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2/12/2005
P.K. YONGE LIBRARY
p.O. BOX 117007
GAINESVILLE, FL 32611


Soccer Team Wins District
See Page 11


Inmate Dies in Jail
See Page 15


'Thorny Hedge' May Be OK
See Page 3


Legislators

Will Visit

Cra wfordville
Wakulla County elected offi-
cials and residents will have the
oppo tun itn' to speak to their Leg-
islative Delegation Thursday, Feb.
10 at 6 p.m. in the Wakulla
County Commission chambers at
196 Ochlockonee Street in Craw-
fordville.
A town hall meeting format
will be used. Legislative Delega-
tion Chairman Senator Al Lawson
said the meeting will be an op-
portunity for individuals to bring
up local issues of concern and
submit any proposed legislation.
Senator Lawson represents
District 6 while Rep. Will Ken-
drick represents House District 10
and Rep. David Coley represents
House District 7.
The hearing will allow citizens
to meet their legislators, discuss
concerns, ask questions and of-
fer comments for the upcoming
2005 Legislative Session. The
2005 Florida Legislative Session
will begin on Tuesday, March 8.

-Valentine

Celebration

is Saturday
The Rotary Club of Wakulla
County will host its annual
Valentine's Parade and Celebra-
tion Saturday, Feb. 12 in Craw-
fordville.
The event, which will be held
in Hudson Park, begins at 8 a.m.
with a breakfast in the park. Eggs,
sausage, grits, biscuits and coffee
will be served for $5. The break-
last will conclude at 10 a.m.
Parade participants will line up
on Myrtle Drive at 9 a.m., start at
10 a.m. and follow a route onto
U.S. Highway 319. The parade will
conclude at the Wakulla County
Courthouse.
The festivities at the park in-
clude entertainment, arts and
crafts and food such as hot dogs,
seafood, sausages, funnel cakes,
cotton candy and more.
An amusement carnival will
set up at the park Friday, Feb. 11
and continue on Feb. 12. The car-
nival will include bumper boats,
Please turn to Page 14

Family Fun

Scheduled

On Feb. 19
The Wakulla County Christian
Coalition will celebrate Black His-
tory Month Saturday, Feb. 19 from
9 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the second
annual "Family Fun Day" at
Hudson Park in Crawfordville.
Festivities will begin with a
parade and speakers include
Geraldine Johnson, educational
director of the John G. Riley Cen-
ter Museum of African American
History and Culture. Johnson will
speak on and display a quilt of
African American history through
the various eras.
There will be food and games
for children. The coalition is ac-
tively soliciting support and
hopes to involve the entire
Wakulla County community.
For more information or to
become part of the parade or
other activities, call Annie Ruth
Francis at 926-6320 or .Queen
Webster at 926-3416. Jennie V.
Jones is president of the coalition.


Inside

This Week
Almanac..................... Page 13
Church........................ Page 4
Classifieds.......... Page 16
Community ............... Page 5
Crossword Puzzle........ Page 16
Outdoors........... Page 12
People............. Page 6
School............. Page 10
Sheriff's Report........... Page 15


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Lawmakers

File Bill On

Mullet Nets
Complaining that the state
Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission has become too
political, local legislators have
filed a bill to define what consti-
tutes a legal net.
The bill, sponsored by Rep.
Will Kendrick (D-Carrabelle) and
Sen. Al Lawson (D-Tallahassee),
would define a legal net as 500
square feet, constructed of non- 1
monofilament material, without
regard to mesh size.
The bill is a challenge to the q
FWC's rule, approved at a meet-
ing in Panama City Beach last
week, that requires nets have a
mesh size no larger than two
inches.
Kendrick, who is vice-chair of
the House Committee on Envi- -
ronmental. Regulation, said he
feels the FWC has become "pub-
lic-opinion- driven and not re-
source-management driven."
The FWC looks at the politics
of the issue rather than relying
on biological, economic, or envi-
ronmental data, Kendrick said. In
the case of nets, the legislator
said, the agency has been swayed
by the numbers: there ar& 1,500
commercial rrullet fishermen vs.
a million recreational fishers.
Sen. Lawson said that his hope
is that the bill will "cut out so
much of the conflict that exists"
between different groups. If the
bill passes, Lawson said, "It will
give fishermen an opportunity to
actually go out and make a liv-
ing."
The constitutional amend-
ment limiting net fishing the
so-called net ban outlawed gill
nets, and the state contends that
any large-mesh net primarily
catches fish by killing or entan-
gling them.
The bill, filed in the House on
Tuesday, Feb. 8, states: "Any net
constructed of braided or twisted
nylon, cotton, linen twine, or
polypropylene twine, regardless
of its mesh size, not exceeding
500 square feet shall not be con-
sidered a gill or entangling net
and may be used to harvest mul-
let in the waters of this state."
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Serving Wakulla County For More Than A Century


Deputy Mike Helms And Sherif Harvey With The High-Tech Monte Carlo

Intimidator Is trolling Roads


By KEITH BLACKMAR
Of The Wakulla News
The Wakulla County Sheriff's
Office is the first law enforce-
ment agency in the state to add
the' late Dale Earnhardt inspired
Iitimidator to the fleet of law
enforcement vehicles that enforce
traffic laws.
Deputy Mike Helms has been
assigned to the traffic and safety
unit and drives the 2004 Chev-
rolet Monte Carlo with all of its
"high-tech" equipment. Deputy
Helms is quick to point out that
the vehicle is not really designed
to intimidate but is being used
to "target aggressive driving" in
Wakulla County.
Deputy Helms is a 26 year vet-
eran of law enforcement with 25
years in Leon County and one
year with the Wakulla Sheriff's
Office. The sheriff's office is
happy to take advantage of grant
programs to improve the quality
of law enforcement in the county
and the latest grant gives Wakulla
County another patrol vehicle.
Deputy Helms said the $125,000
grant may be worth even more,
depending on how the county
handles it. For the time being, the
sheriff's office is taking advan-


tage lorida Department
of Transportation (DOT)'s Safety
Office grant, a federal grant that
pays for Helm's salary for three
years as well as the vehicle and
the equipment.
SHelms said the value of the
grant could increase if the county
decides to fund different'safety
related programs such as erecting
public service messages on signs.
Deputy Helms has been on the
road with the Monte Carlo since
the fall. His Monte Carlo SS has
a "super charged" engine along
with "state of the art" electron-
ics and communication system.
The radar system verbally in-
forms Helms as he tracks a tar-
geted speeder. The video system
inside the car shows the vio-
lator's speed on tape and makes
sure the deputy has the correct
offending vehicle.
The Monte Carlo has a GPS
satellite communications system
that allows the sheriff's commu-
nications office to know exactly
where the vehicle is anywhere in
the world.
The Motorola Company has
built a Spectrum radio system
that was created especially for the
Monte Carlo, said Helms.


The jet black vehicle provides
Deputy Helms with good perfor-
mance but is also perfect to use
at schools to perform aggressive
driving classes. The vehicle will
be in the Rotary parade Feb. 12
and is also available for civic
group functions as a way to pro-
mote safe driving in the county.
"The sheriff is proactive to-
ward speeders and traffic related
problems," said Deputy Helms.
"The congestion on our roads is
only going to get, worse."
Many traffic accidents, includ-
ing the first fatality in Wakulla
County this year, are speed re-
lated. "We are looking for com-
pliance to traffic laws," said
Helms. "That's our goal. We have
no ticket quotas to meet."
The Intimidator was built by
Chevrolet as a tribute to the late
NASCAR driver. The show car"is
hard to miss at night with ground
effect lighting on the side and
special strobe emergency lights.
"It's a one of a kind vehicle,"
,Helms concluded. "Sixty to 90
miles per hour is the vehicle's
best range. It's not a problem
overtaking a vehicle. It has the
power. But nobody can outrun
that radio."


Former Staff Recall Wakulla Springs' Past

By WILLIAM SNOWDEN or chauffeur had to find other whose homes were large enough unpaved Highway 61.
Of The Wakulla News housing for their staff since to accommodate guests. Emmitt Butler was a bell
Ruth Williams was a babysitter blacks were not allowed to stay Ida Moore recalled walking the at the hotel shortly aftE
and later an upstairs maid at at the hotel. That role fell to those dirt road to work, back when the opened in 1937. He recalled a
Wakulla Springs Hotel back in the in the nearby Bethel community entrance to the hotel was off an Please turn to Page 14
1940s when black staff were ex-
pected to use the back entrance. i'' '"1 "
On Sunday, making her way ; :
to an oral history event spon- '
scored by the Friends of Wakulla
Springs, Williams said she made --- "--
a point of coming through the '
front door.
The event was an opportunity j '
for African-American workers at .
the hotel, most of whom were '-. 4 1- '
from the Bethel community, to .
talk about their experiences. t.
Williams recounted that she' :
made enough money from those .
jobs to attend Florida A&M Uni-
versity, a school other family
members had also attended, in- ,B
cluding her mother.
"You had to go up there (to
Tallahassee) to go to high school *
because there was nd high school
here (in Wakulla County)" for
black students, Williams said.
Other African-American work-
ers at the hotel, Mary Randolph,
Cora Mae Gavin, and Ida M.
Moore, recounted with Williams
the days of racial segregation in .B I
the 1940s and '50s -- remember-
ing that wealthy guests at the
hotel who traveled with a maid Mary Randolph, Cora Mae Gavin, Ruth Williams, Emmitt Butler, Ida M. Moor
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Judge Sets

Bond In Case

At $500,000
The 72-year-old man accused
of killing his wife and disposing
of her body in Alabama had a
first appearance before a judge
last week and was ordered held
on $500,000.
Jerry Davis, who faces a charge
of murder not premeditated, ap-
peared by videophone before
County Judge Jill Walker on
Thursday, Feb. 3.
Assistant State Attorney Jackie
Fulford requested Judge Walker
set bond at $500,000, contending
that Davis poses a "danger to the
community."
Also in the judge's chambers
for the hearing were the adult
sons of Davis and the murder
victim, Julia Davis. The sons
would not give their names to a
reporter, but disputed Fulford's
characterization of their father.
"Our father is a kind and
gentle person," one son said. The
mother's death was the result of
"years of physical and mental
abuse,"
Davis deferred to his sons at
the hearing, and they waived
having an attorney at first appear-
ance and indicated they would
be seeking to hire a private attor-
ney for their father.
Judge Walker set Davis' bail at
$500,000.
The next day, Friday, Feb. 4,
Fulford filed a motion for pre-trial
detention of Davis, asking that
he be held until his case goes to
Please turn to Page 14


Storm Surge

Markers May

Dot County
Wakulla County Commission-
er Howard Kessler is asking fel-
low board members to consider
erecting hurricane storm surge,
markers in Wakulla subdivisions
to give new residents an idea of
the potential threat to their prop-
erty during the summer months.
The idea came from an Ameri-
can Red Cross project in which
50 storm surge poles were erected
along the coastline of the Big
Bend including Wakulla County.
A pole was also erected on the
Wakulla County Public Library
property in Medart which is ap-
proximately two miles from the
coast.
Commissioner Maxie Lawhon
asked Kessler to provide board
members with information about
the markers including the data on
which the markings are based.
The library marker gives resi-
dents an idea of water levels at
the location in the event of the
various categories of hurricanes
hitting .Wakulla.
Commissioners were con-
cerned about the cost of erecting
storm surge poles around the
county as well as maintenance
costs for the poles and informa-
tional signs.
Commissioner Ed Brimner
said he did not oppose erecting
a pole at the county office to
warn residents but he objected
to placing poles all around the
county. Commissioner Brian
Langston questioned the Red
Cross data since Hurricane Kate
and Hurricane Elena in 1985 did
not bring water levels anywhere
near the library.
Commissioner Maxie Lawhon
added that it is fine to warn new
homeowners of the potential
danger of hurricanes, but noted
that individuals who purchase
property must do their own re-


Thursday, Feb. 10, 2005


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Week In Wakulla......... Page 2


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Page 2-THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, Feb. 10, 2005

WEEK IN WAKULLA


Thursday, February 10, 2005
BINGO will be held at VFW Post 4538 in Ochlockonee Bay from 6 to 10 p.m.
BLACK SEA BASS WORKSHOP, with the state Fish and Wildlife Conservation Corn
mission seeking input on proposals for species management, will be held at th
extension office from 6 to 8 p.m.
COASTAL OPTIMIST CLUB meets at Posey's Up the Creek in Panacea at noon.
COMPUTER CLASSES will be held at the senior center at 1:30 p.m.
IRIS GARDEN CLUB will hold a floral design workshop at the home of June Hassebroel
from I to 3 p.m. Bring a container, stem holder, three interesting branches, green
ery and flowers. For more information, call 962-2589.
LEGISLATIVE DELEGATION, Sen. Al Lawson and Rep. Will Kendrick, will be available
to discuss local concerns in the commission boardroom at 6 p.m.
,'ROTARY CLUB will meet at the senior center at 12 noon.
ST. MARKS CITY COMMISSION meets at city hall in St. Marks at 7:30 p.m.
:' WOMEN OF THE MOOSE meet at the Moose Lodge in Panacea Plaza at 7:30 p.m.
'Friday, February 11, 2005
FLU CLINIC will be offered at the health department from 9 a.m. to noon. For inform
mation. call 926-3591. (Through Feb. 25)
SLIBRARY READING AND DISCUSSION GROUP, for informal discussions of books cho
sen and read by the group, meets at the public library from 3 to 5 p.m.
!. PICKIN' 'N' GRINNIN' JAM SESSION will be held at the senior citizens center from 1(
a.m. to noon.
SSWEETHEART DINNER will be held at Medart Assembly of God beginning at 7 p.m
The menu includes choice of prime rib or stuffed chicken. Cost is $20 per person
With proceeds going to youth missions. (Also Saturday, Feb. 12.)
Saturday, February 12, 2005
i. ALZHEIMER'S SUPPORT GROUP meets at Citizens Bank in Crawfordville at 10 a.m.
SBINGO, sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary of VFW Post 4538, will be held at the pos
S in Ochlockonee Bay at 6:30 p.m.
FREE TAX HELP is available at the public library from 1 to 4 p.m. (Through April 9.'
ROTARY VALENTINE CELEBRATION will be held at Hudson Park beginning at 8 a.m
with breakfast in the park. The parade will begin at 10 a.m. and follow a route
Sonto U.S. Highway 319. For more information, see story on Page 1.
'.SPRING SPORTS REGISTRATION will be held at the recreation park in Medart from 8
i' a.m. to noon.
SPRING SOCCER TRYOUTS for youths 12 and younger will be held at the recreation
Spark in Medart from 11 a.m. to noon.
'SWEETHEART DINNER will be held at Medart Assembly of God beginning at 7 p.m.
VALENTINE'S CRUISE AND DINNER will be held at Wakulla Springs State Park with a
cruise on the river beginning at 5:30 p.m. followed by dinner in the lodge. Cost is
$28 per person. For reservations, call the park at 224-5950.
, Monday, February 14, 2005
-: VALENTINE'S DAY
!PLANNING COMMISSION meets in the commission boardroom at 7 p.m.
PARENT WORKSHOP, five sessions on "Families Building Better Readers," will be
Held in the Medart Elementary School cafeteria beginning at 6 p.m. For more
information, contact Sharon Kemp at 962-4881.
SOPCHOPPY CITY COMMISSION meets at city hall in Sopchoppy at 6:30 p.m.
-WILDERNESS COAST PUBLIC LIBRARIES Governing Board will meet at the libraries
administrative office at 1 p.m.
Tuesday, February 15, 2005
,'BOOK BABIES, a program for children up to 3 years old and their parents, meets at
S the public library from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.
"BOOK BUNCH, a program for elementary school age students, meets at the public
library from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.
'ELDER DISCUSSION GROUP will meet at the senior citizens center from 10:30 a.m. to
noon. Dr. Deanna L. Eftoda of Florida State University will lead the group. (The
group meets weekly through Feb. 22)
FRUIT PRUNING AND GRAFTING WORKSHOP will be held at Stanley Dennis' or
chard, 120 Lonesome Road in Medart, beginning at 3 p.m.
IRIS GARDEN CLUB meets at the public library at 1 p.m. Linda and Alton Towles, who
recently opened a nursery, will discuss care of bromeliads and orchids.
,MOOSE CLUB #2510 meets at the lodge in Panacea Plaza at 7:30 p.m.
..TUTORING PROGRAM meets at New Bridge Hope Missionary Baptist Church in
Shadbville from 3 to 6 p.m.
-Wednesday, February 16, 2005
BRAIN GYM CLASS will be held at the senior citizens center at 10:30 a.m.
'CINEMANIACS, a program on film and literature for middle school age students,
meets at the public library from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
',FREE TAX HELP is available at the senior citizens center from 1 to 4 p.m. (Through
April 13.)
;STEP UP, WAKULLA, a statewide fitness relay, will begin at the Franklin County line
S and make its way for a rally at Hudson Park before moving on to the St. Marks
" Trail. For more information, call 922-6800 ext. 130.
:STORY TIME will be held at the public library at 10:30 a.m.
AWAKULLA PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION meets at the
SWakulla High School War Eagle Cafe at noon.


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Editor 1976-1987: William M. Phillips
Publisher 1976-1989: Marjorie H. Phillips
Publisher: Wakulla Publishing Company
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Managing Editor:Shannon Phillips Joiner
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|Medical Center May Not Have To Put Fence


Dr. Gene Charbonneau of the
Wakulla Medical Center in Pana-
cea and county commissioners
reached an understanding on
how to settle the question of the
fence around the facility's water
retention pond Monday, Feb. 7.
At the Jan. 18 board meeting,
commissioners declined to grant
a request from the medical cen-
ter to eliminate the four foot
chain link fence from the ap-
:proved site plan in exchange for
planting a "thorny hedge" at the
Panacea pond.
Medical center officials had
,originally asked Wakulla County
Planning Director Donnie Spark-
man to remove the fence require-
ment. Sparkman said he was con-
cerned about potential liability
and asked the county commis-
Ssion to make the decision.
On Feb. 7 the board agreed to
" allow the medical center to elimi-
Snate the fence from the site plan
if the project architect or engineer
Signs off on the project with the
.fence being unnecessary.
Ribbon Cut
At Wakulla
Medical
The Wakulla Medical Center
-has officially moved into new
facilities, marking the milestone
:with an open house and ribbon
cutting ceremony Friday, Feb. 4.
The newly constructed 8,507
square foot medical center was
funded in part by a $960,000 Com-
-munity Facilities Guaranteed
Loan from USDA Rural Develop-
ment.
: Rural communities have sig-.
nificant health related needs and
problems but substantially fewer
health resources than non-rural
areas, USDA officials said.
According to the 2000 U.S. Cen-
:sus, there are 1.1 million Florid-
ians living in rural counties. Small
rural communities face special
difficulties in attracting health-
"care providers and facilities. Is-
sues also include a lack of public
transportation to and from medi-
cal services, difficulty in retain-
ing health care providers, diffi-
culty for managed care providers
to achieve economics of scale and
a significant number of residents
who are not covered by health
insurance.
"Today's celebration translates
-into access to improved health-
-care services for rural Wakulla
County residents," USDA Rural
Development State Director
.Charles W. Clemons, Sr, said.
"'Healthcare of Florida's rural resi-
dents is an ongoing concern. We
Sat Rural Development are excited
:by the positive step the new fa-
>cility represents in improving
Healthcaree for residents of Wa-
-.kulla County. The Wakulla Medi-
cal Center is a remarkable ex-
ample of what can be accom-
plished when people work to-
,ward a common goal."
The medical center is located
-in Panacea and owned by North
'Florida Medical Centers, Inc., a
:private, not for profit health care
corporation providing primary
.medical services to the rural com-
:munities in Wakulla, Gulf, Madi-
-son, Dixie, Lafayette and Gadsden
,counties.
SThe Panacea facility formerly
operated its medical service in a
:2,600 square foot building that
"was insufficient to meet the de-
mand of growing medical needs
-in Wakulla County, one of the
:fastest growing areas in the state.
The new facility offers addi-
.tional medical services and addi-
:tional physician care to the com-
imunity and is the only Federally
-Oualified Health Center service
:provider in Wakulla County.
USDA Rural Development's
-mission is to deliver programs in
:a way that will support increas-
ing economic opportunity and
improve the quality of life of ru-
:ral residents, said Clemons.
USDA officials were in Panacea
:in 2004 celebrating the funding
-of the Panacea Area Water Sys-
,tem's water line rehabilitation
-project.


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"Do we have a liability for let-
ting something other than a
chain link fence be placed on the
site?" Commissioner Maxie Law-
hon asked Wakulla County Attor-
ney Ron Mowrey.
Commissioner Ed Brimner
said he was pleased that Spark-
man did not take it upon him-


self to make the decision since
there are many young children at
the facility.
Resident John Trice said the
fence should be erected because
the water in the holding pond
would "draw the curiosity of
kids."
"They have plenty of money,"


he said of the nonprofit facility.
"The chain link fence should be
there."
Resident Paul Johnson said
erecting a fence around the pond
would give the appearance of a
prison compound. "Send it back
to the source (professionals),"
said Johnson.


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Around Holding Pond
"This was essentially a mistake Mowrey. "I think the recommen-
made by a draftsman," said Dr. dation is good...under his seal
Charbonneau. "The pond is about (architect or engineer) with a pro-
a foot deep. The ponds all around fessional license at stake and
us don't have fencing and Wool- hold harmless agreement."
ley Park has a pier where kids can Commissioners did not take
fall off." any official action but agreed to
"There certainly is not a clear send the matter back to the medi-
answer either way," said attorney cal center officials for action.


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Church


Obituaries
Vernese Brown
Vernese Brown, 66, of Wood-
ville died Friday, Jan. 28 in Talla-
hassee.
The funeral service was held
Saturday, Feb. 5 at Innovation
Baptist Church in Tallahassee
with burial at Southside Cem-
etery.
A native of Wakulla County,
she had lived most of her life in
Woodville. She was a domestic
worker and of the Baptist faith.
Survivors include her husband,
Robert Brown, Jr, of Tallahassee;
six sons, Willie Brown and wife
Sandra, Glenn Brown and wife
Rebecca, Charlie Brown and wife
Catherine, and Timothy Brown
and wife Andrea, all of Woodville,
Terry Brown and wife Lillian of
Tallahassee, and Tony Williams
and wife Kyla of West Palm Beach;
two daughters, Tammy Randolph
and husband Werner of Wood-
ville and Johnnie Mae Brown and
husband Emanuel Moore of Tal-
lahassee; a brother, Willie James
Jackson and wife Josephine; a sis-
ter, Emma Jackson of Woodville;
a brother-in-law, Arthur Brown
and wife Gloria of Woodville; 14
grandchildren; 15 great-grandchil-
dren; and a host of nieces, neph-
ews and cousins.
Strong & Jones Funeral Home


Churches Plan

Unity Service
Whiddon Lake Primitive Bap-
tist Church, Mount Beasor Primi-
tive Baptist Church and Sop-
choppy Congregational Holiness
Church will host a "Unity in the
Community" service Saturday,
Feb. 19 at Whiddon Lake Primi-
tive Baptist Church.
The gathering of fellowship
will begin at 5 p.m. with an old
fashioned covered dish dinner.
The evangelistic service will be-
gin at 6:30 p.m. The special
speaker is Brother Joe Eckerle.
Special singing will also be in-
cluded in the event.
All church members are in-
vited to attend. For more infor-
mation, call Elder Emmett Wha-
ley at 926-7438, Brother Joe
Eckerle at 926-4328, Elder Bruce
Taylor at 926-1513 or Eddie Sand-
ers at 926-6477.

Class Will

Discuss Faith
The Sopchoppy and Och-
lockonee Bay United Methodist
Churches will host an ALPHA
course meeting beginning Thurs-
day, Feb. 17 at 6 p.m. The event
will be held at the Sopchoppy
UMC, 131 Rose Street.
The 11 week practical introduc-
tion to the Christian faith offers
answers to some key questions
in an informal, low-key atmo-
sphere. Each weekly session be-
gins with dinner followed by a
video and ends with a time for
small group discussions.
Children are invited to attend
ALPHA Kids Club. The program
is free. For more information, call
Ann Bartholomew at 962-3455 or
Winky Jenkins-Rice at 962-3394.
The church may be reached at
962-2511.

St. Teresa Adds

Early Service

St. Teresa Episcopal Church
will offer a new early service at
8:30 a.m. beginning Sunday, Feb.
13, the first Sunday in Lent. The
Sunday schedule will include the
early service at 8:30 a.m., Sunday
school for adults at 9:30 a.m., and
a second service with coffee and
fellowship at 10:30 a.m.
Children's Sunday school is
offered early during the second
service with the children joining
their parents for communion.
Newcomers are welcome at wor-
ship and all other functions.
For more information, call the
church at 926-4288.


PANACEA PARK

BAPTIST CHURCH
24 Mission Road, Panacea
Sunday School 10 AM
Worship 11 AM
Wed. Prayer Meeting 7 PM
Pastor Jerry Spears
k^ !&


in Tallahassee was in charge of
the arrangements.
Joshua P. Cerwin
U.S. Navy Petty Officer 3rd
Class Joshua P. Cerwin, son of
Judith and Daniel Cerwin of
Crawfordville, and his fellow
shipmates recently completed a
series of sea trials, while assigned
to the aircraft carrier USS Kitty
Hawk, forward deployed to
Yokosuka, Japan.
The sea trials ended a four
month ships' restricted availabil-
ity for Cerwin's unit. The sea tri-
als ensured Kitty Hawk can ma-
neuver and maintain high speeds.
The ship also tested many of its
self defense systems.
Carriers like the Kitty Hawk are
deployed throughout the world
to maintain U.S. presence and
provide rapid response in times
of crisis. They serve as a highly
visible deterrent to would-be ag-
gressors and are equipped with
the most versatile and powerful
weapons and aircraft available.
Cerwin is a 1998 graduate of
Wakulla High School and joined
the Navy in January 1999.
Joe C. Gallegly
Joe Charles Gallegly, 43, of
Crawfordville died Friday, Feb. 4
in Crawfordville.
A funeral service will be held
at a later date in Oklahoma.
A native of Poteau, OK, he had
lived in Wakulla County for 10
years. He was a sub-contractor.
Survivors include his wife,
Terri Gallegly of Crawfordville;
his stepmother, Bobbie Gallegly
of Oklahoma; two daughters,
Amanda Gallegly of Louisana and
Nicole Gallegly of Crawfordville;
two stepdaughters, Terena Brad-
ley and Melissa Brown, both of
Crawfordville; a brother, Mark
Bradley of Heabner, OK; a step-
brother, Jay Gallegly of Fort
Smith, AR; a sister, Gayla Espiritu
of Harlem, GA; two stepsisters,
Melissa Christmas of Hodgen, OK
and LaLona Henderickson of Mis-
souri; six grandchildren; and sev-
eral nieces and nephews,
Harvey-Young Funeral Home in
Crawfordville was in charge of
the arrangements.
Tommy E. Harrell
Tommy Eugene "Buddy" Har-
rell, 55, of Panacea died Saturday,
Feb. 5 in Tallahassee.
A gathering of family' and
friends will be held at 3 p.m. Sat-
urday, Feb. 19 at 1274 Alligator
Drive on Alligator Point,
A veteran of the Vietnam War,
he served in the U.S. Army and
finished his career as a trades-
man. He enjoyed the outdoors,
fishing, oystering and was known
for his outstanding cooking.
Survivors include his daughter,
Lori Miller and companion Cory
Sevor; two brothers, Danny
Harrell and Bill Harrell and com-
panion Daryl Dempsey; three sis-
ters, Carrell O'Grady and fiance
Lynn Jordan, Theresa Skelton and
husband Bruce, and Valencia
Oden and husband Tyler; two
grandsons, Dillon Berryman and
Tryston Miller; three nephews,
Matthew O'Grady, Michael O'-
Grady and wife Karin, and Garad
Harrell and wife Andrea; a niece,
Brooke Bonhoff; a great-nephew,
Logan Porter Harrell; his stepfa-
ther, Ernest Taylor; and many
other family members.
Elyse S. Kennedy
Elyse S. Kennedy, 67, of Wa-
kulla Station died Wednesday,
Feb. 2 in Tallahassee,
The funeral service was held
Saturday, Feb. 5 at Ivan Assem-


RIVERSINK

Baptist (burcb

Sunday School.......9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship....10:45 a.m.
Evening Worship..........7 p.m.
Wednesday Evening......7 p.m.
Pastor Gary Tucker
926-3217


bly of God Church in Crawford-
ville with burial at Ivan Cemetery
in Crawfordville,
A native of Tallahassee, she
had lived in Wakulla Station for
14 years. She was a member of
,Ivan Assembly of God Church
and on the church missions com-
mittee, secretary for the Women's
Ministry and church bookkeeper.
She was a retired executive legal
secretary for the State of Florida
and a member of the Wakulla
County Public Library Advisory
Board and the Wilderness Coast,
Library Governing Board.
Survivors include her husband,
Linward Kennedy of Wakulla Sta-
tion; three sons, William Lamar
Trawick and wife Betty and John
Ray "Pee Wee" Trawick, all of
Woodville, and Rocky Trawick of
Wakulla Station; a sister, Kathryn
Barrow of Crawfordville; three
grandchildren; and four great-
grandchildren,
Harvey-Young Funeral Home in
Crawfordville was in charge of
the arrangements.
Carol E. Spear
Carol E. Spear, 50, of Tallahas-
see died Wednesday, Jan. 26 in
Medart.
A private family service will be
held at Tallahassee Memory Gar-
dens.
A former health care worker,
she worked as a nurse at Talla-
hassee Memorial Hospital in the
dialysis unit. She was also a
homemaker.
Survivors include a son, Chris-
topher Spear of Tallahassee, and
a daughter, Tracy Spear of Talla-
hassee.
Abbey Riposta Funeral Home
in Tallahassee was in charge of
the arrangements.
Paul T. Sullivan
Paul T. Sullivan, 76, of St. Pe-
tersburg died Tuesday, Feb. 1 in
St. Petersburg.
The funeral service was held
Saturday, Feb. 5 at Pasadena Com-
munity Church in St. Petersburg
with Revs;. Sylvia Russell and
Wayne Madden officiating. Burial
was at Westerly, RI. Memorial
contributions may be made to
Pasadena Community Church,
227 70th Street, St. Petersburg, FL
33707.
A native of Jacksonville, he
moved to St. Petersburg from Tal-
lahassee in 1971. He was the
founder and former chief-execu-
tive officer of United Dialysis of
New Port Richey. He was a former
congressional and legislative aide
as well as a press aide to former
Gov. Claude Kirk. He was an in-















St. Elizabeth
Ann Seton ", ni
Catholic Church
Mass 9 AM Sun hy
Sunday School 10 AM
Father James MacGee, Pastor
3609 Coastal Hwy. (US 98)
926-1797


Pioneer Baptist
Church (SBC)
Sunday School 9:15 a.m.
Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m.
Wed. adult, children & youth 7 p.m.
486 Beechwood Drive Crawfordville, FL.
(North of the Lower Bridge Road and
Spring Creek Highway intersection)
Rev. Dennis Hall, Pastor
850-926-6161
Catholic. .Ch...._.


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123 Elena Drive
Tallahassee, FL 32305
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Son of the Late Harold Schweinsberg
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terim director of the state Depart-
ment of Business Regulation, a
graduate of the University of
Maryland, an Air Force veteran,
past president of World Wide
Immigration and a member of
Pasadena Community Church.
Survivors include his wife,
Sandra Sullivan of St. Petersburg;
two sons, Paul N. Sullivan of
Springfield, VA and Kenneth W.
Sullivan of Reston, VA; three
daughters, Carolyn Gerrell of Tal-
lahassee, Dorethy Sullivan of
Crawfordville and Joan Widgren
of Flushing, MI; seven grandchil-
dren; and two great-grandchil-
dren..
R. Lee Williams & Son, a
Golden Rule Funeral Home and
Crematory, in St. Petersburg was
in charge of the arrangements.
Bethany A. Wehnert
Bethany Ann Wehnert, 51, of
Tallahassee died Wednesday, Feb.
2 in Tallahassee,
A memorial service will be
held at a later date. Memorial
contributions may be made to Big
Bend Hospice, 1723 Mahan Cen-
ter Blvd., Tallahassee, FL 32308-







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926-6198
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PUMP-OUTS & REPAIRS
State Approved
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962-3669
Mobile 933-3835

Ivan Assembly of God
202 Ivan Church Rd.
SCrawfordville
PT Pastor Bryan Maness
926-8666
Sunday School...............1 0 AM
Sunday Worship..............1 1 AM
Evening Worship.................6 PM
Wednesday Service.....7:30 PM
& Youth Service.................7 PM
Royal Rangers...............7:30 PM
Missionettes.................. 7:30 PM

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Ochlockonee Bay
366 Coastal Highway (Hwy, 98)
Ochlockonee Bay, FL 32346
(850)984-5773
Sunday School 9:45 AM
Sunday Worship 11 AM
Sunday Evening 6 PM
Wednesday Evening 7PM
Reverend James Chunn, Pastor


Trinity
Lutheran
Church of Wakulla County
Hwy. 98, Across from WHS
Web site:
TrinityLutheranofWakulla.com
Sunday School 9:15 a.m.
Worship 10:30 a.m.
Pre-School M-F (3-5 Years)
Pastor David W. Raetz
Church 926-7808 Pre-School 926-5557




.ay
l United
Methodist
Church
Sunday Worship 9 a.m.
Adult Sunday School 10:30 a.m.
V~stor 506 B.railMu
(850) 962-2984


5428.
A native of Fort Wayne, IN, she
had a 22 year career in bartending
and was known and loved by
many from Fort Wayne to Pan-
ama City Beach. She moved to
Woodville in 1997 where she be-
came a master gardener and
doted on her grandchildren.
Survivors include her mother,
Thelma Griffith of Woodville; a
brother, Glen Griffith of Leon, IN;
a sister, Diane Coleman of Grabill,
IN; her husband, David Wehnert
of Woodville; three daughters,
Jennifer Griffith of Woodville,

Angela Snowden and husband
Harry of Tampa, and Tiffany
Rhames and husband William of
Tallahassee; a son, Christopher
Wehnert and wife Sheila of Nor-
folk, VA; and eight grandchildren,
Bethany, Zachary, Brendon, Alex,
Victoria, Noah, Emily and Chris-
topher David.

Wakulla
United Methodist Church
Sunday School for all ages 10 a.m.
Sunday Worship -11 a.m.
Wednesday Service 7 p.m.
1584 Old Woodville Rd.
Wakulla Station
421-5741
Pastor John Peavey
"The end of your search for a friendly church"

Saint
Teresa
Episcopal
Church
1255 Rehwinkel Rd.
At the corner of Rehwinkel Rd. & US 98
Sunday School
Youth & Adults 9:30 AM
Children 10:30 AM
Worship 10:30 AM
Father John Spicer
926-4288


Presbyter.an
e tl 1 4 1


Culley's MeadowWood Fu-
neral Home in Tallahassee was
in charge of the arrangements.

Sopchoppy
Church Of Christ
Corner of Winthrop & Byrd St.
Sunday: Bible Study..........9:30 a.m.
Worship......................... 10:30 a.m.
Evening Worship..............5:00 p.m.
Wednesday: Bible Study....7:00 p.m.
Visitors Are Welcome!
Home Bible Courses
available...please call
for details, 962-2213.

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H LOCKONEEJ
HRISTIAN
ENTER
A FULL GOSPEL
WORD OF FAITH CHURCH
Sopchoppy Curtis Mill Road
962-3774
SUNDAY 11 AM WORSHIP
SUNDAY 6 PM SCHOOL OF THE BIBLE
WEDNESDAY HOME FELLOWSHIPS
PASTOR JOHN S. DUNNING
Rhema Bible Training Center Graduate


Sunday School

9:30 a.m.

Vorship 10:30 a.m.


........ 3383 < :.. ial H v;, _. ....
Across from Medart Rec Park Nursery Provided
926-4569
wwwwakullapres.org Where Heart and Head Find Faith in God


Sohckohhny Soutern [Hihs[ ChureA
117 Curtis Mill Road, Sopchoppy
Sunday School 9:45 AM
Morning \Worship 1 1 AM- AVANA Club 5PM
Evening Worship GPM
Wednesday 7tIF -~ Prayer Meeting, Youth & Childrcns Prqranms
Maurice Ian-iston: Pa'sor
Randy Anderson, Minister of Music
Vicki Anderson, Youth Director
Jerry Evans, Mike Crouch, Bernie Kemp Musicians
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Beulah Baptist Church

Pastor Tommy Tennison Norman Mayfield, Asst. Pastor
Reaching, Teaching and Loving With The
Light of God's Word,
Sunday School 10 a.m., 11 a.m. & 6 p.m. Worship
55 Lower Bridge Rd. Crawfordville, FL 32327
(850)926-3122 (850)524-7773(cell)
Home of Wakulla Christian Academy
Home Based School

9o&weio thte, 00"Jeizce,
FiRST SUNDAY
SBAplisi, C(huRch Early Worship 8:30 a.m.
("..., Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
A Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
3086 Crawfordville Hwy. Evening Worship 6:00 p.m.
(South of the Courthouse) WEDNESDAY
Church Office: 926-7896 Fellowship Meal 6:00 p.m.
Check us out online at (call for reservations)
www.fbccrawfordville.com Prayer/Bible Study 7:00 p.m.
John A. a, PIMPACT (Youth) 7:00 p.m.
Children's Events 6:30 p.m.


Hwy 319 Medart,
Office 926-5265
LAKE ELLEN
SEarly Worship 8:30 a.m.
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
0 Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
CHURCH AWANA Clubs 4:00 p.m.
Youth Zone Time 4:30 p.m.
Evening Worship 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Services 7:00 p.m.
Our Mission is: Loving God and Loving Others
through Worship, Ministry and Service.
Operating like a family; strong in the Word of God, warm and
inviting. Powerful ministries for strengthening our families.
Reaching Children, Youth, Adults and Seniors for Jesus.
We will look forward to seeing you this Lord's Day.
www.lakeellenbaptistchurch.org


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THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, Feb. 10, 2005-Page 5


Community


r
ST. MARKS
NEWS
By Linda Walker

Hi neighbors, we have had a
,beautiful past few days in our
little town but the rain is com-
ing. I am sure that someone
'some place really needs this rain
jand it is better than hurricanes.
SCongratulations to Betty Ward's
grandson, 12-year-old Josh Crab-
itree, on scoring so high on his
SATs that he was invited to Duke
JUniversity. His mom, Evoyne, and
her fiance are very proud of him.
Listen up, people If you lost
a pair of eyeglasses with the
case at the park or wherever in
t. Marks, you can pick them up
at town hall. A nice neighbor
Ljurned them in.
| Neighbors, sometimes I put
people in our column who not
everyone knows but somebody
in our town does know them and
they want to send them a greet-
ng or wish them happy birth-
day or any number of things. So
that explains that. Nuff said.
SBy the way, that funny look-
ing angel has lost his red sus-
penders. If you find them, they
are very big.
Now let's wish these special
people happy birthday. A very
late, but sincere, happy birthday
to Laura Smith on Jan. 29, Mike
Brown on Feb. 8, Eric Clore on
Feb. 14 and John Kirby on Feb.
16,
And I want to wish two very
special people a happy anniver-
sary. To John and Sharon Coul-
liette on Feb. 15, happy anniver-
sary and God bless you.
On our prayer list, please re-
member Harold Beard, Merelene
Beard, Thelma Murphy, Newell


Ladd, Kathleen Causey, Jim Ward,
Rod Strickland, Mary Ward, Net-
tie, Junior and Gordon Strick-
land, Bob and Annette Carey, my
brother, John "Cowboy" Spillane,
Cathy Jo, Jewel Franklin, the Story
family, Gretchen, Gennie and Dil-
lon and all of those not named


here. Pray for our families, our
town, our country and pray for
peace.
Thought for this week: Let me
remember that no matter what I
do or don't do, I cannot change
another person. I don't have that
kind of power.


50 And
Going Strong!
How Could
We Go Wrong!
We Love You
WE i Susan, Eli and Jamie

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conduct this part of the meeting with civility. (Robert's Rules of Order Chapter I I)
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Senior Citizens' News


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Mr. And Mrs. Mitchell William Stefanski

Heather E. Andrews Is

,:Wed To M.W. Stefansk
SHeather Elizabeth Andrews from Florida State Unive
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Jani mitc ii William eteiansi ,
both of Jacksonville, were mar-
ried Nov. 20 at St. Andrews Epis-
copal Church in Jacksonville.
SThe bride is the daughter of
~Charles Andrews, formerly of
.Wakulla County, and the late Elsie
;Andrews. The groom is the son
*6f Carol Croteau and Robert
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Andrews graduated from Wa-
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Correction...From the Jan.
column-the AARP Tax Aides
be at the Wakulla County Pul
: Library on Friday, April 15 fr
9:30 a.m. to closing, NOT ev
S Friday. The rest of the sched
is as follows: senior center
Wednesday from 1 p.m. ti
V t p.m. and Wakulla County Pul
Library on Saturdays from 9

Babysitting

Workshop

To Be Held
The Wakulla County Extens
Office will host a Babysitt
Workshop for youths ages 12
older at the extension office
84 Cedar Avenue from 9:15 a
until 4 p.m. on Friday, Feb.
Feb. 18 is a teacher planning (
Topics will include roles
responsibilities of babysitti
nutritious snacks, safety and f
aid, infant care, behavior of c
dren and setting limits for c
dren.
; The cost of the program is
and includes all supplies, lul
and snacks. Participation is i
i ited to the first 25 students.
ment of the fee secures a spo
'rsity in the workshop.
hool En- Preregistration is required
andina there will not be any registrat
ory Uni- at the door. Registration foi
are available at the county exi
honey- sion office. For more informant:
id is re- call Heather Unger or An
Bradshaw at 926-3931.


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will Whenever I get the opportu-
blic nity, I "surf the web" looking for
om information that would be help-
ery ful or interesting to the seniors
ule of our county. Believe me, there
on is tons of it out there. Periodi-
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blic forth from Social Security, Medi-
):30 care and/or Medicaid. Informa-
tion regarding health, medicine.
and nutrition are in abundance,
too.
But I'm always looking for
"fun to read" articles-something
a little off the beaten path. I read
an article recently by Frank Kai-
ser (SuddenlySenior.com). Here
ion are some of the highlights that
ing you might find interesting and
and ,amusing.
Sat Just over 100 years ago life
.m. expectancy was a modest 47.
18. Now it is expected that we live
day. to 77. Our elderly population will
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ad And, get this, many experts
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it will be like living to be 120
years old.
If you think you have aches
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wouldn't diminish at twice your
age. Chances are that arthritis,
muscle loss, osteoporosis and de-
mentia-to name a few-will still
be with us, along with diseases
as unknown to us today as de-
mentia was when we lived to be
only 47.
Does living solely to live long-
er have meaning and worth? We
know, for example, that cantan-


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our noses and ears never stop
growing. Never. My question: po
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THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, Feb. 10, 2005-Page 7


'Herself' Is Skeptical About 'Toys'


By MARJ LAW
Of Keep Wakul!a County Beautiful
New and intriguing home im-
provements showed up at the
Home Show at Leon County's
Civic Center over the weekend.
'It's probably not politically cor-
.nrect to say this, but watching
-3men at the show was like see-
!;ing them at a hardware store:
tCthey cluster around the newer
',and more exciting "toys," discuss-
ing at length their miraculous
bv irtues.
L3' The most sought-after toys
.AWere anything labeled "envi-
'tonmentally friendly." Skylights
'had high r-value, wide connect-
king panels of insulation did, too.
"iCookware promised to cook
-mnore efficiently: new and up to
date windows and doors pro-
claimed they would keep the
outdoors out; new air and heat-
g systems said they would save
energy dollars, and so on. Men
lustered in circles around speak-
brs, gesturing with their hands
While "significant others" stood
on the outside of these circles,
pointing toward other booths or
the exits.
They know not to let their
"other" stay too long at any one
exhibit. Otherwise, wallets come
out and a pretty penny gets paid
for one of these miraculous
"toys."
So, for the sake of anonymity,
we'll call a female "herself," and
she makes the mistake of sitting
in one of the booths. The trick is
to find a chair on the outside of
Sthe booth to. see what is so fas-
icinating.
SWell, it happens to be a dry
steam vapor system shaped like
vacuum. It will clean spots out
\f carpets, dirt out of grout. It will
"buff windows and steam cloth-
ing. It' will push the dirt off floor
molding and clean grime off
painted walls. It takes the dust
off window blinds and cleans
the mildew off shower walls. It
shoots grease out of kitchen fans,
and dirt out of air conditioning
filters and sliding window tracks.
The machine shoots steam
on surfaces, pushing dirt to the
side into terrycloth towels. It is
environmentally sensitive be-
cause it cleans using steam, and
nor chemicals. Sound too good.

Fundraising

Fishing Trip
Is Planned
A lung transplant fundraiser
charter fishing trip will be hosted
y Captain Randy Gardner and
ed Dog Charters of Crawford-
ille. The drawing for the trip will
e held on March 5 at noon at
erry's Bait and Tackle, 644
Woodville Highway in Crawford-
; ille. ,
Tickets for a chance to win the
harter fishing;trip are $1 and are
available at several locations in
vallahassee as; well as at Jerry's
ait and Tackle, Circle J Bait and
tackle, SavanAah's Country Buf-
fet and the Stop N Save at 1497
Bloxham Cutoff Road.
The charter will include an
eight hour trip for two with rods,
reels, tackle, ice, bait, coolers, all
safety gear and license. The
fundraiser will benefit a Tallahas-
see youth, Randall Flewellen,
who needs a lung transplant.
The fishing trip is valued at
$325.
Daughtry-Crum
Reunion Is Set
The Daughtry-Crum family re-
union will be held Saturday,
March 5 at the Ochlockonee VFW
post. Guests are asked to bring a
covered dish and join in the fun
and fellowship. Lunch will be
served at noon. All friends and
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She refrains from asking, "Yeah,
but does it do the dishes?"
Himself is rooted to the booth.
His wallet comes out. Hands are
shaken.
Herself has her back turned
and doesn't see the shake. She
is hustled to the car. She sees a
big box following them. Too late,
too late! The words "yeah, right"
and "expensive" don't come out
in time.
They get it home. They pop in
the accompanying DVD to learn
how to use it. Miracle clean-no
chemicals Herself would snicker,
but is feeling too impoverished
to laugh. Besides, she's thinking
"won't work."
They begin with the kitchen
floor, steaming the black filth
out of the gray grout lines. No
cleanser. It does work. Herself
says "hmmph."
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They clean carpet and floor
moldings. They steam windows
and clean fingerprints off paint-
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off the toaster oven window.
They notice the brown leather
seat is brighter when the dirt is
off.
They didn't use any chemicals
at all. Herself is amazed. Steam
works.

Board To Meet
The Wilderness Coast Public
Libraries (WILD) Governing Board
will meet on Monday, Feb. 14 at
1 p.m. at the Wilderness Coast
Public Libraries administrative
office at 3240 Crawfordville High-
way. For more information, call
926-4571.


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Rotary's 100 Years Of Service Celebrated


Michael Aries And Stacey Roberts


Stacey Roberts, Aries

Will Exchange Vows
Cathy Roberts of Crawfordville is employed by Wakulla Bank
announces the engagement and Crawfordville. Her fiance grad
upcoming marriage of her daugh- ated from Wakulla High Scho
ter, Stacey Roberts of Crawford- in 2000. He is employed by t
ville, to Michael Aries of Craw- Leon County EMS unit.
fordville. He is the son of Mark
ahd Patricia Aries of Craw- The wedding will be held a
fkrdville. Roberts is also the p.m. Saturday, March 12 at t
daughter of the late J.L. Roberts. home of Zyphia and Delbert Ro
The bride-elect graduated from erts, Sr, in Sopchoppy. All frier
Wakulia High School in 2000. She and relatives are invited to attel

Health Department Will

Be Part Of State Event


SThe Wakulla County Health
Department is joining members
of the community for fitness and
fun during the second annual
'"tep up, Florida-On Our Way To
Healthy Livingl" event, a state-
Wide relay promoting physical
activity and healthy lifestyles.
' "Our community has so much
to offer our citizens and visitors
t6 help them achieve a healthy
and happy lifestyle," Wakulla
County Health Department Ad-
ninistrator,Paul Boisvert said.
"We look f6ifard t6 carrying the
'fitness flag' during Step Up,
Florida! as a symbol of our con-
tinued commitment to promoting
health and well-being in our com-
rmunity."
This year Wakulla County will
receive the fitness flag on Wed-
iesday, Feb. 14. The relay will
btgin at the Franklin County line
aid make its way to Hudson Park
for a rally. From there participants
vQill take the flag to the Wakulla
Health Department and then the
ent will continue on the St.
arks Trail with a team of walk-
s, runners and bicyclists.
SThere will be a number of part-
Aers involved in the event includ-

Benefit Fund

is Opened
0 A benefit bank account has
een set up to help Maurice A.
Ind Donna Hummell of Craw-
dordville. The Hummell's mobile
oome burned down Feb. 2 and
he family lost all of their pos-
;essions.
A benefit account has been set
up at Wakulla Bank, account num-
er 0138659806, for anyone who
rould like to help the family get
ack on their feet. A family friend
aid the Hummells are living with
ends and need cash to help
hem recover. Their mobile home
,as uninsured. The family in-
ludes two daughters and a son.
everyone escaped the blaze be-
ore it consumed the home and
body was injured.
Donations may be made to
Vakulla Bank, P.O. Box 610,
Erawfordville, FL 32326.
.lub Will
Veet On Feb. 15
The next meeting of the Iris
arden Club will be Tuesday,
b. 15 at 1 p.m. at the Wakulla
county Public Library.
Linda and Alton Towles, who
recently opened a nursery in
rawfordville, will display and
discuss the care and propagation
f bromeliads and orchids that
re indigenous to Florida and
other warm climates and will
iffer an opportunity to get an-
ers to any questions individu-
ls.may have on these beautiful
lants.
Everyone interested is wel-
me; you do not need to be a
ub member to attend. Refresh-
ments will be served.


By MARJ LAW
Rotary Club Of Wakulla County
Well, we've been talking about
it for weeks and it's just about
here! Rotary's great big Valentine
Celebration is Saturday, Feb. 12.
This is a very special festival for
Rotary. We are celebrating our
100th year of service to our com-
munities. We are planning this
year's breakfast at 8 a.m. to be
bigger, our parade at 10 a.m. to
have many more entries, and our
vendor booths to be more nu-
merous!
Breakfast
Breakfast is for anyone who
would like to come. It begins at
8 a.m. and lasts until about pa-
rade time. Please disregard the
information in the Tallahassee
Democrat article which said the
breakfast is only for sponsors.
Breakfast costs $5 and we have
found it to be a popular fund-
raiser!
New Parade Route
Parade Chairman Ray Boles
will start lining up our parade
entries at 9 a.m. There has been
a slight parade route change.


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ing county commissioners, state
agency officials and a number of
other Wakulla residents. Commu-
nity leaders will provide a proc-
lamation to show their pledge to
improve the health of Wakulla
County.
County health departments
throughout Florida, as well as a
number of state agencies, non-
profits, community organizations
and residents, will be involved in
Step Up, Florida! activities. Partici-
pants will exercise throughout
the state in an effort to encour-
age physical fitness and healthy,
balanced nutrition, long-life
healthy habits that can help re-
duce the obesity epidemic in
Florida.
Designed as a month-long
event, Step Up, Floridal will move
along the state on four routes
where participants will pass a fit-
ness flag from county to county
until the routes merge for the fi-
nal event in Orlando on Feb. 26.
For more information, or to
join the event, visit the DOH web
site at www.doh.state.fl.us and
choose Step Up, Florida! or con-
tact the WCHD coordinator at
922-6800, extension 130.


In the best interest of traffic
flow, Rotary and our sheriff's
office worked together and de-
cided to begin the parade at
Myrtle Drive.
If you are an entrant, just
look for Rotarians with signs
around their necks saying: "Offi-
cial Liner-Upper!" We'll help you
find your spot. Then, we will pro-
ceed down Highway 319 and turn
off the highway right before
our courthouse. If you are in the
parade, remember the children
watching love catching candy
Parade sponsors this year are
Wakulla Bank and the Inn at
Wildwood.
Finally, the culmination of all
the excitement will be the $1,000
shopping spree raffle. We'd said
earlier that the raffle will be
drawn at 2 p.m., but it says 3 p.m.
on the tickets, so we'll be draw-
ing promptly at 3 p.m. Remem-
ber, you do not have to be pres-
ent to winl Tickets will be sold
from now until the very last
minute before 3 p.m. so be sure
to enter! Second place wins a
$500 shopping spree, and that's


Son Is Born To Couple


Adam Moulton and Tracie
Godbolt of Tallahassee announce
the birth of their son, Khani-
Frederick Moulton, on Jan. 22 at
Tallahassee Capital Regional
Medical Center. He weighed 7
pounds, 2 ounces and measured
19 1/4 inches in length.

Maternal grandparents are
Willie and Mildred Godbolt of


Sopchoppy. Paternal grandpar-
ents are Frederick and Nicola
Moulton of Tallahassee.
Maternal great-grandparents
are the late Hampton and Mary
Rosier and the late Benjamin and
Bessie Godbolt. Paternal great-
grandparents are Edwin and
Diane Harrison and George and
Barbara Moulton, all of Massachu-
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media center.
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2224 Senior Regent Wanda Whittaker and Educational Advancement
Chairman Ruthann Adams. The money came from a recent fundraiser
which was held by the Educational Advancement Committee. In
addition to this, the committee also collected school supplies which
were donated to Wakulla Middle School in December.



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SWe are happy to report that
oir new web site, www.chatof
vWakulla.org, is under construc-
tibn. Pretty soon you will be able
tq go online and check out some
of the nice animals that are avail-
able for adoption at the Wakulla
Animal Shelter. Please bookmark
this site on your computer.
SIt is always amazing to me to
see some very nice animals at
tlie shelter. Many look well kept
and you just know that some-
bpdy cared for them at one time.
Of course, many come to the fa-
cility hungry, dirty and sick.
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pet them and that is a sign that
somebody beat the hell out of
them.
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Oatahoula Leopard Dog and we
r med her Misty. It took a long
tame to win her trust and affec-
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aid afraid when we brought her
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4lave at this time is a gutsy little
Italian Greyhound by the name
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a4ply to her and she definitely
rans the household. When it is
time to go to bed at night, she
directs traffic to make sure that
all the other dogs are in the right
Race before she settles down on
the bed with us.
J Puddin' is also a coffee drinker
and helps herself whenever she
sees a mug on the coffee table.
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around without her getting into

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health care providers and Alz--.
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just opens them to inspect the
contents. Lower cabinets are no
challenge either. The cabinet that
holds the garbage is of special
interest to her.
I know what you are thinking
by now. Those people are crazy
to spoil their animals like that.
Well, that is just the way it is.
If you have an animal that is
a little different and more inter-
esting than most, e-mail me your
story at hwc@nettally.com and I
will be happy to write about it.


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School


School Lunch
.Menus
Feb. 14 18
ALL SCHOOLS
Monday: Milk, pizza, peas &
carrots, whole kernel corn, cake.
Tuesday: Milk, turkey sub
sandwich, breaded okra, dill
pickle spear, apple.
Wednesday: Milk, barbecue on
bun, potato bar, green beans,
vanilla pudding.
Thursday: Milk, turkey &
noodles, steamed broccoli, school
made roll, pineapple.
Friday: No School Teacher
Planning Day!


Donated Flags

SThe Woodmen of the World Crawfordville Lodge
S892 presented American flags to Wakulla Middle
School Principal Jo Ann Daniels and Shadeville
Elementary School Principal Karen Wells Wednes-


Wakulla High Art Students At Work On Mosaic Mural

Mural Installation Is Planned


r' Wakulla High School art stu-
L-dents have been busy creating
,the second phase of the Panacea
Mosaic Mural. Last year, students
:partnered with Keep Wakulla
: County Beautiful, Seatile Distribu-
;tors and the Wakulla County
Sheriff's Office as well as com-


STallahassee Community Coll-
:ege's Brain Bowl team recorded
a victory in the Tom Deaton Col-
lege Bowl Classic Tournament
held recently at TCC.
TCC defeated 24 teams from
IFlorida, Georgia and Alabama,
including Okaloosa-Walton Col-
lege, Chipola College, Dalton Col-
lege and Bainbridge College.
In addition, Team Captain and
former Wakulla War Eagle Brain
Bowl competitor Matt Alford was
the top individual scorer and
"Most Valuable Performer" for
, both days, outscoring his nearest
-competitor by more than 150
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day, Feb. 2. Lodge President Pat Langston and field
representative Jim Stokley presented the flags to
the principals along with eighth graders Lauren
Gentry and Mary Kate Murphy. "The Woodmen
of the World Lodge 892 is proud to present these
classroom flags to our county schools to promote
student patriotism in Wakulla County," said
Langston.


Concert Set

To Benefit

Biology Trip
A live band concert featuring
two high school bands will be
held at The Impact Zone on Arran
Road in Crawfordville Friday, Feb.
18 from 7 p.m. until 11 p.m.
A $5 admission charge will be
collected to benefit the Wakulla
High School biology expedition
to the California redwoods region
in March. Concessions will also
be available.
The two bands will be 65 Amp,
a local band comprised of WHS
students Philip Harrell, Woody
Harvey, Tyler Price, Taylor Terra-
nova and, Joey Yore, who have
played a number of Wakulla ven-
ues, and DC North, a band from
the Tampa Bay area.
The four-member DC North
took third place at the Hillsbo-
rough County Battle of the Bands
and won Masquerade's Battle of
the Bands Critic's Choice Award.
The band has performed in Ybor
City, Tarpon Springs and Gaines-
ville as well as other venues.
DC North has released the CD
"East 53rd" which includes new
songs. The CD will be available
at the concert. Samples of their
music are available on the band's
web site, DCNorthrock.com.
Middle and high school stu-
dents are' encouraged to attend
and support The Impact Zone as
a wholesome, live music venue
in Crawfordville.


munity volunteers to complete a
40 foot section.
..WHS art teacher Cassie Tucker
said she welcomes parents to join
in on the project in March ce-
menting and installing the 45
foot mural. For more information,
call Tucker at WHS at 926-7125.


The 16-year-old Classic is
named after Dr. Tom Deaton, an
instructor at Dalton College who
founded the tournament. Jeb
Blackburn, TCC Campus Life Di-
rector, served as a co-director of
the tournament, along with Dr.
Deaton.
TCC has hosted the competi-.
tion 10 times and won it twice.
The other team members include
Sam Iglesias, John Daughtry,
James Hamilton, Kevin Larkin,
Austen Gray and Leslie Barr.
Dr. Jennifer Beauregard, Profes-
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Dr. Candace Hinson, Dr. David
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ship Essay Contest.
The contest is open to all high
School juniors and seniors in'
Wakulla, Leon, Gadsden and
Jefferson counties. An award of
$2,500 will be given to the high
school student who writes the
Best essay on "The Bill of Rights:
What They Mean to Me as an
American."

Six Weeks En
Wakulla County school stu-
dents are nearing the end of the
fourth six week session of school
'which concludes on Thursday,
Feb. 17. Friday, Feb. 18 is a teacher
planning day and students will
Have a four day weekend with-
out classes.






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The essay must be between
S500 and 1,000 type written words,
one essay per student, submitted
with an application form. Dead-
line for submission is 5 p.m. on
March 16 at the sponsor's law
offices, 909 East Park Avenue in
Tallahassee.
A group of celebrity judges will
choose the winning essay. The
winner will be notified and an-
nounced prior to the end of the
school year. Applications are
available at guidance counselor's
offices and at the law firm.


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Godbolt Is


Keiser Graduate
ds On Feb. 17


Students will receive Feb. 18
off as well as Monday, Feb. 21
which is Presidents' Day. The
school district will be closed for
Presidents' Day. Report cards
from the fourth six week session
of school will be issued Friday,
Feb. 25.


Tracie Godbolt of Sopchoppy
graduated from Keiser College
Friday, Jan. 14 in a ceremony held
at Tallahassee's Lawton Chiles
High School. She received an As-
sociates of Arts degree in Science
with honors.
She is the daughter of Mildred
and Willie Godbolt of Sopchoppy.


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SFor the first time in four years,
Wakulla War Eagle football coach
`D. Jones will start preparing for
a new football season without
3riceton Wilson in the backfield.
SWilson signed a scholarship to
4ay football with Florida A & M
University in Tallahassee, after
originally planning to sign with
:he Dodge City Community Col-
ege Conquistadors in Kansas, on
S.ational Signing Day Wednesday,
:eb. 2.
"I don't know if we've ever had
xinyone we'll miss more than
urm," said Coach Jones. The War
eagless were 34-12 in Wilson's ca-
reer and participated in four play-
off games in the past two years.
"He's a power runner who can
Alock, get outside and catch the
)all," said Jones. "He could do it
all. He is' a great kid and very
coachable. He is a role model for
ll the other kids coming up."
Jones added that the War
Eagle football program has been
very fortunate to graduate qual-
ty student athletes in recent
years such as Sam McGrew, Karrie
7ord, Jim Tartt, Al Donaldson, Eli
Nichols and Zell Robinson.
McGrew is a starter for Florida
State while Nichols has been a
Starter for Duke. Ford is team cap-
tain at Lehigh and Robinson has
played at Jacksonville University.
Tartt and Donaldson redshirted
last fall at Florida and Alabama
A & M respectively.
Wilson is 6 feet, 1 inch and 215
pounds. He holds the school
single season rushing record of
1,700 yards and he rushed for
1,850 yards as a senior which in-
cluded the playoff games. Jones
said Wilson rushed for 1,500
yards as a sophomore and 500
yards as a freshman. The senior
from Wakulla Station rushed for
a total of 5,550 yards in his ca-
reer, making him the top War
Eagle ball carrier in school his-
tory.


)arrions And Briceton Wilson And Theresa Harley


Vilson Picks FAMU


Assistant Coach Scott Klees
said he appreciates Wilson's char-
acter and personality. "He is a
great player," Klees told the team.
"A bunch of you kids (underclass-
men) are going to have to step
up."
Wilson began his middle
school career at Wakulla Middle
School but switched to River-
springs Middle School when the
new school opened. He played
football for Ron Hinson and Todd
Nazworth during his final two
years of middle school.
Wilson's impact on River-
springs was evident by RMS Prin-
cipal Dod Walker and physical
education teacher Frances Knight
attending the signing ceremony.
"Football will come and go but
character will always be there,"
said Walker. "He has character."
Knight related a story about
Wilson from seventh grade, say-
ing Knight and Wilson had prom-
ised to meet in a specific location
when Wilson received his first
college recruiting letter. Several
years after agreeing to the meet-
ing, on May 14, 2004, Wilson beat
Knight to the spot. Knight said
that she had.the meeting written
down on her calendar each year.
"He was an inspiration to me
when I lost my husband," said
Knight. "He's a very loving per-
son with a great sense of humor."
Wilson said he had been con-


cerned about having to go to
school far from home and was
pleased to stay closer to Wakulla.
An emotional Wilson thanked
Principal Walker, Knight, team-
mates and supporters. "I'm going
to miss you all," said Wilson.
Wilson's mother, Theresa
Harley; said she was pleased with
her son and his scholarship. "I'm
just so proud." she said. "We've
been blessed with so many good
people behind us. He will always
be an Eagle." Wilson thanked his
father, Jimmy Lee Wilson of
Wakulla Station, for attending all
of his games.
Wilson's sophomore brother,
Darrion, attended the scholarship
signing and Coach Jones said the
younger Wilson will be expected
to step in and dominate during
his final two years of high school.
"He (Darrion) is a little taller,

a little bigger and,a little stron-
ger than Briceton,". said Coach
Jones while Briceton listened
with a big smile. "No he's not,"
Briceton laughed.
Coach Jones will have to find
a running game. after Wilson
grad t'becalise thi arEages
(vill. ,in a new district with
Panama City area schools Ainold
tand Bay, Tallahassee schools
'Rickards and Godby, and East
Gadsden. All of the teams in the
district made the state playoffs
last year except East Gadsden.


Sports Registration Concludes


The Wakulla County Parks and
Recreation Department will host
the second and final sports reg-
istration Saturday, Feb. 12 from 8
a.m. until noon at the recreation
park in Medart.
Players may register for jun-
ior T-ball baseball if they are age
4 prior to Aug. 1, 2005. The fee is
$35 per player.
Senior league T-ball baseball


Soccer Tryouts To Be Held


Tryouts for an age 12 and un-
der coed spring soccer program
will be held Saturday, Feb. 12
from 11 a.m. until noon at the
recreation park in Medart. An or-
ganizational meeting with par-
ents will be included.
The age 12 and under Bobcats
will practice twice a week in
Crawfordville and play eight
games on Saturday mornings
from mid-March through mid-
May in the Top of Florida Instruc-
tional League.
Players are asked to come to
the tryouts in shorts, shin pads
and cleats. Players should wear a
white T-shirt and bring a dark T-


shirt, their own ball and water.
The rain out date is Sunday, Feb.
13 from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the
same location.
STaylor Phillips will serve as the
coach. Phillips has been playing
and coaching soccer for more
than 30 years and has earned a
coaching license from the United
States Soccer Federation Coach-
ing School. He said he looks for-
ward to working with the com-
munity to build a competitive
youth club in Crawfordville.
For more information, e-mail
Phillips at klopkloppy@hotmail
.com.


Lady War Eagles Set Banquet


The Wakulla Lady War Eagle
soccer team banquet will be held
at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 17 at
First Baptist Church, 3086 Craw-
fordville Highway. Team players
and coaches can attend at no cost.
Guests will be charged $15 per
person. Tickets must be pur-
chased by Feb. 14. For tickets or
more information, contact Nickey


SLepp at 926-9750 or by e-mail at
wakullasoccer@earthlink.net.
"The Lady War Eagle soccer
team wishes to express their ap-
preciation to all the parents,
teachers and sponsors who
helped them this year as they
reached the end of the season
with a district championship,"
said team parent Nickey Lepp.


Soccer Registration Slated


Registration for coed spring
soccer will be held at the recre-
ation park in Medart Saturday,
Feb. 10 from 8 a.m. until noon.
All youths ages 6 to 17 are eligible
to sign up.
Parents must be present to reg-
ister their children. Practices will
be held in the evenings in


Wakulla County with games start-
ing Saturday, March 12 and end-
ing May 14. All games will be
played on Saturday mornings at
the Tallahassee Soccer Complex
on Meridian Road in Tallahassee.
For more information, contact
Gordy Lepp at wakullasoccer
@earthlink.net.


will be offered to players ages 6
and 7 for a fee of $35.
Minor cub league baseball
will be open to players ages 7 and
8 with a registration fee of $40.
Cub League Association
baseball is open to players ages
8 through 10 with a fee of $60.
The Little League Baseball
Association is open to players
ages 11 and 12 with a fee of $70.
The Babe Ruth Baseball As-
sociation is open to players ages
13 to 15 with a fee of $90.
The Colt League Girls Soft-
ball Association is open to play-
ers ages 8 to 10 with a fee of $45.
The Pony League Girls Soft-
ball Association is open to play-
ers age 11 and 12 with a $45 fee.
The Bronco League Girls
Softball Association is open to
players ages 13 and 14 with a fee
of $45.
A copy of the athlete's birth
certificate is required for entry
into the three baseball and three
softball associations.
All leagues have age determin-'
ing dates of Aug. 1 except girls
softball which is Jan. 1. All play-
ers must have proof of health
insurance or purchase the county
policy for $7.50.
The deadline for T-Ball, Minor
Cub and girls softball is Feb. 12
at noon. Some of the association
deadlines vary. Anyone who is
unable to attend the registrations
may contact the recreation de-
partment at 926-7227 to make ar-
rangements to sign up prior to
the deadline.
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Not to be outdone by the.
Wakulla Lady War Eagle soccer
team and its success in the Class
3A District 2 Tournament two
weeks ago, the War Eagle soccer
team ran through the district
tournament and emerged as
champion following wins over
Florida High and Taylor County
in Perry.
It has taken Coach Bob Wal-
lace's squad all season to become
a better than .500 team, but the
wait was worth it. Wakulla
struggled through injuries all sea-
son and managed to stay around
the .500 mark. Six wins in Janu-
ary and February pushed Wakulla
to 9-8-3.


Taylor County began the tour-
nament by eliminating East
Gadsden in the play-in game Jan.
31. The Bulldogs topped Suwan-
nee County 2-1 on penalty kicks
to advance to the championship
game where Wakulla was wait-
ing.


goal of the game against Tayor
Feb. 3 while Raleigh Clarke had
the assist. Brad Herold had four
saves in the shutout victory.
Wakulla advances to the re-
gional quarterfinals Thursday,
Feb. 10 at 7 p.m. at Reynolds Sta-
dium. A victory in the quarterifi-
nals will nlusch WakuTlla into thep


Wakulla defeated Florida High 'regio semifinals Tuesday, "
3-1 in the semifinals Feb. 1 be- 15. The regional finals wilT
hind goals by Matt Haight, Josh played Friday, Feb. 18.
Pacheco and Buddy Spence. Ma- p
son Alford had an assist and- Wakulla will draw the .run
Patrick Stewart picked up two up of the District 1 Tournan
assists. Brad Herold and T.C. which featured Panama (
McKenzie combined for four Beach Arnmold Marianna, P
saves in the War Eagle goal. acola-Catholic, Walton Cou
Mason Alford scored the only -agnd Pensacola West Florida.


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Basketball Team Breaks Streak


The Wakulla War Eagle basket-
ball team broke a 15 game losing
streak last week by defeating
Jefferson County Thursday, Feb.
3. The last War Eagle victory prior
to the Jefferson game was Thurs-
day, Dec. 9 when the cagers
topped North Florida Christian in
Medart.
The other two wins of the sea-
son occurred in December on the
road against Madison County and
Jefferson County. But before
Wakulla broke its losing streak,
East Gadsden beat the War Eagles
to complete the 10 game slate of
regular season district games.
East Gadsden won 76-38. The
Jaguars outscored Wakulla by at
least 10 points in' each quarter
except the third when Wakulla
outscored the visiting team 19-16.
Sam Harris and Edward Harris
scored 10 points each to account
for more than half of the War
Eagle offense. Terrence Webster
added six points and Kerwin
Donaldson and Alonzo Thomas
added three points each. Darrion
Wilson and Casey Bradley chipped
in with two points apiece.
In a close 63-60 game against
Jefferson County, Wakulla broke
a 29-29 halftime tie by outscoring
:the Tigers by five in the third
-"quatert.The- Tigers could only
t.riim the War Eagle lead by 'two
points in the final quarter.
Edward Harris scored 14 points
to lead the Wakulla offense. Josh
Conrad had 10 points and Ter-
rence Webster added nine. Sam
Harris, Alonzo Thomas and
Kerwin Donaldson added four
points each. Briceton Wilson had
three points. Mike Montague, Tra
Hunter and Doug Dilorenzo
scored two points each.
Wakulla improved to 4-17 over-
all and fell to 1-9 in district con-

Soccer Team

Drops Final

Contest,
*A storybook season ended
Thursday, Feb. 3 for the Wakulla
Lady War Eagle soccer team.
Wakulla, the Class 3A District 2
champions, lost 1-0 to District 1
runner-up Panama City Beach
Arnold, in the first round of the
state playoffs.
Coach David Seitz built the
team around a core of young play-
ers this season and placed senior
softball and volleyball player Sara
Lovestrand in goal to anchor the
defense. The 2003-2004 team had
success behind more than 10 se-
niors on the roster. Throughout
the season, Seitz said he was
pleased at the success of his
young team.
Newcomer Lizzie Butler ended
the season with 31 goals and 11
assists for a total of 74 points.
Butler's statistics ranked her up
with two Lincoln High School
stars, Jennifer Allen and Amaka
Ofuani, well ahead of players
from other area schools.
Stacy Smith had an outstand-
ing season as she had more thah
45 points and chipped in with key
goals. Several other Lady War
Eagles had strong seasons includ-
ing Kym Keller, Jamie Nichols,
Chelsie Holt, Kayla Palmer, Bekka
Lepp and Jessie King prior to her
injury.
Arnold advanced to play Jack-
sonville Bolles, a 3-0 winner over
Alachua Santa Fe, in the first
round of the playoffs. District ri-
val Suwannee County lost 1-0 to
Pensacola Catholic. Catholic will
advance to play Jacksonville Epis-
copal in the regional semifinals.
Wakulla finished the season
11-7-1 while Arnold improved to
9-10-1.


tests. The regular seasonwill con-
clude with two games against
Apalachicola, played Feb: 8, and
Robert F. Munroe on Friday, Feb.
11. Both games will be played in
Medart.
The Class 3A District 2 Tour-
nament will be held Feb. 15, Feb.


16 and Feb. 19 at Wakulla High
School. The six team district in-
cludes Wakulla, East Gadsden,
Florida High, Madison County,
Suwannee County and Taylor
County. One of Wakulla's four
wins was against district foe
Madison County in Madison.


Lady War Eagle Cagers


Win Ninth Game Of Year


Coach Nate Jackson and his
Wakulla Lady War Eagle basket-
ball team ended an outstanding
regular season with two wins last
week. A 33-26 victory over John
Paul II and a 47-12 romp over
Apalachicola improved Wakulla
to 9-10 overall. The squad fin-
ished the district portion of the
schedule 1-9.
The Lady War Eagles broke
open a close game against John
Paul II by outscoring their oppo-
nent by three points in the third
quarter and six in the final quar-
ter. John Paul II had built a one
point lead at halftime.
Kiara Gay continued her out-
standing season by scoring 20
points with 11 rebobnds',seven
steals and- four assists. Jamehia
I laxwell added fiv e points while
Shannon White had four points,
11 rebounds and five assists.
Sandi Dunlap and Sharissia
Arnold chipped in with two


points each.
Gay also led Wakulla in scor-
ing with 23 points against Apa-
lachicola. She had 11 rebounds
and four assists. Arnold had 10
points and six steals. Sandi
Dunlap had six while Terrion
Webster had four. Shannon
White and Jessica Forest had two
points each.
Wakulla opened play Feb. 8 in
the first round of the Class 3A
District 2 Tournament at East
Gadsden. The Lady War Eagles
will play Madison County in the
first round. The winning team
will face the top seeded East
Gadsden Lady Jaguars in the sec-
ond round. Taylor County, Su-
Swannee County and Florida High
..will-also compete-in the ,tourna-
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Wakulla ended the regular sea-
son by winning three of its last
four games and six wins in the
last 10 games.


Wrestlers Tune Up For

The District Tournament


The Wakulla War Eagle wres-
tling team tied Panama City Bay
and beat Gulf Breeze in a three
team meet at Bay Friday, Feb. 4.
The tied Bay match was decided
by a single point as Bay had the
most falls and the Tornadoes
ended up winning by a 35-34
margin. South Walton was also
scheduled to compete but failed
to show up; Gulf Breeze won only
one weight class against the War
Eagles ard picked up three for-
feits.
Wakulla brought 11 wrestlers
to Bay and forfeited the 119
pound, 215 and heavyweight
classes.
Adam Plouffe won both of his
matches at 103 pounds while
Spencer Brunson was 1-1 at 112.
Jeremy Parmer was 2-0 at 125 and
Chris Helton was 1-1 at 130. Josh
Helton won both matches at 135
and Travis Autry was 1-1 at 140.
Justin Platt is expected to return

WHS Softball

Girls Open

2005 Season
Coach Tom Graham and the
Wakulla Lady War Eagle softball
team will open the 2005 season
with a preseason doubleheader
at Tallahassee Leon Friday, Feb.
11. Wakulla will face former Lady
War Eagle Robyn Gauger and her
Marianna Lady Bulldogs at 5 p.m.
and former Wakulla player Coach
Windy Taff and her Lady Lions
at 7 p.m.
The 2005 team is led by return-
ing seniors Sara Lovestrand and
Cindi Hunt. Juniors Reva Dean,
Turelle Farmer and Michelle Tay-
lor also return. The rest of the
varsity includes sophomores
Lindsey Bolin, Ashley Delong,
Kaitlin Gallamore, Kym Keller,
Larissa Mayne and freshmen
Chelsea Collins, Briana Fordham,
Carly Hillier and Karlyn Scott.
Shannon Smith will coach the
junior varsity with Tammy Nunn.


from an injury to compete in the
140 pound class in the post-sea-
son.
Victor Porter was 2-0 at 145 aiid
Shane Maynor was 1-1 at 152.
Adam Pendris was 1-1 at 160
while Raven Schlegel was 1-1 at.
171. Allen Golden was 2-0 at 189
pounds.
Platt, Josh Helton and Alien
Golden are the three seniors who
are getting ready for their final
tournaments.
The postseason begins Friday,
Feb. 11 with the Class A District
2 Tournament at Tallahassee
Godby. Wakulla and Suwannee
County will also compete in the
district tourney. The weigh in will
be at noon and the wrestling will
begin at 2 p.m.
All of the wrestlers who weigh
in at Godby will qualify for the
regional tournament which will
be held Friday and Saturday, Feb.
18 and Feb. 19 at Panama City Bay.
The top four wrestlers in each
weight class at regionals will
qualify for the state tournament
Feb. 24 through Feb. 26 in Lake-
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Outdoors


This weather is really beauti-
ful right now. I understand that
the groundhog saw his shadow
and we're supposed to have
about five or six more weeks of
winter. If the next five or six days
are like Monday and Tuesday of
this week, then I think we can
stand it. February is usually our
coldest month but hopefully it's
not going to be that bad and the
trout will hit the flats around the
first or second week of March. If
you don't fish that one to two
Feet of water, you're passing over
,a lot of good trout.
Juanise said she hasn't heard
back from anyone who has been
saltwater fishing but that might
be because trout season is closed
and not too many folks are fish-
ing. Adam Johnson fished live
Sminnows at Lake Ellen and came
to the hill with 20 big speckled
perch.
Mike Hopkins is out of town
but the folks at Lanark said plen-
ty of grouper were caught over
the weekend and lots of redfish.
Scott at Jerry's Bait and Tackle

Demonstration

On Pruning Set
The Wakulla County Extension
Service will be conducting a fruit
pruning and grafting demonstra-
Stion Tuesday, Feb. 15 at 3 p.m. at
Stanley Dennis' orchard at 120
Lonesome Road in Medart.
The program is free and open
to the public. Door prizes will be
provided by Just Fruits of Medart.
The orchard is located four-
tenths of a mile off U.S. Highway
98 on Lonesome Road. Lonesome
Road is located in the Pilgrim
Rest community 2.4 miles east of
Wakulla High School. The Chris-
tian Worship Center is next to
- Lonesome Road.
Sv' For more information, call
Wakulla Extension Director Dale
Bennett at 926-3931.

Valentine Cruise

Is Set At Springs
Wakulla Springs State Park will
host a Valentine's Cruise and Din-
ner Saturday, Feb. 12 at 5:30 p.m.
Visitors are invitedto snuggle up
with their Valentine and cruise
t own the scenic Wakulla River at
dusk The cruise will be followed
;by a buffet dinner in the historic
,Wakulla Springs Lodge.
SThe cost of the cruise and din-
ner will be $28 per person and
reservations are required. For res-
ervations or more information,
call the park at 224-5950.

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om The Dock
By CAPT. JODY CAMPBELL


said they had quite a few fisher-
men over the weekend and
heard of and saw some nice fish.
Chris Deason and Michael Smith
fished out of Shell Point over the
weekend and had a very produc-
tive day. They caught and re-
leased 10 legal trout using grubs
and caught eight reds and kept
two.
Tim Gordon has just moved
up to Crawfordville from Palm
Beach and he is probably glad he
did. He has been quizzing Scott
about our fishing and Scott said
head up the St. Marks River and
fish the deep holes. Tim said his
depth recorder showed fish and
he anchored up near the Hwy.
98 bridge and threw out a piece
of cut mullet. The strike came
about 10 minutes after he got
there and, after quite a struggle,
he landed a 25 pound striperl
Now I've been living here since
'75 and have never caught a
striper that big.
Freddy Holmes and Mr. Hamb
fished out of Carrabelle on Sat-
urday and came in with five nice
grouper and 15 big sea bass. They
were fishing Spanish Sardines in
about 30 feet of water.

Farmers Eligible

For Deer Control
The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC)
last week approved a new rule
that will grant small acreage
farmers the same latitude larger
growers have in controlling nui-
sance deer on their property dur-
ing the hunting season.
Previously, only landowners
with more than 640 acres could
get permits.to take antlerless
deer during the hunting season.
Antlerless deer include does and
bucks with visible antlers less
than five inches long.
The new rule will enable the
FWC to issue antlerless deer per-
mits to farmers who received
deer depredation permits for
crop damage within the previous
12 months regardless of the
amount of acreage owned.
Beginning July 1, persons pos-
sessing this permit and associ-
ated tags can take antlerless deer
during the muzzleloading, ar-
chery and general gun seasons
while on their property.
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Westbrook Earned 4-H Rank Not Awarded In 25 Years

Eric Westbrook Named


Fourth Level Equestrian


Eric Westbrook, a member of
the Wakulla County 4-H Horse-
masters Club, was recently award-
ed the highest rank in advance-
ment levels and earned the
fourth level certificate. The fourth
-level has not been obtained by a
Florida 4-H equestrian in approxi-
mately 25 years.
i The advanced program re-
iquired 4-H members to work
closely with 4-H equine special-
ists and professors from the Uni-
Iversity of Florida to complete all
lof the requirements.
In addition to riding skills, the
level calls for advanced work in
Pasture management, breeding
land other difficult research work.
,The candidate for the award must
design a specialized test in his
la'rea of expertise and Westbrook
Designed and constructed a cross-
country course and managed a
'combined training show indepen-
Idently as a part of his specialized
'work.
The show contained all of the


same events as the Red Hills
Horse Trials but was designed for
the beginning and upcoming rid-
ers. While completing all of the
horsemanship requirements, the
4-H member also had to attend
and participate in all regular 4-H
community service projects, lead-
ership opportunities and meet-
ings.
Westbrook is attending Abra-
ham Baldwin Agricultural College
in Tifton, GA and made the
Dean's List his first semester.
"The knowledge gained in prepar-
ing for the fourth level made
some of my classes seem to be a
review of that work," he said. He
added that he has received edu-
cation and encouragement from
many local equestrians and
thanked all of the Horsemasters,
Dr. Nancy Goyeat, DVM, Peggy
McNeil of Whispering Oaks Quar-
ter Horses and everyone at
Foxtrot Farm, where he rides, for
their support.


Gary Droze continues to find
the big fish in the pools at the
St. Marks Refuge. Walking the
banks on Sunday he caught five
bass using a floating worm. The
biggest fish was 6 1/2 pounds.
That's two fish he's caught from
the bank in the past two weeks
that weighed over 6 pounds
Well, these folks have proved
to us that the fish are out there
and can be caught but we've got'
to get out of that easy chair and
away from the television in order
to catch any of them. If you don't
go, you can't catch 'em. Remem-
ber, trout season is closed so, if
you catch any, they have to be
put back. Remember to leave a
float plan with someone and be
careful out there. Good luck and
good fishing!


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By GEORGE L WEYMOUTH
As I mentioned in my last ar-
ticle, my monthly tour through
the St. Marks National Wildlife
Refuge is now meeting on the
first Saturday of each month at
9 a.m. at the refuge headquarters
parking lot. We had been meet-
ing at 8 a.m. at the Wakulla Coun-
ty Public Library parking lot on
the first Sunday but have now
changed our place and time-we
believe for the better.
My next tour will be on March
5. The tours are free, but from
now on they'll be by reservation
only. So call me at 962-9092 if
you'd like to join.
I had a small tour last Satur-
day. Three gals on my tour, Maxie
Glenn, Marcia Bjerregaard arid
Marilyn Crook, were from Shell
Point and were all pretty in-
formed and gung hol
It was a perfect day, though
at times just a little windy. Be-
ing experienced birders (and also
volunteers for the St. Marks Ref-
uge), they were spotting wildlife
as fast as I, so the critter list
started adding up. By the time
we parted, about 1 p.m., we'd
recorded around 50 species of
birds and had two armadillos
right next to us.
One armadillo on the dike by
the lighthouse was so used to
people and lethargic from the
morning's chill, it actually al-
lowed one of the gals to get right
up over itl Because our Nine-
banded Armadillo, like other
"dillos," lacks a furry body, they
line their burrows with leaves for
insulation.
In the last couple of decades,
due in part (we can assume) to
the sudden record breaking glo-
bal warming), they've extended
their range now clear into Ten-
nessee, whereas in the early
1900s they were restricted to
South Florida and Texas. Now
they're all over the south central
and southeastern states
The highlight of our tour was
observing, in Headquarters Pond
next to the public restrooms and
tower, a drake Cinnamon Teal. It
was a beauty-the same rich chest-
nut red color of the upturned
Fragrant Water Lily's pad.
In fact, as we looked for this
reported bird with our spotting
scopes, we kept being faked out
by the rusty underside of the lily
pads being flipped up by the
strong breeze we were experienc-


ing that morning.
There may have been a hen
Cinnamon there, too, but because
of the distance between us and
the drake we couldn't separate a
hen Cinnamon from the hen
Blue-winged and Green-winged
Teal that the Cinnamon drake
was feeding with.
The hen's head, unlike the
Blue and Green-winged, doesn't
have a streak through the eye,
plus the bill is more the shape
of a Shoveler's bill than a stan-
dard teal's.
Cinnamon Teal are a western
duck, but a "casual or occasional",
bird in the Midwest and East
from October into March. We had
one that stayed most of the win-
ter on Sanibel'Islaiid -n Souithi '
west Florida years ago and it's'
likely that this one will stay a few
weeks, too, in the refuge-let's
hope.
We also saw a drake Red-
breasted Merganser in Light-
house Pond with its crested
green mallard-like head. And, to
my joy, we saw a large bird there,
too, that was walking around
with a white head.
It turned out to be a blue
phase Snow Goose. Through the
spotting scope, we could see it
plainly. We saw about a dozen
species of waterfowl altogether.
I returned to the refuge in the
afternoon and saw another 20
species including a female Ver-
milion Flycatcher, another west-
ern rarity. She looks very similar
to the Yellow-rumped Warbler
but has no yellow rump, more of
a streaked breast, and acts unlike
a warbler-but, like a flycatcher,
is constantly flying out to grab a
small insect. Ask the refuge staff
for her latest location.


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AUXILIARY REPORTS
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By Sherrie Alverson


Flotilla 12 at St. Marks held its
February meeting Saturday night
at the St. Marks National Wild-
life Refuge Education Center. The
,agenda began with brief, concise
offers' reports that included
upcoming activities in the area
of responsibility.
Besides the Flotilla Com-
mander and Vice Commander,
Rich Rasmussen and Tim Ashley,
those attending were Maurice
Beal, John and Debbie Cham-
pion, Carolyn- Brown Treadon,
Duane Treadon, Larry Kolk, Mark
Rosen, Rich Yood and two new
members who recently trans-
ferred from Tampa, Dave and Bev
Suban.,
Most of the time was spent fi-
nalizing plans for the upcoming
Division 1 meeting that Flotilla
12 is hosting in Tallahassee at
the Ramada Inn (I-10 and North
Monroe St.),.Feb. 18 through Feb.
20 (Friday/Saturday/Sunday). Fri-
day night activities will be at a
more leisurely pace than the
other two days.
Saturday will be devoted pri-
marily to member training and
will offer classes/workshops in
POMS, TCT and Operations,
three major fields. After the ini-
tial training, yearly workshops
are mandatory.

In the "good 'ole days," as
some of us remember; to become
an auxiliarist all an individual
had to do was complete the Ba-
sic:Qualification (BQ) course. You
were authorized to take part in
most of the auxiliary programs.
Times have changed and. conse-
quently, so must we.
A few years ago, the boat crew
training program came into be-
ing, Now, before the new mem-
ber can go on patrol he/she must
complete both classroom and on-
the-water training and be tested
by a QE (an auxiliarist who has
received special training and has
been designated as a QE by the
Director of Auxiliary).
Oh yes, there is something
else that can be a real challenge.
To participate in any type of op-
erations, the member must at-
tend a Team Coordination Train-
ing (TCT) class which can be
taught and tested by a specially
trained facilitator. Each flotilla
has at least one qualified QE.
Some flotillas, because of their
size, have been authorized two.
In the entire Eighth Coast
Guard District there are very few
facilitators. Arranging for one to
come into your area does take


time and patience. Whenever
one is available, members from
all local flotillas attend. The class
is usually taught at the Shell
Point Coast Guard Auxiliary sta-
tion.
Having the opportunity to take
the course at the division meet-
ing is a rare opportunity all local
auxiliarists should utilize. For
additional information, contact
Tim Ashley, Vice Commander, at
574-4450.
Onward to coxswain status
...more classroom work. 28 hours
on-the-water duty, complete Navi-
gation Rules (NAV Rules) and, fi-
nally, testing by a QE.
The auxiliarist feels proud-
and ready for Search and Rescue
(SAR) missions in addition to
scheduled safety patrols, harbor.
etc. To stay that way, annually the
.member must accumulate eight
hours underway time, complete
certain tasks-and attend an op-
eration workshop.
At the division meeting there
will also be two other work-
shops: Public Education and one
of the newest ones, Patrol Order
Management System pomsS). ,
Saturday night is the awards
banquet, which is always a 'gala
"dress up affair" with auxiliarists
receiving the only pay we ever
receive-certificates of commen-
dation or appreciation. There will
also be a featured guest speaker
and time to enjoy good fellow-
ship.
Sunday begins with division
staff meeting, then division
board meeting, followed by call-
to-order for all attending. The
remainder of the agenda should
be more or less routine.
Flotilla 12 cordially invites all
area auxiliarists to attend any or
all of the training that will be
offered on Saturday,


Flotilla 13 will hold its meet-
ing this coming Saturday, Feb. 12
at 6 p.m. at the Coast Guard Aux-


Judy Bentley

iliary Station at Shell Point. Even
if you don't like meetings, the
potluck dinner afterwards makes
it all worthwhile.
As I told the readers last week,
during the winter months I try
to give the readers a thumbnail
sketch of at least one of the of-
ficers who will be serving in this
area. ,
I asked Judy Bentley, the new'
,Flotilla 13 Commander, to jot!
down a few things about herself
and her plans for the upcoming
year. What she sent me is not a
thumbnail sketch of Judy, but .,
will share this now-and more
about Judy's life at a later date. (I1
promise.) What Judy wrote fol-:
lows.

"Boating Season" runs fromni
the beginning of April through,
the end of October here in the
Shell Point and Apalachee Bay
areas as defined by the Coast
Guard Auxiliary. The recent spell'
of winter weather locally has been,
so cold, windy, rainy, foggy and
dreary that most of us boaters
have only reminisced or dreamed
about being on a boat out on the
water.
At least we don't have to haul


our boats out and winterize them
like our friends in the colder
parts of the country. About the
only good thing that can be said
about that yearly ritual is that it
is like discovering a new treasure
to launch your boat again after a
long period of hibernation.
I have seen a few hardy souls
heading out in their boats over
the last few weeks down here in
the Shell Point area. They must
be real fanatical fishermen to go
out in these conditions. I hope
they have, yery safe trip... ." -
We do let out boats sit. a lot
more during the off season
around here, so it is always a good
idea to go through a checklist
before taking your boat out again.
Is your VHE marine radio work-
ing? How is your fuel? What con-
dition are your batteries in? Are
your life jackets in good shape
(can you pull on their various
pieces and parts without tearing
them?
Does your blower work? Will
our engine start up and run? Is
your fire extinguisher the correct
type and is it current? How about
your flares. and first aid kit-are
they up to date? Are your anchor
line and mooring lines in good
shape; or are they showing signs
of wear and deterioration?
There are lots of things that
can go wrong on a boat, and just
because they were okay the last
time you used: your boat is no
guarantee that they are still work-
ing.
I like to think that: preparing
to go out on a boat is just as im-
portant as preparing to fly an
airplane. Pilots take preflight
checks: very seriously. Boaters
should, too. If you are an'experi-
Senced boater, you probably have
lots of "war stories" about things
that went wrong with your boat
or some piece of marine equip-
ment that caused you to switch
into crisis mode.
Your engine quits. Your batter-
ies die; You run out of fuel. One
of your through-hull fittings fails
and your boat is taking on wa-
ter. Your mast breaks or your rud-
der is damaged in a grounding.
Sea fog rolls in while you are
several miles out and you haven't
noticed lately where you are.
The list is endless, and there
is always some new challenge.
It is best to be prepared when
something unexpected happens.
The reason I joined the Coast
Guard Auxiliary to begin with
was to bring my boating skills
back up to speed after a few years
away from power boating and
sailing. After I moved to Shell
Point, I began to go out with
friends on their boats and then
finally purchased one of my own.
As you may have guessed by
now, safety on the water is ex-
tremely important to me. The
safety of my passengers as well
as my own personal safety are
priceless.
There is a story that has stayed
with me that sums up how I re-


ally feel. I once had some neigh-
bors who acquired a shiny new
boat. They were a beautiful young
family with two small children.
The husband took his wife and
young children out on Tampa Bay
in their new boat, with no charts,
no local knowledge and very
little preparation or safety equip-
ment.
They ran aground several
times and encountered sea fog
but kept right on going at full
throttle. Can you imagine? This
happened many years 4go, and
I ,have never forgotten how
shocked I was that two adults
who seemed intelligent and
well educated would take such
,chances with their lives and the
lives of their children. Yes, they
made it back safely, but they
took huge and unnecessary risks.
There is a better way!
If you see a boating course
offered by the Coast Guard Aux-
:iliary. by all means sign up and


take it! You will learn valuable
information, and you will me&t
some very knowledgeable and
friendly boaters who are oir
members and instructors. We
care about your safety on the Wa-
ter, and would love to have ydu
as a member.
Remember. Safe Boating Is4o
Accident.


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Springs
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ry of a dollar a day plus tips.
SHe worked at the hotel for a
few years, served in the Army
during World War II, and settled
in Harrisburg, PA where he
worked for TRW for 32 years be-
fore retiring.
All of the former workers re-
talled the legendary "frugality" of
Ed Ball, the director of St. Joe
Paper who bought the property
in the 1930s and oversaw con-
struction of the hotel.
The kitchen workers chuckled
at the recollection of a pea soup
that was made especially for him.
'_ watery soup," Moore recalled,
"I always called it'Ed Ball's soup.'"
Jt was a thin stock with a few
vegetables in it.
tIZThe kitchen workers also re-

$ond
S Continued from Page 1
Aal. The matter has yet to be set
r-r a hearing before Circuit Judge
N2 Sanders Sauls.
SDavis and his wife of 42 years
iere reportedly involved in a do-
i estic dispute in December, in
qthich he claims she came at him
4ith a knife.
; According to the probable
cause in the court file, Davis al-

Valentine-
Continued from Page 1
attrackless train, super slide, pet-
ting zoo, rock wall climbing and
pony rides.
, Raffle tickets are on sale for
$1 each and the first prize is a
$1,000 shopping spree. The sec-
ohd prize is a $500 shopping
sree. The winners will be drawn
,.3 p.m. at the park. Ticket hold-
ers do not need to be present to
win.
Rotary's annual Valentine Cel-
Obration is the Wakulla club's one
big fundraiser of the year. Pro-
reeds benefit local non profit or-
ganizations, the Wakulla Rotary
scholarships and other needs of
the community.




A Taxing Situation!!
No one likes thinking about taxes,
:but when you do, you probably don't
think about' real estate agents.
4Blieve it or not, they're thinking
abiou taxes and their effect on
[buyers and sellers. Most agents can't
:offer tax advice, but they are very
Attentive to local and national
,developments that could positively
'or adversely influence real estate
:transactions. This is true regardless
'of which Bush is the driving force.


Susan
'Council



SYou may not be buying or
sellingg right now, but you should
e ware of the implications of
lew tax legislation that could
possibly be enacted. For example,
'resident Bush wants to make his
|ax cuts permanent and he is
pushing for tax 'simplification.
'[hat usually means bringing for-
ard the concepts of "flat tax" or
.national sale~ tax" once again.
-lt's impossible to say if either
lf those scenarios will actually
aiappen, but we should keep our
Iye on popular tax deductions
ike mortgage interest. President
tush clearly supports keeping
ahat deduction, but how that
applies to second homes or va-
:ation properties could be of
concern Our tax code will topple
concrete table, so we must be
giantn!
SAlthough it's unlikely, the
passage of a national sales tax
Iould translate into taxation of
mental payments or on the sale of
|eal estate. These are a few ex-


mmples of why it's important to
tay educated on tax issues at the
local, state, and national levels.
ensure that you give your opinion,
frequently and clearly, to your
representatives at each level of our
vernment. Stay in touch and
his area of the coast can continue
Sbe a "little slice of heaven".
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membered when Ball found out
about the food that the staff
would cook for themselves and
made them put it on the menu
to be served in the dining room.
It included a fatback that was
soaked overnight and then
floured and fried, spiced with
pepper. Only cornbread was
served to guests until Ball found
out the staff baked biscuits for
their own meals. The same with
rice pudding.
Moore also remembered when
elephants and monkeys were
brought to the springs for the
filming of a "Tarzan" movie. She
recalled that two monkeys es-
caped from the set, one of them
was named "Oscar," and the ani-
mals made it to the Hyde Park
community.



legedly picked up a towel con-
taining fishing weights from a
table in the home and struck his
wife twice in the head, then
strangled her to death with a
computer cable. He allegedly
loaded her body into the couple's
SUV, drove to Alabama and
dumped her body. Davis then
reported his wife missing to the
Wakulla County Sheriff's Office.
A medical examiner in Ala-
bama identified the body last
week as Julia Davis, and sheriff's
deputies interviewed Jerry Davis
and arrested him for murder on
Feb. 1.
The couple had lived in
Wakulla County for five years.


"You didn't leave your door or
windows open," Moore said, "or
you'd find him on your table."
Madeleine Carr, who orga-
nized the event for the Friends
of Wakulla Springs, called the
memories of seniors "the ar-


chives of the poor." She said she
hoped that some sort of histori-
cal program involving the springs
could be held once a month.
The stories were videotaped
by park staff for preservation.


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risk program near the Tallahassee airport. Positions for Youth
Counselors are currently open for two locations. The
primary responsibilities are in supervision of youth, activities
of youth, and monitoring treatment services.
All prospective employees must pass a preliminary and final
background clearance and have a strong desire to work
with at risk youth. This program contracts with the
Department of Juvenile Justice.
For more information please call Felicia or Vickie at
850-575-6714. or fax your resume to 850-575-7837.
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Sheriff's Report
SThe Wakulla County Sheriff's fice during the p
office is investigating the death On Feb. 2, a
f an inmate at the Wakulla Gossett Lane i)
county Jail, according to Sheriff was reported
avid Harvey. Maurice A. Hum
SOn Feb. 4 at 5:30 a.m., Joe Hummell told
Vharles Gallegly, 43, of Craw- Gray that he he
fordville was found dead in the screaming in a r
Wakulla County Jail work release own. When he
sectionn cell by Correctional Of- gate, he ran into
Ocer Lucille E. Conway. Gallegly, in the hallway. H
4: Department of Corrections in- hands and knees
Oilate who had been arrested in bedroom, got twc
ite 2003 for attempted murder, 10 and 14, out c
oas taken to Tallahassee Memo- them outside t
tial Hospital for an autopsy. The with his 7-year-c
autopsy results were consistent also escaped the
vith signs seen from a drug over- jury.
dose, according to Undersheriff Once outside
Donnie Crum. mell discovered
The case investigation remains from the kitchen
qpen but no foul play is sus- Marshal was cal
pected, said Crum. Correctional and determined
staff Scott Taff, Janet Weeks, Scott accidental, invest
Barwick and Tammy McKenzie mobile home, w:
investigated along with Undersh- at $10,000, was
eriff Crum, Major Maurice Lang- jor Bill Poole a
ston, Captain Gene McCarthy, Blackstock also i
lajor Jared Miller, Hoppy Strick- On Feb. 3, J
and, Sgt. Jimmy Sessor, Major Bill lahassee report
poole, Det. Fred Nichols, Sgt. C.L. chief as someone
Morrison, Lt. Ray Johnson, Crime side an unoccupi
scene.Investigator Dan Bowden in Crawfordville.
and Det. Walter Blackstock. inside of the hon
SIn other activity reported by at $90. Deputy Sc
!he Wakulla County Sheriff's Of- vestigated.
!'* On Feb. .3
Cio ur t Sparby investiga
i o u4r L of marijuana tha
S t inside the hold
county jail. An,
SShorts inmate Richard
43, of Sopchop
SThe murder case of a Panacea that the marijua
.man charged with shooting a him. Harvey had
neighbor in June 2003 while the prior to the narco
man was mowing his lawn is Harvey was char
scheduled to go to trial later this sion of less th;
month. marijuana and si
Jury selection in the second band into a deter
cdegree murder case of James Jason Barksdale
Jacobs is set for Tuesday, Feb. 22, Kilgore of the c
with the trial set for the rest of were also involve
the week.gation.
S Jacobs is charged with shoot- On Feb. 4, I
ing his neighbor, Brian Holdiness, of Crawfordville
with a hunting rifle while nalmischiefat hi
Holdiness was mowing his grass one damaged
next door. Jacobs told investiga- bushes and spr
tors that he was about to clean running over th
the rifle when it fell off the A suspect has 1
kitchen counter and accidentally Damage is esti
fired. Deputy Scott Ro
SAn investigations by the On Feb. 5, P
Wakulla County Sheriff's Office of Alligator Pc
and the Florida Department of grand theft as s
Law Enforcement indicated that pallet jack, 24 pa
Jacobs was sitting in a chair at a padlock from a
window of his home watching Sopchoppy area.
Holdiness and following the erty is valued
neighbor's movements through Mike Crum inve
the rifle scope when the weapon On Feb. 5,
discharged. ancourt of Crawf
Jacobs was originally arrested grand theft as
on a manslaughter charge. Pros- pies were stolen
ecutor Jackie Fulford filed infor- The dogs were
matioi increasing the charge to
second degree murder several
months later.
SJacobs has been free on bond
while the case is pending.
. He is represented by attorneys
Tony Cammarata and Layne I
Smith.
;Circuit Judge N. Sanders Sauls
will preside over the trial.
' In another court matter, Judge M
Sauls is scheduled to hear mo- (85
ti:ons on Thursday, Feb. 10 in the 24.
case of Kenneth Weinberg, a Mis-
sissippi man who was living ,in
St. Marks in May 2003 when he 9
was charged with kidnapping
and sexual battery.
Weinberg is charged with rap- ,. o
ing his then-girlfriend Melissa
May while the couple was living
in a tent on the St. Marks River. Fife
Weinberg was building docks for Secutiity
a:local attorney at the time.
Days after Weinberg was re- -
ased on bond from the Wakulla '
unr Jail, he and May:eturned 8 50
hlhssissippi and her body was
ter found. drowned. in the : 8 5 O
ascagoula River. It was a viola-
ion of his bond for him to leave 281 0 Sharer F
Wakt~lla County and he has been
i custody since May's death.
$ Weinberg has contended that
day was a drug addict and that SaflU
-ae couple had come to St. Marks
7 get a fresh start. Her claim of "Imagine how r
eing sexually battered was a lie, to learn how to,
Weinberg has said. definition,"
" Prosecutor Fulford has indi- Looking for


$ilhouse witnesses, one in Mis-
s~ssippi and one in Wakulla, who
ill testify that Weinberg told '-:.' ""
-em he killed May.
SThe. investigation into May's
death is still open in Mississippi,
And Weinberg has never been
charged. The Pascagoula coroner
Culled the death accidental.
SWeinberg has been through a
Handful of court-appointed attor-
5eys, firing them all, and is now
Representing himself, He has filed
number of handwritten mo-
jions with the court. Which pr
Weinberg's case is set for trial m
in March.


past week:
structure fire on
n Crawfordville
by the victim,
mell.
d Deputy Bobby
ard his children
oom next to his
went to investi-
a wall of smoke
:e crawled on his
to the children's
o daughters, ages
of bed and took
he. home along
ld son. His wife
e fire without in-

the home, Hum'-
flames coming
i. The state Fire
led to the scene
that the fire was
:igators said. The
which was valued
a total loss. Ma-
nd Det. Walter
investigated.
oyce Roe of Tal-
d a criminal mis-
e fired a shot in-
ed mobile home
, Damage to the
ie was estimated
:ott DelBeato in-

3, ,Deputy Leif
,ted a small bag
t was discovered
ling-cell at the
interview with
Eugene Harvey,
py determined
ana belonged to
Been in the cell
'tics being found.
ged with posses-
an 20 grams of
nutggling contra-
ntion facility. Sgt.
and Officer Julie
correctionss staff
ed in the investi-

David Strickland
reported a crimi-
is home as some-
several of his
inkler heads by
em in a vehicle.
been identified.
mated at $100.
jas investigated.
'hilip M. Guzetta ,
lint reported a
someone stole a
allets, chain and
vacant lot in the
The stolen prop-
at $351. Deputy
stigated.
Justin D. Vaill-
ordville reported
two pit bull pup-
Sfrom his home.
taken from the


victim's backyard and are valued theft of gasoline, upholstery
at $1,600. Deputy Scott Rojas in- shears, a pneumatic staple gun
vestigated, and a trolling motor, valued at
On Feb. 5, Johnny Edwards $525, from Upholstery Unlimited.
Ward, 20, of Panacea was charged A suspect has been identified.
with smuggling contraband into Deputy Scott DelBeato investi-
the county jail when tobacco was gated.
discovered in the inmate's mat- The Wakulla County Sheriff's
tress. The inmate cooperated Office received 770 calls for ser-
with the investigation and re- vice during the past week.
vealed the location of the contra- readers The
band. Deputy Renard Williams people who are reported as
investigated. charged with crimes in ts col
On Feb. 5, Felicia Maddox c w c tis ol
of Crawfordville reported the um have not yet been to tri
grand theft of tools, valued at and are therefore presumed in
$346, from her home. A suspect nocent until proven guilty.
has been identified. Deputy
Renard Williams investigated;.
On Feb. 5, Lydia H. Markley
of Crawfordville reported a bur-
glary ard grand theft at her
home: Electronic equipment, cam- '
eras and a firearm, valued at
$1,324, were reported stolen. Sgt.
Mike Kemp investigated.
On Feb. 5, Sgt. Mike Kemp
arrested Phillip G. Goad, 35, of,; 79 Royal Oak
Tallahassee and charged him Great Location in
with possession of 6.75 grams of North Wakulla County.
cannabis following a disturbance 3BR\2BA DWMH,
at the.Huddle House restaurant. 1,802 sq. ft. located on
Sgt. Kemp placed Goad in protec- 2.73 acres (mol). Home
tive custody due to being intoxi- includes many extras,
cated. Kemp discovered the can- covered front porch,
nabis when patting down Goad,. screened back porch,
Lt. James Plouffe also investi- inground pool with deck.
gated. Also walk-in closets in
On Feb. 6, Terry L. Webster all bedrooms.
of Crawfordville reported a crimi- $130,000 #130547
nal mischief at the school district Debbie Myers 251-0684
office. Three juveniles were ob-
served discharging fire extin-
guishers in the old Crawfordville
gym. The juveniles, two boys and'
a girl, ages 14 and 15, were re-: ,
leased, to the custody of their
parents. Sgt. C.L. Morrison inves- .. -
tigated.-.
On Feb. 3, Tena L. Altman of
Crawfordville reported the theft
of $5 from her home. The victim
reported that the bill was one of .- ,'
the first $5 bills issued and is- -
worth $5,000. Deputy Richard
Buckley investigated. -
On Feb. 7, Richard N, Ve-:h '
of Craw\fordville reported a ve- JenyPeers Tim
hide burglary. The victim re- 524-5 5-414
ported the theft of $800 worth
of stereo equipment. A suspect
has been identified. Sgt. Jimmy a't t O
Sessor and Ciime Scene In\esti-
gator TiniaDemosits mvestigated ,' ,
On Feb. 7, Jean Harris ofTal- ',' 1
lahassee reported a gas drive off Shayla Dang
-at the Crawfordville Chevron. A 566-3335 i
motorist left without paying for '
$31.22 north of gasoline. The
clerk confronted tl'e suspect at Matt Tucker
another, Crawfordville location 519-1609
but he drove off toward Tallahas-
see. Deputy Scott DelBeato inves- a
tigated. Janice.McFarland
On Feb. 7, John M. Waters 933-8297
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IN THE CIRCLE
SECOND JUDICIAL
FOR WAKULLA
CASE
JUDGI
IN RE: FORFEITURE OF A 1
CHEVROLET PICKUP TRUC
VIN: 1GCDK14KOLZ165463

NOTICE OF COM
TO: ANY'AND ALL PERSON:
INTEREST IN THE FOLL
AL PROPERTY
A 1990 CHEVROLET PIC
VIN: 1GCDK14KOL
NOTICE is given pursuant,to S
932.704, Florida Statutes (200
MENT OF HIGHWAY SAFETY)
HICLES (Department), acting
the Florida Highway Patrol, s
scribed personal property on (
Wakulla County, Florida, and
sonal property pending the o
proceedings. All persons or.E
legal interest in the subject pr
a hearing concerning the seize
tacting the undersigned. A con
in the Circuit Court of the SECi
CUlT, in and for Wakulla Cou
cember 17, 2004, the trial coL
finding probable cause. If n.
within 20 days, the Departme
final order of forfeiture.
Dated: January 25, 2005
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TENANT II; UNITED CREDIT CARD
.BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION,
twice and any unknown heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors, and other un-
known persons or unknown spous-
es claiming by, through and under
any of the above-named Defendants,
IIT COURT OF THE
OL CIRCUIT IN AND Defendants.
COUNTY, FLORIDA
AMENDED NOTICE OF ACTION
ENO.: 2004-381-CA
E: N. Sanders Sauls TO: UNITED CREDIT CARD BANK, NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION
990 C/O ANY OFFICER
K; 8550 UNITED PLAZA BOULEVARD
SUITE 203
BATON ROUGE, LA 70809
PLAINT
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS STATED,
S WHO CLAIM AN CURRENT RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
LOWING PERSON-
And any unknown heirs, devisees, grantees,
creditors and other unknown persons or un-
CKUP TRUCK, known spouses claiming by, through and un-
LZ165463 der the above-named Defendant(s), if de-
ceased or whose last known addresses are
sections 932.703 and unknown.
14) that the DEPART-
Y AND MOTOR VE- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action
through its division, to foreclose Mortgage covering the following real
seized the above-de- and personal property described as follows, to-wit:
October 31,2004, in
I is holding the per- The Easterly Half (100 feet) of the
Outcome of forfeiture Southerly 200 feet of Lot No. One (1)
entities who have a of CRESTWOOD ACRES, as per plat
property may request thereof recorded in Page 61 of plat
zed property by con- Book No. 1, of the Public Records of
plaint has been filed Wakulla County, Florida.
ONDJUDICIALCIR-
nty, Florida. On De- has been filed against you and you are required to
urt entered an order serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it
o claimants appear on Elizabeth Shannon Pastras, Butler & Hosch,
ent will be seeking a P.A., 3185 South Conway Road, Suite E, Orlando,
Florida 32812 and file the original with the Clerk of
the above-styled Court on or before 30 days from
the first publication, otherwise a Judgment may be
entered against you for the relief demanded in the
.RLES J. CRIST, JR. Complaint.
TORNEY GENERAL
WITNESS my hand and seal of said Court on
s- Anthony Andrews the 24th day of January, 2005.
THONY ANDREWS
ant Attorney General In accordance with the Americans With Disabili-
he Attorney General ties Act, persons with disabilities needing a spe-
Capitol, Suite PL-01 cial accommodation to participate in this proceed-
Florida 32399-1050 ing should contact Court Administration at P. Box
Tel.: (850) 414-3300 337. Crawfordville, Florida 32328, telephone (850)
926-3341, not later than seven (7) days prior to the
February 3, 10, 2005 proceeding. If hearing impaired, (TDD) 1-800-955-
8771, or Voice (V) 1-800-955-8770, via Florida
Relay Service.
tice Brent X. Thurmond
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
(Circuit Court Seal)
JIT COURT OF THE By:-s- Becky Whaley
RCUIT OFFLORIDA .Deputy Clerk
WAKULLA COUNTY
February 3, 10, 2005


GENERAL CIVIL DIVISION
Case No.: 2004-97-FC
Deutsche Bank National Trust
Company, as Trustee,
PLAINTIFF.
vs.
Kevin Lee; Patricia Lee, et al.,
DEFENDANTS.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to that
Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated January 26,
2005, andientered-in civil-case number 2004-97--
FC, of the Circuit Court of the 2ND Judicial Circuit
in and for Wakulla County, Florida, wherein
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONALTRUST COMPANY,
AS TRUSTEE, is Plaintiff and Kevin Lee; Patricia
Lee, is/are Defendant(s), I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash inside the front door of
the Wakulla County Courthouse, Crawfordville,
Florida, Wakulla County, Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on
the'3rd day of March, 2005, the following described
property as set forth in said Final Judgment, to wit:
LOT 23, BLOCK "10," WAKULLA GAR-
DENS, SUBDIVISION AS PER MAP OR
PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT
-BOOK 1, PAGE 39 OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF WAKULLA COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
NOTE: Pursuant to the Fair Debt Collection Prac-
tices Act you are advised that this law firm is
deemed to be a debt collector attempting to collect
a debt and any information obtained will be used
for that purpose.
Dated the 26th day of January, 2005.
BRENT X. THURMOND
Clerk of Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: -s- Erika Harrell
Deputy Clerk
February 3, 10, 2005


Legal Notice


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR WAKULLA COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No.: 04-110-FC
COLUMBUS BANK AND
TRUST COMPANY ("CB&T"),
a Georgia corporation,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DON T. LYLES and CYNTHIA
L. LYLES,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Cynthia L. Lyles
.112 Magg Shevell Road
Crawfordville, Florida 32327
SYOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for fore-
closure of a mortgage has been filed against you
and you are required to serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses if any, to it on Donna S. Biggins,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is 515 North
Adams Street, Tallahassee, Florida 32301, on or
before March 4, 2005, and file the original with the
clerk of this court either before service on Plaintiff's
attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint.
DATED January 26. 2005.
BRENT X.THURMOND
As Clerk of the Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: -s- Erika Harrell
Deputy Clerk
February 3, 10, 17, 24, 2005


Legal Notice


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR WAKULLA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 2004-FC-89
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
TRUST COMPANY; AS TRUST-
EE F/K/A BANKERS TRUST
COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA,
N.A., AS CUSTODIAN OR
TRUSTEE UNDER THE AP-
PLICABLE CUSTODIAL OR
TRUST AGREEMENT
Plaintiff,
vs-
CHIARLOTTE A. KING A/K/A
C'lARLOTTE KING; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF CHARLOTTE A.
KING A/K/A CHARLOTTE KING;
UNKNOWN TENANT I: UNKNOWN


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32399-2100, and a copy mailed or delivered to the
local government. Failure to timely file a petition
shall constitute a waiver of any right to request an
administrative proceeding as a petitioner under
Sections 120.569 and 120.57, F.S. If a petition is
filed, the purpose of the administrative hearing will
be to present evidence and testimony and forward
a recommended order to the Department. If no
petition is filed, this Notice of Intent shall become
final agency action.
If a petition is filed, other affected persons may
petition for leave to intervene in the proceeding. A
petition for intervention must be filed at least twenty
(20) days before the final hearing and must include
all of the information and contents described in
Uniform Rule 28-106.205, F.A.C. A petition for leave
to intervene shall be filed at the Division of Admin-
istrative Hearings, Department of Management
Services, 1230 Apalachee Parkway, Tallahassee,
Florida 32399-3060. Failure to petition to intervene
within the allowed time frame constitutes a waiver
of any right such a person has to request a hear-
ing under Sections 120.569 and 120.57, F.S. or to
participate in the administrative hearing.
After an administrative hearing petition is timely
filed, mediation is available pursuant to Section
163.3189(3)(a), FS., to any affected person who
is made a party to the proceeding by filing that re-
quest with the administrative law judge assigned
by the Division of Administrative Hearings. The
choice of mediation shall not affect a party's right
to an administrative hearing.
-s- Charles Gauthier, AICP
Chief of Comprehensive Planning
Division of Community Planning
2555 Shumard Oak Boulevard
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2100
February 10, 2005


Legal Notice


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR WAKULLA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 2004-386-CA
CLYDE K. CARTER;
and DELORISS FORT;
Plaintiffs,
vs.
WILLIAM MARK LAND; SMURFIT-
STONE CONTAINER ENTERPRIS-
ES, INC. f/k/a STONE CONTAINER
CORPORATION, a Foreign corpora-


tion; and BRIAN BARNARD'S FLOOR-
ING AMERICA f/k/al BRIAN BAR-
NARD'S CARPET TRADER, INC., a
Florida corporation;
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:WILLIAM MARK LAND
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Complaint for Quiet
Title has been filed against you and others, and
you are required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on DANIEL E. MANAUSA,
ESQUIRE, SMITH, THOMPSON, SHAW &
MANAUSA, P.A., Plaintiff's attorneys, 3520
Thomasville Road, 4th Floor, Tallahassee, Florida
32309, no more than thirty (30) days from the first
publication date of this notice of action, and file the
original with the Clerk of this Court either before
.service on Plaintiff's Attorneys or immediately
thereafter; otherwise, a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
DATED this 4th day February, 2005.
Brent X. Thurmond
Clerk of Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: -s- Becky Whaley
Deputy Clerk
Feb. 10, 17, 24, March 3, 2005


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NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT
TO CHAPTER 83, PART IV
Notice is given pursuant to Florida Self-Storage
Facility Act, Florida Statutes, Chapter 83, Part IV
that Nad's Enterprises will hold a sale by sealed
bid on Saturday, February 19, 2005 at 10:00 a.m.
at 59 Shadeville Highway of the contents of Mini-
Warehouse containing personal property of:
Willard Haney
Jason Bradley
Roy Roberts
Alma Noonkester
Tanesia Thomas
Before the sale date of February 19, 2005, the own-
ers may redeem their property by payment of the
outstanding balance and cost by paying in person
at 59 Shadeville Highway, Crawfordville, Florida.
February 10, 17, 2005


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STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AFFAIRS
CUMULATIVE NOTICE OF INTENT
TO FIND THE WAKULLA COUNTY
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AND
'REMEDIAL COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
AMENDMENTS) IN COMPLIANCE
DOCKET NO. 05-R1-NOI-6501-(A)-(I)
The Department issues this cumulative notice
of intent to find the Wakulla County Comprehen-
sive Plan adopted by Ordinance No. 2005-01 on
January 3, 2005 and the amendments) adopted
by Ordinance No. 2003-23 on October 6, 2003, IN
COMPLIANCE, pursuant to Sections 163.3184,
163.3187 and 163.3189, F.S.
The adopted Wakulla County Comprehensive
Plan, the Plan Amendments and the Department's
Objections, Recommendations, and Comments
Report, (if any), are available for public inspection
Monday through Friday, except for legal holidays,
during normal business hours, at the Wakulla
County Administration Building, 3093 Crawfordville
Highway, Crawfordville, Florida 32326-1210.
Any affected person, as defined in Section
163.3184, F.S., has a right to petition for an admin-
istrative hearing to challenge the proposed agency
determination that the Remedial Amendments
are In Compliance, as defined in Subsection 163.
3184(1), FS. The petition must be filed within
twenty-one (21) days after publication of this no-
tice, and must include all of the information and
contents described in Uniform Rule 28-106.201,
F.A.C. The petition must be filed with the Agency
Clerk, Department of Community Affairs, 2555
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BID NO. 2005-04
WAKULLA COUNTY
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
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Separate sealed BIDS for Surf Road Improvements
will be received by the Wakulla County Board of
County Commissioners at the Wakulla County
Board Room until 3:00 p.m. (Eastern Time), Feb-
ruary 25, 2005.
The CONTRACT DOCUMENTS include all perti-
nent attachments necessary in order for bidders to
properly respond.
Copies of the CONTRACT DOCUMENTS may be
obtained at the following locations upon payment
of $125.00 for each set (Non-refundable).
Preble-Rish, Inc, 5365 Scenic Hwy. 30-A, Suite
102, Santa Rosa Beach, FL 32459
Wakulla County Commissioners Office, 3093
Crawfordville Highway, Crawfordville, FL 32327,
(850) 926-0919.
"Inferested contractors must be on the current
FDOT approved contractor list.
The Board reserves the right to waive informalities
in any bid, to accept and/or reject any or all bids on
the'whole or in part withust cause, and to accept
the"bid that in their judgment will be in the best
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Free Estimates
Specializing in Small "Tracts"
Hauling, Site Prep, Culverts,
Driveways, Stump Removal
David (850)251-0628
Laurie (850)591-7237 BF



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Gourmet
We Chocolates,
Gift Wrap Jewelry & More
(850)926-6241
STUMPS
Stump Grinding, guaranteed lowest price.
Quality work. Tom Beal, 544-8582. P10,17
GENERAL CLEANING
MOVING IN OR OUT
CALL 349-9532 PT2/24
Discounts for Seniors
Hbuse Painting-interior and exterior, Pres-
sure Washing and Mowing Work. Most
pressure washing $45-$50. Free esti-
mates. 551-2000, Crawfordville. PT3/24


ROBINSON'S HANDYMAN SERVICE
BY THE HOUR
284-9335 P10.17


Services




I Dwight's*
Appliance Repair
Services All Major
Brands
28 Years Experience
SLicensed & Insured
926-6510


PARADISE PLANTS
AND DESIGN
Landscaping, plant sales, maintenance,
and installation. 962-4861. F
REVELL PUMP & WELL REPAIR
We stock water pumps, electric motors
and parts. Complete installation and re-
pair services. 962-3051. F
HOME COMFORT INDUSTRIES. Car-
pet/Upholstery Cleaning; Heating/AC;
Master Electrician; Commercial Refrigera-
tion and Appliance Repair. Doug Quigg,
926-5790. Lic. No. RA0056416 ER0010924.F
PAINTING
Interior/Exterior
Residential/Commercial
Pressure Washing
Billy Roddenberry
962-4271 F
Michelle Snow's
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Piano-Voice-Guitar*Strings, etc.
926-7627 F
ANYTIME ELECTRIC
Specializing in repair and service, resi-
dential and commercial, homes and mo-
bile homes. 24-hour service. Mark Oliver,
ER0015233,421-3012. F
MUNGE'S TREE SERVICE
Professional Work-Affordable Rates
Tree Removal & Trimming
Firewood & Stump Grinding
Fully Insured, 421-8104. F
AIR-CON OF WAKULLA
HEATING & A/C
Maintenance & Service. Gary Limbaugh,
926-5592, FL License No. RA0058847. BF
Superior Exterior Cleaning
Residential and Commercial Cleaning
Pressure Cleaning.
Shingled Roof Washing
(850)519-5878 BF
Mr. Stump
STUMP GRINDING
Quick Service
Cellular: 509-8530 F
AAA CONSTANT COMFORT
Air cond. and heating, service and instal-
lation. Free quote on new equipment.
Trane dealer. We fix all brands and mobile
homes. 926-8999. RA0066721 F
COSTUME JEWELRY REPAIR
Restring beads, stone replacement. Clip
or screwback earrings into pierced. 926-
4912. PT02/10
CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION
Foundations, slabs, driveways, etc.
Stan Poole at 251-0189. F
BOAT REPAIRS
528-3406
Engine Work, Hull Repairs, Gel-Coat,
Fiberglass Repairs, Mobile Service,
Free Pickup and Delivery.
All Work Guaranteed. P3,10

For Sale

BEDROOM SET-6 PIECES, NEW IN
BOXES. Headboard, frame, dresser, mir-
ror, chest, nightstand. $595.222-9879. BF
Seasoned, split Oak firewood. Call for
pricing and/or delivery. 445-4020. PT2/17
Mattress set: New king pillow-top mat-
tress and base. In original plastic, factory
warranty, $295. 222-2113. BF


JACK RUSSELL PUPPIES
$150 $350
925-6731 F


'T2/24


CHERRY SLEIGH BED, still in box, never
used. Sacrifice $295. 222-7783. BF
HABITAT RE-STORE
Abundance of bedding, sleeper sofas,
computers, interior/exterior doors, win-
dows/screens, fiberglass shower units and
light fixtures. Open Tuesday thru Satur-
day, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 940 Shadeville Hwy.
(Hwy. 61), 926-4544. BF
NEW QUEEN Pillowtop mattress set. In
factory plasticwith warranty. Can deliver.
Must sell, $175. 545-7112. BF
Four rolls uncirculated Kennedy halves,
2003, 2004PD, $100; 1938-2004 Nickel
set, deluxe album, $75; Two-dollar bills,
uncirculated, 1928G, 1953C, 1963,1976,
1995,$75; 1986 Silver Eagle, NGC graded,
PF-69 Deep Cameo, $50; PCGS graded
coins, 1943-D nickel, MS66FS, $50; 1938-
S cent, MS66RD, $30; 1943-S steel cent,
MS66, $30; 1955-D quarter, MS-65, $35.
Rick, 926-6960. P10
New Living Room set. Suggested list
$1,400, sell sofa $275, loveseat $225,
chair $175. Set $625. Hardwood frames
with lifetime warranty. 222-9879. BF
LARGE LIME ROCK
Can Deliver
984-5474 PT3/3
Dining room table, leaf and six chairs,
$600. Sofa server table, $300. 222-2113.
BF
Chain link fence, 4ft. x 8 ft., 6 corner posts,
top rail, 1 gate, less than one year old. Will
deliver in county, $125. 926-5816. Pio
1995 Ford Windstar LX van, loaded. Ask-
ing $3,500 obo. Phone 933-5318, Pana-
cea. P10
Leather Sofa-suggested list $1,400.100%
new, sell $500. 222-7783. BF
1999 Chevy S-10 with airbags, $7,000.
926-3886. P10


New AK 47, Russian made, never been
fired, $200. 926-9884. P1o


For Sale

1998 Yukon XLT 1500, V8, loaded with all
the extras. Asking $7,800. Call 926-7930
for details. P10
CYPRESS TREES
AND CONNECTING KNEES.
You Cut! (850)926-7756. p10
1983 Jeep C-J 7, doesn't run, needs car-
buretor, $1,500. 962-2849, evenings.
P10,17


Help Wanted

BROOKS CONCRETE NOW HIRING:
redi-mix drivers with a Class A or Class B
with air brakes, DQL and driving experi-
ence required, fulltime, for long term em-
ployment. Apply at 1532 Coastal Hwy.,
Panacea. NO PHONE CALLS. B3,io
BROOKS CONCRETE now hiring for the
position of Crane Operator. Must have
Class A, CDL driver license, piling experi-
ence preferred, 40-50 hours/week, health
insurance benefits. Only long term, seri-
ous need apply. Apply in person at 1532
Coastal Hwy., Panacea, FL, with L. B.
Brooks. (850)984-5279. B3,10
Need immediately-professional house
painters, individual hourly painter or sub-
contractors. Call Billy Roddenberry 962-
4271 or 228-5552. BF
Opening for fulltime Pre-School Teacher
with C.D.A., available at Wakulla Christian
School. Please call 926-5583 for applica-
tion/interview. BF
Warehouse worker needed, hard work-
ing, stable, drug free. Good job with future,
$7/hr. start. 984-0236, Panacea. 83,10


f a TALLAHASSEE
COMMUNITY

COLLEGE

Help Wanted

INSTRUCTIONAL
TECHNOLOGY
SPECIALIST
CS41STO1
$31,027 $35,991 annually
Center for Instructional
Technology
Closing 2/14/05 at 3 pm

TESTING SPECIALIST
CS4TESO1
$22,050 $25,578 annually
Enrollment Services
Closing 2/21/05 at 3 pm

STAFF ASSISTANT I
CSCADN05
Keyboarding ability
must be demonstrated
at the time of application
$21,000 $24,360 annually
Closing 2/21/05 at 3 pm

The following vacancies
are assured consideration, if
applications are received by 2/18/05.
Salaries are commensurate
with qualifications and experience

DEAN OF HEALTH
PROFESSIONS
ADHDEA06
Academic Affairs

DEAN OF ACADEMIC
SUPPORT
PROGRAMS
ADADEA05
Academic Affairs

DIRECTOR, CENTER FOR
TEACHING
EXCELLENCE
MP4CTE01
Academic Affairs

DIRECTOR, NURSING
PROGRAM
MP4NURO1
Technology & Professional
Programs

The Following vacancy
is fiscal year funded

EMERGENCY
MANAGEMENT
CONSULTANT
GR000430
$30,000 -$40,000 annually
Volunteer Florida
Closing 2/21/05 at 3 pm
FL Retirement Sys

For ADA accommodations notify
Human Resources; (850) 201-8510,
fax 201-8489, TDD 201-8491 or FL
Relay 711. Submit mandatory
Tallahassee Community College
employment application to Human
Resources (when applying for the
campus police, please also submit
the campus police application), TCC,
444 Appleyard Dr., Tallahassee, FL
32304-2895; or email
humres(~tcc.fl.edu. Human
Resources hours 8 A.M. 5 P.M.,
Mon Fri. Visit the College's website
at www.tcc.fl.edu for position details
and employment application.
An Equal Opportunity/
Affirmative Action Employer


Help Wanted



High School Student

Needed After School

1e WakIulla etlno
Must Have Own
Transportation

926-7102

Ask for Shannon

Caregivers Needed
Everyone needs someone! We need your
help to make a difference in the lives of
older adults by helping them in their homes.
Parttime, flexible hours to work in the
following areas: Crawfordville, Woodville,
Sopchoppy, Smith Creek, Panacea, and
Alligator Point.

Please call Home Instead Senior Care at
297-1898. BF
AVON Earn 50%
Get 50% off Products. Start-up Kits Now
$5. Call 545-0081. B10,17,24
Opening for office manager and assistant
to principal, available at Wakulla Christian
School. Must have excellent clerical and
people skills and Quick Books familiar.
Call Jim Pound at 926-5583 or 984-5482
for application/interview. BF
CHILDCARE WORKERS NEEDED!
"New Life Kids"
322 Shadeville Hwy. Come by or call 926-
6365. B10
LAND SURVEYING CREW CHIEF
Experience required. Call926-7174. Pio


NOW HIRING ALL POSITIONS!
Sunset Grill, 925-7882. B10
Sales Industrial Equipment. We are look-
ing for an aggressive energetic person
who wants to make lots of money for what
they do. Must be self starter, willing to
travel. Working with a fast growing com-
pany with nationwide sale. Commission
and draw with benefits. Non-smoker, no
drugs, creditworthy people only. Must be
mechanically inclined. Are you a born
salesman? If so, we want you. 984-0236,
Panacea. BF
Honest person needed for sales position.
Send resume to:
EASTCCONNECTION@AOL.COM orap-
ply within "Gift Shop" at Angelo and Son's
Seafood Restaurant in Ochlockonee Bay,
Panacea, FL. P3,10,17,24
A Behavioral Health Care Center is cur-
rently seeking:
* SCHOOL BASED SPECIALIST
(2 POSITIONS) #1769 & #1968
Bachelor's degree with a major in counsel-
ing, social work, psychology, criminal jus-
tice, nursing, rehabilitation, special edu-
cation, health education, or a related hu-
man services field plus 1 year of profes-
sional experience working in a mental
health setting; or other bachelor's degree
plus 3 years fulltime experience working in
a mental health setting.
Regular status rate: $13.30 per hour/ex-
cellent benefits or
Temporary OPS status rate: $15.90 per
hour/no benefits.
For more information and a complete
listing of available positions:
www.apalacheecenter.org
(850)523-3217 or 1(800)226-2931
Human Resources
2634-J Capital Circle N.E.
Tallahassee, FL
Pre-Hire Drug Screen & FDLE background
check.
An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
Employer.
Drug-Free Workplace. B10
MEDICAL DIRECTOR

The Wakulla County Board of County
Commissioners is seeking qualified appli-
cants for the position of Medical Directorof
the Wakulla County Emergency Medical
Services.

In cooperation with the EMS Director, the
applicant will perform the following duties
as follows but not limited to:

Essential Job Function
Evaluate the medical performance of the
EMS Staff. Provide training as needed.
Evaluate written reports. Suggest improve-
ments and upgrading of skills in keeping
with medical advances. Be available to
give field supervision to staff.

Education, Training and Experience
Must be currently licensed as a physician
in the State of Florida. Board Certification
in Emergency Medicine preferred. Experi-
'ence in Emergency Medicine preferred.
Must carry liability insurance.

To ApDly
Return a completed Wakulla County em-
ployment application to the County
Administrator's office, located at 3093
Crawfordville Hwy., Crawfordville, FL
32326. Applications may also be mailed to
P.O. Box 1263, Crawfordville, FL 32326.
You may obtain an application from the
County Administrator's office or go to:
mywakulla.com and download an applica-
tion. Questions regarding this employment
opportunity may be directed to (850)926-
0919. B3,10
Fulltime Houseman position at Wakulla
Springs State Park and Lodge. Must be
abletoworkweekends, holidays and some
nights. Interested applicants should sub-
mit a completed State of Florida Employ-
mentapplicationtoJanel Chernoff in Sales,
224-5950. 810,17
Accepting applications for restaurant staff.
Multi-tasking and friendly attitude required.
Will train, but experience preferred. Flex-
ible hours. Call 528-1650. P3,10,17,24

Protect The Environment


Help Wanted



GREAT OPPORTUNITY!


JOIN OUR TEktM 0a
TODAW.

Seeking Technician &
Assistant Manager
candidates.
We offer competitive
compensation, plus a great
benefits package, flexible
schedule and more!
Please apply at any of our
locations in Tallahassee,
Crawfordville or Quincy.
You may also fax your resume to
(850) 222-5152
Valid Drivers License Required
Applicants must pass a drug test



Miscellaneous

This is the list for the shelter animals up for
adoption:

* DOGS:
* Jack Russell.
* Dachshund mix.
* Black Lab.
* German Shepherd, mix.
* Bulldog mixes.
* Chow mix.

* PUPPIES:
* Border Collie mix.
* Bulldog mixes.
* Chow mixes.
* Lab mix.
* Shepherd mixes.

Adult cats and adorable kittens.

Adoption fees include a deposit for spay-
ing or neutering and rabies vaccination.
Come see us at #1 Oak Street, next to
sheriff's office. Shelter Hours: Tues. -
Thurs., 10 a.m. 5 p.m., Fri. and Sat., 10
a.m. 4:30 p.m. Closed Sun. and Mon.
926-0890. P
Honest Person needed for Sales Posi-
tion. Send resume to:
EASTCCONNECTION(c)AOL.Com.PT2/24


Mobile Home-Rent

2BR/1B MH, $600/mo., 1st, last and $300
dep., north Wakulla. For more information,
call 962-3333. 10
2 bedroom, quiet trailer park. No pets.
(850)925-6277. P10,17
2BR/2B, extra clean, covered porch, pri-
vate, great for nature lover. No pets, no
smokers. $525/mo., 1st and last, $350
dep. Call'552-2539. Bso
Three 3BR/2B DWMH starting at $750.
For more information, call Clara, 926-4511.
B10
Panacea-3BR/2B MH, $675/mo., first and
last month, $400 dep. 984-4950. P10


Housing Vouchers
We accept all vouchers
150 Singlewides &
Doublewides
2/2 @ $615,
3/2 @ $715,
4/2 @ $895, $50 dep.
Pool, Free Lawn Care,
Security. 575-6571


Found

Engine calibration tool made by OTC at
corner of East Ivan and Lonnie Raker Rd.
Call 508-9464. P3,10

Yard Sale

The Farm, 73 Farrier Lane. Saturday,
Feb. 12,8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Lawn equipment,
Christmas and household items. P1o-

Real Estate-Rent

Weekly Rentals Available, $160 perweek.'.
Panacea Motel, (850)984-5421. BF
Small 2BR/1B cottage, downtown'
Crawfordville with washer/dryer. No pets.;'
1 year lease, $675/mo., $350 dep. 926-"
3859. BF
3BR/1.5B block home with carport, w/d,
new carpet. $800/mo., $500 dep. No pets.
Call 926-3110 or 251-6000. P10o.
2BR/1B house near Crawfordville. $450/'
mo. with a $400 dep. Call 509-4388. NO-
DOGS. P10i
2BR/1B charming cottage 1 block from'
bay in Panacea. 1 year lease, no pets.
$600/mo. plus dep. 694-9032. PT3/3
Magnolia Ridge-3BR/2B home for rent.
For details call 926-4511 ,askfor Clara. e o
Efficiency apartment, $500/mo. including
utilities near WHS and WMS, $150 dep.,
references required. 926-5575 or 519-
7083. B0o

Real Estate-Sale


North Wakulla County Home
3 plus acres, large Oak trees, 2BR/2B,
840 sq. ft. MH with fenced backyard. Site
built 16x24 storage shed. Fantastic buy at
$59,900. Brenda Hicks Realty, 926-2080
or251-1253. BF
By Owner: 3BR/2B in Crawfordville on.
Fox Run Circle. 1,569 sq. ft. built 2000,'
rear screened porch with deck on 1/2
acre. Asking $134,900. Call 926-4292.P3,10
Wildwood Country Club, gated commu-
nity, 3/4 bedroom, 2,500 sq. ft., full brick,'
golf course lot, $300,000. Morris E. Tilley,
Licensed Real Estate Broker, 926-5180.
PT2/24
3BR/2B Cedar house on 3/4 acre. 2,600
I j u .-Jr r,:,,:,I 1 54 heatlcool.sq..f.L,.
Bay access, gated fly-in subdivision. Lots
of extras, $329,000. 984-5488. P3,1i'0
Sopchoppy, 3BR/2B DWMH, 1,750 sq. ft.,"
3.3 acres, $90,000. Revell Realty, Owner/
Broker, 962-3333. BIo.;
Wildwood Golf Course lot on Country Club,"
Dr., .75 of an acre, gated, underground-,
utilities. Nice trees on the 6th green,
$85,000. (850)926-5031. P10,17
House with Land for Sale or Rent: 4BR/3B
on 2.6 acres, downtown Crawfordville.
$1,200/mo. or $250,000. Revell Realty,
Owner/Broker, 962-3333. B1,0.
The Farm-New Construction: 4BR/3B on"'
corner lot, 2,182 sq. ft., tile and wood',
floors, tray ceiling, $225,000. Must See!
Call for appointment, 556-3665, Bryan
White, Builder. B10,17

Commercial


Nad's Enterprises.Mini-Warehouses 6x6
and up. Hwy. 61 across from cemetery.-
Anita Townsend. 926-3151 or 926-5419.
BF
Mini-Warehouse Spaces for lease, 8x10
and 10x12 now available. Come by or call
Wakulla Realty, 926-5084. BF
1,250 sq. ft. Retail Space available in
Lewiswood Center, Woodville, 421-5039.
BF
Commercial Office Space, starting at$290 ,
per month. All utilities included. For de-
tails, call Clara, 926-4511. BF


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Page 18-THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, Feb. 10, 2005


Storm Surc
Continued from Page 1
search before they put down their
money.
Kessler said he will bring the
matter up again at a later date.
The board also delayed action on
a "storm surge danger and con-
struction of new subdivisions"
resolution put forward by Kessler.
SBoard members did approve a
request from the Red Cross to


SFor the 39th year, the Wakulla
County Youth Fair Association is
planning the annual Wakulla
Swine Show and Sale Friday, Feb.
25 and Saturday, Feb. 26 at the
livestock pavilion in Crawford-
ville.
The number of show partici-
pants and hogs has increased this
year from 23 youths showing 30
hogs in 2003, to 26 exhibitors
showing 33 hogs in 2004, to 35
youths showing 44 hogs this year.
The event will begin on Friday,
Feb. 25 as youths turn in their
hogs for weighing from 8 a.m.
until 4 .p.m. The swine record
books are due at 5 p.m. and the
4-H FFA Swine Judging Contest
will be held at 6:30 p.m. at the
livestock pavilion. Youths repre-
senting several counties are ex-
pected to take part in the swine
judging contest.
The major portion of the event
will be held Saturday, Feb. 26 with
the youth swine show at 10 a.m.
A number of antique tractors,
owned by John Gosford, will be
on display throughout the day.
Pig scrambles will be held for
youths at 11:30 a.m.
The barbecue lunch will begin
at noon and continue until 1 p.m.
The price of the meal is $6 per
plate. The barbecue has been very
popular in recent years and tick-
ets for the lunch may be pur-
chased before the event. They
may also be purchased at the
swine show.
The awards presentation and
the announcement of the prear-
ranged sale results will begin at
1 p.m. The donation drawing win-
ners will be announced at that
time; the fist place wini-rer will
receive a whole hog that will be
cut and wrapped, sponsored by
McDonald's restaurant in Craw-
fordville. The second place win-
ner will receive a cured ham,
sponsored by Billy Gaby and Eric
Mills. The third place prize is 10
pounds of sausage, sponsored by
Chuck Harper and family.
STickets for the donation draw-
ing are $1 each. The tickets may
be purchased through Youth Fair
Association members and youths
and at a booth which will be set
up at the Rotary Valentine Cel-
ebration Saturday, Feb. 12 at
Hudson Park.
Citizens Bank will award a
$1,000 premium to the exhibitor
of the grand champion this year
while Publix will award a $750
premium to the reserve grand
champion exhibitor. Wakulla
Bank will award up to $700 to
weight class winners.
The event is open to the pub-
lic. For more information, call the
Wakulla County Extension Ser-
vice at 926-3931. Chuck Harper is
the president of the Wakulla
County Youth Fair Association.

Nets
Continued from Page 1
Commercial netters have com-
plained that the small mesh cap-
tures small fish juvenile mullet
that have not yet spawned and
are not of a legal size to sell. They
contend the small mesh nets vio-
late the purpose of the amend-
ment, which was to stop overfish-
ing and waste.
"The marine resources belong
to all the people," Kendrick said.
"And that two-inch mesh doesn't
get it not when you're talking
about preserving the resource."
The FWC has not provided any
information that supports the
two-inch rule, Kendrick said, add-
ing that he wants the legislature
to set certain standards or
threshholds for the FWC to meet
when the commission does pass
rules and regulations.
- "I want a true and fair and
-open debate on what the data is,"
he said.
Lawson said that after years of
court battles and disputes over
fishing gear, he hopes the bill will
"bring some clarity" and put an
end to the conflicts.

Freedom Of The Press
Is Your Freedom


".This is one of the longest run-
ning events in Wakulla County."
concluded Wakulla Extension
Director Dale Bennett.


I-


adopt Feb. 20 through Feb. 26 as
Hazardous Weather Awareness-
Week as well as approving a proc-'
lamation for Disaster Resistant
!Neighborhoods relating to haz-
ardous weather week.
.'In other matters in front of the
Wakulla County Commission
Monday, Feb. 7:
The board directed Wakulla


County Administrator Parrish
Barwick to pursue a potential
-1 r" ,1 -1 -1 *. r%


county offices on U.S. Highway
319.


purchase of mte oi rlonaa ue- The board approved a reso-
partment of Children and FaIm, -Iution to add improvements to
lies office in Crawfordville from the Rock Landing Dock area in
the Harbin family. Panacea to the Capital Improve-'
Barwick said the building next ments Element of the county
to the new Wakulla News build- Comprehensive Plan.
ing and the county offices con- The county is hoping to pur-
tains approximately 6,000 square chase one-third of an acre of wa-
feet and 25 individual offices. He terfront property to make im-
added that Property Appraiser. gpoveenents at the site. A Land
Ronnie Kilgore s his staff ad Water Conservation Fund
would be willing t relocate to
the new office and create more
space in the courthouse to ease.
space problems in the building.
"It is a very needed acquisi-
tion," said Barwick who added,
that the facility has parking iq_
back and would link to existing


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for the e\erni
i The purpi.u of i ,. orcari-alion 10 pro'. ide i..o c.holar:h.p per ,ejr 10 .
w al,.ulli Co iunr\ reidenL, one :to 3 gaidu.airin enri:.r and onr to a'n 'adult -..
rctuirn ing c i school, 1 Due 10 I:" r succi,' al he i.1. l'4 fundr ier '. e .Ill bek ,"
S ofliern, [-ui f 0 :chlarsup i M l.u.2005 1TTe [turd scholarhip ,
Ill be ai ..rded fr.:'m r i ihL r of the ica ite :.re dtp, dicri :n the
.- qualilicaioni or our rppliicans Pleas,; .atch f'or oui amrlce i on ...hre t1 I
picl. k up Sch. olarhip Applicanoni '. ,c 'ill be coll. c ring pplication unl : ', ..
A rud Ipnl
\e ire'. in e ll prck-'. iorijinal nJd tu-inri women to our m.rii'iu, mrr 's irc '.,
t hirdJ \orf.ci d F, i' i ninh .tr I.. ,ir i urili I 01 p m \'le i...: i pei cCr
and a c.i Lomun:'. iubhi i five-minute overview of a. lopal busni.-s or -, '
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-. Sponsors -
r'- iSpnor sare local bu ~sircses Thti purchase a table for 6: o. S j i le Anie
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Annie Faye Shepard, Trish Middleton, George Griffin Pottery, Harriet'
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Sassy Sue's, Lori Higdon, Capital City Bank, 'A.oc.iaitd Services &
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SJewpleis, Lively College, TAo Blondes Liquor & Gifts, Podalic Nail Care. -"
'Body Tek, Michelle' Snow's School of Music, Massage from the Heart. '
akullia Jewelers. Q. ik Lube. Sprint, and Nails by Crissy. ".
The WPBWA Mission Statement: To encourage integrity, '
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grant application is in the process
of being completed which will
seek $400,000 for the project.
Wakulla Grants and Special
Project Coordinator Pam Port-
wood has requested an appraisal
on the 100 foot by 150 foot-par-
cel. A public hearing will be held
on the project Feb. 22 and Port-
wood said she will reveal details
of the potential project at the
hearing.
The board agreed to rebid


the county road paving services
which were being provided by
Mitchell Brothers. The paving.
contract ran out on Dec. 31.
Mitchell Brothers will be allowed::
to continue the Northwood sub-.'
division paving project under an-
emergency declaration since the:
project is already underway. -
Commissioners agreed to:
make the new contract good for:
two years with a one year renewal
clause,


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