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April 74-8, 2006



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Veterans
Appreciation Day
picnic planned
this Saturday
Woodmen of the World Lodges 460
and 879 will host a Veterans
Appreciation Day picnic and
ceremony Saturday. April 8, from
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. *
The picnic will be held at Veterans
Park (adjacent to the City Duck
Pond).
"We hope you can join us as we
salute our veterans tor the sacrifices
and dedication that they gave for our
freedoms;" organizers said.
All members, friends and guests
are.invited to aelend,

Bloodmobile
here April 12
Residents of Taylor County are
-encouraged to donate blood
Wednesday, April 12.
The Southeastern Community
Blood Center bloodmobile will be at
First United Methodist Church from
2-7 p.m.
To schedule an appointment,
contact Billle Wallis at 584-3206,
Anyone who is healthy, at least
17 years old and weighs 110 pounds
may donate blood. Donors must eat
and drink plenty of non-caffeinated
beverages prior to donating blood.
One donation has the potential to
save three lives, Wallis reminded

Community
yard is Saturday
The monthly Sons of AMVETS
Community Yard Sale will be this
Saturday, April 8
The yard sale, which will run from
7 a.m. until 2 p.m, is located at 2499
Woods Creek Rd.
Spaces are available for a $5
donation each (a six-foot table will be
provided for each space)
Walk-ins are welcome as space is
available.
To reserve a space, call Mark Viora
at 584-5513 or 584-8807 after
5p.m.).


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Bench
donations
Volunteers with Veterans
Memorial Park are
continuing to receive
donations from local
businesses. Shown above are
(from I to r) Mel Cribbs,
Art Cribbs, Geraldine
Cribbs and Jimmy Persons
giving a check to Ed
Sheffield for a bench in
honor of A. L. Cribbs. ShoWn
left, Michael Hodge hands a
check on behalf of RDS
Manufacturing and Roberts
Lumber for a bench donation
in honor of Felix Hodge.
The community's continued
support of the park is very.
much appreciated, Sheffield
said.


Although it has no authority in
the process or outcome, the City
.Council will petition the Georgia
& Florida Railway to, by-pass
downtown Perry as it prepares a
plan to address, the increased train
traffic required by -the coming
coal-fired power plant. ,
The council will consider a draft
resolution stating that request at its
upcoming Tuesday meeting, April
11.
"Taylor Energy Center (TEC)
has. been open to exploring
options, but the I railroad
representative himself wasn't very
helpful. We had even asked if they
(the trains) could come through at
night or when downtown
businesses were closed--which
would have been a 12-16 hour
window--and they basically told us
that, 'no' they couldn't do that and
wouldn't even attempt to 1do
that...they said they would head for
Perry whenever the cars hit their
yard." City Manager Bob Browni
said. ,
"All the options we've seen to
date would really put a burden on
the city. They would be a hardship
on the merchants downtown and
would destroy any aesthetics of the
downtown area," he continued.
Brown was part of a municipal
group which met with the Georgia
& Florida Railway and TEC
representatives to discuss the'
potential options regarding the


railroad.
"They came to the ci
had some concerns,
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Could the old Doctors':
Memorial Hospital building
become a new nursing home to
serve U.S, veterans? A new
committee was formed at
Mondayy, count%, commission
meeting to answer that question.
Two weeks ago, while
discussing the old hospital,
Commissioner Jack Brown said he
had been approached by several
Veterans about the possibility of
using the facility for a veterans'
nursing home.
Commissioner Malcolm Page
said Veterans Services Officer Joe
"* Please see page 3


For Lance, Inc.


County approves tax incentive package


The TaJ\ Ilor Counti Con-miission
ha,, approved additional ta\
incentt es in an attempt to attract a
$7.75 million expansion bh Lance,
Inc.. to the Perr, Tom s Food plant.
In an ordinance pas-ed
unanirmousl\ at N[Monda\ night s
meeting. commissioners agreed to
a ta\ exemption of 50 percent on
ne. tia\ revenue resulung from the
e\.parnsion. up to %36.11 .ii annuall',
The e\enption is set to begin v. th
the tirt \ear that ne '.
iniprot. emients iare added to the ta\
roll, and ,Aould last i0 *earsj
This e. would not aflfct the tai\es
paid on the e.imting facilities at the
plant.


According to Ta'lor Count\
Economic De'eloper Rick Breer.
Lance is looking to make the
e\panri.on here o'r at one of its_
tacilities in Coisicana. Texa.\
Lance has committed that it die
e pensionn comes here. it wouldd
result in a mininmim of 52 jobts'. he
'aid.
Breer also announced .it
KMonda s nieeting that the tiate has'
approved Lances applicanon toi
participaion in the Qu.-alit TaiLet
Indusit', IQTI i T -- Refund
program.
The commission passed a
resolution in Februiar, supporiingi
L.ince s application.


This is Florida s major incenu\ e
in attracting certain industries,"
Breer said
In a rural counts, the QTI
program ainounts to $(.,000 per job
created, paid x8 percent by the
state and 20 percent locally.
The incentn e v. would be a one-
time monetary incent'ie--$-4,S'00
h\ the state and $1.200 local\ per
job--paid out o\er fi'e ears for a
total of $312.00)0i. The count'O
portion ot that v.ould be $62 4010
In a letter to Blake Thompson.
i'ce president of Lance. Dr.
Pamella J. Dana. director of the
Office of Tourism. Trade and
Economic De\ elopment. -said.


18 teams 'ready to Relay!'


Nearly 21i0 team member '.,.ill
report for duil\ at the Ta\ l,,r
Countt, Hich SchP._ol iiack tonight
SFrida\ i o do their part in the fight
again' t cancer.
The eiLlhtli aniiinal Rela\ for Lite
v ill openi at 6 p m. it h a special
rihi.tie to cancer or' ',or,,--.,. h,-
v. ill lead off the ii hts '\ victor'
Lap


\olunteers fiom 1' teams r 'ill Perrindlse team. Logging for a
min concession ibooth-. auction Cure. Ta lor Count\ Elementar\
anld riore dtiing the Isl hio:uis of School, Kmiants. Buckeie. the Red
tc-tmiine v which raise none ti':,. IHt Societ', Emergenc\ Medical
benetit the American Cancer Ser.ices. Fellowship of Chrisiian
Soctet',. Athlete ,and Little Women
Partiicipain L teain include Fiist This ,ear's fund-imising goal is
uit-ined \lethodi. t Cliuich, St. 1i.,7ii.n) .
Jamiies, the Ta', i'r C'ouniI\ Heilith Clo:sine ceremonies for the e\ent
Deparinmerit. the Caih-lic .. ill be held at noon. Saturday .


"Enterprise Florida, Inc., (EFI)
found that the tax refund would
help induce the creation of 52 new.
jobs paying an average wage of
$21,840 within Florida's targeted
industry--food and beverage
products manufacturing. EFI also
found this incentive is necessary
for Lance to expand its food
manufacturing facility project in
Taylor County."


The state also approved Lance
for a Brownfield Bonus of $2,500:
per new job for a total of $130,000
over five years.
"Taylor County requested and
received a waiver for local
financial support for the
Brownfield portion of the project,"
Dana said.
".* Please see page 3



Ball seeks office


of county judges


Local attorney Angela M. Ball
has announced her intention to
seek the office of county judge
in Taylor County.


Driver flees Steinhatchee crash


Law entorcemeni otticers are
looking for the person who
wrecked a Chevrolet during the
early morning hours of Thursday in
Steinhatchee, then fled on foot.
According to a report released
by Florida Highway Patrol Trp.
Manuel Smyrnios, the vehicle was
northbound on 2nd Street when it
merged right off the roadway and
struck a street sign with its right


side.
The vehicle continued on its path
and struck three concrete posts and
a palm tree, head-on, before
/ dropping off an eight-foot
embankment.
The vehicle then rolled down the
embankment, overturning one full
time. The driver fled the scene on
foot.


a.m., according Lu Smyrnios, and
was called in by a local citizen
after daylight.
Law enforcement officers are
asking anyone with information on
the whereabouts of the driver, to
please call Taylor County Sheriffs
Office at 584-4225 or dispatch at
584-2429.
All calls may remain


Angela M. Ball


Ball has practiced law in Perry
since 1989 when she started her
career as an assistant state
attorney prosecuting crimes in
the Third Judicial Circuit.
In 1991, she opened her law
office and has represented
clients for the past 15 years. She
has experience in the areas of-
general practice, family law,
adoption, bankruptcy and
various other areas of client
representation.
She previously served as an
assistant public defender,
defending indigent clients in-'-.-
Taylor, Madison pnd Dixie'"'-
counties. Ball has served as the
attorney for the Taylor County
School Board since 1994 and
has represented the Town
Council of the Town of Mayo
since 1994.
Ball is married to William M.
Denting and they have four
children: Clark, 15; Dylan, 15;
Santina, I1; and Jack, 6.


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April 7-8, 2006


In an emergency



Who do you call?


By CHARLES SADLER
Staff writer
Someone breaks into your home
and you need help...who do you
call?
You're driving down a lonely
road and suddenly chest -pains
force you to the side of the
road...who do you call?'
There are thousands of scenarios
that could happen in everyday life
in which law enforcement or
emergency services would be
needed, and there's- one person
between you and help...the law'
enforcement dispatcher.
And to clarify...they are not 911
operators or 911 dispatchers...they
are law enforcement dispatchers.
According to Perry Police
Department Chief Wayne Putnal,
PPD and Taylor- County Sheriffs
Office had 24-hour dispatchers
before the 911 system was
implemented.
"We have the only" 24-hour
dispatchers in the county, and they-
happen to answer all the incoming


TAX INCENTIVE
Continued from page 1
Therefore, Lance will only be
eligible for the state's portion of 80
percent--$2,000 per job for a total
of ,$104,000 over five years.
"We're in a competitive situation
with one of their locations in
Corsicana,, Texas, and we want
those jobs in Florida, not Texas,"
Breer said.
"Texas is also offering
incentives."
Breei said he expects a decision
on the part of Lance "in a very
short time frame."
Lance bought Tom's Food last


911 calls as part of their job,"
Putnal said.
Communications supervisor Lt.
Francis Toliver said that every call
is different.
"You have to quickly assess
every call," she said. "For example,
if someone is having a heart attack,
they need Doctors' Memorial
Hospital Emergency Medical
, Services. But if they are having a
drug-induced heart attack, an'
officer is also needed at the scene."
Law enforcement dispatchers
network calls, between all officers
in the police department and.
sheriffs office, routing officers to,
designations, retrieving
information required by officers at
crime scenes and directing the
information to them.
"They are the cogs which turn
the wheels of our operations," said
TCSO Sheriff L. E. 'Bummy"
Williams, "and the first lifeline for
the public who calls for help."
Toliver, along with'
S911 Coordinator & Assistant


October in a $37.9 million deal.
Tom's filed, for Chapter 11
bankruptcy earlier in 2005, but
efforts to reorganize the company
fell apart last summer due to higher
fuel costs and' disruption of key
Gulf Coast markets by Hurricane
Katrina. company officials said.
I The Perry plant, which
celebrates 25 'years of operation
this year, employs about 75
people.
Lance, based in.Charlotte, N.C.,
employs about'4,500 people with
manufacturing facilities in
Charlotte; Burlington, Iowa;
Hyannis, Mass.; and Ontario,
Canada.


Communications Supervisor Ken
Dalton reminisced about calls they
have fielded.
"We have important calls all day,
every day," said Dalton, "but we
have the strange and unusual calls,
too.
"Once, we had a woman who
called long distance. She and her
husband had stopped at a local fast-
food restaurant and she had left her
dentures there. She wanted us to go
hunt through their trash, looking
for her false teeth," he added.
Toliver said sometimes people
will call and ask for directions to a
yard sale because they don't know
where a particular address is.
"Right now, the only bizarre
calls we've been receiving are from
people in the Tidewater
Apartfnents area, who report
seeing a panther," she said. "We've
had several calls about that." '
Toliver and Dalton both agree
that the worst calls, are prank
calls.
"People don't seem to understand
that it is illegal, to -make a false or
prank call to dispatch," Toliver
said. ""It seems as though the
number of hang-ups or prank calls
really increase as soon as school
gets out for the summer.
Sometimes we have, had as many
as 300 in one week."
' "That's right," said Dalton. "And
when we receive a call, such as a
hang-up, and we reverse' the call
and call back and they don't
answer, then we have to send an
officer to that address because we
don't know if someone is being
held at gunpoint, or had .a heart
attack and are unable to complete
the call or what..
"That's taking an officer off the
street and away from their post to
answer a prank call,"' he
added.
Toliver speaks highly of the staff
working with her.
"'* Please see page 8


Law enforcement dispatchers -gathered for a "once-in-a-lifetime" photo recently after a
early morning staff meeting. They all agreed that "every day is an experience," in the TCSQ
communications room, taking calls from burglaries to wrecks to tag numbers to panther
sightings.


Veterans fill committee eyeing


development of nursing home

OLD DMH inclusion of support buildings Hamilton and Suwannee counties.
Continued from page 1 would add an additional $677,060. It was suggested that Brown,.
Since' then, several steps have who is retired from the military, be&
Collins has talked to him about the' been taken to prepare the hospital on the new committee. Other'
proposal. for sale, including a site survey and individuals added were the
"I prefer this as our first option," requests to the City of Perry to commanders of the three veterans
Page said. close several roads that intersect groups in Taylor County, along'
It was the consensus of the board the property. with former JROTC instructors
to look into the idea, even though At Monday's meeting, county Sgt. Major Charles Sessions and'
they are preparing to sell the: staff, recommended forming a Col. David' Ammons. Clharlie
building. committee to look into the Ward, who was maintenance?
Commissioners agreed in May to possibility of using the facilii tfor director at the old lihospital. was,
sell the complex after hearing a a veterans' home. added as well due to his knowledge
report on the costs associated with County Grants Coordinator of the building. Collins will serve
renovating the old hospital' Melody Cox, in a memorandum to as support staff.
building. commissioners, said, "Joe Collins According to commissioners this
The projected cost for a nearly has been busy gathering Would be a federal facility andc
complete removal of systems information and is already getting a could result in up to 100-125 jobs.'
(mechanic, electrical, plumbing lot of regional support." In a unanimous vote, thev
and medical gas) as well as Commissioners were given approved the committee as
demolition of most of the interior copies of letters declaring support discussed, but made it clear, that
and remodeling for new business for the proposal from the veteran they wanted a set timetable on thd
occupancy was $3,443,088. The service officers of Jefferson, talks.


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A-4 Perry News-Herald April 7-8, 2006


In PWC
Blue ribbons
awarded to 4
The Perry Woman's 'Club
received several blue ribbons at the
District III Arts and Crafts
Festival held in February.
First place honors went to
Althea Sldughter, Phyllis
Knoblock, Doris Lepoma and'
'Jessica Turnmire. These entries
are now eligible for the, state
convention in May.
For the April luncheon next
week, Mark McCain of the Taylor
Energy Center will be the guest
speaker.


Easter Bunny hops
to Keaton Saturday
The Easter Bunny arrives at
Keaton Beach on Saturday at 10
a.m. for photographs with his
admirers ($2 for each photograph;
please).
At 11 a.m., the Easter Bunny
will kickoff the 2006 Egg Hunt
which is open to the public.
Children's faces will be painted for
a $1 contribution to the Taylor
Coastal Communities Assoc-
iation, which is sponsoring this
event.


Red Hats travel to Madison


Tour of Gardens


planned May 7th
The Perry Garden Club will hold a Tour of Yards and Gardens on
Sunday, May 7, from 2 until 5 p.m. "This would be perfect for an early
Mother's Day gift, and a special treat for everyone," said Liska Gooding,
president of the club.
Tickets can be obtained from Garden Club members with a $10
donation. You can also call Betty Culbreath at 584-7094 (Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday), at home at 584-2399, or Gooding at 578-2712.
The tour will begin at the Perry Garden Club where refreshments will
be served. Programs, with directions to the four featured gardens, will be
distributed then.. .


'Tax' party!
An appreciation party for all
Tax-Aide Volunteers will be held
at the Fanning -Sprii gs State Park
Wednesday, April 12, at noon. A
covered-dish luncheon will be
served at 1 p.m.
All volunteers and their families
are urged to attend. For more
information, contact Judy
Ferguson at (850).578-2666.'


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luncheon/meeting of the
Roseheads, Perry's Chapter of the
Red Hat Society, There were 16
Red Hatters (50 and older) and 2
Pink Hatters (under 50) in
attendance, This meeting was held
at noon on Saturday, March 25.
Cheryl Gregory, Norma McGuire
and Mary Becht were the March
committee.
Each table was covered with a
deep red tablecloth with a
"centerpiece" of purple Easter
grass with brown rabbits and
colorful candy. After Debi
Limoges made sure all were
present, Cheryl Gregory welcomed
everyone. Norma McGuire said
the blessing, and the ladies
enjoyed their lunch of chicken
salad served on lettuce with fresh
fruit and blueberry muffins,
followed by dessert of either 11-
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announced that longtime member
Thelma Birdwell, a resident of
Monticello, is now the Queen
Mother of the Monticello chapter.
The ladies offered their
congratulations and good wishes
to Mrs. Birdwell, which will
continue as a member of the
Roseheads.
Patricia Lindsey and Cheryl
Gregory, co-captains for the
chapter's Relay for Life team, gave
updates on projects and fund
raising. Laura Taylor, chair of the
Cake Walk, listed who would
donate a cake for this fund raiser to
be held at 7 p.m. on Friday, April
7, at the Relay event.
Names for door prizes were
drawn. Winners were Debi.
Limoges, Barbara Patrick, Debbie
Beach, Patricia Lindsey and Queen
Mother Hattie Adams. The door
prizes were a purse light and a
variety of scented candles and were
provided by the March hostesses.
Planning committees are in
place through June. Cheryl
Gregory passed the Red Hat bell to
the April committee, which is
already busy making plans.


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EANoF meeting called 'resounding success'


"A resounding success!" is how
the founding meeting of -the
Environmental Alliance of North
Florida (EANoF) was described by


Barry Parsons of Madison County.
The meeting was held Saturday,
March 18, in Perry at the
Hampton Inn when 35 people


Kindergarten registration will

begin April 26 at Perry Primary


Perry Primary School begins
kindergarten registration for the
2006-07 school year Tuesday,


April 25.
A pre-registration session will
begin at 5:30 p.m. and will
include a review of required health
documentation.,
An orientation session will
follow at 6 p.m.
Additional registration sessions
will be held Thursday, April 27,
and Friday, April 28, each from 8-
11 a.m. and 12-3 p.m.
Parents and guardians are asked
* to bring the following
documentation: current physical
and immunization records, birth
certificates and Social Security
cards for each child being
registered.
For more information, contact
-Angie Roberts at the school by
calling 838-2508 or e-mail
angic.robernsi'iaylor.kl 2.fl.us.


representing nine north and north
central Florida counties met for a
day of speakers and roundtable
discussions, while devising a plan
of action for the group.
EANoF is a regional association
of individuals and groups "who are
joining together in strength,
.solidarity and seeking solutions to
Protect natural North and North


Central Florida from further
pollution, unsustainable practices,
and to protect and preserve our
natural resources," according to
member Joy.Towles Ezell.
Local residents participating in
the founding meeting were Diane
Whitfield, Gale Dickert, Janice
Blair Jackson, Jim Taitt, Rick and
Patty CaUsey, Steve Flum and


At Hampton Inn

EANoF meets Saturday

The Environmental Alliance of North Florida (EANoF) will meet
Saturday, April 8, at the Hampton Inn, starting at 2 p.m.
EANoF is a regional association of individuals and groups "who are
joining together in strength, solidarity and seeking solutions to protect
natural North and North Central Florida from further, pollution,
unsustainable practices and to protect and preserve our natural resources."
The meeting is open to the public.
According to member Joy Towles Ezell, "speakers lined up for
Saturday's meeting will point out, opportunities for EANoF members and
individuals to participate in making our region a. better place to live,
work, raise families, and enjoy, protect and preserve natural Florida."
For more information, contact Barry and Judy Parsons at (850) 973
3351; Marianne Green at (850) 973-3269; Diane Whitfield at 584-4329;
or Ezell at 584-7087.


Ezell.
A contingent of participants
from Madison County included
Marianne Green, Dolly Fuls,
Betty Johnson, and Barry and Judy
Parsons. Other. attendees at the
meeting came from Levy,
Alachua, Leon,, Madison,
Suwannee, Columbia, Putnam and
Escambia counties.
Speakers for the event included
Rob Bfinkman of G-Care,
Gainesville; Dr. Phillip
Mantzanas, Project Team Leader
of the North Florida Community
College Rural Initiatives program;
Steve Urse of the Big Bend
Climate Action Team and Clean


Mike Denmark
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Call for appointment
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Energy; Linda Young of the*
Florida CJean Water Network; and
Dr. Enid Sisskin'.'
Dr. Sisskin represented Gulf
Coast Environmental Defense, the
Southern Alliance for Clean
Energy (affiliated with the
University of West Florida) and
spoke on mercury, contamiinated
fish, health and coal-fired power
plants.
Those interested in joining with
this group should contact Barry
and Judy Parsons at (850) 973.
3351; Marianne Green at (850)
973-3269; Diane Whitfield at 584--
43291; or Joy Towles Ezell at
584-7087.


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Stolen dog
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Control is seeking the
return of a 110-pound
pitbull stolen from the

animal shelter. "Hank," a
red pit, has a white spot on
his chest and clipped ears.
Anyone with information on
the dog is asked to contact
the shelter at 838-3525.


Pension board
meets April J0
at fire station

The Firefighters Pension Fund
Board will hold a public meeting
on April 10, beginning at 4 p.m.
The meeting will be held at the
city fire station. The public is
invited to attend.


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It's been another month, how are things going with real estate in
Taylor County?
Oh my! Night and day!! March "blossomed" along with the azaleas! We have been
very busy the past few weeks. We are getting lots of calls for both residential (houses,
and mobile homes) and vacant land. Even the commercial properties are being
asked about.


Is it still a seller's market? (2005 was such a banner year for sellers
in all of Florida.)
A It is a seller's market. Prices are definitely increasing. Yet, it may be leveling
somewhat, so that makes it also a buyer's market.

How can that be...both a seller's and a buyer's market?

A Real estate is almost always a seller's market. Historically, investment in real estateis
a good way to earn money. Right now, though, it's a good buyer's market because of
interest rates.

Interest rates are going up, so how does that make the market
profitable for buyers?
A From what I have been told and have read, the lending industry cannot afford to
keep interest rates as low as they have been the past several months. The interest
rates to borrow are ad jted along with the interest rates of our savings. I'm no
expert in economics, bti' I do understand that we, as consumers, must be able to
save money and for that money to earn enough interest to make it worthwhile to
save. So, if the rates are adjusted so low to borrow, we can't afford to save money.
Interest rates are going to go up, or at least, stay where they are now. It is a very
good time to borrow, if you're planning a long-term investment.

How is your inventory at Coldwell Banker Kelly & Kelly Properties?,

A We have a wide range of residential and land available right now. Come by and see
us! However, we need houses! We have buyers calling each day, checking to se '
what is available. I listed a home within the city limits two weeks ago and we have
a signed contract on it!

Q So, life in Taylor County is "Springing," right?

A Yes! Come see us at Coldwell Banker Kelly & Kelly Properties anytime!! Let me show
you our inventory and how our advertising and marketing are second to none!


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By PATMcGRIFF
One More Cast Guide Service
Dang it man! Everything is
showing up this week. Cobia,
mackerel, pompano, sharks, blues,
sand trout, big speckled trout,
redfish and I am sure I saw at least
a couple of catfish out there today,
on my chicken gizzard pole while
I was catching pinfish!
Fishing is GRAND--big trout,
big sand trout, big reds--one man
showed me a picture on his digital
camera of two 32-inch reds he and
his partner got into last week. He
said the school just showed up,
while they were on a trout drift,
and attacked,everything they threw
at them! Dang i,t man! They
caught and released three...then
just as quick...zip...they were
gone!
Hey! My charters last week had
a blast catching limits of trout and
: 'bunches of sand trout like Betty
and Bob Loverich of Jacksonville,
who had their limit of specks and
28 sand trout, with nine over 15
inches long. We caught most of
the specks on live bait under 2.5
inch oval Cajuns and the sand
trout on Assassin sea shads in
Space Guppy and Lemon Candy.
We bounced the sea shads for the
sand trout. All our fish came from
5-8 ft of water last week.
The next day, I had Steve Gay
and his son Caleb, and we landed a
limit of trout with a slew of sand
trout and a couple of mackerel to
boot. We used Space Guppy and
Lemon Candy Sea shads, by
Assassin, to land the sand trout
from 6.5 -7.5. feet of water. We
had live shrimp under Cajuns for
most of our specks.
Sam Ray asked me to relay this
- message to his friend Justin
, Fender: "on Tuesday, March 28,
Sam, Samantha, Jacob (Mudfish)
Ray and Luke (Critter) Ray, all of
Lax, Ga., caught 200 trout and"
brought home their limit of
keepers." Sam said they used
Saltwater Assassin's Treuse Goose
split tail shads' and sea shads
rigged under a Cajun Thunder in 5-
7 feet of water. The Ray boat also
landed a limit of trz ;it Wednesday


while catching 80 trout. Then they
landed nine keepers Thursday,
while catching 491 (Treuse Goose
each day!)
Also last Tuesday, Brian Ross
and Stacey Ferguson of
Thomasville, Ga., had 10 keepers
and caught more than 40 trout on
Space Guppy seashads.
Eddie Sanders, his wife Teri, and
sons Griffin and. Rodney, all of
Bonaire, Ga., had 11 trout while
fishing with electric chicken and
limetreuse Assassin sea shads in 5
feet of water.
Don and Jerri Corbett of

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The Perry Recreation Depart-
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league this season for girls, 17 and
under.
Registration for the league will
be held Tuesday, April 11, from
4:30 p.m. until 6 p.m. at the high
school softball fields.


Valdosta, Ga., had their limit of
trout Wednesday from 7 feet of
water.
Kandy and Stanley Carr of
Macon, Ga., with Bobby Gordon,
Chad Allgod of Warner Robbins,
Ga., and Stanley Dasher (two
Stanleys on one boat?) of
Cartersville, Ga., fished Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday, and kept
only trout over 17 inches long and
* had a limit each of the three days.
They also landed 11 blues, four
Spanish and a bunch of sand trout.
They caught their fish from 7-10
feet of water. They used (are you
ready for this) "grubs."
Eddie Horne of Perry, Tommy
Anderson of Blairsville, Ga.,
Bradley Anderson of Atlanta, Ga.,
and Chris Thomas of Barnesville,
Ga. fished Saturday and landed
eight keeper trout from 7-8 feet
using MirrOlures and grubs.
Bradley (the best angler & 12
years old) had the biggest trdut--a
19-inch long "good'un." I
Seems Steve Gay and his son
Caleb fished Wednesday and had a
limit of trout; then with me
Thursday (see above) then again
on Friday and limited out on
specks and got a bunch of sand
trout as well, while fishing Space
Guppy Assassin grubs. (Go
figure!) The Gays are from Byron,
Ga. They caught more than 220
fish total and had a great spring
break! ,
Jody and James Hart of
Moultrie, Ga., got a limit of trout
and eight blues with four sane,
trout, Thursday, using various
grubs.
Larry Steedly and Solomon
Tolle of Jasper had a 38.5-inch
cobia Thursday and a'limit of trout
using live shrimp under a Cajun
Thunder in 3-5 feet of water.
Travis Smith, Brady Squires and
Joe McKinnon of Madisonhad a
limit of trout and a short cobia the
same day (in the same area) but
they were fishing with Assassin
Space Guppy and Candy Corn
grubs instead of shrimp! One-and-
a-half inches difference?
Ralph and Jackie Ward of Perry
had their 10 trout, four sand trout
and 15 sheepshead Sunday.
Saturday, Cal Beanblossom and
Glen Floyd of Sylvester, Ga.,
came down and got their limit of
speckled trout fishing with Lemon
Candy Assassin Sea shads, both
bouncing and under a Cajun
Thunder in 6-7 ft. of water.
Sunday they took only two hours
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to get a limit, then found nine
sand trout before they went home.
Ben Barbee, and Justin Roberts
of Sylvester, Ga., fished with me
Sunday and landed a limit of 15
trout using almost everything! We
caught them on live pinfish under
Cajuns, Assassin eels under
Cajuns, pinfish strips (shiner
tails) under Cajuns, bouncing
Assassin eels and sea shads, also
on Assassin "NEW" Goldfish
flukes in 4 feet of water, even got
a few on plugs, Justin had never
fished the Gulf before and caught a
four-and-a-half pound trout besides
several more.
Tuesday, April 4, I had Bill
Torrey of St. Simons, Ga., and
his pal Monte Lewis of
Thomasville, Ga., out and we
brought in the largest 15 fish
limit of trout of my charters so far
this year. We had two' over four
pounds and one over three-and-a
-half pounds for our three over 20
inches! They all hit live pinfish
under Cajuns in 6-7 feet of water!
Keaton Beach Marina is putting
in boats at its boat lift free for the
entire month of April. Save your
trailer bearings and keep them out,
of the salt water. Enter the
Saturday best legal one person
limit of five trout contest for $5 at
Keaton Beach Marina.


TCMS 13-2!
The Taylor County Middle School baseball team completed its 2006 season Tuesday with a
thrilling 5-4 victory over Suwannee in extra-innings. The win gave the Bulldogs a 13-2
record on the year, one of the best in recent memory. Members of the team include, front row
(left to right): Kyle Brooks, Steve Johnson, William Wentworth, Hunter Barfield, Taylor
Ratliff, Brett Spradley, Stuart Ely and Colby Murphy. Second row: Charlie Johnson, Morgan
Pelt, Wil Joiner, Caleb Murphy, Tony Southerland, Caleb Padgett, Josh Johnson and Jonathan
Lincoln. At rear is Head Coach Tommy Joiner. Not shown is assistant Coach Reggie Wentworth.


TCHS now 4-O in district play


The Taylor County High
baseball team solidified its lead in
district play with a 7-5 victory at
Madison Tuesday.
The Bulldogs, now 4-0 in the
district (10-8 overall), jumped out
to a 6-0 lead after two innings but
the Cowboys (0-4 district) battled
back to narrow Taylor County's'


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April 7-April 14
FRIDAY
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HI 12:31 p.m.
LO 5:36 p.m..
HI 11:19 p.m.
SATURDAY .
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HI 12:52 p.m.
LO 6:37 p.m.
SUNDAY
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HI 1:14 p.m.
LO 7:16 p.m.
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LO 8:18 a.m.
HI 2:25 p.m.
LO 8:50 p.m.
THURSDAY
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LO 8:39 a.m.'
HI 2:43 p.m.
LO 9:20 p.m.
FRIDAY
HI 3:33 a.m.
LO 9:02 a.m.
HI 3:01 p.m.
LO 9:50 p.m.


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lead to 6-4 after three.
But the 'Dog defense tightened,
giving up only one more run in the
contest while adding another of
their own.
Miguel Parga (3-1) recorded the
win while Bryce Cade came on in
relief to earn the save.
Taylor County pounded out 14
hits in the contest led by Billy Joe
Wigglesworth, who drove in three -
runs while going 2-for-4 at the
plate including a home run.
Zack Bowden also had three


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DAY DATE TIME SPEAKER SPECIAL MUSIC
Monday April 10 6:45 am Rev. Gary Gossett Quartet from First United
Breakfast 7:05 am Wesleyan Church Methodist Church
Tuesday April 11 6:45 am Rev. Chester Demps Christian Tabernacle
Breakfast 1 7:05 am Christian Tabernacle Rev. Carolyn Demps
WednesdayApri 12 6:45 am Msgr. C. Slade Crawford St. James Episcopal Church Choir
Breakfast Apr 7:05 am Catholic Church of the Immaculate Conception Debbie Gilbert, Choir Director
Thursday April 13 6:45 am Rev. Larry Neal First Presbyterian Choir
Breakfast p 7:05 am First Presbyterian Church Lee Cook, Choir Director
**A special invitation to those
SPECIAL who would like to join us for
MAUNDY Rev. Matt Wallis Maundy Thursday
THURSDAY 7:00 pm First United Methodist Church You wi//have an opportunityto
SERVICE participate in a foot-washing
ceremony.
Friday 6:45 am Rev. Eddie Blalock First Baptist Church
Breakfast April 14 7:05 am First Baptist Church Sarah Sue Grambling, Choir Director


Obituaries


Rachel Lynette
Singletary
Rachel Lynette Singletary, 61,
died April 1, 2006, at her home.
She was a native of Perry, but
had lived in Lutrell, Tenn., for the
past five years.
A memorial service will be held
Friday, April 7, from 7 until 9 p.m.
at Perry First Church of God.
In lieu of flowers, donations may
be made to St Mary's Hospice,
9447 Andersonville Pike,
Knoxville, TN 37938.

Glennes Raymond
Green
Glennes Raymond Green, 83,
died April 1, 2006. '
A native Perry, Mr. Green moved
back to Perry in 1999. He was a
veteran of World War II, serving in
the U.S. Navy and retiring from the
Air Force in 1963. He'owned and
operated his own gas station for
some time and was self-employed
working on A/C and'refrigeration
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Survivors include: a daughter,
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son, Ray Green of Massachusetts;
a sister, Genivieve Dorman of
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r IMMACULATE CONCEPTION
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q'MSSES:
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CCD & Adult Education Classes
Sunday' 9:00 a.m.
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S" Children's Church 11:00 12:00
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S .. Choir Practice 6:00- 6:45
__. a a a i ..a ...: ...-; :..-.. S...:-,a...,., Sunday Service 7:00 8:00
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April 6, 1900

December 25, 1990

Please don't say that I gave up, just say I gave in.
Don't say I lost the battle,
For it was God's war to lose or win.
Please don't say how good I was, but that I did my best.
Just say I tried to do what's right,
To give the most I could, not to do less.
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Please don't give flowers or talk in harsh tones.
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Still Missing You,
Children: Mary (deceased), Mack, Earl, Kitty, Julia,
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Community Church The Women's Ministry of Cro
The Community Church on Beach Road will serve a Fellowship will present "Veiled
ham dinner "with all the fix'ins" on Sunday, and all are speaker, Jamie L. Newberry, on Satu
welcome. The church is non-denominational and is a.m.-12 noon. Registration is free; a 1
located six miles down the Beach Road on Dennis be collected. Refreshments will be p:
Howell Road. nursery for ages 5 and under.
Services begin Sunday at 10:30 a.m. The dinner will Crosspoint is located at 920 Courtn
follow, direct inquiries to Frances Hamby at5

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Revival services will be held at Cornerstone The monthly gathering of men tha
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the Rev. Ray Carr as guest speaker. On Friday and Blalock will be Friday, April 7, at
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gets underway at 11 a.m. Highway Patrol Station office).
Carr is a native of St. Vincent's Island and is Lunch will be served from 11:30
currently a senior at the Baptist College of Florida. p.m., followed by the message which
Everyone is invited to attend these services. 12:35 p.m. The cost is $5; all men are
The church is located on Slaughter Road; take the
first road to the right after the former Highway Patrol Bake sale Saturd
Station. The youth department of Glorious
God of Prophecy will hold a bake sal
Fish sandwich, pie sale Saturday 8, at Frazier Car Wash from 9 a.m. unt
New Beginning Church of God will have a yard sale, leaders urge, "Please come out and s
fish sandwich and pie sale on Saturday, April 8, at 7:30 department."
a.m. at 1208 W. Hampton Springs,.
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A-8 Perry News-Herald April 7-8, 2006



'Every call is different'


DISPATCHERSS
continued from page 3
"We have got a great group of
dedicated people working at
dispatch," she said.
"They have a hard job that is not
usually seen or heard of by the
general public.
-"They have an incredibly
important job, but receive an
incredibly small amount of
appreciation outside of the
department, which they absolutely
deserve," Toliver added. "But
.,ery- one of my people will tell
ou that when they gei off shift,
-ley go home knowing that they
:ave helped people that day and it's
, good feeling.
"Our people answered over
:3,000 calls last year and helped
w-ve a lot of lives. I'm very proud
-" every one of them."
There are currently two
spatcher positions open at the


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said.
"We look for a certain kind of
person for these positions.
Applicants must be able to type, be
at least 18 years old, hold a high
school diploma and must show
qualities such as having good

'Our people
answered over
53,000 calls last
year and helped
save a lot of lives"
--Ken Dalton

judgment, good phone skills and be
confident," Dalton added.
"You must go through an
interview," said Toliver, "and if
you are hired, you will go through


a 13-week, on-the-job training
period. You will ride with an
officer for two weeks--40 hours
with PPD and 40 hours with
TCSO. This gives you a chance to
see, firsthand, what the officers do
and learn how important the job is
to get information to them as
quickly and accurately as
possible."
Anyone interested in being a law
enforcement dispatcher should
pick up an application at TCSO,
located in the county courthouse,
or call 584-2429 and speak with
Toliver or Dalton.
A current roster of current
dispatchers include: Toliver;
Dalton; communications training
officers La 'Untrice Simmons and
Elizabeth (Beth Ann) Lollie;
communications officers Mary
Swain, Sandi Hilgendorf, Hope
Taylor and Natalie Whorton; and
communication's-officer-in-
training Kimberly Brannan.


Jnder current conditions


- to 10 minutes for trains to pass


BYPASS
Continued from page 1

more. It had been about a month
and we hadn't heard anything, so
we thought it would be a good time
to make the council aware of what
-,as. going on," Brown said,
-ferring to a briefing given at the
council's March 28 meeting.
It was at that meeting council
i embers reached a consensus to
-sk.-the railroad to consider by-
;assing the city altogether.
.TEC' representative Mike
Lawson also addressed the council
at the March meeting and
presented the four options laid out
by a consulting group working on
'.e project.
Lawson explained that fuel
:,oal) deliveries to the plant would
require an additional five to six
J00-car trains (in and out) per
,:*eek- passing through Perry
routeue to the energy, center.
Under the current conditions, the
average time f,:'r cthe h'ns to clear
,n intersection would be
approximatelyy seven to 10
minutes.
A memo from the Genesis Group
evaluatingg the options for
addressing, traffic and train
interactions in the City of Perry
detailed four possible choices: (1) a
roadway overpass along Jefferson
Street; (2) a roadway overpass
along Center Street; (3) a rail
overpass; and (4) a combination of
below grade roadway
improvements and an elevated rail
crossing along Jefferson Street.
According to the memo, the
options would entail:
-_ -Option 1: "In order to span the
creek -and the railroad crossing at
an acceptable slope, the Jefferson
,trect overpass would not return to
Tirade until past the Green Street
intersection to the north. The
'-usinesses along a two-block area
would have no access to Jefferson
Street and would be looking at a
wall.. The estimated cost of this
option is $4-5 million."

--Option 2: "Along Spring
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located further from one another,
resulting in the need to construct a
longer bridge. An overpass along
Center Street, would not cut off
access to commercial businesses to
the south of the railroad. The
access to the city park and access
to up to three residences would be
cut off and several of the
residences would have a view of
the wall associated with the raised
roadway. The estimated cost of this
option is $5-5.5 million."
--Option 3: "The railroad grade
can only be about .6 to 1 percent,
resulting in a very lengthy distance
required to achieve a rail overpass.
The overpass spans both the
Jefferson Street and Center Street
intersections. The raised grade will
cut off many streets to the
northwest of downtown. A cost
estimate has not been calculated
for this option."
--Option 4: "This option can be
further divided into an alternative
with only a tunnel for the road and
a second alternative involving an
increase iii the curiiiiet elet&dtidii bf
the rail...many of the roads to the


northwest would be cut off as with
Option 3. The viability of the first
alternative is in question due to
ground-water issues."
The memo concluded: "From the
preliminary evaluation, Option 1
and 2 appear to be the, most viable
and worthy of further assessment.
The estimated costs do not include
right-of-way, relocations or
business damage issues."
"The railroad has not made it
clear what their selection process
would be. Ultimately, legally, they
could do-whatever they wanted to
do. TEC is saying they want to
work with the community and we
have to rely on them to persuade
the railroad to run a certain way.
The city has no jurisdiction...the
railroad is basically like a utility
and they, can pretty much do what
they want to do," Brown said in
considering the options.
"We have some local public
hearings coming up on the land use
change (for the power plant) and if
people are concerned, now is the
title to be there and ha1ve the
opportunity to be heard."


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B-i Perry News-Herald Apri 7-8, 2006


Community
y


Taylor's
Couifty Commissioners Jack
Brown and Clay Bcthea met last
week with Rep. Will S. Kendrick
(D) Carrabclle to foster local
support for Taylor County.
The-commissioners voiced a
number of concerns that included
local budget requests and eminent
domain as well as other bills that
will directly affect Taylor County


&


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concerns voiced


and its residents. Budget requests
submitted on behalf of the county
are now being considered in the
Legislative appropriations process.
With the 2006 Legislative
Session into its last weeks, dollars
for, fiscally constrained rural
counties to 'continue to meet
growth demands are being actively,
lobbied throughout the halls of the


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Ownerioperator Dot Futch with broker associate Shelly Ross


Capitol.
Kendrick said, "It is necessary
that we continue to keep
Legislators of the larger urban
counties informed of the needs of
rural- counties and maintain the
efforts to gather the support for
funds for the rural counties."
He continued, "It is always a
pleasure to have constituents of
District 10 visit the Capitol and
let u, hear of issues and concerns."
Sawgrass earns
high sales rating
l'nited C,-_un ir, Sav. gras
Rcali,, of Sieinhjichee '.% a_
recvnil', rccoenized fo.r ouistitandiri
sales achi-',emeni in 2105' wkith
the preseniaiion of the Summit
Club. Aard at the LiUnited Counir\
Training & Award, Contention
that took place in San Anionio,
Texas, Feb. 16-19.
The othce also received the
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Really is owned and operated b)
Dot Futch, broker. Shelly Ross
serves as broker associate, Linda
Bryant as sales associate and
Mardee White as office manager.
'United Country is the only.
national real estate franchise
system specializing in resideniial,
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Taylor County commissioners Jack Brown, left, and Clay Bethea, right, recently met with
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April 7-8, 2006


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THE PERRY
NEWS-HERALD


APRIL 8, 1971

API DEMANDS FINAL
PAYMENT FOR NEW
TAYLOR COUNTY
COURTHOUSE
At its most recent board
meeting, the. Board of County
Commissioners received a letter
from Donald B. Smith, Orlando
attorney for A.P.I. Inc., general
contractors on the recently
completed Taylor County
Courthouse, demanding payment
of the balance of $7,178.86.
Payment of the small remaining
balance had been withheld by -the
county pending the completion of
minor repairs and leaks in the
building.
A report to the board indicated
that there were still six small leaks
in the building.
After a discussion of the claim,
the commissioners ordered Circuit
Clerk Ralph Carlton to answer the
attorney's letter, informing.
him that payments would be
made only after the remaining
leaks were stopped.


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Trimmers often called the trimming machine at Lee Tidewater Cypress the
"green machine" because of the green lumber being processed there. The
trimmer saw was manufactured by the Filer & Stowell Company of Milwaukee,
Wis. In the coming weeks, we will continue our pictorial look back at the sawmill,
which left a lasting mark on Taylor County's history. (Photo courtesy Florida State Archives)


.PERRY OFFICER
HONORED'
Lt. Col. John R. Willis of Perry
was presented the Meritorious
Service Award by Brigadier Gen:
Homer D. Smith Jr., at Fort Lee,
Va.
Col. Willis and his family had
plans to leave for Tokyo, where he
was assigned to the Mutual
Assistance Office at the United
States Embassy.
Col. Willis was raised in Perry
and graduated from Taylor County
High School and The Citadel.

PERRY STUDENTS
WIN NFJC HONOR
Some 30 students at NFJC were
honored for academic excellence at
a banquet held at the college.
Perry students honored included
Elizabeth Maxwell, Frances B.
Morgan, Norman J. Thigpen and
Peter J. Winter.

WEDDING BELLS
McElhiney-Thomas
In an impressive double-ring
ceremony, Miss Rosanna
McElhiney became the bride of
Clyde L. Thomas at Calvary
Baptist Church.
The bride was the daughter of


SPer April 7-8,2006

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Advertising Director
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Mr. and Mrs. A. R. (Mack)
M'' cEIhne, of i Perry and the
bridegroom's parents were Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Thomas Sr., also of
Perry.
The officiating minister was the
Rev. Herbert Wright,. pastor of
Calvary Baptist Church, assisted
by the Rev. Walter Saffran, of St.
James Episcopal Church.

ENGAGEMENT TOLD
Parker-Jones
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Parker of
Perry announced the engagement


and approaching marriage of their
daughter, Marilyn Lorraine, to
Roland Knight Jones Jr., son of Mr.
and Mrs. Roland Knight Jones Sr.,
also of Perry.
Miss Parker, a 1969 graduate of
Taylor County High School,
attended North Florida Junior
College and was employed by the
State Department of Motor
Vehicles in Tallahassee.
Mr. Jones was also a 1969
graduate of Taylor County High
School and was a student at
Tallahassee Junior College.


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.
A.H. and Lula Bennett
1892-1967, 1895-1920
Archie Bennett was a native of Taylor County and the son of
pioneers Benjamin W. and Fannie Howard Bennett. His first marriage
was to Miss Lula Mills, also a member of pioneer families who settled
in the southern part of the county. Their children were Ruby (Linton),
Hyacinth (Willis) and Cecil.
i, His first wife was a victim of
t the "flu epidemic." He then
Married Ethel Shaw and they
were the parents of Doris
(Nobles). His third marriage
S .- was to Ruby Shaw and their
N, children were: Inez (McNeil),
Helen (Marshall) and Louise
S (Roebuck).
By occupation, Mr. Bennett
Mr. and Mrs. A.H. Bennett was a farmer and cattleman.
And he served as county
commissioner. He would entrain at Benotis for board-meetings,
spending the nights with his brother,,Oswald. It was during his service
as county commissioner that Old 19 was paved to Athena. This made
it more accessible when meetings of the board demanded his
presence..
His retirement years were spent at .Cedar Key, however, he was
buried at Waters Cemetery--the old family plot--at Steinhatchee.
James Albert York
1931-1954
James Albert York was born at Boyd. His parents were Ashford
"Mac" and Myrtie Rodgers York. His ancestry extended to "pioneer"
citizens of Taylor County: Thomas
and Maryanne Missouri (Wade)
York.
He enlisted in the U.S. Army
while he was still a student at
Taylor County High School at the .
age of 17.
He completed his high school
work while in the service. He
completed an extended tour of
duty in Korea.
At the time of his untimely
demise, he was associated with the
U.S. Air Force stationed at ',
Selfridge AFB near Detriot,
Mich. It was while there that he
lost his life in an automobile James Albert York
accident.


Quotble uots.,


Courage is the price that
life exacts for granting
peace.
--Amelia Earhart

Life shrinks or expands in
proportion to one's,
courage.
--Anais Nin

Live as brave men; and if
fortune is adverse, front its
blows with brave hearts.
--Cicero

Courage is the ladder on
which all the other virtues
mount.
--Clare Booth Luce

The bravest thing you can
do when you are not brave
is to profess courage and
act accordingly.
--Corra Harris

Courage is fear that has
said its prayers.
--Dorothy Bernard


Courage is the art
of being the only one
who knows you're
scared to death.
--Harold Wilson

I wanted you to see what
real courage is, instead of
getting the idea that
courage is a man with a
gun in his hand.
It's when you know you're
licked before you begin but
you begin anyway and
you see it through no
matter what.
--Harper Lee, To Kill a
Mockingbird, 1960

Courage is being scared to
death--but saddling up
anyway.
--John Wayne

It is curious that physical
courage should be so
common in the world and
moral courage so rare.
--Mark Twain


At Buckeye Park


Foley reunion wi

The third annual Foley Reunion and water, for all those attending.
will be held Saturday, April 22, A covered dish luncheon will be
at Buckeye Park, starting at served; former residents may also
10 a.m. bring individual picnic lunches for
The reunion committee will themselves.
provide dinnerware, as well as tea A registration table will be set up


William Pelham Hendry


William Pelham Hendry
Pelham Hendry was a native
of Taylor County and was the
son of Andrew W. and Sallie
Davis Hendry. He married Miss
Virginia Livingston. They had
no children. By occupation he
was for many years associated
with Stephens Furniture
Company. Later he worked for
the Gulf Line Insurance and was
quite successful. He was a
member of the First Methodist
Church and participated in all
aspects of its program.


H.J. Westberry
1887-1950
Mr. Howell John Westberry was a native of Wayne County, Ga. He
came to Taylor County in 1926. He married: (1) Miss Daisy Purcell,
one daughter, Belle (Jackson); (2)
Miss Mabelle Dukes, two sons and
two daughters, Eldred, Bernice
(Edwards), R.M. and Bonita
(Carstens); (3) Verdie Ammons, .
three daughters and one son, %.
Shirley (Cutrer), John "Bo,"
Barbara (Blackman) and Patricia 1
(McLeod). ^
He was attracted to Taylor
County by its beautiful forests of
yellow pines. He was a naval
stores operators and lumberman.
At Fenholloway, he was engaged
in the operation of a productive ;
turpentine plant. He was also a
pioneer in the business of '
reforestation. His tree farm on the H.J. Westberry
Mayo road--hand-planted with a
dibble--was one of early beauty spots.
He was always interested in whatever would make for a better
community and county. The records of San Pedro Church show that
he was a deacon and Sunday School superintendent there before
moving to First Church in Perry. He early advocated bonding for a
new high school. He was a charter member of the Lions Club, a
Mason and a Shriner (Morocco Temple).


Complete sets of the "They Were Here"
the Taylor County Historical Society. The
open every Thursday, from 1-5 p .m.


series are available at
downtown museum is


be held April 22


so that contact information can be
updated.
Participants are also reminded to
bring a chair, blanket and/or card
table for your own comfort along
with any Foley memorabilia you


wish to share.
Anyone wishing to assist
with the reunion is asked to
write: Foley Reunion, c/o 204
Dogwood Way, Perry, FL
32348.










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The monthly Sons of AMVETS
Community Yard Sale will be this
Saturday, April 8, from 7 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Spaces are available for a $5 donation
each (a six-foot table will be provided for
each space). Walk-ins are welcome as
space is available. 2499 Woods Creek
Rd. To reserve a space, call Mark Viola at
584-5513 or 584-8807 (after 5 p.m.).
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Two carat diamond earrings appraised at
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carat ring sell for $1,000. Call 584-6474.
3/31-4/12

$120 NEW Full Size Mattress set in
plastic with warranty, can deliver, 850-222-
2113.
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Outside Shops New Hours: Fri-Sat-Sun 10-4 Antiques
We buy...call us! Collectibles
Yard Sa&e *5- Collectibles
Set-up Pery- [e'8- 41 MarkeTools
$8 & up Hwy. 19BS., 838-1422,584-7124 Mon-Th Furniture


Moving Garage Sale! Everything must go!
Freezer, refrigerator, washer-& Dryer;-
Gardening Tools, Lawn Mower. Chain saw
and Inany more. Come and See! 2530
Mixon Rd. Perry. Saturday & Sunday. 9:00
am until.
4/5-4/7
Yard Sale: Saturday, April 8. 6224 Beach
Rd. 1 mile down on left, follow signs. Prom
Dress Size 13/14 and lots of other items.
Something for everyone. 8 am.- 1 PM.
4/5-4/7.

* 'Yard Sale Sat. April 8th 8 AM until ? 103
Marshall Drive Something for Everyone!!!
4/7
Huge 4 family Yard Sale. Dont miss this
one: Sat. April 8th 8 am'- 1 pm. 1/4 mile
before Foley cot-off Hwy 27 East, right on
Dorman Peacock, sale on left, cant miss.
Name brand clothes, adult, children, Jrs,
infant to 2T girls, infant boy 9-12 mths,
shoes, purses, jewelry, toys, what-nots,
pictures, nautical items, lamps, end
tables, coffee table with marble top, large
like new oak lighted, china cabinet,' 2
desks., 2-4 drawer 'dressers, 2
entertainment cabinets, Secretarial desk,
Oak lighted curio cabinet, football cards
and pictures(some autographed), tool box,
computer games software, vaccum
cleaner, double bed, white metal bunk
beds, a lot of misc. Also, 1987 Yamaha
Virago 1100 anniversary edition and 1998
KX125 Dirt Bike with after market pipes,
many extras on bike.
4/7
Yard Sale Sat. 4/8, 9 am to 2 pm, 2669
Dean Rd., 2 miles past Beach Rd. (Hwy.
19 S.) Clothes, furniture, jewelry,
household items, etc. .
4/7 ... ... ,- ... ... -
Yard Sale Saturday 8 am until
Strickland landing Ct. off Spring Warrior
Rd. Follow signs. Spring Cleaning It all
'goes, boys, size 6 to 8, Arts & Crafts
Supplies, Housewares, Stanley Hardware,
books- kids to Adult Selections, and
much more!
4/7
Yard Sale Saturday April 8th, 8 am 2 pm.
One mile dwn Beach Pd. Turn onto Dewey
Mc Guire Rd. follow signs, love seat,
coffee table,-book case, antique cabinet,
guns, tools, toys, comforters, clothes and
other misc. items.
4/7
INDOOR YARD SALE!!! 9 am -1 pm. 130
S. JeffersLp St. Next to Bakery.
4/7
MOVING SALE SATURDAY ONLY: Many
items including' household misc., tools
and hardware etc., two deep sea rod and
reels, other items to many to mention.
1400 N. Cherry St. Located next street
behind nursery on Ash street. Canceled if
raining.
4/7
Yard Sale: Saturday 4/8/06 from 7 3
Woodcrafts & Harley shelves and. other's,
misc. hardware and misc. clothes, odds
and ends. 221 Judson Drive -at Quail
Point.
4/5-4/7
Yard Sale Saturday, April 8th at.9:00. Off
of 98 on Golf Course Rd. 1/2 mile on right,
Sbrown Iraiier. Some of everything, sewing
machine, T.V., microwave, tool, clothes,
dishes, wedding dress.
4/5-4/7
Yard Sale Saturday April 8th, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Everything must go. 15332 Breeze Drive,
Leisure Retreats 11 miles down Beach Rd.
Follow signs before Deadman's Curve.

Yard Sale Saturday 8th, 8:00 AM until, 2-
family's kids clothes & toys, lots of other
Stuff. Everything Goes! 6192 Beach Rd.
Perry.
S4/7
Yard Sale Saturday 4/8 7:30-until, 1931-A
Woodmore, Last Road on the left down Old
= Dixie, look for signs, great stuff, no junk
9 name brand clothes, ladies & men, girls
dress's & clothes 6, boys 3T all like new,
toys galore. (Formerly held at American
Aluminum).
4/7AA
Huge 2 family Yard Sale. kids- Adult size
Clothing. Toy, what-nots, too many things
Sto name, Avon products, 4890 Debby St. 3
miles down Puckett Rd. 1st paved Road to
the left. Past Fenhollaway River. 4th Road
g to the left, 2nd trailer on the right. Look for





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1 Upright Piano (Damaged)- Free
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S Beginner Riding lessons at your home.
Open bookings. Call 578-2920.
j3/31-4/12


1 14'x10' overhead rollaway door $500.
-__1 8'x10' overhead rollaway door $200.
You-take down. Ask for Gary @ 352-650-
8580., -
3/31-4/7PWC
$150 Brand New Queen Pillow-Top
Mattress Set, In Plastic, Warranty, Can
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with warranty, can deliver, 850-222-7783.
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$275 SOLID WOOD SLEIGH BED. NEW
IN BOX, CAN DELIVER 850-425-8374.
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$550 BRAND NEW 6 pc. BEDROOM SET,
still in boxes, can deliver, 850-222-9879
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$850 DINING ROOM, Brand New Table +
leaf, 6 chairs, lighted china cabinet. Still
boxed, Can deliver. 850-222-2113
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'06' KING Bedroom Set. Bed, chest, TV
Armoire, 2 night stands. Brand new.
Suggested List $3200. Must sell $1000,
can deliver 850-545-7112.
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2 PC. LEATHER SOFA and LOVE. Brand
new. in crate, can deliver. Lifetime
Warranty. List $2000. Sac. $795. 850-222-
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2 piece MICROFIBER Sofa +, Love-seat.
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Warranty. Retail $1300. Sell $475. Can
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MH D.W. 3 br/2 b very clean, walk in
closets, fireplace, fully furnished, front and
back decks, paved driveway. Only
$67,500. See at 301 Ivy Ave. Perry. Call
838-1770 or 419-239-9660
3/29-4/7
For Sale: 1997 Fleetwood Weston Mobile
Home. Vinyl siding, shingle roof, 2 bed/2
bath, both bedrooms have walk-in closets,
Master bath w/ garden tub & separate
shower. Kitchen has lots of cabinets,
Central A/C and power pole w/box panel
ready to be connected,. Mobile home has
been inspected by county inspector and
has passed code requirements for
relocation. Home is in very good condition.
Asking $14,500. Please call 850-838-1732
or 850-843-0554.
3/29-4/7


3 Bed/2 Bath, 1380 sq. ft., fire place,
nicely landscaped with 18x18ft. Gazebo
$135,000. Call 850-584-8466.
3/17-4/12.
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.
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3266 Boyd Rd., 1995 Destiny 28x66 3 bed/
2 bath, 28x66, 1 acre, carpet, kitchen sink, .
new-stove, refrigerator, toilets, faucets, iron
filter, pump, pump house & water heater.
$77,000 call 584-4658
4/7-5/3
3 bed/1 bth all appliances, washer & dryer,
central air, gas heat. In good condition.
Must be moved $11,000 (850)578-2484.
4/7-4/21
2 BR, 1 BTH House w/central AC/Heat on
1 Acre Just outside City Limits. Beautiful,
Wooded, area. $98,000 850-584-3213 or
850-371-1954
4/7-4/19
Just Listed! Price Reduced from another
agency. 15629 Beach Rd., Stable, aviary
& kennel, DMH all on 1 acre. 135,000 Call
850-843-2418.
4/7
115,0'00 Magnolia Rd., 3/2 to be renovated.
New roof, HVAC, bathroom fixtures,
kitchen appliances, and more $99,000
UNDER CONTRACT. Call 850-843-2418
4/7


Peaceful! Nice 1999 5 br/3 bath, 1782 sq.
ft. MH nestled in Pine tree setting on 2
acres. Ocean Pond Subdivision. Ten
minutes from town, five minutes to Gulf of
Mexico. Call Vicki Ratliff, Broker @ Point
of Beginning Properties. 850-584-2704.
3/29-4/21
52 acres m/1, Route 221, Sirmons area. 2
, MH, Huge pole w/concrete floor, planted'
pines, $499,900. Call 850-843-2418
4/7
Ready to Sell! 2005 Fleetwood DHMH on
1.3 m/1 acres, So cute, ready to move in.
$120,000. Make an offer. Call 850-843-
2418
Cedar Island 2 Canal Front Lots for sale,
$165,000 each. Call 478-960-0800.
3/31-4/26
Nice, 4 bed/2 bth house for Sale. Living
room, den, dinning room w/wood burning
stove and kitchen, Located down Wods
Creek Rd. on 2.62 acres. I Jewiv remodeled
kitchen, new carpets. Right across from
Three River ; Huniing Club. Asking
5 110 OC0 ACall 8?8 3337 borappt.
3:31-- ,19
Land for Sale! 1.28 acre-. lor $17.000 For
more information call Prole.si.onal Really
584-5844.
4/5-4/7
Clarke Subdivision lot 1.02 m/1 acre.-
Build your dream; home in Perry's finest
neighborhoods! $38,000 Call 850-843-
2418
4/7
Start your own. business in your home
w/permit on the Beach Rd., Ocean Pond
subdivision 2.5 m/1 acres $75,000 call
'850-843-2418.
4/7


Southern Villas of Perry!!
New Management!!
HUD Vouchers accepted. 1 and 2 bedroom
HC and non-HC accessible apartments.
Call 85C-584-8111. TDD/TTY 711. 315
Puckett Rd. Perry, FL 32347. Equal
Housing Opportunity.
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bed/2 bath, taking applications, available
May 1. No pets. Water and lawn
maintenance provided. $850 month + $850
'deposit. Call 850-973-3025.
3/29-4/7.




Accounting .clerk needed. Must be
proficient in Microsoft Office and typing.
speed 40 AWPM. Accounts receivable
experience desired, Send resume to 584-
6339.
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Furnished room for rent $90 week +
deposit $150 Call 838-1524 pin77.
3/31tfnWB

Woodfidqe Apartments!!
Looking for applicants! Apply now for 1, 2
and 3 bedroom apartments. Equal Housing
Opportunity. Call 850-584-5668. 709 W.
Church St., Perry, FL 32347. TDD/TTY
711.
tfWA
For Rent 3 bed/2 bath, 2-story house
located in town $560 rent + last month +
$500 damage deposit. No pets. Leave
message to call back 223-3227.
2/15tfnLK .
3/2 home $850 per mo. First + last +
security deposit $300, in city near schools'
& shopping. 223-3055.
4/5-4/12

House for Rent 3 bed/1 bath plus den, nice
yard, $650 month. Call Susan 584-
6480(days) or 223-3346(nights)
4/5-4/7


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b Full line of 3' Wide
accessories in stock Painted

Special Flashings Made All Types Warranted Metal Availaible
Cut to your desired lengths Delivery Service Available
Call Toll-Free 888-393-0335 352-498-0778 Horseshoe Beach, Fl.


TAYLOR CouNir BCC-PosIfiONr
VACANCIES
Mosquito Control Truck Driver
(seasonal/part time) = $6,49/hr.
Day Camp Counselor temporary/. part
time $6.49 $11.01 (salary depends on
education & experience). Positions
available in Perry and Steinhatchee,
Animal Control Officer- $9.31/hr.
Fire Fighter- $10.78/hr,
Entire job description, requirements and
application can be obtained from www.tcfl-
libinfo.com or Taylor Employment
Connections, 1702 S, Jefferson Street,.
Posit4/7T/ background check employer.
4/7tfnBCC
P.T. Bartender at Beach Bar. Call 578-
2827 or 578-3046,
4/7
Wanted person to run Kereoke for Beach
Bar, Equipment provided. Please call 578-
2827 or 578-3046.
4/7

Avon Reps needed in your area, Start your
own business! Make your own schedule!
only $10 start up fee. Free gift with sign
-on, Contact Crystal at 584-8461 or 843-
1162.
3/24-4/19


APALACHEE CENTER
A Behavioral Health Care Center is
currently seeking:
Adult Case Manager #2156
A minimum of a bachelor's degree with a
major in counseling, social work,
psychology, criminal justice, nursing,
rehabilitation, special education, Health -
education, or related human services field;
or a bachelor's degree and two years'full
time or equivalent experience working with
adults experiencing serious mental illness
valid Driver's license. Shift 8 AM 5 PM/
Monday- Friday Salary::$10.75 per hour or
$12.92 OPS Status
-icensed Therapist (#2267a) i
Masters. degree from an accredited
university or college with a'major in the
field psychology, or a related human
services field and two, years of
professional experience in providing
services to persons, with behavioral
iirnei License required. Some local'
travel required.. Substanr,:, abuse -.:
Knowledge preferred, Shift: variable iour';
some Lale Afternoon w:ort required .
OPS-FEMA Team Leader (#226-)
,a;lers. Degree irom an ai:credile,
university or :,llege wiri a major in the .
field of counseling, .social work,
psychology, nursing, rehabilitation,
special education, health education, or
related human services field tii r, one i )
year of full time or equivalent related
proleisionral experience or a Bach:elors
Degree from an accredited Univeraity or
College with .a major in the field of
counseling, social work, psychology,.
nursing, .rehabilitation, special education,.
health education, or a related Human
services field 'and three (3) years of full-
time or equivalent related professional
experience, Clinical Supervision
experience preferred. Sin variabl' .
OPS-FEMA Crisis Counselor (#2262)
A bachelor's degree from an accredited
University or college wilh a major inr,
counseling, socal wor psychology
criminal justice, nursing, reriabililaiior,
special education, health education, or a :
related Human services field; or other
Bachelor's degree from an accredited
University or college with one (1) year of
full-time or equivalent work or volunteer
experience in a social service, health
care, or related field, shift: variable
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
n Ea check
An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
Employer
Drug-Free Workplace
4/5-4/7APC

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/ltfBC


Marshall Health & Rehabilitation Center
is currently
seeking an energetic

ADMISSION COORDINATOR

to join our team of professional caregivers.
Must be computer literate and ableto
multi-task. Knowledge of Medicare and
Medicaid benefits helpful.

1-850-584-6334'

207 Marshall Drive Perry, Fl. 32347
Drug Free Workplace, Equal .Opportunity Employer



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Scrap Gold & Gold Silver Dollars
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Monday 7:00 p.m.
Public Welcome
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POSITION: HISTORY INSTRUCTOR.
INSTITUTION: NORTH FLORIDA
COMMUNITY COLLEGE
LOCATION: MADISON, FLORIDA
Full time facility appointment beginning
August, 2006. The successful candidate
will teach History courses through the
sophmore-level. These include American
History, History of Western Civilization,
Race and Ethnicity, African American
History and World History. Qualifications:
A master's degree. (from accredited
institution) qith a minimum of 18 graduate
semester hours ih History. Community
College teaching experience is preferred.
In addition to teaching duties, position will
include: established office hours; serving
on College committees: professional
development; participating in Department
and College activities. Some classes
Taught may be night and/or dual enrollment
courses 'on NFCC campus and/or satellite
campuses.
SSend appicaiion to: Director HR, North
Florida Community College, 325 NW
Turner Davis Drive, Madison,' Florida
3234-0 Cnl complete applications pac'ets
will be c':'r,nsiieed, Cormplee appicahion
packet require, letter, resume and.
.ppli:alion. copy of transcripts: (unofficial
c,,ay Application is available on
*we'bsti at www.nfcc.edu Questions: call
Mrs. Enid Kozlowski (850-973-1636) or
mail to I.ozlow c :.'kie.r.:ntcc.edu Application'
packed muil be received by April 18,/2006.
ECE
.4.'7.4.19 : .

The District School Board of Taylor
County Head Start Program is accepting
applications for the following vacant
position:
Custodian 11 months, 8 hrs. Minimum
high school diploma or equivalent
required. Interpersonal skills and ability to
understand verbal and'wrntten instructions.'
Knowiled,.e of OSHA standards. Must be
able to operate machinery necessary for
cleaning the school. Ability to lift (min. of
50 lbs.), moving, climbing, etc.
Interested applicants please contact
Taylor One Stop Career Center, 584-7604.
This position is open to school board
employees and the general public. The
Taylor County School Board adheres to a
drug free workplace policy. Drug testing
with a negative result is required. Head
.-Start employees must pass health
screening, fingerprinting, and background,
check required by DCF for licensing
daycare Workers. Closing date for this
position is April 14, 2006 at 12:00 Noon ...
4,7.4,'12 ...
-'re. ,: h,:.oI Director needed for church
operation. Degree and referral, nece.. 3iry
Call 352-650-8580 asl lor Pasior Gary
Gossett.
3.3.'3.'-4.7PWC

Driver Needed Must have class A CDL.
Salary Negotiable. Apply in'person at CDI
3882 US HWY. 19 S. or call 850-584-3316
3/29-4/7CDI


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

TAYLOR COUNTY BCC POSITION
S VACANCIES
Mosquito Control Truck Driver
(seasonal/part time) = $6.49/hr.
'Day Camp Counselor temporary/! part
time $6.49 $11.01 (salary depends on
education &. experience)
Animal Control Officer- $9.31/hr.
Fire Fighter $10.78/hr.
Entire job description, requirements and
application can be obtained from www.tcfl-
libinfo0com or Taylor Employment
Connections, 1702 S. Jefferson Street.
Positions open until filled. EEO/VP/DT/
background check employer.
3/22tfnBCC



HELP WANTED






Steinhatchee Ace Hardware
For more information,
call (352) 498-0082
P.O. Box 101, Steinhatchee, FL 32359

Administrative Assistant. Full time
position. with bernelits, in Perry office.
Duties include setting up office, keeping
records, scheduling meetings, assisting
project staff and consultants and general
office support. HS Diploma and 2 years
experience required. AA preferred.
Computer skills required including
Microsoft Word, Excel and Power Point.
Please fax resume to 904-665-4978. This
position is also listed with Employment
Connections. EOE
3/31-4/12


Taylor ARC seeks a forward-thinking,
team-oriented individual for its Supported
Living program for adults with
developmental disabilities in Taylor
County. Minimum requirements; Bhchelors
degree with a major in social, behavioral or
rehabilitatve science; education. Reliable -
transportation Valid Florida driver's
.license. Ability to receive clearance from
Division of Drivers License, Abuse
Registry, FDLE and FBI fingerprinting, &
pre-employment Division of Drivers
License, Abuse Registry, FDLE and FBI
fingerprinting & pre-employment drug,
screening Hours flexible, based on case
load assignment and client needs. Full &
part time positions available.
Why not join an agency thai will allow you
tp really make a difference? Mail or fax
resume to
Janice Sloan. Operations Administrator
Leon Advocacy and Resource Center
1589 Metropolitan Blvd.
Tallahassee, FL 32303
Fax# (850)422-0824
Sponsored. by Leon Advocacy and
Resource Center & the State of Florida
Agency for Persons with Disabilities. An
equal opportunity employer.
4/7-4/28LARC ,


RN/LPN 3-11 shift, Full time Pine Lake
Nursing Home Greenville, FL. Apply in
person or contact Don at (850)948-4601
4/7PLN


bQulity Control Technician in Limerock
Mine. Qualified applicants preferred but
will train the right person. Good math and
computer skills required. Must be
dependable and honest. Salary based on
experience, full benefit package. Drug test,
physical and background check required.
Apply in person at Martin Marietta Hwy. 98
Nutall Rise Rd. Perry, FL 850-584-6461.
Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V
3/314/12.

Rocky's Convenience Store is opening
soon Now accepting application for
cashiers and deli personnel. Call J&J
Equipment at .584-6555 between 8:30-
11:QO a.m. M-F.
3/29-4/7 .

BADCOCK HOME FURNITURE & MORE is
seeking a part-time sales person. Working
on Saturday is a must, Apply in person.
:1003 S. Jefferson St,
3/8tfnBC

Avon Representatives needed in this area.
Only $10 start-up kit. Call me today. 850-
584-6289 or 850-843-2605
3/17-4/11
HOUSEKEEPERS 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

Lafayette Health Care Center in Mayo
Florida is seeking volunteers to assist
with residents living in our facility. Our
volunteers offer emotional support and one
involvement that can truly help touch
lives. Duties can include helping with
activities of'daily living, sitting with the
resident, providing reassurance or
companionship for residents and families,
and always just being an attentive listener
and friend. Please contact Louise Johnson
Activities Director at (386)294-3300 if you
would like further information on how you
can serve.
4/8


~* -SERVICES


HUNGRY HOWIE'S Pizza & Subs now
hiring FT/PT positions for our newest
location in Steinhatchee.. Manager, Asst.
Mgr., shift mgrs. and inside counter help
needed. Please fill out application at 806
Riverside Drive by Sat. 4/8. Interviews will
be held at location Monday, 4/10.
4/5-4/7

C.N.A. 10 PM 6 AM Seeking person
with excellent 'attendance record,- team
player, for night shift position. Above
average and excellent past work reference
persons only need apply, Contact Jennifer
Richardson, Lafayette Health Care Center,
512 W. Main St.,'Mayo, FL
4/5-4/14


Wanted dead or alive: Junk cars, trucks,
tractors, etc. Wanted Izuzu and Toyota
trucks for export. 386-688-3999.
1/18tfS

NEED CASH?
GOT JUNK?
GOT JUNK CARS, TRUCK?
i BUY SCRAP METALS! '
850-838-JUNK (5865)
State Certified Scales
3/29-6/16 s





,Travel Trailer 10 ft. long.w/toilet, stove,
sink, no title. Call 371-2392.
4/7


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FOUND Brand New playpen, on Hwy. 27,.
Call to describe. 838-1463
4/7 .

MISSING- Cherished Black Lab/ Spaniel'
mix last seen wearing an orange collar
with a.-'lue Rabies lag Reward available-if"
found wani inrormallon dead or alive. Call
584-9892 or 843'0180
3/1tfnCH




WANTED: Pomeranian Pup, female, price
no object. Call 850-971-5270 leave
message if no answer,
4/7-5/3

Cocker Spaniel puppies. 10 weeks, with
health certificates, $150 call 352-498-8043
3/22-4/14

Small pony for sale, -bridle, saddle, blanket
included. Serious inquires only $600; 584-
7402
4/5-4/7
Female American Bulldog, 9 months old
beautiful dog must see, great with kids,
very loving asking $150 OBO.
Also FREE to a good home. Female
bobtail manx cat, already fixed, litter box
trained. Call 672-0994


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"NOW HIRING 2006" AVERAGE POSTAL EMPLOYEE
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1996 Thunderbird, moonroof, leather
interior, all power, 2001 Mustang HO
engine, rew trans., 373 POSI rear-end.
$3500 OJO 223-2979.
4/5-4/14

1996 Yamaha Royal Star Tour Classic
12,000 miles approximately. mint
condition, $6,500 OBO. 223-2979
.4/5-4/14

1988 Ford F150. Excellent Condition! Call
584-3107
4/5-4/14

2003 Silverido Chevrolet 1500 8 Cyl. -
Two Wheel Drive, Extended cab, 64,000
miles, Very good condition. $15,000 Call
584-2961
4/5-4/14

1988 Ford Custom Van,. runs & drives
great. $995. OBO 850-948-4869.
4/5EMC
1985 Buick Regal T-Top (blown engine)
Best offer. Call 223-2919 if interested.
3/29-4/11
1994 Cadilac loaded, cool A/C
$2,100 00. Mpdison County 850-948-4869
3/29tfnEMC

2003 Ford F-150 pickup, in excellent
condition' approximately 48,000 miles.
Take over payments Call 584-6474.
,3/31-4/12

'94' GMC Z-71 loaded, looks good, runs
good. $3 250 Call 850-94"-4869
3/31 EMC

'93' Jeep Grand Cherokee 4-wheel drive,
A/C $2.200 OBO 850-596-7484.
3,/31-4/12
1991 Chevrolet 1500 series HD, 4-wheel
drive, very good shape. $3700 OBO 352-
49842121. .
4/7-4/9


JD.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.
Licensed and insured Free estimates. We
also grind stumps Call today 838-1280.
Firewood for sale
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MURRAY SERVICES
Lawn Care & House Cleaning
Licensed and Bonded
Commercial & Residential
mowing weed eating, shrubbery care,
S'flower bedS1
F. REE ESTIMATES!!!
(Home) 850-584-8420
(Cell) 850-371-0530
3/29-4/7
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.
01/64tfnBR


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CLEANING

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

A+ Blanco Home Cleaning Service, (850)
672-1298, Letty Blanco, Licensed &
Insured.
3/15tfBCS
TREE REMOVAL, STUMP GRINDING
Free Estimates, Bucket Truck Available,
branches trimmed. Licensed & Insured.
Call John. (Sesock), (850). 584-2027 or
(850) 591-8301. .
'3/10-4/7
SPRINGTIME CLEANINGII!
Let us Spring Clean your Home! Window
and more, Free estimates call 584-2535 or
(cell) 295-0083. References Available.
3/15-4/7
Brenda & Teena's House Cleaning & Lawn
Mowing. Residential & Business,. For
Free Estimate call 850-223-2477,
4/7-5/31

Budd's Pressure washing. Lawn Service
Gutter Roof Cleaning and lois more, Call
for free estirrates 223-2342 If no answer
please leave message.
4/5-4/28

Excellent Care for your elderly loved one
Over 16' year; experience Relerences
available Call 584-5165 Please leave
name and number
4/5-4/14

Bush Hog Mowing, Dozer Work, Rake
Work, Land Clearing, Free Estimates. Call
(850) 843-2187.
4/5-9/15
House Cleaning & Lawn Service!
Licensed & Insured. FREE ESTIMATES!!
(cell)672-1714
4/5-4/14
STUMP GRINDING
PRESSuRE WAcHINi3.
Free Estimatesm
Call Billy Blue at
838-1307 or 672-0955
3/10tfnBB
Whole Sale Transmissions used & rebuilt.
I also buy old transmissions for Cores.
850-843-2904, or 850-584-3193.
3/8tfnRS

STUMPY SERVICES Pond Harvesting,
escavating, land clearing, landscape.
driveways elc.'850-973-3025.
3/29-4/21

The Handyman experts, honest wdrkl
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.
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NOTICE: LIEN SALE
Notice is hereby given to Lillle Mae .Gent
406 W. Folsom St. Pely, Florida 32348,
unless payment is made on Unit A-7
(Contents: household goods), contents
will be sold on the 14th day of April,
2006, at Handy Rentals Self Storage, 900
Industrial Park Dr., Perry, FL 32348.
4/7-4/14



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 06-138-CA
FRAN CARLTON,
Plaintiff,
-vs-
JENNIFER McNUTT,
Defendant. .
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that ANNIE MAE
MURPHY, Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Taylor County, Florida, will on the 2ND
Sday of May, 2006, at 11:00 a.m. at the
front door of the Taylor County
courthouse In-the City of Perry, Florida,
offer for sale and sell at public outcry to
the highest and best bidder for'cash,
the following descril:'ea c.r.:.peit,
situated In Taylor County, F io I,.1 to*..
Parcel No. 24-04-07-02849-000
LOT ONE (1) BLOCK iBt OF WESTSIDE
HEIGHTS, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR
PLAT OF SAID WESTSIDE HEIGHTS ON
RECORD IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE 73 OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF TAYLOR
COUNTY, FLORIDA
pursuant to the final judgment of
-,e':i.:o'..ui eni.,-ca ir. a case pending
;n lJ C.:.'rn Ire :r,le 'f
which is as 'set out above and the
docket number of which Is 06-138-CA.
WITNESS my hand and the official 'seal of
said Court, this 4th day of April, 2006.
ANNIE MAE MURPHY
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Taylor County, Florida
By: Marti Lavalle
Deputy Clerk
4/7, 4/14 .



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR 'TAYLOR.
COUNTY, FLORIDA .
CASE NO: 06-170-CP
DIVISION OF PROBATE ,
IN RE: The Estate of::
VERDIE EZELL OUTLER,
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
VERDIE EZELL OUTLER, deceased File
Number: 2006-170-CP, is pending In the
Circuit Court for Taylor County, Florida
probate division, the address of which Is
Post Office Box 620 Perry, Florida 32348.,
The name and address of the Personal
Representatives is set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against Decedent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice has been served,
must file their claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS. NOTICE OR THIRTY
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS JC'iiOCEt OCi THEi.1
All other creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands a3.gin;.. a.cej.2nt2, elare
Il ,, lu.3 r,jl-lmoture3 c c rnllgeni ,:,o
unllquldated c i:n;r-, mul i_1 irieir .claimi
with this court WITHIN THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE, OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
The date Of the first publication of this
notice Is February 24, 2006.
Personal, Representative Archie L. Austin
2140 johnson Stripling Road
Perry, FL 32347
Attorney for Personal Representative
Angela M. Ball
Attorney at Law
615 N. Jefferson St.
Perry, FL 32347
FL BAR 0796557
(850) 584-8960
FAX (850) 584-7907
ball law@hotmail.com
' 3/31,4/7


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Clarence E. English,
Plaintiff,
Case No. 2005-135-CA
v.
Douglas B. Dulln,
Defendant.
Amended Notice of Foreclosure Sale
Notice is hereby given' pursuant to a
Final Judgment of Foreclosure of
Mortgage dated this 16th day of March,
2006, and entered in Case No. 2005-
135-CA. of the Circuit Court of the Third
Judicial Circuit In and for Taylor County,
Florida. I will sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash at the West door of the


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Courthouse of the Taylor County-
Courthouse, In Perry, Florida, at 11-0(- 1-
a.m. on the 4th day of May, 2006 the.,
following described property as set fofth-
in said Final Judgment, to-wit:
Parcel 1: Commence at the Southeqst. "&
Corner of the West 1/2 of the NorthedAst, :
1/4 of thegSouthwest 1/4 of Section lQ,
Township 4 South, Range 7 Epst, thence.
run Wept 153 feet for a Point. of.
Beginning; thence from sola Poin-of
Beginning run North 210 feel thence jun .
South 315 feet; thence run Eas' 26? leer 4.
back.to the Point of Beginning, Located :2
in Taylor County, Florida. ...... -
Less and Except road right of way.
In accordance with the Americans with
Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), disabled
persons who, because of their
disabilities, need special
acorrimodatlon to participate In.this
.proceeding should contact' the ADA
Coordinator oat 108 N. Jefferson Street,,
1st Floor, Perry, Fl. 32347 or. Telephone .
Volce/TDD (850) 793-0215 'prior to such
'..ra mite I 7rr. ao' ofl F. laic 2L006
Annie Mae.Murphy .
Clerk of Circuit Court .. -- -
By Kelli V. Stroud
Deputy Clerk
3/31, 4/7 .

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD JUDICIAL .
CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION .
Case ino 06-1P6-CP
in Pe Ire Estate of:
VERA B. BOWDN --N,
e.-ceaied '
rOTiCE iO CREDITORS'
The administration of .the estate of VERA:
B. BOWDEN, deceased, whose date of:
death was March 16, 2006;-File Number',
06-186-CP Is pending In the Circuit Court'
for Taylor County;, Flqrflda, Proiate .';
Division, the addiess or which Pos .
Office Box 620, Perryv Flodao 234i8 ne
,arne and address of me petsonoa
reoi-esenitlve Oana he personal
representatives otrrornev are set torth" -
below,
All creditors of the decedent,Ond other
persons having claims or demands .
against-depedenmrs estate. on .;nom a
=copv or this notice nas Deen sete-ed.:
-.st ti e their claims Awiih rirs cou t i ,
A'1'HlrIJ IH LATER OP 3 MOrnHS AFIEQl
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE TIME 4
OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
SON THEM,
All other creditors of tie aecedent and o
other, persons h:cing caimlrs- -or .
demands against aecedeng estoae -
must file their claims with inis court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE pATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED. WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILEP.TWO2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S -.
DATE OF DEATH IS TARRED.
The dote of first publication of this notice
Is: MARCH 31,2006.-
SMITH, SMITH & MOORE .
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, P.A.
MICHAEL S. SMITH
Attorney for PersonalRepresentative
Flooda Bar No. 169621
P.O. Drawer 579
Perry, Florida 32348-
Telephone: (850) 584-3812
Fax: (850) 584-7148
JOHN D. YARBROUGH
Personal Representative
5', 0 S elfters.on Street
Perry, FL 32347
3/31,'4/7

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN THE THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
GUOYU GUO
Petitioner / Husband,
Case No. 05-865-DR

LI LI LIN
Respondent / Wife. "
NOTICE OF ACTION -
TO: LI L'LIN -
YOU ARE' HEREBY NOTIFIED that a PeTlfbrto
for Dissolution of Marriage ihas beenfllfd" :
against you and .you are required:to
serve a copy of your written defenses, if
any, to It on the plaintiff's attorney,
MICHAEL S. SMITH, SMITH, SMIT-t &
MOORE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, P.A,, P.O.
Drawer 579, Perry, Florida 32348, on-or
before APRIL 30, 2006, and file--the
original answer or pleading with 1he
Clerk of this Court either before service
on the Petitioner's attorney -or
Immediately thereafter; otherwisea'-
default will be entered against you' for
the relief demanded ip the Pettio fn'or
Dis,:.lutliorn of Marriage.
WITNESS my hand and official seaf, this
29th day of March, 2006.
ANNIE MAE MURPHY,
Clerk of the Circuit Court .. '
Taylor County, Florida
By: Marti'Lavalle .
Deputy Clerk
3/31, 4/7





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