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Since 1965,2005 Tree Capital of the South 2 Sections Our 44th Year, No. 24
June 15, 2005 Tree Capital of the South 2 Sections Our 44th Year, No. 24
Plan to attend
Volunteers for the'upcoming WFSU
documentary, "Our Town: Perry," are
reminded to attend one of two
volunteer meetings to be held in Perry
today (Wednesday) and tomorrow
(Thursday) at the Perry/Taylor County
Chamber of Commerce.
In addition to answering questions,
producers will also show a short video
with helpful tips for filming.
Spots for the documentary are. open
on a first come, first served bass
Spaces remain available To
volunteer, call (800) 322-9378 ext.
114 travel to
Camp Cherry Lake
Schools buses were lined up for
duty at Forest Capital Hall Monday as
4-H staffers loaded up 114 campers
for a week at Camp Cherry Lake in
Of the 114, more than 60 were from
Taylor County; others were from
Wakulla and Suwannee counties.
With staff included, some 125
traveled to Madison for a week of
canoeing, archery, swimming and
The value of
Erika Hall reminds readers of the
purpose and mission of MainStreet,
while plugging the upcoming
rehabilitation of the old depot See
Editonal page, B-2.
.If you're interested i .joirridg.
MainStreet's historical restoration.
please see the. membership
application on page A-3.
Meatloaf to go?
Taylor County Senior Services
continues its "fund-raising Fridays"
with a meatloaf dinner Friday, June 17
Dinners are $5 each and must be
reserved by 5 p.m. Thursday, meals
can be picked up after 12:30 p.m at
the Taylor County Senior Center (800
West Ash Street).
The menu will also include rice.
tomatoes and okra, flat pole beans
and baked apples.
Entries sought for
'They Were Here'
The Taylor County Historical
Society is accepting submissions for
the 16th installment of its "They Were
Forms are available at the society's
downtown museum, which is open
every Thursday from 1-5 p m.
set June 27, 28
Senior portraits for the Taylor
County High School (TCHS) wilt be
made by Prestige Portraits ot
Lifetouch Studios this summer
These are the portraits which will De
used for the 2005-06 yearbook
Formal and informal portraits are
scheduled Monday and Tuesday. June
27 and 28, from 9 a.m. to noon and
from 1-4 p.m. in the TCHS
The make-up date is Wednesday.
July 13, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m
Seniors may contact the studio tor
more information regarding poses
clothing and times by calling (8001
At Taylor Senior Services
The financial stability of Taylor
County Senior Services (TCSS)
was questioned at last week's
county. commission meeting
following a 2003 audit report citing
Earl\ into last Tuesday night's
regularly school board meeting, the
board passed a recommendation
that Patricia Bowden be
permanently transferred from her
job at Ta lor Technical Institute, to
a position in the district finance
However. a few\ minutes later.
the board \was addressed by George
Bowen. director of Su%\annee
River Service Unit. field
representative for the non-
instructional union, w\ho told the
board they would need to make a
decision on a grievance filed by
another district employee, who
claimed seniority for the position.
"A vacancyy announcement for
the position in accounts payable
\as posted and a recommendation
was made to fill the position
pending board approval." Bo%\en
"The grie ance. filed by
Charlotte Karns, pointed out that
the employee recommended by the
Superintendent (of Schools Oscar
Howard Jr.) does not meet all
numerous financial and managerial
missteps, leading the commission
to add County Administrator
Buddy Humphries and County
Commissioner Malcolm Page to'
the organization's board of
TCSS Executive Director
Barbara Bratcher asked the
commission to release its second
and third quarter budgeted funds,
totaling $12,500, even though an
audit was not submitted for 2004.
The funds were held back by the
county after financial problems
with TCSS surfaced.
"The findings of the 2004 audit
would be very similar to the 2003
audit, so they (the auditors) didn't
feel it was in the best interest of the
organization to do an audit at this
time," Bratcher said.
"This has been a real dilemma
for the Taylor County Senior
Services," Humphries said. "Ms.
Bratcher and the staff that's in
place now are doing everything
they can to rebuild what they have
"I would hate to see the senior
citizens suffer because of
something the people here tonight
"** Please see page 2
-. ... Development on
:: the rise in Perry
S, ; .'. : Development is the new buzz word at City Hall. On .a daily basis,
---. ." : officials are fielding calls and questions about site plans, building permits
.. U\t and subdivision requirements.
I' U 1"The City of Perry is experiencing a substantial development boom right
'' now," Community Development Director Bill LaValle said, noting that "at
S i er'' least, dozen new homes are currently under construction and we continue
voters :to get inquiries about proposed new subdivisions."
.,-could ?e'st While some projects remain in the speculative stage, others are
a.: : w.. oi-k'r during preparing to break ground. Site plans have been approved for the following
Sletion.s th projects:
te~'turnout : --Phase II of the strip mall project adjacent to Wal-Mart on Jefferson St.
f:n- 0U, bti '10 The new building will house one store, Aaron's (furniture sales and lease).
a' vf1ed voters. in --An "out parce!" development in front of Wal-Mart. The proposed
S- ~Iip.a a hd adcast 11,500 square foot building will have space for two restaurants (each with
I 11 of :41, a drive-through) and additional retail stores.
--- d 870 o --A new 28;000 square foot Badcock showroom on South Jefferson St.
,--Construction of anew car lot for Gulf Coast Auto, which is re-locating
Eb ..-Iwo. to the forn-,er Bassett's Dairy property on Highway' 19.
'.q .-'ct4, htarles "All three of those are waiting for contractors to pull building permits,"
; P-' ..LaValle said. "And of course a new Subway shop is under construction
.." -.... 2 now on Highway 19."
Residential construction has also stepped up in 2005 with several new
S 'homes 6eing built in the Quail Point subdivision as well as Pine Ridge.
board rescinds transfer
qualifications on posting,
specifically a good attendance
record in a pie' IOUs position.
"The grie\an[ IKarns meets all
qualifications and is most senior of
applicants meeting qulifications at
the time of deadline for appl ing."
Houkard noted to the board that
Bo\\den's absences \ete due to
illness and death in her famnil\. and
the boaid expressed pathth.
Bo'\en pointed out that Bo\tden
had missed 113.4 dai s during the
2004-05 school \ear It was also
noted that prioi to family\ illness.
Boi den \.as out 32 4 da\s during
the 2002-03 school sear and 54
days during the 2003-04 school
Bo\ven also stated that during the
three Nears preceding the
grie\ance. Bo%\den had missed a
total of 197 days--\ which exceeds a
contract vea 1i 10 months i of
employment Bowen indicated that
Bo"\den works s 1t) months, not 12
months per %ear.
After discussion and
consideration by the board. Board
Member Darrell \\ lddon made a
motion to rescind their pre ious
action of placing Bowden in the
position. noting that she had not
met the qualifications.
Whiddon :ruled that
grievance, which was filed,
Karns, had merit and that
applicants who applied on time,
Karns and Paige Proenza, would be
"*. Please see page 2
Southerland strives to
preserve Titus' legacy
Newest Ta\lor County School
Board member Mark Southerland.
o ho was appointed to the position
by Go\. Jeb Bush Thursday. is
happy to ser\e. but sad as to the
circumstances surrounding- the
The seat became available when
board member Shirley Titus died
April 13. lea ing the \aconc\.
"One of the seasons I \\anted the
board position," Southerland said
Tuesday, "is that.Shirley was a
great friend and I really wanted to
help keep her legacy going.
"Many years ago, when my
mother died, Shirley brought me a
book that she and my other English
teacher, Mrs. Lanier, had signed.
The book was called 'Remember
the Soul,' and I have it to this day."
Southerland said he had
considered getting into the local
political arena for "quite some
time," but that now seemed like the
most opportune time. '::
"I've seen things happen in this
community for the last few years
and I've wondered why they-'
weren't changed," he said. "I guess
sometimes you can't see the clear
"*** Please see page 2
The Taylor Coun\t Planning
Board will soon ha\e its okwn
attorney. That's after the county
commission voted last \week to put
the issue into the budget for the
next fiscal year.
"The issues coming before the
planning board are becoming more
and more complicated all the
time." Commissioner Jack Brown
said. "One of the things \we
discussed at the recent workshop
was to gi\e more guidance to the
The funds for the position could
be at least partially raised, he said.
by making changes to the fee
structure for development.
"That should help defray costs."
Brow n said.
"I agree we need an attorney at
times." Commissioner Pat
Pauerson said. But I think v.e
need a part-time one.
County Attorney Coniad Bishop
said. "You don't- ha\e a full-time
county attorneN." calling himself
more of an on-call" attorney .
He recommended that the board
advertise for the position and get a
"bid" for an hourly rate as well as a
"It should cut down on appeals
and help streamline the process.'
"Noimall\. I wouldd \ore against
something like this."
Commissioner Cla\ Bethea said
"But this is important
Bethea made a motion to add the
position starting in the ne\[t isci, l
\eai. Brotn seconded and the
measure passed 4- I. v. iih Pattei son
Members of the Perry All-Stars (10-year-olds) crowd into the dugout Friday in
Madison, waiting their turn at bat. The team won the district title Sunday and will play
in the state tournament next month. For highlights, please see Sports page A 6.
For Planning Board
County adds new
A-2 The Taco Times June 15, 2005
principal at TCMS
Continued from page 1
Fighting City Hall
Around 6:20 Sunday morning, the driver of a 2001 Ford car, Tasha B. Colon, 35, was traveling nonh on Jefferson Street,.
when she veered off the roadway, jumped the curb and first struck a small tree in front of City Hall. The car continued north
on the sidewalk, striking an iron garbage can, an iron bench, another Iron street light pole, another. iron bench, another
iron garbage can and then another tree, all owned by the City of Perry. The vehicle came to rest on the corner of Jefferson
Street and Drew Street. The driver side and passenger side airbags deployed, but Ine driver stated that she did not sustain
injuries in the crash, according to a report filed with Perry Police Department. Police say that $7,500 in damages was
sustained to city property, while the vehicle sustained $2,500 in damage. Colon was charged with no proof of insurance,
careless driving and failure to produce drivers license.
picture unless you're a part of it."
Southerland said that high on
his list of "proposed changes" is
to be interviewed
Continued from page 1
given interviews and one of them
would be selected by Finance
Director Bill Hunter, to fill the
position, if all qualifications are
Board member Kenneth Dennis
seconded the motion, which passed
Hospital's kitchen equipment donated
Continued from page 1
had nothing to do with." he said.
Bob Powell of James Mloore &
Co., TCSS's auditing company,
as well as Janice Wise with the
Area Agency on Aging (AA-) for
North Florida also addressed the
TCSS receives most of its
funding from AAA for North
Florida, a private, non-profit
organization that contracts with
the state to coordinate federal and
state programs for seniors..
In a letter sent to the
commission, prior to the meeting,
Wise said, "We began monitoring
their fiscal and administrative
performance on a monthly basis
since last April. when, after a
routine fiscal monitoring, we
I realized they were not able to pay
their bills on a timely basis and.
that the prior executive director
had paid herself leave time and
additional salary outside their
"There has been a' ast
improvement :since Barbara
Bratcher has been hired as
executive director," the letter
Continued. "At our last monitoring
on May 19, we noted that all past
bills have been paid, that there
were also remaining funds to cover
the end of the month payroll. atid
that billings are being done timely
so that additional funds would be
In response to a list of
procedural and managerial
problems found in the 2003 audit.
Bratcher sent a letter James Moore
& Co.. dated N1Ma 24, including
proposed changes in policy to
correct the problems found Some
of those measures include:
"The former executive director
was authorized to sign checks in
2004. The board of directors has
adopted a dual signature policy.
"Turning in cash 'was
ambiguous at best and encouraged
theft because there were no clear
cut procedures in place for
financial accountability Since
March 1, 2005. monies have been
received and deposited on a more
"Policies and procedures are in
place \ hereby no loans or cash
advances will be made to
employees under an.
"There were months where
there was no record of board of
directors meetings. Board
meetings are (now) recorded
electronically and manually to
document all actions taken by
board members in all meetings."
At the commission meeting.
Humphries pointed out that AA.A
funds approximately $350,000
annually to TCSS. "We're talking
about $15,000 from the county."
"I read the packages of
information that ou provided the
board, and I'm impressed with the
measures your organization has
taken to get your affairs in order.".
Commissioner Malcolm Page
Page then made a motion to
release the funds Commissioner
Pat Patterson seconded.
Commission Chairman Daryll
Gtinter said he-would support the
motion if the TCSS would
appoint HTumphries as a member
of the.:TCSS board as well' as a
..Page volunteered to be the other
"Your policy is to not. release
funds without an audit."
Humnhries said. "and 1 want to be
sure \ou understand that before
you make that decision."
Commission Jack Brown asked
Powell to address the board
Powell said that his firm was
prepared to begin the 2004 audit a
month ago, but during meetings it
\\as determined that conducting the
audit was not the best course of
"This is money they can save.
Pa) ing us $5,000-6.000 to issue a
report to you that is going to have
the same findings that they had,
just did not make sense." Powell
The 2005 audit would be
completed next February' and ready
to submit to the commission b}
March. he said.
"I wanted thai to come out."
Brown said. "I wanted the public
to understand. There will be other
times with other organizations
that will come up and we will sa\
'no. we can't release the money at
this time.' There's a \ hole lot of
difference when >ou ha\e the
auditor standing up before us."
Powell also recommended that
the TCSS provide the commission
with a cops of their 2004 Q99'
form (Federal tax form for non-
profit organizations) giving the
commission a look at the 2004
The commission then voted on
the amended motion and it passed
Bratcher also asked the board to
consider a request that the couni)
donate to TCSS kitchen
equipment left at the old Doctors'
Memorial Hospital buiding.
The equipment included: one
two-section gas deep fr'yer unit.
one five-section hot well unit, one
six-burner gas sto e, one
refrigerated deli station, one
condiment stand.'iray rack. one
baker sheet rack, one butcher
block table,stand, one wall pot
rack and two large refrigerator
"My suggestion to the board is
we leave the equipment intact at
the hospital until we have an
opportunity to sell it," Humphries
If the equipment was not an
issue with the buyer, then it could
be released to TCSS, he said.
"The Department of Elder
Affairs changed the nutritional
guidelines for seniors and he had
to hire a registered dietitian to plan
out meals." Bratcher said.
"We serve approximately -10
seniors a da\ and on Friday s we
serve around 70. We're having to
do all the cooking on the itw
pieces of equipment we hate
Brown:made a motion to give
the equipment to TCSS and Page
seconded. The motion passed
an improvement' of morale at
Taylor County High School.
"When I was in school, I played
sports. All the kids wanted to be
involved in everything, especially
sports," he said. "I feel like if we
want a good sports program at our
high school, the board has to
"I've always used Taylor County
Middle School as a good example
of the way a school should be
run," Southerland said. "Principal
Paul Dyal is a good leader and
always has kids and parents to do
their best because they want to.,
They participate in in-school and
"People can learn from Paul.
He's done a wonderful job, The
school has great morale and the
kids and teachers love him.
"ITm not saying I have all the
answerss" Southerland added.' "In
.fact, I'll probably have more
questions than anything. But I.can
say this. If someone asks me
something. I'm going to give
them the best answer I can. It may
not always be what they want to
hear, and it may not always be
right. But it will be to the best of,
Continued from page 1
August and Don Cook; and
District 5, James "Jim" Box,
Doug Everett and John W.
Results were to be posted at the
courthouse by Supervisor of
Elections Molly H.. Lilliott
shortly after the polls closed at 7
Complete coverage of the
winners and voter turnout will be
published in Friday's Perry
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Drowning claims the lives of nearly
3,000 people every year.
Always provide personal flotation
devices (life jackets)
Teach kids to swim
Always swim with a buddy
Keep a watchful eye on children even if
there is a lifeguard
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Ages 7-13 years -- 2nd thru 8th grades
Please call584-8804 anytime to schedule an appointment.
We willset up a time for you to come in to learn about our school,
and pick up an application packet.
If you are looking for something different for your child, this just might be
the place. ,We have smaller classes, individualized work plans, no time limits
(your child can take the time they need to master their curriculum or take
advantage of the time to excel into the next grade level). We do not hold
them back. We test to find their weakest points and develop a plan to help
them master their individual skills.
S < We are a Christian-based school!
To find out if,yotir child is eligible for the McKay Scholarship Program go to
www.opportunityschools.org and file a parent intent to see if they qualify.
They will also have a list of parent responsibilities for you to keep you informed.
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Here she is...
Mrs. America visits fourth grader
Reigning 2005 Mrs. America
Julie Love-Templeton paid a
surprise visit to Englewood
Elementary School in Tuscaloosa,
Ala., to visit fourth grader Hannah
Sheffield, the granddaughter of
Dave and Molly Sheffield of
Sheffield portrayed Love-
Templeton in a school production
spotlighting famous Alabamians
and the impact they have had
locally and nationally.
While at the beauty parlor, Mrs.
America's grandmother heard about
the play and was told that a little
girl had dressed up in a white
gown and tiara, pretending to be
She related the story to her
granddaughter, prompting the
Mrs. America presented
Sheffield with an autographed
photo and a .rhinestone necklace
,and crown. The necklace and
crown are gifts traditionally
exchanged between contestants in
the Mrs. America pageants.
Sheffield is daughter of Dean
and Sabrina Sheffield Tuscaloosa,
Ala., and the granddaughter 'of
Ronnie and Eloise Hinton, also of
Taylor County High School Student Council members, along with the help
Nelson, popped popcorn for high school students as a treat in celebration
FCAT test. The popcorn was donated by Capital City Bank.
of sponsor Susan
of completing the
Canadian phone scam
targets senior citizens
Sheriff L. E. "Bummy"
Williams and the Taylor County
Sheriffs Office have been notified
by several citizens of a phone
scam currently being conducted on
Taylor County citizens.
The scam originates from
Canada, with'someone calling and
telling the individuals that they
have won a substantial amount of
welcomed a very special visitor to her
school--Mrs. America Julie Love-
money, which is tax-free.
To receive the money, the
person has to send money to the
caller, usually by Western Union.
"Please note that this is a
scam," said Williams., "You have
not won any money. Please do not
send money to the caller."'
If you have any. questions,
please contact TCSO at 584-4225.
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Perry's chapter of the Red Hat
Society, the RoseHeads, held their
May meeting at Fiddler's
Restaurant in Steinhatchee.
Davis-Daniels to exchange
vows at Riverside Church
Gary K. and Cathie Davis of Perry announce the engagement of their
daughter, Virginia "Ginger" Louise, of Mayo, and Paul Williams Daniels
Jr. of Mayo, the son of Paul Daniels Sr. of Miami and Betty Parker of
The wedding will be an event of July 16, 2005, at 3 p.m., at Riverside
Baptist Church in Mayo. All friends and family of the couple are invited
Lee Durham, Hollie Rowell
July ceremony will
unite Rowell, Durham
Richard and Kay Rowell announce the engagement of their daughter,
Hollie, to Lee Durham, the son of Lander and Sharon Durham, all of
The bride-to-be is pursuing an RN degree while employed with
Happytime Preschool. She is the granddaughter of Al and Lou Ellen
Moore, and the late A.Y. Rowell and Mary Rowell.
The groom-elect is employed with Big Top Manufacturing, and is the
grandson of Robert and Judy Durham, and Margie Cooper.
All friends and family\ of the couple are invited to attend.
The wedding will be an event of July 30, 2005, at 2 p.m., at Pleasant
Grove Baptist Church, with a reception following.
Hanners, Tull to exchange
vows Saturday in Sirmans
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hanners of Lee announce the engagement of their
daughter, Amber Lynn, of Shady Grove, to James Riley Tull of Shady
Grove, the son of Valerie Jackson, and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Tull of
A June 18, 2005, wedding is planned at 2 p.m. in Sirmans Missionary
Baptist. Church in Sirmans. No formal invitations have been issued; all
friends and relatives of the couple are invited to attend.
Jennifer Lee Andrews and Justin Davis Amman remind friends-and
relatives of their wedding Saturday, June 25, at 6 p.m. in the Hilton
Grand Vacations Club in Orlando.
Houcks gather on Saturday
The Houck Family Reunion
will be held at the Chaparral Steak
House on Saturday. June 18, from
10 a.m. until 2 p.m. in the
Family members are urged to.
bring pictures and mementos of
"Please contact any out-of-town
relatives and bring everyone in
We are looking
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Twelve members gathered at noon
on Saturday, May 28, to attend to
business and "do lunch." Ten
were Red Hatters (50 and over),
and two were Pink Hatters (under
The May committee of Norma
Collins, Cookie Workman, Laura
Taylor and Martelle Shiver
decorated tables with red and
purple placemats and coordinating
accessories. As mementos of the
day, each place setting featured'
Red Hat candy, a small Red Hat
bear and a Red Hat decoration for a
Before lunch was served,
Patricia Lindsey announced details
of the June meeting. Cheryl
Gregory asked if there was interest
in having an entry ih the Forest.
Festival Parade, and the response
was positive with many
volunteering to help, Debi
Limoges reported that there are
ample funds in the chapter's
account to cover supplies and
materials for decorations.
After lunch, everyone sang,
"Happy Birthday" to Norma
Collins and Nancy Simons who
remembered to reverse their colors
to announce their May birthdays.
Numbers were drawn for door
prizes which included a mug filled
with candy, Red Hat visors and
other signature items. The
hostesses also had a special gift
for Queen Mother Hattie Adams.
Everyone agreed that the food
was delicious and the service was
great. Fiddler's was a wonderful
choice, especially for this time of
year, and the May committee was
commended for this successful
McKinsey Renee Gilbert
James L. Gilbert and Jeannie Revels of Mayo announce the birth of
their daughter, McKinsey Renee Gilbert, on May 31, 2005, at 12:17 in
Tallahassee Regional Hospital. She weighed 7.pounds, .13 ounces, and
was 21 inches long.
Maternal grandparents are Patsy Padgett, Milledge Revels, and Walter
Johnson. Maternal great grandparents are Jean Johnson, Wilbur Revels,
Ada Revels, and Jimmy Rae Padgett.
Paternal grandfather is Fred Gilbert and paternal great grandmother is
She is welcomed home by a brother, David James, and.a sister, Naomi
Now accepting .
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including maternity & nursing uniforms
(please box items no bags)
When: Friday, June 17 & Saturday, June 18
9:00 am 2:00 pm
Where: 1723 S. Jefferson St. (Christian Bookstore)
We buy gently used,name brand clothing of all
sizes & ages:and also shoes,
accessories, belts, purses & jewelry
r, Devera Eakins, owner
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Red Hats 'lunch' at Fiddler's
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Registry *:. 1
Jennifer Lee Andrews
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June 25, 2005
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From formal to woodland
A-5 The Taco Times June 15, 2005
Mock and 'Tablescapes'
The Steinhatchee Garden Club
hosted a Tablescapes luncheon
May 23 at the Steinhatchee
Proceeds from the event will be
used to send children to summer
"Some of the Garden Club
members decorated tables with
different themes.' We had
everything from a formal table to
a Harley Davidson table! Laura
Mock from Perry made flower
arrangements. Lunch consisted of
quiche, broccoli salad, fruit and
Key Lime pie. We had guests
from Tallahassee, Madison,
Monticello, Perry and Old Town.
Everyone had a great time and we
raised a lot of money for the kids,"
garden club member Linda
Steinhatchee Garden Club's Tablescapes luncheon raised funds to send local youth to summer
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10s both sweep to win district titles
Perry's 9-year-old and 10-year-
old all star teams both swept
through their district tournaments
last weekend in Madison and now
advance to their respective state
tournaments next month.
The 9s allowed just three runs
in three games as they defeated
Wakulla 13-2, Madison 8-1 and
Wakulla, again, in the
championship game 8-0.
The 10s defeated host Madison
6-3 on Friday, then Wakulla 9-3
and Madison again in the title
game 5-1. Details on the 10-year-
old tournament will appear in
Friday's Perry News-Herald.
Perry's 9-year-olds faced
Wakulla in the first game Friday
and recorded a 13-2 victory. Joe
Pelt started on the mound for
Perry. After taking a 12-1 lead
Pelt was relieved by Triston
10-year-old all star Gavin Lewis (above) lays down a bunt
while team mate Dylan Harty (below) hurls a pitch during
action last Friday in Madison.
Barfield for the third inning.
Daniel Wentworth came in for
Barfield in the bottom of the
.fourth inning to close the game.
Pelt faced nine batters, giving
up no hits while striking out three
and walking one. Barfield faced
three batters striking out one while
Wentworth faced six batters
giving up one hit and striking out
two. Perry was led at the plate by
Pelt who was 2 for2, followed by
Jacob Barr 2 for 3, Chance
Rodgers. 1 for 3, Wentworth 1 for
2, Grant Parker 1 for 2 and Daniel
Dudley 1 for 3.
Later in the day Perry faced host
team Madison County and posted
an 8-1 win. Wentworth pitched 5
scoreless innings scattering 4 hits
while striking out 8 batters and
Barfield.came in to close the
game striking out two and giving
up only one run.
Dustin Driver led the Perry
team at the plate going 2 for 3
while Pelt, Barr, Jonah Nbwberry
and Parker all added one hit each.
Tough defense, timely hitting and
strong pitching proved to be more
than Madison could handle.
On Sunday Madison faced
Wakulla in the losers' bracket
game with Wakulla coming out on
top. This set up the rematch
between Perry and Wakulla later
in the afternoon.
Pelt again took the mound for
Perry and was able to pitch a
complete game shutout allowing
only 4 hits and recording .7.
strikeouts while walking only 4
baters'in the 8-0 victory.
SPelt and Wentworth both were 2
for 4 at the plate with Rodgers,
Driver, Barr, 'Newberry, Parker
and Evan Grambling all recording
one hit each. Perry batters only
struck out 4 times during the game
and committed only one error
which again.proved to be more
than Wakulla could handle.
"The players stepped up against
two tough teams and gave 100
percent until the end. Our kids
played with confidence and made
the routine plays. When you
make the routine plays and then
add great pitching and hitting then
you can win games the way we
did this weekend," Coach Mark
Assisting with the coaching
duties were Joe Rodgers and Mark
The 9s travel to Jacksonville
next week for the state
Members of the Perry 9-year-old all star team include, front row (left to right): Grant
Parker, Evan Grambling, Caleb Wentworth, Dustin Driver, Daniel Dudley and Triston
Barfield. Second row: Chance. Rodgers, Jarquise Simmons, Daniel Wentworth, Jonah
Newberry, Jacob Barr and Joe Pelt. Back row are coaches Joe Rodgers, Mark Wentworth and
In Madison and Wakulla
11s, 15s in action this week
Letters must include a name and
daytime contact phone number.
SPerry's 11-year-old all stars and
the 15-year-old squad begin post-
cr seasonplay this \eek.. competing
in their respective district
The 11s travel to Madison
Friday for a 5:30 p.m. game
against the winner of the
Madison-Wakulla contest at 3
A win puts the local team in a
1:30 p.m. game on Saturday while
a loss forces them to play
Saturday at 11 a.m.
-- The-,15s head4o-Wakulla Friday
for a first round game against'
Jefferson County. That contest
will begin at 7 p.m.
With a win on Friday, Perry will
tangle with Wakulla Saturday at
11 a.m. while a lose puts them in
.an elimination game Saturday
afternoon at 2:30 p.m.
The 12-year-old team travels to
Monticello June 23 for its district
Perry's 13-year-olds by-pass
district play since they villbe
hosting the state tournament here
July 14-18 and get an automatic
The local 17-under all stars
began their regular season last
week and will compete in the
state's northern division
tournament starting July 7 in
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3 churches combine for V.B.S. next weeM
'Roadtrip' planned for 3 churches
The Immaculate, Conception Catholic Church, First Presbyterian
Church and St. James Episcopal Church announce that they will host a
"Rambling Roadtrip" as this year's Vacation Bible School, June 20-23.
Dinner will be served each evening at 5:30 p.m. in the Catholic Parish
Hall, with Bible studies and fun activities following. Classes will be
available for children 3 years old and up.
For registration forms and more information, please contact Mary
Carter at 584-9605.
Cook-out kicks off V.B.S.
Kids from 2 years to sixth grade are invited to attend Vacation Bible
School at Crosspoint Baptist Fellovwship June 20-24 from 6 until 9 p.m.
There will be.a cook-out on June 19 at 5 p.m. to kick off the event.
Games and "all sorts of fun" are promised.
The church encourages young people to "come join the fun as we'take
off for an ad\ entire around our beautiful country."
Questions' Call 584-5441.
Yard sale Saturday; fish dinners offered
Triumph the Church and Kingdom of God in Christ %%ill hold a yard
sale on June 18 beginning at:8:30 a.m:
Father's Day banquet set
' By B.D. WILLIAMS
S.,-No Matter What
: No natter wrhat the trouble, no.
Smatter how bad you feel. God
always loves you, and His love
: will always heal.
S When ever you face a problem,
keep on saying your prayers, and
you will receive a blessing, from a
S:God who always cares.
A Father's Day banquet will be
held Saturday, June 18, at 6 p.m.
at New Brooklyn Church's dining
hall. A $6 donation is requested.
SYour support and attendance is
greatly appreciated. The event is
sponsored by the Men's Ministry
-of New\ Brooklyn M.B: Church.
The Talent and Fashion Show,';
sponsored,by Jenny Miller and
others, has been canceled.
i It was an enjoyable occasion
Sunday afternoon beginning at 3
p.m. at New Brooklyn M.B.
Church where George Kerr #125
O.E.S. celebrated its 81st
anniversary. The attendance was
.ery good; there were Masons.
Stars and Heroines from Madison,
Jefferson and Taylor counties. The
service %as grand and the guest
speaker was the Rev. Donald
McBride. Mrs. Katie Monroe,
Past Worthy Matron, and Worthy
Matron Mrs. Thelma Newberry
were honored and surprised by the
chapter. At the close,
refreshments were served in the
Card of thanks
SiHur at all, just thought of us that day.
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Perhaps you sent a lovely card hearts, we thank you so much,
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you sent a funeral spray, if so we
saw it there. Perhaps you spoke Thank you,
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Fish dinners will be sold, at 11 a.m.
.The church is located at 708 Swartz St.
Glorious Praise Concert scheduled
Glorious Rain Church of God of Prophecy presents its second annual
Glorious Praise Concert on Saturday, June 18, with doors opening at 6:15
p.m. The concert begins at 7.
Omega Forbes. Music Man Dre and the Family'& Friends Chorale will
QUESTION- If beauty is
the most important
attribute in determining
personal worth in this
culture, what is in second
DR. DOBSON: It is
intelligence as expressed in
scholastic aptitude. When the birth
of a first-born child is immithent,
his parents pray that he will be
normal -- that is, "average." But
from that moment on, average
will not be good enough.
Their child must excel. He must
James Edward Wallace
James Edward Wallace, 71, died
June'7. 2005, at his home in Perry
after batling a rare neurological
Born Dec. 22, 1933. in Zeigler.
II., he served 20 years in the U.S.
Na v. serving aboard the Li S S.
Fulton, U.S S. Sperry, U.S.S..
Buchannan and U.S.S. Norris.
Mr. Wallace spent 16 years as a
foster parent. Ain avid reader of
Louis L'amour, he was an active
member of the Tin Can Sailor'and
the Fleet Reserne.
Spending time with his children
and grandchildren was his biggest
He was preceded in death ty his
parents, Melvin and Locke
bVallace; a sister ShirleN Wallace; a
bother Lero. Wallace: and a
grandson, Buddy Wallace
Survivors include: his \ ife of 50
years, Shirley Ann Wallace; four
sons, James Wallace and wife
Mary, Jason Wallace'and Jeremy
Wallace, all of 'Perr\, and John
Wallace of Gorctile, Ill.: three
daughters, Jami Smith and husband
Herb, Jennifer Slaughter and hus-
band Jimm\ of Perr. and
Jacqueline Wallace of Carrabtlle;
grandchildren, James Wallace Jr.,.
Leslee Sunderland and husband:
Paul, blanihes W\allace and wife
Alisha, Tiffany Wallace. Russell
and Kaitlyn Smith, Bryanne
Dorman, Tomm5, Jessica, Seth and
Abby Rucks: one great grandson, J.
J. Sunderland; two sisters, Doime
Bartoni and husband Charlie of
\est Frankfort, Ill., and Betty
Gulledge of Carterville, Ill; two sis-
ters-ih-law, Sharon Wallace and
\'erda illagomez ot Pheonix.
Ariz.; and special friends. Ricky.
Smiddy and John Wells.
Graveside services were held
Saturday. June 11, at 11 a.m. at
Pineview Memorial Gardens.
Family members recent\ ed friends
Friday, June 10, from 6 until 8 p.m
at Beggs Funeral Home.
In lieu of flowers, donations may
be made to the family
succeed. He must triumph. He
must be the first of his age to
%%alk or talk or ride a tricycle; He
must earn a stunning report card
and amaze his teachers with.his'
'"wit and wisdom. He must do well
in Little League, and later he must
be a track star. or first-chair
trombone, or valedictorian. His
sister must be a cheerleader, or
senior, class president, or the
soloist, or the best pupil in-her'
. Throughout the formative years:
of childhood, parents give their
The church is located at 110 E. Maurice Linton Rd., directly behimd-:
Buddy's Furniture Rental. Please call 223-1194 or 545-5697 fa.
Evangelist to speak at Friendship Chapel
Friendship Chapel Church of God will welcome Evangelist MiiE
Carson Jr. for services June 20-24 in Steinhatchee. For additionriF-
information, please contact-Pastor Chester Ash at 352-498-5403.
'We're counting on you to
do something fantastic'
kids the same message day after
day: "Were counting on you to do
"something fantastic. Now don't
disappoint us!" The hopes, dreams
and ambitions of an entire family
sometimes rest on th shoulders of
an immature child. And in this
atmosphere of fierce competition,
the parent who produces an
intellectually gifted child is clearly
holding the winning ticket.
, Unfortunately, exceptional
children are just that -- exceptions.
-Seldom does a 5-year-old
memorize the King James Version
By James Dobson ,
of the Bible, or play chess
blindfolded, or compose
symphonies in the Mozart
manner. To the contrary, the vast.
majority of our children are not
dazzlingly brilliant, extremely
witty, highly coordinated,
tremendously talented or
universally popular. They are jiist-
plain kids with oversized needs to-
be loved and accepted as they areF:
Thus, the stage is set for-:i
unrealistic pressure on the younger:'
generation and considerable:.-
disappointment for their parents.
Have you considered Physical Therapy?
S; I: : Ask your doctor or call 223-3997 for information.
We invite you to visit our Perry clinic located in the
Wihn Dixie Shopping Center
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Amvets Post 20, ladies auxiliary
and Sons of AMVETS meet 3rd
,Tuesday of each month, 7 p.m., at 2499
Woods Creek Road.
American Legion, Steinhatchee
Post 291, fourth Tues. 8 p.m.
Alcoholics Anonymous meetings are
held Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays
(closed), 8 p.m., at Heritage House on
Washington Street, across from public
library; and another AA group who meets
Monday; Wednesdays and Thursdays
at Serenity House located at 1260 Hwy.
98 West across from the BP station at 8
AL-ANON, St James Episcopal
Church (in library). Wednesday 12 noon
to 1 p.m.; 584-2146. Thursday aL 6 30
for beginners meeting with regular
meeting 31 7 p m
The Way: Christ centered recovery
group meets on Fridays al 7 p m at
Serenity House on Hwy 98 W, across
from BF Slation Open to alcoholics
add"if family members arnd iriends
AARP: laIs Wed 10 am at Fir;t
Airport Advisory Commission. 4t-h
Monday. 12 noon. Perry.Foley Airport
American Legion Post #96 ist
Tues. 7 p m American Legion Hall
Big Bend Hospice Advisory
Council: 4th Tues noon. 107 East
Chamber of Commerce: third Thurs.
8 a rr chamber board room
City Council: 2nd and ail Tues at
530 p m
Civil Air Patrol (CAP): 2nd and 4th
Mon 7 pm main hanger at airport.
County Commission: first Mon and
third Tues at 6 p m counhouse annex.
Diabetes classes every Tuesday. 2
p m Doctors' Memorial Hospital
FAMU Alumni Chapter, second
Mon 7 p.m Jerhins Center
Perry Masonic Lodge 123, meets
first and Ihird Monday nights. 7 30 p m.
Girl Scouts Service Unit: first Thurs.
6 30 p m Scout Hut
Healthy Start Coalition: fourth Mon
9 am Taylor County School District
Administrative Office Complex
Historical Society: open Thursday
afternoons 1 5 p m
Home Educators League of Perry
(HELP): second Thurs 1 30 p m
Forest Capital Hall 584-8553 or 584-
Humane Society of Taylor County.
2nd Wednesday, 6 p m. Forest Capital
Juvenile Justice Council: third
Thurs 9 a m.. at Juvenile Justice Office.
1719 S Jefferson '
Taylor Coastal 'Communities
Association meets each 2nd Tuesday of
rnnth, 7 p m at the Keaton Beach Hot
Kiwanis Club: Wednesdays noon.
Joyce's MainStreet Cale
La Leche League International 2nd
Wed 10 30 am Taylor County Public
Lady Elks: second Thurs, 8 pm,
Main Street Perry: First Monday of
each month, Perry/Taylor County
Chamber ol Commerce at noon
Mothers of Pre-Schoolers: first and
third Fri Call 584-3826.
Muskogee Creek Indian Nation: 2nd
and 4th Sat 7 pm Tribal grounds.
Lyman Hendry Road.
Muskogee Creek Indian Tribe: Oak
Hill Village on Woods Creek Road, 1st
Narcotics Anonymous: Wednesdays.
8 pm a 1260 W Hwy. 98 at Serenity
House (dirt road across from BP Station).
These are open meetings to those
interested in addiction Call 223-0036.
Also. Saturday, 10-30 a m--open
NAACP: 2nd Sun 6 pm, New
Brooklyn Missionary Baptist Church.
National Wild Turkey Federation
(Yellow Piine Drummers), holds open
monthly on first Thursday, Golden Corral.
Optimist Club: Thurs, noon at
'Joyce's Mainstreel Cale
Perry Garden Club: third Wed, 10
Perry Elks Lodge: Tues 8 p m
Perry Lodge #187: 1si 3rd Wed 7
p.m Masonic Hal:
Perry Lodge 123, F&AM, first and
third Monday nights 7 30 p m
Perry Woman's Club 2nd Wed,
noon (Sept May, subject to change).
Perry Shrine Club: 4th Thurs, 7 p.m
(club house on Counney Road)
Planning Board: 1st Thurs. 6 p m.
Courthouse annet (old post ohrice)
Republican Party of Taylor County:
Second Thursday ot every month at
Chamber of Commerce E-mail Tommie
Stanaland at tstanaland'@yahoo cornm or
Rotary Club: Tues, noon at B J.'s
School Board: 1st and 3rd Tues. 7
SHARE distribution: 4th Sat 10 a.m
Social Security: representatives 2nd
Tues., 8 30 a m to 12 noon, courthouse
Sons of Confederate Veterans
meets fourth Tuesday at VFW Post on
Center Street. 7 pm For location, call
Taylor Adult Program (TAP): Thurs.
10tO a m. 502 N. Center Street. 223-0393.
Taylor Coastal Water and Sewer:
3rd Wed at 18820 Beach Road, 5 p.m.
Taylor County Task Force Against
Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault: 4th
Wed, 12 noon at Joyce's Mainstreet
B-1 The Taco TimeS June 15, 2005
Taylor County Democratic Party
meets the third Monday. 7 p m at ;he
Golden Corral Call 584-9656 or 584-
Taylor Development Council: 2nd
Wed. 4 p.m., at Chamber.
Taylor County Development
Authori.yL2nd Mon 5 p.m al Chamber..
Taylor County Historical Society:
3rd Mon. 7 p.m. Historical Society
Taylor County Horseman's
Association Horse Show: 2nd Sat, 10
a.m. Arena located on Bishop Blvd
Taylor County Leadership Council:
2nd and 4th Friday, 7 p m Jerkins
VFW Post #9225: 2nd Tues, 7 p.mr
(American Legion building)
Fifteen advance to national corn
Taylor County hosted a
National Qualifier meet May 14-
15, with 15 local gymnasts
among the 230 athletes
All 15 athletes advanced to the
national competition, which was
held the week of June 8-12 in
Orlando at Walt Disney World
Wide World of Sports.
Of those attending the
qualifier meet, Lisa Arrowood of
Taylor Gymnastics, Cheer &
Dance said: "People are always so
impressed with our community.
We had a couple who said they
were thinking of moving here.
Then others were already curious
as to when we were going to host
another meet. A meet of this
stature would not be possible
without the continuing support of
our local businesses and
Gymnasts adding to their 9.0
scores, include: .Level 3,
Ashlyn Perry, 9.3 Vault; Level 4,
Adrienne Barwick, 9.7 Vault, 9.0
Beam and .9.0 Floor; Alison
Roberts 9.2 Vault, 9.0 Bars and
9.15 Floor; Haley Koon, 9.45
Vault, 9.0 Beam and 9.0 Floor;
Kinzi Mattingly, 9.4 Vault;
Jharmara Simmons, 9.1 Vault and
9.0 Floor; Sydney Gatewood, 9.0
Vault; Mod. Ops., Nikki Blaske,
9.0 Vault and 9.0 Floor; Level 5,
Regan Slaughter, 9.4 Vault; and
Darby Guyton, 9.2 Floor.
Take me home...
. National qualifiers shown above include: Ashlyn Perry, Kaylyn Wright, Kinzi Mattingly,
Sydney Gatewood, Allison Roberts, Casey Viola, Adrienne Barwick, Haley Koon, Jharmara
Simmons, Darby Guyton, Reagan Slaughter, Katie Verges, Alexis Burkett, Taylor Schmidt and
Nikki Blaske along with coaches Nasko Alagenski and Maria Marinova.
City Mouse &
Country Mouse (
The Taylor County Animal
Shelter has the following
animals available for adoption:
--Austrahan Blue Heeler mix
puppies, eight weeks old.
--Bulldog mix puppies.
12 weeks old.
--"Little B," female
Chihuahua mix puppy. 10 weeks
Rottweilers, male and female.
both one year old.
--Two male Redbone Hounds,
one year old.
--White Husky mix. one year
--Walker Hound, male. two
--Light orange, Calico and
dark tabby kittens. ages six to
For adoption information,
contact the shelter at 838-3525.
The shelter. located at 3750
Highway 98 West, is open 7:30-
11:30 a.m. (after 11:30 a.m. by
Touring theatre to perform
The Atlantic Coast Theatre for
Youth will present an updated
version of the Aesop's Fable "The
City Mouse & Country Mouse!' at
the Taylor County Public Library
Thursday, June 16, at 3 p.m.
The Atlantic Coast Theatre for
Youth is an acclaimed professional
touring theatre for young,
audiences and families. It is based
in the Orlando area and artists
perform-for schools, theaters, art
centers, communities and libraries.
"This performance is part of the
Florida Library Youth Program for
2005. You may piclk up program
schedules and find out more
information about the 'Read
Around -Florida' activities at the
library," Children's Librarian
Suezette Stephens said.
The library is located at 403 N.
Washington Street. Library
information can also be found on
the library website www.tclf-
National honor roll
students are named
Henry Lee (center)'of Gunrunners Gun and Pawn recently presented a Beneli shotgun to the
local Sons of Confederate. Veterans (SCV) chapter for a fund-raising raffle "to help preserve
Our Confederate heritage." W.J. Rogers was the winner of the shotgun. Members of the SCV
extend thanks to Lee "for his encouragement and, support of our efforts." They also thank all
who participated in the fundraiser.
Bickel earns degree
Ta\lor County local Andrew
Bickel completed an A.A. degree
at North Florida Community
College in December 2004 and on
lMay 5, 2005 graduated with an
A.S. degree in Criminal Justice
'A packed auditorium df family
and friends watched as Bickel and
other NFCC graduates marched
during commencement exercises
held at Van H. Priest, Auditorium
in Madison. NFCC President
Morris G. Steen, Jr. presided over
The ceremony included
candidates for graduation in
academic and vocational programs
for the summer, fall and spring
terms of 2004-2005: 176
Associate in Arts degrees, six
Associate in Science degrees, 14
Associate in Applied Science
degrees, 21 vocational certificates,
and 43 GED diplomas were
For more information contact
the NFCC Office of College
Advancement at firstname.lastname@example.org or
The names of students who
qualified for the 2004-2005
National Honor Roll have been
announced and 33 area students are
on the list.
The National Honor Roll
recognizes high-achieving high'
school and middle school students.
"Young people like our
inductees, who work hard to attain
academic success, deserve to be
congratulated," said Lynn Romeo,
publisher of the National Honor
"Honoring their achievements
provides motivation and
encourages them to continue
striving. We're proud to include
them in the National Honor Roll."
The local students who have.
qualified are: Daniel Aman, Flint
Archer, Shane I. Bailey, Ryan A.
Baker, Chucketta M. Beaty, Kasie
M. Cruce, Sonya D. Dowdell,
Danisha. Ellis, C'mone K.
Gillyard, Glen Hammers, Lauren
K. Hardin, Derrick C. Harmon,
Randy Hays, Kia F. Hill, Jennifer
K. Hunter, Joey W. Jarvis, Sara
K. Jones, Shauna Kapperman, Joe
J. Kezele Ii, Keandra M. McNeal,
Bryant K. Miller, James B. Mock,
Blake A.. Moore, Jaren R.
Murphy, Samantha V. Murray,
Sara E. Poppell, Katherine V.
Powers, Jennifer Reams, Bradley
Straka, Laura Van Blaricum,
Anastasia V. Wiggins, Heather
Williams and Ethan J. Young.
NFCC to publish
North Florida Community
College students, faculty, staff and
alumni contributed poems, short
stories and art work for the third
edition of NFCC's literary and arts
magazine, The Sentinel Review,
published the first of May.
The publication's cover features
a black and white photograph
entitled "Foggy Hike" taken by
NFCC student Mario Peralta of
Taylor County. Offered inside are
20 poems, two short stories and
two digitally altered photographs.
Contributing poetry are
Kathleen Andersen, Monticello;
Crystal Baxter, Live Oak; Kerry
Cohen, Madison; Kenya Ellick,
Madison; Danielle Fries, Live
Oak; Andrew Harvey, Madison;
Katie McGroarty, Perry; Edlnys
Rodriguez, Madison; Lanee
Sanders, Madison; Kim Scarboro,
Madison; Steveh L. Schneitman,
Live Oak; Thelma Thompson,
Lee; Thomas A. Tuffin, Jennings;:
Marie Waldrop, Madison; and
Dashia Wallace, Madison. Linda
Brown and Marie Waldrop, both of
Madison, published short stories
in The Sentinel Review and
Stephen Bochnia of Madison
contributed two digitally altered
Faculty and staff of NFCC who
served in creating the publication's
third edition are John Grosskopf of
Monticello, editor; Nancy White,
associate editor; Lisa Frank, art
editor; and Linda Brown and Kim
Scarboro, production editors.
Copies of The Sentinel Review
are available in the NFCC
Library. An online version can be:
vie w ed a t
B-2 The Taco Times
June 15, 2005
Writers share opinions
on coal-powered plant
'Decent, good-paying jobs' anticipated
Re:,$1.4 billion plant here?
Great! Now, we're talking good
We're in dire need of "good,
clean" energy in Taylor County. It
will be good for businesses, good
for our people.
It would be a blessing to have
our children work near home.
Give them decent, good-paying
jobs with good benefits and
retirement. This is what we need.
Let's put feelers out. Cater to it,
Rope 'em in!
Don't give us a missile base,
where we will live in fear and
insecurity. We don't need a big
mess made of our Nature Coast.
Go for the better.
Thanks for listening,
Litwin: Is this really a win-win decision?
SIn response to the county
commission's decision to approve
the coal fired power plant, this
concerned citizen would like to
hear about the good things this
'would bring to.the county.
One of our commissioners
talked to people on both sides of
the issue, did some research on the
internet and declared that this is a
win-win situation for the county.
SIn the Tallahassee
Democrat dated June 5, 2005, in
an. article about the coal fired
power plant, a Miss Holly Binns,
who is a clean air advocate for the
iFlorida Public Interest Research
iGroup, said, and I quote, "Coal is
ithe energy technology of the past,
'it is dirty and dangerous. I am very
Disappointed that the city is
;interested in being a part of a coal
plant. No matter what
advancements are out there,
inherently, coal is a dirty way to
get our power."
She also said medical studies
have concluded that people who
live near coal plants are at risk for
lung, brain and heart damage, and
newborns and young children are
at risk for chronic mental.and
developmental learning illnesses
from mercury exposure.
Is this what we need, more
pollution in Taylor County?
Binns did not have one positive
thing to say about a coal fired
In the short term it will create
1500 jobs for the construction part
of the project, .but most of these
jobs. will be filled by outside
contractors who will then go on to
their next job. Long term, it will
create 150 jobs, that may or may
not be filled by people from
To our county commissioners,
please give us the facts why this
is a win-win for our county. -If
this is such a win-win for our
county, why did the people of
Leon County refuse to have a coal
fired" power plant in their
A decision that affects our
health as much as this one does,
should not be made by our county
commissioners. It should not be
made by the Jacksonville
Electrical Authority, and it should
not be made by elected officials in
Tallahassee. It should be made by
the people of Taylor County, who
will have to live with this
irNSTRJEiEr M IINUI-TIE
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Wll you st, I de o's ,.,e ByiERIKAHALL
Will you support old depot's rehabilitation?
i The purpose of this column is to
.dispense general information on
:the goals and objectives of
[MainStreet Perry, as well as the
State and national Main Street
programs,. in addition to
[addressing the issues and
concerns of local residents and
THE EVOLUTION OF
The National Main Street
:Center was established by the
iNational Trust for Historic
,Preservation,(NHTP) in 1980, and
,has forged a powerful nationwide
Movement of more than 1,700
"commercial district revitalization
-programs in cities large and small.
IThe center provides on-site
:technical assistance in
,neighborhood and downtown
commercial revitalization to
communities of all sizes. It also
offers a certification program in
management, produces the Great
American Main Street Awards,
Operates the National Main Street
Network, and serves as an advocate
to both government and business
for Main Street districts.
Florida Main Street, which is
administered by the Bureau of
Historic Preservation, Division of
Historical Resources of the Florida
Department of State, is a technical
assistance program available to
traditional historic retail corridors
designated as local Main Streets.
The bureau conducts statewide
programs aimed at identifying,
evaluating, and-, preserving
Florida's historic resources. Main
Street, with its emphasis on
preservation, is an effective
strategy in achieving these goals
in Florida's historic retail districts.
Since 1985, the state has invested
Wednesday, June 15, 2005
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Member Perry/Taylor County Chamber of Commerce.
over $4 million in state funds to
more than 90 participating
communities, yielding a total
public/private investment of more
than $1 billion, 3,000 new
businesses and more than 10,000
MainStreet Perry, Inc., is a non-
profit advocacy and action
association 'dedicated to the
Sre italization of the heart of Perry.
'Funding for the goals of
MnainStreet Perry is provided by
local and :state governments,
businesses, memberships. and the
voluntary contributions of
individuals. MainStreet Perry
seeks to preserve the community's
heritage by restoring its historic
.and traditional downtown to a
working and profitable economic
center, strives to represent local
interests by/ coordinating the
efforts of others, supports efforts
to improve aesthetics of the
environment from storefronts to
parks, strives to preserve the
community heritage through both
historic preservation and economic
restoration, and recruits a mixed
balance of new businesses and
assists those businesses by
attracting customers to. the
WHY ARE MAIN
As we move into summer 2005,
we are gearing up for our first
major project--the rehabilitation of
Rosehead Station, the former train
depot on the southern perimeter of
the downtown area. Eventually,
we,hope to house offices, a local
history gallery and a visitor's
center within the structure. With
this effort, we anticipate 'the
ignition of revitalization and
preservation efforts throughout
Perry. But community
involvement is key to success.
To realize such an
accomplishment, we need to foster
sincere community interest and
commitment. And that's why we
need you! So join Main Street
Perry today. Help re-invigorate
your community and preserve its
heritage for generations to come.
Erika Hatt, a graduate student at
the University of Florida, is
interning with the City of Perry's
.Department of Planning & Zoning.
i Let's ask somebody
.. By SUSAN H. LINCOLN
It was with great joy that we met the "Thank you," I said to the young man,
Grandmother and the Aunt on the banks of and then in a tone which resembled an
the Chattahoochee River in Eufaula, Ala., order, I added, "We've got it under control
for a wet family reunion in a series of wet and you can go along now." He watched
family reunions. .me, watch4ifim fgo.a,good half-mile,until I,
"We really should contact some drought- determined the distance to be
stricken area in the United States and see comfortable.
if they'd like for .us to have a family "Don't just ask anybody anything," I said
reunion there," said the Cousin as she to the Grandmother.
struggled to remove deviled eggs and "Well, I thought he worked here," she
luggage from her car. said, and then in the next breath, "Let's gi,
I was pulling the Aunt's suitcase, while get lunch."
holding my umbrella, when I noticed a We piled into the car which had
young man approaching from the distance. previously carried ice chests and picnic
I had already done a closer survey of the food, and headed to a barbecue restaurant
.hotel grounds and observed an entourage which had been recommended by other
of passers-by who were not affiliated with family members.
the establishment. "It's on the way to the state park," the
"Let me help you with that," said a young 'Cousin said confidently as the windshield
man, coming down the sidewalk. wipers kept time.
He didn't know that. I had been to New "Let's ask somebody," said Aunt No. 2.
York recently and was, therefore, a savvy "Oh God," said I.
traveler. "It can't be much further," said the
"I can manage it myself," said I, for I Cousin.
realized it would be quite easy for him to "Pull over and let me ask somebody,"
roll that suitcase for a couple of miles said her mother.
before I finally caught up with him on foot, A brawl was about to ensue, when the
but I-would have caught up with him on Cousin relented as we have learned to do
foot because it was the Aunt's suitcase, (only on occasions) in our middle-age
and I'd rather die trying to save it than years. She forcefully veered the car into a
meet defeat. parking lot and said to her mother, "Ask
As family traits become clearer with age, somebody."
it occurred to me that this kind of We were next to a truck holding three
stubbornness runs wide and large in my passengers. Its windows were rolled up,
family. In most cases, it has served us but Aunt No. 2 had lowered hers to ask the
well. Surely one day, it will kill us. As my question.
thoughts rambled, I also observed that the The truck's passengers looked .at us and
Grandmother would rather ask somebody found us as suspicious as I found the
else a question than find the answer young man wanting to help with the
herself. And I note this with due respect suitcase.
and a certain amount of admiration. So they didn't roll down the windows.
I had a death grip on the Aunt's suitcase What they didn't know is that if they had
when the young man asked, "Well, if you not complied, she would have hurled
won't let me take that suitcase for you, herself on the truck hood. Not to be
could you loan me a little money?' denied, she made a rolling motion with her
I am always conscious. of my hand, indicating their responsibility to roll
surroundings and had already determined down the windows and talk to us.
my trmbrella and my car keys to be my Carefully, the passenger on the far right
best weapons. If he came one step closer did so. Only halfway, though, and
to me or the Aunt's suitcase, when he probably while telling the driver to be
regained consciousness, he was going to ready to "gun it."
remember this family reunion, and not for "Let'me ask you something," she said.
the rain. "Can you tell us how to get to L.A.'s
"I'm afraid I cannot," I said, trying to be Barbecue?"
firm but polite. A look of relief crossed over his face.
As I struggled with luggage and this We hadn't killed him. Oh joy.
stranger, my mother--in the distance-- We found the restaurant and were
shouts at him, "Let me ask you something; seated.
can you tell me where Room 131 is?" "I wanted French fries," said Aunt No. 2.
From behind him, I shook my head at her Her daughter and I looked
furiously, thinking how uncomfortable it sympathetically in her direction and said
was that he now knew which room we plainly, "I don't see that on the menu.
were staying in. "Let's ask somebody," she said, and we
I just shoved right past him and shouted all just rolled our eyes as the 48 hours of
back to the Grandmother, "He doesn't sheer psychology, antiques, rain, fried
work here; I'm coming." chicken and cake took place under the
"Oh," she said, then realizing that I was guise of a family reunion.
double-timing on the sidewalk nearest the Did we have fun?
car. Let's ask somebody.
II I I
Austin Emfinger shows off
his seafood handling skills at
the 4-H "Wild for Water"
Lan raL how at workshoD:
B-3 The Taco Times June 15, 2005
Improve customer service.
The Tailor Count Small All those who register before register after June 24 will be $30).
Business Outreach Center will June 24 will receive a free Florida To learn more about this:.i
host a Small Business Customer Business Disaster Survival Kit workshop or to pre-register, please
Ser ice \Workshop \\ednesdav. CD., (The fee for those who call the chamber at 584-.5366.
June 29, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
at the Golden Corral Restaurant.
Lunch is complimentary.
"This workshop is for anyone,
who takes customer service
serious\ and \%ants to either
impro% e theirs or learn more about
how to maintain good customer
serv.ice. Anyone \'ho owns a
business -hould attend this event.
Our-guest speaker i ll be Gayle
Lee with Ga\le Lee & Associates.
LLC." Director Dau n Ta Ior said
Registration for this event ill
cost $15 for chamber members and
$25 for non-chamber members.
TCMS ends year with a 'Hoot'
Taylor County Middle School
ended with the 2004-05 school
year with a bang with the entire.
student body reading the book
"Hoot" -by Carl Hiaasen, a native
of Florida and currently a resident
in the Florida Keys. She also
\. rites for the Miami Herald.
SThe book as part of Gov. Jeb
Bush's "Read Together Florida
Project," which aims to have "all
Florida students be able to read at
or above grade level by the year
Teachers said most TCMS
students agreed that "Hoot" was a ;
funny 'knd enjoyable, adventure
Chrissy Ward, an 8th grade
student, said, "It is an intriguing
story that leaves you in suspense."
Wild for Water
Summer Day Camps are in full swing. Shown here are
Christina Portwood, left, and Kaylee Denmark visiting the
Gulf Specimen Marine Lab during the 4-H "Wild For Water"
Clean up your
By DAWN TAYLOR
Keep Taylor County Beautiful
Liter and graffiti can lake its toll
on a neighborhood and invite
crime. but Keep Taylor County
Beautiful (KTCB) has a solution.
KTCB partners with community
groups that would like to "spruce
up" their neighborhoods. KTCB
can pro ide all the supplies.
including trash bags. disposable
gloves and t-shirts to let everyone
, know that oui''re helping' 6'ur
All we ask in return is for the
group coordinator o' report the
number of volunteers who
participated and the amount of
S rash collected.
Participating in a neighborhood
clean-up helps instill a sense of
community pride, sends a message
to would-be offenders that crime
will not bt tolerated and-reduces
the risk of exposure to our local
%% wildlife. The elimination of illegal
dumpsites can also reduce the risk
of mosquitoes. rodents and the
threat of West Nile virus
Research has shown that one
(abandoned) tire can produce
10,000 mosquitoes, which help
spread the disease.
If you are.interested in learning
more about getting involved with
a community clean up, please call
Call Ganr or Lidia 850-223-1900
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Editor's note: It is the policy of this
newspaper to run the names of all
those arrested and booked at the
Taylor County Jail. All those listed
below have been charged with a
crime, but are considered innocent
until proven guilty.
Donald Jarvis, 43, 831 Scott
Road, possession of burglary
disorderly intoxication, Dep.
Tasha Dione Driver, 25, 800 N.
James Smith Road, VOP
(possession of less than 20 grams
cannabis, possession of drug
paraphernalia), Ptl. Norris, PPD.
John Kevin Smith, 48, Hwy.
27 West, DWLS/R (knowingly),
Ptl. Norris, PPD.
Billy Jack Gilliland, 31, 581
Bryant Russell Road, VOP
(manufacturing a controlled
substance, introducing contraband
into county detention center), Dep.
Jana Wade Baumgardner, 20,
Paige Street, uttering forgery,
Dep. Hawkins, TCSO.
Richard Talmadge Mathis, 41,
P. O. Box 412, 6th Street,
Steinhatchee, capias, (burglary of
a dwelling), VOP (DWLS/R,
Habituall, Dep. Davis, TCSO.
Andrea Jabbar Green, sentenced
to 270 days in county jail, DWLS
(knowingly), careless driving,
possession of less than 20 grams
cannabis, Off. Bickel, FWC.
Edward Shawn Oglesby, 22,"
202 N. Young Blvd., Chiefland,
bond revoked, Cpt. Johnson,
Anthony Joseph Strain, 27,
1206 1/2 N. Jefferson, possession
of stolen property, DWLS/R
(knowingly), Dep. Nowlin,
Michael William Henry, 35,
Spees Harris Road, grand theft,
cheating, warrant from Levy
County for fraudulent checks,. PtL
James Spencer Brown, 48, 300
Nebraska Avenue, Tampa, DWLS,
FTA for no valid drivers license,
Trp. Smyrriios, FHP.
Emanuel Angel Nunez, 33, 117
Mazelle, Houston, Texas, no valid
drivers license, Dep. McKenzie,
Steve Garza, 106 Maril n
Drive, Houston, Texas, DWLS,
Dep. Lundy, TCSO.
Tyrone David Miller, 33, 19 W.
Walnut Street, disorderly
intoxication, Ptl. Johns, PPD.
Candace Nichole Morgan, 20,
1503 Woodard Street, possession
of cocaine, possession of drug
paraphernalia, Ptl. Franklin, PPD.
Eric Harris, 20, Pate Street,
possession of cocaine, Ptl.
Billy Ray. Agner, 21, West Fair
Road, leaving the scene of a traffic
crash, Ptl. Deeson, PPD.
Jade Danielle Lilliott, .516
Morgan Whiddon Road, resisting
without violence, possession of
alcohol by minor, Dep.
Nakylia Keshie McCallister, 17,
East Jane Avenue Apartments,
aggravated battery, Ptl. Norris,
Johnny Lawrence Walker, 47,
East Grant Road, Mount Dora,
VOP (DWLS, habitual offender),
Sgt. Cruse, PPD.
Robert David Hqndry, 22, 3590
Woodmore Lane, VOP (grand
theft, burglary of a structure), Ptl.
Justin E. Sarsfield, 26, inmate,
VOP (introduction of contraband
into prison), St. Cruse., PPD.
Daniel Williams Haynes, 24,
San Leon Texas, VOP (assault
with a deadly weapon), Dep.
Kristina Nicole Holmes, 22, E.
Elm Street, DUI, Sgt. Cruse,
Joe Shawn Dykes, 34, Dice
Road, attaching tag not assigned,
no valid drivers license, Sgt.
John Dempsey Brooks, 46, 659
Blue Waters Court, Tallahassee,
VOP (DWLS), Dep. Hawkins,
Sonya Caddell, 39, Puckett
Road, unemployment fraud, DUI,
Dep. Hawkins, TCSO.
William Carl Merritt, 52, 5628
Pompano Place, domestic
aggravated assault, Dep. Woods,
Michael Rossman, 33, 810 E.
9th Place,.Panama City, FTA for
pretrial (no valid drivers license),
VOP (no valid drivers license),
Dep. Thompson, TCSO.
Ixio Nunez, 31, 108 1/2
Magnolia Road, back for court,
Dep. Hawkins, TCSO.
Anthony B. Gillis
Army National Guard Pvt. Anthony B. Gillis. has graduated from the.
Light-Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic Advanced Individual Training (AIT)
course at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Aberdeen, Md.
The course is designed to train soldiers to perform unit maintenance and
recovery operations on gasoline and diesel fueled light-wheeled vehicles,
including prime movers designated as five-ton or less and their associated
trailers and associated items.
Soldiers were trained to perform maintenance and recovery operations on
track and heavy-wheeled vehicles, and on material handling equipment;
maintain power assisted brake systems, vehicle suspension systems,
wheel/hub assemblies, mechanical steering systems, hydraulic power
steering systems and crane/hoist/winch assemblies.
The private is a 1990 graduate of Taylor County High School.
* Diabetic foot care
* Fore foot/rear foot surgery
* Wound care
* Sports medicine '.
. Ingrown Toenails
*Heel Pain Dr. Paul Reynolds
NowAccepting New Patients
For appointments, call
Now seeing patients in Perry on
Tuesday and Thursdays
1211 N. Center St.
SAdjacent to Dr. Tulio Sulbaran
(formerly Dr. Diane Haisten's office)
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Support For Life's Journey
When someone you love is diagnosed with a life-
limiting illness, let Big Bend Hospice helpyou
through the physical, emotional and
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Women's Health Centers
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Obstetrics & Gvnecology Services
S \ginal Deliveries
S. Laparoscopic GYN Surgeries
Monday Friday 8:00 a.m 5:00 p.m.
For an appointment, call
Need Contact Lenses?
Order on the web at:
or call 584-2200
Dr. Michael Walby
(850) 843-0364 (cell) Gerald Murphy, owner
Gus and Manuel Smyrnios
850-223- 1 402
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Hearing Aids .
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Small ds...big deals!!
Mutli-Family Yard Sale, Friday, 8-12,
clothes, desk, bathtub, juicer, crockpot,
collectibles, antiques (sewing machine,
Cushman smoking stand, bottles), mason
jars, CB, boat seats, wood boxes/lids,
fireplace insert, wood stove, much more,
1272 Langford Lane-(lst road past San
Pedro Rd. sharp curve), Rain or Shine.
Moving Sale, Thursday, Friday and
Saturday, 2 1/2 miles North of Old
Highway Patrol Station, Across from Boyd
Road, furniture, clothes, truck, chip vans,
etc. Rain or Shine.
The Biggest Yard Sale Ever! Fri & Sat, 7
am-until. Whatever you need we
have...Furniture, Jewelry, Clothing (Plus,
Big&Tall, Baby, Boys & Girls), Rugs,
Chair:....Come one, come all, 2150 Golf
Course Rd., off Hwy 98. Rain or Shine.
Batting Cage, 55' long, pitching machine,
pitches rubber bells, buyer takes down,
$900, Tommy or Debbie Hall 584-7537 or
An A.R.E Truck Topper, $275, also,
equipment & horse/stock trailers, new &
Garage equipment, to much to list, also,
computer with real time labor guide, call for,
Antique 54", tiger oak pedestal table with
two 10" leaves, $1200, also, six matching
ornate spindle back antique chairs, $1200,
Appliance Service and Sales
We have washer, dryers, stoves,
refrigerators, window AC units, wringer.
washer, freezers, in stock now $100 and .
up..Get the most out of your window AC
this summer by letting us chemically
,clean your AC, 1302 N. Jefferson, 584-
7773, Hydraulic Liftgate for sale, $800.
,HP Computer, like new, has complete
"'features; plus package includes disk,
books PC for Dummies & Internet' for
Dummies. 3/4 Sofa bed, wing back chair (
brown tweed). Call 584-4493.
- Valentine Produce
S Fresh picked-Blanched-Flash Frozen-
zippers, butter beans, black eyes, white
acres, ford hooks, cream corn, okra and
green beans, will deliver to Perry on
SSaturdays. 352-498-2580 or 352-578-4256.
New leather sbfa and loveseat, $750, can
SCome in Southern Oaks and see our, new
line of Florida Jewel&y. 584-3221.
SCollector's Cars For Sale,.Various Drivers
Earnhart'Sr. and Jr., Jeff Gordon, Mark
Martin, Rusty Wallace, Bobby,Labonte and
SMany Morell '
Interested .buyers can' call 584-5086,
SMonday-Thursday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p;m.
S Relocating from Tallahassee are. 'lootling
for 3 bedroom houie or Mobile Home, must
allow yard dogs, must be clean, please
Handyman Special, 3 BR 1 tath, 3/4
Complete, new woodwork, on city lot near
Nursing Home. Asking $15,000. Job out of
Stown,,must sell. 386-329-8485, leave
'For Sale, s/wide.moble home 3 bedroom
S 1 bath, completely remodeled e:celerin
condition, leave msg. at 850.-23-1714
SLand for sale, 221 between Shiloh Church
Rd; and Cairo Parker Rd. 1 acre lots with
paved roads. Owner financing available.
Please call (386) 658-1346 or (850) r84.
j 7466, Badcock's.
SWanted, 10-20 acres, must be buildable for
a residence, please call 941.628-4632,
Sask for Richard.
Pre-construction luxury townhouses. 1,400.
sq. t. 584-4678.
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P c $18,000
Built in 1950s
3 Bedrooms, 1 Bath
All Pine Wood Floors
.New Central H/A
House moved at buyer's expense.
Call for appt. 584-5454
4 acres, $16,00b, 3 acres, $12,000, end of
Johnson Stripling Road, call 584-5898.
1999 Homes of Merit, 3 BR/2 Bath, living.
room, family room w/ fireplace, located on
1.3 acres with large shady oak trees, two
car carport, front porch, three sheds (one
boat), call 850-584-4116.
2 & 3 Bedroom Homes 4-Sale, owner fin. -
in city limits, M-F, 9 A.M.-5 P.M, only, 584-
For Lease, Keaton Beach, 3b/2b on Canal,
floating dock, argue sireenred in area. fish
clearing siallon N..o Sub Leases- 229-56I.
3/2 BA, Block home on 1 acre, completely
fenced w/separated block shed for utilities,
located,outside city limits, $48,500, 850-
5 bedroom, 3 bath, L'/,'i;:d mobile home,
fii piar",, garden tub, excellent condition,
leave message at 223-1714.
2 Mobile Homes, great for storage-one
reinforced floor for forklift, $500 each, 9-5,
M-F only, 584-3221
96 Clayton 16x80,immaculate, 3 BR/2
BA, new blinds, W/D &kitchen floor, juiyiy
shed included you move, $28,000, 850-
For rent! Office space available at 800
West Ash Street, slae ol Taylor Cdunty
Senior Services. 'Call 584-4924 for
3/1 house, $350 mo.; $300 dep., 602 W.
Bacon St., 584-4678.
6,'10-7/1 ', ". '
Southern Villas of Perrv!
N.-r v ManaqiTmenl"
HUD Vouchers 'accepted. 10 and 2
bedroom HC and non-HC 3 cessiib
apairtmenir C.all 850-.84-81 I1 TODTT i
711. 315 Puckett.Rd. Perry, FL 32347
Equal Housing Opportunity.
Looking for applicants! Apply now for 1, 2
and 3 bedroom apartments. Equal Housing
Opporluniry Call 850-584-5668. 709 W.
Church SI, Perry, FL 32347. TDD/TTY
O is,. --
1991 Bayliner, 17.5.ft, 1/O, 135 hp.,
mercruiser, exc. condition, new bilge, runs
great, trailer inc., $4000, call for more info,
850584E27'9 o '50 5.98-0506 .
6/10, 6/22 .
2005 Kids.50 cc 4 wheeler new with
warranty, $800,o b o 223-1952 .
Travel trailer; 2000 24' Prowler. queen
bed, sleeps 6, lull klicnen!barh, dueled
hell/air, couch dinette lors of storage,
plus weiqnh disiribulion hilch
$8500/o.b o/Trade, 584-7003
2002 Yan Mar, 1500D, 4WD tractor, model
SIrondog with 4' razor mower, $5000 o.b.o.,.
call (850) 223-2956 or cell 1954) 298-0595
S 610. 6/ .
1999 .Pathfinder 19' Bay Boat w/trolling
motor, Bimini top, CD Player & Trim Tabs.
1999 130 hp Yamaha, $14,500, 850-672-
S0403, leave message.
1991 Bayliner, 17.5 ft, I/O, 1'35 hp ,
mercruiser, exc. condition; new bilge, runs
great, trailer inc., $4000, call for more info,
850-584-2779 or 850-598-0506.
2002 Buick Rendezvous. A very
comfortable, attractive vehicle, gets good
gas mileage (about 26 on highways).
Garaged and vMell cared for. Fully
equipped with auto, GD, power seat, a/c,
V-6 engine, ps, pb, leather/cloth seats,
third row seats/7-passenger, alloy wheels,
traction control, etc. Only 41,700 miles.
Average NADA retail is $16,025. Priced at
$13,700. Call 584-7883.
1991 Cadillac Sedan de Ville, 4 dr, fully
loaded, garage kept, exc, condition, $5000
Good dependable transportation starting at
$500.00 & up, 850-948-4869.
For Sale or Trade, 1996 Chrysler LHS,
very good condition, $5000, 584-2268 or
99 Honda Civic LX, 77K miles, automatic,
'four door, cruise control, power steering,
power windows, power locks, -keyless
entry, .am/fm stereo, .cd player, tinted
windows, 4 new tires, 850-584-3378, leave
message if no answer, asking $6,500:
Young Ringneck Pheasants and 8 week
old Cornish Rock Chickens, call 1-850-
223-2307, leave message if no answer.
For sale, White Poodle, 5 mo, old, for more
info., call 584-3380.
15.1 1/2 hands Percheron/quarterhorse'
gelding, bay. 3 years old. Shots and
worming up to date, good with farrier, Was
broke English, but we have been using
him Western on trails this past year. Very
stocky and can carry a large person.- Not
po:,,: bul is somewhat still green at 3
veir : :.dI.j e has been a great trail horse,
but we have to thin the herd. Located in
Dowling Park--$1,200 firm. Call 386-362-
1954 or 386-688-4954. Leave message:
We will return your call.
$ 10 Reward for Sl,:,ri .In:.,nsJuri hp
.Outboard Motor, Stolen From North Orange'
Street Apartments, Call Drew Taylor @
843.:26 3. ,
Loaders, Dump Trucks,
Next Class: June 20th
Associated Traning Services
Lost: Kodak digital camera with case in
area of Foley Cut-Off Road and Highway
30. Call 584-9300. REWARD OFFERED.
Lost male Siamese cat, answer to Emo,
lost in the White Tail Drive in Deerwood
Estates,' call Greta @ 850-578-2943.
Equipment Operator, dozier, backhoe, etc,
knowledge of underground utilities, site
work. Drug Free Workplace. Pay based on
experience. Valid DL preferred. Call 850-
Machine Operator/Line Technician (Night
SMaking adjustments as needed to ensure
assembly machine is running properly,
Production Supervisor (Night Shift)
One Stop Career Center.For Applications
or Call Dawn Couey @ (850) 838-2250
A Behavioral Health Care Center is
ADULT CASE MANAGER #2156
AVAILABLE REGULAR STATUS (40
HOURS' PER WEEK) OR TEMPORARY
OPS STATUS (20-40'HOURS PER
REQUIRES MINIMUM OF A
BACHELOR'S DEGREE WITH A MAJOR
IN COUNSELING, SOCIAL WORK,
PSYCHOLOGY, CRIMINAL JUSTICE,
NURSING, REHABILITATION, SPECIAL
EDUCATION, HEALTH EDUCATION, OR
A RELATED HUMAN SERVICES FIELD;
OR A BACHELOR'S DEGREE + 2 YEARS
FULL TIME OR EQUIVALENT
EXPERIENCE WORKING WITH ADULTS
EXPERIENCING SERIOUS -MENTAL
ILLNESS. VALID DRIVER'S LICENSE
REGULAR STATUS RATE $10.75 PER
HOUR/EXCELLENT BENEFITS OR
TEMPORARY OPS STATUS RATE
$12.92 PER HOUR/NO BENEFITS.
For more information and a complete
listing of available positions:
(850)523:3217 or 1(800)226-2931
yurnlan Resources, 2634-. Capilai C;rcle
N.E., Tallahassee, FL
Pre-Hire Drug Screen & FDLE background
check. An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
,Actiop Employer. Drug-Free Workplace.
Reps Needed in your area, 50%
Contact Terri at 584-8463 or 843-1285.
Part-time clerk positions available at Sea
Hag Marina. Appo.r, hour 25-35: Must be
',-,,: rdIlj c, hr:,,n li and punctual. Please
apply in person at 322 Riverside Drive,
Over 55 and
Interested in working in
the healthcare field?
If you qualify, Experience.
Works has paid CNA training
arid job opportunities funded
by grants from SBA.
Call Georgia at
A national nonprofit
"These U.S. Small Business Adminis-
tration (SBA) Grant Awards, #SBAHQ-
02-1-0034 and #SBAHQ-03-1-0058,
arefitnded by the SBA. SBA'sfunding,
is not an endorsement of any products,
opinions or services. All SBA funded
programs are extended to the public on
a non discriminatory basis."
Position vacancies under Taylor County
Board of County Commissioners:
Park Attendant temporary (April Sept.)
Part time (days and hour vary) max: 30
hrs/wk. $6.56 hr.
Summer Library Reading Assistant -
temporary/part time,'$6.18 per hour.
Engineer- $36,504- $41,080
EOE/Drug Free Workplace.
Position requirements and specifications
available at Taylor One Stop Career
Center, 224 N. Jefferson Street, Perry, FL.
32347 or www.tcfl-libinfo.com Submit
applications to Taylor One Stop Career
Center. Positions open until filled.
Florida Department of Transportation has a
vacancy in Taylor County:
Position Number: 55004468
Broad Band Title: Hirghway Maintenance
Working Title: Highway Maintenance
Closing Date: June 23, 2005
For more information concerning job
description and requirements and to apply
online go to:
or call 1-877-562-7287.
The Department of Transportation is an
Equal Employment Opportunity,
Affirmative Action and Drug Free
DIRECTOR OF NURSING
For Madison Nursing Center
60 bed SNF in Madison, FL.
Current DON relocating.
Excellent salary/benefits for exp.
RN with proven leadership skill,
Call (850) 973-4880
Fax (850) 973-2667
The City of Perry is taking
.applications for the
Req: Must have valid
Florida Drivers License
and be able to obtain a '
CDL within 6 months after
Salary: $8.12 $11..47
Applications are available
at the City of Perry Personnel
Office and will be accepted until
the position is filled.
CITY OF PERRY
224 S. Jefferson Street
Perry, FL 32347
DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER
GULF COAST, ,a-
METAL 3' Wide
Full line of
accessories in stock Painted
Special Flashings Made All Types Warranted Metal Available
Cut to your desired lengths 'Delivery Service Available
SCall Toll-Free 888-393-0335 352-498-0778 Horseshoe Beach, Fl.
RN SUPERVISOR NEEDEDm
Sign On Bonus
,NEEDS EXPERIENCED CLASS A DRIVERS
IN YOUR AREA FOR LOCAL HAULING.
GOOD PAY AND BENEFITS
Advent Christian Village
FT carpenter. High school diploma or
equivalent desired. Experience with
residential/industrial siding installation
required. Competitive benefits includes
health, dental, life, disability, savings,
AFLAC supplemental policies, access to
onsite daycare and fitness facilities. EOE;
Drug Free Workplace, Criminal
background checks required. Apply in
person at ACV Personnel Department,
Mon thru Fri, 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.,
Carter Village Hall; 10680 CR 136,
Dowling Park, FL: fax resume to (386)658-
5160; or visit www.ACVillage.net.
Machine Operator/Line Technician (Night
Making adjustments as needed to ensure
assembly machine is running properly,
Production Supervisor (Night Shift)
One Stop Career Center For Applications
or Call Dawn Covey @ (850) 838-2250
Accolades Hair & Nail Salon, Opening
June 30 has hairstylist position.available.
Convenient downtown location, flexible
hours, friendly environment, call 584-3375
for more information.
Boat Mechanic needed. Monday-Friday, 8
a.m.- p.m. Starting salary $500 weekly.
Must have experience working on motors-
& boat rigging. References required. Apply:
in person at 322 Riverside Drive,
The City of Perry is accepting
,resumes for the following
The City of Perry is seeking an
individual to fill the position of
finance director with a degree in
accounting, finance or related
field; and experience in all phases
of financial management.
experience and personal
computer skills desirable.
Salary Range: $37;190.40-
$50,016.95 annually with
excellent benefit package.
Send resume to:
CITY OF PERRY
224 S. Jefferson Street
Perry, FL 32347
DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER
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This is a full-time or part-time position.
Responsibilities include answering multi-
line phone, filing, sending
correspondence, keeping accurate records
for the office and being responsible for
dealing with' walk-in customers. This
person must be computer literate, work
well with others, organized, able to work in
a high-stress situation and be multi-
tasked. Must be proficient in the following
'computer software: Microsoft Word, Excel,
Publisher and Microsoft Outlook. Salary is
negotiable. Benefits include sick pay,
vacation time and holiday pay. Please
sehd resume and references to Secretary
Position, P.O: Box 892, Perry, FL 32348.
Experienced plumbers needed. Must have
a driver's license. Call 584-8603.
First Presbyterian Church of Perry is
seeking a parttime choir director who sees
music as ministry. Pay commensurate
with experience. Send resumes to First.
Presbyterian Church, P.O. Box 837, Perry,
FL 32348. Attn: Music Ministry. No phone
Advent Christian Village
Current JOBS Line Advertisement
call 658-5627 or visit www.acvillage.net
24 hrs/day, 7 days/week
Got a Passion for Compassion?
Direct care staff in long-term care setting.
FT and PT positions and various shifts
available. Florida certification (CNA) or
license(LPN) required. FT positions
include health, dental, life, disability,
supplemental insurance; 403b retirement
account; paid time.off, access to onsite.
daycare and fitness facilities. Apply in
person at Personnel Office Monday
through Friday from 9:00, a.m until 4:00
p.m., or fax resume/credentials to. (386)
658-5160. EOE/Drug-Free Workplace/
Criminal background checks required.
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TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY
NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
The Taylor County Board of County
Commissioners is soliciting sealed
proposals for. EIGHT (8) PORTABLE
TOILETS, WITH SERVICE, MAINTENANCE
Qualified firms or individuals desired to
provide the required services must
submit their proposal package In an
envelope or similar package marked
"Sealed Proposals for "EIGHT (8)
PORTABLE TOILETS WITH SERVICE,
MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR" to the Clerk
of Court, 1st Floor Courthouse, 108 North
Jefferson Street or P.O. Box 620, Perry,
Florida 32348, to arrive no later than 2:00
P.M., local time, on Tuesday, July 5,
2005. All proposals MUST have the
respondent's name and mailing address
clearly shown on the outside of the
envelope or package when submitted.
Proposals will be opened anc(
respondent's announced at 6:10 P.M.,
local time or as soon thereafter as
practical, on Tuesday, July 5, 2005 in the
Stelnhatchee Community Center,
Proposal Information MUST be obtained
from the Clerk of Court, 1st Floor
Courthouse, 108 North Jefferson St., or
P.O. Box 620, Perry, Florida 32348.
The County reserves the right, in Its sole
and absolute discretion, to reject any or
all proposals, to cancel or withdraw this
solicitation at any time, and to waive
any irregularities in the proposal process.
The County reserves the right to award
any contracts) to the respondent
which it deems to offer the best overall
service; therefore, the County is not
bound to award any contracts) based
on the lowest quoted price. The County,
In its sole and .absolute discretion, also
reserves the right to waive minor
defects in the proposal process and to
accept the proposal deemed to be in
the County's best interest. The County, in
its sole and absolute discretion, also
reserves the right to assign a local
'business preference in an amount of
flve(5) percent of the proposal price
pursuant to Taylor County Ordinance
No. 2003-12. No faxed proposals will be
For additional Information contact:
John Singer, Director
Taylor County Environmental Services
3750 W.-Highway 98
Perry, Florida 32348
BY.ORDER OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS, Taylor County, Florida.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD
JUDICIAL'CIRCUIT, IN, Ai ID fF rAYLOR
CASE NO.: 04-27-DP
IN THE INTEREST OF:
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Unknown father
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: unknown
MOTHER OF CHILD: Sue Ann Thomas
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a petition
under oath, has been filed in the above-
styled court for the termination of
parental rights and the permanent
commitment of S.S., a female child born
on 4/21/1998 in Alachua County, Florida
to the State of Florida, Department of
Children and Families, Adoption and
Related Services a licensed child
placing agency, for subsequent
adoption and you are hereby to be
,and appear in the above court at the
Taylor County Courthouse, Perry, Florida
32347 on Monday, July 18th, 2005 at 9:00
A.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
F-ILUI'rE 10 PERSONALLY APPEAR AT THE
ADVISORY HEARING CONSTITUTES YOUR
CONSENT TO-THE TERMINATION OF
PARENTAL 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
WITNESS my hand and official seal as the
Judge of said court this 3rd day of June,
6/8, 6/15, 6/22, 6/29
Notice of Public Hearing
Hearing Date: June 21, 2005
Subject of Hearing: Workers'
Compensation -Return to Work Policy.
THE DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD OF TAYLOT
COUNTY WILL HOLD A PUBLIC HEARING
ON THE ABOVE DATE FOR APPROVAL OF
SAID SUBJECT ITEM. THIS HEARING WILL BE
HELD AT THE SCHOOL BOARD MEETING.
THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO ATTEND TO
EXPRESS THEIR OPINIONS/CONCERNS. THE
PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD AT THE
ADMINISTRATIVE COMPLEX, SCHOOL
BOARD MEETING ROOM, 318 North Clark
Street. A copy of this policy may be
obtained from the Superintendent's
Oscar M. Howard Jr.
Superintendent of Schools
5/25, 6/1, 6/8, 6/15
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 3RD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR TAYLOR
COUNTY, FLORIDA GENERAL
CASE NO: 03-850-CA
GMAC MORTGAGE CORPORATION
CHARLES F. BROADWATER, IF LIVING, AND
IF DEAD, THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES AND ALL
OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING AN INTEREST-
BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST
CHARLES F. BROADWATER; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF CHARLES F. BROADWATER, IF
ANY, IF ANY; APRIL.F. BROADWATER A/K/A
APRIL FAWN BROADWATER, IF LIVING,
AND IF DEAD, THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES AND ALL
OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING AN INTEREST
BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST APRIL
F. BROADWATER A/K/A APRIL FAWN
BROADWATER; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
APRIL F. BROADWATER A/K/A APRIL FAWN
BROADWATER, IF ANY; JOHN DOE AND
JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN TENANTS IN
RE-NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an
Order Granting the Motion to Reset
Foreclosure Sale dated May 18, 2005
entered In Civil Case No. 03-850-CA of
the Circuit Court of the 3RD Judicial
Circuit in and for TAYLOR County, Perry,
Florida, I will sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash at the West Door of the
TAYLOR County Courthouse at 108 North
Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida, at 11:00
a.m. on the 21st day of June, 2005 the
following described property as set forth
in said Summary Final Judgment, to-wit:
LOT 11 AND 12 OF BLOCK ONE (1) OF THE
QUINNDALE SUBDIVISION OF THE TOWN
OF PERRY, FLORIDA, ACCORDING TO THE
MAP OR PLAT OF SAID SUBDIVISION ON
THE RECORD IN THE OFFICE OF THE
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Dated this 19 day of May, 2005.
Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: Marti Lavalle
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS
WITH DISABILITIES ACT, persons with
disabilities needing a special
accommodation should contact
COURT ADMINISTRATION, at the TAYLOR
County Courthouse at NONE, 1-800-955-
8771 (TDD) or 1-800-955-8770, via Florida
Notice Is hereby given to James and
Sherri Petri, 360 Tram Road, Columbia.
S.C. 29210, unless storage fees are paid
by June 16, 2005, on the 1985 Vessel,
vehicle I.D:#FSJBA8401485 to Edward M.
Collins Auto Sales, 7434 SW Moseley Hall
Rd., Greenville, Fl..32331; a mechanics
lean and Florida title will be applied for.
Notice Is hereby given to
Shannon Ryan Todd
Unless payment is made on
1994 Chevrolet C1500 P/U
. Vehicle will be auctioned on the
30th day of June, 2005
@ 10 am at Thomas Chevrolet
2128 Hwy 19S, Perry, FL
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14, and Johnson Stripling Rd. Newspapers can also
be taken directly to the county's recycling facility on
Highway 98 where hours are 7:30 a.m. to 400 p.m.
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