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uly 14-15, 2006 hTree Ca tal tOur. 1t


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Forum







Celebrate your
Ifreedom Saturday!
!I. .lcal veterans have joined forces-
pliresent a family fun day Saturday,
uly.15, at Forest Capital Park, with
',all proceeds benefiting Veterans
tlemorial Park.
Activities start at 10 a.m.;
admission is free Events will include
. gospel sing featuring the Cavaliers
and the John Nelson gospel band
jstatipg at 10 a.m.
The Saltwater Cowboys will take
6the stage at 12.30 p.m., followed by
karaoke presented by Linda McGuire
and Lee Ellison. Everyone wishing to
sing may register at the stage.
Children's games, a live goldfish
.pond and dunking booth will also be
part of the celebration.
S."Special guests in the dunking booth
will include local county commission
.candidates Pam Feagle. Bruce Ratliff
and Richard Schwab.
Horse-drawn carriage rides--
featuring a team of Clydesdales--will
also be offered:
...Concessions will be sold,

Band camp
begins Monday
All Taylor County High School
(TCHS) band students are reminded
that band camp begins Monday, July
.17. .
"Students should plan to arrive
between 7:30-8:30 a.m to turn in
required paperwork. Camp begins at
8:30 a.m. and ends at 3 p.m.
For any questions, please call the
TCHS band office at 838-2525.

Lamb named
to FSU band
Taylor County Middle School band
student David Lamb has been
selected principal French Horn for the
Florida State University Summer
(camp) Band.
.. The FSU summer band will perform
Saturday, July 15, at Ruby Diamond
Auditorium in Tallahassee. The
.concert will start at 11 a.m.

Free balance
workshop offered
A dizziness and balance testing
workshop sponsored by Vestibular
Balance will be held today (Friday) at
the Taylor Senior Citizens Center.
The workshop will be held by
representatives from Vestibular
Balance, which is Medicare-approved
and is a participating Medicare
provider. The free workshop begins at
9 a.m. and is open to the public.
The Taylor Senior Citizens Center
is located at 800 West Ash St. in
Perry. For more information, please
call 584-4924


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Today
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Higrh: 93
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Sunday
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The Perry City Council has "united" with United Way and will serve as a collection point for the non-profit organization. Shown
above at the proclamation signing of this new agreement are: (front, left to right) Councilman Doug Everett, Councilman
Sylvester Harris, City Manager Bob Brown, Mayor Emily Ketring and Councilman Don Cook; (back,-left to right) United Way
volunteer June Evans, Dr. Ken Armstrong, Rhonda Brooks representing the Needy School Children's Fund. Big Bend Hospice
Community Relations Coordinator Catherine Arnold, Ability 1st representatives Verdell Lewis, Patricia Day and SiTerra
Wallace, Perry/Taylor County Boys & Girls Club President Karen Hankerson, and local United Way Coordinator Glenda
Hamby.



City unites with United Way


With the stroke of a pen. Mayor
Emily Ketrin2 formalized the City
of Pern's union withdi United Way
of the Big Bend during signing
ceremonies held Tuesday at City
Hall.
Linder the new partnership, city
residents will be able to contribute
to the non-profit group by monthly
pledges lhich will. be added to
their citr utility bills. The city \v.ill
also serve as a collection point for
one-iime donations.
"We \kll collect these.pledges
and pass them on to United Wa),
n'.hich distributes funds to several
local community organizations."
Fj.ance Director Penny Staffne.


said.
"One of the best' things about
United Wa. is that every donation
dollar that is given is used in
programs that touch human


Glenda Hamb. expanded on that
theme, relating that "we fund
programs that actually help
individuals. Our contributions do
not go tou ard administrative costs


SMonthly pledges
to United Way
may be added
to city utility bills


beings," 'la or Emil. Ketring
said. I .. t '
United Way representative


or other things like that. When we
award these funds to agencies, it is
for programs that nmust touch


human beings."
She also noted, "every dollar
collected here, sia\ s here.
We are a volunteer driven
organization...volunteer donations,
volunteer allocations."
Last Near. Ta. lor County United,
\Va\ campaign raised more than
$ 190.00 for local agencies such as
the Bo' s & Girl_ Club. Ta lor
Senior Citizens Center. AbIlity
First, Big Bend Hospice and the
Need School Children'- Fund.
"Whereas once our biggest asset
was our fundraismi ability, we
have' now dico\ered that our
,' Please see page 8


$200,000 awarded for Sports Complex


The Ta\lor County Sports
Couple\ has received an
additional $200,000 grant from
the Florida Department of
Environmental Protection (DEP).
The funding--which v.as part of
the state's budget recently signed
h\, Go\ernor Jeb Bush--is for

In Steinhatchee


Phase III of the project and will be.
used for a multi-purpose trail,
playground, baseball field, picnic
facility, parking and lighting.
The $200,000 grant is part of
DEP's Florida Recreation
Development Assistance Program
(FRDAP).


Homeowners



to see savings?


Some residents in Steinhatchee
could soon begin seeing savings on
their homeowners insurance,
thanks to a recent improvement in
the community's Insurance
Sert ices (Office (ISO) rating. .
ISO re' views a community's fire
suppression capabilities and assign
a "public protection classification"
from I to 10, with 1 representing
the best protection.
The ne%% classification for the
community is 6/9 after ISO
completed a recent analysis of the
community. This is an
impro' ement from the 9/10 rating
before
According to the analysis,
properties located within five road
miles of the fire department, 1,000
feet froni a hydrant and have a
water flov. of 3,500 gallons per

Taylor County

ISO Ratings
Classlcation Percentage
of County
1 0.1%
2 0.7%
3 2.6%
4 6.9%
5 12.4%
6 16.3%,'
7 15.0%,
8 8.5%-
9 34.3%
10 3.1%


minute (gpm), have a ISO Class 6
rating. Properties located within
five road miles of the fire
department, but. over 1,000 feet
from a hydrant are Class 9.
Properties located more then five
road -miles from the fire
department are classified Class 10.
According to County
Administrator Buddy Humphries,
the improved ratings are due to the
addition of a full-time firefighter in
Steinhatchee as well as
improvements to the water system.
ISO will advise its subscribing
insurers of the classification
change in the coming weeks and
has assigned an effective date for
the new rating of Nov. 1, ISO's
Public Protection Department said.
The ISO classification is based
on the, Fire Suppression Rating
Schedule (FSRS), which uses
nationally recognized standards
developed by the National Fire
Protection Association and the
American Water Works
Association.
The FSRS allocates points by
evaluating three major factors: fire
alarm and communication systems,
fire department and water supply
system.
The fire alarm and
communication systems review
accounts for 10 percent of the
score and centers on a community's
facilities and support for handling
and dispatching fire alarms.
The fire department review
accounts for 50 percent and
"** Please see page 8


"Recreation areas play an
important role in Florida's
economy, drawing both residents
and visitors to the state's natural
resources," said Governor Bush.
"Through grant funding from the
state,, counties throughout Florida
have the opportunity to expand and
'improve parks."
"Through FRDAP grants
Florida's natural resources gain
additional protection," said DEP
Secretary Colleen M. Castille.
"Investments made today to
,conserve the state's cultural and
recreational assets preserve Florida
for future generations."
Administered by the Department
of Environmental Protection, the
Florida Recreation Development
Assistance Program is a


competitive
providing
communities
recreation.


grant program,
funds to local
for public outdoor


This complex is expected to be
ready for the upcoming soccer
season. Must of the infrastructure
was completed as part of Phase I of
the project as well as the soccer
fields, turn lanes, irrigation,
parking and pavilions.
This is the second FRDAP grant
the complex has received. It
received a $200,000 for
Phase I.
"I'm really glad for us," Taylor
County Grants Coordinator
Melody Cox said.
' "That's $400,000 we've received
from them for the sports
complex."


[arjauCier


gets life


sentence


in prison

Cummings, 35, found
guilty by jury Tuesday

A man % ho car-lacked a couple
in [heir hi.is at gunpoint in October
2005 has been sentenced to spend
the rest of his natural life in prison..
A jury found ,Kerry E.
Cummings, 35 euilti of armed
robbery t iih a firearnmi. improper
exhibition of a firearm. possession
ot a firearm b\ a comn icLed felon
and peti thefti during deliberations
Tuesday.
Circuit Judge James Roy Beani
sentenced Cummings as a prison
release re-offender when he
imposed the life sentence.
Cummings w as also ordered to pa.'
$1.529 restitution to the victim.
$l1.(00 court cost and a $5.U1tO
fine.
According to a report filed in
2005 by Perry Police Department
(PPD) Ptl. Dwight Norrim. a call
was made to Taylor Count)
Sheriffs Office dispatch. reponmrn
that store security had attempted to
stop a suspected shoplifter outside
Wal-Man. but that he fled from
them on foot., toward the post
office. Security Officer David
Lindse\ said theN "lost him behind

Shortl thereafter. Norris was
dispatched to Doctors lenimorial
Hospital to speak with two
possible 'ictini. of a car-jacking.
A,,63-year-old man, who had a
history--of -he-art p.oblemns, was in
the 'emerLenc\ room complaining
of chest pains.'
He told Norris that he was
sitting in his vehicle in the. post
office parking lot waiting on his
61-year-old wife, when he saw a-
black male running toward his
vehicle.
"The subject jumped in the' front
passenger side and told the victim ,
to crank-up the car," Norris said.
"He then told the man to get out or
that he would 'mess him up.'
"The victim said the carjacker
was holding a small black handgun
and that it was cocked. He then
told the % ictim to get out of the car
or he would shoot him," Norris..
added.
"The victim's wife came out 6f
the post office and saw the man iim
the car fighting with\her husband;-
so she opened the driver's door to
see what was wrong. She said the
", Please see page 3


Dudley named 'Rural



Engineer of the Year'

Taylor County Engineer Kenneth Dudley has ..
been selected for the Rural Engineer of the Year
Award by the Florida Association. of County .'
Engineers and Road Superintendents (FACERS),
FACERS Rural, Engineer Award is considered
the most prestigious professional performance .
recognition presented in Florida.
To qualify for the award, a nominee must have .. -
performed his or her services in a municipality .'..:;:. :" i,?' .'
with a population fewer than 50,000. .
"Only these persons held in high professional '.
regard and having made significant contributions
to their local public works/road departments and .
communities are chosen for this statewide honor,"
said FACERS President Robert R. Gordon, P.E. .. ; ,
The annual winner receives statewide
recognition from FACERS at their annual ;
convention, and photos and descriptions of their ."
accomplishments are featured in T2's "Technology
Transfer Quarterly" newsletter.
The "Quarterly" has a Florida professional
circulation of more than 16,500.
For the past six years Dudley has been the only
engineer for Taylor County, during which time D
the county has had numerous capital projects A,
underway such as boat ramps, park improvements
and road construction. In addition, he also reviews
,. Please see page 8 Kenneth Dudley


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J ab o

Can you smell the fried mullet and hushpuppies? For many,
the tiny getaway of Jabo-tucked high along Taylor County's
coast--was a favorite summertime escape. The Howard family
presided over Jabo restaurant, which was well-known for its
fresh seafood dinners. These photos capture the Gulfside
community in the late 1960s. (Photos courtesy Florida State
ArchiLes), ..,,


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THE PERRY
NEWS-HERALD
'July 15, 1971

TWO INCUMBENTS
DEFEAT CHALLENGERS
Incumbent Mayor Johnnie
Livingston and Councilman Henry
Fulmer handily defeated their
opponents in a city election which
apparently had drawn little public
interest.
The course of Perry's city
government for the next two years
was decided by 1,247 voters. This
was the total number of votes cast
in a city election which had drawn
little public interest prior to voting
day and in which only two races
were contested.
Councilman B. A. "Brince"
Hendry and Joe Nola won re-


gCa nce attie past


election without opposition, as did
City Clerk Clarence J. Giddens.
If any real issue existed in the
election just past, it involved the
policies of Mayor Livingston
regarding strict enforcement of
sanitary regulations and traffic
laws in the city, and some
observers felt that Livingston
had made enemies during
his administration who would
work actively to insure his
defeat.
This kind of opposition,
however, never crystallized, and
Livingston defeated his opponent,
R. Kay Porter, a former five-time
mayor, by a margin of 852-381:.

SCHOOL BUDGET
TOPS $4 MILLION
The Taylor County School Board
began work on a tentative budget


pg r July 14-15, 2006

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of more than $4.5 million for the
1971-72 school year.
The budget included a five
percent, across-the-board increase
for all school employees.
The total tentative figure
under consideration for
school expenditures would be
$4,533,527.96, an increase of
nearly a million dollars over the
previous year's budget of
$3,863,938.20.

SALEM SCHOOL WILL
NOT RE-OPEN
The Taylor County School Board
ruled unanimously against
reopening the Salem Elementary
School for the 1971-72 school year
because surveys indicated that
enrollment would be insufficient to
provide a good program at the
school.
A number of .parents in the
community had requested that the
school be re-opened so that
children from the Salem area
would not have to make the long,
daily bus ride to school in Perry.
A survey made by the board,
however, showed that only 25
pupils could be expected for the
school if it was re-opened.

WEDDING BELLS
Holley-Meierhenry
Miss Diana Holley became the


bride of Lester. Meierhenry of
Winter Park in an impressive
double ring ceremony, at the First
Baptist Church of Perry. The Rev.
E. L. Mixon officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.'
and Mrs. J. A. Holley of Perry and
the groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. R. L. Meierhenry of Winter
Park.

ENGAGEMENTS TOLD
Holton-Sanders
Mr. and Mrs. Ashley Ralph
Holton announced the engagement
of their daughter, Brenda Jean to
Charles Allen Sanders, son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Sanders of Cross
City.
' Miss Holton was a 1967
graduate of Taylor County High
School and was a senior at Florida
State University.
Mr. Sanders was a 1966 graduate
of Dixie County High School and
is a graduate of the Tallahassee
Barber College.
Pouncey-Holton
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Pouncey
announced the engagement of their
daughter, .Diane Marie, to David
Wendell Holton, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ashley Holton.
Miss Pouncey was a 1971
graduate of Taylor County High
School. Mr. Holton was employed
by the City of Perry.


Ah, summer, what power you have
to make us suffer and like it.
--Russel Baker

A perfect summer day is when the sun is shining,
the breeze is blowing, the birds are singing,
and the lawn mower is broken.
--James Dent

Deep summer is when laziness finds respectability.
--Sam Keen

Being a child at home alone in the summer is a high-risk
occupation. If you call your mother at -work thirteen times
an hour, she can hurt you.
--Erma Bombeck


_


Submissions are currently being accepted for the
next installment of the "They Were Here" series.
Forms are available at the Taylor County Historical
Society museum, located in downtown Perry.


_ I __ I I


Ejep Were gere

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 and at the offices of
Perry Newspapers, Inc.
Benjamin 'Ben' Adams
Ben Adams came to Perry
early in the current century along
with his brother, Bill, who settled
in the Sand Hill community. He
married Miss Martha Clarke.
Their children were Arthur
Quincy, and twins Mary and
Martha (died in infancy). fk
He constructed a home ,in
Perry--the one' o\ ned by James
Bloodworth--and he operated a
photography shop at the-site
adjoining Perry Florist on the
east. He was the first to operate
as a professional photographer in
Perry. Many photos are in
existence around Perry that bear
his name in the bottom cpmrner.
He was also the official
photographer for many of the
heads of state in Tallahassee and !h" ,-
many of his works are on file in Benjamin "Ben" Adams
the Capitol.

A.E. and Ethel Morgan
1876-1950, 1880-1959
Mr. Abner Enoch Morgan was a native of Shady Grove and he
married Miss Ethel Sarah Whiddon, who was a native of the Oakland
area of Taylor County. Their children were: Zella (Grimsley), John
Pharo, Robert Odis and Dennis Willard (Bill), and two who died
young.
Abner Morgan was principal of the Shady Grove School in 1902.
He was county school superintendent 1905-1909. A new and larger
school building was constructed at anew site for Shady Grove School
while he was superintendent.
After his term as school
superintendent he became a
merchant in Perry. For many
years, he was salesman for the
,: D. Mickelson store and was
recognized as one of Perry's
most successful salesmen. In the
late forties, he was elected tax
assessor which position he held
until retirement.
They were members of the
First Baptist Church in Perry.
The personality of Mr. Morgan
attracted friends, and one of his
former students vows thatnch
George W. French was a native of whatever success he may have
had in lfe was due in part f thead no
children.start" given him by Mr. Morgan
who was his teacher in the first
Mr. and Mrs. A.E. Morgan. grade.

George W. French
1906-1971
George W. French was a native of Taylor County and he married
Anna Elizabeth Weeks who was a native of Tennessee. They had no
children.
Mr. French grew up in an interesting area of Taylor County--tlie
Rose Creek community. The community has been forgotten for most
part. But in 1911, Miss Gracei ,c. .
Wentworth was assigned s .. '. .
teacher of Rose Creek School..t A,... -X
that time. there, Ross, Randall.,
Riley and George French enrolled y ^s.' -
in that school along 1 iih ""', :: .". "
Sheffields, Wilsons, Whiddons. ,
About 20 in all. The last da', of -. ". -';
school was the customary school
picnic and program at the school. : -' .- -
It was a good community--and the
French boys helped to make it that'
way. Turpentine and logging
interests changed the way of lite.
and the residents migrated, mot-
of them to Perry. Most of the
Frenches became painters whose ..
quality of work ranked them as '
"tops" and most in demand b '
those wanting painting done -*.
George French, however, became
a sawyer and worked for various
mills including Pinkerton. George W. French
Queen Stephens
1883-1909
..... 4;Mrs. William Stephens, nee
", 'Miss Queen V. Carlton, was the
-.:.'". daughter of Thomas L. and
:":-;"'- Callie Groom Carlton. They,
..' ... "" "* '"''i; Mr. Stephens and Miss Queen
S":."') Carlton, were residents of the
"' Pine Level area. They were the
.q -. parents of: Bernard, Cary and
Edwa Jo (m. Columbus
Stanaland).
Although her life span was
., .brief, she made a great
'- contribution to the life of Taylor
*" ,-, "*." County. The many descendants-
.. -both Stephens and Stanalands--
continue to express those good
qualifies of citizenship which
Queen Stephens characterized her existence.
.





A-3 Perry News-Herald July 14-15, 2006


Suspect denies using gun


CARJACKER
Continued from page 1
subject had a gun and was
threatening her husband.:
"The victim was having trouble
getting the seatbelt unlocked, so
the subject began hitting the man
with the pistol," Norris added.
When the victim was, able to get
out: of the vehicle, the carjacker
jumped behind the wheel, cranked
up the car and drove north on
Jefferson Street.
The victim's wife told police that
her purse was in the vehicle with
cash and other personal items in it.
Five hours later the stolen
vehicle was found abandoned on
Malloy Street.
Two days' later, (the late) Ptl.
Robert Johns made contact with
the 'possible girlfriend of the
suspect, who said .his name was
Kerry E. Cummings, 35, and that
hl had gone back to Orlando.
Thie owner of the bicycle
Cummings was originally on was
located and he also identified the
suspect as Cummings.
Norris said a subsequent tip
given to police related that*
Cummings was at a residence in
the .Spring Warrior area, but
officers were not able to locate
him:-
The next day, Norris received
information that Cummings. was
back at the Spring Warrior
residence and "that he was asleep
in an abandoned camper trailer
behind the home."
Norris, TCSO Sgt. Paul Poppell,
Dep. Chris Folsom and Dep. Mike



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Thompson went to the residence
and arrested Cummings. During
the arrest, a crack pipe was
discovered under the man,
according to Norris.
During a subsequent interview,
Cummings at first "denied any
involvement, then admitted who he
was. He admitted to stealing from
Wal-Mart, then running from store
employees," said Norris.
"Cummings said when he
approached the victim's vehicle, he
jumped in and told the 63-year-old
man he needed a ride. Cummings
stated that he didn't have a gun, nor
did he ever strike the victim,"
Norris said.
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a purse and that he didn't take
anything out of the vehicle. He said
. he was just trying to get away,"
Norris said.


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A-4 Perry News-Herald July 14-15, 2006


Red Hatters travel to Watermelon Festival


By CHERYL GREGORY
Publicity Chairperson
The Fashion Show and
Luncheon that is part of Jefferson
County's Annual Watermelon
Festival was held Thursday, June
15, at noon, in the beautiful,
historic Monticello Opera House.
This event was sponsored by the
Monticello Woman's Club and the
Farmers and Merchants Bank. The
Roseheads, Perry's original chapter
of the Red Hat Society, had 18 Red
hatters (50 and older), one. Pink
Hatter (under 50), and one guest in
attendance. The Roseheads were
one of three Red Hat chapters
represented.
.The hall was filled with round
tables covered with either a white
or green tablecloth, accented with a
smaller red gingham tablecloth.
An appetizer of fresh fruit, mostly
locally grown watermelon, was at
each place setting. Ladies arrived
early to visit and' give their
beverage order of iced tea, chilled
water, or pink lemonade. It was
soon discovered that Rosehead
members Debi Limoges, Marie
Hill, and Inoa Walker were
featured in a photo on page 31 of
the Watermelon Festival's annual
booklet.
. The emcee welcomed everyone
and gave a few announcements.
Woman's Club members and local
celebrities--men and women of all
ages--served a red plate of
delicious chicken salad on a bed of
lettuce, fresh cantaloupe, moist
zucchini bread, and refreshing
congealed cranberry salad to each
lady. Later each lady was served
her choice of many wonderful


desserts.
The fashion show took place as
lunch was being eaten. The models
were former Watermelon Queens,
local business people, local
celebrities, and politicians. The
narrator introduced each model and
described the clothing and
accessories in detail as the model
walked through the tables, giving
the audience a close look at the
outfit. The clothing and
accessories were from Milady's
Shop, Snapdragon, and Great
Adventures Outfitters.
* At some point in the Fashion
Show, the emcee introduced the
Red Hat chapters and the Queen
Mothers. Because many ladies,
there were not in the Red Hat
Society, the emcee explained the
meaning of the colors. She
highlighted two ladies in purple
hats and red outfits, meaning they
had a June birthday. One of these
ladies was Rosehead member
Marie Hill, and the other was
Wendy Johnson of Sandy Toes, a
new chapter being formed. Later
the 2006 Watermelon Queen, 1st
Runner-Up,. and the Princess were
introduced.
At the end of the Fashion Show,
all the models lined up near the
podium for a big round of.
applause. Local merchants
provided an array of door prizes,
Three Rosehead members won
prizes--Thelma Birdwell, a large '
pink hydrangea; Mary Nowell, an
umbrella; and Jeanne Raulerson, a
hummingbird feeder. Afterwards,
the ladies visited local shops before
heading back to Perry. Everyone
agreed to plan to attend next year's


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family of their wedding on Saturday, July 15, at 6 p.m., in Mt. Olive
iMissionary Baptist Church.
A reception will follow at the Men's Club of Perry.


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Luncheon and Fashion Show.
At noon on Saturday, June 24th,
the Roseheads gathered at Sisters'
Tea Room to celebrate Relay For
Life. There were 19 ladies present
for this very special meeting. Tea
orders were taken upon arrival.
After welcoming everyone, Cheryl
Gregory explained "why we did
Relay. We decided to form a Relay
team to raise money for the
American Cancer Society because
we have cancer survivors in our
membership; we lost a member to
cancer in 2004; we had a member
diagnosed with cancer and under
treatment in 2006; and many
members know the value of
volunteering in our community."
Written information was
distributed to all the ladies. Details
of the 2006 Relay team Roseheads-
Cruising for a Cure were shared
and discussed. Fund raisers were
analyzed by both the amount of
money each raised and what
percentage that amount was of the
team's total. The team's expenses
were very minimal because so
many members and their families,
businesses, and people in the
community were extremely
generous in their support of our
team. The total number of
luminaries in memory and in honor
sold by the team was stated, as well
as an approximate percentage the
team's luminaries were of the
event's total luminaries sold. Other
topics included the prize winners
of the team's ticket sales and the
event's Wrap-Up party that was
held April 24;
The ladies were asked to "look
over and discuss the remaining
information at your tables while


Roseheads members (left to right) Thelma Birdwell (large, pink, hydrangea), Mary Nowell
(umbrella), and Jeanne Raulerson (hummingbird feeder) were among the winners of the door.
prizes at the Luncheon and Fashion Show held July 15 in Monticello.


you enjoy lunch, and we'll continue
later." Patricia Lindsey said the
blessing, and lunch was served.
The Red Hat bell was rung, and
discussion of ideas for 2007 Relay
For Life began. The event's theme
was announced, and "our team has
already signed up to be California.
Signing up early was one
advantage in attending the Wrap-
Up party," stated Cheryl Gregory.
The group decided which 2006
fund raisers will remain for 2007,
how others will be modified, and a
few new ones to be added. How to
decorate and best express
California was shared, although no


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Queen Mother Hattie Adams
presented Cheryl Gregory with a
beautifully I'r.-ried certificate in
appreciation of her commitment
and dedication to the Roseheads
and a gift of spreaders, each with a
different Red hat handle. "I love it!
I'm so honored! Thank you!"
beamed Gregory. She then passed
these gifts around so all could get a
closer look.
Other announcements were
made by Thelma Birdwell, Sharron
Dorman, Suezette Stephens, and
Patricia Lindsey. Door prizes were
small pink and white breast cancer


awareness bears and were won by
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Individual butter mints with a pink
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and were at each place setting.
Everyone was thanked for
coming and sharing their thoughts
and ideas. "Continue thinking of
suggestions for our Relay team..
We can start bringing our coins to
the next meeting--Change for
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The Red Hat bell was passed to
the July committee. Details of that
luncheon will be in the next
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A-5 Perry News-Herald July 14-15, 2006

RAD workshop slated for July 18


A Reactive Attachment Disorder
workshop will be held Tuesday,
July 18, beginning at 9 a.m. until
11:30 a.m. at the Catholic Parish
Hall.
The guest speaker will be Teresa
Guerard of Attachment Services in
Orlando.
As a fairly new diagnosis to the


DSM-IV manual, Reactive
Attachment Disorder (RAD), is
frequently misunderstood and is
misdiagnosed as bipolar disorder or
attention deficit disorder as often
as 70 percent of the time.
According to organizer Cindy
Oberschlake, "RAD is an
important issue for a community


because these children tend to be
very difficult to parents and
educators; therefore, they often
populate prisons as adults.'
"Anyone who works with kids
from ages one month to 20 years
old, would benefit from this
presentation," she added.


Diabetic eye screening set at Jerkins;


Widows honored
The Perry Masonic Lodge #123 recently observed "Widow's Appreciation Day," when they
honored widows of deceased members. Shown above are, from left, Jennifer Lundy Norman
(who provided entertainment for the widows and Masons), Charlotte Clark, Marianne Peacock,
Master James "Buster" Durden, Elizabeth Gunter Barnette, Pat Lindsey and Sandra Bolton.


Generator
Following Taylor County's
close call with Tropical .Storm
Alberto, many residents have
purchased generators for their
homes. With this in mind, the
Taylor County Fire Rescue would
like to pass on the following
safety tips concerning standby
generators.
Most generators available in
the store average 5/kilowatt. A 5
kilowatt generator is not intended
to run your whole house, just
selected 'items such as the TV,
refrigerator, freezer and a few
lights. The larger 15 kilowatt
units can support an average size
home, however, it will take a
building permit and electrician to
install the transfer switch. Also,
watch this transfer switch because
most are only 100 amps and most
home panels are 200 amps.
Some generator users have
decided to build a plug that will
reverse plug into the electric dryer


r safety tiI
outlet. This is strongly not
recommended. Most dryer wiring
i, only #10 or at best #8. The
primary conductors for, a dryer are
the two #8s for 220 volts and the
common (white) can be as small
as #12 since for 220 voltsit is
only used for a ground. By its
design, this dryer connection
approach will connect power to
run your whole house, however,
for all the 100 volt appliances.
this smaller "ground wire" which
becomes the conductor, is too
small for this load and the five
kilowatt generators are not
designed to carry the whole house.
It may cause a fire. (If you still
insist on serving your house
through the dryer outlet--again,
this is not recdmmended--you
must turn off your main breaker .or
you will back feed electricity
through the .meter to the
transformer and could electrocute
the power company worker. Tri-


A free diabetic eye screening
will be conducted on Saturday,
July 29, from 9 a.m. to noon at
Jerkins Community Center.
If you are diabetic or know a
diabetic who needs to have their
eyes screened, please come to the
screening or notify them of the


ps given for owners


County Electric had their linemen
burned due to this.)
The. safest method is to
purchase the small eight or .10
breaker transfer panel that mounts
next to your home breaker panel.
This has an,external receptacle you
plug your generator cable into.
Then' you throw the breaker to
"generator." These breakers are
already wired to pre-selected
circuits for the freezer, etc., that
will not overload the generator and


you are not handling electric wires
in the rain.
The next best method is to
use one or more #12 extension
cords from the generator to the
selected light or appliance. A
minimum recommended extension
cord is #12 because, in most,
cases, a three-prong, plug will be-
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A-6 Perry News-Herald July 14-5, 2006




q Bulldogs continue winning ways


Trout, scallops scarce


By PAT McGRIFF
Onp More Cast Guide Service..
Trout have been a bit tougher
than last week, due to the high
pressure of late. But, the lack of
W-I-N-D has been the major
hindrance as no drift means no
trout.
My charters have been having
limited success fishing live
pinfish and pigfish under Cajun
Thunders in 5-7 ft. of water. The
little bluefish and small sharks are
generally wreaking havoc oil live
bait.
Tuesday, I had Carl, his son
Mark, and his grandson, Jordan
Pouglass, out and we brought in
eight trout and a blue which we
caught five on live bait and the
three largest trout we caught on
Assassin's Shrimp Cocktail in the


chandeleur Isle color pattern. I-
fished the new, shrimp on an
Assassin spring lock jighead (1/16
oz.) rigged on three feet of Triple
Fish 30 # leader tied under a 2.5
inch oval Cajun Thunder. We had
a 20, 21 and a 23 inch trout from
6.5 ft. on the new Shrimp
cocktail.
On July 4, Mike King and Dick,
Ansley had 35 sand trout and
seven trout from 7 feet of water
while using Berkley Gulp shrimp.
Last Friday, Cal Beanblossom,
Billy Pillow and I went over 50
miles offshore and brought in 2
grouper, 7 triggerfish, .8 mangos
to 7 pounds and one 6.5 pound red
snapper...it was slow...that's it
except to say that the scallopers
don't seem to be having much
different .luck. than last week,
which is hardly any at all.


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The Taylor County High
School basketball team extended
its win streak to five straight and
their overall record to 6-1,
defeating Maclay 39-22 Tuesday
night in the Leon County summer
league. ..
The 'Dogs have not lost since
the second half of a doubleheader
vs. Lincoln on opening night.
Their victories have come over
Lincoln, Leon, Pope John Paul II,
North Florida Christian, Florida
High and Maclay.
According to Bulldog Head
Coach John Davies, the .team is
showing continued improvement
as. the summer progresses.
"The players are. showing real
maturity both as individuals and as
a team," he said. "They are
dedicated, willing to work hard and
very coachable. Most of these"
guys have been with me long
enough that I can communicate


pretty easily with them from the
sidelines during play, without
burning timeouts or breaking
momentum. The players know
what we're trying to do, how we
-want to attack offensively and how
aggressive we want our various
defenses to be."
Davies added that while the
'Dogs came out somewhat flat in
the first half, relying on a 22-foot,'
3-pointer by Chad Ellis to take a
five-point lead into halftime, they
really turned it up in the second
half.
Davies subbed continuously
throughout the second half and all
Bulldogs played significant
minutes.
"We are continually building
team chemistry through the
summer league," said Davies.
"Sometimes you're on fire,
sometimes you're flat. You have
to learn to deal with all situations.


"In the Maclay game, everybody
contributed to the win, particularly
in the second half where we were-
really clicking defensively, getting
steals and turnover buckets. We,
got out to a 17-19 point margin in
the first five minutes of the second
half and continued to execute well


the rest of the way."
The Bulldogs will close out the
summer season with a two-game
evening next Tuesday. Taylor will
play Pope John Paul II in the 7
p.m. opener, then finish the
season with District 3-3A rival
Florida High.


July 24-27

All-star cheer camp set


Taylor Elite Cheerleading will
be conducting a second all-star
cheer camp this summer for K
through 5th graders.
The camp will be held July 24-
27 at Taylor Gymnastics,
Cheerleading and Dance and will
run daily from 5. p.m. until 7 p.m.
The cost is $4Q per participant.
The camp will emphasize cheers


and dance, strength and
conditioning and stunts and
tumbling.
' Participants will receive a t-shirt
and will perform at a Taylor
County Middle School football
game this fall.
The deadline to register is July
19.
For more information, call 584-
7382.


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A-7 Perry News-Herald July 14-15, 2006;


'Turning Point Puppets'



to perform this weekend


Puppet show set for Sunday
A special Children's Day puppet presentation will be held this weekend
at Church of God of Prophecy Sunday, July 16, at 11 a.m.
The "Turning Point Puppets" have 30 years experience in children's
ministry and will give a "special presentation for the entire family." For
more information, call Jim at 371-2004.
Deliverance Ministry holds dedication
New Pastor Mary Robins and the congregation of Garments of Praise
Deliverance Ministry invite the community to their weekend services of
dedication.
The church, located at 1000 S. Jefferson St., Suite D, ill hold services
July 14-15 at 7 p.m., with the dedication service culminating during
Sunday's 11 a.m. worship.
Pastor C. Lofton of Tallahassee and Bishop Anderson of Albany, Ga.,
will be the guest speakers for this event. Everyone is encouraged to attend.
Be there at 10 a.m.!
For the month of July and the first Sunday in August, summer worship
will begin at 10 a.m. at the First Presbyterian Church on Plantation Road.
Sunday School is in recess during this time period.
The Rev. Larry D. Neal, pastor of the church, invites, the community to
attend.
Bible schools underway at 2 churches
Southside Baptist Church opened its doors for Vacation Bible School on
July 9 with classes from 6-8:30 p.m.
The "Arctic Edge" adventure continues (for age 3 to adults) through
today, July 14. Each evening, supper precedes classes at 5:30 p.m.
Everyone is invited.
Pisgah Baptist Church will continue its "Arctic Edge" adventure through
today (Friday) with classes for kindergarten through middle school. .Supper
is served each evening at 5:30 p.m.

Obituaries


Mary Hope Quiette
Mary Hope Quiette, 39, of
Steinhatchee died July 12, 2006, at
Haven Hospice in Chiefland.
She graduated from Dixie
County High School in 1985.
Survivors include: her mother,
Irene Quiette of Steinhatchee; and
three sisters, Teresa Kilpatrick of
Chiefland, Susan Kirk of Roanoke
Rapids, N.C., and Tammy Lloyd of


Bryant, Ala.
Funeral services will be held
Saturday, July 15, at 11 a.m. at
Rick Gooding Funeral Home in
Cross City with Steve Lloyd
officiating.
Family members will receive
friends at lO a.m. prior to the
service.
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biggest value is the relationships
we Have made on the road to .our
fundraising. I applaud the city for
using us as a tool...we are a means
to 4i; end," United Way Director
Dr. Ken Armstrong said.
hi the coming weeks, United
Way "will be conducting a mail out
tp o all city residents with


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'Scallop Swing' Saturday

The Taylor Coastal Communities Association will be sponsoring a
"Scallop Swing" this Saturday, July 15, at Hodges Park in Keaton Beach.
The festivities start at 4 p.m. and continue through 10 p.m., including
music, dancing and food by the Keaton Beach Hot Dog Stand.


information on the donation
program.
"We will also be including
information on all the agencies
served by United Way so that
residents can learn about the
programs and their services,"
Hamby said.
Many of the programs
previously funded by the city will
be eligible to seek funding from
United Way.


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speaker for, the Perry Rotary Club. Abdo spoke on the risk
factors and early warning'signs of diabetes. He also listed the


DUDLEY
Coatinued from page. 1
alLE- land developments and
construction projects countywide.
#e has managed road projects,
totaling $6.3 million and enabled
the-=county to save more than
$425000 on engineering costs.
.We are very happy for
Kenneth," said Taylor County
Commission Chairman Daryll
Giufiter. "This award demonstrates
the&-evel of excellence of our
icounity employees and'shows how
locals can rise to the top of their
fieldFand remain in their hometown
community. Kenneth is a very
iniportant part of the Taylor
Cobfity team and I ask everyone to
joiri.'in congratulating him on the
prestigious honor."
id- dley has also held a large role
in the management of the county's
liirgst capital project initiative


currently underway, the Taylor
County Sports Complex.
The Sports Complex project has
gone through several years of
transition and redesign to conform
to permitting requirements of
protected wetlands and community
concerns. Dudley worked with a
number of agencies including the
Department of Environmental
Protection, Florida Department of
Transportation, Suwannee River
Water Management District,
Baseball Tomorrow and the Babe
Ruth Baseball league land the City
of Perry, as well as local soccer and
baseball associations.
"From reading the nomination
description, Taylor County is truly
fortunate in having Kenneth as an
employee. Congratulations to
Kenneth and Taylor County," said
Janet D. Degner, co-director of the
Florida Transportation Technology
Transfer Center.


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and medication.


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examines engine companies,
ladder or service companies,
distribution of fire stations and fire
companies, equipment carries on,
apparatus, pumping capacity,
reserve apparatus, department
manning and training.
The water system is reviewed for
40 percent and focuses on. the
water supply a community uses for
fire suppression, including hydrant
size, type and installation, as well


as inspection frequency and
condition of fire hydrants.
Steinhatchee received a 48.90
percent :score in the analysis,
which was conducted in February.
The area received 5.18 .percent
out of 10 for fire alarm and
communication systems, 19.28
percent of 50 for the fire
department and 33.46 percent out
of 50 for water supply. It also lost
9.02 percent in a reduction to
"reflect a difference in the relative
score for fire department and water
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Visit Florida, on behalf of the
Florida Commission on Tourism
has awarded arn advertising
matching grant to the Perry/Taylor
County Chamber of Commerce.
Officials announced the $2,5,00
grant award during the
commission's June 15 meeting in
Ft. Myers.
"The purpose of this grant
program is to help local
governments and nonprofit entities .
do more effective tourism
marketing," Chamber Director
Dawn Taylor said..
"We are pleased that Visit
Florida and the Florida
Comnmission on Tourism selected


us from among a large number of
grant applicants. These funds will
be used for printing promotional
brochures and materials
advertising our bluegrass festivals
in Perry and will help us better
position Taylor County as a


desirable destination for tourists,"
Taylor said.
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partnership responsible for
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other horse tack and more.
7/12-7/14
Avon Clearance Sale Saturday, July 15,
2726 Lakeside Dr. Lots of Avon 50 to 60%
off. Lots of Jewelry too. Free gift. w/$25
purchase. Give'your loved one something
different. This year' how about an Avon
basket stuftedwfitblolts.oLGoQdies.for men i
6? Women. Call 584-6289'or 843-2605 iill *-
.custom make yours you name the price.
Out 27 east towards Mayo turn right
between John Deere & Lakeside Church
onto Lakeside Dr. Third house on right
'follow signs or call for directions
'7/14
Don't miss Toni's Close Out Sale and
More! Friday and Saturday 8 a.m.-5 p.m.'at
301 West Ash Street. Look for the tent!
7/14
Yard Sale July 15, beginning at 7 a.m.
Down sizing to move, Thomas Kincaid
train set, flower arrangements, fish
aquarium-complete, appliances, many
odds and ends (NO JUNK!), some clothes
- boy's (10/12), men's (30-34), ladies (8).
Toys and any tools and stuff the husband '
will part with. Also have 3 male kittens,
white w/blue eyes (Siamese, very sweet
and ready to adopt. 3586 S. Old Dixie
Hwy.
7/14
Yard Sale 3 family Hwy. 19 N. at Bo &
Mary Swindle home. Look for signs at
Andrew' Reams Rd. 8-until.
7/14
Friday & Saturday 8 a.m. 2 :pm. Sadler
Drum, 4289 Hwy. 98 West. Hot'dog's and,
soda $1 each.
7/14
Yard Sale July 15, 8-2 p.m. Devane's
Timber locatebl on 19 south, right before
the Fenholloway bridge on the left. Will be
inside in the air-condition. Toys, clothes,
tool boxes, desk, trinkets etc..
7/14
Yard Sale Saturday, Lots of children's
clothes. Lots of stuff. 2140 Fern St. off
Woods Creek Rd. 7:30-noon.
7/14


Craftmatic Bed (electric) For Sale $500
Cash. Call from 9 a.m. 9 p.m. 584-8752.
7/12-7/28

A BRAND NEW KING PILLOW TOP
Mattress Set: $250. In sealed plastic with ,
warranty. Can Deliver (850)425-8374
7/14GCN
BED CHERRY SLEIGH BED (Solid
Wood) NEW IN BOX $250. (850)222-2113
7/14GCN
Bed A New FULL brand MATTRESS &'
BASE in' plastic with warranty, $120.
(850)545-7112
7/14GCN
BEDROOM SET A KING BED, Chest,
TV Armoire, 2 Nightstands. Brand New,
Still Boxed. Suggested Retail $3500,
Sacrifice $1000. Can Deliver, (850)222-
9879.
7/14GCN
BEDROOM: Brand .new 6 piece set,
COMPLETE. ALL NEW in boxes, $550.
(850)222-7783
7/14GCN
COUCH + LOVESEAT MICROFIBER,
Stain Resistant, ALL NEW, Lifetime
Warranty, Can Deliver. Sug. Retail $1250,
Sell $475, (850)425-8374
7,'14GCN : 'I _,.
Couch & Loveseat: BRAND NEW
LEATHER still wrapped, lifetime warranty,
can deliver. $1900 suggested list, must
sell $795. Delivery available. (850)545-
7112
7/14GCN
DINNING ROOM: Beautiful NEW table, 6
chairs and china cabinet. Suggested retail
$1800, sell $850, still .boxed, can deliver.
(850)222-2113
7/14GCN


VERY LARGE 6-FAMILY

YARD SALE

Friday & Saturday, July 14 & 15
8:00 a.m. until
12560 Spring Warrior Rd.




Large Quantity of Quality Hand Tools
& Power Tools -- all in excellent condition
Furniture & Household Goods
Mechanic Tools & 2004 Ford Ranger Pick-up
Lots of Tractor Equipment
Play Equipment & Children's Clothing
Large Coin Collection Office Equipment & Furniture
ATV, Golf Cart & Trailer Spa & Much, Much More!
F.K M R0.. *.I:1ORATIO AL:-.035


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YARD SALE


Antiques & Collectibles

Friday 2:00-6:00

Saturday 9:00 5:00


Old Amain Store

Hwy. 19 N. in Eridu 4



WANT TO BUY

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


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


I


MOVING SALE Antique armoire with
cherry inlay $350, antique rocking chair
$200, Large screen TV $450, Bookcase
$100, cherry day bed with trundle $300,
weight bench $100, free weights $75,
riding lawn mower $100, chest of drawers
$50, antique storage bench $50. Call
today! 843-1651.
7/12
For Sale 6 pc Dining Set, 4 chairs, table
w/leaf, light up China Cabinet, wood with
wrought iron detail. $1,000. 080. Call
850-223-2793,
7/12-7/14


(4) 285/16 Buckshot
mudgrip tires,,very good shape $250
Bed mat for 2004 Chevreolet truck $50
Tool Box for full size truck $125
584-2871

Beach House Rental due to cancellation
for 3rd and 4th week of July. Call (850)
578-2090 or (850) 997-5972 Call for
details.
7/12-7/21
Local Wild Flower Honey 6553 Beach Rd,
Call 223-1745 or 843-2550. Ask for Chris
or Dina.
7/12-7/26
For Sale Brand new ESPN Game Station
(arcade style) with 21 electronic games
75. Reg Price $189.99
Instep Jogging Stroller $45. reg, price $90.
Call 838-1721.
7/12




Presently rented 3 bedroom rental home
$25,000. Buyer pays closing cost. 584-
9107.
7/5-7/14
Three acres w/2002 DWMH 3BR/2 Bth,
covered patio and carport. Beautifully
landscaped w/16x32 swimming pool with
deck. Serious Inquiries. Call for appt. to
see this 'beautiful home, Close to new
hospital. Additional land available.
$165,000.850-584-5832. a i-i v,-
6/23-7/19
For Sale By Owner Duplex Rental
Property Good Investment Opportunity -
Both sides currently rented Asking 165K -
Serious Offers will be considered Call
584-3118.
7/12-8/4
For Sale 3 bedroom 2 bath double wide
mobile home on 9 acres more or less. Call
584-9235.
7/12-7/14


CallMar Sothe:an (80) 84-021 soh gtc


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Land for sale,.221 between Shiloh Church
Rd, and Cairo Parker Rd. 1 acre lots with
paved roads. Owner financing available.
Please call (386) 658-1346 or (850) 584-
7466.
tfEF
2 city lots behind PIZZA HUT, on
Magnolia street large live oak, fenced with
well, ready for your home, excellent buy!
$65,000. Call Jason Heartsfield @ 850-
843-0503, Nature Coast Inc.
6/30tfnJH
2800 SF 4 BR/2 Bth home on 1.8 ac. off
Paul Poppell Rd. w/enclosed patio,
beautiful sunroom, large attic storage,
fenced in backyard with inground pool.
reat neighborhood! Excellent buy!
250,000. Call Jason Heartsfield @ 850-
843-0503. Nature Coast Inc.
6/30tfnJH

FOR SALE
BY OWNER






828 East Cherry St., Perry
Brick home-three bedrooms, two
bathrooms, spacious living area with
fireplace, kitchen has new appliances
and fenced-in backyard. Good
neighborhood and close tothe schools.
Listing price $95,000
Contact Ella Jane Freeman
for more information
850-584-7478 or 850-838-6941
or 1-352-498-5771
Email: jabo@perry.gulfnet.com
Serious inquiries only


HOMES
REAL ESTATE JR2A


Lanark Village great inves
Lot in one of the panha
communities near Carra
minutes near boat ramp,
beaches, Motivated Seller -
$120,000 850-223-2370
7/14BCB
11 acres and a beautiful 4 B
Tons of custom trim wc
condition. Ben Eakins Rd. $
223-2370
7/14BCB,




2 BR/1 Bth mobile homE
central H/A $375 per mo
-deposit. Application and ref
some restrictions apply. Ca
7/12RB .
Newly remodeled office S
for lease, electric, water,
removal included, only $26
Select Group Realty @ 850
6/21tfnSGR

Southern Villas of Perry!!
New Management!!
HUD Vouchers accepted. 1
HC and non-HC accessible
Call 850-584-8111. TDD/
Puckett Rd. Perry, FL
Housing Opportunity.
tfSV
3 BR/1 .BTH, city, very n
$500-600 mo. next to laund
W. $300 deposit. (stove
furnished) central heat &
7884.
7/7tfnBW

WOODRIDGE APART
1, 2 and 3 BR HC and Non-I
apartments. HUD voucher
Equal Opportunity. Office hc
5:00 Mon-Thurs. Call 850-5
W. Church St., Perry, FL 323
tfWA,
Commercial Building For L
town building Brand new
including receptionist area
area. All internet and
handicap accessible :aiho.
Call Select Group Realty at
7/12tfnSGR


Inside and Treasures & More Glassware
Outside Shops New Hours: Sat-Sun 10-4 Antiques
We buy...call us! Collectibles

Set-up -PrrJF le .aiMaJm Tools,
$8 & up Hwy. 19 S.* 838-1422 584-7124 Mon-Th Furniture


FOR RENT.

Large Office
Space
Great Location in
Downtown Perry
$535 per Month

Call 850-556-2336


DRIVERS *


$2000.00


UP FRONT BONUS


WANT TO BE HOME AT 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.

REQUIREMENTS: CLASSACDL
HAZMAT
TANKER

NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY!!!
WE WILL TRAIN YOU

CALL 850-584-6666 ext. 402


stment! 50x100 TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY
ndles coastal COMMISSIONERS
belle Lot is 5 EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
shopping and Road Maintenance Tech $8.04/ hr. +
make an offer benefits
Planner- $34,777- $39,145 + benefits
Fire Fighter $10.78/hr. + benefits = must
have Florida FF Certificate
3R/4 BA home. Custodian 15 hrs. per week- $6.49/hr
ork, excellent Entirejob descriptions and requirements
$369,000. 850- can be viewed at HYPERLINK
"htt'://www.tcfl-libinfo.com" www.tcfl-
libinfo.com or Taylor Employment
Connections, 1702 S. Jefferson Street.
Z J Positions are open until filled. Taylor
County is an EOE/VP/Drug
Testing/Background Check Employer.

total electric Grounds Keeper full or part time to
Total electric maintain property grass, plants, etc., all
nth,-plus $250 tools furnished, Can Guarantee 40 hours.
erence required Paid vacation, sick leave, holidays and
ill 584-3889. health insurance, Must be reliable and in
good health. Drug test required. Apply at
Ware Oil & Supply, 2715 S. Byron Butler
suites available Pkwy Perry, FL 32348.
gas and ira.li 7/14tfnWO
0 monthly, Call
-584-4401.
HOUSEKEEPERS NEEDED
Experienced housekeeper needed.
Dependable with reliable transportation is
a must. Please apply in person at
Steinhatchee Landing Resort, 203 Ryland
and 2 bedroom Circle, Steinhatchee, FL 32359. 352-498-
le apartments. 3513.
TTY 711. 315 12/9tfnSL


334I. tqua3i


lice, no doos
Iry on Hwy. 98
& refrigerator
air. Call 584-


rMENTS!!
HC accessible
s considered.
ours are 8:00-
584-5668. 709
348. TDD 711.

Lease Down
Y. 10 office's
a and waiting
phone 'equip,
om MuIJI ee,
850-584-4401."


Cedar Island Properties Gulf front and
Deep Canal access. Call 850-223-2370.
7/14BCB
Maye4n condition! 4 BR/2!,BA',DWMH'bn,cl
one of area's nicest neighborhoods
$80,000 Make an offers 850-223-2370
7/14BCB
Great Vacation haven! 3 BR/ 2 BA DWMH
on the Beach Rd., Barn, Kennel & bird
aviary. Seller motivated! $135,000,850-
223-2370
7/14BCB
Reduced price 2005 Fleetwood DWMH,
3 BR/2 BA on 1.3 acres Pine Ridge
Subdiv. $95,000.850-223-2370
7/14BCB
Enjoy the Wildlife, yet convenient to town!
Lake-Bird area. Lovely 4 BR/u2.5 BA on 4.5
acm/I but, surrounded by 280 + acres.
$350,000. 850-223-2370 2
7/14BCB
Dairy King Restaurant Great Opportunity
for a family business! Established
clientele, owner financing available.
$300,000 motivated seller. 850-223-2370
7/14BCB
US Hwy, 19 2 adjacent properties
available can be sold separately or
together. $450,000 for each zoned acreage
at 3 acres m/1 or 8 acres m/1 850-223-
2370
7/14BCB
Sale Pending 2.5 acres on Beach Rd,,
Ocean Pond Subdv. Limited Commercial.
850-223-2370
7/14BCB
First time home buyers You may be
available for a reduced interest rate loan
through USDA Rural Housing. Call today
for more details! 850-223-2370
7/14BCB


The District School Board of Taylor
.County Head Start Program is accepting
applications for the following vacant
positions:
Teacher Aide (Perry)- 10-mos. 8 hrs.
Minimum qualifications are: Associate
Degree in Early Childhood Education or
related field. High School diploma or
equivalency and passing score on.Parapro
Assesment Test are required. Recent
satisfactory experience working with pre-
school children is preferred. Must be able
to promote developmentally appropriate
practices and take direction from
supervisors.
Bus Aide (Steinhatchee) 9 mos. 4 hrs. (2
hours in the morning; 2 hours in the
afternoon) Minimum qualifications are: A
High School Diploma. Patience and a
special desire to work with preschool
students. Must be in e. cellenl physical
conri ,n aid, able -o do hea'y Irlingr
Abilily to. follow nsirucirnni, and
communicate effectively and courteously.
Interested applicants please contact,
Employment Connections, 584-7604.
These positions are 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 these
positions is July 21,2006,12:00 Noon.
If reasonable ADA accommodations are
needed for the application process, please
notify our Personnel Director during the
application period at 850-838-2500.
7/14-7/19.'


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HELP WANTED Badcock Home
Furniture and More, Warehouse Delivery
person. Good license and must be 21..
6/21tfnBC

Business Services Technician
GT Corn, a total communications
company provider in Northwest Florida
with 55,000 access lines, has vacancy for
a Business Services Technician for our
Taylor County market. Successful
candidate will be responsible for the
installation and maintenance of
data/networking equipment and wiring in
addition to support to our sales force
through on-site inspections and customer
visits. A two year degree or equivalent.
required with additional technical training.
or experience a plus.
We offer a competitive salary and benefits
package including 401 K. Please respond
in confidence to:
Susan Machemer
Human Resources Manager
GT Comn
'P. O. Box 220
Port St. Joe, FL 32457
FAX: 850-229-8689
EOE/MFDV

OCCUPATION PROFILE
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
DISTRICT TWO
POSITION NUMBER: 55004847
OCCUPATION: Highway Maintenance
-Workers.- Level 1
WORKING TITLE: Highway Maintenance
Technician II
BROADBAND CODE: 47-4051-01
WORK SCHEDULE: 4/10, MON. -THURS.
(7:00 A.M.- 5:30 P.M.)
UNIT: Perry Maintenance
CONTACT: Jessica Rucks
TELEPHONE: (850)838-5800
POSITION LOCATED IN Perry, FL/Taylor
County BIWEEKLY- RECRUITMENT
SALARY RANGE: $800.00- $960.00
"Benefits include: state pension plan,
subsidized health/life insurance plans; paid
holidays/paid vacation and sick leave."
TYPE OF ADVERTISEMENT:
Internal X_X Open Compet-ive
Special Requirements: Must Posses a
Valid Class "B" Commercial Driver's
License
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
1) KNOWLEDGE.OF MAINTENANCE OF
TRAFFIC.
2) SKILL IN USING HAND AND POWER
TOOLS, AS WELL AS, EQUIPMENT IN
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
WORK.
3) ABILITY TO WORK OUTDOORS.
(STAND, BEND, WALK AND LIFT 50
POUNDS).
4) SKILL IN OPERATION AND LIGHT
MAINTENANCE ON VEHICLES AND/OR
MECHANIZED EQUIPMENT.
5) ABILITY TO WORK EFFECTIVELY
AS A TEAM MEMBER.
SPECIAL NOTES: If you need an
accommodation because of a disability in
order to participate in the
appiicalion.,seiecion process, please notify
the contact person in advance We hire
only U.S. citizens and lawfully authorized
alien worker For applicants claiming.,
veterans Preference please lax your DD214
to People Firsti; 904!/636-2627.
The Department of Transportation, is an
Equal Employment Opportunity, Affirmative
Action, Drug Free Workplace employer.
-7/14-7/21
Driver Dedicated Regional
*Guaranteed*
Home EVERY Wkend
AVG. $825- $1025/wk
65% preloaded/pretarped
Jacksonville, FL Terminal
CDL -A req'd 877-428-5627
www.ctdrivers.com
7/12

Call about our drivers that
Make $70-99k per year!.
Home most night &wknds!
CDL-A, 2yrs.exp. Req.
800-889-8139
7/12,7/19
Fabrication and Construction Inc.
P.O. Box 168
Murrayville, Georgia 30564
Accepting Applications for the following
craft: Pipe fitters, Welders, Milrights,
Superintendent. Pay scale based on
experience, Growing Company located in
North Georgia. Great Pay and Benefits!
Please contact us: Phone-in 770-536-5969
or fax in 770-536-5991 your resume.
6/28-7/21

Muscians Do you like to play music? If
you do I am the one to see! I need bass
player, rythem player, and drummer.
Country & Old time rock anrd roll. If
interested Call (850)578-2606. Perry,
Keaton Beach, FL.
6/28-7/14'
Accounts Receivable specialist needed.
Must be proficient in Microsoft Office with
a typing speed 40 AWPM. Accounting
degree desired. Send resume to 584-6339.
7/12-7/14WO
C.N.A Smaller, modern skilled nursing
center. PTO system. Nice work
atmosphere. Seeking persons with
excellent work history and attendance
record. Full time 10 pm to 6 am position.
Also, variable schedule position with
primary day shift hours. Contact Jennifer
Richardson. Lafayette Health Cae th Center,
512 W. Main St., Mayo, FL
7/5-7/14NC
Experienced convenient store manager
needed. Call Ware Oil at 584-6666 or fax
resume to 584-6339. Ware Oil is an equal
opportunity employer of drug free
workplaces.
7/7tfnWO


ISER_ _


1995 Cadilac STS 4 dr .ec shape ice
cold air, riew ires, only 115.000 miles
Candy Apple Red Reduced o10 3450
O.B.O. Cal, 352-498-66144
7/14-7/26JB
1979 F-250 Ext. Cab, LovB 2WD. 4 10
gears, C-6; 460, Blow-i head gas'et.
needs carb. $500 371-0405 Berween 4 00
and 8:00 p.m..
7/ -


-I-.
'96' AT.' PoI-,ln i: pc.rl;mai
mile Gr & Bll ratr I ri. d
u.d :rnl E, : "Condilidonr 3
Wanr, ed u ii., Irailer for AT

7/12DG
3ra BiTirn lop ior boal 60)
..:-,,3,d hap.p V i:) Firm 1850) 22
7/12
FOR SALE 0I' Kazuma 1
auIl re.er'.e s& hih w/rev
.1 I.iiJ 2 CO.CalKals wilh Ig
ntoy and big playland Cage
asking j30i0 Call 223.
rressage

For-Sale PSC Copperhead Vi
Crossbow 150 ilb drawi2.q1 FP
7/12-7/26
'03' S.:uh' Z400 very fas
1."2100 OBO ,Call 843-0377.

FOR SALE 25' Century Boa
Slump l.n,,:cker Boat and iradi
838.1723
714.7,'/21

ATV for sai. Call 584-7003 for
7,14rfnDG

For SalE 24 ft. Grady Whi
Cuddy lull carivas 235 John
Iraiier Fcr rio call 850-578.-2
6/.30.7 14PP




Black Lab puppies,-8 weeks
free to a good home,Call 672-
2956.
7/14
2 male Maltese puppy's $600
584-2883
6/28rttrWFS




LOST DOG about 2 week
Walmarl Elderly woman's
Gray male Sitzu Was wea
with lags PLEASE Cal
niarmalion '584-5845
7,147.1'9




I need a ride from Perry
Monday -Friday 8 amrr 5 p n
838-2039 and ask lor Kat
message.
712-7/14

LOOKI NG FOR UNW


JD's Tree Service and Lawn Care
Licensed and insured Free estimates We
also grind stumps Call today 838-1280
Firewood for sale -
rf.JD
Palm Trees Done Prolessionallyi 20 year
experience, slump grindirg tree trimming,
Licensed & Insured Call John at 850-672-
0290


A 2- Farfri and Lawn Services
j Harrowing bush hoqg mowing, dirt leveling
SI rake work and comnpleie lawn ser.ices.
Tree rimming, remrrioal dump truck
services i1all 584-6737
4/12tfn
n 500 600
damage adult CARPET & VINYL
500 0 B 0 installation and repairs done at a good
Vi 4-whe-eler price No overhead Direct savings to you
30 years experience 850-838-9050
Please leave message
01/04tfnBR
inches wide.
3 1457 HURRICANE SEASON IS HERE"!I
TREE REMOVAL, STUMP GRINDING
Free Estimates. Bucket Truck Available.
50 cc. greer branches trimmed Licensed & insured.
erse Asking Call John (Sesocki. (850) 584-2027 or
cage Lots of (850) 591-8301
is 30x18x36. 7/57/28
1053 leave
LLC. Jeff Wilson Tile installation. Tile
repair re-grout, concrete coating Call 838-
iper 5929
PS $125. 5/5tinJW

Brenda & Teena's House Cleaning & Lawn
I low hours Mowing. Residential & Business. For
Free Estimate call 850-223-2477
6/2.7/26
at $3500, 14'
er $400 Call JVOLET HILTON'S CLEANING SERVICE
LICENSED AND INSURED
Home, Business, parties, etc.., You will
see a difference! References available.
more inlo Work Guaranteed. Call 850-843-1112 (cell)
or for emergency cleaning call 850-584-
2407.
ite off shore
,son. float on Whole Sale Transmrssions used & rebuilt
500 I also buy old transmissions for Cores
850-843-2904, or 850-584-3193
3/8tfnRS


The Handyman experts LLC, honest woiki
s. had shows. Affordable, professional, licensed and
-01 45 or578- insured Specializing in house painting
interior etc mobile home repairs home
maintenance, pressure washing (wood and
a piece. Call concrete) carpel, vinyl, wood floor, ceramic
tile, and repairs. Call 584-2270 (home) or
584-3776 (office). 25 years
tfJM
STUMP GRINDING
AND
PRESSURE WASHING.
Free Estimatesll
(s ago near Call Billy Blue at
companion 838-1307 or 672-0955
rnng a collar 3/1OttnBB
i with ANY
: Bush Hog' Mowing, Dozer.Work, 'Rake
Work, Land Clearing, Free Estimates Call
1850)843-2187
ff | 4/5-9/15

4 /591 5 MURRAY SERVICES
to Madison Licensed and Bonded
i Please call Commercial & Residential
hy or leave mowing. weed eating shrubbery care.
flower beds!
FREE ESTIMATESI'I -

(Home) 850 584-8420
AMTED (Cell) 850-371 0530


APPLIANCES:
Refrigerators, Washers, Dryers ,
Windows, AC Units, Working or.
Non-working. Give me a call and
I'll pick it up! Call/843-0356.

Wanted dead or alive: Junk cars, trucks,
iraciors eic. Wanted Izuzu and Toyota
trucks for export. 386-688-3999.
7/14S
..Free pickup of junk cars/ trucks and
abandoned or unwanted vehicles. Top
cash on all that run. Call 386-344-3930,
7.14.10,'4

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


7/14-8/9


P,jr.ua'ni r,. ecrc.n 2.13(B) of the City
C--rner or itre Cn-i or Per,' Fioriaa
rnonce r. neec, gil.en trial ire Ci .,
Coun.:iil na oir.nrric..iiaon aon. First
Pending on Orainar,.:e i.:. 822 orn Jui
1i 200o in thv Civ Ccun,.il Chambems
224 S. J.ereicn :iei Pe,, Fri.a ire
Public Hearing nd Final' Reading on
Ordinance. No. 822 i ..:-r, jiue .:.' i-c
City Council Regular Mt.'-inr or, Ju.l, 2'.
2006 at 6:30 p. m. 0o ci n.:..:.n ri-earne,
as possible. Any Interested persons
may appear and be heard on the
auocilernnmc-rea public hearing date.
tic.rice i; airt,:. gi'.en, pursuant to Florida
Statutes 286.0105 that any ',ers.rn
deciding to appeal any'decisiono me
go any mdecls one m, 2


LOOKING FOR

INNOVATIVE FLEXIBLE

HOURS...

Need more time with family?

Want to return to school? Just ?????


5. ..

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come all!

PERRY ELKS




Monday 7:00 p.m.
Public Welcome
V 305 Puckett Road /


TREE CAPITAL

CLEANING

UPHOLSTERY
& CARPET 'I
CLEANING
Dries in 3-4 hours

584-CLEAN
(584-2532)


FOR SALE

Reconditioned

Used Appliances
Location:
Big Bend Buildings
1700 S, Byron Butler Pkwy.
(next to Wilson's Bait & Tackle)
584-2260
[Hours: 9:00-5:30 Mon.-Sat.I


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Citv Co ,incil with respect t. any matter
conr.iaeied .ar e rnee,,r.g ..ill need oa
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include: in ieE'rmor.r, ar,- evidence
upon ,r,,ncn me aoc.eai s :. ce based.
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urnleislgei-a irienri:. I0 .11 llre personal
proven ,escloea cel,:o.. 1 enforce a
lien impoe on ar,ia cr.'oer-., under The
Floraa Sell storage fac.lllr, .''t Statutes
(.ecion r83 80i 63 809'i
Inhe under.igned .mill sel31 or ublic .ole by
compaeiilve cbiaing :r inre 2ra jo/ of
July 2006 or 1000 oTN, on ire premises
where sol.: pop.pev1, na' ueen stored
na rhic-r, are locaieo I l.ock & Key
Mini Storage i 309 elierson Street,
Perry, Floriao. Couni, .1 ia,.i.r, State of
Flo.,oa. ine rol.-ilo-,g
Losno.vnare Montrgorrmei/ uit F97 F9-
houSehold g9,O..
Rrnnie .-jBure lirit F51
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good: ,
Pegg, Hir r .i ..uE.r .
Purchares mi 1:,c1 c.ia i,- o1 invr i-,
ol purch.-ie in cah .,or r:t, r .eoii Oni,
A"l Duicr.ased un-rii. o J : I: ..orj 1 i
and Item: mur .j.:i r, emn..ea and unit
cleaned ar rne time .o ale ';,ale subject
l0 cinceIot'ion in ire event of
settlement c.eilaeer, o..ner and
Obligated parr/
Datea inii 1 21r, dcay ,I Jui,' 2006,
7' 1 1.4 19. 21


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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
ci'me, but are considered innocent
ulitil proven guilty.
May 20:
-Reginald Daniel Byrd, 31, U.S.
Hwy. 27 NE; ranford, DUBAL,
Columbia County warrant for
pLossing worthless bank checks,
Siwannee County warrants for
FTA for possession of cocaine,
open container, and passing
Worthless bank checks (four
dounts), Ptl. Norris, PPD. .
--Jamie S. Nettles, 29, Sam
Poppell Road, trespass after
warning, domestic violence, Ptl.
Kelly, PPD.
May 21:
-John Ardis Simmons, 41,









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Cocquina Michelle Braddock,
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