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Publisher: Perry Newspapers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Perry Fla
Creation Date: January 25, 2006
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Table of Contents
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    Section A: Main: Sports
        page A 6
    Section A: Main: Religion
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    Section B: Editorial
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Serving

Taylor County
Since 1961


o I imes Midweek

Tac 4 Tim eEdition


January 25, 2006


Tree Capital of the South '- .f.. o...... i


News


Forum


3 school board seats on ballot


County gears up for elections


Mark your
calendars...
The Perry/Taylor County Chamber
of Commerce invites its members to
mark their calendars and plan to
- attend the following chamber events:
--Friday, Jan. 27, 11:30 a.m.: Grand
opening and Open House of Nature
Coast Incorporated's Perry location at
814 South Washington Street
--Thursday, Feb. 23, 3 p.m. Open
House and grand opening of the new
Employment Connections One Stop
office
--Thursday, Feb. 23 4-7 p.m.:
Taylor Energy Center will hold an
Open House at the Perry Woman's
Club.
--Friday. Feb. 24: Annual Chamber
of Commerce Banquet at the Perry
Elks Club. Silent Auction and Social
Hour begin at 6 p.m.; dinner at 7 p.m.
'Guest speaker will be Patti Wood, a
professional motivational speaker and
body language specialist, and the
featured band for the evening will be
"Tom &1he Cats." Tickets are on sale
now; seating is limited.

'Tax-Aide available
in Steinhatchee
AARP Tax-Aide volunteers will be
available in Steinhaichee this tax
season for free tax preparation with
"'fast and accurate e-filing."
S Beginning in February, this service
'will be available by appointment at the
Steinhatchee Community Center.
To 'make an appointment, please
call Bonnie at (352) 498-0500.

SAC meets Jan. 31
Taylor County Elementary's School
.Advisory Council (SAC) will meet
'Tuesday, Jan. 31, at noon.
The meeting will be held in the
school media center. The public is
invited to attend.

Senior center
welcomes
speakers
Deacon Frankie Edwards will
.present a gospel music program t the
'aytor -Senibr Citizens Center tpday
.(Wednesday), beginning at 11 a.m.
On Thursday at 11 a.m., the center
'welcomes Taylor County Tax Collector
Jack Tedder as guest speaker.
His program will include items of
interest about the county tax
'collector's office and new information
f6ir 2006 pertinent to county residents.
The center also offers exercise
;caspses weekday mornings geared
.toward seniors. The classes begin 9
a.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and
Friday.
.The Taylor Senior Citizens Center is
located at 800' West Ash Street in
*Perry in the old Gladys Morse
Elementary. School building. For more
,information about the services offered
by tne Senior Citizens Center, please
:call 584-4924.


Index

Living...page A-4
Splorts...page A-6
keligion...page A-7
Commurlity...page B-1
E Editorial...page B-2
CI'as5ified5...page B-4


Prospective candidates are
gearing up for the 2006 elections,
which will see three school board
seats and two county commission
slots on the ballot.
Other locally represented offices
up for election include a Third
Judicial Circuit judgeship, county
judge, the District 10 state
representative seat and the District
2. congressional seat.
Statewide, voters will face a full
slate of candidates for governor,
lieutenant governor, attorney
general, chief financial officer and
commissioner of agriculture.
As of Tuesday, three individuals
have filed notices of candidacy
with Taylor County Supervisor of
Elections Molly H. Lilliott:

$4 million



re-paving


project to


start here

A $4 million project to resurface:
U.S. 27 is Perry is scheduled to
begin this week, according to the,
Florida Department of
Transportation (FDOT).
The average daily traffic for the
road is some 13,500 vehicles, 12
Sprcent of which is semi-trucks.
The 6.2-mile project will start at
S. J. (Tom) Moore Avenue
(formerly Maple Avenue) and end
at the Fenholloway River.
Lane closures could begin as
early as. Thursday when the
milling, or removal of the existing
asphalt, begins. 'Once the old
asphalt is removed, new asphalt
will be, immediately replaced on
the 'travel lanes, before. traffic is
allowed. One lane will remain
open at all times. .
The work will done during the
daytime and should be completed
in about five months. Anderson
Columbia Company Inc., of Lake
City. is the private contractor hired
by the FDOT to do the work. For
each day the work is finished.
ahead of schedule, the contractor
may receive $2,500, not to exceed
$30,000.
No lane closures will be allowed
between 6:30-8:30 p.m, and lane
closures will be no longer than half
a mile. Temperatures during the,
day must be at least 45 degrees and
rising to place the asphalt so colder
days may delay the project.
In addition to the repaying, the
sidewalk will be repaired where
damaged and wheelchair
Please see page 3


A. J. .McCall, a descendent of.
one of the pioneers of the cattle
industry in Taylor County, died
Saturday, Jan. 21, at his home in
Salem.


A.J. McCall


--Longtime school board
representative Brenda Carlton will
seek re-election to her district 2
seat.
--Randy Trammell is seeking the
district 1 school board seat
currently held by Mark
Southerland.
--James Roy Bean is seeking re-
election as a judge in the Third
Judicial Circuit.
All three candidates have
declared they are seeking to qualify
by the alternative (petition)


He was 84.
His family was long-known in
the area, having settled in Salem
almost from the time of its
establishment.
A lifelong resident of Salem,
McCall was named '"Outstanding
Cattleman of Taylor County" in
1980.
He received a certificate of
appreciation in "Recognition of
Outstanding Service to the Farmers
Home Administration" as a county
committeeman from 1976 until
1979.
He also received a county
award in the field of Water
Resources Conservation from the
Florida Wildlife Federation in
1973.
McCall is survived by his wife,
Virginia "Deek" Wood McCall of
Salem; a daughter, Janet McCall of
Perry; and a son, Neal McCall of
Cross City.
Services and the full obituary
are featured on page A-7.


method.
The two county commission
seats up for election are District 2,
held by Daryll Gunter, and District
4, held by Jack Brown.
The three school board seats
which have terms that end in 2006:
District 1, held by Southerland;
District 2, held by Carlton; and
District 4, held by longtime
member Danny Lundy.
At the state level, Will
Kendrick's district 10 state
representative seat will be up for a


vote while on the national level, the
congressional district 2 seat held
by Allen Boyd will go before
voters as well as the senatorial seat
held by Bill Nelson.
Local candidates have until June
19 (noon) to pick up petitions from
the elections office in order to
qualify by .the alternative method.,
The Primary Election is slated
for Tuesday, Sept. 5. The General
Election will be held Tuesday, Nov.


Lilliott encourages


local


residents to update their voter
registration cards and to register
for the upcoming elections.
Voter registration books close
Aug. 7 for the Primary Election
and Oct. 10 for the General
Election.
Candidates seeking to qualify for
the county judge seat must collect
one percent of the total registered
voters in the county, which equates
to 115 petitions.
.* Please see page 3


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District champions!
Members of the Taylor County High girls soccer team celebrate winning the district championship last Thursday in Tallahassee.
The win, vaulted the Lady Bulldogs into the state playoffs where they will host South Walton this Thursday at 7 p.m. at Perry's
Dorsett Stadium. For more on the soccer, team, see today's sports section on page A 6.,

For Heritage Pavilion


High bid hampers construction plans


The Heritage- Pavilion project.
spearheaded by the Perry Rotary
Club, is slowly moving toward
construction.
, The goal of the project is to,
provide a permanent covering for
the mainstage for entertainment 'at
Forest Capital State Park.
The stage is on county property,
and the pavilion will be county
property once it is completed.
The commission solicited
construction bids late last year, and
at its Jan. 9 meeting, received one,
reply. Slone Associates of
Valdosta, Ga., submitted a bid for
$217,000.
"The bid was above th'e
expectations of the Rotary Club
and. above the expectations of
county staff," said Dan Simmons
with the club.
The Rotary Club has spent the
past two years holding, fundraisers
and soliciting donations, raising
much of the money for the project,
including matching funds, for a


state grant -he county was awarded
last year.
The bid, however, is above their
available funds.


"'We're working \ith county staff
to work with the contractor to
value engineer the project," he


According to Simmons, the goal '
of value engineering the pavilion is
Please see page 3


Save-a-Lot chain chooses Perry


During the next several days,
when shoppers look into their
cupboards and see bare shelves,
there will be another grocery store
in Perry to viii. ...
Save-a-Lot i ill so(n open in the
former Foodland Grocery Store
building, and owners Mark and
Michael Boris say they think
shoppers, will' like' what .they see
when they stop by.


With Foodland Manager Timmy
McNutt staying in the lead
position, Save-a-Lot will offer
'groceries at a discount price.
"According to studies, Save-a-
Lot saves its shoppers an average
of 40 percent on their grocery
bill...that's a lot," said Mark. "We'll
have, everything you ,need, from
fresh produce to a great meat
selection to groceries."


Boris said the store will carry
brand names, but a lot of the items
are a less familiar name, but "not of
lesser quality.,
' "Everything in 'our store is
controlled," said Mark. "Save-a-
Lot has specifications for.
everything that is sold and store
owners must adhere, to these
Please see page 3


Arbor Day 2006
A tree-planting ceremony at Heritage Park last Friday marked the city's annual observance of
Arbor Day. Following a short presentation, the new tree was planted with, the help of city
employees. Those in attendance at the ceremony were (from I to r): City Manager Bob Brown,
.Walter Bishop, Mae Jean Holton, Wayne Wilbur, Tommy Lee Cone, Mayor Emily Ketring,
Fanette Chesser, Erdman West, Margaret West, John Fish and Henry'Davis.


Longtime cattleman


McCall remembered


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A-2 The Taco Tim.s January 25, 2006


Erdman West takes a turn with the shovel as a new tree is
planted during an Arbor Day ceremony held last Friday.
Perry Tree Board member Henry Davis gave a short history
of Arbor Day and Perry's involvement with the holiday as
board members were joined by representatives of the
Heritage Park Committee and the Division of Forestry, as
well as Mayor Emily 4,etring and City Manager Bob Brown
for the tree planting.


Tree tribute

held Friday
In the spirit of Arbor Day, a tree
was planted at Heritage Park
during a ceremony held last
Friday, Jan. 20.
Those present included Mayor
Emily Ketring and City Manager
Bob Brown, as well as members
of the Perry Tree Board and
Heritage Park Committee.
Perry has been designated a Tree
City, USA, since 1992, when it
appointed the advisory Tree Board.
The board works to protect the
city's trees and plants as well as to
beautify the city, according to
member Henry Davis, who spoke
before the tree planting.
Current Tree Board members are
Davis, Erdman West, Fanette
Chesser, Frankye Sermons and
Mae Jean Holton.
"Arbor Day, whose purpose is
to encourage the planting and
caring of trees, was originated in
Nebraska in 1872 by a journalist,
J. Sterling Morton, who moved
from Detroit to Nebraska," Davis
told those in attendance Friday.
"Nebraska at that time was
almost a treeless plain. As editor
of Nebraska's first newspaper, Mr.
Morton promoted the planting and
care of trees and on Jan. 14, 1872,
proposed a tree planting holiday to
be called Arbor Day."
Arbor Day is celebrated in all 50
states and in many countries
worldwide. National Arbor Day is
held the last Friday in April, but
due to the varying growing
seasons, the date varies from state
to state.


With new team in place


Buckeye pushes marketing


Buckeye Technologies Inc. has
announced the establishment of an
organization effective Feb. 1,
whose mission is "to bring new
products to the market on an
accelerated schedule." The new
organization will be led by Jeffery
T. Cook who will be appointed
senior vice president, marketing.
"In .idLliiion to Cook. Susan L.
H. Crenshaw, who will be


appointed vice president, market
development, and Henry E. Hall,
who will be appointed vice
president, commercial
development, will play key roles
in the new organization.
- Buckeye Chairman David B.
Ferraro commented, "We are
excited about this new
organization and. 'have high
expectations thai't 'will improve


our marketing capability and
increase the speed at which we
commercialize new products,
including Ultra Fiber(TM) 500,
our patented concrete reinforcing
fiber. The individuals leading the
effort are proven top performers."
Cook is a graduate of Vanderbilt
University with a degree in
chemical :engineering-I He joined
"-* Please see page 5


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A-3 The Taco Times January 25, 2006


By drug task force


Felony charges levied


Three more alleged drug dealers
were arrested recently after the
Taylor County Joint Drug Task
Force (DTF)', used confidential
informants to purchase cocaine and
videotaped the transactions.
According to Perry Police
Department Det. Mike Anderson,
one suspect, Wayne Flowers, 39,
sold an eighth of an ounce of
powder cocaine to their informant.
Flowers was seen by officers
driving a small green sports car
during the sale.
Anderson and Taylor County
Sheriff's Office. Inv. Dewayne
Bratcher checked Divisi6n- of
Motor Vehicles, and learned that
Flowers owns a small green


ELECTIONS
Continued from page 1
Candidates for the, county
commission and school board
seats also must collect one percent
of the- total registered voters in
their respective districts. For
district 1, that would be .23
petitions; district 2, 18 petitions;
and district 3, 20 petitions.
Candidates who olit to pay a
qualifying fee to run will have to
pen checks for $1,617.30 (county
commission) and $919.08 (school:


Dodge car.
Last week, DTF officers set up
surveillance of Flowers' apartment
and he was arrested after leaving
the apartment driving the green car
in question.
Damon Cobb, 24, and Justin
Clyde Harris, 24, were also
arrested after selling cocaine to
confidential informants. Cobb was
videotaped selling to informants in
the Hwy. 98 Bar parking lot and
Harris was caught selling at
Jerkins Park.
Harris told officers that they had
the "wrong man," and that he did
not sell any drugs.
"He was shown the video, after
which he admitted that we got


him," said Anderson.
All three were charged with the
felony sale of cocaine.


Customers

box or bag

groceries

SAVE-A-LOT
Continued from page 1
specifications. The products which
are not the brand name you're used
to seeing, have been through a lot
of quality control to make sure
they meet Save-a-Lot standards."
The one difference in the new
grocery store, is that after
checking out with a cashier,
customers must bag their own
groceries. Bags will be provided
for three-cents each, or larger ones
for one dime.
"Of course, any boxes we have
in the store, not in use, will be
available for our customers," Mark
added.
You may also bring your own
bags or boxes.
"This is just one more way in
which we are able to save our
customers money. We don't have a
huge staff or the overhead that'
some stores have. Our cost is
down and we pass it to the
consumer," he said.
The store is slightly smaller
now, with the Boris brothers
reducing the size to compare to the
other 1,200 Save-a-Lot stores in
the U.S., including their other
Save-a-Lot Grocery Store in Lake
City.'
"We're excited about opening
this store in Perry," said Mark. "I
think the new format of the store
will serve this community well
and it will be good for everyone."


Veterans monument
The Perry Elks Lodge recently joined the Perry Police Department's fundraising drive to
purchase a bronze eagle and podium for the new Veterans Memorial Park, with a "Bingo night."
Shown above are Elks Veterans Chairman Curly Morgan, Jennifer and Jenna Davis, -Lavonne
Blanton of PPD, Elks Bingo Chairman and Trustee David Lloyd, Elk member and representative
from Veteran's Memorial Park, Ed Sheffield. Blanton said more fundraisers have been planned
for the future and "thanks the community for their support."



Deadline extension sought


HERITAGE PAVILION
Continued from page 1
to keep the same quality, but
lower the costs.
Simmons said he was hopeful
that the cost could be reduced
enough to complete the pavilion.
Another hurdle for the project is
a June 30 deadline to complete the
pavilion set by the state grant.
"We're asking for an extension
of 60 or 90 days. We think we'll
be able to get that."
The park is host to the Florida
Forest Festival as well as the
Florida State Bluegrass Festival.
"The purpose of the pavilion is
to provide rain and sun protection
for entertainers and their
equipment for major public
events, such as the forest festival


bojrd). The county commission:
fee represents six percent of the
office's $26,955 annual salary; the
school board fee represents four
percent of the office's annual
2.97"' ,salIar,.
This y ear will' mark'the debut of
touch screen voting machines,
which will be stationed, (one per
_poll house) at each precinct in the
: cduiity:
-In the -coming months,
repreentadticis from the de:liions
office %%ill offer free training
sessions s for the new machines.


and bluegrass festival. We think
other organizations will want to


use it once it has the covered roof
over the stage," Simmons said.


Speeding fines doubled


RE-PAVING
Continued from page 1
accessible ramps will be added at
all of the side street intersections.
Tentative plans are to start the
resurfacing,in the rural area and
work toward the City of Perry.
The area in,the immediate vicinity


of the railroad crossing and also at
the Fenholloway River Bridge will
be exempt from paving. The speed
limit will remain at 60 p.m. in
the rural area but motorists are
reminded that speeding fines are
doubled in a construction zone
when workers are present.


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Third Annual Karaoke Contest


Adults ages
17 and up


1st Price $500
2nd Prize $300
3rd Prize $200


1 s Round Elimination Saturday, Feb. 11 -7 pm
2"d Round Elimination Friday, Feb. 17 7 pm
Final round will be held Saturday, March 4
Children's Contest (age 16 & below)
Ist Prize $100 2nd Prize $50
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Final Round Saturday, March 4 (following adults)
Pick up entry forms at Perry Elks Lodge Tues. thru Sat. after 4 pm
or register online www.geocities.com/bpoel851/Festival.htm
Contact James E. LaValle at 584-4166 for more information.


ELECTION 2006


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Offices Up for Election
*United States Senator
*Representative in Congress
-Governor & Lt. Governor
*Attorney General
*Chief Financial Officer
*Commissioner of Agriculture
*Board of County Commissioners
(District #2\& District #4),
*School Board
(District #1, District#2 & District #4)
*Third Judicial Circuit Judge
*County Court Judge



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A-4 The Taco Times January 25, 2006


S Carol Lynne Simmons and
P. William (Billy) R. Merchant Jr.
_. --were married Saturday, Sept. 24,
j : 2005, at Bradfordville First Baptist
S.Church in Tallahassee. Pastor
1 .. ? Mark Wilbanks officiated the
4`1 ia .. ceremony.
R, I.The bride is the granddaughter of
Al. Mrs. Inez Simmons of Perry and
......- --. the late Mr. John C. Simmons.
-. -s 5 g' :'"' She is the daughter of John and
S"" ."" SMarian Simmons of Birmingham,
S1Ala., formerly of Perry. The
S' groom is the son of Mrs. Frances
H. Merchant of Port St. Joe and
Sthe late William R. Merchant Sr.
April Caskie of Birmingham,
.. : Ala., sister of the bride, was
S matron of honor.
Tarah Merchant, Tallahassee,
daughter of the groom, was maid
of honor.
Bridesmaids were Connie Mayo
and Mar lene Babski ofd
Tallahassee, Cyndi Perkins of
Crawfordville, and Jaki Wray
Faircloth of Brooker, all friends of
thebride.
Will Merchant, Tallahassee, son
of the groom, was best man.
Groomsmen were Andy
Wilkinson of Gulf Breeze, Joey
Fontaine of Pearl, Miss., Danny
,McDermott of Portland, Ore.,
-Mark Strickland of Tallahassee,
Friends of the groom, and John P.
,- ..'Merchant III, cousin of the groom,
also from Tallahassee.
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Merchant Jr. Flower girls were Hannah


Art exhibit spotlights French explorer


Who was the namesake for
LeMoyne Art Foundation, Inc.?
That would be Jacques LeMoyne
who arrived in North Florida in


1564, as part of the French
exploration, to create maps of the
new world.
,"The Adventures of Jacques


Roseheads reminded of

dues, meetings for 2006
Take note, Roseheads. Dues for 2006 (in the amount of $10) are due
by Jan. 31. "If you haven't already paid your dues and are unable to attend
the meeting Saturday, Jan. 28, please mail a check made out to Roseheads
of Perry, to Secretary/Treasurer Debi Limoges, 104 Cashmore St., Perry,'
FL 32348." That message comes from the officers of the local chapter.
A list of paid members for 2006 will be compiled in early February by
Cheryl Gregory. "Please let us know of any address change or a new
phone number since the membership list was done last February," urges
Queen Mother Hattie Adams. "We hope to see you often in 2006!"
For the months of January. through May, the meetings will be on the
last Saturday of the month. "Go ahead and reserve those Saturdays so you
can be at those events," officers urge. "Planning committee are already in
place for February and March. The new year is off to a great start!"
Members are reminded to make reservations for Saturday's meeting by
Thursday, Jan. 26..

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on Friday, Feb. 3, featuring the
artwork from last year's summer
art camp on Florida explorations.
The exhibit will also include
historical information about the
French exploration of America.
This event is planned from 6-9
p.m in the Education Center qn
Call Street in Tallahassee. For
additional information, please
contact (850) 222-8800.


Bridal
Registry


Sonja Smigiel
Lance Burford
January 28, 2006
'Kelly Lindsey
David Parker
January, 2006
Renee Cannon
Steve Wallace
February 11, 2006
Heather Quicke
SJon Michelini
March 25, 2006
Jesika Walker
Brad Curry
SMarch 25, 2006
Angle Cruce
3 Harper Gibson
April 22, 2006
Claire Neal
Allen Burke
May 6, 2006
Misty McKenzie
Daniel Reed
June 10, 2006

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Strickland and Delaney McCarley
of Tallahassee. The ring bearer
was Max Caskie, nephew of the
bride of Birmingham.
The bride is a graduate of
Florida State University with a
degree in accounting. She is


employed with the Florida State
Board of Administration. The
groom is a graduate of Tallahassee
Community College with a degree
in information technology and is
director of Public Sector Business
for Prosys Information Systems,


A reception was held after the
ceremony at Golden Eagle
Country Club.
Following a honeymoon trip to
France and Belgium, the couple
resides in Tallahassee.


Covenant offers support group


Covenant Hospice invites adults
who are grieving the loss of a
loved one to attend a six-week
Grief Support Group. The group
will meet each Wednesday at the
Covenant Hospice Perry
Community Support Center
beginning today (Wednesday)
through March 1 from 1-2 p.m.


"This is a free service and
participants are encouraged to
attend all six sessions as they are
stepping stones to healing," said
Elizabeth Robinson, M.S.W.,
Bereavement Specialist.
Bereavement Support Services
.are an integral part of the care
Covenant Hospice provides.


Wedding reminder

Burf ord- Sm1ief
Lance Burford and Sonja Smigiel remind friends and family of their
wedding this Saturday, Jan. 28, at 5 p.m. at St. Johns Christian
Fellowship located on the corner of Golf Course and Puckett roads
(formerly Covenant Christian Fellowship). A reception will follow at the
Catholic Parish Hall.

Did you spend any time

in Tallahassee's NICU?
The March of Dimes is partnering with the Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital Neo-Natal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) for a graduate reunion.
This event is open to any family that was. cared for by the NICU staff. It
will be held Saturday, Jan. 28, from 1-4 p.m. in the Women's Pavilion
Community Classroom.
Games, face painting, entertainment, refreshments and door prizes are
promised.
Please RSVP to (850) 431-4928.

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Taylor students listed on honor roll


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The two-man team of Phil Castelucci, right, and Ryan
Semmel won the Marzuq Shrine Chili Cook-Off held Jan. 14
in Tallahassee. Castelucci and Semmel were among more than
50 competitors taking part in the annual fund-raiser. The
team walked away with a $200. award for the hottest chili in
the commercial class with their "Take No Prisoners" entry.
Castelucci, of. Perry, is owner of Fat Daddy's restaurant in
Madison; Semmel,-of Valdosta, Ga., is a recruiter with the
United States Army.


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BUCKEYE
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1983, was elected vice president in
1999, and most recently served as
senior vice president, product and
market development.
Crenshaw is a graduate of the
University of Tennessee with a
degree in chemical engineering,
She joined Buckeye's predecessor
company in 1978, was elected vice
president in 1999, and most
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Aucilla Christian Academy has
announced that the following
Taylor County students were
named to the honor roll for the
third six weeks grading period:
K-4, All S+
Evan Courtney and Ameer
Khodr.


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Walker Davis, Jessica Giddens
and Brandon Slaughter.
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Haley Jones, Nour Khodr, Jenna
Merschman, Abby Ratliff, Tedo
Wilcox and Daniel Wurgler.


Anti-coal plant meeting set

Opponents of the coal burning power plant proposed for Taylor County
will hold an educational meeting Thursday, Jan. 26, in Steinhatchee.
All residents are invited to attend; the meeting will be held at the
Steinhatchee Community Center, starting at 7 p.m.
Topics to be discussed include: mercury poisoning, water pollution,
water consumption, air pollution, traffic congestion from daily coal trains
and eminent domain.
For more information, call Diane Whitfield at 584-4329.

Obituaries


Wallace E. Tanner
Wallace E. "Wally" Tanner, 83,
a resident of Perry, died Jan. 23,
2006, following a lengthy illness.
Mr. Tanner was a veteran of
World War II serving in the Army
with the 773rd Infantry. He retired
from Procter & Gamble after 37
years as a manager of the mobile
equipment department. He was a
member of the Perry Elks Lodge
#1851; the Perry Masonic Lodge
#123, Morocco Temple of
Jacksonville, the Perry Shrine
Club and the American Legion
#29.
Survivors include: his son',
Tony Tanner of Perry; a brother,
James "Jim" Tanner of Florence,
Ky.; and two grandchildren.
Graveside services will be held
Friday, Jan. 27, at 2 p.m. at
Pineview Memorial Gardens with
full Masonic rites.
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friends Thursday from 6 until 9
p.m. pat Joe P. Burns Funeral


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1 st-ever district title


A-6 The Taco Times January 25, 2006


The Taylor County High girls
soccer team won its first-ever
district championship' Thursday
night in Tallahassee and will host
the first round of the state playoffs
this Thurday night against South
Walton.


The team entered the District 2-
3A tournament as the number one
seed last week. They went through
the regular season unbeaten in
district game play with a 6-0
record.
"What a wonderful way to end
the regular season with a
unblemished district record and the
first ever district championship for
Taylor County girls soccer," said
head coach Kerry Puhl.
"This is my last year coaching
Taylor County girls soccer, a
program I started 13 years ago. It's
been a wonderful experience, but
winning the championship my
last year was special. My career
record is 160-108-26 and I hope to
add a few more wins as.we try and
advance through the state
playoffs."
First up last week for the Lady
Dogs in the district tournament
play held in Tallahassee at Florida
High's field, was a Tuesday night
game against fourth seed Madison
County.
"It was a nasty night to play
soccer," Puhl said. "There were
winds in excess of 20 mrph, the
temperature dropping, and : a.
pelting rain. It rained from the
S minute we started warming up till
the time we got on the bus to
leave." -
The game remained scoreless for
the first 10 minutes, before the
Bulldogs got their first score off
one of Courtney Speas' two goals
on the night with an assist from
Jessica Stanton. It. was followed
with another quick strike, when
Jenni Cantrell scored on an assist.
from Kacy Parks.
After that, the'Lady Dogs scored
many and often. The game was
stopped in the.second half due to,
the mercy rule when Taylor took
an 8-0 lead. Katie Cooper led the
scoring on the night with a hat
trick (3 goals) and an assist,
followed by Cindy Wilson with
two goals. Jenni Cinirell had one'
S goal and another assist. Courtney
Speas, Kacy Parks, Beth Johnson,
and Jennifer Hunter each had an
assist. The win put Taylor in the
championship; game against
Florida High on Thursday night.,
r In' that. game, the Florida High
'Noles took an earl', lead, 30-
seconds into the game, when the
ball took a 'bad bounce that
skipped under the outreached arms,
of keeper Elizabeth Cooper. The
Lad\ Bulldogs shook that off and
. dded a goal of their o n a tfe
minutes. later .when Jennifer
Hunter scored on an assist from
Kacy Parks. Then Taylor added
another goal % hen Jennifer Hunter
fed Kaie Cooper streaking down
the middle of the field after 'a
perfect pass.
"I was really'proud of the girls'
poise when they got blown early
and then: battled back to take the'
lead," said Puhl.."Jennifer Hunter
really attacked the ball for us in
the game,"
As irn the. first half the Lady
Noles tied the game with, a PK
when Taylor: fouled one of their
pla ers in the box. Both teams
battled the. second half to finish

TAI I T 1


regulation play with the game
tied. The game then went into
overtime.
"Before overtime began, we
talked to the girls about finishing
what we set out to do the
beginning of the season, and that's
exactly what they did," said Puhl.
"Two minutes into O.T. we had
a corner and we wanted to try and
end it there. So we pushed almost
everyone into the box to attack the
goal and then we slipped one girl
back to put back any ball that
squirted out.
"When Jenni Caritrell sent the
corner kick in front of the goal,
the ball popped out to an-awaiting
Beth Johnson who but it over the
goalie's head for the win and our
first district title ever."
"One of the strengths of the
Bulldog team this year is our
defense," said Assistant Coach
Doug Cantrell. "I've said it before
and I'll say it again--our defense is
a special group who has kept us in
all of our games. They' are
athletic, quick, and play well
together. Our defense is anchored
'by senior Courtney Speas,


followed by sophomores Beth
Johnson, Cameron Myers, Natalie
Clark, and Jennifer Hunter. Others
playing a key role in our success
this season are, Jessica Stanton,
Jenna Helm, Tiffany Ragans, and
Austin McCracken. And let us not
forget the #2 rated goalie in the
.Big Bend, Elizabeth,Cooper. Her
experience in goal has .really
helped us. They're a great bunch of
players."
The Lady Bulldogs (13-7) will
host the first ever Girls State
Playoff game here Thursday night
at 7 p.m., against South Walton
(12-4-1). "This is really exciting
for us to play a state playoff game
,at our field," said Cantrell. "The
girls have worked hard and battled
through injuries to put themselves
amongst the best in the state. If
we win against South Walton,
we'll likely see Jacksonville
Bolles on Jan. 31, in the second
round. That will make us one of
the final 16 teams in 3A in the
state. We're excited and hope the
community comes out to support
the girls in their bid to have a
successful playoff run."


The TCHS soccer team shows off its district championship trophy



Boys break records; ranked 6th


The Taylor County High boys
basketball team, currently ranked
sixth in the state, set a season


TCHS soccer boys to battle


for district 3-A championship


The Taylor County High boys
soccer team will battle for the title
Thursday against host Florida
High in the District 2-3A
tournament being played this
week in Tallahassee.
The top-seeded Bulldogs, 7-0 itt
district play and 10-5-2 overall,
easily disposed of Marianna 8-0
on Monday to advance to the
finals of the tourney.
.Florida High, 10-2-1, won the
other first-round contest 3-0 over'
Chipley.
While both Taylor County and
Florida High will advance to the


first round of the state playoffs,
the winner of Thursday's title
game will have the home-field
advantage, likely against Walton-
Defuniak Springs on Feb. 2 at 7
p.m.
The loser'will hit the road to
face the winner of District 1,
which is expected to be Pensacola
Catholic. .
Florida High's only two losses
this season have been to the
Bulldogs' who defeated the
Seminoles 1-0 in No' ember and
3-0, Jan., 10, to clinch the
tournaments top seed.


"It's a tough thing to do, to beat
a quality team like Florida High
three times in a row. But our kids
have worked hard and they just
keep getting better every week,"
Bulldog Coach Price Harris said.
In Monday's win over
Marianna, eight ,different players
scored in the shutout.

Booting goals for the Bulldogs'
were Matt Cruce, Josh'Leverette.
Josh Wallis, Ed Obershlake,
Enrique Villagomez, Camde.n-
Lynn, Kendall Thompson and
Alex Kramer. ,


TCHS girls to host tourney
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Class 3A Girls lasofJan 18)
1. Tallahassee Fla. High (18-2) (8) 107
2. Tampa Acad. Holy Names(15-4) 90
3. Boca Raton John Paul II (11-3) (2) 87
4. St. Petersburg Catholic (13-1) (1) 74
5. W. Palm Card. Newman (12-4) 64
6. Miami Gulliver Prep (16-31) 59
7.:OcalaTrinity Catholic (18-2) 44
S,8. Santa Rosa Bch S. Walton 115-4) 25
9. Boca Raton St. Andrews (10-5) 21
10. Winter Park Trinity Prep (14-3) 12
Also receiving votes: Frostproof (11-1)
7, Gainesville P.K. Yonge (13-5)5, *
Perry Taylor County (13-7) 5, Chipley
(12-7)2, Newberry (14-2) 2, Sarasota
Cardinal Mooney (10-8) 1'.
CLASS 3A Boys (asof an. 24).
1. Melbourne Air Acad.(15-0) (12) 120
2. Gainesville P.K. Yonge (17-3) 105
3.. St. Petersburg Catholic (17-2) 96
4. Hollywood Chaminade (13-4) 83
5. Boca Raton St. Andrew's (17-1) 73
6. Perry Taylor County (16-4) 57
7. Fort Lauderdale Pine Crest,(18-2) 41
8. Marianna (17-5) 22 '.'
9. Jacksonville Ribault (15-5) 20
10. Fort Myers Bishop Verot (14-5) 15
Also receiving votes: Orlando Jones
(11-9) 14, West Palm Beach Cardinal
Newman (17-3) 10, Williston (17-4) 3,
Jacksonville Trinity Christian (15-3) 1.


The Taylor County girls varsity
basketball team. 15-5, ends the
regular season this week unih
games against Macla. and Dixie
County on Thursday and Friday
nights. respectively.
The game against Diie County\
will take place at the TCHS gym,
beginning at 6 p.m.


The team will host a district'
"tournament -on Jan. 31, with
TCHS pitted against Madison
County, beginning at 6-p.m., and
Florida High playing Hamilton
Count\ at 7 p.m. '. .
The winners will advance to the
district championship game on,
Feb. 4, beginning at 6 p.m.


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CONGRATULATES


The TCHS Ladv Bulldogs

Soccer Team for winning

the district title!


S GOOD LUCK


SAT STATE!


record for points in a quarter last
Friday night against Hamilton
County...and they did it twice.
In each of the first and second
quarters, the Bulldogs: scored 31
points, taking a 62-24 lead into,
halftime.
The offensive explosion was led
by the surging Genario McNealy's
23 points (including ,three .3-
pointers) and 20 points by Toney
Powell.
Sophomore Greg Sneed scored
14 and Junior Jabaree Williams
had 8 to go along with a team-
leading 9 rebounds.
Senior Rick Williams had s- ; cn
rebounds and was pivotal in
getting the ball into the hot
shooters' hands. Miguel Parga
added five points and TraDelvan
Wetsel and Gerald Walker
dotW apiee ,,,


"That was clearly the best game
we have played," Bulldog Coach
John Davies said. "As a coach,
you feel, really good when your,
most recent game is your best
one."
The game went to a running
clock in the second half due to
Taylor County's huge lead.
The( game ended with the
Bulldogs posting,a 77-44 win,
avenging their only district loss of
the year.
The victory also assured the
'Dogs the-number one seed in the
upcoming District 3-3A
to urnament to be held Feb. 8-11 in
Madison.
The Bulldogs were scheduled to
travel to Tallahassee on Tuesday
night to take on .Lincoln before
-returning home to play Mayo this
Friday night. "^


B Noy s ,., TburallrI chele,

Nov. 18 Tip-Off Tournament; Chiles
Nov. 21 Chiefland Away 4:30 7:30
Nov. 22 NFC Home 6:00 7:30
Nov. 29 Maclay Away 6:00 7:30
Dec. 1 Lincoln .: ,. Home 6:00 7:30
L.icon Dec..3 Madison Away 4:30 3 GAMES
Christmas Dec. 5 Maclay Home 4:30 3 GAMES
Tournament Dec. 6 Rickards',:' Home 6:00 7:30 *(
Dec. 16-19. Dec. 9 Fl. High Home 6:00 7:30.
SDa 1? H'-ir,ili,:,r, Awa., 4 30 3 GAMES
C capital Cit .. r ', i d13',r, H,-mr (, 3 3- 7 i30
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Civic Center Jan: 16 NFC Away 6:00 7:30
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at Madison Jan.31 Chiefland. ', TCMS 6:00 7:30
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Religion


A- The Taco


Times January 25, 2006


Mt. Olive to dedicate church Sunday


Saturday concert precedes dedication
Pastor George L. Williams and the Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church
family invite everyone to the dedication of their new building on Sunday,
Jan. 29, at 3:30 p.m. The speaker for the service will be the Rev. E.O.


(Continued from page 5)
six grandchildren; and one great
grandchild.
Funeral services will be held
today, Jan. 25, at 11 a.m. at Clark
Funeral Home in Cairo, Ga., with
the Rev. Curtis Morgan officiating.
Interment will follow at Greenwood
Cemetery in Cairo.

Albert Josh McCall
Albert Josh "A.J." McCall, 84, a
native and lifelong resident of
Salem, died Jan. 21, 2006, at home.
Mr. McCall was a charter
member of Salem Missionary
Baptist Church and a member of the
Florida Cattlemen's Association,
ITriple Creek Hunting Club and the
Perry Elks Lodge #1851.
He received a certificate of
appreciation in Recognition of
Outstanding Service to the Farmers
Home Administration as a county
committeeman from 1976 to 1979.
1He also received a county award in
the field of Water Resources
Conservation from the Florida
Wildlife Federation in 1973 and
was named Outstanding Cattleman
of Taylor County in 1980. A
veteran, he served his country for
more than four years during World
War II.
He was employed by Buckeye
Cellulose Corporation in the late


1950s. Mr. McCall owned and
operated a cow/calf operation on
personal land in Taylor County as
well as land leased from Foley
Timber and Land in Lafayette and
Dixie counties, and was still active
in its operation.
Survivors include: his wife of 52
years, Virginia "Deek" Wood
McCall of Salem; a daughter, Janet
McCall and fiance Sam Boyer of
Perry; a son, Neal McCall -and
fiancee Alice Lamb of Cross City;
two grandsons, Jacob McCall of
Orlando, Josh McCall and fiancee
Anna- Ellison of Salem; cousin,
Hettie Carter of Salem; two
brothers, Clarence McCall and wife
Dot of Jacksonville, Lawrence
McCall and wife Helen of Ocean
Springs, Miss.; a sister-in-law,
Clyde McCall of Orlando; and a
host of nieces, nephews, cousins
and many dear friends.:
He was pre-deceased by his-
parents, Ruby Stanland McCall and
Josh McCall; two brothers, Lester
McCall and Charles McCall; a half-
brother, Bobby Joe McCall; three
sisters, Clara Hendry, Ruby McCall
and Audrey Giddens; and Bill and
Lucinda Wood, his father-in-law
and mother-in-law, remembered as
"Little Daddy" and "Little Mama."
Funeral services will be held
today, Jan. 25, at 11 a.m. at Joe P.
Burns Funeral Home in Perry, with


S'- 9 ,
Pastor George L. Williams,
and the
( Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church
Family cordially invite you to join them in the
dedication oftheir newsanctuary



Saturday, Jan. 28. 6:oopmr
Dedication concert featuring the
Mt. Olive and Friends Concert Choir

Sunday, Jan. 29 3 30 pm
Dedication service with guest speaker .
SRev. E.O. Washington

S1149 W. Hampton Springs Ave.





True yLove

I Waits Rally

Students 7th-12th grades are invited to attend a
TLW Rally at First Baptist Church! True Love
Waits is.a campaign sponsored by Lifeway Christian
Bookstores that promotes sexual purity until marriage.



5:30 pm Pizza Dinner ($5 due at registration)
6:30 pm RALLY BEGINS!, "



6:00 pm Concert with "Scott Simmons Band"
7:00 pm Commitment Ceremony

Please register at First Baptist Church
or call 584-7066 for more information


Washington, of Madison.
Prior to Sunday's dedication, a concert will be held on Saturday at 6 p.m.
featuring the Mt. Olive and Friends Concert Choir.
The church is located at 1149 W. Hampton Springs Ave.


interment following at Woodlawn
Cemetery.
Family members received friends
Tuesday from 6 until 9 p.m. at
Burns Funeral Home, which is in
charge of arrangements.

Cathryn Herrin-Morris
Cathryn Herrin Morris, 63, of
Aucilla Estates in Perry and
Oglethorpe, Ga., died Jan. 23, 2006,
in Oglethorpe.
6orn March 27, 1942, she was
the daughter of the late David
Carson Herrin and Winnie Mae
Johnston. Mrs. Morris was former
president and executive secretary of
the Macon County Development
Authority and Macon County
Chamber of Commerce. She was a
member of the Montezuma United
Methodist Church, Pilot Club and
Kiwanis Club.
Survivors include: her husband,
John E. Morris of Oglethorpe; a
son, John Morris II of Oglethorpe;
two brothers, Carlton Herrin of
Darien, Ga., and Les Herrin of
Murfreesboro, Tenn.; two sisters,
Carolyn Smith and Cecelia Mincey,
both of Waycross; two
grandchildren; 11 nieces and
nephews; and nine great nieces and
nephews.
Funeral services will be held
today, Jan. 25, at 2 p.m, at the
Montezuma United Methodist


S n Lovin 'Memory ,


Shirey (Bay-Ba)
r oo 1957
7tpr130', 1957


Church with the Rev. Ken Myers
officiating. Interment will follow at'
Red Hill Baptist Church Cemetery.
Watson-Mathews Funeral Home
of Montezuma, Ga., is in chargeof
arrangements.

Charles Booth Slappey'
Charles Booth Slappey, 87, a
former resident of Perry who
resided in Fresno County, Calif., for
the past 25 years, died Jan. 17,
2006.
Survivors include: his wife of. 65
years, Jewell Blanton Slappey; a
son, Michael Slappey; a daughter,
Ann Lopez; a brother, Raymond
Slappey; a sister, Agnes Hightower;
a sister-in-law, Marg Slappey; three
grandchildren; and three great
grandchildren.
Funeral services. will be held
Thursday, Jan. 26, at 2 p.m. at Joe P.
Burns Funeral Home with.
interment following at Woodlawn
Cemetery.
Family members will receive'
friends Thursday from 10 a.m. until
12 noon at Bums Funeral Home,
which is in charge of arrangements.


Silvious will speak at women's conference
Armed with humor and practical Biblical wisdom, Jan Silvious will be
the featured speaker for this year's women's conference at First Baptist
Church on Saturday, Feb. 18. Silvious is a popular author and pre-event
speaker for the Women of Faith conferences.
This "Legacy of Love" conference will also feature praise music by the.;:
Women's Praise Team of First Baptist as well as guest worship leaders, :,
Covenant, frdm Ft. Myers.
Interested persons should register before Feb. 10 for the conference:
which will begin at 8:30 a.m. and last until 2:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 and
include lunch.
A nursery will be provided for children 12 and under. Please call 584-.
7066 for additional registration information.

Voices of Calvary sing here
The Voices of Calvary from Atlanta, Ga., will sing at the Temple of God
Baptist Church on Saturday, Jan. 28, at 7 p.m. Everyone is invited to
attend; the church is located at 105 Sandra Street.

Rentz to headline Saturday meeting
The community is invited to attend the Taylor County Ministers,
Deacons and Superintendents' Union which will convene at New Mt. Zion
Missionary Baptist Church, 1014 E. Green St., this weekend.
The Friday night local program will be hosted by New Mt. Zion and the
Rev. Izell Montgomery Jr., pastor.
On Saturday, at 1 p.m., the Missionary Society will be in charge- of
worship with Mrs. Shirley Rentz of Three Rivers Legal Service sharing
information about free, civil legal services. This event continues until 2:30 <
p.m. as part of the "Celebrate Women" portion of the weekend program,
saluting "women called, commissioned and committed to God." Annie
Porter is the program coordinator.

Gospel sing at Church of God of Prophecy
Everyone is invited to the Church of God of Prophecy for a gospel sing
on Saturday, Jan. 28, at 7 p.m. The Walkers will be the featured group,,;:-
along with other local musicians.


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First Baptist Church of Perry

Annual Women's Conference

Saturday February 18
9 AM,- 2:30 PM

Registration forms & information
available fromcchiurch office 584-7066
iuio a Registration $15 includes lunch


Featured guest speaker Deadline for registration is Feb. 10


Childcare available for children under 12


n~~~nanw~


Although twenty years
I ;has come and gone, it
seems as if it was
yesterday. So much
pain,' but the Lord gave
us a shoulder to lean
on and a helping hand
to see us through.
We love and miss you
so much. When we
look into the faces of
Lisa, Nook, Heaven
and Jalik, we can only
think about you and
remember your smiling
face. We will
always love you.

With great love
from the Cook, ?fhecps
\and Sin s families
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No solace for our heartache, no answer to our "whys."
Your leaving left our lives torn with a gaping empty space,
With sadness, we surrender you into the Lord's embrace.
Go with God and know that we will always dearly miss you
And till we see you once again...may angels hug and kiss you.


Lonnie Ray Goff Sr.
January 26, 1951-October 2, 2005

Happy Birthday in Heaven!
From all your family and friends. We Love You!


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B-1 The Taco Times January 25,2006


Third judicial circuit


Rotary hears state attorney


Pictured right to left: 1st row Dep. Harper Gibson and "Jeremiah."' Second row, Kelsie
Edmonds, Lauren Clover, Richard Cassella, E.J. Harris, and Officer .Gene Franklin. Third row,
Deputies Dewayne Bratcher and Dewayne Bowden.



Students watch Taser, drug dog
w a d g d''-' '' j\


Through the cooperation of the
Taylor County Sheriff's
Department and the Perry City \
Police, TCSO Resource Off.
Dewayne Bowderi organized an
assembly program for Taylor
County Middle Sc hool
The County Drug TaIk Force
made a presentation on the use of


the '"TASER", and a
demonstration by "Jeremiah,"
Taylor County's Drug dog.

During this presentation,
students were able to observe how
the Taser works and ask questions
of the presenters.
The demonstration by Jeremiah


included discussion on how he was
trained. Jeremiah then found
"drugs" that were planted by the
Task Force prior to the program.

A thank you goes out to TCSO
Dep. Bowden, K-9 Dep. Harper
Gibson and Dewayne Bratcher,
and to PPD's Ptl. Gene Franklin.


TCHS honor students listed


Ta lor County High School has
announced the honor roll students
for the second grading period. It is
as follows:
3.0 Honor Roll
9th grade
Hannah Allbritton, Nicholas.
Allbritton, A'drick Arnold, Joshua
Austin. Wesley Barr. Dwayne
Beasie), Zoe Bennett, Byron Blue,.
Latezhia Britt, Jonathan Brooks,
Vesharyn Brown, Melissa'
Clayton, Earl Cobb, Tierra Cook,
Michael Cox, Jennifer Coxwell, -,
Cody Davis, Shabrala Dunwoody, ,'
Corey Fedor, Emily Flowers, .
Matthew French, Ashleigh
Frostick, Katelyn Goforith,
Kathryn Hill,. Faith Hornetr,
Amanda Jennings, Jasmine Jones,
Andrea Lundy, Eristerial McNeal,
Lucy Meeks, Ryan Millet, Tiffany.
Mock, Alexis Morgan, Carl
Padgett, Morgan Padgett, Preston
Pitts, Benjamin Sadler, Aaron


St cker, Robert Thompson, Roger
Trawick. Twanda Tumblin,
Britiany Vaughn, Chrissy Ward,
Sicphanie Wiegles;orth and Korie
Wilson.
10th grade
Tiffan'n Allbritton, Teddrick
Bailck. Ryan Baker, Matthew
Blount. Georgia Brown, Kendale
Bro\n. Natalie Clark, Jazzmine
Cook, Sean Crowley, Benjamin
Davis, Brooke Davis, Jameson
Dubose, Dustin Elliott, Sharika
Ellis.. William Hall,; Walter
Hammers. Tara Hanson, Lauren
Hardin, Brittany Hawes, Sky
Horton. Jennifer Hunter, Jonathan
Johnson. Sara Jones, Johnny
Lopeii, Sha\ n McGuire, Jennifer
Melson. Blake Moore, Shannon
Morgan. Kendrick Neal, Tiffany
Ragans, Shareece Raysor, Angela
Roberts, Jeremy Schell, Kendra
Sheppard, Eugene Simmons,
Gregory Sneed, Chelsea Sparrow,


-Bradley Straka,. Krystina
Timmons, Joseph Vann, Calvin.
Waller and Patrick Whitt.
11th grade
:Josiah Anderson, Justin Archer,
Chucketta Beaty, Kimberly
Blanton, Jerry Blaske, Jessice
Brock, Gerald Commander, Adam
Cook, Patricia Davis, Renee -
Durham, Tiffan\ Flowers, Tasha
Gipson, Jamie Goforth, Brooke
Granthum, Kiara Gray, Lyhdsey.
.Gray, Andrea Lee,, Camden Lynn,
Bryttany Martin, Nickolas Miller,
Andrew 'Mock, Crystal .Moody,
Julie Palmer, Joseph Proenza,
Blake Ratliff, Shamanda
Ridgeway, Meagan Robertson,,
Dalretia Ross, Ashley Scott,
Ashley Soroka, Michael Tedder,
Thao Tran, Ja'baiee Williams,
.Jessica Williams, Kayla Williams,
SHeather Wright, James Wright and'

,* Please see page 6


The guest speaker at the Jan. 17
meeting of the Perry Rotary Club
was Assistant State Attorney
Craig Myrick.
A Rotarian himself, Myrick has
worked with the third judicial
circuit in Perry since 2003.
Myrick spoke on the Florida
court system and some of its
differences from other states.

"Florida is unusual," Myrick
said, in that it does not make use
of grand juries often. Instead
assistant state attorneys use
information, and reports to make
their own decisions About which
cases to bring to trial.
"We have a lot of power and a
lot of responsibility," Myrick
said.
The Florida court system has a
very open discovery process. In
fact, it has one of the most open
systems in the country, according
to Myrick.
This means that prosecutors
must turn over almost all the
information, they have to the
defense attorneys. In other states,
the defense attorney might not
even be able to,. get police reports
or witness statements until they
come up in trial.
In Florida, there are discovery
d -.nitbn whpe th. nrQ~iif


will change."
The deposition also allows him
to see what direction the defense is
heading, he said.
Myrick said his most important
tool is the plea agreement.
'"Without plea agreements, the
system would come crashing
down," he said.
Of the some 300 cases he had
last year, between pleas and cases


that "fell apart", he had less than
five cases go to trial, Myrick said.
Most sentencing in these cases
are governed by guidelines
established in the mid-1980s.
The guidelines take into account
the crime committed, the degree of
the crime, the defendant's prior
criminal history and give
prosecutors a bottom range for the
sentence.


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Ir


lays out its case before trial. -- "-' '
While some prosecutors arej
'against such an open system,
Myrick said he is for it.
"The discovery deposition is the Assistant State' Attorney and Rotarian Craig Myrick (left)
first time witnesses will be under with fellow Rotarian Grady Moore. Myrick was the guest
oath. You'd be amazed how stories speaker at the Jan. 17 Rotary Club meeting.





TCES names honor roll


Taylor County Elementary
School -has. announced the
following honor roll for the-
second nine weeks grading period:
3rd grade, All A's
Anthony Carter, Cameron
Collins, Cade Ely, Madeline
Everett, Lyrics Fletcher, Lesha
Fletcher, Kyra Gibson, Julia
High, Seth Horner, Brett Johns,
Angel Ketring, Kinzi Mattingly,
Matthew McEwien, Sarah
McIntosh, Lindsey Mincy, David'
Morgan, Chloe Nelson, Jacob,
Nelson, Rohan Patel, Tyler
Russell, Vincent Sandonato,
Ja'Corbey. Simmons and
McKenzie Wynn.
3rd grade, A/B
Josh Aldous, Quanisha Bailey,
Taylor Baker, Brian&a Beheler,
Austin Bishop, Isabel Borjon,
Kqely Brickey, Evan Brown, Katie
Cannon, Rosa Carter, Jared Cobb,
Robert Couey, Amber Durden,
Autumn Ferguson, Rebekah
Floyd, Bre'shuna, Fuller, Briannar
Johns, Caylan Johnson, Allison
Lewis, Randy Lynch, Cody
Manning; Payne Murphy, Kristina
.Nastally, Tyler Padgett, Jason
Parker-Lee, Joshua' Patterson,
Judas Perez, Kristen Phelps,
Ashley Phillips, Cqlby Ratliff,


Cody, Ridin'gs, Anna Roach,
Jordan Ruff, Cdle Schwab, Cody
Sessions/, Alysa Smith, Wesley
Smyrnios, Ja'Nard Stokes, Levi
Strickland, Ronnie Thompson,
Taylor Tummire, Ashley Wallace,
Henry Waller, Katherine Wallis,
Evan Ward, Jermaine Watkins,
Lucy Whitehead and Sebastian
W^ilson,
4th grade, All A's
.Morgan Albritton, Hunter
Armstrong, Triston 'Barfield,
Colleen Bishop. Justin Calhoun,
Makenzie Cannon, Katherine
Cruce, Kaylee Denmark, Daniel
Dudley, Caleb Floyd, Laura
Freeman, Kacie Griner, John
Hilton, Taylor King, Ashlyn


Mills, Eric Morgan, Grant Parker,
Joe Pelt, LaQuinta Stephens,.
Dylan Strickland, Serena Trani,
Jessica Webb, Daniel Wentworth
and Billie W hitehead. A/
4th grade, A/B
Will Anderson,. Teaondra
Bellamy, Tre'robyn ,Britt, Keith
Bundrick, Dakota Carter, Shania
Cobb, Tamara Cobb, Makayla
Crites, Sierra Das, Dakota
Faircloth, Nicholas Freeman,
Garrett Gibson, Beverly Gillis,
Evan Grambling, Joshua Harper,
Joshua High, Janiero Jones, Adam
Kalinowski, Braden Mattingly, Eli'
McCranie, Jesse McEwien, Carrie.
"- Please see page 6


Organizational meeting is Sunday

'76 class reunion planned

The Class of 1976 is. planning a 30-year reunion for the weekend of
June 16, in Perry.
According to Tammy (Holton) Graham, a second organizational
meeting will be held on Jan. 29, at 2 p.m, in Tallahassee, at Advanced
Business Systems on North Monroe Street. The business is owned by
1976 graduate Debbie (Mathis) Snow.
"We are attempting to locate all of our classmates," said Graham.
For more information, please contact Marvin Brooks by e-mailing
mbrooks@citizensbankofperry.com or by calling 584-4411.


I(;oimmulft C1Lend.r


C-: .CG GROUPS
AARP: last Wed. 10 am at AMVETS
Post #20 building (2499 Woods Creek
Road).
Civil Air Patrol (CAP): second and fourth
Mon., 7 p.m., main hangar at the Perry/Foley
Airport ..
Kiwanis Club: Wednesdays, noon;,
Joyce's Main Street Cafe.
MainStreet Perry: first Monday of each"
' month, Pery/Taylor Countyf Chamber i.of
Commerce at noon.
NAACP: second Sun., 6 p.m., New
Brooklyn Missionary Baptist Church.
Optimist Club: Thurs., noon at Joyce's
Main Street Cafe.
Perry Garden Club: third Wednesday,
10 a.m.
Perry .Elks' Lodge: second, third and
fourth Tuesday, 8 p.m. .
Perry Lodge 123, F&AM: first and third
Monday nights, 7:30 p.m.
Perry Lodge #187: first and third Wed.,,
7 p.m., Masonic Hall.
Perry Masonic Lodge 123: meets first
and third Monday nights, 7:30 p.m. '
Perry 'Shrine Club:, fourth Thurs.,
7 p,m. (club house on Courtney Road).
Perry Woman's, Club: second Wed:,
noon (Sept to May; subject to change) .
Rotary Club:'Tues., noon at Joyce's
,' .'


Main Street Cafe
Taylor County Leadership Council:
second and fourth Friday 7 pm Jerkins
Community Center
Vogue XIII: first Mon, 7.30 p.m. Call 584-
2404.
GOVERNMENT

'Airport Advisory Commission: fourth
Monday, 12 noon, Perry-Foley Airport.
Chamber of Commerce: second Thurs.,
8 a.m., chamber board room.
City Council: second and fourth Tues., at
6:30 p.m.
County Commission: first Mon. and third
Tues.' at 6, p.m., courthouse annex.
' Juvenile Justice Council: third. Thurs.,
9 a.m., 'at Juvenile Justice Office, 1719
South Jefferson Street..
Planning Board: first Thurs., 6 p.m.
Courthouse annex (old post office).
iSocial Security: representatives, second
Tues., 8:30 a.m. to noon, courthouse annex.
Taylor County Construction License
Board Meeting: third Fri., 2 p.m.,
courthouse annex.
Taylor County Development Authority:
second Mon., 5 p.m. at Capital City Bank.
Taylor County School Board: first and
third Tues., 7 p.m. '
Taylor County Soil & Water Board:
fourth Mon 7 p.m., Chaparral Steakhouse.


Taylor Coastal Water and Sewer: third
Wed at 18820 Beach Road 5 pm
Tourism Development Council: second
Wed 5 p m al Chamber ol Commerce

^ fI N rlitbbI S" -
Diabetes classes every Tuesday, j p.m.;
Doctors' Memorial Hospital.
FAMU Alumni Chapter: second Monday,
7 p.m., Jerkins Community Center.
Florida Forest Festival Board of
Directors: first Wednesday, 3:30 p.m.,
Chamber of Commerce. Call 584-TREE
(8733).
Girl Scouts Service Unit: first Thursday,
6:30 p.m., Scout Hut.
Historical Society: open Thursday
afternoons, 1-5 p.m.
Home Educators League of Perry
(HELP): second Thurs., 1:30 p.m., Forest
Capital Hall. Call 584-8553 or 584-9207.
(Public) Horseback Ride Nights every
third Tuesday of the month from 4-9 p.m. at
the Taylor County Ag/Equestrian Arena. $5
fee and current negative Coggins required.
For more information, call 584-5900.
Humane Society of -Taylor County:
second 'Wednesday, 6 p.m., Forest Capital.
Hall.
La'Leche League International: second
Wed., 10:30 a.m., Taylor County Public
Library.


Miles of Smiles Clown Alley: first
Thursday, 7 p.m., at 901 North Calhoun
Street,
Mothers of Pre-Schoolers: first and third
Friday. Call 584-3826.
Muskogee Creek Indian Nation: second
and fourth Sat., 7 p.m. Tribal grounds,
Lyman Hendry Road,
Muskogee Creek Indian Tribe: first
Saturday, Oak Hill Village on Woods Creek
Road:
National Wild Turkey Federation
(Yellow Pine Drummers): holds open
monthly meeting on first Thursday, Golden
Corral, 7 p.m.: Call 584-9185.
Republican Party of Taylor County:
second Thursday of every month at 315 N.
Quincy Street, Please e-mail Tommie
Stanaland at tstanaland@yahoo.com or call
584-8815.
Taylor Coastal Communities
Association: second Tuesday, 7 p.m., at
the district building on Beach Road.

Taylor County Democratic Party: every
Thursday at the Chamber of Commerce.
Call 584-9656 or 584'3617 or e-mail taylor
democrat@gtcom.net.
Taylor Adult Program (TAP): Thursdays,
10 a.m., 502 N. Center Street. 223-0393.
Taylor County Amateur Radio Club:
first Monday, 7 p.m., Division f Forestry-
office, 618 Plantation Road .


Taylor County Habitat for Humanity,
Inc.: board meeting, second Tues., 5:30
p.m;, Room 208, Capital City Bank.
Taylor County Historical Society: third
Mon., '7 'p.m. Historical Society building.
Society's museum is open 'every Thursday,
1-5 p.m.
Taylor County Horseman's Association
Horse Show: second Sat., 10 a.m. Arena
located on Bishop Blvd.
Taylor County Quilters: Tuesdays,
10 a.m. to noon, Taylor County Public
Library. I
Taylor County Reef & Research Team:
second Thurs., 7 p.m., Forest Capital Hall.


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 which meets
Monday, Wednesdays 'and Thursdays at
Serenity House, located at 1260 Hwy. 98
West,-across from the BP station at 8 p.m.
AL-ANON: St. James Episc9pal Church
(in library), Wednesdays, 12 to 1 p.m.; 584-
2146. Thursday at 6:30 for beginners
meeting with regular meeting at 7 p.m.
.Big Bend Hospice Advisory Council:
fourth Tues, noon, 107 East Green Street.
,Healthy Start Coalition: fourth Mon.,


9 a.m., Taylor County School District
Administrative Office Complex.
Narcotics, Anonymous: every
Wednesday, 8 p.m., at 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 meeting.
SHARE distribution: fourth Sat., 10 a.m.
The Way: Christ-centered recovery
group, meets on Fridays at 7 p.m. at
Serenity House on Hwy. 98 W., across from
BP Station. Open to alcoholics, addicts,
family, members and friends.


AMVETS Post 20 and AMVETS Ladfes
Auxiliary: third Tuesday, 7 p.m., at .2499
Woods Creek Road.
American Legion Post #96: first
Tuesday, 7 p.m., American Legion Hall,
Center Street
American, Legion, Steinhatchee Post
291: fourth Tues. 8 p.m. '
Sons of AMVETS: second Tuesday,
7 p.m., 2499 Woods Creek Road.
'Sons of Confederate Veterans: fourth
Tuesday at VFW Post on Center Street,
7 p.m. For additional information, please call
584-5346.
VFW Post #9225: second Tues., 7 p.m.
(American Legion building).


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Editorial


B-2 Taco Times January 25, 2006.


Letter spells out fears over


proposed coal power plant


Editor's note: The following letter
was penned to Howard Leach and
forwarded for publication by Diane
Whitfield.
Dear Mr. Leach:
We are a newly formed group of
Taylor County families opposed to
a coal burning power plant in our
community. This plant will add to
the pollution we endure from the
Buckeye Mill. We fear 'the
combined emissions will result in
chemical reactions harmful to our
families.
Project managers tell us this
plant will use traditional
pulverized coal- rather than the
more environmentally sound
gasification process. That means- it
will contribute to global warming
as carbon dioxide emissions will
not be captured. Mercury, which is
neither removed nor regulated by
the government, will be deposited
in our rivers and the water
surrounding Florida. Families plan
to leave the community if this plant
becomes reality.
Property values will go down
near this industry as well as
throughout the county. A local


Letters to the Editor


Writer: Library is needed in Steinhatchee


Dear Editor:
This isto clarify the article in
Friday's Perry News Herald
regarding a library at Steinhatchee
School.
The article stated that a
."contingency from Steinhatchee
was asking the Taylor County
School Board to consider allowing
the multi-purpose room in the new
gymnasium (which also houses the
middle school) ito be used for a
Community public libra ry." While
this is' partially correct, a more
accurate depiction of what was said
at the meeting was that a library,
which would serve both the
students and the community, was
needed.
SAt the present time Steinhatchee
-JSchool does not have a library for
its students. .Both Perry Primary
and Taylor County Elementary
have libraries as do the middle and
high schools. Since Steinhatchee
serves kindergarten through eighth
grade, this is a .lamentable
Situation.
Since the Taylor County Library
Board has shown an interest in
helping get. a grant tpo fund' a
.librarian position for a community
library in Steinhatchee and the
school needs a library, combining
forces seems to make good sense.
The students would have full use of


the library during school hours and
the public would have' access to a
library- perhaps ts o evenings a
week and/or on weekends. There
,would be two adults, the paid
employee-and a volunteer. during
the community library nights.
For some background, the
building that presently houses the
health clinic and the school offices
was originally intended to house a
community library and was funded
as such. The new facility is better
equipped for a library with
computer access already built into
the, framework. .


As SAC Chairman at
Steinhatchee School, I am first and
foremost interested in having a
good library for our students. As a
life long reader and member .of the
community, I am thrilled at. the
possibility of the highest and best
use of library resources for our.
village. With the support of the
Library Board and the School
Board and the many readers of
,Steinhatchee and Jena, we can
make it happen.
Just look at our Community
Center!


Susan Curtis


Be mindful of where you step


Dear Editor:
In our community there are
'many individuals with total .hip
replacements. Knee replacements
are also numerous. All year, these
people walk in lines to purchase a
meal away from home. But is often'
easier to. pump gas into their
automobiles than to be standing
with other customers in food lines.
A serious problem happens when
anyone in front of the elderly with'
surgical repairs suddenly steps
backward without warning. Even a
person with no damage in the legs
might be knocked to the floor. The
elderly with fragile', remaining


bones and arthritis may need to be
taken to a hospital. Maybe the leg
.can be fixed again, but it could be
impossible if the bone is badly'
crushed.
The U.S. Health Department
,'. Please see page 3

Mentor-Mentee

Celebration a

'great success'
Dear Editor: ,
Taylor County High School is very;
fortunate to have local business'
support .
Our recent "Mentor-Mentee
Celebration" was a great success due
in part to these local vendors: Jim
Tedder, State Farm; Tree Capital
Credit Union; Polly Waller, 'Book
Mart; Mitch's Gold and Diamonds;
Judy Wentworth, AFLAC; Buckeye
Community Federal Credit Union;i
Elmer Coker, Blue Cross/Blue
Shield; Cox Electronics; Tom's; and
Pepsi.
Your support of education is
appreciated.
TCHS Mentee Program"

Volunteers thank

Forest Capital

Hall staff for help
Dear Editor:
Perry's local Tax-Aide
volunteers would like to thank the
Forest Capital Hall staff (Peggy,
Barbara and Clay) for their
hospitality and assistance last
week for the use .of one of their
classrooms to hold our free tax
training sessions..
We would also like to thank the
Perry Newspaper staff for their
continued support.
Perry's Tax-Aide volunteers


realtor is advising sales staff not to
mention the proposed plant to
prospective home buyers.
The volunteers who serve on
Taylor County Development
Authority proudly claim to have
sought a coal burning utility for the
past 20 years, despite development
of coastal tourism and the
migration -of south Florida
population toward north Florida.
Our county commissioners,
acting solely on the advice of this
all-volunteer Development
Authority, voted to invite the coal
plant to locate in Taylor County.
They did not put the subject on a
board agenda to enable citizens to
ask questions or discuss the idea.
They did not hear a presentation by
the power consortium delineating
the technology of the plant nor its'
ramifications on quality of life in
our community of 20,000. They,
did not question the .chemical
nature or quantity of emissions,
location of transmission lines,'
temporary and long-term storage
of coal or by-product, nor*
groundwater/aquifer effect. They
did not ask scientists, physicians,


It was a night when I deserved an hour
of -solitude, an escape from the
remainder of the house and its
occupants, a little peace and quiet, and
lavender.
So after starting the washing machine,
the clothes dryer and the dishwasher, I
escaped up 13 stairs to the bathroom,
that might irreverently be referred to as
my inner sanctuary. I'm an only child-
and I don't share well. But my
bathroom: I don't share at all.
Lavender bath bubbles had been.
among the gifts of Christmas, and I was
about to enjoy the bounty.
I've always enjoyed a hot bath--so hot
that your skin turns; red aand 'you feel:
sick when you ,get out. 'That's & good
bath. .
On that night, while steam rose from
the bubbles, I sunk down into the water
that I was sure had curative powers..
Minutes later, I wanted more hot water.
As I moved to turn the faucet, a small
green lizard crawled off a bath sponge:
of the same color.
I didn't jump or scream. I chose to be
calm. I like the green lizards--not in my
bath, mind you-- but as a general rule, I
co-exist with them better than those
skinks-from-hell which look like snakes.
"How did you get in here?",I asked the
lizard and he didn't reply. I looked up
and around, for any crevice which might
have allowed him entry. I had brought*
no. plants in, this second-story
bathroom, and.I was clueless.
"I'll get the boys to get him out when
I'm through,," I decided, going for one
more curative dip while keeping an eye
;upon the uninvited guest.
:"I usually bathe alone," I told the
lizard, and he looked at me so
curiously. It must be nice to be cute and
well-dressed 24 hours a-day. When he
cocked his head, he looked like the
Geico gecko which has become a
favorite creature we all admire. I'm riot.
sure I would have been surprised if this
lizard had addressed me with an
Australian accent.
Instead, he lost his footing and fell in
the tub with me.
I was no longer calm, because he was
swimming around like a mad lizard,
trying to find his way out of this watery
mire.
"Aiiiihhhhh," I screamed mightily,
standing up with bubbles all over me.
"Get out," I screamed again. ,
"Help me," I screamed a third time.
Down below, the 24-hour news
channel, coupled with .three running
appliances and a Play Station 2,
obscured any idea of mutiny from this


or environmentalists for
information about possible risks.
The commissioners followed
this secretive maneuver by asking
the county administrator to write to
you encouraging you to sell land to
the power project. We heard you
speak on Public Radio, saying that
you hoped the "most advanced
technology" would be used, "like
the project in Orange County." We
learned that gasification (the
Orange Co. project) is not being
considered.
Our children will not inherit the
clean, air and plentiful water we
enjoyed. Instead, they will endure
respiratory ailments caused by
particulate matter. Our elderly
family members will bear the price
of .medical complications from
breathing polluted air. We will all
risk delayed response timn as
emergency vehicles wait at railroad
crossings for 100+ coal train cars
to pass twice each day. The Florida
Aquifer can be affected by the run-
off from stored coal and by-
product,
.-+ Please see page 3


Midweek Muddle


ed okra


By SUSAN H. LINCOLN


deep tub.
Moments later, the lizard's furious
breast stroke became a motionless
float.
"Oh my God," I said to only God, I
suppose. "He's dead in my bath water."
Then I realized he was probably
boiling, so I grabbed my tube of bath gel
and used it aska little life preserver. As'
soon as T got it within reach of the little
green fellow, he climbed aboard and I
placed him on the side of the tub.
-I was breathing furiously, but he was
breathing more furiously. As I sat back
and wondered what he had done in my
water, I saw his chest heaving back and
forth, while simultaneously, his eyes
were shifting back and forth, arid his
spiffy, chartreuse green had boiled into
a cooked-okra look. In fact, he did look
like a skinny, cooked okra, with eyes
and a heartbeat.
I studied him carefully, wondering if
he would die before my eyes. I observed
that his tail was twice as long as' his
short body. He sat there stunned, as
did I,: afraid to move. We were in a
motionless, stand-off for minutes,
Finally, he got his breath and scurried
up the side of a picture frame--I think
he had that sick feeling you get when
you take a bath that's too hot.7.
"It's not good for you,"'I said to him,
having had the same words said to me
before.
Trying not to alert the lizard, I began
draining the water and inching toward a .
towel before he saw it and liked it a lot
since it was deep .forest green. I
wondered if my bathroom reminded
him of a tropical rainforest he had
heard about, or if it just reminded him
of hell.
After fully clothing, and watching him
carefully move from picture frame, to
bath products,, to a green candle he
,could love, I went to the loft and
announced to the husband: "I nearly
died in that tub 'and no one came to
check on me."
"It's not good to take a bath that hot,"
he said.
I just shook my head and remembered
why I needed that bath so badly.
"A lizard fell in the tub with me," I said
as a spicy retort; and he looked up but
didn't move.
"I need you to come get him," I
pleaded.
"Is he clean?" the husband asked,
laughing at his cleverness.
He's not only clean. He's moisturized,
smells like lavender and feels like a
boiled okra,
Been there.


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R-3 The Taco Times January 25, 2006


Scholarship funds
Jimmy Giddens (left), president of United Welding
Services, is shown giving Bob Daniel, Taylor Education
Foundation board member, a donation of $500. The money
will"be added to the general achievement scholarship fund.
Several of these scholarships are awarded each year to at-
risk,,,solid "B" and "C" students with good attendance. These
funds provide an opportunity for these students to attend
.college, which they ordinarily would not have.

Letters to the Editor


Alert senior citizens...


STEP
Continued from page 2
has 'estimated that joint
replacements save hundreds of
thousands of dollars by enabling
senior citizens to remain
independent at home in their
communities.


Please, remember if you want to
slip a friend ahead of you in the
line to first turn with a smile and.
warn the senior citizen behind
you. Never step back abruptly
without consideration. Someday
you may be in that position.
Frances P. .Zokar


'Do not go forward with sale'


POWER PLANT
Continued from page 2
Please Mr. Leach, do not go


with families who want the
quality of 'life we already have.
Don't allow, industry to exploit
what makes us special.


forward with this sale. Taylor Sincerely,
County offers prospective new Diane V. Whitfield
families vast resources of land on Spokesperson
which. to build their dreams. Taylor Residents United for the
S.'A119%_u. to share Taylor Coun Environment,.
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B-4 The Taco Times January 25, 2006


Room 1 Perry Flea Market Going out of
Business Sale! Everything reduced.
Friday, Saturday &.Sunday 10:00 AM
1/25-1/27

Garage Sale Rain or Shine! Friday &
Saturday from 9 5. Tools, fishing tackle,
furniture, motorcycle, 92 Chevy GEO
Tracker at Keaton Beach. Left on 361 two
miles, left on Eagles Way to dead end.
Follow Signs. 584-3104
1/25-1/27




Auction every Saturday, 6 p.m., 3 miles
south of Cross City on Hwy. 19 at Old
Drive In. Every third Saturday of the month
is Meat & Groceries. Now taking
consignments for future auctions. We do
estate sales, liquidation and bankruptcies.
AU#2548. Tri-State Auction Service. 850-
584-8714.
1/25-2/3
Public Auction this Saturday Cross City at
Old Drive Inn. 6 PM David is back with
Department Store Returns and other
General Merchandise. Tri-State Auction
Service. AB# 2011, AU#2548
1/25-1/27


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For Sale-1974 Bronco- Runs great/ new
brakes/ needs some body work- Great
Hunting vehicle Sale at $2800.00 Call
Mark 850-584-6021,
12/14tfnSH
Like new, extra clean '2000' Chevrolet Van
(Venture). Top of the line w/complete
power package. 56,000 miles, $10,500.
Call 584-7124
1/20tfPFM
Whole sale Transmissions used & rebuilt.
I also buy.old transmissions for cores.
850-843-2904, or 850-584-3193
1/20-2/15
1986 Monte Carlo SS for $3,500 also a '98"
Slzuki 65 horsepower for $1,200. call 850-
223-2015
1/20-2/1


'4 1989 K5 Chevy Blazer 4x4 $3,900. Call
"672-0943
1/25-2/3
2003 Dodge Ram 1500 Quad Cab-4x4
SLT Adult Owned No Smoke. Asking
$19,000 584-6477 Leave # MFG List
-$38,000.
1/25-2/3
'82' Toyota 5 speed pick up good woods
truck Blue $300
'87' Toyota 5 speed pick up Red, runs'
good. $650 Call 584-4558
1/25-1/27
94' Toyota pick up- decent body -blue
motor taken out- r 'acerTf'n't motor in bed
All parts are there 5 speed. $600 584-
4558
1/25-1/27
'86' EL Camino 4.3 L Automatic New
Tires.- New paint Blue Metallic ready to
go $4,000 or best offer. Call 584-4558
1/25-1/27
2003 Rar.qer @ 30,500 miles @ 3,000
miles on rew engine, 4 door. AM/FM CD
S .3000 call584-6140
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Steel 55 gal. Drums (fire drum), Plastic 55
gal. drums. $13.00 ea. Your choice
Wilson's.Bait &.Tackle. Call 584-6157
1/20-1/15 .
For Sale: 2-semi-trailer's for storage heed
some work. $400.00 ea. 584-6157 Wilson's
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1/20-1/25 ; .
250 watts Tech Wood Stereo System. 5-
disc CD changer, 2, cassette,. AM/FM
radio, 2-15" speakers with mids & highs,
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$400. Call 223-2406 leave message.
01/04-01/27
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For Sale- 24 squares of shingle. 40
year/110 mph guarantee. worth $2,000 sell
for $1,000. Call 584-975.7
1/25-2/17
I will sell your items on EBay. Low fees,
Call Kyle at 850-584-4976
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For Sale: Nextel 3 watt cell phone booster
with power cord. $150 firm 843-1234
1/1 ltfnRK
For Sale- Free standing fireplace with
base mantel. Comes with piping for the
house. 33" wide x 33" high x 21" deep.
Complete ($300) Call Mark at South
House! 850-584-6021
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Southern Villas of Perry!!
New Management!i
HUD Vouchers accepted. 1 and 2 bedroom
HC and non-HC accessible apartments.
Call 850-584-8111. TDD/TTY 711. 315
Puckett Rd. Perry, FL 32347. Equal
Housing Opportunity.
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Woodridge ADartments!!
Looking for applicants! Apply now for 1, 2
and 3 bedroom apartments. Equal Housing
Opportunity. Call 850-584-5668. 709 W.
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butter beans, black eyes, white acres, ford hooks, cream
corn, okra, green beans, broccoli, mustards & collards
Free delivery every Saturday with 3 or more bushels
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Fontana Dining Room Suite from Broyhill,
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hutch/ buffet) Brand new! Reg. price
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Rd. Call 850-584-2572
1/25-2/17
,For Sale: 3 bed room, 1 bath house in
town, with in-ground pool & pool house.
SLcated on 3 lots, minutes from schools.
Call 584-8275 for apt. Asking $80K
01/25-02/3
NEW LISTING Glen Ridge Subdivision
Spacious, luxury Ranch Home, 5 bed/4
- bdth,- modernized -kitchenLarge Sun-'-
Room, two family rooms/game rooms,
detached 2 1/2,car garage: Shown by
appointment. 850-584-3167
1/25-1/27
Land for sale, 221 between Shiloh: Church.
Rd. and Cairo Parker Rd. 1 acre lots with
paved, roads. Owner financing available.
Please call (386). 658-1346 or (850) 584-
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Approximately 1/2 acre lot. 3785 Oak Lane
Septic, City Water, Florida Power E l-cric.
$15,000. Non-negotiable. Call 584-6474 -
1/20-2/3.
For Sale 30 acres -- Taylor County,
Surrounded by Foley Timber & Land,
planted' pines, cigood runiling. $5,000 per
'acre. The Forestry Company (850) 584-
8887.
11/28tfTFC .
For Sale: 3 bed room, 1 bath house in
town, with in-ground pool & pool house,
Located on 3 lots, minutes from schools.
SCall 584-8725 for apt. Asking $80K
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2 Storage warehouses 1200 sq. FT. Each.
Rent $300 month Ea. Call 584-6157.
Wilson's Bait & Tackle.
1/20-1/31
2 ACRES ON JODY MORGAN NICELY
WOODED FOR RENT! BRING YOUR
MOBILE HOME OR RV, WILL
LANDSCAPE TO YOUR DESIRE.
PUBLIC BOAT RAMP & KEATON
BEACH .VERY CLOSE! FLEXIBLE
TERMS. CALL ANYTIME! 305-632-5822
OR 305-866-0460.
2 BR 2 B 28x44 MOBILE HOME
Set up in Everetts Mobile .Home' Park Rent
$480 per month $200 deposit water, sewer
& garbage included in rent. Application &
references required. Call Monday-
Wednesday 9 AM- 5 PM.
12/28tfn
For Rent- 3 bedroom block house 1 bath
central heat/air...Near shopping Center in
town. Will accept small family HUD
certificate. $560 month and last month to
occupy. Appointment only. No pets! 223-
3227
01/04-01/27LK



FIRST TIME Home buyers, if you have
enough money for a deposit on an
apartment! You can probably own your own
home. Call 850-576-2105..
11/4UH ..
DISCOUNTED MODELS Only 2 homes
left. Must go! Save $$$$$$ Call today!
850-576-2106
11/4UH
NEW HOME-1370 Sq: Ft..4 bedroom, 2
bath for under $475/month payments.
University Homes-850-576-2106
11/4UH
5 BEDROOMI 3 Baths plenty of room.-Buy
for under $550 a month, 850-576-2105
1 l'4uH
For Sale 1999 Riverview 16x80 mobile
home on 1 acre lot. 3 bed/2 bath. $68,000.
850-0552 or 850-627-3055.
1/13-2/24
For Sale: 1999 Riverview 16x80 mobile
home on 1 acre lot. 3 bed/2 bath. $68,000.
850-843-0552 or 850-627-3055.
3-3/3
For Sale: 1999 Riverview 16x80 mobile
home on 1 acre lot. 3 bed/2 bath. $68,000.
850-843-0552 or 850-627-3055,:
1/13-2/24



Lost: Family Pet. He" is a Black Lab
Spaniel mix with some white. Last seen an
wearing anorange reflective collar with,
blue rabies tag. Want information dead or
alive, Please Call 584-9892 or 843-0180.
1/25-1/27
FOUND Female Golden Cocker Spaniel
call Candie.;at (work) 584-2674 or (home)
386-294-3434
1/25



. AKC' Registered Cocker Spaniel puppies
,30011 Call Leah 584-3448(day) or 672-
0063(nights)
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Clinic:.
Certified Medical Assistant, Part-Time
ARNP, FullTime .
Receptionist/CNA/RMA, PRN, Steinhatchee
Environmental Services:
Housekeeper, PRN
Emergency Department:
RN/LPN, Full-time
EMT/LPN, Full-Time
EMS:
Paramedic, PRN
EMT, PRN
Flight Paramedic, PRN


Lab:
Phlebotomist, PRN


Maintenance person with carpentry,
electric, plumbing, yard care and
landscaping skills at New KOA
campground that needs a happy face to
help our campers enjoy there stay with us.
Pay based on knowledge and skills. Send
resume to Perry KOA 3641 Hwy. 19 South,
Perry FL 32348 or come in 584-3221
housing available.
1/20-2/1 ... ...
Heavy Equipment Mechanic
Local John Deere Dealership is looking for
an experienced technician to diagnose,
repair and provide general maintenance for
construction and forestry equipment.
Qualified candidate must have full range
of tools, be customer service oriented, and
require little supervision.
Our company provides a drug-free
environment with competitive pay,
excellent health and dental benefits, and
401 (k) Retirement & Profit Sharing Plan.
Qualified applicants should send resume
to HR. Manager, P.O. Box 3329, Albany,
GA 31706 or email resume to
hrmanager@flintholdings.com.
10/12tfFE
Full time Office Administrator- position
available for busy development sales
office in Steinhatchee. Must be
professional, good communicator, posses
excellent computer and telephone skills
and be self motivated. $10 hourly: Mail
resume to Ramona Griner, Steinhatchee
Rivergate, P.O Box 899, Steinhatchee, FL
32359 or call for an appointment 352-498-
4001
12/21tfnSR

HEAVY EQUIPMENT
OPERATOR
TRAINING FOR
EMPLOYMENT




Bulldozers, Backhoes,
Loaders, Dump Trucks,
Graders, Scrapers,
Excavators
Train in Florida
National Certification
,- Financial Assisfanrce, I' 0"o,0
Job Placement Assistance
800-383-7364
Associated Training Services
www.atsn-schools.com


Office Assistant'wanted at North Florida'
, Community College. Monday Friday
8:00 to 4:30. Partial Duties include:
Thorough knowledge and experience in
Microsoft Office including Outlook, Word,
Excel, and Access (must be able to create
and maintain spreadsheets and
jaiabasesi Updaiing and maintaining
:omputerized Board Policy Manual and
Procedures Manual; Coordinating
schedules/meetings; Maintain budget
information;. Record/transcribe minutes
(The ability to take.Shorthand dictation a
plus): Full job description on websitee,
Qualifications: AA/AAS degree
(Preferred) plus two (2) years related
experience. Send application & resume to
NFCC; Human Resources, 325 NW Turner
Davis. Drive, Madison, FL 32340.
Application must be' received by
1/31/2006. Application can be
downloaded at www.nfcc.edu, EOE.
1/20-2/1NFCC
Relief Advocates
Taylor County .
Taylor County. Provide crisis intervention
and domestic/sexual violence counseling
to hotline callers and residents. Assist
residents and' their children' in a
community living environment. Crisis
intervention skills required. Part-time,
every other weekend and vacation
coverage may require some overnights.
Requires Bachelor's degree in social work
or two years related experience.
AA/EOE Refuge House is committed to
respecting and .valuing diversity. Please
send resume with cover. letter stating
position being applied for to:
Refuge House, Inc.
P.O. Box 20910
Tallahassee, FL 32316
Fax 413-0395 '
12/28tfn
Route Sales. Excellent income for person
willing to work long hours. 2 to 4 day work
week. 850-574-3900EOE.
11/18-01/25SW


Home Health:
RN, Full-Time
LPN, Full-Time, PRN
Social Worker, PRN
Med-Sura:
RN, Full-Time, PRN
LPN, Full-Time, PRN
CNA, PRN
Health Unit Coordinator, Full-Time, PRN
Security:
Security Officer, PRN
Surgical Services:
OR Tech, Full-Time


Drug Free Workplace Equal Opportunity Employer


TAYLOR COUNTY BCC POSITION
VACANCIES
System Administrator- Salary range:
$36,504-$47,629.44 + benefits= Direct
coordinate & support local area computer
network.
Engineer I- Salary range: $50,024-
$65,269.97 + benefits+ Assist in,
organizing, planning & completing county.
engineering projects.
Library Tech P/T -20 hrs. week= includes'
some evenings & weekends $7.29/hr'.
Library circulation duties; and children's
programming duties.
Roll Off Attendant Call in only= may
include weekend or evening work $6.49/hr.
Substitutes at county solid waste
collection sites to insure proper'
procedures are followed.
Utilities Mechanic- $8.86 hr. Processing
recycle materials for marketing plus some
mechanical and maintenance work.
Road Mte. Tech- $8.04/hr.
Entire job description, requirements and
application can be obtained from www.tcfl--
libinfo.com or Taylor Employment
Connections, 1702 S. Jefferson Street.
Beginning salaries commensurate with
education and experience. Positions open
until filled. EEO/VP/DT/ background'
check employer.
1/13tfnBCC
HOUSEKEEPERS NEEDED
Experienced housekeeper needed.;
Dependable with reliable transportation is
a must. Please apply in person at
Steinhatchee Landing Resort, 203 Ryland
Circle, Steinhatchee, 'FL 32359. 352- 498-
3513.
12/9tfnSL
, Help Wanted Badcock and More Set up
and delivery. Must be 21 yrs old License
Required Good Driving Record No phone
calls apply in person. 1003 S. Jefferson
St.
11/11tfBC _



Wanted dead or alive: Junk cart trucks'.
tractors; etc. Wanted. lzuzu and "oy.:ia
trucks for export. 386-688-3999.
/1 .8tfS .. .. .
WANTED TO BUY: guns Winchester;
Browning & Remington. Call 386-804-77-16
01/06-01/25
WANTED: Old Ca- or. Old Car FPar,
"Teens," "20's," or 3'. Any crdidl'ior.
any make preferably Paige, Graham
Paige, or Graham. Call .715-419-1083 cell,
or 239-948-3638.
01/20-01/25 .


2006 premier Travel Trailer 32 Ft. Super
Slide out, washer/dryer, Awning, Air plus
extras $27,500 consider trade. 352-586-
6181. /"
1/25-2/17 "'


The Handyman experts, honest work!
Affordable, professional, licensed and
insured. Specializing in house painting,
interior, etc., mobile home repairs, home
maintenance, pressure washing (wood and
concrete) carpet, vinyl, wood floor, ceramic
tile, and repairs. Call 584-2270 (home) or
584-3776 (office). 25 years.
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A-2-ZFarm and Lawn Services
Harrowing, bush hog mowing, dirt leveling,
rake work and complete lawn services.
Call 584-6737, leave message.

VIOLET HILTON'S CLEANING SERVICE
Licensed and Insured.
Home, Business, parties, etc.., You will
see a difference! References available.
Work Guaranteed. Call 850-843-1112 (cell)
or for emergency cleaning call 850-584-
2407.
1/18-2/10

Kellow Appliance Sales and Service. We
have over 50 refurbished appliances in
stock now, Washers, dryers, refrigerators,
electric stoves, window a/c units, stack
unit w/d, RV w/d, wringer washer and dish
washer, $100 and up, with warranty, We do
in-home service and in-stop repair, 1302 N.
Jefferson Street, Perry. (850) 584-7773.
01/25-02/03

TREE REMOVAL, STUMP GRINDING
Free Estimates, Bucket Truck *Available,
will branches trimmed. Licensed &
Insured. Call John (Sesock), (850) 584-
2027 or (850) 591-8301.
01/04-01/27
A+ Blanco Home Cleaning Service, (850)
672-1298, Letty Blanco, Licensed &
Insured.
10/5tfBCS
House Cleanina Services
Any type of house cleaning and more- free
estimates Call anytime-850-584-9616'
01/01-01/27

Clay Swindle, L.L.C., All types of
remodeling docl s decks, windows, door
iramrnq add on addiiiori, porches, screen
enclosures, painting interior & exterior. '18
yrs. exp., licensed & insured. Free
Estimate, call 850-223-1780 or 843-1941,
leave message. Commercial &
Residential. ... v.., .,. ..,..
315riC -., -r '"* .. .... .r" ,-,
CARPET & VINYL
rin iaiiaiaori and repairs done at a good
.price. No overhead Direct savings to you.
'30 years experience. 850-838-9050.
Please leave message.
01/04tfnBR
J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.
Licensed and insured. Free'estimates. We
also grind stumps. Call today 838-1280.
Firewood for sale.
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Taylor County Board of County
Commissioners
Request For Qualifications
Aviation Consultant Services
Perry Foley Airport, Perry, Florida
The Taylor County Board, of County
Commissioners is inviting professional
aviation consulting firms to submit
statement of qualifications for providing
the services described below.
SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Ten(10)' copies of qualification
statements must be delivered to: Taylor
County Clerk of Courts at 108 N.
Jefferson Street (PO Box 620), Perry,
Florida 32347 by 4:00 PM, February 6,
2006 local time. Bids will not be
accepted after 4:00 PM local time. The
bids shall be opened and read aloud at
6:10 PM local time, February 6, 2006, or
as soon therofter as practical. They shall
be opened in the Taylor County Board
of Commissioners meeting to be held at
Steinhatchee Community Center,
Riverside Drive, Steinhatchee, Florida
during a regularly scheduled Board,
meeting. The proposals should be
submitted in a sealed package and
labeled that the package is being
submitted for "Airport Consulting Services
at the Perry Foley Airport."
Qualification statements are limited to a
total of 30 pages, including transmittal
letter, resumes, and 'all exhibits; but
excluding divider pages. No table of
contents is required. The statements
must contain the following information
presented in the following order:
1. Transmittal letter.
2. Experience in aviation consulting.
Describe relevant experience on similar,
projects of the lead firm, as well as any
proposed subconsultants. Clearly state
roles and responsibilities of each firm on
the team, and include an organizational
chart.
3. Staff experience in aviation consulting.
Provide an organizational chart of key
project staffing, individual role and
responsibility of each person, and
include appropriate or condensed
resumes.
4. Proposed method to achieve
Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE)
participation goal of 10.97 percent.
5. Prdof of professional liability insurance
for the.lead firm.
6. References on projects completed
within the past five years.
EVALUATION PROCEDURES
Services will be secured 'in compliance'
with the policies and procedures of the
Taylor County Board of County
Commissioners and FAA Advisory
Circular 150-5100-14C.. A Consultant
Selection Committee will be established
td review and evaluate all qualification
statements'submitted. A team may be
selected from the qualifications
statements, or if deemed necessary, a
m.n-rurr. of three teams will be Invited
to make a formal presentation. The
format and date of mne presenmarion will
be established at the time of short listing,
If undertaken ..
Qualification statements will 'be
evaluated and scored by the following
points: POINTS '
1.Transmittal letter 10
2. Team organization & experience 30
3. Staff organization & experience 40
4. DBE Plan 10,
5. Prbof of.insurance 10
100
Tne To.lcr C.ounty Bo.ard of.County
C..:nmi,.ior.er" reserves' the right -to
occepr or reject any or all responses
without further action. Reference
checks may be used as a "tl;-breaker"
in iril living o.r ucea as oacaironal
cc.nd,aeraiin:n during ine IOrmal interview,
and final selection process.
Questions concerning this RFQ must be ,
submitted in writing ro Melody Cox,,
SDirector or Aamn,slr.,aiio.n Talor County
Administrative Complex, 201 Easr Green
Street Perr., F.loiida 32%47 All auesrtons
and ano..aers ore Daul c information
SERVICES AfiD PROJECT DESCPlPrflOtI
Service requested include all
appropriate:,', General Consulting,
Planning, Environmental Architectural,
En.ineeiin C.insir.jciion Inspeciionr
SGant Pc..:urement Aris ,iane Capiral
improvement Program Management
SAs;iian.ce Finar.cial Consulling ana
Sairer sec .:es a required
Ine projeci(s) arricipated at the Airporn
couid consiT 01 runway aria raxiway
,morovements. aircon hangers apron
rrimprovements, NAVAIDS, airfield lighting.
reirminal aieo de.elopmert. oirside
impro.'emeni., planning and
envirorimenrol permitting
1/18; ,25-


INVITA1

The Taylor County SHIP
program requests
sealed bids from general
contractors for the,
Following projects:


In the Circuit of the 3rd Judicial Circuit of
Florida, in and for Taylor County
Washington Mutual Bonk, F.A., Successor
by Merger to Washington Mutual Home
Loans, Inc. Successor In Interest by
Merger to Fleet Mortgage Corp.,
Case #: 05-578-CA
Plaintiff,
vs.
Susan Titus Braswell; Shirley York Titus;
Clifford Raymond Titus; Capital City
Bank; Tree Capital Credit Union: Lee
Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc.; Unkown
parties in possession #1; unknown
parties in possession #2; If living, and all
unknown parties claiming by, through,
under and against the above named
defendants) who are not known to be
dead or alive, whether said unknown
parties may claim an interest as
spouses, heirs, devisees, grantees, or
other claimants
Defendant(s).
Notice of Sole
Notice is Hereby Given pursuant to an
Order of Final Judgment of Foreclosure
dated January 4, 2006, entered In Civil
Case No. 05-578-CA of the Circuit Court
of the 3rd Judicial Circuit in and for Taylor
County, Florida, wherein Washington
Mutual Bank, F.A., Successor by Merger
to Washington Mutual Home. Loans, Inc.
Successor in Interest By Merger to Fleet
Mortgage Corp., Plaintiff and Susan Titus
Braswell are defendantss, I will sell to
the highest and best bidder for cash, at
the West door of the Taylor County
Courthouse, located at 108 North
Jefferson, Perry, Taylor County, Florida,
between 11:00 A.M. and 2:00 P.M. on
March 9, 2006 the following described
property as set forth in said Final
Judgment, to-wit:
Commence at the Southwest corner of
the Northeast Quarter of the Northeast
Quarter of the section 21, township 4
South, range 7 East, said corner being in
the center line of state road S-361 and S-
361-a (Paul Poppelll Rd.) and run thence
North along the Quarter section line and
the center line of state road S-361,
1162.80 feet; thence run ,South 89'
degrees 57 minutes west, 40.0 feet to a
point on the West right c f` va boundary
of sold state road S-361 o id poir.r Djeing
the point of beginning. Fromr said point
of beginning run thence North 170.00
feet along the west right of Way
boundary of.said state road S-361 (said
road boundary being 40 feet West of,
and parallel to the ceriterline of said
road and to the said quarter section
line) to the point of Intersection of said
right of way boundary and the..North
o.:unraary of section 21, township 4
South, range 7 East; thence run soutn 89
degrees 57 minutes werr along rrne
north boundary of sald ~eclion 21 455 0
feet; thence run, south parallel to- the
center line.of state roads-361; 170.0
feet; thence run north 89 degrees 57
minutes east, 455.0 feet to the point of
beginning. Situate tying and being in ine'.
northwest quarter of the northeast
uajoner ofsection 21, township. 4 :outr
,range 7 east, Taylor county, Florida. '
If you are a ,person with a disability who
neer s aon, a,:ccmmo .3r.:.n ,r, r.aei to.
parilcipare irn TrIs prc.,eeirlng you are
entitled, at no cost to you, to the
po.I:,on of certain assistance. Please
conioac Taylor'County Courthouse, 108
Jronih Jefferson ,.Street, Perry FL 323J17
w.rnin 2 .-.orking cs or your receipts l
tns rtoioce or Salt- iI you are.Hearing
Impaired Call 1-800-955-8771 If yo,u are
voi e imipoired call: 1-800-955.8; 0
Dated at Perry, Florida, this .5 day of
January 2006
Arnnin ,lac r .luipr,, .... : >'"'. i
Cle, T.Th,,C-rcuWt ,Court y.'" ;r, "
Taylor County Floaria .. .
BY Man, Laoale .
Deputy Clerk
lonice .:.1 Puir.: Hearing
Hearing Daoe Feoruor 21 2006
Sublecr of Hearirn
1 Stafl u:e of Wireless Communicatlons
2 Proper use ol language or Property
of rne roaylor County Scnool Board
Tr,e District Scrhocol Board of Taylor
County will rola a public hearing on the
aDo'.e date for approval of sala
suject iIrerr, nhis hearing will be reld at
tne School Board Meeting The public is
Inviea ro attena to express ireir
opinlons,'conceirn Ine public nearing
will De neld oi :he Administrajive
Complex Scnooal Bcora Meering Room
318 nJormn Clark Stireel A copy of this
policy may be obtained from.the
Superintendentrs Oirice
IS[ Oscar 1 Howard Jr '
Superintendent ol Scnool
1/25 2, 218.2; 15


riON TO BID'

Demo-Reconstruction
Reconstruction
Reconstruction
Rehabilitation to Structure
Rehabilitation to Structure
Rehabilitation to Structure
Rehabilitation to Structure


A scheduled walk-thru to review the above structures is:
Friday, Feb. 3, 2006@ 10:60 a.m.
at the County Administrative Complex (Old Post Office)

To receive the bid packet, interested contractors may
contact the Taylor County SHIP office at 850-838-3500 (ext. 8)

Bids will be received at the Clerk's Office. County Courthouse, First Floor. North Jefferson
St., Perry, Florida 32347 no later than Monday. February 6. 2006. at 2:00 o.m. Bids
received after 2:00 o.m. will not be accepted. no exceDtlons! The sealed bids will be
publicly opened and read aloud Monday, February 6,2006 at 6:15 p.m. at the Stemnhatchee
Community Center, Steinhatchee, Florida by the Taylor County Board of County
Commissioners. The Taylor County Board of Commissioners reserves the right to accept
or reject any and or all bids in the best interest of Taylor County


* Front-End Loader & Backhoe Rental

* Dump Truck Rental

* Fill Dirt, Lime Rock & Gravel


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No. 2006-035-CP
In Re: Estate of VERNON DAVIS PETERS,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
Vernon Davis Peters, deceased, File
Number 06-035-CP pending in the Circuit
Court for Taylor County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is Post
Office Box 620, Perry, FL 32348. The
name and address of the personal
representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against the decedents estate, including
unmatured, contingent or unliquidated
claims, on whom a copy of this notice Is
served must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and
persons having claims or demands
against the decedent's estate, Including
unmatured or unliquidated claims, must
file their claim with this court WITHIN
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
The date of the first publication of this
Notice to Creditors Is January 25, 2006.
Personal Representative:
Laura Peters
P.O. Box 314
Salem FL 32356
Attorney for Personal Representative:
|s I Angela M. Ball
Attorney at Law
615 N. Jefferson St.
Perry, FL 32347
FL BAR 0796557
(850) 584-8960
Fax (850) 584-7907
aball low@hotmall.com
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
3RD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
1TAiLOP COUIIii, FLORIDA
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JOHNIE MOORE
Deceased
PROBATE DIVISION
Case No. 05-898
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
r.e aaminiiariron of the estate, of
Johnie Moore, deceased, File Number
05 898 is penaing in me Circuit Court for
Taylor Cour,r,. Foirica. Probate Dlyision,
'he adares,; 01 which Is Taylor County
ClerK of Court, P.O., Box 620, Perry,.
Fiona .a 32347. The names .:-. tr.e .
personal representatives and The
personal representatives attorney are
set forth' below.
All persons having claims against this
estate who are served with a copy of
this notice are required to file with this
court such claim within the later of three .
months after, the' date of the first
publication of this notice or 30 days after
the date of service of a copy of this
-lonce ..r, r-1 perz.e:.rn.;
L'ersoros naming clairim againr-t the estate
who are not known to the personal,
representaioli and whose names or.
addresses are not ,reasonably
ascertairable must rile ial Claims against
tme eslate ,i.nin rrree rmoinrtr after e tre
date .:) tire Iir, puolica.i'.n of inr notice
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED'
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this
Snonice I Januar,/ 2? 2006 ;
Personal "-r'ep'reseniaTiie' 0aC ."ana
Moore 1000 West Dundee Street Peirv
Florida 323J8
Attorney lor Personal Representative:
Vernira C. Wiliams. E., 9970 N.W 51st.

11/25-2/1
ijorice is rereoDv given o LYIIETITE
BLOMQUISi ana WILLIA?.,? R WATIS
unless payment lt made or, 1994 GMC
VlN# IGKDii3W3R0509368 vehicle will
be auctioned on ir.e 9th of FeDruary at
900 am al Ltrrys To, S Peco.ery
01/25


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Let your community
know what you

think!

Letters must be signed and.
accompanied by a phone
number for contact.
Please mail to P.O. Box 888,
Perry, FL 32348


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3.5, 4.0 honor rolls announced


TCHS
Continued from page 1

William Wright.
12th grade
Rami Alsharjabi, Natasha
Anderson, Benjamin Batten,
William Bourland, Marvin Britt,
Robert Cade, John Crowley,
Ricky Dice, Sonya Dowdell,
Devyn Dubose, Joseph Fleck,
Brandon Flowers, Joshua Fouche,
Lesia Gant, Sierra Gray,
Alexandria Griffin, Kendra Hart,
Sebastian -Ingram, Gregory
Jenkins, Brittany Johnson,
Thomas Joiner, Blair Jones,
Shauna Kapperman, Rebecca
Kelly, Stormie Knight, Gerard
Massey, Jonathan Murphy, Nurdin
Nurmanbetov, Kri Omamalin,
Charles Padgett, Jennifer Padgett,
Miguel Parga, Traci Pickles,
Jackelyn Pigford, Stephanie
Punda, Feandra Raysor, Colin
R evels, Sarmin Reza, Ashley
*Ricketson, Jordan Robertson,
Kendra Sadler, Judith Sever,
rSundra Singleton, Russell Smith,
-Lucas Stephens, James Sutton,.
.Russell Walker, Chanda Warf,
Carl Welch and Sherrick
.Williams.
3.5 honor roll
9th grade
Justin Blue, Jonathan Courtney,
-Abby Curry, Dylan Dayhaw,
-Dylanr Deming, William Deming,
-Rebecca Gibson, Sa'metri Griffin,
_Meagan Hill, Samuel Jenkins,
-.Kolby Livingston, Jacqueline
-McDonald, Ereecy McNeal, Tierra
-McNeal, Jerry Meeks, Erika
-Monroe, Leslie Nix, Lacey Smith,


Martha Southerland, David
Stalans, Maxwell Stephens,
Michael Thomas, Megan
Triestram, Hermeisha Waddell,
Sandy Weekley and Raymond
Wilson.
10th grade
Bonnie Batson, Taylor Brooks,
Katie Cooper, Kellie Cruce,
Thomas Dykes,' Gregory Flowers,
Andrew Hare, Byron Hayes, Logan
Houck, Kelsey Johnson, Nafees
Khan, Joshua Leverette, Chelsea
Mathers, Joshua' McCall, Justin
Mrotz, Jaren Murphy, Curtis
Murray, Megan Perry, Amanda
Portwood, Lynette Strickland,
Kendall Thompson and Heather
Williams.
11th grade
Sabrina Alexander, April
Arnold, Donald Bass, Oriel
Blalock, Zachary Bradshaw, Jarrett
Broughton, Jennifer Cantrell,
Casey Cooper, Erica Davis, Raul
Guzman, Rachel Heartsfield,
Katthryn Hoiles, Jarvis Howell,
April Johnson, Gregory Johnson,
Dale Krejar, Athenia McNealy,
Kirsty Metcalf, Martin Mims,
James Mock, Charles Morgan,
Teaveous Robinson, Cierra
Sparrow, Jennifer Tedder, Amanda
Thomas, Laura VanBlaricum,
Enrique Villagomez, Jessica
Weatherly and Tedrick White.
12th grade
Lara Aboushakra, Mindy
Adams, Laura Addison, Zhasulan
Altynbek, Shane Bailey, Jonathan
Bass, Spencer, Baumgardner,
Zachary Bowden, Elizabeth
Brown, Patrice Brown, Heather
Cartright, Valshantaya Cook, Joey


Crowell, Keri Farnell, Tambrika
Flowers, Michelle Gainey,
C'Mone Gillyard, Joseph Gnapp,
Fallon Gray, Jeffrey Hill, Wallace
Holmes, Michael James, Kathryn
Jenkins, Daniel Kirkland,
Samantha Lundy, Shannon
McGuire, Erica McNeal, Sean
Padgett, Toney Powell, Amanda
Rufo, Courtney Speas, Marcus
Spradley, Amanda Stiles and
Cyrstal Williams.

4.0 honor roll
9th grade
Nicholas Bennett, Benjamin
Blue, Jim Grimes, Ella
Heartsfield, Zachary Knowles,
Kathryn Powell, Jarrod Robertson,
and Daisy Villagomez.


10th grade
Patrick Drawdy, Emily Ensley,
Caleb Reaves, Katherine Smith
and Rebecca Thompson.
.11th grade
Amy Brett, Thomas Gober,
Stephen Kramer, Timothy
Machula, Jacob Meacham and
Andrew Turner.
12th grade
Caitlyn Anderson, Shalai
Anderson, Jonathan Baker, Allison
Bassett, Rosa Colon, Rosa Davis,
Jenna Dice, Farheen Fatima,
Viktoriya Hrubas', Douglas
Hubbard, Alexander Kramer,
Whitney Lawson, Jennifer Reams,
Cianna Reaves, Jennifer Ryan,.
Krystle Towles, Marsha Weekley
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TCES
.-Continued from page 1,
McGuire, Kristel Morris, Morgan
Neel, Timothy Read, Kaelen Reed,
Lauryn Rew, Anderson Rhodes,
Storme Roberts, Mercedez Rogers,
Aucilla Slaughter, Te'a Smith,
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-,- 5th grade, All A's
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