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Rezoning is issue,
See Letter Page 5
Eight Year Old In
County Demos To
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137TH YEAR NO.46, 50 CENTS Published Wednesdays & Fridays
FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 2005
Citizens Group Pursuing Central
Sewer System For Lloyd Area
COMMISSIONERS Junior Tuten, left, and,
Eugene Hall talk following a recent commis-
sion meeting. Tuten has been an active
member of the citizens group looking to
bring a sewer system to the 1-10 and SR-59
interchange. Hall plans to become involved
in the group. (News Photo)
:Senior Staff Writer
The County Commission last
week gave the nod to a citizens
group that is pursuing the possible
establishment of a central sewer sys-
tem and treatment plant in the Lloyd
Dick Bailar is spokesman. for the
Jefferson County Utility Develop-
ment Committee, a group that has
been meeting informally for the last
five-or-so months. Bailar told com-
missioners that formation of the
group was triggered by concerns
about the environment and eco-
He said the group worried about
proliferation of septic, tanks in
the area, which ultimately had the
potential to harm the, aquifer.
At the same time, he said, the
group wanted to encourage eco-
nomic development, which a central
sewer system and treatment plant
But the group, he said, had gone
about as far as it could go on its
own. He said the group required of-:
ficial recognition from the county if
it was to pursue state or federal
funding for any project.
Bailar introduced Bruce Balaster,
an Apalachee Regional Planning
Council (ARPC) representative who
has been working with the group to
help it identify possible projects and
Balaster spoke of "smart growth",
"enhanced capacities", "edge com-
munities" and other jargon that left
some listeners a little befuddled. But
essentially, his message was that the
county -- and in particular the Lloyd
area because of its proximity to Tal-
lahassee -- was poised for tremen-
Balaster said he was in the process
of preparing a report for submittal to
the Department of Community Af-
fairs (DCA) that would identify "a
consensus for growth needs."
He said one aspect of the study
was'to make changes to the capital
improvement element of the
county's Comprehensive Plan, as
well as to the Future Land Use Map.
Additionally, he said, the study
would identify possible policy
changes that might be required to
provide incentives and disincentives
to certain types of development.
"The aim of the project is to take
an overall snapshot of the county,"
Balaster said. "We want to take a lot
of input from different people and
figure out the best course of action
and not just jump into a simple solu-
tion for one interchange. It's a long-
term project. But it will put us in a
good position to seek grants in the
Bailar described the committee as
being made up of city and county
representatives, business interests
and area property owners with land
holdings that had a potential for de-
(See Sewer Page 8)
RacetracK Lawsuit Still
Pending, Lawyers Say
Senior Staff Writer
Contrary to reports of a supposed
-resolution of the lawsuit filed-by op-
ponents of Go-Kart Racetrack
against the county and the
developer, the lawsuit remains very
much in effect.
That's the word from Attorney
George Reeves, who represents the
plaintiffs: Ridgecrest Farm, David
Lewis, Ramona Lewis, Frances Car-
ney, Edward Carney, Hilda Carney,
Norman Kinsey, Judith Ross, Jerry
Wright and Howard Kinsey.
"I'm not aware of any
resolution," Reeves said Tuesday.
He said the appearance of a reso-
lution might come from the fact that
the plaintiffs had withdrawn their
challenge of the permit the Suwan-
-nee River Water Management Dis-
trict (SRWMD) is issuing the
developer relative to the wetlands.
Reeves said the decision to with-
draw the challenge was based on the
fact that once experts for the plain-
tiffs had researched the matter, they
found no good reason to challenge
"That part is over," Reeves said.
Insofar as the challenge to the in-
consistency of the Go-Kart racetrack
with relation to the county's Com-
prehensive Plan, that part was still
pending, Reeves said.
He confirmed that no date had
been set so far for a hearing of the
case. But it was not unusual for
these cases to take a long time, he
The plaintiffs filed their suit Sept.
15, 2004, shortly after the County
Commission approved the racetrack,
which is slated for a 98-acre tract
off Big Joe Road in the eastern part
of the county.
The suit named as defendants both
the County Commission and the
Tallahassee Karting Organization
LLC, the entity seeking to develop
The suit essentially argues that the
racetrack is inconsistent with the
county's Comprehensive Plan. It
asks the court to invalidate the spe-
cial exception that commissioners
granted to the developer and to stop
the county from issuing a develop-
The suit argues that granting the
special exception materially alters
the density or intensity of use on the
property to be developed.
The reason the special exception is
inconsistent with the Comprehen-
sive Plan, according to the suit, is
that it violates the restriction against
development in the 100-year flood
(See Racetrack Page 5)
ALAN SAUCIER, left, represented the devel- Official Bob Arredondo and Planning Attor-
oper for the Go-Kart Racetrack. Here he dis- ney Scott Shirley. (News Photo)
cusses a different project with Planning
Grants Office To Relinquish
Food Distribution Program
LARRY HALSEY, Extension Office director,
is now also interim director of the Grants
Office. Halsey is helping lead the move to
restructure the department. (News Photo)
Senior Staff Writer
The County Commission last
week divested the Grants Office of
the food distribution program, a first
step toward the intended restructur-
ing of the department.
The action came on the advice of
Extension Office Director Larry
Halsey, who has been appointed in-
terim director of the Grants Office
until the restructuring is completed.
Halsey has been researching vari-
ous options to streamline and make
the department more efficient. The
options under consideration at pre-
sent involve leaving the department
as is; contracting certain of its serv-
ices to outside agencies; or distribut-
ing the various programs the Grants
Office administers to other county
Halsey recommended that the
food distribution program be con-
tracted to Second Harvest, a non-
profit organization that serves 14
counties in the Panhandle and that
already has a presence in the county.
Second Harvest, in fact, distrib-
utes food in the county through a
multitude of private organizations
that include churches and charitable
Commissioners estimate that the
county will save about $11,500 an-
nually by allowing Second Harvest
to take over the program. The
$11,500 estimate is based on the
number of county employees and
employees hours that are presently
dedicated to the program each year.
Halsey said it would require more
time before he could make recom-
mendation on the Grants Office's
other programs, such as SHIP and
The move to restructure the
Grants Office was prompted by the
resignation of the last director, in
combination with alleged long-
standing concerns about the opera-
"I've always had a concern with
the way the office ran," Commission
Chairman Skeet Joyner said an ear-
It was a sentiment Commissioner
Junior Tuten echoed.
"We have worked on the Grants
Office at least two times while I've
been on this board, and it's been to
no avail," Tuten said.
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J ES Lists Students
Many students received awards
during the annual awards ceremony
at Jefferson Elementary School.
Receiving awards for reading
achievement for highest GPA in
K-5 were Christopher Jones, Destin
Riley, Traynor Barker, Eli Kosciw,
Ja'Maya Madry, Emmerald
Graham, Sedrieka Robertson,
LaKayla Jones, Todd Lagrero, Xe-
neshia Robinson, Jalen Jones and
In first grade: Trevaya Hester,.
Herbresha James, Elicia Brewster,
Diamond Robinson, Tyshun Thur-
man, Latejavier Hill, Hattie Weath-
erspoon, and Ollicia Anderson.
Second grade: Tyaunie Richard-
son, Aa'Shonnie- Alexander, Logan
Vann, Austin Mann, Agueda Marti-
nez, Trey Jones, Gage Sparks, and
Third grade: Christopher Haugen,
Jasmine Allen, Yasmire Whigham,
Allaura Pierce, Phidell Lewis, and
Fourth grade: Hannah Eby, Sarah
Boland, Lenorris Footman, Keajon
Virgil, Cody Bell, Joseph Circone,
Brittney Hopson, and Janeise
Fifth grade: Emily Howell,
Ya'Tyra Howard, Alexua Cham-
bers, Darrius Jones, Shelton Allen,
Laken Bradford, and ESE students
Ladrica Houston, Brianna Tisdale,
Latruice Gallon, Ricky Pleas, Mar-
quis Jones, and Kenyatta Mills.
Awarded mathematics certificates
for highest GPA were:
K-5: Christopher Jones, Destin
Riley, Ashanti Wilson, Tyrique
Faust, Omari Sloan, Jaeda McCall,
Brandon Steen, Briana Webb, Ni-
* kalas Culrey, Traemlody Robinson,
Jalen Jones, and Malika Thompson.
First grade: Justin Green, Tre-
vayae Hester, William Malone,
El i a Brewster, Nyriel Geathers,
..Calin Parrish, Hattie Weather-
spoon, and Zack Bell.
Second grade: Kayla Jones, Jose
Nogal, John Bums, Austin Mann,
Agueda Martinez, Austin Allen,
Tameka Gillyard, and Robert
Third grade: Christopher Haugen,
Jasmine Allen, Yasmire Whigham,
Coby Brown, Nortory Mack, and
Fourth grade: Sara Boland,
Kwintarius Blue, Jana Barber, Ash-
ley Huggins, Cody Bell, Joseph
Circone, Janeise Banks, and Deon-
Fifth grade: Ya'Tyra Howard, Si-
mone Williams, Brandon Hill, Al-
exus Chambers, Trevon Youman,
and Laken Bradford.
ESE: James Allen McElveen,
Roosevelt Jones, Amy Myers, Ke-
shontae Akins, Ladrica Houston,
and Roshaun Parker.
" Awarded writing awards in K-5
were Tanner Steinmetz, Cecilia
Castillo, Eli Kosciw, Jamorris Mos-
ley, Jaeda McCall, Briana Webb,,
Darius Jones, Alex Trico, Keilan
Greene, Jacorrie Thompson, and
First grade: Markashia Ball, Tane-
sha Scott, Diamond Robinson,
Elicia Brewster, Nynel Geathers,
Tyshun Thurman, Savannah
Welch, and Deisy Zungia.
Second grade: Brianna Graham,
Ashley Bennett, Estela Valdoyinos,
Agueda Martinez, Carson Gibbs,
Nick Roberts, and Delvontrez Bel-
Third .grade: Joslyn Dix, Jasmine
Allen, Yasmire Whigham, Ladaja
Wade, Roxie Bellamy, and Phidell
" Fourth grade: Tykerria Jones,
DeVonshayNorton, Courtney Nor-
ton, Jana Barber, Desiree Brown,
Brittney Tisdale, Brooke Bumba-
lough, and Markeora Huggins.
Fifth grade: Ja'amela Hall, Al-
exus Chambers, Dakota Allen, and
ESE: Roosevelt Jones, Keshira
Alexander, and Kevin Wade.
Receiving citizenship awards in
K-5 were Malik Jones, Patrick
Rebb, Eli Kosciw, Austin Harrell,
Ja'Mya Madry, Kheica Jones, Jes-
sica Huckaby, Otis Scott, Antreeze
Thompson, Cheyene Hubert, Chris-
topher Savage, and Janunika Ball.
First grade: Tanesha Scott, Her-
bresha James.' Z abkia W ilson..As-
sante McDo,..ell ~'-.rmnvn lack,
Keyana -Hamilton, Alexa Falzone,
and Michael Martinez.
Second grade: Charlene Austin,
Stefan Roberts, Katherin Vinson,
Tania Cazares, Tyrone Wallace,
Allison Miller, Bailey Zelker, and
Third grade: Eric Adams, Este-
fania Barron, Ashley Brooks, Wal-
ter Mosley, Shakayla Rooks, and
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Fourth grade: Brenda Guerrero,
Angela Ramos, Ashlety Huggins,
Michelle Watson, Cody Bell,
Stephanie Alday, and Brittney
Fifth grade: Witness Davis, Fran-
scista Steen, Terez Washington,
Steven Mann, Haylee Bell, Cry
Sweat, and Trevon Youman.
ESE: Ricky Pleas, James Allen
McElveen, Walter Mosley, Nicole
White, Roddreis Hightower and
In K-5, awards for Most Im-
proved in Math went To Duanne
Holmes, Mia Smith, Kheica Jones,
Kevin "Cole" McClellan, Clevan
Greene, and Christopher Savage.
First grade: Kenny' Andrews,
Denisha Johnson, Deshaun Mutch,
and Dontee Ford.
Second grade: Gregory Meeks,
Roberto Campos, Jerderyus Moore,
and Alexia Dean.
Third grade: Colby Scarborough,
Gerardo- Cazares, and Lasheba
Fourth grade: Devonshay Norton,
Kassalando Brooks, Harriet Camp-
bell and Cydney Hastings.
Fifth grade: Dyrel Gilley, Jeremy
Lofton, and Cory Sweat.
ESE: Khorel Gallon, Kass
Brooks, and Ashamel Feaches.
K-5 students receiving awards for
most improved in reading included
Darren White, Jordan Smith, Ka-
lexia Carroll, Andrew Pflieger,
Derrick Murphy, and Ricardo Mot-
First grade: Shaderica Virgil,
Bryce West, Nikia Steen and Jab-.
Second grade: Davin James, Wil-
lie Harris, Raheem Trumpet, and
Third grade: Darla Pease, Key-
lantra Johnson, and Shakayla
Fourth grade: Heny Patel, Bri-
anna Miller, Stephanie Alday, and
Stephen Diehl.; .,
:, Fifth grade:1 Demetrice Young,
Candace Sweat and Anna Lee
ESE: Terry Parrish, Anthony
Greene and Rashaun Parker.
K-5 students receiving awards for
most improved hand writing in-
cluded Tyriy Hill, Aubrey Vaughn,
Darren Ellis, Tykeria Howard,
Eduardo Romero and Charlie
In first grade, receiving awards
for most improved in creative writ-
ing were Jakashia Ball, Spencer
Lacy, Lanie Pignotti and Lauren
Second grade: Christopher Hall,
Shukel Mutch and Quantez Speed.
Third grade: Jasmine Addison,
Kevon Alexander, and Sarah
Fourth grade: Angela Ramos,
Samiria Martin, Rachel Sims and
Fifth grade: Kyyah Massey; and
in ESE: Charmaine Crumitie and
Receiving an accelerated reader
award in K-5 was Emmerald Gra-
ham; in first grade, accelerated
reader awards went to Trevayae
Hester, Elicia Brewster, Tyshun
Thurman and Ollicia Anderson.
Second grade: Aashonnie Alex-
ander, Jhaquorsha Lewis, Raheem
Trumpet and Janeshia Aikens.
.Third grade had none. Fourth
grade included Hannah Eby, Jakeia
.Morris, Cody Bell and Brooke
Fifth grade: Taeneka Jones; and
in ESE: Ricky Pleas and Nicole
Awards for perfect attendance in
K-5 went to Cassie Sneed and Der-
icka Walker. In first grade, the
awards went to Antonio Parker,
Norman Mack, Elicia Brewster,
Shoniycia Graham, Zahkia Wilson
and Ollicia Anderson.
Second grade: John Brooks,
Quabrys Crumitie, Danela Potter,
Keondrae Parker, Dylon
Rodriguez, Alvin Wright and
Third grade: Roxie Bellamy.
Fourth grade: Desiree Brown, and
Fifth grade: Shanice Young, and
Receiving awards for honor roll,
(all A's and B's throughout the year
in all classes) in first grade were
Tyshun Thurman, Elicia Brewster,
Diamond Robinson, Hattie Weath-
erspoon, Ollicia Anderson, Savan-
Second grade: Unikia Davis, Dar-
nel Potter, Stefan Roberts Austin
Mann, Katherin Vinson, Carson
Gibbs, Trey Jones, Aqueda Marti-
nez, Robert Counts, Tameka Gil-
lyard and gage Sparks.
Third grade: Joslyn Dix, Jasmine
Allen, Yasmire Whigham, Phidell
Lewis, Lascelles Dykes, Autum
Lamb, and Nortory Mack.
Fourth grade: Hannah Akers,
Kwinarius Blue, Sarah Boland,
Hannah Eby, Cody Bell, and Jo-
Fifth grade: Emily Howell, Si-
mone Williams, Ya'Tyra Howard,
and Trevon Youman.
One student in each class K-5
through fifth grade was awarded a
music award. Students receiving
the music award were Janee' Jones,
William Malone, Delvontrez Bel-
lamy, Yasmire Whigham, Brittney
Hopson and. Haylee Bell.
Receiving awards for accelerated
reader in K-5 through fifth grade
and ESE were Emmerald Graham,
Tyshun Thurman, Aa'Shonnie Al-
exander, Delysia Davis, Cody Bell,
Taeneka Jones, Ricky Pleas and
Overall school winners were
Cody Bell, first place; Tyshun
Thurman, second place; and Dely-
sia Davis, third place.
Students who participated in the
JES school TV news show were
also recognized. These included
fifth graders Cody Allen, Ya'Tyra
Howard, Emily Howell, Denzel
Whitfield, Simone Williams and
Shanice Young; and fourth graders
Cody Bell, Sarah Boland and third
grader Delysia Davis.
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vital part of a family
) Canned food. St
;three-days supply of no
food, Ellerbe says.
Flashlight and spa
,As simple as a flashlig
"become a vital tool dur
ter a disaster.
A family disaster
Families will cope best
of the most avid users of NLS serv-
ices. Requests. from veterans for
specific materials receive first prior-
ity over others.
Tom Miller, Executive Director of
the Blinded Veterans Association
(BVA) and a veteran totally blinded
by a land mine in Vietnam in 1967,
is a longtime supporter of the Talk-
ing Books program and invites more
veterans to enroll. Said Miller, "It is
a benefit far too many of us don't
take advantage of."
Applications may be requested
from the closest regional or sub re-
A searchable list of locations is
available at the Web site
www.loc.gov/nls. The application
requires the signature of an official
source such as a doctor, case worker
or an NLS regional librarian in order
to join the program.
Many veterans groups and pro-
grams may assist with this process.
Once an application is completed,
the playback equipment for the
Talking Books program will be sent
within three working days.
An initial shipment of books and
catalogs is usually sent within the
following two working days.
An NLS reader advocate may also
follow up to better personalize the
selection of materials.
Materials are shipped and returned
via the U.S. Postal Service at no cost
pare before hand. Once a disaster
strikes, there is no time to shop and
search for supplies.
First aid kit. The first five min-
ent Director utes of a medical emergency
Is residents are considered critical. Every indi-
s left of the vidual and family should have a
3 Sales Tax first aid kit in the home, the vehicle
ne 1-12. and the boat.
its can save Sleeping bag. If you have to
the exemp- evacuate your home, a sleeping bag
themselves will provide extra comfort when
eason. The you arrive at an American Red
viduals and Cross shelter.
to purchase Duct tape. One of the many
edness sup- items that should be in a family dis-
es tax. aster supplies kit.
ps from the Hurricane shutters on every
o help pre- window of the home. Hurricane
n. window shutters help mitigate the
ses include: damage due to the storm's severe
Having an winds.
water is a Items included in the tax exemp-
y, she says. tion are;
dio. As the Portable, self-powered light
weather serv- sources, selling for $20 or less.
ovides con- Portable self-powered radios,
the latest two-way radios or weather band ra-
ectly from a dio selling for $50 or less.
ces forecast Any tarpaulin or other flexible
weather rou- waterproof sheeting selling for $50
;rrupted and or less.
ruing mes- Self-contained first aid kits sell-
ing for $30 or less.
consideredd a Ground anchor systems or tie-
's disasters down kits selling for $50 or less.
Gas or diesel fuel tanks selling
ore at least for $25 or less.
inperishable Packages of AA-cell, C-cell D-
cell, 6 volt or 9 volt batteries, ex-
re batteries. cluding automobile and boat
ht is, it can batteries, selling for $30 or less.
ring and af- Portable generators used to pro-
vide light or communications or to
supplies kit. preserve food in the event of a
if they pre- power outage.
From Our Photo File
COMMISSIONERS hear a proposal for the
then proposed sewer extension project to
the 1-10 interchange in the spring of 1994.
From left, Commissioners John Ward, Gene
Cooksey, Fred Williams and Benny Bishop,
standing. (News Photo)
Opinion & Comment
i- -* ,
Short Takes & Other Notions
BY MERRY ANN FRISBY
encourages shoppers to sit and talk.
Disneyland is trying to achieve the
walking downtown that we have al-
Do you remember the 1950's hor- ways had. Monticello is truly a com-
ror movies? There was usually some munity.
creature bigger than a building that
stomped around terrifying the Catering and antiques seem to be a
locals, growing economic segment in Mon-
The big apparatus that rested be- ticello. Margaret Levings and the
hind the Opera House had that ap- Kelly's new shop is bustling, and I
,hear that Carrie Ann Tellefsen and
pearance. I half expected it to rise that a Ann Teefsen and
up and start growling. I think it was *Denise Vogelgesang are about to ex-
part of the equipment used by the pand Carrie Ann and Co. Catering.
roofing crew. None of the expanding businesses
I really like the cafe' look of the could grow without infrastructure.
outdoor tables at the Coffee Break Our local legislative delegation
and.merchandise spilled out into the scored a touchdown. this session, in
sidewalk at the Great Outdoors that department. Hats off also to the
Shop. It looks so European. It also legislative delegation. We are the
beneficiaries of some funding this
I read the fine print in Governor
Bush's budget. Before any monies
are handed out for roads, schools
and the like, he was demanding that
the, community have a vision plan.
Our visioning committee worked
for two years, and the resulting re-
port is already in the bag. We are
ahead of the curve on this one! The
-report suggests how the community
wishes to grow. City Clerk Emily
Anderson has a copy you can read.
I wish we could legislate or vision
away our tiny bloodsucking summer
visitors. Recently I read that we
were due to have a mosquito--
This strikes me as a grossly opti-
mistic phrase. Flowers bloom, mos-
quitoes explode into the yard. We
had friends, on our porch recently.
When we ventured out into the front
yard, the "bloom" looked like Al-
fred Hitchcock "The Birds".
I have never seen so many thirsty
menacing mosquitoes in one place!
Kim Barnhill and the mosquito
crew have their hands full this year.
We purchased a devise that emits
a smell like cows breath. Lured in
by the bovine odor, mosquitoes are
sucked into the devise where they
wither and die. At least that is the
press. I'll let you know if it really
Be Wary Of Interest OnlyLOANS
A financial option allowing home-
owners to pay only the interest part
of their mortgage term is quickly be-
ing embraced by many home buyers
As interest rates are predicted to
rise and home values increase in
many parts of the country, loans of-
fering the Interest-Only payments
feature provide customers with a
lower monthly payment, potentially
making a home more affordable.
But, home buyers need to under-
stand the benefits and the down-
side of this type of payment fea-
ture. For example, while the
monthly payment may be lower, eq-
uity cannot grow if principal pay-
ments are not made.
Although loans like these were
available decades ago, they have re-
surfaced and garnered more appeal
in recent years, especially in high-
cost housing markets such as Cali-
fornia, Florida and New York.
If you consider purchasing a home
or refinancing your existing prop-
erty, ask yourself some key ques-
tions to determine if Interest-Only is
right for you.
Do you make monthly payments
into investments such as a retire-
ment fund that could potentially of-
fer a high return?
,* Do you receive seasonal income
or bonuses you plan to use during
the year to make principal payments
on your mortgage loan?
Are you confident your personal
income will continue to grow?
Are you confident that the value
of your home will continue to appre-
ciate over the next several years?
Are you planning to purchase a
home in a market that has witnessed
a consistent increase in home
Are you intending to move
within 10 years and expect to see
continued home value appreciation
not compensate for the lack of prin-
cipal pay down?
"IF you can answer 'yes' to sev-
eral of these questions, the Interest-
Only payment feature may be some-
thing to consider," says Joe Rogers,
executive vice president for Wells
Fargo Home Mortgage.
"But home buyers need to make
sure they give careful thought to
their individual situation, identify
their current and future financial
picture and fully understand all the
home-financing options available."
The Interest-Only payment feature'
lets customers pay the interest on
their home loan for an initial period
of time, such as seven or ten years.
Because customers are qualified
based on only the interest payment
that must be paid each month, they
could potentially qualify for a larger
Customers can make equity or
principal payments on the loan at
any time and their payment is recal-
culated to reflect the increased eq-
uity in the home.
"The best candidate for the
Interest-Only payment feature is
really the consumer who has the fi-
nancial capability to afford a full
principal and interest payment but
opts for the Interest-Only feature for
sound reasons which fit into their
overall long term financial plan,"
After the initial fixed-rate,
Interest-Only period ends, the loan
is reevaluated and a new monthly
payment is calculated.
The new payment is based on the
amount of equity in the home, the
remaining term of the loan and the
new interest rate. Principal and in-
terest payments are made through
the end of the loan term.
"While the Interest-Only payment
feature may be a good option for
some homeowners, it is not for eve-
ryone," adds Rogers. "The Interest-
Only feature is not for a home buyer
who can barely afford the house
they are buying, a buyer in a market
where home values are declining or
a buyer who tends to be a free
spender by nature."
Dog Encounters No Fun
Pete Foster has no trouble remem-
bering the dog's name: Storm. "He
was a kind of German hunting dog,"
the Pensacola letter carrier recalled.
"Seventy pounds of teeth and mus-
Foster said he was aware of the
gray Weimaraner -- and wary of him
even though "he was always in the
house." Once, in a fit of rage, Storm
had crashed through a pane of glass,
"trying to get the FedEx guy."
Storm didn't get his man that day.
All he got were lacerations and
Then, one day, Foster approached
the mailbox to make a delivery and,
"around the comer, out of nowhere"
came a fury of fur. "Like the eye of
a storm," Foster said.
Foster raised his right arm to block
the attack, then felt the dog sink its
teeth into the muscles of his hand.
The next day, in spite of medical
treatment, the wounds became swol-
len, tender and painful. "I couldn't
drive for a week and was on light
duty for another week," Foster said.
"I'm a strong person, but this has
made me even more cautious."
Foster, in his seventh year of car-
rying mail, keeps his eyes sharp and
his dog spray handy.
Former Tallahassee rural carrier
(and now Postmaster in Woodville)
Alan Ballas, also keeps his dog
spray handy. "When I go out to
check a box or see a customer, I still
watch for dogs and have the spray
ready," he said.
Ballas' caution comes from two
dog bites, one which required him to
undergo a series of rabies shots. "I
was happy when I learned they
don't stick you in the stomach any-
more." Still, the shots made Ballas
nauseated and "getting poked is no
His second close encounter with a
dog came when he was delivering to
an elderly woman who, supported
by a walker, came out to meet him
everyday. "Once she didn't come
out so I went to the door. Suddenly I
felt jaws sinking into the back of my
left leg." Ballas went down and the
Pit Bull took off. "I'm glad he didn't
stick around for more."
Ballas recommends, "always be
aware of what's around you and al-
ways, always, always keep your dog
Ann Borgwardt agrees, then adds
that no one really knows what the
experience is like until "you've seen
a dog rip away part of your flesh,
chew and swallow it."
A city carrier in Daytona Beach
for 11 years, Borgwardt has been
bitten so many times that other car-
riers call her hambonee."
A Rottweiler, a pack of seven Ger-
man Shepherds, a Chihuahua and a
Pit Bull are the breeds that, over the
years, have taken a bite out of her.
"I have 306 dogs on my route,"
Borgwardt says, "about 200 love
me, but the other 100 hate my guts."
About two years ago, oh a hot
August day, one of the 100 got
loose. A 120-pound Pit Bull broke
his chain, charged across the yard
(See Dog Encounters Page 5)
Citizen Says Rezoning
Will Begin Major Trend
This is in reference to your news
article "Officials Recorded Words
Come Back to Haunt Them" dated
Friday, May 27, 2005.
This amendment request for re-
zoning came before the Planning
Commission in October of 2004.
The Planning Commission asked
specific questions regarding the
public notice. The Planning Depart-
ment Official and Planning Attorney
made several statements that the
public was properly informed. At
this meeting, the Commission was
told that signs were already placed
on the site, surrounding property
owners had been notified by mail,
and it was properly noticed in the
These statements proved untrue.
The signs did not go up until after
the Board of County Commission
meeting held on May 19th of 2005.
Property owners were not notified
by certified mail until after that
meeting. A notice with a map of the
area, parcel numbers, and the
amendment information didn't ap-
pear in the paper until May 27th.
This rezoning will take in approxi-
mately 73 acres of Ag-5 (1 unit per
5 acres) land and rezone it to R-1I
land (1 unit per 1 acre), which is not
limited to only houses. So the possi-
bility goes from 14 homes to 73
homes on the same parcels with
wells and septic tanks.
This amendment for rezoning is
scheduled to go before the Board of
County Commissioners on June
16th for their approval. The meeting
*B f t ... b k. . .!..
VETERANS AFFAIRS Officer Michael Bishop, left, and
American Legion Post 49 Commander Ron Slik, place a
flag on the grave of Ernest "Boots" Thomas on Memorial
Day. (News Photo)
Dog Encounters No Fun
(Continued From Page 4)
and confronted Borgwardt while she
was delivering the neighbor's mail.
"I had seen the owner beat this dog
with a two-by-four," she explained.
"That dog was full of rage."
At first Borgwardt held the Pit
Bull at bay with her satchel. Then,
when she sought safety on top of a
car, the dog found an opening.
It is; a fact that the jaws of a Pit
Bull can exert 1,800 pounds of
force. This is a fact that Borgwardt
knows first hand. She knows it espe-
cially in her right hand. "When they
get you," she says, "they don't let
Notes in her emergency room re-
cord give a hint of how bad it was.
"One doctor wrote that I would
probably never have the full use of
my hand," she said. "That was dev-
astating, but it made me determined
to get better." Daily exercise has
brought the strength and flexibility
back. "It still gets a little better
"People need to understand that
dogs can do terrible damage," Borg-
wardt said. "This is something that
every carrier needs to take
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Permitted uses in the 100-year
flood plain, per the suit, are limited
to agriculture, silviculture and resi-
dential and farm structures, not race
The document further alleges that
county officials failed to adequately
notify nearby property owners of the
public hearings, as required by the
Development Code, and that the ap-
plication also was rinot notarized" as
Your Hometown Newspaper
Keeping You Informed
will be held at the courthouse at
6:00 p.m. Citizens need to contact
their Commissioners or plan to at-
tend this important meeting to voice
There are many other issues re-
garding the rezoning of agricultural
land to denser residential zoning. If
the amendment is approved, it is just
the start of a major trend. More and
more land will be rezoned without
regard to the future.
Developers will buy land, rezone it
to fit their needs, make their money,
and leave the problems for us to re-
This is paving the way for ram-
pant development to spread as it has
in the south and central Florida. We
all know the horror stories facing
the residents in those areas. If we al-
low this to continue, our County's
quality of life will disappear.
There are properties in the County
that have already been sold or are in
the process of being sold with these
intentions in mind. Developers and
large companies are waiting in the
shadows ready to pounce.
We are not against development.
We know that growth is needed for
the economics of the County. But,
growth and development have to be
planned for and managed. It needs
to be in the proper zoning and areas
allowing for it.
We feel it is important that the
public be properly noticed and in-
;formed on all issues. Steps need to
be taken to ensure that our local
government is not misled in their
knowledge and the public is not de-
ceived again. Every decision made
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The Jefferson County Recycling Program accepts
the following items for recycling:
All plastic bottles soda bottles (any size), milk jugs, water bottles,
laundry detergent bottles, etc.
All type cans Tin cans food cans, dog food cans, cat food cans,
Aluminum cans soda cans, beer cans, etc.
c /,lI cardboard products grocery bags, cereal boxes, food boxes, S
/ laundry detergent boxes, shipping boxes, etc.
"o All glass b9ttlis. jars, etc. (clear, brown & green) ,
e Residents can bring these items directly to the Recycling Center located at
S1591 Waukeenah Street or they may drop them off at any one of the .
collection sites in the County.
Remember, every time you recycle you are extending the life of our Landfii
and saving your County dollars in Tipping fees. How could you go wrong?
Additional items accepted at the collection sites:
6 Household garbage
%0 *Waste Tires (not accepted at the Recycle Center)
C *White Qoods (which consist of) Refrigerators, freezers, washing
machines, dryers, air conditioner units, etc. (not accepted at the e
*Construction Debris (which consist of) Lumber, shingles, sinks,
C .toilets, doors, window panes, carpet, furniture, tree & shrub
clippings, etc. (not accepted at the Recycle Center)
IC Used Oil & Oil Filters
** Hpusehold Hazardous Waste pesticides, swimming pool
chemicals, paint, paint thinner, etc. (Please have all containers
clearly marked to identify contents)
**The Recycle Center Household Hazardous Waste Office will C
C accept medical & pharmaceutical waste. These items must be turned C
into an employee of the facility and not just dropped off.
Please take notice to all of the signage posted in the
C collection site for the proper disposal of above items. 0
The City of Monticello offers Curbside pick-up for city residents
for recyclable items on each Wednesday morning. For further
: information on other items for disposal in the City, please call C
Don Anderson at 342-0154. F
Please visit the Jefferson County web page
http://www.co.iefferson.fl.us/SolidWaste.html for thelocations & hours of
C operation for each individual site. For further information please call the .
Solid Waste Department at 342-0184.
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Webster To Be Speaker
At Church Birthday Rally
St. Rilla Missionary Baptist
Church will sponsor its First Six
Month's 'Birthday Rally' 11 a.m.
Father/Doctor Anthony Webster, a
county native now living in Spring-
field, VA, will be the guest speaker.
St. Rilla's Male Chorus will pro-
vide the music, along with a guest
Webster was bornm and raised in
Monticello. He was the second of
five children born to the late Johnny
Webster and Abbie Rosa Lee
Webster gave his life to the Lord
and was baptized in August 1958.
His spiritual roots started in the
African Methodist Episcopal
Church, where he worked as a jun-
ior steward and an active member of
Elder Webster has served as a
Sunday School superintendent and
teacher and member of the trustee
and steward boards.
He has been president of the lay
organization for Prince Chapel and
Bethel AME Davenport.
Webster held an active member-
ship in the AME Church from 1958-
2000. This included Philadelphia
AME, Monticello; Prince Chapel
AME, Tucson, AZ; Bethel AME,
Davenport, IA; and Metropolitan
AME, Washington DC.
While living in the fifth District of
the AME Church, Webster was one
of the key coordinators helping to
develop and implement an economic
development plan that later became
an official standards for the church.
Webster holds a BS Degree in ag-
ricultural economics, an MS Degree
in agricultural economics, and a
Ph.D. in economics. He is currently
matriculating at Wesley Theological
Seminary, pursuing a Masters of DiL
He is a Vietnam veteran and 22-
year civil servant, a business owner
and a consultant.
He is married to the former Joyce
Ann Thompson. They have a son,
Anthony N'namdi, and a daughter,
Toni. They also have two grand-
daughters: La'Kendra and Shaunta-
Members of the Magnolia Garden
Circle celebrated their last meeting
of the Circle year at the home of
Angie Taylor with a delightful lunch
served on her back porch.
Hostesses for this final gathering
were Dianne Braren and Kay
During lunch, members discussed
continuing to meet and hold pro-
grams at noon on the third Monday
of each month, beginning in Sep-
They also discussed the possibility
of hosting a Mini Flower Show in
March at a local location, and threw
around a few other ideas for inter-
Dues were also collected from
those wishing to stay involved with
the Monticello Garden Club.
Members agreed that there was
room in the Circle for new
members, and they will all work to
bring; in new members.
This past year, the Magnolia Cir-
cle has been busy with a variety of
programs, including a slide show of
flowers in Nicaragua; the flood
plains, with the program held at the
Extension Office; landscaping;
decorating for Christmas using na-
tive plant material; butterfly
gardens; gardening crafts; a plant
exchange and spring gardening tips;
and caring for house plants.
A few of the members attended a
landscaping class offered at Green
Industries. Members also worked on
the Hospice Garden on the comer of
Mulberry and Dogwood streets,
adding a gazing ball, a bird bath, a
cherub statue and a resting bench.
Members are looking forward to
the summer reprieve to work on the
flowers, plants, and greenery in their
Bank To Hold Elvis' Contest
Farmers and Merchants Bank
(FMB) will host an "Elvis Sighting
Scavenger Hunt" beginning today
and continuing through next
FMB spokesperson Betsy Gray
said Elvis can be spotted anytime
Participants are to compile a list
of places where they have seen El-
vis, as well as the time and day of
the sighting. The person with the
most sightings will win a prize,
which will be given during the sock
hop in the old Jefferson County
High School gym, June 17 at 7:30
Gray said that Elvis may be seen
on a street comer, in the Rare Door
having breakfast, or even at the
"You just don't know where you'll
see him, so keep your eyes open,"
The lists must be in the FMB
lobby by noon, June 17. Participa-
tion in both the scavenger hunt and
the sock hop is free.
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The Jefferson Nursing Center be-
gan its June events with a pizza
party for the residents last Friday.
From June 9 through June 16,
meanwhile, the staff and residents
will be celebrating CNA Week with
different daily activities.
Father's Day will be celebrated
with a fish fry on Friday, June 17.
Cheese grits, cole slaw, baked
beans, and sweet potato pie will be
served with the fish and sweet lem-
onade will be offered to wash it all
STAFF at Jefferson Nursing Center pose for the camera. In
no particular order are Mae Kyler, Cynthia Blauth, Voncell
Edwards, David Johns, Paul Kovary, Valarie Harris, Peggy
Powers and Wendy Futch. (News Photo)
Church News Notes
The celebration begins 7 p.m. each
day at Welaunee MBC. On Sunday,
June 19, the service will be 11 a.m.
at the Holy Ghost Revival Center.
Philadelphia MB Church will hold
its annual Dual Day Program 11
a.m. at the church on 555 Fulford
Guest speaker will be Rev. Ru-
dolph Neely. Refreshments will be
served. Rev. Joseph Francis is pas-
Plans Busy June
On Saturday, June 18, residents
will enjoy a trip into town to watch
the Watermelon Festival Parade.
Grand Marshal Steve Andris will
begin the parade at 10 a.m.
This is expected to be another
great parade with the usual array of
law enforcement vehicles, fire
trucks, and emergency vehicles
to blast away with their sirens the
start of the parade.
Residents celebrating June birth-
days will be honored with a party
on Friday, June 24. Those celebrat-
ing birthdays are Mae Bright, Mary
Anderson, Billy Dupriest, Louise
Lackey, Robert Barns, Donna Hol-
mes, and Ninver Barrett.
.Our Hometown Staff would
like to thank our customers in
Monticello and the surrounding
areas for another great year!
We appreciate your business!
Join us after the parade at our
Monticello store for a drawing
to win a BRAND NEW
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Bethel A.M.E Church, along with
Memorial M.B. Church and Greater
Fellowship M.B. Church will hold a
community revival beginning 7 p.m.
Sunday and running through Friday.
The revival will be held at 410 E.
The Bethel A.M.E. Church/Com-
munity Choir will provide the
Memorial Missionary Baptist
Church will celebrate "Real Fathers,
Real Men" with a dinner immedi-
ately following the 11 a.m. Sunday,
June 19, service.
The speaker for this special serv-
ice will be Rev. Norris Barr.
Sister Glyndell Presley and Diane
Williams are program coordinators;
Rev. James Bobby Duval is pastor.
Mt. Olive M.B. Church will cele-
brate its pastor appreciation program
3 p.m. Sunday. The pastor is Rev.
Eddie Lynn Sr.
Rev. Wilson Hall will be the pro-
gram speaker and his church, Pine-
grove M.B. Church will be in
Dinner will be served following
The Holy Ghost Revival Center
will hold a 7th Appreciation for
Minister Milton Stubbins, pastor,
and first Lady Minister Sandra Stub-
bins beginning Monday and running
Deadline Is Friday
For Baby Contest
The sponsor of the Baby Contest
reminds potential contestants that
the deadline for submission of pho-
tos is at the close of business Friday.
Patricia Sorensen said that as of
Wednesday, she had received 20 ap-
plications. But traditionally, she gets
swamped with applications on the
last day, she said.
She said the place to submit the
applications was Jackson's Drug
Store or Monticello Florist.
Winners will be announced and
trophies and ribbons awarded at the
50s sock hop, scheduled for 7:30
p.m. Friday in the Jefferson County
High School gym.
The sock hop is taking the place
of the traditional street dance, which
could not be held this year because
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8-Year-Old Girl Shines
in Karate Competitions
Charlene Austin, an eight-year-old
student at the Jefferson Elementary
School (JES), has been a member of
the Boys and Girls Club for six
Austin became involved in karate
through the programs offered at the
JES Boys and Girls Club.
She recently took first place in the
Porter's First Coast Open Karate
Championship in Jacksonville for
sparing. Austin beat out four boys in
her group to win the competition.
Homes Of Mourning
Palmer-Enrico "Harry" Uguccioni
was born in Three Rivers, MA, on
;,: February 1, 1922. He was 83 years
old and died June 2, 2005.
He owned Harry's Motor Service
I in Palmer, MA, for 35 years, retiring
. in 1981. He served as a pilot and
flight engineer on B-29's in WWII.
Harry was a chairman of the school
building committee of Pathfinder
Regional Vocational High School in
Three Rivers, MA. He was also an
avid golfer and had 8 holes in one.
Harry is survived by his wife of 60
years, Evelyn (Modrunic), and four
children; Janice Uguccioni of
SWaltham, MA., David Uguccioni of
Three Rivers, Robert and his wife
Shelley of Colrain, MA., and James
and his partner Helen Gibson of
Montague, MA,.three grandchildren,
Dominick and Gina Uguccioni of
Colrain, and Matthew Machesney of
Houston, TX, and Iraq. He also
leaves sister-in-law Barbara Grazi-
ano and her husband Bruno of Mar-
shall, VA, and several nieces and
A memorial service will be held
Saturday at 11:00 a.m. at the Beers
& Story Palmer Funeral Home.
Visitation will .precede the service
from 10:00 11:00 a.m., In lieu of
flowers, donations may be made in
his memory of Pathfinder Regional
Vocational High School, Pilinci
Healthcare Family-.CGouncil,; 250-
Shearer St., Palmer, MA,01069 or
Palmer Library, N. Main St.,
Palmer, MA. 01069. For more infor-
mation or to sign online guest book,
Autry Lamar Eure
Havana Autry Lamar Eure, 63, a
retired construction superintendent
died Monday, June 6, 2005. He is
survived by his wife, Margaret F.
A graveside service will be at 11
a.m. EDT Wednesday at Concord
Cemetery in Concord. Visitation
will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Today at
Bevis Funeral Home of Quincy
A native of Bainbridge, Ga., he
was a lifelong resident of the south
Georgia and North Florida area. He
was employed for many years by
KDA Construction and Carl High-
tower Construction. He supervised
construction at many homes in the
Other survivors include two sons,
Jeff Williams and Ronnie Eure, both
of Monticello; a daughter, Jena Fer-
nanzez of Tallahassee; four step
children, Connie T. Knight of
Colquitt, Ga., Mona Boemker of
Mapleton, Ga., Cathy Clay of Wi-
liamstown, N.J., and Patricia
McMillian of Brinson, Ga.; two
brothers, Roy Harvell and Terry
Harvell, both of Havana; four
sisters, Mary Frances Finley, Vir-
ginia Nicholas, Alice Braizer, and
Betty Jean Harvell, all of Tallahas-
see; 15 grandchildren; and three
James Homer Cobb Jr.
Mr. "Jimmy" James Homer Cobb
Jr., age 68, a self employed General
Contractor died Monday, June 6,
2005 at his home in Monticello, Fl.
Funeral Services will be Thursday,
June 9, 2005 at First Baptist Church
beginning at 11 a.m.. Internment
will follow the service at Oak field
Cemetery. Family will receive
friends on Wednesday at Beggs Fu-
neral Home from 6 'til 8:30 p.m..
Donations can be made to Big Bend
Hospice: 1723 Mahan Center Blvd.
Tallahassee, Fl. 32308-5428, and
American Cancer Society: 241 John
Knox Rd. #100, Tallahassee, Fl.
Jimmy was a native of Cody, Fl.
He has been a lifelong resident of
Jefferson County. He was of the_
Baptist faith and a member of First
Baptist Church of Monticello.
He is survived by his wife Hilda
Alagood Cobb of Monticello. 2
sons: James Cobb and wife Teresa
of Waukeenah; John Cobb and wife
Laverne of Monticello. His mother,
Irma Deckard of Carlsbad, CA.; 1
sister, Virginia Cobb Smith of Ash-
ville, N.C.; 3 grandchildren: Hillari
Cobb, Joanna Cobb, Levi Cobb; 2
nieces: Debbie Robertson and
Ryan James Slusarski
Ryan James Slusarski, age 21, an
Automotive Technician and a stu-
dent at Tallahassee Community Col-
lege passed away at St. George
Island, Florida on Sunday, June 5,
Funeral Services will be Friday,
June 10, 2005 at Christ Episcopal
Church beginning at 2:00 p.m. Fam-
ily will receive friends Thursday,
June 9, 2005, from 7:00 to 9:00
p.m., also following the services on
Friday the family will receive
friends at Gerry Hall. Donations
may be made to Coastal Conserva-
tion Association of Florida, 905 East
Park Ave. Tallahassee, FL 32301, or
Jff6sofi CouLi'y Humane Society,
,,.O.. ,,,Box.,,559 Monticello, FL
Ryan was a native of Homestead,
Florida, born on February 24, 1984.
He was an avid fisherman, loyal
University of Florida fan, and loved
to play baseball. He was happiest
when he was out on the water. All
though his life was too brief, he en-
joyed it to the fullest. Ryan was a
loving son, brother, and friend. He
gave of himself to the fullest meas-
ure, his final moments were the ul-
timA te act of selflessness, and he left,
this world as a hero. Ryan will be
deeply missed by all who knew him.
Ryan is survived by his parent,
Jody and Leslie Spencer of Monti-
cello, Fl. and James Slusarski of
Palm Beach, FL., his younger sister,
Jessica and Loring of Monticello,
his grandparents, Gene and Shirley
Wheat of Bel Air, MD, William
Rhodes of Bradley, SC, Joseph and
Betty Slusarski of Aberdeen, MD,
and Lewis and Judy Spencer of Red-
lands, FL. He is also survived by his
many aunts, uncles, and cousins, his
girlfriend Liz Lawrence, a host of
friends and his beloved dog, Dolly.
She had no trouble whatsoever
carrying off stage the six-foot tro-
phy she was awarded.
Before the Jacksonville competi-
tion, Austin placed third in the Gulf
Coast Karate Champs Competition
in Pennsacola and won another fine
trophy for sparring.
She also took third place in spar-
ing and third place in kota at the Ka-
iate Tournament for the Youth
Sports Foundation in Tallahassee.
Here again she won and proudly
brought home a couple of fine shin-
ning trophies to add to her mounting
Austin is the daughter of Yolanda
and Gerrold Austin of Monticello.
Ja'michael Markale Jones
Even though we have celebrated
your homegoing service on August
We are still here to honor your
very special birthday. Happy birth-
Remembering and Loving You
Your mother Jennifer Jones, mater-
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Aunt's and your Uncle. We Love
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PAGE 8, MONTICELLO, (FL), NEWS, FRI.,JUNE 10, 2005
Local Educators Honored
At Statewide Convention
Eleven members of the Jefferson
County Retired Educators Associa-
tion attended the Annual Assembly
and Convention in St. Petersburg
and were recognized for their par-
ticipation in required areas.
Those areas included cultural af-
fairs exhibit, volunteer community
service, literacy hours and several
Certificates will be presented by
District 2 President Beverly Kelly
during the annual district meeting.
The members again made the trip
by motor coach with additional
units from Pensacola to
Those making the trip included
President Willard Bamhart and
wife, Dorothy; Treasurer Martha
Hall; Executive Committee Mem-
ber Dr. Lettie White; Maggie
Stokes, Mary Madison, Mathye
McCloud, Flossie Bugs and Bea-
First timers on the trip included
Albert Thomas and Caroline White.
The theme of the Florida Retired
Educators Association's (FREA)
51st convention was, "Exploring
Golden Treasures", stemming from
the fifth year golden anniversary
celebration last year.
Group members secured rooms
upon arrival, picked up their regis-
tration packets, and erected a cul-
tural affairs exhibit display.
FREA President Jan Colcord pre-
sided over the assembly. The Civil
Air Patrol, Oakhurst Composite
Squadron posted the colors, fol-
lowed by the Pledge of Allegiance
and God Bless the USA by vocalist
Lois Lawrence, of Bay County.
The 139 participants enjoyed a
meal and entertainment at the
Seminole Hard Rock Casino. After-
ward, everyone was free to try their
luck with a $10 voucher and play-
ers card, given to them upon
arrival. Or they could attend the
.scavenger hunt to forage for prizes.
A memorial service was included
in the assembly. The memorial paid
tribute to two lost treasurers: Shelly
Lane and Maggie Webster.
One night, members attended a re-
ception and banquet hosted by
Participants enjoyed a meal of bay
front salad with honey-lime dress-
ing, sirloin strips with red wine
demi glaze, roasted garlic mashed
potatoes, seasoned steamed green
beans, assorted rolls and drinks.
Dessert consisted of a chocolate se-
Entertainment was provided by
the bereavement Bluegrass Band of
Peace Lutheran Church, of
Okeechobee. The group performed
both traditional gospel and classic
On the final day of the assembly,
participants installed new officers
row: Willard Barnhart, Maggie Stokes, Dorothy Barnhart,
Lettie White and Mary Madison.
Lettie White and Mary Madison.
Red Hats Set
Sat. Meeting I
The Red Hats of America meet
Saturday at the home of Lee Condon
for the group's June gathering.
Members will be asked to share a
bit about themselves with the others
in the group.
Personal questions will be pre-
pared by hostesses Dottie Jenkins
and Condon, as well as a delightful
Ladies are asked to keep watch for
the red and purple balloons leading
the way to the location of the meet-
ing on Ashville Highway.
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and Irene Evans celebrate Mother's Day at a
recent meeting of the group. Evans is read-
ing a tribute to mothers, sent to her by her
son. (News Photo)
FRAN BLACK, a member of the Red Hats,
reads a humorous piece about "the men in
mama's life", to the enjoyment of Lois Piper
and Bea Griffin. (News Photo)
Sewer System in Lloyd
(Continued From rage 1)
Members of the committee whom
'Bailar named included Property Ap-
praiser David Ward, City Superin-
tendent Don Anderson, Mayor Julie
Conley, Commissioner Junior
Tuten, Planning Commissioner Bill
rTellefsen, and Lloyd area property
owner Ken Smith.
Commissioner Eugene Hall alone
raised a possible objection. Hall
questioned the lack of African-
vAmerican representation on the
Bailar explained that the absence
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the participation of people whom he
knew to have an interest in the topic,
especially given the informal and
exploratory nature of the initial dis-
But now the effort was becoming
more formal, he had no problem
with involving blacks in the process,
Bailar said. In fact, he welcomed
such participation, he said.
The way it was left, Hall was to
appoint an African-American to the
committee. At the same time, the-
commission formally recognized the
group, giving it the official sanction
it required to be able to pursue gov-
Commission Chairman Skeet Joy-
ner pronounced it a good time to so-
-licit state funding for sewer-related'
capital improvement projects. He
noted that the state last year
awarded Jackson County $2.7 mil-
lion for a wastewater facility.
"The possibility of getting state
funding for these types of facilities
is very good at this time," Joyner
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Youth's Can-Do Attitude Is
Example For Other Athletes
SENATOR AL LAWSON, here talking with
Democratic Party member Dick Bailar, will
be the speaker at the Jefferson County
Democratic Executive Committee meeting 7
p.m. Tuesday at the Desmond Bishop
School Administration Building on W. Wash-
ington Street. (News Photo)
Some athletes may look at 13-
year-old Casey Wheeler and think
of him as having a disadvantage
when it comes to playing baseball,
but Wheeler thinks quite the con-
Though his left arm is nonexist-
ent below the elbow, many
coaches, team mates and rival
teams in the area have come to
know him as one of the strongest
young players in the county.
Wheeler plays both first base and
His greatest inspiration, Wheeler
says, is his dad, Stewart, who has
worked with him and coached him
since age five.
Wheeler has played T-ball, coach
pitch and Little League in the Rec-
reation Department's spring sports
program. He has also played on the
Babe Ruth league and the Aucilla
Christian Academy JV baseball
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maintained the fifth highest batting
average in Winthrup Park.
"I always liked baseball,"
Wheeler says. "It looked like a lot
of fun, so I learned how to play."
Wheeler, in fact, has grown up
around baseball, given his father
has been coaching at the recreation
park for a long time, therefore ex-
posing him to the sport.
"Casey is like every other kid,"
Stewart says. "He's no different,
and he doesn't consider himself to
"When he plays, he plays with a
lot of heart," he adds. "And I'm
very proud of him."
ACA coach Daryl Adams agrees.
"He's a very strong defensive
player," Adams says. "As a sixth
grader last year, he played first
base 11 out of 14 games."
Wheeler's batting average, Adams
adds, is .130.
Concludes Stewart: "Casey goes
out there and shows all of the other
players, no matter where he plays,
that there are no excuses for not
trying something and giving it your
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ANGELA BOLAND, here participating in the
barrel racing competition, has been pas-
sionate about horses her entire life. She al-
ways knew she would have a career in the
field of horses, she says.
Boland Becomes Certified
In Equine Sports Massage
Monticello resident Angela
Boland has successfully completed
certification requirements for the
country's original program in equine
sports massage therapy.
The program, offered by
Equissage, Inc., prepares Boland for
a career in this increasingly utilized
muscle therapy for horses engaged
in athletic competition.
Massage therapy, commonly em-
ployed to enhance sports perform-
ance in human athletes, has also
proven to enhance the performance .
of equine athletes and assist the
horse in reaching its fullest
Certification training concentrates
on the theory of massage therapy
and its benefits, as well as hands-on
experience applying the techniques
on high performance horses.
Boland has spent her entire life
around horses. She has always
known that a career in the field of
horses was for her, she says.
"I have a great passion and respect
for horses, and they for me." she
Boland is interested in applying
her new learned skill to all kinds of
horses. Her sincere desire is to help
the equine athlete, she says.
Barrel racing is Boland's forte.
She is enthusiastic about the compe-
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The Humane Society has named
"Gracie" as its adoptable feline Pet
of the Week.
She is a gray and white domestic
short hair feline, approximately six
months old, with the largest, most
unusual shade of gold colored eyes.
Gracie is spayed and all her vac-
cinations are up to date. She is de-
scribed as being very lovable, yet
sometimes skittish if people move
-too quickly, and she has a tendency
to give little "love nibbles" while
Shelter Caretaker Cheryl Bautista
added that she would be a good
mouser and an indoor/outdoor ani-
To adopt Gracie or any of thd))
many other felines at the shelter
awaiting loving homes, call 342-
MEMORIALS & TRIBUTES
Humane Society shelter caretaker
Cheryl Bautista says the parvo
quarantine at the shelter will end
-` Friday, and the shelter will resume
regular hours Saturday.
"We haven't had any more ani-
mals get sick," Bautista said.
She added that with the explosion
in the animal baby population,
there are many kittens awaiting
Due to the Parvo quarantine at the
animal shelter, the regular meeting
of the Humane Society Board of
Directors that was scheduled for
June 6 has been rescheduled for 6
p.m. June 20 at the shelter.
The regular general membership
meeting will be conducted 7 p.m.
June 20, also at the shelter.
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Coach Says Warriors in
Shape For Next Season
Approximately 12 Warriors var-
sity football players took part in the
recent spring training, and Head
Football Coach Dave Roberts said
he expects about 20 will be present
for the fall, pre-season practices,
including two new athletes trans-
ferring in from other schools.
He added that he has already seen
much improvement in the Warriors
and expects to see much more.
Though spring practice has con-
cluded, players continue to work
out in the weight room Mondays
through Fridays from 6-8 p.m., and
they continue to work on their fun-
"They're getting bigger and
stronger and I'm extremely pleased
with that," Roberts said. "I'm tull
of enthusiasm and they are too."
As a team, the Warriors will be
running in the Watermelon Festival
5-K run and they will be participat-
ing in the Titan Speed Camp two
days per week in July. The dates
have not yet been determined.
Roberts said that all but two of
his players will be returning next
year. The two departing players are
Chris Boykin and Daniel Roccanti,
who graduated this year.
"Last year, on paper, our season
record was not a productive one,"
Roberts said. "We lost four games
that, in actuality, we should have
He added that with the redistrict-
ing, competition will be on a much
more even basis. ACA will be
competing against such schools as
FAMU, Apalachicola, Munroe and
Losses in Recent Spring Jamboree Local Men Tennis Team wins
The JCHS football team was able
to participate in the recent Spring
Jamboree, learning where they
The Monticello Demons squeaked
by the Outsiders in softball action
for a 9-8 win on Sunday.
The Outsiders jumped out to a six
point lead, but the Demons fought
back hard to turn the game to a 7-6
Kelvin Jones went three for three;
The American Legion Post 49 will
hold its annual horseshoe tourna-
ment at the recreation park on Satur-
day, June 18.
The event is open to both men and
The entry fee is $20 per team.
Prizes will be awarded to the win-
must hone their skills to prepare for
next year's season.
Though they put their hearts into
the competition, the Tigers lost the
first half 20-0 to Jacksonville
Bolles High School, and lost the
second half 6-0 to University
Nard Thompson, Monterious Riv-
ers and D. Howard all went two for
three; and Vincent Gentle, James
Wesley, Wilbo Ellis, Jr., Warren
Allen and Eldary Jennings all went
one for three.
Johnny Rivers went one for one;
James Edward went 0 for two; and
Nick Russell went 0 for three.
Coach Roosevelt Jones said Gen-
tle pitched a good game.
The Demons now stand at a 7-2
season. .., ,
Sign-up time is 1-2 p.m. Saturday,
June 18. The tournament is sched-
uled to begin about 2 p.m.
Chips and sodas will be available
Wayne Malloy is coordinating the
event. For more information, call
Malloy at 997-5297.
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was an extremely strong team.
"We did look real bad,
offensively," Hightower said. "We
just couldn't click and have a ways
to go to improve."
He said that within the first two
minutes of the game, Bolles scored
two back-toback touchdowns for
He added that defensively, the
Tigers did quite well.
"They'are a stronger team and
have many more returning players
than we do," Hightower said. "But
once we got the feel of it, we didn't
do too bad."
In the second half, the Tigers be-
gan to come together as a team, ac-
cording to Hightower. He said that
with 30 seconds remaining in the
game and the score tied 0-0, the Ti-
gers received a pass interference
call, giving University Christian the
With nine seconds remaining on
the clock, University Christian
threw the pass into the end zone for
"If it hadn't been for that pass in-
terference call against us, it would
have been their fourth down and
they would have remained score-
less," Hightower said.
"We did play better and stronger
during the second half," he added.
"The Spring Jamboree gave us a
good idea of what we need to work
on," Hightower concluded.
League Title in Tallahassee
The local 3.0 men's tennis team
won the Tallahassee league title
and look to compete in the regional
matches for that title as well.
Team Captain Doug Wainright
said that of 45 matches played, the
men only lost three.
If they are successful at that time,
they get to compete in the regional
matches, held between
Jacksonville, Gainesville, Ocala
The state matches will be con-
ducted in Daytona in August, and if
the men continue to do well, they
will compete in the national
matches, to be held in Scottsdale,
Members of the team are Wain-
right, Brad Mueller, George Miller,
Bill Rothas, Josh Moore, Tyler Ar-
rington, Ted Strauss, Howard Wil-
liams, Scott Shirley, Bobby York,
Randy Klucher and Ricky Harring-
Men's Tennis Team Aims
For 2nd Place Next Week
son, Tyler Arrington, Danny Jack-
FRAN HUNT son, Mark Wirick, David Boss and
Staff Writer Mark Kelly.
Though the iiien's 6.0" tennis sea-
son has come to a close, the men's
7.0 season continues, with the local
team in third place of nine teams in
the league and ready to vie for sec-
ond place next week.
Captain Doug Wainright said
Wednesday that the men are look-
ing to take the second place title
and to continue to play strong until
a team comes along that can knock
them out of the standings.
Members of the local team are
Wainright, John Moore, Brad
Mueller, Ted Strauss, Duke Harri-
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"We do have a shot at taking dis-
trict next year," Roberts said. "We
just have to apply ourselves and
keep a good, positive attitude. We
will be working on changes to both
our offense and defense."
Returning Warriors are Colby
Roberts, Ben Grantham, Wade
Scarberry, Josh Carswell, Casey
Gunnells, Chris Tuten, Matt Poston
and Colby Waddail.
Also, Jason Holton, Kyle Peters,
J. T. Ward, Michael Kinsey, Dan-
iel Greene, Kyle Barnwell and Will
Hartsfield, who moved up from the
"We may have more JV's moving
up," Roberts concluded.
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The Board of County Commissioners of
Jefferson County does hereby give public
notice that it intends to adopt the following
county ordinance at a public hearing to be
held on Thursday, June 16, 2005, at 6:00
p.m. in the Courthouse, Courtroom, Mon-
ticello, Florida. All interested parties in
this matter will be given an opportunity to
be heard at this meeting. JEFFERSON
COUNTY ORDINANCE NO. 05-XXXX
AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF JEF-
FERSON COUNTY, FLORIDA, TO BE
KNOWN AS THE JEFFERSON
COUNTY FIRE RESCUE AND EMER-
GENCY MEDICAL SYSTEM' IMPACT
FEE ORDINANCE; PROVIDING FOR
DEFINITIONS APPLICABLE TO THE
ORDINANCE; PROVIDING LEGISLA-
TIVE FINDINGS AND RULES OF CON-
* STRUCTION; ADOPTING CERTAIN
IMPACT FEE STUDIES; PROVIDING
FOR IMPOSITION OF FIRE RESCUE
IMPACT FEES; PROVIDING FOR LEG-
ISLATIVE FINDINGS APPLICABLE TO
FIRE RESCUE IMPACT FEES; PRO-
VIDING FOR THE PAYMENT AND USE
OF FIRE RESCUE IMPACT FEES COL-
LECTED; PERMITTING AN ALTER-
NATIVE CALCULATION OF FIRE
RESCUE IMPACT FEES; PROVIDING
FOR AN. INDIVIDUAL CALCULATION
OF FIRE RESCUE IMPACT FEES;
PROVIDING FOR AN INDIVIDUAL
CALCULATION OF FIRE RESCUE IM-
PACT FEES; PROVIDING FOR THE
IMPOSITION OF EMERGENCY MEDI-
CAL SYSTEM IMPACT FEES; PRO-
VIDING FOR LEGISLATIVE FINDINGS
APPLICABLE TO EMERGENCY MEDI-
CAL SYSTEM IMPACT FEES; PROVID-
ING FOR THE PAYMENT AND USE OF
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SYSTEM IM-
PACT FEES COLLECTED; PERMIT-
TING AN ALTERNATIVE
CALCULATION OF EMERGENCY
MEDICAL SYSTEM IMPACT FEES;
PROVIDING FOR AN INDIVIDUAL
CALCULATION OF EMERGENCY
MEDICAL SYSTEM IMPACT FEES;
PROVIDING FOR CHANGES IN SIZE
AND USE; PROVIDING FOR DONA-
TIONS AND CREDITS FOR DEVEL-
OPER CONTRIBUTIONS; PROVIDING
CERTAIN EXEMPTIONS; REQUIRING
REVIEW OF THE IMPACT FEE STUD-
IES AND THE FIRE RESCUE AND
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SYSTEM IM-
PACT FEE .ORDINANCE; DECLARA-
TION OF EXCLUSION FROM
ACT; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABIL-
ITY; PROVIDING FOR INCLUSION IN
THE CODE; AND PROVIDING AN EF-
FECTIVE DATE. The ordinance, in its en-
tirety is available for public inspection at
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Courthouse, Room 10, Monticello. Florida,
between the hours of 8:00 and 5:00
p.m. Monday through Friday. Felix
"Skeet" Joyner. Chairman.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR JEFFERSON COUNTY, FL JUVE-
NILE DIVISION CASE NO.: 04-18-DPA
IN THE INTEREST OF J.J. 02/06/2004
MINOR CHILD NOTICE OF ACTION
TO Jessie Joiner and Unknown Father
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: 6307 Dills
Road, Monticello, Florida 32344 YOU
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a petition
under oath, has been filed in the above
styled court for the termination of paren-
tal rights and the permanent commitment
of J.J., a male child born on 2/06/2004 in
Leon County, Florida to the State of Flor-
ida, Department of Children and Families,
Adoption and Related Services a licensed
child placing agency, for subsequent adop-
tion and you are hereby to be and appear
in the above court at the Jefferson County
Courthouse, County Courthouse, Room
10, Monticello, Florida 3234 on Tuesday,
June 28th at 9:00a.m. for a Termination of
Parental Rights Advisory Hearing and to
show cause why said petition should not be
granted. You must appear on the date and
time specified. FAILURE TO PERSON-
ALLY APPEAR AT THE ADVISORY
HEARING CONSTITUTES YOUR CON-
SENT TO THE TERMINATION OF PA-
RENTAL RIGHTS TO THIS CHILD. IF
YOU FAIL TO APPEAR ON THE DATE
AND TIME 'SPECIFIED, YOU MAY
LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS TO THE
CHILD NAMED IN THE PETITION.
WITNESS my hand and official seal as the
Magistrate of said court this 24th day of
May, 2005. /s/ this matter was referred to
5/27, 6/3, 10, 17, c
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR JEFFERSON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CAPITOL CITY BANK, Plaintiff ,vs.
EVA KRMOIAN, RAUL ALFONSO
FLOREZ, and UNKNOWN TENANTSS,
Defendant. Case No. 04-266-CA. Notice Of
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cilia Shores Subdivisions, a subdivision
as per the plat thereof filed at Plat Book B,
Page 38, of the Public Record of Jefferson
County, has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any, to it on GARVIN B.
BOWDEN, the plaintiff's attorney, whose
address is Gardner, Wadsworth, Duggar,
Bist & Wiener, P.A., 1300 Thomaswood
Drive, Tallahassee, Florida 32308, on or
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SURPLUS PROPERTY SALE: Location:
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bid on items located in Building #14 be-
tween 8:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m., Monday, June
13, 2005 and 8:00 a.m. 12:00 noon Tues-
day, June 14, 2005. The sale will be by
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noon. Items include a 1988 Ford 15-
Passenger van, 1990 Chevrolet station
wagon, bleachers, various Cosmetology
equipment including but not limited to hy-
draulic chairs,.hair dryers, work .station,
sinks, manicure tables, Pedi-spa and other
items. Successful bids will be notified by
telephone Tuesday, June 14 .and Wednes-
day, June 15. Pickup dates will be June 15
and 16. All necessary bid forms will be
supplied by the Maintenance Department
on days of sale at Building #14 Sale Loca-
tion. For more information, contact the of-
fice of the Director of Physical Plant,
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NOTICE: The Jefferson County Board of
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2005, at the Jefferson County Emergency
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certificates has filed said certificates for a
tax deed issue thereon. The certificate
numbers and years of issuance, the de-
scription of the property, and the names in
which it was assessed are as follows: Cer-
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scription or Property Lot 6 of AUCILLA
PLANTATION SUBDIVISION, Unit III, a
subdivision, as per the plat thereof filed at
Plat Book "B", page 65, of the Public Re-
cords of Jefferson County, Florida. Name
in which assessed Dopald Crocker. All of
said property being in the County of Jef-
ferson, State of Florida. Unless such cer-
tificate or certificates shall be redeemed
according to law the property described in
such certificate or certificates will be sold
to the highest bidder at the court house
door on the 30th day of June, 2005, at
11:00 a.m. Dated this 26th day of May,
2005. Carl D. Boatwright, Clerk of Circuit
Court of Jefferson County, Florida.
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from Lloyd is looking for animal lov-
ers for summer employment. Must be
drug-free, hard working and have
dependable transportation. Call
877-5050 or fax resume to 877-5010.
Great earning potential! Only $10.00
start-up fee!! Make all your dreams
come true $250.00 Fast start bonus.
Call B.J. at 850-584-6289.
5/27,6/1,3,8,10,15, 17, pd
S/E & 3 STATE RUN: T/T Drivers.
Home Weekends. Mileage Pay,
Benefits, 401K. Trainees Welcome /
Miami area exp. Req. 21 min
age/Class A CDL Cypress Truck
Owner Operators Due to strong
growth in our instate market,
im'm'ediate openings available in our
Florida Intra Fleet. Home Weekends
Most Evenings Top Percentage Pay
Paid Permits & Physicals Weekly Pay
- Direct Deposit 100% Owner
Operator Make Sunco Carriers
Your Home. Apply Now! Call
Data Entry Work on Your Own.
Flexible Hours! $$$Great Pay$$$
Personal Computer required.
(800)873-0345 ext #300.
Sales/Office Manager for Buddy's
Home Furnishing. Please apply in
person to 1317 So. Jefferson St.
Moving Sale: Saturday, June llth
9:00 a.m. -6:00 p.m.. Lots of furniture
and misc. items. Everything must
go!!! 10501 Waukeenah Hwy,
between Waukeenah and Wacissa.
519-4522. 6/8, 10, pd
Yard Sale Sat. June llth. 8 to 1. 250
Willow St. Patio table & chairs,
bricks, crafts & supplies, toys, books,
Lloyd Acres Home Owners
Association's annual Yard Sale,
Saturday, June 11th, at the Lloyd
Acres Subdivision entrance Old
Lloyd Road (Hwy 158-A) at Cardinal
Lane Saturday, June 11th, 8 to 12
noon. Drinks will be available for
children. Members are invited to set
up a table.
Inside garage sale. All sizes formal,
party dresses, wedding dresses, 100's
of books, Lg. Mirror, crystals,
children's clothes & books, dining
room set, china buffet, oil lamps,
office chairs, dishes, pots & pans,-
G.Foreman grill, iron, sheets, jewelry,
heath rider, exerciser, MORE!
Cleaned out store & storage unit.
RAIN or SHINE! Fri. 8 to 5,- Sat. 8 to
4. V2 mile down Old Lloyd Rd. Off US
90W. Low prices! 6/10, pd
3 bd/2 bath mobile home. Screened in
front porch on Rabon Rd. $490.
6/10, 15, pd
Looking to lease acreage with 2 houses,
horse barn and fenced pastures.
850-443-6075 or 850-212-2685.
6/10, 15,17, 22, pd
Have down payment, need owner
financing for house with 2 or more acres.
5/27, 6/1, 3, 8, 10, nc
Backhoe Service: Driveways, roads,
ditches, tree and shrub removal, burn
piles. Contact Gary Tuten @ 997-3116,
Appliance Repairs: washers, dryers,
stoves, refrigerators. Owned and
operated by Andy Rudd. 997-5648. Leave
Do you want to be just a Christian, with no
denominational names, creeds, or
practices? Jesus established His church
called the church of Christ and you can be
a member of it. We are ready to help if
you are ready to learn. Call: 997-3466.
1/29 tfn (10/3)
Home Health Care Equipment -
Jackson's Drug Store. We bill Medicare -
Call for assessment of your needs.
997-3553. UPS NOW AVAILABLE
Healthy Weight Loss available only
Jackson's Drug, Hoodiacol is designed
curb the appetite, burn fat and increa
energy levels resulting in considerab
weight loss over time. Hoodiacol consist
3 key ingredients incorporated into ri
bran oil with natural flavorings to give it
palpable taste. In addition to weight los
you may see benefits for the hair, skin at
nails from the Omega 3 and Omega
found in rice bran oil. Hoodia gordonii is
cactus found in the Kalahari Desert
South Africa. Unsurpassed as an appeti
suppressant, it not only limits appetite b
increases the sense of satiety. This tends
limit total caloric intake by 30-40'
without experiencing hunger. Significa
weight loss should result from such a dr<
in caloric intake.
s/d 5/18, tfn
5 pc Beautiful wicker set w/ schase
lounge. Large metal desk & desk
chair. Table & 4 chairs. Rocker &
6/8, 10, pd
3br,2 Bath & much more. Renovated
and ready! 251-0760 or
14 H.P. Twin OHV. Electric start,
Briggs, w/tank and portable rack.
Generator died, engine is perfect, only
50 hours. Engine list $994, yours for
6/10, 15, pd
Registered boar Billy goat, $300.
Registered 100%. Call 556-4342.
Self propelled lawn mower $125. 120v
window A/C unit, Large $125. Kids
Electric. air hockey game $15. Kids
:yellow Care Bear Shelf $10 and misc.
Toys. 342-1486, 509-1942.
6/8, 10, 15, pd
Queen mattress set, double pillow top.
New in plastic with warranty. $150.
6 Pc. Full/queen bedroom set. New
boxes, sacrifice $550. 850-222-7783
Cherry Sleigh Bed $250. Brand new,
solid wood. 850-222-9879
New leather sofa and love seat. $750,
can deliver. 850-222-2113
2-3 RIB Front tires for 8 in Ford or
Furgeson Tractor $50.00 4 P225/6 or
16 Mich. Tires $40, 997-0135
New Bedroom Set: Beautiful cherry
Louis Philippe 8-piece wood King
sleigh bed, dresser, mirror, chest, 2
night stands. Sug. List $4600, sell
NEW Brand Name King Mattress
Set, $250, in factory plastic,
NEW QUEEN mattress and base.
Never used, $in unopened plastic.
Must sell $125. 850-545-7112
FORMAL DINING ROOM Brand
new cherry table with 6 chairs and
lighted china cabinet. $3K retail, sell
for $999. 850-425-8374
MATTRESS SET New full set with
factory warranty, $99, call
Wilson Auto Sales 997-6066
'95 Pont. Grand AM $2,600
'96 Mustang Convertible $4,400
'96 Mercedes 220 $5,800
1951 Plymouth Cranbrook, 4dr good
shape & runs. Asking $3900.
6/8, 10, 15, 17, 21, 24, 29, pd
'95 Ford AeroStar MiniVan, runs
good, cold AC Ft & Bk. $900 firm.
6/8, 10, 15, pd
1996 F-150 PU truck, 120,000 miles
$4,500. Call 997-3368 (9a-4p).
1993 White Chevy Caprice, Police
Package, runs great. $2500 call
342-1185 (leave msg.)
5/27, 6/1, 3, 8, 10, pd
ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE. Do you
earn $800/day? 30 Machines, Free Candy
All for $9,995. (800)814-6323. B02000033.
Call US: We will not be undersold!
#1 cash cow! 90 vending machine
units/You OK locations entire business
$10,670 Hurry! (800)836-3464.
CASH in 5 DAYS!
We Buy Mortgages,
Homes, Trailers, Lots,
Land! We Make
Traders Realty, Inc.
Lie. Mortgage LENDER
Loaders, Dump Trucks,
Next Class: June 20'h
Associated Training Services
D & S REPAIRS 997-4015 Small engines,
tractors, outboards, ATV's, etc.
5/20, 27, 6/3. 10. nd
VIRGINIA G. BLOW
Broker Associate Realtor
Sales Associate Realtor
(850) 251- 4392
Kelly and Kelly Properties
Pecan Hill Subdivision
100'x 110' Lots
5 MODELS SOON!
!!! HAVING CREDIT PROBLEMS!!!
1ST 2ND MORTGAGES, CREDIT LINES, CAR LOANS,
SECURED CREDIT CARDS BAD CREDIT O.K. OUR
PROGRAMS WILL GET YOU THE MONEY You NEED
GUARANTEED!! No APPLICATION IS REFUSED!! CALL
TODAY FOR FAST APPROVAL
"ONE STOP "
Lloyd custom 3/2 brick on
everyone is looking for. Oc
Dills Road 2 yr. old 3/3 br
landscaped acres. Occupied
2002 3/2 mobile home on 1
Ashville Hwy. and Deerw<
Our Commitment is t
With the list of buyers we have...
TIME COULD NOT BE BETTER
to sale your property!
1998 3/2 mobile home on 12 acres with fenced
pasture and beautiful trees and shrubs. Zoned
mixed use business/residential. $168,500
Office complex with ample parking.$622,235
the gorgeous 5 acres WE HAVE LAND!!!!!!
occupied. $262,900 If we don't have what you are
ick on 5 fenced and looking for, let us find it!
ed. $262,900 FREE
10 acres corner of
ood Blvd. $ 89,500
to save you. .
Limited to $450, special terms apply.
KELLY & KELLY
215 N.Jefferson St
" New Listing- Lloyd Acres, 3BR/2BA,
office, apart., 2.44 fenced acres.
" Nobles Subdivision- Roomy, remodeled
3BR/2BA, nice master suite. $101,900
* Huge Home- private setting, 10+ acres,
4BR/3.5BA, barn, guest house, 1g. storage
* Reduced- beautiful modular, 9' ceilings,
maple cabinets, built 2003 on 1/2 acre.
Many Other Properties
Great Cash Flow for the Investor
Apartment House currently 5 could be
7 unit apartment building great potential
as a bed and breakfast with suites
Beautiful Home on a Sweet Mountian
Lovely 3 bedroom 2.5 bath yellow brick
home circled with 10 year old planted
pine near US 90 and SR 59, 50 acres in
planted pines, swimming pool, detached
garage, barn nice field all very conven-
ient to Tallahassee for only $1,200,000
Choice Buildinq Lots in Town on Mor-
ris Road call for details $10,000 to
The Price is Riqht! acres high and dry
in Aucilla Forest and Meadows $7,500
Look- Unusual Opportunity!!! On
Waukeenah Highway easy access to Tal-
lahassee high, dry, fenced and ready to
build on, great for horses or cattle $8,500
Price Reduced Like new home, built.in
2002, 3 bedrooms 2 baths screened
porch, tile floors, cathedral ceiling, fire-
place on one acre in the country
$169,500 don't miss it!
Horse Farm 29 acre horse farm with big
doublewide w/ fireplace, stables, round
pen in remote location north of Greenville
Terrific New Listinl!! 3 bedroom 2 bath
double wide with new gal alum roof and
vinyl siding 3 sheds, fish pond, fenced on
2.4 acres really nice and only $86,500
Saddle Up Six very nice acres mostly
fenced pasture nice location near Lamont
Fulford Road Under Contract 4 bed-
room 2 bath home with garage, out build-
ing, and kennel on 1.55 acres in the
Country near the Georgia line
South Main Ave west of Monticello off
US 90 on paved county road five wooded
acres with well and septic tank $85,000
New Waterfront Property 2 wooded
acres in Lloyd Acres only $26,000
Great Buy big doublewide with additions
12 rooms quiet wooded lot $56,500
Income Property SOLD On US 90 in
town Retail space, warehouse and resi-
dential space $169,500
Prime Commercial Property US 19
South near Pizza Hut and Jefferson
Builders 6+ ac sewer and water
Home Site on the edge of town on West
Grooverville Road with paved road front-
Realtor Tim Peary
See all our listings with maps at
We have qualified buyers looking
for acreage between Monticello and
Lloyd can you help?
Realtor Tim Peary Sells Real Estate,
Buyers looking for Homes and Land
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WE ACCEPT ALL VOUCHERS NEW & REMODELED HOMES
2/2 $599 ~ 3/2 $699 ~ 4/2 $895 ~ $50 dep.
Pool, Free Lawn Care, Youth Activities, Courtesy Officers on site
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W om Conty Style Bi .M ll S s.......................................501 off
Hudflali HouseJCU15559,Re. 36.99.............BuyGet I Free
6aing Blls..m ythig in itW, 501 off
Title fere i. 1,CJTHM364, .R 30.99.......................50% off
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Sn ftWt4 I1,sorted coors, e. 5,99............t ............. ree
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Ste .gEdrJor waks&driveway, 7117724,, 36.99 01..........0off
Dhat lng RakeJ70081, Ro. 33.99 501 off
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Shat Moshomcomer pack Buy1 Gt41 Free
Ana Trs,75737, 59.99 50% off
Aa Fer0t JO#, #122407, Re. 5.99..........................By 1 Get I Free
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MAdirondack rer..2lon, #7031230, Re. 5.19... ............u 1 F
forged Iron Baer.24", lo black, #7105616, Re. 11.99.........Buy 1 Get 1 Free
Slg and Snal Trap..#750086, Re. 6.99.... ...... Buy 16 et 1 Fre
2' Hedge 5har.#7094451, Re. 1799 Buy lI Get rI
32 Lopr.Jo vy duty, #7094436, Re. 31.95 50M off
Laf Finial Iron BoriderJ B445, Re.41.99................................ Buyl et1 Free
Bboo Reed EdgingqJAEGO2, 48, Re. 17.99 ......................Buy Get I sf
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undable Edging..20,7098379, Req.1099.... ............. uyl Gett Fr
T Priirneiw fopoJ7109226, Re. 14.99 50 off
FirfghtrNonk..#7121106,IReg. 10.49 Buy I G e
water and.121015, Reg. 1.99 Buyl 61 Fre
18 Varieties, A
#1 Grade, 200 r 88
Fresh Flats, Solid 36
or mixed colors O plants
MarigolIs Pusty Miller *
BLOOMING THEIR HEARTS OUT!
OVER 100 NEW BUSHES JUST IN!
Knockouts.3 gallon 1
r&d blush, pink, Reg, 21.99 ........... IV
Flower CarpetV,,, varieties.,,...............16.99
National Park service. gal .............. 24.99
EVE IG UY 1 GET
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HYDRANGEAS ON SALE
DOZENS UPON DOZENS OF UNIQUE VARIETIES! blue
Rebloomers Old Fashioned Lace Caps Oak Leaf Green Flowered Gallon
visit www.espositogardencenter.com/special features.htm
EXTRA SPECIAL HUGE 3 GALLON. BLUE................BUY 1 GET 1 FREE
Do black bugs
stripes fly up
you mow the
Holes in your home?
Swarming bees? We
ganic' Feman's Noale'.JC20807, Re.S9 .... ...... 501 off
ed+Gen6raMnt 115454, W Req 1129, #0394910,Req. 99..- yi Get I Free
Crabrae Kill..r#72313, Re. 10.99 Buy1et I Free
Gallon Home Defense. J71326, Re. 1129 ......... ............u...y I Get 1 Ire
DecoratkSpinkler.9538, R. 79.99 501 off
Sprinkler.,op Up', 7145, R. 18.99 By 1 Ge Free
50' Coil Ho lime green only, 7108657, e. 25.99......-....Buy 1Get 1 Free
Home Spayer..3 gallon, #700658, eg. 19.99 251 off
numpupSmyr fart 01 off
Commercial Roach Killer...#14I BylGetl fre
Ant Bait.4310, Reg. 9.99 Buy I 641 Free
Wfee Killer Granule&.#HY2l742, eg.11.99........ ..... Byl GetI Free
Mole aitL#715494, Re. 5.49 uy I et 1 Fre
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Beetle Kier...196, R. 7.99 BuyI 6t1 Free
Lami FungicileJFL10770, Reg, 1699 BuyI 61 Free
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rolling GardenCart 5ll041, Re. 39.99 25% off
Greenhouse Kit 6x10J7153125, eg.579.99 150.00
WaterCan,,,han painted, #1557, Re.14.99 50%off
Rant Waterer1Blb'.1J651671, 27.99 ................ty1eei
Centipede Seed.L oz. Cetised, Re. 149,99 40% off
Hand Seer5pader...7069436, Req. 1099................ buy Get ftee
Shoulder Strap Spmader,.065451, Re. 34.99....... uy 16 t1 Free
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Christimae Balls.al glasefiberglass (not Radko).......... Buy I Get Free
Afdcan Statutes.Maasai' Buyl Gt1 Free
Ornament Hoerm..all styles .Juy16et1 Free
Chritopher Radko.qs g wreaths to 4" 501 off
ChristmasWreaths..al styles, predecorated 50 off
Feather..aerythi in instockto 24"long Buy 6et1 Free
Dog'A Breed Apart' Fgurines..al stock .501 off
Artificial Tree.allinventory- to 12 tall ?51 off
7 Remember ast Lawn'
6 year when the kids p turning
iM4Q couldn't walk thru l lTItMI round
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theyard barefoot u a
Use IMGE Now! roots
Leaves Turning White? Poison
On Crepe Myrte Roundup
Dogwood Gerbera Daisy? Held 4 oz, Ki
Looks like mildew? Well, it Iall water, M
probably is, Bring in
sample. We will identify. Kills onc
Centipede or Saint Augustine 5od...By the Piece or Pallet
Delivery and installation available...Fresh 3 times per week
Need to rent a tiller prior to installing sod? Sod cutter, roller
or aerator? Our Rental Department is Open Sundays too.
You may have a n
about 1 foot long,
problem and show
it with proper fun
fate U Santasto 4't all styles .501 off
Ans-tab ) tp e n ept. 5 .501off
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Sports-FSU* Florida, GA' Miami, all inventory 50 off
Hunti g&4 H ingInw tory..aJlstock 50loff
Cranbeny Beaded Gariand ', wooden Buy 1 Get I Free
Kneeling Santa wlJesus.J.hand painted 501 Off
Omaments-.Farm, YVctorian, Garden 501 off
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Chlorsm Stailzer..6, #2535EZC,. 15.99.................BuylG61Free
Silk Flower.all 51
RollaH Lawn CaI
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16' Hex 5ba
16' White ex 5
Chrome and Ga
Copper Top Finch
Bird Scape Finch
Alpine Tree w/dcle
1/2' White mte
Solar Garden li
Antique Pillar Ca
Gold Iron Candle
Frog Stepping S
7 Iron Garden S5
Large. Dec. Teira
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Osteosperum.3 gallon ..............................uy 1 Get 1 Free Asian Jasminle...gallons.....................5........ for 11.88
Azaleas...elect 7 gallon and 3 gallon.......BuyGetFre Oleander...gallons 5for 20.00
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Gaillardia. gallon OuyIGetIFree bluish foliage, purple flowers.................. 8t8.
Geranium Baskets.Reg. 9.8 7.8 Taiwan Cherry,.6-8',15 gallon................Buy 1 t 1 Free
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Australian Tree Fem.eveything ................Buy 1 Ge 1 Free Indian Hawthorn 'Clara'...3 gallon....Buy 1Get1 Free
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English Dogwood.all izes.....................Buy 1 Get1 Free Dwarf Weeping Ligustrum...10 gallon..................50% off
Daylllies.unlabeled, gallons....................,5 for 11.88 Ginko Trees Buy 1 Get 1 Free
Confederate Jasmlnee,3 gallon 8 8 Japanese Beauty Benrry..5 gallon.......y 1Get2 Free
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Lorapetalum.,.all stock 25% off Wteria 'free Form'...30 gallon......................50% off
Areca Palms..6-8' tall, 15 gallon ...............Buy 1 Get 1 Free Alocasia.,,black, 3 gallon ...................Buy 1 Get 1 Free
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Mahogany Fen,,4allon ...................... BuyI G6et1 Free Azalea Patio Trees 501 off
Pink Supertunia Basket..Regular 7 Juniper Topiary...5wMrs PomPorms................40% off
12.99, Special Sale P Bald Cypress...12' tall, 15 gallon ......................50% off
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n Patch?. Tunnels min the Grass?
slowly Moles 1-2-35.... Goodbye
g brown in You can, if you're comriitted, control moles'in your lawn
circular and beds. Step 1: Apply granular "Grubex" insecticide to
e? Bring the area in question...Step 2 Apply one quart "Scoot
ample with Mole" per 5000 sq. ft. area..Step 3: Apply 1" water,
i Ivy Control DOLLAR WEED...
Swont work? Mix ...is best controlled by using a blend of
zall in 1 gallon Image and Atrazine weed killers...Used
ist over weeds. r in combination, they kill only the weeds
contact. while leaving the grass unharmed. Ask our
professionals to demonstrate mixing procedures.
ES DYING? Grow A Lawn From 'Plugs'
ew disease called Shade Tolerant...St. Augustine 'Bitter Blue' 3.88
ing us a few leaves Centipede.,.18 plugs per tray for sunny spots 4.88
We'll identify the Our Best Growing St. Augustine...'warf, Shade Lover'..........5.99
Syou how to control Lawn Aeration Service...If your lawn just won't thrive, perhaps the soil is
gicide treatments. too hard or compacted...Free Estimates...Ask.about Plug Installation
..eavy duty, treated pine, #CCA 6F 2490 24
3690, AR36,to8 tall........ .................BuyI GetIFree
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thing in stock 50% off
as Ornaments Buy Get 1 Free
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STriple F-eder,.#r 31612 50% off
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5 uirrl Proof Feeder...#655 50 off
h eder.,'1391 501 off
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Monrovia Cherry Laurel...15 gallon, 6'............50% off
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#7106412, reg. 59.99...............9.99
Quick Ramps...71/2' arched aluminum,
#7114804, reg. 154.99................109.99
Electric Mower...no gas, no oil, no fumes,
#7100738, reg. 259.99.................209.99
Trimmer/Edger...no gas, no oil, no fumes,
#7094642, reg. 49.99...................41.88
Electric Hedge Trimmer...#7106362,
. Reg. 59.99 44.99
Electric Edger...(2 in 1) #7099015,
Reg. 119.99 88.49
Reg. 59.99 44.99
Reg. 69.99 48.88
Compressor...6 gallon, 2 H.PR,
Reg. 169.99 110.49
Finish Nailer...2 1/2 H.P, 16 gauge,
Reg. 149.99 111.75
Brad Nailer...2 H., 18 gauge, eg., 47.99.....41.40
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Cross Vine Wisteria Amethyst Falls
Native Wisteria (Non Invasive, it will not take
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p e r e ry Japanese Boxwood...exceptional quality, 5 gallon pots, Regular 10.99 88
Viburnum Hedge,,,huge, fast growing, 3 gallon pots, Regular 10,99 ........
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Polystone Cat/DogThemmometer...#70551, Reg. 1299.Buy1Get1Free Windmill Palmes,.6-7-8-9' tall, just arrived..installation available Mexican Petunia.Jlove wet sunny spots, dwarf too, gal..3.99
1" LCDDigal Themometer...#6067961, Reg11.99 ...........Buy G1 Free Native Azaleas..5 colors, gallons, Reg. 8.99.............................5.88 Strobilanthus...electric purple, grow to 4', 3 gallon ....14.99
Min/MaWallThermometer...#60261,KReg,21.99................ yl, 61 Crinium Lilly.,'spider type' bloom .........................everything 25% off Torenia...Upright or cascade, 4" pots, Reg. 1.99..............994
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Foliage, blue flowers ...1.99
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Holly Fern.. allon...............3, 8
Ioxwood.gallon..,.5 for 19,99
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