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54.






Est. 1889


-June 16-17. 2006


Tree Capital of the South


News


Forum

LOOK
LISTEN
& LIVE

OPERATION i
LIFE6VERa

Get 'on track' with
railroad safety
The Taylor County Public Library
.will present "Operation Lifesaver," a
program on railroad safety,
Wednesday, June 21, at 3 p.m.
"Joins us for this fun and
information program," Youth Services
Program Coordinator Melanie
Henderson-Lowe said. Admission "is
free.

Celebrate FCAT
.success at TCMS!:
The FCAT celebration for Taylor
County Middle School, which was
canceled Tuesday because of
Tropical Storm Alberto, has been re-
scheduled for Friday, June 23, from
5:30 until 7:30 p.m. in the TCMS gym.
Students should bring FCAT
celebration tickets with them for
admission.

Vintage music
'Live! at Dowling
Park' today
The 18th annual "Live! at Dowling
Park" artist series at Advent Christian
Village will host its season finale
concert today (Friday)'. featuring
guitarisfKen Lelen. -
Lelen will perform "vintange music
on vintage instruments" at 3 p.m. in
Dacier Manor and at 7 p.m. in Phillips
Dining Hall. Tickets are $12 for adults
and $3 for children.

TRUE meets
Monday
TRUE (Taylor Residents United for
the Environment) members will hold
their monthly meeting Monday, June
19, at the Hampton Inn meeting room,
starting at 7 p.m. All concerned about
the effects of the proposed coal plant
are invited to attend.

Free blood
pressure checks
Covenant Hospice will be
administering free blood pressure
checks Tuesday, June 20, at the
Taylor County Senior Center. The free
service will be available from 10:30
a.m. to noon.

Weather team
here tonight
Don't miss WCTV's Pinpoint
Weather team during a special town
hall meeting tonight (Friday) at Taylor
County High School, starting at 7 p.m.


Index

Lin,3...age ,-,-4

Religion ...pa? ,-7

Looking 5ack...page B-2
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Leads district in FCAI scoring




Steinhatchee School earns 'A'


Steinhatchee School appears to
be setting an example for others in"
the district to follow--earning an
"A" designation from the Florida
Department of Education.
"We're really proud of
Steinhatchee School," said
Director of Instruction Wanda
Kemp. "It's a tremendous
accomplishment to come from a 'C'
to an 'A' in a single year, and it is a
direct result of determined effort
on the part of the teachers and
students."
School scores were released by
DOE Wednesday and local
officials called the results "good,


Former


resident


killed in


car crash


Tuesday s
Tropical
contributed


,as well as disappointing."
Perry Primary, and Taylor
County Elementary School
maintained .a "C" grade, even
though the student learning gains at
both schools were among the
highest in the state, Kemp said.
Taylor County, Middle School


also maintained a "B," missing an
"A" by only 1 point, she added.
"That was. such a heart-breaking
disappointment for all of us. We're
proud of the 'B,' but to be'that close
to an 'A' and not make' it is a real
bummer," Kemp added.
"However, I know that this will


only provide incentive to the
teachers, staff and students at the
middle school for them to rally and
achieve an 'A next year."
At Taylor County High School,
the grade continues to be a "D,"
even though TCHS earned enough
points to be a "C" school and


showed encouraging learning gains
in reading and math.
"This is what happened to us last
year," said Kemp. "We had enough
points to be a 'C' school, but did not
move the required 50 percent plus
"* Please see page 2


heavy rains from
Storm Alberto
to a three-vehicle


crash in Tallahassee that killed 26-
year-old Christina Frances,
formerly of Perry.
Frances, who was an ER nurse at
Capital Regional Medical Center,
was driving a Ford Explorer south
on .Thomasville Road when--for
unknown reasons--she lost control
of the SUV.
The \ ehicle crossed the median
into northbound traffic, where it
was then struck by a Dodge truck
and an Isuzu Rodeo.
"The vehicle overturned and
was stopped by a pedestrian
guardrail and a power pole," Sgt.
David Frimmel of the Leon
County Sheriffs Office (LCSO)
said.
"Mrs. Frances was entrapped in
the vehicle and was being attended
to by i (personnel) from the
Tajlaha;,_ee Fire Department and
Leon County Emergency Medical
Services (EMS). She was
pronounced dead at the scene,"
Frimmel said. "Mr. Frances and
the other persons in the other'
vehicles were treated at the scene
or taken to the hospital, treated and
released."
Frances' husband, Lawrence,
"- Please see page 2


.. .7ori,*ne -15. 2006, as his lucky day--the day he escaped serious injury in a one-
ve0h"ic08 ,s de^".^'lejuMst don't walk away from," according to emergency responders at the
t.r*O5 a. m. Thursday, at the Taylor-Jefferson County line on Highway 98. According
't St 4A-- f y-t^d Simhion was eastbound on Highway 5 when he drove into
'k 'i w,?d the highway, but continued to ride the shoulder of the road, clipping
*" si,'-whlch was unloaded--finally came to a stop after plowing into a tree
tin'thetOittot;ale .traveling behind the semi applied heavy braking and skidded to
a at p.ju N.. e Jg truck., Lundy said.





County 'red flags' ATV race
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An ATV racing event scheduled
for later this month, which would
have been televised on ESPN2, has
been canceled after the county
commission ordered an injunction
to stop it.
The commission's decision came
after several months of talks with
the track's owner, Donald Blue,'
and a number of his neighbors,
who complained about the noise


and dust resulting from practices
held there.
Blue, owner of Blue. Rok
construction, first appeared before
the commission in April,
requesting a special permit to hold
the event June 24-25.
At the time, however, there was
no county ordinance allowing such
an event to be held. The only
existing ordinance regarding such


special events specifically refers to
mud bog events and would not
apply to an ATV race.
Blue told commissioners he
would talk to his neighbors to get
them to agtee to him hosting the
event and the commission
requested that County 'Attorney
Coniad Bishop draft an amended
mud-bog ordinance to include
language for "power motor sports."


Commissioners also agreed to
allow Blue to begin the application
process for the special event using
the existing ordinance until a new,
ordinance could be passed. This.
they said, would expedite the-,
procedure and give Blue a chance
to complete the process before the
event was to be held.
"* Please see page 3


Monday is final deadline


The final deadline for candidates
seeking to qualify for the
upcoming Primary Election by the
petition method is Monday, June
19, at noon.
Candidates who do not qualify
by the petition method face paying
fees of up to $1,600.
Supervisor of Elections Molly H.
Lilliott encourages candidates to


return their petitions "sooner,
rather than later." All petitions
must be verified by the elections
office.
Under' the alternative method,
candidates are required to submit
the equivalent of one percent of the
total registered voters per district:
District 1, 23 petitions; District 2,
18 petitions; and District IV, 26


petitions.
Two county seats will appear on
the ballot, representing districts '2
and 4. Three school board seats are
slated for election in districts 1, 2
and 4.
The Primary Election will be
held Tuesday, Sept. 5.
'* Please see page 2


A bittersweet good-bye


All new
Pete and Edith Fortner are celebrating the opening of their
new 28,000-square-foot Badcock Furniture & More
showroom, the largest of its kind in North Florida. Located at
1225 South Jefferson Street, the store is more than twice the
size of the previous showroom. The couple, joined by their
daughter Diane and son Tim, have owned and operated the
franchise since 1977. "We are planning for the future with a
new store and ,think,, this will be a real asset for the
community," the Fortners said.


By MARK VIOLA
Staff writer
It was a year of new
experiences--at times exciting and,
at other times, frightening.
It was a year of new families and
new friends, unfamiliar cultures
and unexpected places.
For the past nine months, Taylor
County has been the adopted home
for six foreign exchange students.
For three of those .students, this
past weekend was a bittersweet
time as they prepared to return
home.
A going away party was held last
Friday underneath shade trees in
the yard of one 'of their host
families, with several of their new
friends there to wish them well.
Everyone gathered around a picnic


table laden with homemade salads,
sub sandwiches and two buckets of
extra crispy fried chicken.
.The party capped off a day of
tubing down the Ichetucknee
River.
For Lara. Abou Shakra of
Lebanon, this past year's trip began
when her teacher passed out
applications for the exchange
program.
"I didn't know anything about
the program, but the teacher said it
would be a cultural experience,"
Shakra said.
Two written tests and and a pair
of interviews with representatives
from the U.S. Embassy later, she
was accepted into the program.
The biggest difference she faced
upon arriving here in Perry? It


wasn't the culture or the language,
it was the wildlife.
"I live in a city," Shakra said. "I
was really frightened of animals."
"I was really scared at first out in
the woods. It was so quiet. I had to
leave the t.v. on."
Nine months later?
"I'm not frightened now. I even
rode a horse. My host family (Don
and Michelle Curtis) took me
fishing. I caught a flounder.
"I even touched it," she added.
For her the most memorable
moments of the past year were
Grad Night and prom.
"Back home, proms are private,"
she said, hosted by wealthy
families. "If you're not invited, you
"-* Please,-see page 5


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-June 16-17. 2006






A-2 Perry News-Herald


June 16-17, 2006


Kemp: 'School grades do


not reflect learning


Living proof
The mangled remains of a log truck rest against an uprooted
tree two miles west of the Taylor County line on Highway 98.
The driver of the semi' escaped with only minor injures,
according to the Florida Highway Patrol, "mainly because he
was wearing his seatbelt."


Harris holds breakfast

'meet-and-greet' here

Saturday at Rose Head
Congresswoman and U.S. senate candidate Katherine Harris will attend
a meet-and-greet with Taylor County supporters Saturday, June 17, at 8
a.m., at Rosehead Junction, downtown Perry, located at 101 E. Jefferson.
"I look forward to visiting with friends and supporters in Perry on
Saturday, and returning to Taylor County during the course of the
campaign," Harris said.

For county, school board


Candidates listed


DEADLINE
Continued from page 1
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elections office to date are:
--Circuit Court Judge (Group 5):
James Roy Bean (nonpartisan)
--County Court Judge: Angela
'M. Ball and Stephen '"Buddy"
'Murphy (both nonpartisan).
--County Commission, District
'2: Louis "Sonny" Parker (R), Cecil
'A. Padgett (D) and Mark D.


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Continued from page 1
of lower quartile students.
"Forty-seven percent of that
quartile made learning gains, but it
was just not enough to make the.
'C.' That three percent deficit
probably represents less than 10-15
students, but what a difference it
makes," said Kemp. "It's very
.. disappointing, because the
' teachers, administrators and staff at
TCHS had a strong plan and
worked it very smartly to raise the
lower quartile scores. "We saw
improvement, just not enough in
that one area to get us off the 'D'
list and on the coveted 'C' or better
list."
TaN lor Learning Center did not
receive a school grade, but like all
the other schools .in the district,
achieved learning .gains, one of
which was with their Florida
Writes scores. T C scored number,
one in the entire state with
impro% ement in Florida Writes.
"I'm going to speak very frankly
here," added Kemp, "because our
people deserve it. Perhaps more
than any other year since school'
grading began, the school grades
this year simply do not do justice to
the learning gains made at our
schools, and in that respect we feel
a degree of disappointment for our
administrators, teachers and
especially for our students.
"If school grades were based on
the percentage of learning gains,
we'd be an 'honor roll' system.
However, I do not want that to take,
away from the obvious
improvements made this year--an
'A' at Steinhatchee, and just one
point from an 'A' at TCMS. Both
these schools confirm that honor
roll status is possible at all our
schools, and we're, focused on that
goal," she added.


"Taylor County schools continue
to surpass or hold their own with
most of the surrounding districts
whose demographics are similar to
ours. In researching the FCAT
data & Adequate Yearly Progress
data from eight neighboring
districts, including Madison,
Jefferson, Dixie, Hamilton and
Wakulla, our elementary,
middle and high school data is
right at the top at all three levels,
especially in terms of learning
gains. That is encouraging and
it's a gauge for us to use to
check our progress as a
district.
"We've already begun our
analysis process, meeting with
principals and staff to determine
what we can do, based on our data,
to improve the teaching and
learning process for next year.
We're excited about the
possibilities which 2006-07 holds
for us as a school district and we're
looking forward to getting our
system solid enough that we
become the honor roll school
district we want and that our
students, teachers, staff and
community deserve," said Kemp.
"This year's grades gave us some
real success and some real
disappointment, and I say
disappointment only because I
know how hard and smart our
administrators, teachers, students,
and staff work to, achieve
proficiency, and when we do not
make honor roll status, it hurts,"
said Superintendent of Schools
Oscar Howard Jr. "However, we're
not wasting any time on
complaining about this year's
grades. We're already working on
what we can do to improve next
year's grades.
"We're looking at our data; we
will analyze and develop our plan
for next year. We can do better. We


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CAR CRASH
Continued from page 1


who was in the car with her, was
not seriously injured.
"Mrs. Frances was wearing a
seatbelt.,An investigation is being
conducted; however, due to the
conditions, the number of vehicles
involved and the weather, it is very
complex. Hopefully a cause will be
determined in the next couple of
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Jefferson counties.
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Man attempts to buy gun, threatens president


Law enforcement officers have
been dispatched to a wide variety,
of crimes this week, including one
man's threat to kill the president
and another's attempt to leave a gas
station with the nozzle in his tank.
According to a report filed by
Perry Police Department (PPD)
Ptl. David Kelly, a St. Petersburg
man, later identified as Kit
Mitchum, 57, went into Wal-Mart
Monday and was "looking at a
shotgun and talking about how bad
the gun laws were.
"He said he needed to go-to the
top of the chain and take. care of
things," said Kelly. "He told the
store associate that he wanted to
purchase the gun and three boxes
of ammo so he could kill the
president of the United States."
The associate then took the gun
away from Mitchum and refused to
sell it to him. While the associate
was .ringing up other items which
the man was purchasing, Mitchum
told him that he was staying at the
Gandy Motor Lodge. ,
Kelly and PPD Ptl. Garrett


Campbell went to the motel and
confronted Mitchum, who was
"extremely loud and nervous acting
as he told us he was diagnosed in
the past as a schizophrenic and had
been Baker Acted several times in
the past.
"Mitchum allowed us into his
room and we saw seven different
knives lying around," said Kelly.
"He stated that he didn't like
authority figures and said that we
all hide behind our badges and are
cruel to people because we are
bigger than everyone else.
"He also said that he was off his
prescribed medications for the
disorder and that he would not take
them.
"We then decided to Baker Act
Mitchum due to his threat that he
was going to kill the president,
being off his medication and
having seven knives in his
apartment," said Kelly. "I felt he
was a danger to himself as well as
to others."
Mitchum was transported to
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital's


psychiatric wing for evaluation.
Last Friday, PPD Ptl. Dwight
Norris made a traffic stop on a
suspicious car and ended up
making a drug bust.
Norris said he identified the
driver of the car as Alec Draher, 19,
of Punta Gorda, and Steven
Alexander Jr., 20, of Perry.
"While talking to them, the men
were acting very nervous. The
passenger, Alexander, was visibly
shaking as he handed me his
identification," Norris said.
"I had seen the car at the 98 Bar
earlier and I asked what they were
doing on the bar property, when
there were signs posted on the
outside of the establishment saying
no one under 21 could be there.
Draher said he was talking to a
friend," said Norris.
"I asked Draher if there was
anything illegal inside the vehicle.
He said there wasn't and that I
could search it. He- then said there
might be a little marijuana inside
the car.
"As PPD Ptl. Lin Gray. removed


Alexander from the passenger side,
I saw a bag of marijuana lying in
the floor between his feet. 'I
continued my search and six more
bags of cannabis were found."
The two men were separately
transported to the county jail. After
arriving there, Gray discovered a
bag of marijuana, under his back
seat where Alexander' had been
sitting.
The two men were charged with
possession of cannabis with intent
to sell, trespass and possession of
alcohol by a person under 21 years
of age.
PPD Ptl. Wesley Cooper said he
received a call last Friday from
dispatch, saying that a driver was
leaving Aman's Store in Eridu with
the gas pump handle still in the fill
spout of his truck, and the man was
dragging the hose. down the
road.
Cooper spote.. ihe. mann' truck,
traveling -outh toound to'. ard Perry
and pulled luhi over rne.l Pisgah
Church. The stori. omner. lohn
Aman, 45. v. ho d followed the


suspect, Joel Bryant Duerr, 20, of
Eridu, also pulled over.
"Aman said that Duerr came into
his store and purchased some gas
for his truck and also a pack of
cigarettes," said Norris. "Aman
said he noticed that Duerr shorted
him $2 on the purchases, so he
went to the gas pump and told
Duerr that he owed him $2.
"Duerr said, that he did not have
,'any more money to give him, so
.:,\manii told him to give him back
,'ihc cigarettes and they would call it
'e eci, to which Duerr reluctantly

- Amin. said he went back inside
he .ore and soon heard a loud
nri.e When he went outside, he
..,.I he saw Duerr's vehicle driving
;'but of the parking lot with the gas


pump's handle and hose hanging
out of the side of the truck," Norris
said.
"Aman also' said that Duerr
drove a short distance on Hwy. 19
and stopped his vehicle, pulled the
handle and hose from the side of
the truck, threw it to the ground
and drove off."
A check revealed that Duerr had
an active warrant for his arrest
from Collier County.
* Duerr was arrested and
transported to the county jail,
where he was charged with
criminal mischief, driving with
license suspended or revoked
(knowingly) and the active
warrant.
Damage to the gas pump was
estimated at $325.


Blue: 'Commisson's mistake led to cancellation'


ATV RACE
Continued from page 1,
:A public hearing was then held at
the commission's May 1 meeting to
approve repealing the mud-bog
ordinance and establish a special
dvent permit regulating power
rhotor sports.
-: At the hearing, Blue did
i. ot appear to speak--he later
told commissioners he was out of
twwn--but several of his neighbors
did appear, continuing to complain
about the track and the proposed
event.
It was the opinion of most of the
commissioners that the practices
lieing held at the track were private
in nature since it was only Blue and
his associates who. used it and he
was not charging for its use.'
Therefore, they said, it was a civil
matter between Blue and the
neighbors.
After a lengthy discussion,
Commissioner Jack Brown offered
a motion tol deny passage of the
Ordinance and instead have Bishop
draft a new ordinance just for
jower motor sports, leaving the
mud-bog ordinance as it. was.
Commissioner Malcolm Page
$econded and the measure passed
.4-0.
The race once again was brought
up. at the June 5 meeting, with
Blue, his attorney and some 10 of
his 'neighbors appearing to speak.
Jeff Asher, one of Blue's
neighbors, told commissioners that
r race track was not allowed on
land'zoned Agricultural II, which
be said Blue's land was.
i.Accdrding to the county's
comprehensive plan, Agricultural
II allows for outdoor recreational
activities. The definition of such
activities specifically excludes race
tracks.
High intensity commercial uses
do include race tracks, but only
mixed use urban development and
industrial zones allow for such
uses.
Blue then addressed the



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commission, along with his lawyer,
Hayden Haskins from the firm
Fisher, Butts, Sechrest & Warner,
stating that he had already signed a
contract to host the event, which
was to be part of the PowerSports
ATV Tour.
According to Blue, he had a
conversation with Bishop, who
told him there were no laws
forbidding him from holding the
event.
, Bishop disagreed with what was
said during the conversation,
pointing out that Blue had not held
up his end of his agreement from
April, in which he had said he
would get his neighbors to agree
with the race.
The proposed power motor
sports ordinance requires a waiver
be signed by adjoining property
owners if the event is held within
660 feet the property line.
Talks between the parties and
commissioner lasted for more than
45 minutes with no agreement,
reached.
Commissioner Page then called
for a motion, citing the


comprehensive plan's restrictions,
asking Bishop to file an injunction
against holding the race or
practices at the site.
Haskins said the wording for
practices was vague, and Brown
suggested changing it to state
"commercial practices."
The motion passed unanimously.
, Commissioners also later
approved advertising the power
motor sports ordinance for a public
hearing, set for July 10.
On June 7, PowerSports
Entertainment issued a press
release stating the race had been
canceled. "We were looking
forward to racing in Florida on the,
new track there, and we were
frankly shocked the county
commission made this decision so
close to the event," said President
Scott O'Malley. "This event has
been on our schedule for several
months, and the county had
granted permission to the. track
owner which it has now chosen to
revoke for reasons out 'of :'oitur
control."
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Marne Helberg, Jeanne
Hilgendorf, Bert Sabol and Esther
Ehle were hostesses for the April
29 luncheon meeting of the
Roseheads, Perry's original chapter
of the Red Hat Society. This
event was held at noon at the
'Golden Pear Restaurant in Mayo
with 16 Red Hatters (50 and older)
and two Pink Hatters (under 50) in
attendance.
A red hat marked the entrance to
the dining area reserved for the
Roseheads. Each lady was
presented a name tag and
instructions for a modified game
of Bingo. Tables, covered with
white cloths, were decorated with
red and purple flower petals; places
were marked with hat-shaped,
chocolate confections, covered
with Red Hat cellophane, holding,


place cards. Small votive candles
in glass containers corhpleted the
Red Hat theme.
Helberg rang the Red Hat bell
and welcomed everyone, while
Ehle offered the blessing. A
lunch of grilled shrimp or chicken
on salad, topped with poppy seed
dressing, was served with coffee
and dessert.
Mary Becht reversed her colors
because it was her birthday month,
and everyone sang, "Happy
Birthday."
Debi Limoges reminded
members that "it's not too early to
think about a float for next year's
Florida Forest Festival parade."
She congratulated the leadership
for the Relay For Life team.
Members were informed that a
plaque for earning the Spirit


Award will be displayed at Sisters'
Tea Room, "our home base." A
party to celebrate the 2006 Relay
and to plan for next year's event
will be held Saturday, June 24, at
Sisters'. "All 2006 team members'
are invited; any Rosehead member
interested in Relay For Life can
attend, as long as space is
available," said Cheryl Gregory.
"Please call me as soon as
possible if you can attend this
celebration and planning session."
Queen Mother Hattie Adams
reported on the ice- cream party
that was held Tuesday, April 25,
at Rosehead Junction. A total of
25 ladies from three chapters
enjoyed celebrating the eighth.
anniversary of the, Red Hat
Society.


Sandy Toes Red Hatters
Nine ladies met in May at Mama's Restaurant in Perry to continue the formation of the Sandy
Toes Red Hatters. This group of red and pink hatted beach area residents is still open to new
members--but is filling up fast! The Red Hat Society is a social organization where there is
fun after 50 (and before) for women of all walks of life. Please contact "Her Royal Beach Bag"
Queen Mother Marcia Parker at (850) 578-2582 for more information. Sandy Toe members
shown here are: Patti Causey, Jean Farrill, Carol Gay, Wendy Johnson, Alice LengI, Marcia,
Parker, Lynette Senter, Alice Silveira and Carole Taitt.


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Lauren is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benny Blue.
She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Blue
and the late Sherald and Alice McLain. She is the
great granddaughter of the late Talmage and Maggie
Whiddon and Sibyl Blue and the late Woodrow Blue.
Cori is the son and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Johnson
and Mrs. and Mrs. Tim Davis. He is the grandson of
Mrs. and Mrs. Don Hathcock, Ray Johnson and the
late Jean Johnson and Mrs. and Mrs. Donnie Tuten.
He is the great grandson of Mrs. Tillie Mae Roberts
and the late Arto Whiddon, and the late George Elton ,
and Norva Hathcock, the late Don and Lucille Barefoot
and the late Ray and Margaret Johnson.
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Jr.-Sr. prom was 'highlight' for visiting exchange students


GOOD-BYE
Continued from page 1

you don't get to go."
As for Grad Night, her visit to
Walt Disney World was" "so
awesome and so fun," she said,
adding that her favorite ride was,
Space Mountain.
What's next for her? She still
needs to complete her senior year
back in Lebanon and then she'
plans to go to college to pursue a
double major in political science
and architecture.
"I want to, work and have a,
career and then become a
politician," she said.
"I made a lot of friends. I want
to thank everybody at the school
and my host family."
Farheen Fatima of Pakistan
entered the exchange program
because she wanted to come to the
United States.
"It was hard to leave my family,
but I got over it soon after I got
here."
Like Shakra, she said one of the
biggest differences was coming to
a small town. Fatima's home is in
Kariachi, the largest city in
Pakiidan with a population of
more than 10 million.
The other differences she had to
face here were the food and the
family life.
The food in Pakistan, she said,
is very spicy, while most of the
food here was salted. Also, she
came from a large extended family
and the transition to staying with
just'her host mother and father
took some time for adjustment.
"I made lots of friends here,"
Fatima said. "More friends .than I
know of."
She was chosen to attend the
Better Understanding for a Better
World conference held in February
at Walt Disney World. The five-
day event brought students from
18 countries including students
from around the United States to
discuss their various cultures and
religions. Fatima was the only
girl from Pakistan at the
conference.
"We participated .in activities
and consulted with each other to
come up with solutions to
problems," Fatima said. "They
\,Lcre, trying to create better
uriidL r,.anflng'btecati'.c he)y sceus '
as future leaders. If we have better
understanding now, we can work
together in the future."
Fatima plans to go to college in


Pakistan and then return to the
U.S. to study law.
Rami Alsharjabi from Yemen

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beginning of the day. We don't
have proms so it was something
different to try," he said.
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He joined the Taylor County
High School soccer team this
year, although the arrangement of


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A going-away party was held last Friday to say good-bye to three for
were spent the past school year in Perry.
joined the exchange program I V ,j ,
because his friends did. '
"I was at school with my friends
and they told me about a program .. .
that gave scholarships to go to the .*
United States. So I went with my
friends and took the test and got .,
in. "
According to Alsharjabi, it took .
some time to .get used to the "
different culture in the United .
States with the way people act and
how families relate to each other. '. .'
At first, he received many phone '
calls from home, but as he settled ;
in, there weren't as many.
For him, senior prom was the '
most memorable moment of the '
year.
"I was with my friends from the M i n. I M if 1.h V.i iit &. i
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his classes at school took some
time to get used to.
"Here we changed classes seven
times a day. Back home we stayed
in one class, but the teachers
changed rooms. We had a different
schedule each day.
"Before I came here I had
determined some things. Now I
have a second home because I
lived here. I made so many friends
over' here. I could call them
brothers, they're more than
friends."
Alsharjabi plans to finish his
senior year back in Yemen and
then return to Florida to attend
college. He hopes to pursue a
degree in computer programming.


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a thing that I say. I ju,
one more time 7n this

All my love and lo
Daddy, my hero,
S.I miss yo
4n


Shakra, Fatima and Alsharjabi
left Perry Sunday to travel to
Washington, D.C., where they
were spending this week in a
conference to help them get ready
to return home.
"When we go back, it will be a
culture shock again," Fatima said.
All three students were here
from the U.S. State Department's
Youth Exchange and Study (YES)
Program, which was established in
October, 2002. The program
provides scholarships for students
from countries with significant
Muslim populations to spend up
to one school year in the U.S.


Lonnie.& Daddy
If I could talk to you right now
I would tell you both that
w I loveyou.
Would tell you how blessed I -
, was to have had you in my life,..
to have known your
beautiful hearts.
Although we cannot share
a hug, a smile or a
tender touch...
I hope you know that you are
"forever" in my heart..
/Happy Father's Day


1_ a -a


Dad.
SYou have been
there for me through
thick and thin.
You are the
greatest Dad.
I will never forget all
the things \ou have
clone for nie.
Happy Father's

Day




In Memory of

My Daddy

Jr. Blanton


~7.


Happy Father's Day


I have always been a daddy's girl, Since diaper days and baby curls.
You held my hand and sang me songs, You recognized my rights
and disciplined my wrongs.
You used to say "don't suck your thumb," And "stop biting your nails."
And "the punishment won't be as bad, if you don't tell any tales."
You helped me with my homework, Until I understood.
-And when I thought I couldn't, You reassured me that I could.
You still had faith and believed in me,.As my rebellious years came and went.
You always let me know, You stood behind me one hundred percent.
All the times I felt like a failure, You knew just what to say.
To let me know you would still love me, Let come what may.
There can't be a better Daddy, Than the one I have always had.,
You were always there for me, I'm so thankful to call you "Dad."
I know at one time I was the "apple of your eye."
And then I grew up, As time passed by.
I made some mistakes, We didn't always agree.
But what pulled me through those times, Was your love you gave to me.
Anyone who knows you can understand why, I love you so much Daddy.
You are the "apple of my eye."
I love you and miss you, Your Baby Girl...Gena


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A-6 Perry News-Herald June 16-17, 2006


.... 'Dogs in summer


A basketball league


Fishing OK after storm


By PAT McGRIFF
One More Cast Guide Service
,Dodged a bullet from Alberto,
'the water should be calmed back
down by the weekend.
Trout fishing has been great of
,late with lots of trout over 20
inches long for my charters. Reds
have been hit and. miss.
Cobia have been plentiful with
lots of young immature fish under
the slot limit. Remember a cobia
must be 33 inches long inside to
the fork of the tail to the tip of its,
nose; not 33 inches overall! Lately
some folks seem to be missing
..7-that?
My charter last week, Kathy and
Joe Scalpi of Panama City Beach,
had eight trout, a Spanish and a
26-inch redfish on Wednesday,
then 10 trout and two reds on
Thursday. They had three trout
over 20 inches long Thursday. We
were fishing with live pinfish
under Cajun Thunders both days.
Saturday, I had Daniel and his
son 'Ethan Edwards of
Murfreesboro, Tenn., and they
landed 11 trout with three over 20
.-inches long, all caught on live
pinfish fished under a 2.5 -inch


oval Cajun Thunder.
Edward Thomas took Charles
and Kenneth Bennett of
,Lawrenceville; Ga., Jerry
Braselton of Monroe and Ronny
Gonzales of Comer, Ga., out and
they brought in 23 trout on Friday
with two flounder, then had 25
trout Saturday with three .reds 23,
26 arid 29 inches long. (released
the 29-inch one) Edward is fishing
with Berkley Gulp shrimp under
Cajun Thunders in five feet of
water.
Offshore Ben Barbee, Billy
Pillow and I managed to get out
last Friday and brought in three
grouper, six mangos (Ben had one
over six pounds) and five red
snapper with 13 triggerfish from
all sorts of depths...and all sorts of
baits...suffice it to say you really
ought'a try in 45 feet of .water,
with squid...of course!
A weather update from Keaton
Beach Marina: "'No high water
. whatsoever. Very little high winds
and then only for a couple of
hours as Alberto passed. The water
should be back to normal by
Friday if not before."


Randy Powell of Clermont, Fla.,, caught this fine 25-inch tr
recently while fishing with Pat McGriff of One More Cast Gu
Service.


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F 16
16-
16.
16


Sal17
17
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17

Su18
18
18
18

M 19
19
19
19


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High
Low
High


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High
Low
High

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High'
Low
High

Low
High
Low
High


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6:53 AM
12:04 PM
-5:51 PM

1:05 AM
7:36 AM
1:13 PM
7:01 PM

1:52 AM
8:21 AM
2:35 PM
8:33 PM

2:43 AM
9:09 AM
4:03 PM
10:20 PM


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3.0
1.5
3.4

0.1
3.0
1.4
3. 1

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Low
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Low
High

Low
High.
Low

High
Low
High
Low

High
Low
High
Low


3:40 AM
10:01 AM
5:23 PM
11:55 PM

4:40 AM
10:54 AM
6:29 PM

1:08 AM
5:40 AM
11:46 AM
7:26 PM

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School summer basketball
program has the Bulldogs
participating in league play for the
.7 first time.
In addition to camps, Taylor
County plays Tuesday nights in a
a Tallahassee league that includes
Leon, Lincoln, NFC, Maclay,
Pope John Paul II, Apalachicola,
Florida High and others from the
Big Bend.
,TCHS opened ,play June 6 with
a two-game split with Lincoln,
then followed up June 13 by
out defeating NFC and Pope John
ide Paul II back-to-back. ,
With the 'Dogs losing four
seniors from last year's 3A state
,semi-final team, Coach John
Davies is looking to get next
year's potential players as much
experience as possible this
S summer.
Taylor County has been led this
summer by rising seniors Marquis
Ellis and Jabaree ,Williams. Ellis
has shown early signs of filling
the scoring void left by the
graduation of All Big Bend Player
of the Year.Toney Powell.
4 Williams looks to give the
Bulldogs a consistent, high/low
post scoring threat. Backing up
Williams is senior newcomer
Drew Southerland.
Added to the mix is Taylor
County's quickest' player senior
Chad Ellis and sophomore Matt
Burrell is quickly making his
presence felt both as a' scorer and a
rebounder.
6 Juniors Greg Sneed and Greg
Flowers both return after seeing


varsity action last season. Senior
returnees Gerald Walker and Tony
Jones provide quality depth at the
guard position for the Bulldogs.
Sophomores Brychoski Jackson
and Curtis Jones are playing
significant roles this summer
while obtaining some varsity
experience.
"This summer we are focusing
almost exclusively on 'how to
* play' rather than 'what to do,'"
Coach Davies said. "We are far
less concerned right now with Xs
and Os than we are about creAting
a style of play that includes
sprinting the floor at all times,
putting the success of the team
above individual goals and playing
through missed calls and
mistakes."
The Bulldogs will participate in
Team Camp USA June 16-18 then
travel to Leon June 27 to continue
league play.

Kids baseball

camp Monday
Coach Reggie Wentworth will
be conducting a baseball camp for
youngsters ages 7-10 next week at
the T-ball fields adjacent to the
city pool.
The camp will run daily,
Monday through Thursday (June
19-22), from 9 a.m. until, noon.
The cost of the camp is $40 per
player and includes drinks and a
camp t-shirt.
For more information, or to
sign-up, contact Wentworth at
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Neiv Beginning salutes fathers a Saturday sale benefits college student 18,at 8 a.m., embracing the theme, "Voices of Admonition;~
Sunday, June 18, at 2 p.m., New Beginning Church of God on Hampton The Community Church of Perry is staging a yard, bake and craft sale ,Worshipping God of One Accord."
Springs Road will celebrate Father's Day. The speaker will be the Rev.' this Saturday, June 17, from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the AmVets Post on The speaker will be Minister Lee Woods of Mt. Sinai Holy Church i
Melvin Winton Jr. of Philadelphia Missionary Baptist Church in Lake City. Woods Creek Road. Proceeds will benefit Beth Callaway, a 19-year-old Mayo.
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He is married to the former Kathy L. woodfaulk of Perry.
Pastor Carrie C. White urges everyone to "come out and let us have a
joyous time in the Lord, celebrating Father's Day."
Men's Day planned on Father's Day,
Antioch Missionary Baptist Church will celebrate its annual Men's Day
on Sunday, June 18, at 11 a.m. featuring Minister Donald Middleton of St.
Petersburg. Everyone is invited to attend. If you wish to participate in the
choir, please attend rehearsal on Saturday at 7 p.m.


Taylor County igu kcilo gidUUUM gmV1 6 IIL)T ULMHUM-
in St. Petersburg.
, Callaway was chosen to be part of a group of 18 students who will travel
to London, England, and study abroad for the Fall 2006 semester. Her
church is assisting in fundraising to make this trip possible. Your
patronage is encouraged.
Brothers' Day, also on Father's Day
Christian Tabernacle will hold its annual Brothers' Day on Sunday, June


Obituaries


Tommy D. Leggett
Tommy D. Leggett, 54, a native
and lifelong resident of Perry, died
June 8, 2006.
He was preceded in death by his
father, Clarence D. Leggett; a
brother, Larry Leggett, and a sister,
Virginia Leggett.
Survivors include: his mother,
Sylvia Cox Leggett; four brothers,
Carl Leggett, Billy Leggett, Ronald
Leggett and Dewayne Leggett, all
of Perry; two sisters, Patricia
Graddy of Perry and Lisa Adams of
Utah; and several nieces and

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sympathy, we will always be
grateful.
To Brother Eddie Blalock,
Brother Glenn Baker, Bill and
Thelma Brown, and to everyone
from ithe First Bapist Church, who.-,
had a part in the service, thank you
so much. To the very caring
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Funeral services were held
Sunday, June 11, at Joe P. Bums
Funeral Home with interment
following at Woodlawn Cemetery.
Family members received
friends Saturday.
Burns Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
Christina Elizabeth
Coleman Frances
Christina Elizabeth Coleman
Frances, 26, died June 13, 2006,
due to injuries sustained in a motor
vehicle collision.
She was an emergency room
nurse at Capital Regional Medical'
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paramedic for Leon/Jefferson
County; her mother, Barbara
Coleman of Perry; an uncle, Jerry
Finch of Houston, Texas; a great,
aunt, Myra-Mercer of Perry; her
mother-in-law and father-in-law,
Mark and Judy Frances of Miami;
a sister-in-law and brother-in-law,


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Charlotte, N.C.; and numerous
cousins. .
Funeral services will 'be held
today. June 16, at 2 p.m. at First
Baprist Church in Perry. Interment
" ill follow at Woodlawn
Cemetery.
Family members received
friends Thursday from 6 until 8
p.m. at Joe P. Bums Funeral Home,
which is in charge of arrangements.


Bible School starts next week at Antioch
Antioch Missionary Baptist Church will hold Vacation Bible School
June 19-23 from 5:30 until 8:30 p.m. Tony 0. Graham invites everyone
to attend this "Jesus Reunion." '

Yard sale, bake sale planned
New Brooklyn Missionary Baptist Church will stage a yard sale, as well:
as a bake sale, today and Saturday, June 16 and 17, from 8 a.m. until 2
p.m.--rain or shine, in the church fellowship hall.
Two more Vacation Bible Schools
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At the Booking Desk


Editor's Note: It is the policy of this
newspaper to run the names of all
those arrested and booked at the
Taylor County Jail. All those listed
below have been charged with a crime,
but are considered innocent until
proven guilty.
April 18:-
Ricky Dean Collins, 44, Green
Farm- Road, disorderly
intoxication, Dep. McKenzie,
TCSO.
April-20:
Michael Wayne Williams, 32,
Malone Road, FTA for passing
worthless checks, Dep. Upshaw,
TCSO.
Michael John Gant, 24, 819 S.
Warner Street, burglary, grand
theft, VOP (DWLS--habitual), Ptl.
Gray, PPD.
Scott Lee Phillips, 20, Hatcher
Avenue, Hudson, escape, grand
theft auto, grand theft, aggravated
fleeing/attempting to elude,
reckless -driving with property
damage, resisting without
violence, battery on a law
enforcement officer, Ptl. Cooper,
PPD.


Edna Privett, 49, P. 0. Box 441,
Old Town, battery, burglary, Dep.
Woods, TCSO.
April 21:
Peter Smith, 25, no address, hold
for court, battery on a law
enforcement officer, Sgt. Murphy,
TCSO.
Edward Robinson Jr., 40, MLK
Drive, Mayo, DWLS (habitual
offender), DUI, operating
unregistered vehicle, refusal of a
breath test, Trp. Kennard, FHP.
Doyle Jerry Collins, 45, West
Reddick Drive, domestic battery,
Dep. Guldbrandsen, TCSO.
Tammy L. Collins, 42, West
Reddick Drive, domestic battery,.
Dep. Guldbrandsen, TCSO.'
Curtis Randolph Walker, Pate
Street, VOP for possession of
cannabis, Ptl. Cooper, PPD.
Bryan Joseph Perkins, 22,
Harrison Blue Road, sentenced to
weekends, Dep. Whetsel, TCSO.
April 23:
Alice Marie Hays, 45, South
Byron Butler Parkway, misuse of
911, Ptl. Cooper, PPD.
April 24:
David Andre Cobb, 30,


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Brian Thomas Darlak, 38, West
Euclid Avenue, Tampa, DWLS
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Wentworth Road, DUI (second
offense), Trp. Kennard, FHP.
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4210 Fortner Circle, VOP
(DWLS/R), Dep. Ricketson,
TCSO.
Jaris Tyree Bonner, 25, 428 NE
82 Street, Miami, unemployment
compensation fraud, Dep.
Ricketson,,TCSO.
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Cedar Street NE, Steinhatchee,
warrants for armed burglary,
violation of domestic violence
injunction, aggravated assault
(domestic), possession of a firearm
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Perry native awarded for legislative advocacy efforts


Former Taylor County resident
Kathy Jackson, executive director
for ARC of St. Augustine, has
been awarded the first
governmental affairs honor for
legislative advocacy.
The award was presented during
a presentation on the steps of the
state capital held recently in
Tallahassce.
"I've been on the governmental
affairs committee for many years
-and encouraged chapters to see the
seriousness of getting involved in
governmental affairs," Jackson.
said in an interview featured in St.
Augustine. But, "if we don't
communicate to them," they don't
know in what areas there are
issues. "We really do need to
connect with local legislators at
home to show what good works
we do."
This was the second recent


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The Senior Citizens Center
volunteers organization met
Friday, June 2, electing the.
fo'll.wing officers: Bettie Haney,
h'airmnan; Frances Zokar, vice
chairman; and Jewel- Tunstill,
secretary.
The volunteers also voted to
become the "Friends of the Taylor
Senior Citizens Center" and will
focus on volunteer opportunities
geared directly for the Taylor
Senior Citizens Center, fund-
raising opportunities and assisting
with activity programs. The group.
is in the process of making'
application as a non-profit
organization.
For more information about
services offered by the senior
center, please call 584-4924. The
center is open Monday through .
Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and is
located at 800 West Ash Street in
Perry.


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B-2 Perry News-Herald


June 16-17, 2006


Travelers in
the late 1930's
and early 1940'S
boarded a ferry
boat to cross the
Steinhatchee
River.


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to allow for
easier travel.


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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.

Everette J. Evans
Banid Alastr Emeritas
Professor Evans first established a community band in Perry. After
which for several years, he taught band music in the high school.
Herewith is a clipping from the Taylor County High School
annual:
"To Professor Evans we give our heartiest appreciation for his great
service to our school as bandmaster and organizer, of the band. We
give-our appreciation for the school song that he has written for us and
for his beautiful copy of this song that he has made for the endpaper
of this book.
"Professor Evans, through his
great musical ability has reached ",
out and touched the lives of marn
who have been in school here. He
has given this school a band that
has been a'credit to our school. It W ,1k ,.
was through his untiring efforts
that this band was organized and


has grown.
"Professor Evans hi-. the
unusual honor of being the only
living pupil of the great composer.
John Phillip Sousa. He has long
been an outstanding musician in
our community, and has had a
special career in music in all parts
of our country."


Everette----- J. Evans
Everette J. Evans


Benjamin and Archabel White
1887-1968, 1891-1972


These rare photos of the Steinhatchee ferry and one-lane wooden bridge appear on the cover of the 1.6th volume of the Taylor
County Historical Society's "They Were Here" series. President Wanda Cash has announced she is currently accepting
submissions for the 17th installment of the historical series. Forms are available at the historical society museum, which is
open every Thursday afternoon.


Benjamin A. White:


THE PERRY
NEWS-HERALD
June 17, 1971

GLYNN WATTS
NAMED HEAD COACH
Glynn Watts, coach of Taylor
: County High School's winning
1971 track team, was named to
succeed C. T. Burgess as head
coach of the 1971-72 Bulldog
football team.
Burgess left his post to accept
the principalshiol at Perry
Elementary School.
Watts had formerly been an


dancee at the past I


assistant to Burgess in the football
program in addition to his duties as
track coach. Watts was also going
to continue to function as head
coach of the track team.

SCHOOL BOARD DROPS
FILLING STATION PLANS
Members of the Taylor' County
School Board disposed of a
political hot potato by dropping
plans to operate a filling station as
a part of a planned training
program at the Taylor County Area
Vocational-Technical and General,
Adult Education Center.
The action came after a number


S Perr June 16-17, 2006

9f News-Herald
P.O. Box 888 123 S. Jefferson Street
Perry, Florida (850) 584-5513

DONALD D. LINCOLN
Publisher
DEBBIE CARLTON SUSAN H. LINCOLN
Business Manager Managing Editor
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SStaff Writer Graphic Arts
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Staff Writer. Classified Advertising
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L ,Member Perry/Taylor County Chamber of Commerce.


of local businessmen protested
against "the use of tax money to
finance competition with private
business."
Tommy Cook, manager of the
Hess Service Station, said, "People
don't need training to pump gas.
The qualities I look for in an
employee are dependability and
honesty, something that can't be
taught in school."

16 MAKES DEAN LIST
Sixteen students from Perry
were among 236 named to the
spring term Dean's List at North
Florida Junior College.
They included: Harry A. Brooks,
Terrell V. Burgess, Howard F.
Dahle, Mary Ann Dyle, Kim
Faulkner, Susan Frye, Jerry C.
Johnson, Gary T. Linkous,
Elizabeth D. Maxwell, Frances B.
Morgan, Harriett C. O'Quinn,
Isador F. Rommes, Sandra G.
Schrammel, Norma J. Thigpen,
Vicki T. Vann, Peter J. Winter and
Walter L. Levingston.

STEINHATCHEE GIRL
WINS P&G AWARD
Katie Lee Poppell, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. James W. Poppell of
Steinhatchee, was named winner of
the annual Procter and Gamble
Crisco Awards for the most
outstanding 'freshman student in
home economics at Bob Jones
University, in Greenville, S.C.
Poppell was a freshman enrolled
in the College of Arts and Science,
majoring in home economics.

ENGAGEMENT TOLD
Thames-Pickles
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Thames
announced the engagement of their
daughter, Virginia Louise, to Mr.
Carl Ken Pickles, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Pickles.
Miss Thames graduated from
Taylor County High School and
attended Florida College in Temple


Terrace, graduating with an
Associates of Arts degree in
1971.
Mr. Pickles graduated from
Taylor County High School and
attended North Florida Junior
College. He was employed by the
City of Perry Fire Department and
was co-owner of P & L Feeds.

MILITARY REPORT
David L. Hicks
Airman First Class David L.
Hicks, son of Mr. .and Mrs. G. P.
Hicks, was on duty at Phu Cat AB,
Vietnam.
Airman Hicks, a security
policeman, was assigned to a unit
of the Pacific Air Forces.
Before his arrival in Vietnam, he
was assigned at McCoy AFB.
The airman attended Taylor
County High School.
Tommy V. Williams
Navy Seaman Apprentice
Tommy V. Williams, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Oscar Williams,
graduated from basic training at the
Recruit Training Command,
SOrlando.
He was a 1969 graduate of
Taylor County High School.

TWO AWARDED
DEGREES
Receiving a Bachelor of Science
degree from the University of West
Florida was John P. Dixon.
Oscar Morris Howard Jr.
received a Bachelor of Arts degree
from Gamma College.

SUPERVISOR
ON DUTY AT
CITY PARK
A trained supervisor was set to
be on duty at City Park each day"
The plan was instituted to "give
mothers some relief so they could
catch up on their grocery shopping
or whatever," said Recreation
Director Louis Lanier.


7~4


Archabel C. White :-,


Ben White %as a native of
Gracevilie iFla. i and he married:
Archabel Cra'.' ford of Cowarts,
Ala.
The.\ %ere the parents of
Martha iParker), Bennie
(Addisoni and John (died
.oungi.
BN occupation. Mr. White was
a loconmomte engineer and he
first worked for Weaver-
SLoglndge at Boyd.
He became a Brooks-Scanlon
employee when they first began
operation in.Ta. lor Count\ and \
worked out liom Carbur for''
mans yea.rs.
When Brooks-Scanlon
sanmilling had dwindled,
he became die engineer for the
post office building in Perry
and served until retirement
age.
Mrs. White was a school
teacher and when she came to
Carbur in 1923 was employed as
a teacher.
She taught also in Foley and
Cabbage Grove schools.
They were loyal, members of
First Baptist Church.
Mr. White was a deacon and
Mrs. White a Sunday School
teacher--and their daughters
during their high school career
were also active in the activities
of the church.
They left an imprint upon
Taylor County which cannot be
erased.


Lawton Nevill Slaughter
1915-1970
Nevill Slaughter was a native of Carbur, and was
Henry and Simmie Whiddon
Slaughter,. He married MissSue
Thames of Foley and the \\ ere
the parents of: Nevill Henry, Frank
Joseph, John Edward, and Michael
Ray and Mary Faye (twins). ,
Nevill's first employment .was
with Brooks-Scanlon, but he soon
was employed by Perry Ford~ as a
parts man. He later became ',^
employed in Mayo in the ame ......
type of work with the Chevrolet
Agency there.
They were members of the New
Home Baptist Church and- were Lawton Nevill
faithful to their commitment.:


the son of J.


p--



Slaughter


The whole inspiration of our life as a nation
flows out from the waving folds of this banner.
--Author Unknown

I pledge allegiance to my Flag and the Republic
for which it stands, one nation, indivisible,
with liberty and justice for all.
--Francis Bellamy,
The Youth's Companion, 8 September 1892

The flag of the United States has not been created by
rhetorical sentences in declarations of independence and in
bills of rights. It has.been created by the experience of a
great people, and nothing is written upon it that has not
been written by their life. It is the embodiment, not of a


sentiment, but of a history


--Woodrow Wilson


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B-4 Perry News-Herald June 16-17, 2006


Small ads...big deal!


Auctionll Saturday, June 17 at 6:30 p.m..
some items and part of our sales will go to
benefit the Perry Senior Citizens. 1693
SW Mosley Hall Rd. (CR360) Madison,
Florida Air conditioned comfy seats! Lots
of Fun and Give-A-Ways. We buy
truckloads from major retailers... You save
up to 90% off retail prices! Directions from
Perry: Take Rt on 221 North to CR 360
(SW Mosley Hall Rd.) Turn right, we are
about 8 miles on the right. AU691 AB2490
6/16


Yard Sale Saturday 8-until, 109 W. Ash
Street. Behind Old Doc's Market.
6/14-6/16
Huge Garage Sale Friday and Saturday,
8 a.m. until, Furniture, cars, many
household items, tools, & much more,
Don't miss this one. 1905 N, Crooked
Creek Dr. (Wilder Creek Subdivision)
6/14-6/16
Yard Sale Saturday, 7-2 at Shamrock
Realty on Hwy. 19,100 new dolls, 100 new
puzzles, never been opened. And many
other items,
6/16
Huge Garage Sale 1/4 mile down Puckett
Rd. on Puckett Rd. 2 pressure washers,
compact refrigerator, glass table w/chairs,
electric scooter, weed eater, basketball
goal, DVD's VHS's, CD's. Friday 8-6, and
Saturday 8-4, rain or shine..
6/16
Moving Sale house supplies, baby
clothes, name brand ladies clothes. 3930
Oaklane Dr. South 19 behind CDI, blue
house on corner w/chain link fence.
6/16
Multi-Family Yard Sale 8 a.m. until.
Patio swing, home decor, kids stuff, toys,
men's, women's, boys and girls clothes.
Hwy. 19 to Driver's Lic. office, turn right on
Wright Rd. Follow signs to Audrey
Johnson Rd,
6/16
Saturday 8-1, 702 S. Washington St.,
located behind Dr. Haisten's office, Wicker
table w/glass top, black 'truck tool box,
brand new Thomas Pacconi record player,
microwave, umrbreIia for picnic table,
women's, men, and children's clothing all
sizes, curtains, linens, kitchen items and
lots of other misc. items.
6/16
Carport Sale Yard tools, chain saw,
household items. 1450 N. Jefferson St..
Saturday 8 a.m. until ?
6/16
Moving Sale 15812 Breeze Dr. Leisure
Retreats off Beach Rd. Furniture tools,
misc. antique trucks, saw mill, flatbed
trailer with winch and boom.
6/16

THE COMMUNITY
CHURCH OF PERRY

BENEFIT
YARD, BAKE &
CRAFT SALE

Saturday, June 17
8:00 am 2:00 pm
LOCATION:
AM VETS POST
WOODS CREEK ROAD
Inside: Rain or Shine


FOLLET, ICEMAKER M# R5A yields 400
-lbs., shaved compressed nuggets w/in 24
hrs, without storage Bin. $700. 850-584-
6591 or 672-1232
6/7-6/16HJA

$150 BED QUEEN PILLOW TOP
Mattress Set with Warranty, ALL NEW in
plastic, can deliver. (850)222-7783
6/16GCN


BEDROOM SET A RING BED, Chest,
TV Armoire, 2 Night stands. Brand New,
Still Boxed. Suggested Retail $3500,
Sacrifice $1000. Can Deliver, (850)222-
9879.
6/16GCN
Full bed mattress, box springs,
headboard, and frame $50, Twin bed -
mattress, box springs, frame, sheets and
comforter inc. $50, Queen Anne wing
back chair, burgundy $85,d5-drawer chest
- $20, camper shell fits Dodge truck $100.
Call 584-8995 or 584-6051
6/16-6/21
Bed A New FULL brand MATTRESS &.
BASE in plastic with warranty, $120,
(850)545-7112
6/16GCN
Formal Dining room table. 6 padded chairs
& lighted china cabinet, mahogany, exc,
condition. Paid $4000, sacrifice $1500.
Call 584-8995 or 584-6051.
6/16-6/21
A BRAND NEW KING PILLOW TOP
Mattress Set: $250. In sealed plastic with
warranty. Can Deliver (850)425-8374
6/16GCN
Music Lessons Producer/ Guitarist now
available for guitar, bass & voice students,
Beginners welcome. Call Josh Noland
850-584-5975.
6/14-7/7
BED CHERRY SLEIGH BED (Solid
Wood) NEW IN BOX $250. (850)222-2113
6/16GCN

For Sale: 200 amp power pole Call 584-
2816.
6/16-6/28


COne one. ..O
come all!

PERRY ELKS



Monday 7:00 p.m.
Public Welcome
S305 Puckefftt Road /


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$2000.00


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WANT TO BE HOME T NIGHT?
If you are looking for a great job that will allow
you to plan your activities well in advance...
just give us a call.

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For Sale 3 metal culverts, 1 28ft long, 1
- 30 ft long, 1,- 34 ft. long, 18" galv. metal
new. $15 per ft. Call 850-223-1099 or 386-
804-7716.
6/16-6/28
BEDROOM: Brand new 6 piece set,
COMPLETE. ALL NEW in boxes, $550,
(850)222-7783
6/16GCN
Washing machine $100, dryer $75, and
electric stove $100, call 843-0356.
6/14-6/16
COUCH + LOVE SEAT MICROFIBER,
Stain Resistant, ALL NEW, Lifetime
Warranty, Can Deliver, Sug. Retail $1250,
Sell $475, (850)425-8374
6/16GCN


Wolf SunQuest Pro 26RS Tanning Bed, 26
lamps, 100 WA# 7 Ft. surface, tunnel
design, Bought New for $2,999 selling
almost new, $1,000. (moving). .Call 850-
584-5882
6/9-7/5
Manitowac Ice Dispenser free standing
great for Hotels & Cafeteria. Holds 235 Lbs
Ice. Stainless steel front, M#QPA 310,
$500. Call 850-584-6591 or 672-1232
6/7-6/16HJA
,,CoucthL Lov'..e se3t: Br.J, NEAW
L' LE ". :, 1 ': ,rt w r3pF, '3, .1,-h,',', '' -rra-l .
can deliver. $1900 suggested list, must
sell $795. Delivery available. (850)545-
7112
6/16GCN
Troy Bitt Horse Garden Tiller less than 50
hrs. run time, 8 HP motor, elec. start w/new
battery all attm. & bumper M#12090, $900.
Call 850-584-6591 or 672-1232
6/7-6/16HJA
DINNING ROOM: Beautiful NEW table, 6
chairs and china cabinet, Suggested retail
$1800, sell $850, still boxed, can deliver,
'(850)222-2113
6/16GCN
McCall Com. up right freezer/cooler Allum.
finish, free standing M#702DF, $500. Call
850-584-6591, or 672-1232
6/7-6/16HJA


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Of your home & worries. We Buy Houses
in Any area, price, condition. AS-IS! Avoid
Foreclosure www.WeBuyNFLHouses.com
1-800-578-9485
5/10-6/30
Glenridge Subdivision 3/2 brick home For
Sale By Owner. Fireplace,! living room,
dining room, family room, office, new roof,
new kitchen, sun room. Call 838-5040
6/2-6/28

203 Ivy Ave. 3 BR/2 Bth approx, 1300 sq.
ft.,detached shed and carport, wood frame
w/alum siding. $78,900 Cash back at
signing. 850-584-2979 or 850-443-4208
6/9-6/23


MUST SEE!! -- 4bdr/2ba, office + bonus
rooms, covered porches, barn, pond & pool
on 4.34 acres. Call 838-1100
6/16-6/28ECF
THE FORESTRY COMPANY
Licensed Real Estate Broker
Perry Office: 502 W. Green St./ Perry, FL
32347/ office 850-584-8887
Land For Sale
Leon Co.:150 Acres MOL in Southeast
Leon County on Natural Bridge Road
surrounded by thousands of acres of St.
Joe land. Excellent hunting in a very
natural setting. Offered at $6,000 per acre,
Franklin Co. St. George Island bay-front
home. Watch the sunsets or go. boating
-,rr. Ihi, beautiful bay-front home on St.
George Island. Newly remodeled. Estate
sale. $885,000.
Taglor Co. .9 acre MOL vacant wooded
home-site lot in Perry- $18,000.
Talor Co. 30 acres for sale @ Lake Bird.
Multiple ages of planted pines. County
graded road frontage. $5,000/ acre.
Broker/Owner
Suwannee Co. 109 acres MOL 100%,
planted in 14 year old Pine trees. Plenty of
county grade frontage, 95% high and dry,
perfect for 10 acre lot subdivision! Offered
at $11,000. per acre.
Madison Co. 51.5 MOL acres of beautiful
timber land! Just off CR 255 only four
miles south of 1-10, offered at $5,500 per
acre.
6/14-7/7TFC

Lots for Sale (approx. 1 acre a piece) -
State Street and Plantation St. $44,000
each. Call 843-0682.
6/7-6/30
Commercial Store Front for lease in
downtown Perry. perfect for convenience
store, beer/wine, insurance agency, real-
estate office, retail, etc., hi.rh traffic
location with plenty of parking. Take the
place of a very successful business on
the corner of Ash and 221. Asking $650/
month, negotiable. 561-856-8771.
6/7-6/30 :
M,H. for .ie' bed/2 bath Central Heat &
Air, 1 acre, screened porch some
remodeling, 2255 White Oak Dr. 3 miles
from Keaton Beach $90,000 Call 352-562-
3949
5/10-6/30
pvi-,h t'-an rlri..:imeni l r .plu_ a-,e, for
I i L.::'ing 1,r ,- R, f'3r ; iEw home
site? Mobile home site? This is a builders/
Investors dream, located at 119 Lewis Dr.
Price $500,000 Contact Grant and Grant
Realty 1-904-725-3535 or 1-866-399-9995
Anita Grant Burney For further information.
6/16-6/21
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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WOODRIDGE APARTMENTS!!
1, 2 and 3 BR HC and Non-HC accessible
apartments. HUD vouchers considered.
Equal Opportunity. Office hours are 8:00-
5:00 Mon-Thurs. Call 850-584-5668. 709
W. Church St., Perry, FL 32348. TDD 711.
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Southern Villas of Perry!!
New Managementl!
HUD Vouchers accepted. 1 and 2 bedroom
HC and non-HC accessible apartments,
Call 850-584-8111. TDD/TTY.711. 315
Puckett Rd. Perry, FL 32347. Equal
Housing Opportunity.
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Small, old-fashioned trailer. LR, BR, Bath
& Kitchen. Built in storage. Private fenced
yard w/outdoor concrete patio w/roof.
Utilities included. $325/month or
$87.50/week. Proof of employment &
references required, 584-2944.
6/14-6/16


WANT TO BUY

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





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TIDEWATER' APARTMENTS For
Qualified applicants 1, 2, and 3 bedrooms
available. Section 8 units rent based on
applicant income. Units include
electric/water/ gas/ garbage utility.
Applications available 500 S. Warner Ave.
Building F, Perry, FL 32348 Phone
(850)584-6842
5/19-6/16
2000 Sq. ft. garage/shop with 2B/2B
double wide trailer near town. Call 838-
6124. Lv. message.
5/31-6/23AR


Inside and Treasures & More Glassware
Outside Shops New Hours: Sat-Sun 10-4 Antiques
We buy...call us! Collectibles
Yard Sale Collectibles
Set-up Pry9 Flea- MaktTools
$8 & up Hwy. 19 S. 838-1422 ,584-7124 Mon-Th Furniture


HOMES &
REAL ESTATE


Level 2, 50 x 24, 3 BR double wide for
sale. $3,000, price negotiable, would make '
a good hunting camp, buyer must move.
Call 223-2919 and leave message if.
interested.
6/9-6/21




Taylor County BCC Position
Vacancy
Road maintenance Technician Min.-
Qualifications: Possession of valid
Florida'CDL license Class B (or must
obtain within three months of hire date) and
a good driving record. Preferably a high
school diploma or GED. Must posses
sufficient physical strength and agility to
perform heavy manual labor. Must be able
to operate hand tools, small power equip
and other equip. related to maintenance ot:
highway right-of-way. Salary is $8,04/hour.'
EEOE/VP/Drug Free Work Place. Apply at
Taylor One-Stop Career Center, 1702 S.
Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida 32347.
Position open until filled.
5/26BCCtf
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.
5/31-7/7

Floor Technician seeking person for,
cleaning, buffing, stripping, waxing of
l,..-,r WVII -: :isi i'ii other housekeeping;
r'.:: 3 3- :: h Fill ir -: t.:,1,-d .-
Friday normal schedule. Will -iee'1 Ti ,'-,r
occasional evening, nights and weekend
hours. Position could work out well for
person who is semi-retired. Should be
comfortable working with elderly and
handicapped persons. Contact Bobby
loberts, 512 W. Main St., Mayo, FL 386-
294-3300.
6/14-6/16LFHC

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.
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"Without Drivers
There's No Road Ahead"
We need 5 Great Drivers!!
YOU GET
Home Every Weekend
Run Southeast Only
Sign On Bonus
80% Drop & Hook
Super Pay & Benefits
Immediate Rider Pro.
CDL/A 2 Yrs. OTR
Shoreline Transportation
877-208-9176
6/14-6/16

Central Office Service Technician
GT Com, a total communications
company provider in Northwest Florida
with 55,000 access lines, has a vacancy
for a C.O .Service Technician at their
Perry, Florida location. Reporting to the
Local Manager, successful candidate will
be responsible for the installation and
repair of switching/remote equipment, fiber
optic/transmission equipment, 911
equipment, internal equipment, special
circuit equipment; and department records
maintenance. Demonstrated knowledge of
the above technologies required. A two
year degree or equivalent years of related
experience preferred.
We offer a competitive salary and benefits
package including 401 K. Please respond
in confidence to:
Susan Machemer
Human Resources Manager
GT Com
P. 0. Box 220
Port St. Joe, FL 32457


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Florida Department of Transportation has a
vacancy in Taylor County:
Position Number: 55004492
Broad Band Title: Highway Maintenance
Workers-Level 1
Working Title: Highway Maintenance
Technician
Broad Band Code: 47-4051-01'
Closing Date: June 22, 2006
Work schedule: Mon. Thurs., 7-5:30, 4/10
hr. days; biweekly recruitment salary
range: $800-$960 bi-weekly; Annual Salary
Range: $20,800 $24,960; Benefits"
include: state pension plan, subsidized
health/life insurance plans, paid holidays/
paid vacation and sick leave.; Facility:
Perry Maintenance Yard. Special
Requirements: Possession 'of a valid
Class "B" Commercial Driver's license.
Knowledge, skills, and abilities: Ability to
operate motor vehicles and other less
mechanized equipment, skill in using a
variety of hand and power tools, ability to
establish, and maintain cooperative
working relationships, ability to perform
minor maintenance on motor vehicles and
other mechanical equipment, knowledge to
perform routine highway maintenance
according to guidelines, standards and
procedures, knowledge of-maintenance of
traffic (I.E. signs, cones, arrow boards,
etc.)
Special Notes: if you need an
accommodation because of a disability in
order to participate in the application/
selection process, please notify the
contact person in advance. We hire only
US citizens and lawfully authorized alien
workers. For applicants claiming Veterans
Preference, please fax your DD214 to
Peoples First to 904-636-2627
Contact: Jessica Rucks; Telephone:
(850)838-5800
For more information concerning job and
description and requirements and to apply
on line go to :
https://peoplefirst.myflorida.com/logon.htm
An EEO/AA employer.
6/16-6/21

The Taylor County Library Advisory Board
is seeking to fill one position on the 7
member advisory board. The Library
Advisory Board meets quarterly, with
members serving two year terms. The
Library Advisory Board members are
responsible for providing direction arid
support to the library director in order to
insure that exemplary library services ana
materials are provided to ai" ,e-- i of
Taylor County.
If you are interested in serving on this
important board please submit a short
letter including your name, address, phone
number and email address, stating why
you feel that you will be an asset to this
board. Please call 850.838.3512 for more
information.
The Taylor County Board of County
Commissioners will make, the final
appointment.
Send to: Pamela Grigg
Library Director
Taylor County Public Library
403 N. Washington Street
Perry, FL 32347
Library.director@taylorcountygov.com


TAYLOR COUNTY BCC POSITION
VACANCIES
Planner $34,777 $39,895
Building & Planning Tech $10.26/hr.
Heavy Equipment Operator Solid Waste
Department $9.31/hr.
Call In Roll Off Attendant $6.49/hr.
Library Technician $8.04/hr.
Entire job description, requirements and
application can be obtained from www.tcfl-
libinfo.com or Taylor Employment
Connections, 1702 S. Jefferson Street.'
Position open until filled. EOE, VP, DT
background check employer.
6/9tfnBCC




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B-5 Perry News-Herald June 16-17, 2006


Log Truck Driver, must have CDL's and a
DOT physical, pay by the load. 843-3109
or 584-3971.
6/2-6/28

Full time bookkeeper position available.
Medical and dental benefits, 401K,
vacation provided. Must have past
experience. Please send resume to
Position, P.O. Box 911, Perry, FL 32348.
6/9-6/28


Have you. ever thought about what it would
be like to "Own your Life?" Contact us
today and start earning.the money you
desire and living your life TODAY!
ownyourlifetoday(@hotmail.com
6/14-6/16


For Sale: 8 month old Blood Hound. Call
223-1014.
6/16


AKC Boxer puppies dewormed, shots,
heart worm prevention, health certificate.
Taking $200 deposit, ready June 23, $400.
850-926-9553.
6/14-6/16
Chihuahua puppies AKC. Reg. males-
-:S250. females-$300.very cute, 6 weeks
'old. Call 584-8618.
6/7tfnBW


C70 Bucket Truck, new brakes, Jasper
Engine 366 gas, chain saw, body harness,
hard hat. First $4000. Call 223-1813.
.6/16 .

BOAT FOR SALE 12' 6" River Hawk
Bream Boat w/ Galvanized Trailer great
condition. $525 Call Mike @ 843-0650
6/16
For Sale Harley Davidson Fat Boy,
SYamaha XT 500 endura, and Yamaha
Wa.e[rur,,-ir l"aIl5r. Call 584-4830.
6/14-6/16





V'anir,-d d- ,,ad or alive Juril cars, trucks,
tractors, etc. Wanted I:u-u and Toyota
trucks for export. 386-688-3999.
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Needed to rent or buy, camper travel trailer
If you have one please call 223-2919 and
leave message.
6/9-6/21
;WANTED: I am looking for a Home for rent
or rent-ij.o:rin Pef friendly and handicap
a-ce.i bl- A ai-ut. Please call 584-8272.


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1998 Pont Fiero, 4 cyl, restored, good
condition, 584-8318 leave message. 838-
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Saturn, 5 speed, 32 M.P.G. $1295; '81'
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regular gas. 105,000 easy miles. $5300.
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'01' Dodge Ram 1500 4x4 SLT Lariat Quad.
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message if no answer.
6/16-6/28

For Sale Looking lor fast, Sexy & Sporty?
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Only $8,000.
1997 Ford Aerostam Van. Very good
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Runs great. Just $4,000. 584-8326.
6/14-6/23
1999 Chevrolet Silverado, 2-wheel drive, 3
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(about $9,800) Call 578-2687 after 6:30
p,m. ask for Billy.
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1995 Cadillac STS 4-dr. cold AC, new
tires, 115,000 miles $3950 OBO. 352-498-
6644 .
6/14-6/23JB

1992 Nissan Maxima 4-Dr. cold AC, new
tires, runs great 2450 OBO, 352-498-6644.
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found want information dead or alive. Call
386-326-0987 and/or 850-843-0180
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Installation and repairs done at a good
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6/2-7/26

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also grind stumps. Call today 838-1230.
Firewood for sale,
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.' 6,14 7/7

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NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given pursuant to
I.,c ton 5 07(A) of the y Charer of the,,
,C., or Pen, Florida, that a PUBLIC
HEPtirajG on, the City Manageris
Recommended Five-Year Capital
Improvements Proaram for Fiscal Years
2006-2011, I ,,11 e rea on Tuesday, June
27 200.3 a i ',: m., or as soon
rrea3ter oa3, pos:rjie in the City Council
Poom 22J '; Je.e,:on Street, Perry,
Florida. The following, is; a general
summary of the Capital Improvements
Program:' -
Suggerea ,mc'.ro.-en.,e,-i per year as
Inalca s'

06-07 '53 .18 000
07,08 2,810 000
08-09 7,310,000
.09-10 "460,000
10-11' 460,000
T101 A t $14,448,o00q
,Copies of said Capital Improvements
Program mo,' be ir,-c.e.-ied at the
-ainln l oraln:,r, .1nr:l r Ci.', HOal 224 S. '
Jefierson Streer Fr,,, Florida between
rme nour .c 8 r. 00 a m. and 5:00 p.m.,
M.-,-a.ov m riou.gn Friday.
h-obert A Bro,,n .I, Emily Weed Ketring
CIl, Manrager .. Mayor
6/16

in the Circuii Court. Third Judicial Circuit,
In ano lor loa,Iri 'C.i-inty, Florida.
Case IJc 200ck, i 3 CP
IN RE: ESTATE OF GLENDA -WALKER
CHAPPELL,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
lnda Walker Chappell, deceased,


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File Number,06-313-CP pending in the
Circuit Court for Taylor County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of which is
Post Office Box 620, Perry, FL 32348. The
name and address of the personal
representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against the decedent's estate, including
'unmatured, contingent or unliquidated
claims, on whom a copy of this notice is
served must file their' claims with this
court' WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF T.HE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A'
COPY OF THIS'NOTICE ON THEM..
All other creditors of the decedent and
persons, having claims or demands
against the decedent's estate, Including
unmatured, contingent or unllquidate.d
claims, must file their claim with this court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
"J.=.TI:_E '" '
ir.,. j ) .:.r i.r publication of this Notice
.to Creditors is June 9, 2006.,
P e rso r : i r i : ,"- *r ,- :
Troy C r,:ip: --
4404 Old Selma Rd.
Montgomery, AL 36108
Attorney i.:. ..:,.-, ,- r." .-,', .'i
Angela 1,l ?,:
Attorney at Low
615 N: Jefferson St.
Perry, FL .32347
FL BAR 0796557
(850) 584-8960
FAX (850)584-7907
abll law@hotmail.com "
6/9, 6/16



PLuCI.- I i. i.:-e I.- I l .3 Counsel
"The I .:.i t r, F :.I Jda '. n .r : 1 e
Development Board, Inc. is issuing an
invitation to Negotiate for legal counsel
services. North Florida Workforce
Development Board, Inc. is a non-profit
organization, is the administrative entity
for certain job training -and job
placement provisions of the..a)ocial
Security Act, Title IV (Excess Temporary
Assistance to Need Families funds) the
federal Workforce Investment Act of
1998; Chapter 2000-165, Laws of Florida;
ei :II ,1 -ing other things, North Florida,
,ir,:. -Development Board, Inc. is
responsible for, tfe Operation of the
Employment Connections offices in
t or.-.ee. Taylor and Madison

Instructions:
Parties may apply by submitting a letter
6f,(rnterest which
Describes their qualifications to provide
appropriate legal services
.Contains a summary of applicable
experiences
Provides appropriate references
Indicates their ability to perform the
work; and
Contains a schedule of fees.
Submit letter of interest .to:, North Florida.
Workforce Development Board, Inc.
P.O. Box 267, Madison, FL 32341-0267 by
4:00 p.m. on June 30, 2006. Late
submittals will be disqualified.. Facsimile
or other ei r ,..: ,r,.' jr,,TItrol.: -ill not be
accepted or considered. North Florida
Workforce Development Board, Inc.
reserves the right to reject any or all
submittals in the best interest of theNorth,
Florida Workforce Development Board,'
Inc. North Florida Workforce
Development Board, Inc. is an: .,equal
opportunity training provider/ employer.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD-
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR TAYLOR-
COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 05-076-CA
CAPITAL CITY BANK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ARLENE JACKSON ANDERSON,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO CHAPTER
45
NOTICE is given pursuant to a Final
Judgment of Foreclosure dated May 31;
2006, In Case No. 05-076-CA, of the:
Circuit Court of the Third Judicial Circuit,
in and for Taylor County, Florida, in which:
, 23kSIol City Bank. is the Plaintiff and
,i'l-,,e Jackson Anderson is the'
Defendant, I will sell to the highest andt
best bidder for cash at the West door of
the Taylor County Courthouse in Perry;
Taylor County, Florida at 11:00 a.m. on.
July 6, 2006, the property set forth in-the'
Final Judgment of Foreclosure and more
particularly described as follows:
Lot One (1) of Block (1.) of Jerkins
*Heights Subdivision, according toithe
map or plat of said Jerkins Heights
Subdivision on record in the office of the
clerk of the circuit court of Taylor
County, Florida.
Dated: June 2, 2006
Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of the Circuit Court '
By: Marti Lavalle
Deputy Clerk
6/9,6/16 L

Public Availability of Hazerdous Material-'
Information
Pursuant to Section 324 of. the:
Emergency Planning and Community:
Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA), the following:
Information is available to the public'
upon request during normal working.
hours by the North Central Florida Local-
Emergency Planning Committee, 2009:
NW 67th Place, Gainsville, FL 32653-1603:
*Hazerdous Chemical Inventory ..(Tier
Two) Forms .
,*Shelter In Place Training Assistance.
*Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs)
*Emergency Release Follow-up Reports
*Hazards Analyses for Section 302:
facilities
*LEPC Hazerdous Materials Emergency-
Response Plan .
*How-to-Comply Information for:
Hazerdous Materials Users
*Free Hazerdous Materials Response:
Training for First Responders
*Your Telephone Book may contain:
Hazerdous Materials Emergency:
Information that you could be asked to:
follow in an actual emergency
The North Central Florida Localr
Emergency Planning Committee:
(Florida District 3 LEPC) serves Alachua,:
Bradford, Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist,'
Hamilton, Lafayette, Madison,:
Suwanneef Taylor and Union Counties.:
To obtain information on the above:
items, please contact Dwayne Mundy-
at (352)955-2200 x108, email:
mundy e ncfroc ora or visit
www.ncfleoc org
6/16 -

The regular scheduled meeting'of the
Board of Trustees of Tri-County Electric
Cooperative,. Inc. scheduled for
Monday, June 12, 2006 was cancelled
and has been rescheduled for Monday,
juin-e ,1 ':10,6. 7:00 P.M. in the meeting
'room at the cooperative's
headquarters office building located at
2862 West US 90, approximately two
miles West of the City o' Madison
Florida'/ -- '6/21'i
6/16, 6/21




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