Trustees of
January 14, 1971 Doctors' Memorial Hospital held a
special meeting at which they


SP r January 13-14, 2006


News-Herald
P.O. Box 888 123 S. Jefferson Street
Perry, Florida (850).584-5513

DONALD D. LINCOLN
Publisher
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Business Manager Managing Editor
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have said that it took nearly a day
to make the trip on the dirt road in
.a horse-. d buggy. Pavy, road
work as done b) the-'convicts-
from the Salem Camp. They hoed
out the right of way and used
shovels and scoops drawn by
mules to construct the road.
The two men, Alton Wentworth
and George Reddick, both pointed
out the spot where the post office
stood. Also the business office and
theatre. To the left they said, was
the location of the Carbur
Mercantile Company that supplied
the entire community and
surrounding areas with general
merchandise. They spoke of the
barber shop, the dry cleaners, the
depot, the doctor's office and a
huge hotel with the nearby "Bull
Pen" or rooms for the bachelors.
On the other hand, another type of
shop not listed as being located at


unanimously reversed their earlier
ruling, suspending the hospital
privileges of Dr. Marion B. Knight,
a local gynecologist/obstetrician,
and restored him to full
membership as a member of the
hospital staff.
After the vote to reinstate
Knight, his attorney then presented
a letter of resignation to the board
and it was accepted by unanimous
vote.

BUCKEYE WATER PROJECT
DELAYED BY LEAK
"Disappointing but not serious."
Those were the terms used in
describing a problem which
developed in the start-up of the
final phase of a water improvement
program at the Buckeye Cellulose
Corporation's plant at Foley.
Plant Manager K. A.
Zachariasen said that during a
routine inspection of the newly
filled aeration lagoon, it was
discovered that a fault had
developed near the base of the
dike. As a safety precaution, it was
decided the water level in the
lagoon should be lowered for
complete inspection and repair of
the dike area.

TIRES SLASHED AT
THREE STORES
Local police and sheriff's
officers were investigating a case
of wholesale vandalism, which
resulted in the wanton destruction
of approximately $2,400 worth of


considered a man
wizard as he
totaled up the daily
payroll with a
computer (he used
his head), and Tom
Johnson, who was
at one time the
manager of the
mercantile store.
-- nee t-0 I


These same trees
are another legacy of the Burton-
Swartz days for they were planted
around the show-place mill which
went into operation in 1913 in
Perry. Today, the mill's office and
plant remain--the latter much
changed from the old days. But the
handsome office with columns that
H.E. Lauland, a former employee
of the company says came from a
fine hotel in New York, remains
unchanged outwardly. Many of the
planted camphor trees are still
found in Perry.
Farther down the road,
Wentworth said, "There were two
other little settlements--
subdivisions as it were--one was
called White City and the other,
Palmetto Heights, but down at the
end of the old Dixie Highway was
the town of Winchester--and its life
was closely tied in with Carbur--in
all activities." (To be continued)


tires on cars parked at three local
business establishments.
Hardest hit was Peacock
Chevrolet-Olds Company, where a
total of 44 tires were slashed by the
nocturnal prowlers. Tires destroyed
were all on vehicles parked at the
rear of the 'company's main
building.
The vandals also cut 13 tires at
Taylor County Motors and eight at
the Sears store on Jefferson street.

PANEBIANCO ELECTED
BOARD CHAIRMAN
On a motion by A. L. McLeod,
seconded by Willie J. Wilder at the
latest Taylor County School Board
meeting, Helen N. Panebianco was
elected chairman.

HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT
PROPOSES DRESS CODE
CHANGES
John Karns, a Taylor County
High School student, who said he
had been told to have his hair cut
so he could continue attending
school, appeared before the school
board to protest the ruling and to
propose changes in the school's
dress code.
The changes proposed by Karns
would allow boys to wear long
sideburns and mustaches, and to
wear their hair at shoulder length.
The board said they would not
consider a change of the code, and
that they "felt the wearing of long
hair by boys was a sign of protest
and could lead to dissension."


-veli inv memory
... W ..ii:-. ...


of Faith" by R.C. Balfour Ill.


--


I


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.
Dr. S.A. Wilcox
?-1887
Dr. S.A. Wilcox was one,of the early doctors of Taylor County. He
married Miss Milley Humphrey and they were the parents of:
Moulton (Williams), Ida (Simmons), Mary (Fife), Ella (Putnal), Will
and Boss.
He had served in the Confederate Army during the War Between the
States. Besides being active in the practice of medicine, he was active
2.<, and deeply interested in all the
problems of a new county. He
S ser' ed as deputy clerk of court,
U represented Taylor County in the
state Legislature in the 1883
session, became county school
superintendent in 1887 and had
served about 90 days in that
office at the time of his demise.
He was a loyal member of the
S Methodist Church at Pisgah and
-served as Sunday School
superintendent. The minutes of
the church conference held early
in 1881 contain this entry: "The
motion is carried that the names
of Dr S.A. Wilcox and S.W. Fife
........be certified to the quarterly
f .. conference as proper persons to
be licensed to exhort,"
NMNlany descendants of this
good and useful man still
perpetuate his influence in
Taylor County. The names of
those kinsman who bear this,
contribution can be gathered
"from noting the names of those
whom his daughters married
(listed above). He was buried in
the Wilcox Cemetery which is
on west Wilcox Street within the
Dr. S.A. Wilcox Perry city limits.

W.M. Roberts
1882-1953
William "Bill'" Roberts wa.< S native of Hamilton County _andbhe
married Miss Phydeller Head, who was the daughter of Jud Head, a
former sheriff of Taylor County. They were the parents of Mattie
(Newell), Adrian, Beady (Parker), Edith (Freeman), Fannie (Hatcher),
Thelma (Newsome) and Joyce (Hendry).
For the major portion of his career, Mr. Roberts was employed by -
Weaver-Loughridge Lumber Company. He operated a farm for them
much of the time and later was connected with the sawmill at Boyd
for many years.
Two other important aspects of his life were: (1) For many years, he
served as a member of the school board. Only three members
comprised the board at that time
and the members also served at a -
sacrifice since they had not begun
to pay salaries' He is due much .
credit for his forward looking
decisions and also this being (the)
time before the state participated
in financing schools, acute '" 4
decisions had to be made to insure g
nine months of school sessions.
(2) He was an elder in the
Primitive Baptist Church and he
ministered to these churches
during his career: Sharon, Rocky
Ford, Blue Springs and Shiloh. He
was the moderator for the San
Pedro Association at the time of W.M. Roberts
his death.

Dr. J.L. Weeks
1877-1951
Dr. James Louie Weeks was a native of South Carolina. He married
Miss Rie Porter, who came to Perry from Live Oak, and they were the
parents of two sons: Felder and
James.
Dr. Weeks came to Perry early
in the 1900s soon after he had
finished his medical college
career.
":..' For many years, he
*'" '. #.;. .."^ maintained offices upstairs in
Sthe Bloodworth building on the
.- '* corner. .
"o:'. He enlisted in the Army
..... Medical Corps in World War I.
..'". After his discharge from the
.,' ,. Army, he came back to Perry
-,.- .. S and was a "general practice"
..--w physician until his retirement.
S ,.'" .. He is not only memorialized
-.^.. by a plaque installed at Doctors
s. ,:.v.; : ..... Memorial Hospital, but his name
*" '" .' .... *^ ,also is memorialized through his
.. '." <"' .. "'*y son, Felder Weeks, as the
: : ''-,i ^ architect who designed the
,.... .. -..: ;,. .. beautiful high school building
"" ".'* '" .... Perry. This is indicated on a
plaque at Taylor County High
Dr. J.L. Weeks School.



The Taylor County Historical Society has a variety of
publications available for purchase. Among their
selections are volumes 1-16 of the "They Were Here"
series, as well as copies of the books "In Search of the
Aucilla" and "Fishing for the Abundant Life, A Journey


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Mail your name, address and a check for
$35 (in county) or $49 (out of county) to
P.O. Box 888, Perry, FL 32348


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B-4 Perry News-Herald January 13-14, 2006


Small ads...big deals!!


Yard Sale- Saturday 7-? 2634 Slaughter
Rd. First double wide on right past Hwy.
Patrol station, Look for signs. Lots of odds
and ends, Toddler clothes, baby items,
camouflage and much more.
1/13 '
Estate Sale! Fridge, dinette set, washer,
dryer. Household items. Tools, tools, and
more tools! Lg. air compressor. 119
O'quinn Rd. (off Old Dixie) Saturday 14th
from 8:30-4:00
1/13
Yard Sale! 304 E, Drew St, Saturday Jan.
14, 8:30-until. Some antiques &
collectibles, clothes, household items.
1/13
Yard Sale Saturday 8 am-12 at Keaton
Beach, 7th house on right past Keaton
Beach Marina. Christmas & Country
items, antique vanity dresser and much
more!
1/13
Saturday 14 YARD SALE 9 AM- 4 PM
3170 Nolan Grubbs Rd. off McDaniel .
Different items have been added. More
tools! Quilts will be available. Ladies from
Spring Warrior Call 584-5772. Cancel if.
rains.
1/13
YARD. SALE! FRIDAY & SATURDAY!140
Regina (off Pine Tree Rd.) 9 AM-6 PM.
Disney movies-$3-$5. Perfume (AVON) $5,
dishes, new men's jackets. or Call 838-
AVON(2866)
1/06
HUGE GARAGE SALE! All kinds of items
BJ & DeeDee have cleaned out closets &
shed plus they have their Avon less than
1/2 price Saturday the 14th All Day at
Kee's portable Buldings. on Us 19 Sth.
Across from the Hampton Inn. Anyone who
wishes to make extra money by selling
Avon they will be signing up people for a
low start-up cost of $10.
1/13


250 watts Tech Wood Stereo Sy
disc CD changer, 2 cassette,
radio. 2-15" speakers with mids
Cherry wood finish and black ca
.$400. Call 223-2406 leave messa
01/04-01/27
I will sell your items on EBay. L
Call Kyle at 850-584-4976
- 12/30-01/27KJ

For Sale: Nextel 3 watt cell phon
with power cord. $150 firm 843-12
1/11tfnRK
CHAIR/ LOVE SEAT/ SOFA-$6h
Micro fiber upholstery, hardwood
warranty, unopened. 850-545-711
12/7tfnGCN
For Sale- Like new Fireplac
Comes with piping for the house
x 33" high x 21" deep. Comple
Call Mark at South House! 850-58
12/14tfnSH

$275 BRAND NEW KING PILL
SET Factory sealed w/warra
deliver. 850-545-7112
12/7tfnGCN

DINING, A CHARMING NEW
w/in lay, ball & claw feet, lea
chairs,-4 side chairs, hutch/buff
sug, list, sacrifice $t900: 850-222
12/7tfnGCN
DINING ROOM- Brand new chi
w/leaf, 6 chairs & lighted china
Still boxed. $900. Can deliver.
9879
12/7tfnGCN

I'LL CLEAN YOUR HOUSE!
for competitive rates call Viol
843-1112
12/21-01/13

BED-DOUBLE QUEEN PILLt
SET New in plastic with warrant
can deliver. 850-425-8374
12/7tfnGCN


Bedroom- ALL NEW 7 PC set: All
dovetailed, all wood-still boxed. Retail
$4K. must sell $1500, can deliver. 850-
222-2113.
12/7tfnGCN
FOR SALE- Cherry Dining room suite-
table 6 chairs/ china cabinet- Cherry in
color. $600. Call Mark. 850-584-6021
12/14tfnSH
MATTRESS- New full set in plastic with
warranty, $120. 850-222-9879
12/7tfnGCN


For Sale: 3 bed room, 1 bath house in
town, with in-ground pool & pool house.
Located on 3 lots, minutes from schools.
Call 584-8275 for apt. Asking $80K
01/04-02/1

Land for sale, 221 between Shiloh Church
Rd. and Cairo Parker Rd. 1 acre lots with
paved roads. Owner financing available.
Please call (386) 658-1346 or (850) 584-
7466.
tfEF


VEGGIES TO YOUR DOOR!
Fresh-Pidked, blanched, flash frozen, shelled zippers,
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
352-498-2580


Leather Sofa, Love seat & Chair still
wrapped: Retail $3400, sell brand new with
warranty- $1250. 850-425-8374
12/7tfnGCN

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
Fontana Dining Room Suite from Broyhill,
6 chairs (1 captain/5 sides/table/China
hutch/ buffet) Brand new! Reg, price
$2499.99 for all- Now on Special-$950 For
Alll!! Call-Mark at South House 584-6021
01/06tfnSH
For Sale: 4 Love 'Seats (new) Reg.
$799.99. Now $150 must move these out,
Call Mark at 584-6021.
01/06tfnSH

For Sale: Antique Secretary Cherry Finish
a steal at $250. Buy it now at South
House. Call Mark 584-6021.
01/06tfnSH


3 BR/ 2 bath Central heat/air next to
Laundry Hwy. 98W. $500 month, plus $200
deposit. NO DOGS. City water, gas,
garbage. Call 584-7884
1/13tfnBW
FOR RENT: Efficiency garage apartment
in Steinhatchee. One block north of
Fiddlers Restaurant. $250 a month plus
utilities. Security deposit required. Call
Pam at (352)498-7770 or (423)870-5072.
1/11-1/20


For Rent: small furnished sleeping room
Z and apartment for rent. Available Nov. 2.
$90 per week, $150 deposit, phone
available. 838-1524 (pin #77)
10/26tfWNB
'stem. 5 Southern Villas of Perry!!
& highs. New Management!!
boe htgx HUD Vouchers accepted. 1 and 2 bedroom
rpet box. HO and non-HC accessible apartments,
age. Call 850-584-8111. TDD/TTY 711. 315
Puckett Rd. Perry, FL 32347. Equal
owfees. Housing Opportunity.
ow fees tfSV
2 BR 2 B 28x44 MOBILE HOME
Set up in Everetts Mobile Home Park Rent
e booster $480 per month $200 deposit water, sewer
34 & garbage included in rent. Application &
references required. Call Monday-
Wednesday 9 AM- 5 PM,
50 NEW 12/28tfn
d frame &
2 For Rent- 3 bedroom block house 1 bath
central heat/air. Near shopping Center in
town, Will accept small family HUD
,e insert, certificate. $560 month and last month to
.33" wide occupy. Appointment only. No pets! 223-
'te ($300) 3227
84-6021 01/04-01/27LK
2 ACRES ON JODY MORGAN NICELY
WOODED FOR RENT! BRING YOUR
OW TOP MOBILE HOME OR RV. WILL
nty. Can LANDSCAPE TO YOUR DESIRE.
PUBLIC BOAT RAMP,& KEATON
BEACH VERY CLOSE! FLEXIBLE
TERMS. CALL ANYTIME! 305-632-5822
oak table OR 305-866-0460.
if, 2 arm
et. $4500
212113. Large 3 BR 2 bath home on 2 acres $500
month. 859-585-8145
1/6-1/13
jerry table
a cabinet. Woodridge Aoartments!!
850-222- Looking for applicants! Apply how for 1, 2
and 3 bedroom apartments. Equal Housing
Opportunity. Call 850-584-5668. 709 W.
Church St., Perry, FL 32347. TDD/TTY
711.
et at(850) tfWA
For Rent- 3 bedroom block house 1 bath
central heat/air. Near shopping center in
OW TOP town. Will accept small family HUD
nty. $165, certificate. $560 month and last month to
occupy. Appointment only. No pets! 223-
3227
12/14-12/30


For Sale: 3 bed room, 1 bath house in
town, with in-ground pool & pool house.
Located on 3 lots, minutes from schools.
Call 584-8725 for apt. Asking $80K
01/04-01/27
-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




For Sale: 1999 Riverview 16x80 mobile
home on 1 acre lot. 3 bed/2 bath. $68,000,
850-0552 or 850-627-3055.
1/13-2/24
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.
11/4UH
DISCOUNTED MODELS. Only 2 homes
left. Must go! Save $$$$$$ Call today!
850-576-2106
11/4UH
NEW HOME-1370 Sq. Ft. 4 bedroom, 2
bath for under $475/month payments.
University Homes-850-576-2106
11/4UH
5 BEDROOM! 3 Baths plenty of room. Buy
for under $550 a month. 850-576-2105
11/4UH ,


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Need reliable and trustworthy person to
care-for elderly man with dementia. Must
,be able bodied & responsible have
references and transportation. Prefer CNA
or someone with experience in dementia
care. Excellent starting salary. Call 584-
6476 if interested. Leave message,
1/13-1/18

TAYLOR COUNTY BCC POSITION
VACANCIES
System Administrator- Salary range:
$36,504-$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; and children's
programming duties.
Roll Off Attendant Call in only= may
include weekend or evening work $6.49/hr.
Substitutes at county solid waste
collection sites to .insure proper
procedures are followed.
Kennel Tech- (temporary: approximately
Jan.- March) $6,49/hr, = Primarily clerical
work,
Utilities Mechanic- $8.86 hr. Processing
recycle materials for marketing plus some
mechanical and maintenancework.
Road Mte. Tech- $8.04/hr.
Entire job description, requirements and
application gan 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.
1/13tfnBCC


Help Wanted Badcock and More Set up
and delivery. Must be 21 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

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
401 (k) Retirement & Profit Sharing.Plan.
Qualified applicants should send resume
to H.R. Manager, P.O. Box 3329, Albany,
GA 31706 or email resume to
hrmanager@flintholdings.com,
10/12tfFE


Staff RN,
Dialysis experience preferred,
but will train.
We offer mlly untiqu1 benefit.
enjoyed ONLY by DaVita tearinates.
Sunimiti Or Build Your.Resume (ri,i.,, .:
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or Contact: Kalhilc .iJoihnsn(iCu'd i ila.i')om
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Get A Job!ll
Its 2006 and time for you to do what mom
and dad says, except this is going to be
fun! We are hiring 18-20 girls and guys to
Work and Travel all major cities and resort
,areas! Earn $300-700. wk. No experience
needed. We train! Oh yeah, your
transportation & lodging is provided too!
Sounds pretty cool huh? That's because it
is! Free to travel, and free to start now!
PICK UP THE PHONE, CALL 1-800-701-1442.
parents welcome @ interviews
01/4,6,11,13
The Florida Department of transportation
has a vacancy in Taylor County:
Position Number: 55004461 Broad Band
Title: Highway Maintenance Workers in
Level 3 Working Title: Highway
Maintenance Supervisor II Closing Date:
January 17, 2006 For more information
concerning job description and
requirements and to apply on-line go to:
https://peoplefirst,myflorida.com/logon.htm
or call 877-562-7287. EOE/AA, Drug Free
Workplace.
1/11-13

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

Aucilla Christian -Academy is currently
accepting applications for a bus driver
position. Must have (or be willing to obtain)
a CDL class B with P and S
endorsements. Also, must be a positive,
Christian role model. For more information
or to apply, please contact the school at
997-3597.
01/11-01/13


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
12/21tfnSR
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 i.,ing 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, Inc.
P.O. Box 20910
Tallahassee, FL 32316
Fax 413-0395
12/28tfn
A Behavioral Health Care Centeris
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 EQUIVALENT
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 Screen & FDLE background
check
AN Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
Employer
Drl. Free '.ori pi.:e
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Low Cost Pet Vaccinations!
Saturday, January 14 from 12 noon-2 PM
at Country Time Feed in Perry. Dog, Cat
and horse vaccination specials. Heart
worm test & Coggins. Heart worm and flea,
prevention available. Pick up your flyer
today at Country Time Feed.
1/13
AKC Registered Cocker Spaniel puppies
$350. Call Leah 584-3448(day) or 672-
0063(nights)
1/13-25
Vor Sale 1 beautiful red and white male
Basset Hound puppy. Registered. Call
838-1208.
11/13




Sitting Model needed for art studio. Call
850-584-9356.
1/11-11/20
Wanted dead or alive; Junk cars, trucks, :
tractors, etc. Will buy, sell & trade 4x4 &
truck parts. S*M*A*S*H Towing, 386-688-,
3999.
10/5tfS

Wanted Old Appliances!
If your getting a new appliance because
yours has bit the dust give me a call I'll
come and pick up the old appliance to get
it out of your way. Washers, dryers,
freezers and stoves. Call 843-0356
1/11-1/20

WANTED TO BUY: guns Winchester,
Browning & Remington. Call 386-804-7716
01/06-01/25


For Sale-1974 Bronco- Runs great/ new
brakes/ needs some body work- Great
Hunting vehicle Sale at $2800.00 Call .
Mark 850-584-6021.
12/14tfnSH
FOR SALE-1992 Silverado Z-7 i extended
cab 134k miles $4,000.00
Call 584-3172
01/06-01/20

'88' Mazda B-2600 4-wheel drive $700
negotiable. 223-3118 or 843-3118.
1/11/06


The Handyman experts, honest work!
Affordable, professional, licensed and
insured. Specializing in house painting,
interior, etc., mobile home repairs, 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
A-2-ZFarm and Lawn Services
Harrowing, bush hog mowing, dirt leveling,
rake work and complete lawn services,
Call 584-6737, leave message.
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
House Cleaning Services
Any type of house cleaning and more- free
estimates Call anytime-850-584-9616
01/01-01/27

TREE REMOVAL, STUMP GRINDING
Free Estimates, Bucket Truck Available,
will clean off hquse roofs. Licensed &
Insured. Call John (Sesock), (850) 584-
2027 or (850) 591-8301.
01/04-01/27


CARPET & VINYL
Installation and repairs done at a good
price. No overhead. Direct savings to you
30 years experience. 850-838-9050.
Please leave message:
01/04tfnBR

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

A+ Blanco Home Cleaning Service. (850)
672-1298, Letty Blanco, Licensed &
Insured.
10/5tfBCS
20 year experience, stump grinding; tree
trimming, palm trees done professionally.
Call John at 850-672-0290
12/21-1/13


TREE CAPITAL

CLEANING

UPHOLSTERY .
:& CARPET
CLEANING
Dries in 3-4 hours
584-CLEAN 3
(584.2532)




Notice of Public Hearing
Notice is hereby given, that the Taylor
County Board of County Commissioners
will hold a public hearing Tuesday, Jan.
24, 2006 at 6:10 PM, To receive public
input regarding The Taylor County
Transportation Disadvantaged program
and review of the 2006 goals. This public
hearing is held per the terms of planning
grant agreement ANQ33 with the Florida
Commission for the transportation
disadvantaged.
The public hearing will be held in the
county commiss,:n -'.y i-.C is .io
Post Office Can.p.i -r 1 -
Perry, Florida All .:
public notice. -, i r
may be obtain-l :. ,.
Grants Coordinci.i i >:, '' i.
Dated this 10th day of January 2006
Board of County Commissioners
Taylor County, Florida
1/13, 1/20

ADVERTISEMENT OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned intends to sell the personal
property described below to enforce a
lien imposed on said property under The
Florida Self Storage Facility Act Statutes
(section 83.801-83.809).
the unaersigned will sell at public sale by
competitive bidding on the 14th day of
January, )2006, at 10:00 a.m.,'on' the
premises where said property has been
stored and which are located at Lock &
Key Mini Storage, 1309 S. Jefferson Street,
Perry, Florida, County of Taylor, State of


WANT TO BUY

Comic Books (collectibles-any year)
Scrap Gold & Gold Silver Dollars


Pocket Watches Diamonds
Postcards Sports Memorabilia
Taylor County Historical Items
Vintage metal toys/wind-up toys


Suthr and(80 ) 584-6021 h@


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RN Needed R L
Director of Nursing, Full-Time Ri8kMa' e


a .Nurses.&C
FUll-Time or Part TIM6

Certified Activity vireCtl
Full-Time


General Maintenance: POSI
Full-Time, Heating &A/C Experience Pf'.


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1-850-584-6334`1'"`.,,
207 Marshall Drive Pertyfl. 323,47
Drug Free Workplace, Equal Opportu.nity.-Em _16'er'


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METAL ,I3' Wide

ROOFING .Galvalume

Full line of 3' Wide
accessories in stock Painted

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B-5 Perry News-Herald January 13-14, 2006


Florida, the following.
Loshowndrae Montgomery, Unit F97,
household goods
Joni Markey, Unit D40, household goods
Billy Williamson, Uni- B2, household goods
Victorio Williars, Unr 817, household
goods
Purchases mus- be paid for oa *he -ime
of purchase in cash or credi/debi- card
only' All purchased uni-s sold Os .s where
are and items mus- be removed and
uni" cleaned a' 'ne -me of sale Sole
subject to cancellation in -he even- of
se--lemen- be-ween owner and
obligaTed party.
Do-ed -his 6-h day of January. 2006
31/06.1 i1 3
Taylor County Board of CounTY'
Commissioners Reques- For
Qualifications Aviation Consultant,
Services Perry Foley Airport, Perry, Florida
The Taylor County Board of County,
Commissioners is inviting professional
aviation consulting firms TO submit
statement of qualifications for providing
the services described below
Submission requirements are as follows.
Ten(10) copies of qualification,
statements must be delivered to: Taylor
County Clerk of Courts at 108 N,
Jefferson Street (PO Box 620), Perry,
Florida 32347 by 4:00 PM, February 6,
2006 local time. Bids will not be
accepted after 4:00 PM local time. The
bids shall be opened at 6:10 PM local
time, February 6, 2006. They shall be
opened in the Taylor County Board of
Commissioners meeting to be held at
Steinhatchee Community Center,
Riverside Drive, Steinhotchee, Florida
during a regularly scheduled Board.
meeting. The proposals should be
submitted in a sealed package and
labeled that the package is being
submitted for Airport Consulting Services
at the Perry Foley Airport.
Qualification statements are limited to a
total of 30 pages, including transmittal
letter, resumes, and all exhibits; but'
excluding divider pages. No table of
contents is required. The statements
must contain the following information
presented in the following order:
1. transmittal letter.
2. Experience in aviation consulting.
Describe relevant experience on similar
projects of the lead firm, as well as any
proposed subconsultants. Clearly state
roles and responsibilities of each firm on
the team, and include an organizational
chart.
3. Staff experience in aviation consulting.
Provide an organizational chart of key
project staffing, individual role and'
responsibility of each person, and
include appropriate or condensed
resumes.
4. Proposed method to achieve
Disadvantaged.Business Enterprise (DBE)
participation goal of 10.97 percent.
5. Proof of professional liability insurance
for the lead firm.
6. References on projects completed
within the past five years.


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Services will be secured in compliance
wiTh Taylor County Board of County
Commissioners policies and
oroceaures, and FAA Advisory Circular
150-5100 14C A ConsulTant Selection
Commi-ee will be established ro review
and evaluate oil qualifica-ion statements
submired A team may be selected
from -he qualifications satoemen-s, or if
deemed necessary, a minimum of
three reams will be invited -o make a
formal presentation. The format and
dao'e of The presenta-ion will be
established o;.;he rime of shor- listing, if
-. oements will be
Sydluo ed and scored by the following
poin-s POINTS
1 'TransmiTol leTter 10
2 Team organization & experience 30
3: Staff organization & experience 40
4, DBE Plan 10
5 Proof of insurance 10
Pursuant to Section 2 13(8) of the City
Charter of the City of Perry, Florida,
notice is hereby given that the City
Council had Introduction and First
Reading on Ordinance No. 816 on
January 10, 2006 in the City Council
Chambers, 224 S. Jefferson Street, Perry,
Florida. The Public Hearing and Final
Reading on Ordinance No, 816 is
scheduled for the City Council Regular
Meeting, on January 24, 2006 at 6:30 p.
m, or as soon thereafter as possible.
Any interested persons may appear
and be heard on the aforementioned
public hearing date, Notice is also
given, pursuant to Florida Statutes
286.0.105 that any person deciding to
appeal any decision of the City Council
with 'respect to any matter considered
at the 'meeting will ned a record of
that meeting and may need to ensure
that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made; which record
includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based.
ORDINANCE NO. 816
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF PERRY,
FLORIDA AMENDING THE CITY OF PERRY
MUNICIPAL POLICE OFFICERSi
RETIREMENT TRUST FUND, ADOPTED
PURSUANT TO ORDINANCE NO 757;
AMENDING SECTION 1, DEFINITIONS, BY
AMENDING THE DEFINITION OF CREDITED
SERVICES; AMENDING SECTION 5,
CONTRIBUTIONS; AMENDING SECTION 6,
BENEFIT AMOUNTS AND ELIGIBILITY;
AMENDING SECTION 8, DISABILITY;
AMENDING SECTION 10, OPTIONAL
FORMS OF BENEFITS; AMENDING SECTION
16,.DISTRIBUTION OF BENEFITS; AMENDING
SECTION 24, DIRECT TRANSFERS OF
ELIGIBLE .ROLLOVER DISTRIBUTIONS;
AMENDING SECTION 28, DEFERRED
RETIREMENT OPTION PLAN; PROVIDING
FOR CODIFICATION; PROVIDING FOR
i- -il.ii OF PROVISIONS; REPEALING
ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT HEREWITH
,-1 Ji -' :' IL-II i-- AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
C:-. :i : 'i Ordinance No. 816 may
be inspected at the Administration
Office of City Hall, 224 S. Jefferson Street,


Perry, Florida between the hours of 8 00
a.m and 5"00 p.m Monday Through
Friday
Rober- A Brown, Jr.
City Manager
Emily Weed KeTring
Mayor
1/13
Notice is nereby given to Lisa Jc
Lockwood unless payment is made on
1989 Ford Thunderbird VIN:
1FAPP6046KH118533 for towing service
on 12/23/05. Vehicle will be auctioned
on The 31st day of January, 2006, oa 10
a.m. or Thomas ChevroleT, 2128 Hwy. 19
S, Perry, FlI.
1/13
100
The Taylor County Board of County
Commissioners reserves the right td
accept or reject any or all responses
without further action. Reference
checks may be used as a "tie-breaker"
in short listing, or used as additional
consideration during the formal interview
and final selection process.
Questions concerning this RFQ must be
submitted in writing to Melody Cox,
Director of Administration, Taylor County
Administrative Complex, 201 East Green
Street, Perry, Florida 32347, All questions
and answers are public information,
Service requested include all
appropriate: General Consulting,
Planning, Environmental, Architectural,
Engineering, Construction Inspection,
Grant Procurement Assistance, Capital
Improvement Program Management
Assistance, Financial Consulting and
other services as required.
The projects) anticipated at the Airport
could consist of: runway and taxiway
improvements, aircraft hangers, apron
improvements, NAVAIDS, airfield lighting,
terminal area development, airside
Improvements, planning and
environmental permitting,
1/13, 1/20

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584-5513


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Bail
Bonds i

Swann Bonding Agency
EARL SWANN BAIL BONDS
"Where Everyday Is Springtime"
107 N 5 4 2757
Jefferson St,. -


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30 years experience


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Reduce your electrical cost...
bring your system up-to-date
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Sat. 10-2, Sun. by appt.


TAYLOR DENTAL CENTER
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Lindalee Clayton, DMD
Jodi Bryson, RDH


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Services include:
Cleaning
Fillings
Extractions


Slide fee program available for those who qualify
Medicaid & Commercial Insurances Accepted
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Phone: (850) 223-2578 Fax: (850) 223-3047


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Residential* Commerical


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Carports &
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In-House Financing


Big Bend Buildings

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Shane & Diane Knowles, owners


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