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Taylor d IL
Since 1961
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1| 2006 :.Tree Capital of the South 2 Sections Our 45th Year, No. 14.


News


From Taylor Energy Center



County negotiates for millions


RELAY
FOR LIFE



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Join the fight!
Taylor County's eighth annual Relay
for Life will be held this weekend, April
7-8, at the Taylor County High School
track. For more information, please
see related story on page A-3.

Nelson hosts
town hall m ? ng
Senator Bill Nelson will be in Taylor
County Monday, April 17, for a town
Ball meeting.
The meeting, which starts at 10
a.m., will be held at the county
commission board room located in
the courthouse annex). The public is
invited and encouraged to attend


Taylor County Commissioners
were given an update Monday
night about ongoing negotiations
with the utilities behind the Taylor
Energy Center over annual
contributions which could be worth
millions of dollars to the county.
Commissioners agreed in
October to allow County Attorney
Conrad Bishop to be the "point
man" in negotiations along with
Commission Chairman Daryll
Gunter.
At that meeting, Taylor County
Development Authority Director
Rick Breet said, "The
contributions, on an annual basis,
are worth millions of dollars."
Gunter began % Monday's
discussions.
"Basically, '.'ve're meeting," he


Man, 28,


stabbed


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said. "We're still waiting for
official word. They called this
morning and they're hoping their
board will meet this month and


have a formal presentation by the
first week of May.
"They would come before the
county commission."


Commissioner Clay Bethea
stated that he wanted to see the
timetable moved up so the county
would not be at a disadvantage in


the negotiation process.
The problem, according to
,,* Please see page 3"


Last chain ^% ,L AIA ,
for TaX Aid'! .A 28-vear-old Perry man
AARP Tax-Aide volunteers will be at remain, in the Intensive Care Unit
_TlfTQr.County Public Library 'ICUi at Doctors' Memorial
Mo-ay, &P.1 10. from 9:30 a.m. to 5 Hospital, after being stabbed twice
/p.m. ... late Saturday night at the Infernal
iis'wl be the last chance for tree Club.
tax C.assst hce' from Tax-Aide,". Perr\ Police Department Pil.
vol eers said. Brian Currt said he recei\ ed a call
deadline .to file income tax to make contact nith Chicodnrick
retJ 5 -Hu-ger, 20). 4wh:-told dispatch
.' :". that he had stabbed the man a short
... time prior.
re mO '' While enroute to Hugger's
on rirda residence, dispatch again
on Frl rid, contacted Curry and told him that
Bring your family and friends and the victim was at DMH
enjoy ,a free movie at the Taylor IJ Emergency Room with. stab
County Rublic Library from 3-5 p.m., wounds. Curry then went to DMH.'
Friday, April 7. i "While at the hospital," Curry
Popcorn will be provided! said, "I made contact with' the
victim, who said that Hugger had
S, stabbed him whilee the\ were
S rs1 fighting. The ,ictim, % ho suffered
'happy birthday' i astab 1ound to the left shoulder
and another to the left chest area,
Tayldr ty Senior Centehday will said that he approached Hugger
everyoh who has a birthday in April ,. Please see page 3


on Friday, April 7.
The celebration will include a
"Funny Hat"' contest, with a panel of
"secret" judges selecting a winner.
The contest .will end after Bingo on
Friday. '., :
ULind Jgran, a minister for Potter's
HouM' Perry, will kick off a new
prograrqf'of prayer services/devotions
at the center today (Wednesday).
The new program will be held each
Wednesday morning with a volunteer
for each'wee tlay service.
On April 12, the prayer service will
be led by volunteer Juanita Calloway;
April-19, the service will be hosted by I
Pastor James Calhoun; and April 26,
by volunteer Thelma Newberry.
For I rtr' information about
service ered at the senior center
from h de keleqing, health care,
activitiesolnd more, please call 584-
.4 .2_,fbT,_aylor Senior Center is
opel Mohday through Friday, from
q. -to P, M, .

l Blood dnv
4' '. April 11
4ilor.r, tal. Center will host a
bloodIdrie Tuesday, April 11, from'10
The,, i ,c;n s located at 409 East
Ash Street;' contact Life South
Community Blood Center at (386)
755-0480 for donor qualifications.


Index
Liir -..page A-4
S 6. .pa~ge A-6
RelCfiic1...page ,-7
Cormmuri1Wity...paGe 5-1
Editorial...page B-2
Claeifieds5...page B-4
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Monday, shortly before noon. No one.was Injured in the blaze, which also spread -toa .rearby'ttr. tii0 V
story on page A- 3.- 1.-1 ..





Relay for Life starts Frid


Insidious, often-deadly and
forever life-changing, cancer
strikes without regard to age. color
or station in life.


You can join the fight against
cjincer this weekend, by supporting
Taylor County's eighth annual.
Rela.i for Life. '' hiih benetits the

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Taylor County FireRescue used the "Jaws. of Life" in extricating\ the driver of this
overturned Dodge truck Saturday. Firefighters had to remove the top of the truck's cab in order
to reach the victim, who was treated at, the. scene by Emergency Management Services (EMS)
personnel. The man was later flown to Tallahassee Memorial Hospital by the AirMedic helicopter
unit.

At fourth annual festival


Bluegrass fans take Taylor


You didn't need to be a bluegrass
fan to hate fun at the fourth annual
Florida State Bluegrass Festiyal
held here March 31-April 1.
A cool breeze. friendly facesand
talented entertainers of all ages set
the stage for a weekend of music
and fellowship "under the pines" at
Forest Capital'Park.
"Many of the artists told me this
was th'e best' festii al they ever
played--they said the hospitality
was great and that the crowds were


so receptive. Many said they would
love to come .back again,"
Coordinator Dawn Taylor said.
An/'estimated 3,000 people--
double the crowd frori last year's
event--took part in the festival.
"I am very pleased with the
turnout. The local participation this
year was up tremendously. We also
had a great number of out-of-town.
visitors, including one couple from'
Nova Scotia, and even a couple
visiting from' Switzerland," Taylor


said. "The editor of 'Bluegrass
Now,' who was our special guest
for the weekend,' said this was one
of the best festivals he's ever
attended."
RV parks and motels were
booked solid for the event, "with
many visitors staying well over a
week. We already have 30 camping
reservations for next year" -
The economic impact for the
two-day festival was projected to
be $1 million, "however, I believe


American Cancer Society.
This year's goal is to raise
$70,000 during the 18-hour event
which begins at 6 p.m, Friday;
April 7, and concludes at noon,
Saturday, April 8, at the Taylor-
County High School track-.
Eighteen teams have committed
.to raising a minimum of $1,000
each and having at least one


member on the track at all times.
Beach themes will be reflected in
the team campsites and costumes
as they toast this .year's theme
."Beach Bash 2006."'
Event Chairperson Jamie Clark
will open the ceremonies at 6 p.m.
:with' a special tribute to local-.-
", Please see page 8


Three injured in


two major wrecks
Saturday was a busy day for emergency services with at least two major
wrecks reported. Three injured were transported by air to two different
regional hospitals.
In a one-vehicle crash approximately one-mile south of Beach Road, -
Gordon Pardus of St. Petersburg, "drove his 1994 Dodge pickup truck
across the outside lane and off of the east side of the roadway," according
to Florida Highway Patrol Crash Inv. Allen Kennard.
"It then overturned and struck several, trees, coming to rest on its left
side, facing south," he added.
Pardus was treated at the scene by Doctors' Memorial Hospital
Emergency Medical Services (EMS) personnel Scot St. Claire, paramedic,
and Jennifer McNutt, EMT.
DMH AirMedic One transport helicopter flew Pardus to Tallahassed.&t
Memorial Hospital, where he was treated for "serious" injuries. Charges' -
are still pending in that case.
-* Please see page 8




County by storm


we will exceed that amount,"
Taylor predicted.
The event was coordinated by
the Perry/Taylor County Chamber
of Commerce and supported by the
Tourism Development Council.
Progress Energy returned as title
sponsor.
There was not an empty seat in
the house when headliner
"Cherryholmes' took the stage
"- Please see page 8


Two "pickers" strumming.
classic bluegrass tunes.


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A-3 The Taco Times April 5, 2006


Will re-advertise amendments


Commissioners


stand ground in


debate with DCA


The Taylor County Commission
is sticking to the decision made at
its meeting two weeks ago in a
debate with the state's Department
of Community Affairs (DCA) over
how the department handles
certain comprehensive plan
amendments in the county.
At Monday night's meeting,
commissioners' agreed to re-
advertise two amendment
applications as small-scale
amendments even though it is
DCA's opinion that they be
classified as regular amendments.
Small scale amendments only
require one reading on the county
level and do not go through a full
review before DCA.
The issue began when a letter,
dated Jan. 13, was sent from Kelly
Martinson, assistant general
counsel for DCA, to Enid Eharbar
with the North Central Florida
Regional Planning Council
(NCFRP). In it, Martinson said
amendments that changed land use
designations to "mixed-use urban
development" would have to be
processed as regular amendments
since that designation has a sliding
density scale ranging from four
units per acre to 20 depending on
;the availability of water and sewer.
S"Given that the current future
land use category within the
proposed future land category
:allows one unit per acre and the
proposed future land use category
:(mixed used urban development)
allows over 10 units per acre, the
-amendment cannot be processed as
:a small scale amendment,"
Martinson said.
Ehrbar then sent an e-mail to
-county staff telling them of DCA's
opinion, and the commission
decided to consider two upcoming
amendment- applications regular
amendments, even though they
,.Aere under the usual 10-acre
requirement.
The amendments in question'
were: an application by Kenneth B.
Hutchins to amend the future land
use classification from agricultural
; rural residential to mixed-use'
urban development on a parcel


containing 9.95 acres, more or less;
and an application by Bishop Clark
III and Deborah Casey, Leisure
Lands Consulting, LLC, as agents
for Lindsey Island, LLC, to amend
the future land use classification
from conservation to mixed-use
urban development on several
parcels of land totaling 9.67 acres,
more or less.
After receiving a letter from
Hutchins, commissioners
discussed the issue at their March
21 meeting, and voted 4-0 to send
a letter to DCA disagreeing with
their opinion.
"It's time we take a stand and
continue to function as a county
government according to our comp
plan and challenge this
administrative ruling,"
Commissioner Jack Brown said at
that meeting.
When the public hearing began
for Hutchins' application began,
Danny Griner with the Taylor
County Planning Department
asked the commissioners how they
needed to process the two
amendments,
"It would be my advice to re-
advertise the application as a small
scale amendment," 'County
Attorney Conrad Bishop said.
Brown asked Hutchins if that.
was fine with him, and he stated
that he had applied for a small-
scale amendment.
; Brown made a motion to re-
advertise the 'amendment and
Commissioner Clay Bethea
seconded. The measure passed 5-0.
Bro>\n then offered a second
motionto re-advertise the Lindsey
Island amendment with Bethea
again seconding. That measure
also passed unanimously. I
A third amendment application
which added a policy prohibiting
the use of any land within the
unincorporated area of the county.
fofr' a military) missile
testing/bombing range also had a
public hearing Monday night. The
hearing was a transmittal hearing
and commissioners voted
"* Please see page 8


Fire claims trailer,


ruled 'unintentional'
A single- Tide mobile home was destroyed at Dykes Trailer Park
SMonday, while another trailer beside it also caught fire, but was
extinguished by firefighters on the scene.
The resident of the mobile home, Ellen Marie Hawkins, 42, 'escaped
injury, but stood by outside and watched as her home and belongings went
tup in flames.
Trucks from Taylor County Fire/Rescue and City of Perry Fire
Department went to :the scene as multiple firefighters battled to keep the
blaze from reaching other residences only feet away.
Flames melted walls and blew out windows as Fire/Rescue Chief Steve
SMiller, Lt. ChadArrendale and firefighters Jeremy Denmark and Michael
Fox, along with City Firefighter Danny Wright worked furiously, in an
attempt to extinguish the flames.
Several large and small trees which hovered over the dwelling caught
fire, while one even fell. landing on the burning residence.
Investigators with the State Fire Marshall's Office %was called to the fire,
but after investigating, ruled the blaze "unintentional."
J American Red Cross Disaster Services arrived at the park where they
Save Hawkins $190 in financial assistance to purchase needed food and
clothing.


April is Setic

Tank Awareness Month


If you haven't had your

septic tank pumped out in the last


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Win a truck!
"Logging for a Cure" has teamed with Thomas Chevrolet to offer a "fantastic" prize drawing to benefit this year's Relay for Life'.
A 2006 Chevy Silverado truck will be given away Friday, April 7, during the annual event benefiting the American Cancer
Society. Tickets for the drawing are ,$100 each. "Our goal is to sell 300 tickets and we've already sold 150," team memberE
Charlotte Lanier said. The drawing will be held at 8 p.m. The team will also be selling channel catfish dinners Friday night as ar
additional fwnd-raiser. Shown above are: Charlotte Lanier, JR and Paige Proenza, Benjye, Gail, Ben and Will Tuten, Cal Thomas,
Donna Johnson and Billy Pillow. Tickets can be purchased from any team member and the evening of Relay.

For incentives



Taylor 'setting the curve'
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MILLIONS
Continued from page 1
Gunter, is that while three of the
partners are ready, the fourth is
made Up of 17 groups itself.
Commissioner Malcolm Page


asked about the progress of an
application for a land use
change amendment by the power
group.
According to Danny Griner
with the Taylor County Planning
Department, no paperwork has


been turned in yet, but the group
is still trying for the July 1
deadline for submitting it for the
next amendment cycle.
Otherwise they will have to wait
until the following cycle with a
deadline of Jan. 1, 2007.
Taylor resident Diane Whitfield
asked whether they had examined
what other areas have done
when negotiating with power
plants.
"What we learned, is that Taylor
County will be setting the curve,"
Gunter said.


"Most places give incentives to
get them to go there, rather than
getting incentives to come
there.
"Most places give them money :
to come. We're asking them to give
us money to come. That's not the
norm."
Whitfield pointed out that since
the utilities are municipalities, they
do not have to pay ad valorem
property taxes.
SThey are exempt," Gunter
said. "They're trying to be, a good
community supporter.


STABBED
Continued from page 1


about a note which Hugger had
written and left on his mother's
door.
"The \ icnm said the letter had
homosexual content and that he
was upset about it," Curry said.
"The victim said when he
approached Hugger about the
letter, they both began punching
each other.
"The victim also said that during
thebrief altercation, Hugger pulled
akhife; stabbed him twice and then
fled the scene,' Curry added.
After the hospital interview,
Curry went to Hugger's residence,
where he :aid that handd the
victim had indeed, gotten into an
argument over the letter.
"Hugger said, during the
argument, the victim punched him
in the face a couple of times and'
that he picked up a knife, which
happened to, be lying on a table,
and he began stabbing the man to
protect hirnself," Curry s-aid. .
"I then asked Hugger if he had
punched the victim before stabbing
him and he said that he had," Curry
added,
Hugger then told Curry that he
had "thrown the knife away
somewhere, while leaving the club
in a,hurry."
Curry said he explained to
Hugger that he had spoken to
witnesses and the victim prior to
talking to him, and that "after
hearing all the facts that Hugger


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Super Stars win national championship


The Taylor Elite All-Stars
recently competed in the 2006
American Open National
Cheerleading Championships held
March 24-26 at Orange County
Convention Center in 'Orlando.
All-star cheerleaders traveled from
all over the country for the
competition which was hosted by
American Championships.
After a trip to Walt Disney
World on Friday, the Shining
Stars, Shooting Stars and Super
Stars lcjmIrn compctcd in thc
prelimin.r, rnund ,:on Saturda',


with the final round being held on.
Sunday.
The Taylor Elite Super Stars
brought home the. National
Championship in the Senior All-
Star division, 12th grade and
under. They received a team
trophy and banner, as well as.
individual gold medals and
national championship jackets.
The national champions are Blaire
Allbritton, Georgie Armstrong,
Ronnie Armstrong, Taylor
Brooks. Briul Churc hill. Anri ib elle
Ed- aird'-. Ernil, Ensk-. AI, s-,a


Ernst, Amber Ernst, Brooke
Granthum, Lauren Hardin, Brent
Hendry, Josh Keen, Angela
Roberts, Candice Story, Kelli
Thomas and Colton White.
The Shining Stars finished in
fourth place in the Pee-Wee All-
Star division, fourth grade and
under. The Shining Stars are
Savannah Amundsen, Keyontae
Dixon, Tyanah Foli, Kyra
Gibsbn, Julie High, Haley Lago,
Rachel Lark, Hannah McNutt,
LilliN McNuii and Kae Whiddon,
Please see page 5


In the Senior AIl-Star division, the Super Stars won the national championship.


Taylor's Shining Stars finished in fourth place at the competition.


Shooting Stars took fifth place in the Junior All-Star division, ninth, grade and. under.


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Charles Ward'
May 6, 2006
Claire Neal
Allen Burke "
May 6, 2006
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June 10, 2006
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Cori Johnson
June 17, 2006
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A-5 The Taco Times


April 5, 2006


New arrivals


Jakari Mikell Jackson Jr.
Kourtney Michelle jackson
Dionn White and Jakari Jackson announce the birth of their twins: a
son, Jakari Mikell Jackson Jr., and a daughter, Kourtney Michelle
Jackson.
Jakari Mikell weighed 5 pounds, 5 ounces, and was 18 inches long.
His sister weighed 5 pounds, 9 ounces, and was 18 inches long. They
were born March 14, 2006, at 12 midnight in Tallahassee.
Maternal grandparents are Willie White and Harriett White. Paternal
grandparents are Eddie and Beatrice Jackson, Clymell and Charles
Washington.


Jakari and Kourtney Jackson


Golden anniversary
John L. (J.L.) and Phyllis Jackson will be honored by their
children with a drop-in reception marking their 50th
wedding anniversary on Sunday, April 9, at 1 p.m. The
eventt will be held at Fellowship Primitive Baptist Church in
Shady Grove. "The only gift required is the honor of your
presencee" Children of the couple include: Jimmy and
Brenda Wilson, Janet Jackson, Valerie and Bobbie Goodman,
Jonna Leigh and Lewis Pate. John L. Jackson and Stacy
Walker.



Taylor Elite: ol


CHAMPIONSHIP
Continued from page A-4

all of Perry, as wellas Hannah
I Thomas of Live Oak .
The Shooting Stars placed fifth
in the Junior All-Star division,
ninth grade and under. The
Shooting. 'Stars are Victorij
Allbruion. Leah Brannan, Al-ssaa
Ernst, Slac) Garand, Ashle
Giacomucci, Victoria Hardin,
Cheyenne Hoover, Brittany
I Miller, Ashlyn Mills, Raven.
Mitchell, Taylor Owens, Alicia
Saul and Madison Thomarn s.
Out of mote than 300 teams in
attending, both the Shooting Stars
and Super Stars were named as
Iinalists for. the National;
Sportsmanship Hall of Fame. In
addition to'three wins in the past" '
five years, Tayior Elite
Cheerleading has been nominated
for this prestigious award five
times. The finalists are nominated
by the staff of the American
Championships, and. by other'
coaches at the competition.
In addition, Victoria Allbritton,,
Georgie Armstrong, Ronnie
Armstrong, Britt Churchill,.
Annabelle Edwardg, Emily Ensley,
Alyssa Ernst, Amber Ernst,
Brooke Granthum, Lauren Hardin,
.Victoria Hardin, Brent Hendry,,
Brittany Miller, Angela Roberts,
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Birth announcements
and photos
may be e-mailed to
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Nathaniel Phillip Tedder


Garrison Blake Guenthner
Kevin and Sabrina Courtney Guenthner announce the birth of their son,
,Garrison Blake, on Feb. 10, 2006. Garrison weighed 7 pounds, 6 ounces,
and was 19.50 inches long.
Grandparents are Joe and Claudette Courtney, and Don and Norma
Guenthner. Great-grandmother is Faye Gibson.
The new arrival was welcomed home by his brother, Nathan.


Reminder

'Wdfiamson
The children of "Fully" and Bobbye Williamson remind friends and'
relatives of the 50th wedding anniversary, reception in honor of their
parents on Saturday, April 8, from 2 until 4 p.m. in Calvary Baptist
Church. "Your presence is the only gift requested,"'the couple insists.
They were married March 31, 1956. Children include Linda, Al, Andy
and Laura.

Easter egg hunt Saturday
On Saturday, April 8, starting at
10 a.m. at Hodges Park on
Keaton Beach, the Easter Bunny
will drop in for a visit and photos
while children's faces are painted.
At 11 a.m. the Easter Bunny
will kick-off the 2006 Easter Egg
Hunt.



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in Jacksonville and in seventh
,place in' the Official Florida
Championships at the Florida
State Fair in Tampa. The
. Shooting Stars took third place at
the G.aior Cir Classic, first place
at the Nature Coast Cljssic, fourth
place at State Championships and
fifth place at the State Fair. The
Super Stars took first place at the.
Gator City and Nature Coast'
Classics, and fifth place at The
State. They were crowned state
champions at the State Fair.
This weekend, Taylor Elite
travels to Charleston, S.C., to


compete in the 'American
Superstarz National Cheerleading
Championships to be held at the.
Charleston Area Convention
Center Complex.
Ta) lor Flite Cheericading is the'
comperotnie all-star cheerleading
program from Taylor Gymnastics,
Cheerleading & Dance., They are
coached by Shona Whiddon,
Mandy Cornelius and Nicole
Whatley. Assistant coaches are
Taylor Brooks and Angela
Roberts.
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Nathaniel Phillip Tedder
Joshua and Sara Tedder of Perry announce the birth of their son,
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weighed 6 pounds, 11 ounces, and was 20.25 inches long.
Maternal grandparents are Patrick and Dorothy McMullen. Maternal
great grandparents are the late Pat and Lucy McMullen.
Paternal grandparents are Glenda and R.V. Mathews, and A.W. and
Carol Tedder. Paternal great grandparents are Edwin and Lanell
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First grader Meagan Beaty was
omitted from the 1st grade Aucilla
Christian Academy honor roll, all
"A's" list, and Alex Dunkle's
name was mispelled.


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Gymnastics, Cheerleading and
. Dance;
Helicopter ride by
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Remote control speed
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Two-night stay at Keaton i
Beach Marina;
Airplane ride by Lumart
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Beach lover's survival
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Aluminum tote box from
CDI;
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A-6The Taco Times April 5,2006


Date


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Flowers also placed fifth in the
100 meters (13.39 seconds) and
15th in the 200 meters. .,
Others placing for the Bulldogs
included: Ereecy McNeal, 7th in
the 100 meters (13.55) and 5th in
the 200 meters (28.03); Chelsea
Sparrow, 15th in the 400 meters
(1:39.24), 3rd in the shot put (23-
03) and fourth in.the discus (53-
09.5); Vesharyn Brown, 8th in the


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Tradelvan Whetsel placed first
in both the 100 meter dash and
200 meters and Trambrika
Flowers was first in the high jump
to lead the Taylor County High
track team in the Maclay "Bring
Your Best" meet held last week in
Tallahassee.
Whetsel blistered the 100
meters in 11.15 seconds and the
200 meters in 22.92 seconds to
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100 meter hurdles (22.21), 10th in
the 300 meter hurdles (59.07) and
7th in the long jump (13-00.25);
Sharika Ellis placed 8th in the
long jump (12-02.5); Jonathan
McKnight was 4th in the 100
meters (11.82) and 11th in the 200
meters (27.67); A'Drick Arnold
was 8th in the 400 meters (54.91)
and 4th in the long jump (16-
11.5); Zachary Bradshaw placed
13th in the 400 meters (1:02.61),
12th 'in the 800 meters (2:41.24),
5th in the long jump (16-11) and
2nd in the triple jump (33-11.5);
William Wright was 8th in the
discus (75-10) and 9th in the shot
put (31-08); Charles Reaves was
17th in the 1600 meters (6:32.37);
Christopher Britt was 8th in the
300 meter hurdles (55.79) and
Joshua Wallis placed 6th in tile
high jump (5-08).
Several individual members of
the TCHS track team competed in
Saturday's Chiles Capital City
Classic.
Flowers placed second in the
women's high jump with a leap of
5-04. Bradshaw was 11th in the
triple jump (42-01) and 43rd in the
800 meters, Russell Smith was
27th in the 800 meters (2:17.42),
29th in the 1600 meters (5:54) and
23rd- in the 3200 meters (11:32),
William Wright placed 34th in
both the 1600 meters and the 3200
meters and Arnold was 39th in the
800 meters.


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Kiwanis Relay Golf
The Perry Kiwanis Club held its Fifth Annual Golf Scramble Friday to benefit the American
Cancer Society's Relay for Life. Citizens Bank produced the winning team in the event with
team members (holding plaques, left to right) Marvin Brooks, Michael Allbritton and Don
Lincoln (not shown, Marshall Hicks). Flanking the team are Kiwanians Jim Bassett (left)' and
Karl Stoyer.


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A-7 The Taco Times April 5, 2006


Churches join forces to produce Easter pass


Listen for the clear and
distinctive sound of hammering
and construction at First Baptist
Church of Perry, but understand
that this is no ordinary
refurbishing.
The crews are busily creating a
replica of first century Jerusalem in
the sanctuary, to serve as the
background for the upcoming
multi-church production, "Forever
Triumphant,"
The passion play will be
presented on Good Friday, April
14, at 7 p.m. and Holy Saturday,


April 15, at 7 p.m. at First Baptist.
There is no admission fee and all
are welcome.
With volunteer stage crew
members, sound and light
technicians, choirs from First
Baptist of Perry and Pleasant
Grove Baptist churches as well as
voices from First Presbyterian
Church, First Methodist and
several other congregations there
will be more than 70 singers, robed
and veiled in biblical attire.
The sacred musical honors the
last week in the earthly life of Jesus


Obituaries


Martina Rios Villalba
Thompson
Mrs, Martina "Mickey" Rios
Villalba Thompson, 56, died
March 31, 2006, at her home in
Perry.
Mrs. Thompson was born Oct.
24, 1949, in Duncan, Ariz. She
grew up and received her
education in Safford, Ariz., where
she met and married her husband
of .35 years, Troy Lee Thompson
II'.
They relocated to Orlando where
-their daughter Kimberly Marie was
born. In 1974, they relocated to
Perry where she worked with her
husband for 31 years at T & R
Marine. Their son, Troy Lee IV,
was born in Perry.
She was preceded in death by
her parents, Pilar and Maria
Villalba.
Survivors include: her husband,
Troy; a daughter, Kimberly Marie
Thompson Borjon; a son, Troy Lee
Thompson IV; four sisters, Anita
Polanco, Susan Madrid, Veronica
TVrrazas, all of Safford, and Juanita
Douglas of Tuscon, Ariz.; four
brothers, Simon Villalba, Abe
Villalba and Jose Villalba, all of
Safford, and Sam Villalba of Mesa,
Ariz.; four grandchildren; mothers-
in-law and fathers-in-law, brothers
and sisters-in-law; and a host of
nieces and nephews.
Fuf eal" 'serVices: were' held,..
Tuesday April 4, at 10 a.m. at the
Catholic Church of the Immaculate
Conception with Father C. Slade
Crawford officiating. Viewing and
rosary services were held Monday
from 6 until 8 p.m. at Joe P. Burns
Funeral Home,
Memorial donations may be
made to Big Bend Hospice, 1723
Mahan Center Blvd., Tallahassee,


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FL 32308.
Bums Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.

Rachel Lynette
Singletary
Rachel Lynette Singletary, 61,
died April 1, 2006, at her home.
She was a native of Perry, but
had lived in Lutrell, Tenn., for the
past five years.
Survivors include: her husband
of 45 years, Bobbie Joe "Buck"
Singletary; three daughters, Jeanie
Curry of Jacksonville, Wanda Dice
and Lilah Buckhalter of Perry; two
sisters, Dian Reams of Perry and
Wanda Snyder of Maynardville,
Tenn.; six grandchildren; and a
host of nieces and nephews.
Memorial services will be held
at her home in Lutrell, Tenn., April
8, 2006 to celebrate her life.
In lieu of flowers donations may
be made to St Mary's Hospice,
9447 Andersonville Pike,
Knoxville, TN 37938.
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Christ, from his triumphal entry
into Jerusalem to his tortured
crucifixion on Calvary and then to
his glorious resurrection from the
dead on Easter morning. Directed
by First Baptist's musical director
Sara Grambling, the multi-church
choir idea was a natural.
"There is power in numbers," she
said. "Hopefully, the more
churches we can involve, the
bigger the impact on the
community. More people praying,
more people inviting the lost, more
people coming to check out the
production out of curiosity, more
people excited about the Gospel of
Jesus Christ, thus, more people
there to see the story of Jesus'


amazing love for mankind."
Grambling talked about the
tremendous benefits of fellowship
with "brothers and sisters" from
other congregations. "We're all on
the same team anyway, so, it just
makes sense to me to join together
for things such as this. I love
involving other people and
allowing people to serve where
they are called to serve and have
fun doing it. There is great joy and
freedom in serving Jesus."
"Forever Triumphant," in
rehearsal since January, has already
faced and overcome many
challenges. The first hurdle was
creating the vision of the set design
crew to transform the sanctuary


Masses planned for


Passion/Palm Sunday

Catholics invite community to services
' The Immaculate Conception Catholic Church announces the following
masses for Passion/Palm Sunday: Saturday, April 8, at 6 p.m. Vigil Mass;
Sunday, April 9, 7:45 a.m., Divine Mercy Novena; 8 a.m. mass; 10:15
a.m., Divine Mercy Novena; and 10:30, mass.
The Stations of the Cross will be observed every Friday during Lent at
6 p.m. following 5:30 p.m. mass.
Reconciliation/Confession is offered-every Saturday from 4 until 5:45
p.m.
The Weekly Mass Schedule is: Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 5:30
p.m.; Tuesday and Thursday, 9 a.m.

Friday brings devotional, lunch for men
The monthly gathering of men that includes lunch and a brief
inspirational message by the Rev. Eddie Blalock will be Friday, April 7, at
the M.A. Rigoni Cookhouse on North U.S. 19 (north of the former
Highway Patrol Station office).
Lunch will be served from 11:30 a.m. until 12:15 p.m., followed by the
message which will conclude at 12:35 p.m.
The cost is $5; all men are invited.


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into the bustling marketplaces in
the desert of old Jerusalem and the
dark hill of Calvary. A team of
volunteers led by Patti Owens
tackled the problem with plans,
hammers and masses of fabric.
Next came the tricky configuration
of sound and lights as a volunteer
stage crew decided how to move
80 people around on the church
platform.
Then,' of course, the need for
costuming had to be met. Wardrobe
director Deborah Adams
coordinated an effort' that
combined using biblical costumes
from a previous First Baptist
production nearly 10 years ago,
"The Victor," and finding volunteer
seamstresses to make the rest of the
robes. Feet needed to be sandaled
and Roman centurions needed to
be decked in red and gold. Actors
had to be encouraged to take .on
demanding roles from narrators to
shopkeepers, from soldiers to Jesus
himself.
Finally, it was a logistical
challenge to gather churches
together for rehearsals of both
music and staging as Grambling
worked with Clyde Cruce,. choir


Sion play
director of Pleasant Grove Baptist.
Grambling said, "All of this:was
important, but not as challenging
as our need to never lose sight of-
the purpose of this production,
which is to honor the Lord, to bring
the story of Jesus' death :and
resurrection and His gift of
salvation to a hungry world. :
"Jesus is a real person, with an
unexplainable love for people; He
longs for a relationship with every
human being. As a believer; we
have been commanded to share the
good news. That's what we: are
doing -- sharing the good neWs of
Christ's love with all who will heat,
"And last, but really first and
number one," Grambling said,'
"God laid this mass choir:and
multi-church involvement on: my
heart from the beginning. HIe'sj
Lord. I do what He leads me to do,.
I'm just grateful that the 6ltied
churches sensed the same leaktngig
and got on board!"
First Baptist Church is located at
the comer of Center and Gteel
streets, just behind the courthuots
in downtown Perry. For mhore,
information, call the church at850-
584-7066.


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Corporate Sponsors
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Madison County Community Bank
Norris' Lady Bug Cafe & Changing Seasons Gift Shop

Gold Sponsors
Ameriprise Financial Services, Mark E. Branham, CFP@
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Elbert R. Hamrick, SFC(RET)
Madison Veterinary Clinic
Morris & Judy Steen
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Thomas P. Moffses, Jr.

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Ed Harvey
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A-8 The Taco Times April 5,2006


Academic team places second, qualifies for nationals


The Taylor County High School
.TCHS) academic team took
second place Saturday at the
National Academic Quiz
Tournaments (NAQT) State
Championship held at the
University of Florida.
Their second place finish earns
them a bid for the NAQT national
tournament, scheduled for June 2-3
in Chicago, I1.
In academic competition, teams
of four compete against one another,
in a series of 20 questions, calld'd
toss-ups. Team members are
allowed to buzz in--like in
Jeopardy--at any time during the
-uestion or for five seconds after
-he moderator is finished without
,onferring with their teammates. If
they. answer correctly, their team is
awarded 10 points and given a
multi-part bonus question worth a
'otal of 30 points, during which the


team can discuss the question
amongst themselves.
Taylor began the day with a 415-
45 win over Bishop Moore
Catholic of Orlando. Tim Machula
lead Taylor's scoring in the round
with seven toss-up questions and
two power answers. In NAQT
format tournaments, players can
earn an additional five power
points for answering a question
very early before a designated
point.
Jordain -"Robertson and Nafees
Khan followed with two questions
each and Gerard Massey had one..
The team continued with two
more convincing wins over
Branford (235-110) and Eastside B
of Gainesville (185-125).
In the Branford game, all of
Taylor's players picked up points as
Machula had three toss-ups and
Massey two. Khan picked up a


power along with two toss-ups and
Robertson had one.
In round four, Taylor survived a
down-to-the-wire game against
Suwannee, 230-225, before
defeating Niceville 295-140.
Following lunch, the local team
stumbled, dropping its next three
games to Hardee A (320-80),
Vanguard of Ocala (285-120)and
Plant City B (370-40).
All four of Taylor's players put
up strong numbers during regular
play. Machula led with 45.62
points per game, placing ninth
overall for the tournament. Khan
followed with 13.75 points per
game; Massey had 10.00; and
Robertson finished with 8.12.
Rachel Heartsfield also traveled
with the team, but did not play.
Taylor's 5-3 record during
regular play earned the team a spot'
in the playoffs.


After defeating East Side A in
the first round, Taylor faced
Vanguard, which had defeated
them earlier in the day. Taylor
rebounded and survived Vanguard
to continue to the championship
game against Plant City B.
In a hard fought game, Taylor
held its own, but ultimately fell
250-220.
"I'm really proud of our kids,"
Coach Mark Viola said. "If there
was anything we were missing this
year, it was convincing wins. We'd
win the games we were supposed
to, but we just couldn't seem to put
them away early like we did in


Gainesville.
"Going into the playoffs with
three straight losses, the players
could have easily given up. Instead
they defeated high quality teams,
and took Plant City to the last
question."
This is the second time a team
from Taylor County High School
has qualified for NAQT nationals.
Taylor traveled to Houston, Texas,
in 2004 and finished fourth in the
small school division.
The team is now preparing for
the Commissioner's Academic
Challenge in the Contemporary
Resort Hotel at Walt Disney World


April 27-29.
"We're working on a series of
fund-raisers to help with the costs
of the two trips," Viola said. "We
usually make most of our money
from hosting our own tournaments,
'but with last year's hurricane
season and higher gas prices,
attendance was way down this
school year."
TCHS teacher Susan Braswell is
sponsor for the team.
The team held a 50/50 drawing
during last weekend's Florida State
Bluegrass Festival. According to
Viola, Dr. Ghulam Mohammed
won the drawing, but donated his


:uminaria ceremony begins at 9 p.m.


AELAY
,Continued from page 1
cancer survivors and Honorary
Hair Annie Ruth Williams. The
R:,lay for Life Steering Committee
will recognize local survivors as
they open Relay with a Victory
Lap. The second lap of Relay will
be dedicated to caregivers who
have- helped a loved one during
their battle with cancer.
A luminaria ceremony will begin
at 9 p.m., with chairperson Debbie
Simmons. Community members
E:-ay. purchase luminaria-:: in'
memory or in honor of those who
have fought the battle with cancer.
.As darkness sets, "these candles of
hope will be lit to burn throughout
.h-e night Simmons said


2005 Relay for Life 'are Big Top
Manufacturing, United Steel
Workers, Big Bend Marine,
Buckeye and Fru-Con," Clark
n6ted.
"We invited the community to
bring their families and enjoy the
family-friendly entertainment
activities."
The -event will include a live
auction, beginning at 7:45 p.m.
Friday; a silent auction will be held
Plans underway for '07


from 6-10 p.m.
Teams will be serving up tasty
treats Friday evening, including:
fish dinners, shrimp served three
ways, chicken dinners,
cheeseburgers, hot dogs, baked
goods, hot drinks, candy apples,
popcorn,. Sno Cones, nachos and
boiled peanuts.
For more information, contact
Clark at 584-4092 or Co-Chair
Theresa Crawford at 838-3610.


Ticket sales 'a success'


BLUEGRASS
Continued from page 1


were the best ever.
Nearly 40 contestants brought
out their slow. cookers and


.. Saturday afternoon....and the showcased their chili-cooking
"The American Cancer Society. crowds stayed through the evening skills during the 4th annual Rotary
depends on corporate sporinors. -'o for the group's final performance at Club chili cook-off held in
help: defray costs of putting on the 7 p.m. conjunction with the bluegrass
local event, reach fund-raising "Mountain Heart" wrapped up festival.
;oals and help local patients and- the festival with a high-energy and "We had very positive feedback
their families continue to receive electrifying performance at 8 p.m. from everyone and we are already
theprograms and services offered Tickets. sales were a success, planning for next year's festival,"
by ACS. Bronze Sponsors for the Taylor noted, and t-shirts sales Taylor said.

Amendments on hold if DCA doesn't act


Continued from page 3
unanimously in support of the
application. A final hearing before
4he ..commission is scheduled for
-ine re-ar future.
:-An unrelated, but ongoing,
disagreement between the county
-arind DCA deals with building
denAities in land designated coastal
high-hazard areas.
-.-:-The issue resulted from DCA's
-Evaluation and Appraisal Report of
the county's comprehensive plan,
which is issued every seven years

CFar rolls over

upside down

WRECKS
C6itinued from page 1
; Another rollover occurred near
the Wayside Park on U.S. Hwy. 19
.North, Saturday, when a car left
-the roadway for unknown reasons
and rolled over upside down, after
striking several trees. .
Taylor County Fire/Rescue Lt;
Robert Lytle and Firefighter David
James (who also worked the Hwy.
19, South wreck), extricated one
victim,. from this crash, while
medical services pulled another
from the car.
DMH EMS paramedics Scot St.
Claire and Janie Sites, and EMTs
Jennifer McNutt and Darbie
Gibson treated the victims at the
scene. Both were transported to
DMH, with the most critically hurt
'victim being flown to Shands
Gainesville by AirMedic One.


Last year, the major sticking point
was the coastal high hazard arafd.
It is county staffs position that
the current wording. of the
- comprehensive plan states that
land designated as mixed-use
urban development in coastal high
hazard which has water service and
sewer hookups is allowed to have a
building density up to 20 units per
acre.
If the land in question only has
water service or sewer, then the
density is limited to four units per
acre. -
DCA, on the other hand,
interpreted the wording to read that
such land, even if it does have both
water service and sewer hook-ups,
is limited to four units per acre,
Ehrbar said.
A compromise of 12 units per
acre in coastal high hazard was
suggested. That number was
reached as it was the density levels
used in a previous deal with DCA
.for Steinhatchee development.


Several commissioners
disagreed with the idea of reducing
the density numbers, siding with
staff that the current limit is 20.
After some discussion,
commissioners decided to change
the 12 units per acre back to 20 in
the formal response to DCA.
Ehrbar warned commissioners
that it was unlikely DCA would
approve 12 let alone 20 units per
acre.
At the April 21 commission
meeting, county staff said they
have not heard back from DCA.
The agency has to approve the
changes the county made, by July,
otherwise the county will not be
able to submit any comprehensive
plan amendments to the state.-
Brown made' a motion to
authorize Bishop to hire an
attorney from the 'Florida-
Association of Counties to help
argue the county's position.
The measure passed
unanimously.


Obituaries -


(Continued from page 7)
Glennes Raymond
Green
Glennes Raymond Green, 83,
died April 1, 2006.
A native and lifelong resident of
Taylor County, Mr. Green was a
veteran of World War II, 'serving in
the U.S. Navy and retiring from the
Air Force in 1963. He owned and,
operated his own gas station for
' some time and was self-employed
working on A/C and refrigeration
units.


He was preceded in death by his
wife, Willie Green, and two sons,
Chuc Green and Ronnie Green.
Survivors include: a daughter,
Janis Magee of Pinellas Park; -a
sister, Genivieve Dorman of Perry;
a sister-in-law,, Myrt Walker of
Perry; two grandchildren; two
great grandchildren; and several
nieces and nephews.
Memorial services will be
announced a later date. Joe P.
Bums Funeral is in charge of
arrangements.


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B-1 The Taco Times April 5,2006


Sun 'n Fun' '* .,., ":
Taylor County had few extra residents last week, even though ..: i:';..
they were only -on the ground long enough to re-fuel. The
Perry-Foley Airport was a re-fueling stop for a number of
pilots on their way to this week's Sun 'n Fun Fly-in :-. ...... : ".
in Lakeland. Shown here is one of two 1968 Chinese
Yaks--a training fighter plane--which landed Wednesday
afternoon. According to 'one of the pilots, they were flying from'
Los Angeles, Calif.,for this week's aviation event.


At Steinhatchee Fishing Tournament




19-lb. grouper wins the mon


The fifth annual Steinhatchee
Community Fishing Tournament
was held March 18, with more than
300 anglers participating and
some $3,000 in prize money
awarded.
Winners were:
--Grouper, tr.i place, J.D. High,
19.25 pounds; second place,
Kenny Long; 17.65 pounds.
--Trout: first place, Darin
Melvin, 5.20 pounds; second place,
Bufford Roland, 4.25 pounds.
-*Red fish: first. place, Rick
Davidson, 7.65 pounds; second
place, Lucas Bethea, 6.80 pounds.
--Sheepshead: first place, Grant
Gillen, 8.20 pounds.
.Chairman Rhoda Moehring said
" she was pleased with the success of
the tournament.
"The Steinhatchee Community
Projects Board would like to thank
all .who competed in our
tournament," Moehring said, "'and
those who contributed and
attended.
"It was a perfect day and we had
_a great turnout. We appreciate all
-who helped from our board and
friends of the board who donated
their time and resources," she
added.
"Funds generated from the
tournament will enable 'us to
Provide scholarships as well as a
much needed landscape project for
.the Steinhatchee Park, which we,
look forward to completing during


the next few weeks," Moehring
said.
The board, in cooperation with
the AARP Steinhatchee chapter,
plans to fund two Steinhatchee
signs which will greet
visitors who arrive in the
comtmunnI.t
"The board would also like to
thank the Dixie Advocate and the
Taco Times for helping us spread
the word of our event," she
". '


added.
"We would also like to: extend
our appreciation to Taylor County
Sheriff L. E. 'Bummy' Williams,
aind FWC Lt. Bruce Cooper,
along with Taylor County
Commissioner Clay Bethea and his
'lovely daughter, for their
assistance.
"We hope to see everyone at our
sixth annual Steinhatchee Fishing,
Tournament in 2007."


* Anglers are "hooked" on the Steinhatchee fishing tournament,
*as seen by the smile on this fisherwoman's face. (Photo courtesy
Steinhatchee Times)


A 5.20-pound trout won first place honors at the annual
fishing tournament. Second place was won with a 4.25-pound
keeper. (Photo courtesy Steinhatchee Times)


Summer's

here...think

boat safety!

FWC officer
shares the 5
'must haves'
for boaters
By MARK VIOLA
Staff writer/Rotarian
The guest speaker at the
March 21 meeting of the Perry
Rotary Club was And\ Bickel
with the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Comnussion who spoke about
boating safety.
As summer nears and the
%weather warms. Bickel said,
people want to jump in and go
fishing. Most boats, however,
ha'e been sitting during the
winter and the time and cold
weatherr can affect a number
of items, he earned.
"Boats need five things." he
said. "a lifejacket per person, a
throw cushion, a fire.
extinguisher, flares and a
l hst le."
Cold weather can cause a
fire extinguisher to lose
charge and over time flares
can gather moisture. Flares
epire three years after the
manufacture date, which can
be found on the top left comer
of the package or on the flare
itself, Bickel said.
He also warned boaters to
check their life jackets
because the ny Ion can dry rot
in the sun and if the\ get \vet
they can mldderw.
"If .your life jacket has a
hole large enough to put your
finger through. throw it
away." Bickel said.
Children under six must
wear a life jacket any time the
boat is not anchored or tied to
a dock.
Inflatable life jackets are
good. he added, but they only'""
count as a lifejacket if they are..-
inflated (during a search). The
jackets are inflated by a C02
cartridge with a water
dissolvable pill. Once the pill
gets \wei, it dissolves and the
cartridge inflates the jacket.
The humid \weather of the
summer can accidentally set
off the jackets and Bickel said
FWC. which uses them,
usually has to replace the
cartridges three times a season
due to accidental inflations.


CIVIC GROUPS
AARP: last Wed., 10 a.m. 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, Perry/Taylor County Chamber of,
Commerce at noon.
NAACP: first Sunday, 5 p.m., at Jerkins
Community Center.
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
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Main Street Cafe.
Taylor County Leadership Council:
second and fourth Friday, 7 p.m., Jerkins
C,:.mmunitry Center.
Vogue XIII: first Mon., 7:30 p.m. Call 584-
2404.


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).
Social 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 p.m.
Tourism Development Council; second
Wed. 5 p.m., at Chamber of Commerce.

INTERESTS
Diabetes classes every Tuesday, 2 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 Tuesday,
7 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 owurih- Sat., 7 p.m. Tribal grounds,
Lyman -lendry 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.
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.
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 of 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.
Taylor County Reef & Research Team:
second Thurs., 7 p.m., Forest Capital Hall.

SUPPORT GROUPS
Alcoholics Anonymous meetings are
held Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays
(closed), 8 p.m., at Heritage House on
Washington Street, across from public
library; another.AA group meets Mondays,
Wednesday and Thursdays at Serenity
House, located at 1260 Hwy. 98 West,
across from the BP station at 8 p.m.
AL-ANON: St. James Episcopal 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.
Alzheimer's Support Group for
Caregivers: every second Tuesday, at
7 p.m., First United Methodist Church.
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 Tuesday,
7 p.m., at St. James Episcopal Church, 1100
West Green Street, in the church library.
These are open meetings to those interested
in topics relating to addiction.
SHARE distribution: fourth Sat., 9 a.m,
at First United Methodist Church.
The Way: Christ-centered recovery
group, meets on Fridays at 7 p.m. at
Serenity House on Hwy. 98 W., across from


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VETERANS
AMVETS Post 20 and AMVETS Ladies
.uxillary: third Tuesday, 7 p.m., at 2499 |
Noods Creek Road.
American Legion Post #96: first ^
uesday, 7 p.m., American Legion Hall,
'enter Street.
American Legion, Steinhatchee Post I
;91: fourth Tues. 8 p.m.
Sons of AMVETS: second Tuesday,
p.m., 2499 Woods Creek Road. A
Sons ef Confederate Veterans: fourth
uesday at VFW Post on Center Street,
p.m. For additional information, please call "
384-5346.
VFW Post #9225: second Tues., 7 p.m.
American Legion building).


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Editorial


B-2 Taco Times April 5, 2006


MainStreet housing initiative


Good i




wrong

We can appreciate the good
intentions of MainStreet Perry and
salute the City of Perry for its
cooperative spirit, but we completely
disagree with the site selected for
MainStreet's new housing initiative
for moderate-to-low income families.
.This site, located at the corner of
Willow and Jefferson streets, 'is near
the entrance to the historic downtown
district of Perry--just a stone's throw
from city hall. Across from this lot,
dne realtor and two CPA's are located.
On one side, a veterinarian practices.
If this piece of property is zoned
"residential," it is zoned incorrectly.
This site should be reserved for
future city development and
expansion. Moving homes into this
area 'serves neither the homeowners,.
ior the city well.'
' We believe the council should
continue to support this housing
program and MainStreet should be
congratulated for securing a funding
source for buyers who meet the
program's criteria. But we question
the logic of putting $85,000 modular
homes on a piece of property of equal
value. How would the new


Jea, but




location

homeowners be able to afford the
property taxes? Even people who can
afford to build $350,000 homes don't
put them on pieces of property in the
same price category.
This region of Jefferson Street has a
high value as commercial property.
We believe, in a few short years, the
city will regret conveying the property
(assessed at $87,600, but probably
worth more) to first-time
homeowners. And we believe the
homeowners will come to regret the
location, too--downtown traffic
doesn't provide a conducive
environment for children's play.
Certainly MainStreet wants a visible
location to showcase its new housing
program, but this site is not the one.
The city council should work to find a
more suitable 'location for these
homes and to eye--carefully--options
for future development and growth at
the Willow-Jefferson St. site. The
property is, after all, owned by the
taxpayers. City council members are
mandated to be good stewards of
these tax dollars
While this is a good idea, it's the
wrong location.


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I am voicing my personal of Folsom Place with his four-
qoncems'about the effectiveness of wheeler off-road vehicle. It is
the efforts of the local police illegal for four-wheeler off-road
department on cleaning up illegal vehicles to be driven on certain
.drug operatives in Taylor County. roads in the city limits such as
Is that a joke? Folsom Place, but law enforcement
The only arrests they make are officers are reluctant to do
petty buyers and users of illegal anything about it unless physical
drugs, leaving the homes of drug harm or property damage is
dealers, and recently, a few other involved. That is one reason why
,lrug-related arrests during their altercations occur between four-
|mock check points. Law wheeler operators and frustrated
enforcement officers are not residents who take matters into.
Wresting the major distributors and their own hands.
manufacturers of illegal drugs at Florida Statute, Title XLVI,
their homes here the\ know the 823.01 (Public Nuisance) states
buyers and users are conducting that, "All nuisances that tend -to
business. annoy the community, injure the
| I made several reports to local
authorities as well as the F.B.I. in W hat
Washington, D.C., and F.D.L.E. V
tnd the House of Representatives' Dear Editor:
Will Kendrick in Tallahassee, on Beginning in the Taco Times,
Several occasions about a January 18, 2006, was a six-part
Distributor and manufacturer of series that TCDA had printed
rack, cocaine in the neighborhood describing an, effort, for
bf Folsom Place road in Perry who communities, to create a
is still operating. development plan. The first part is
a I also complained to local "The Plan of Action." The entire.
authorities about those drug series was taken from Mr. William
.dealers on Folsom Place road H. Fruth's book with his
tearing up the road in front of my permission to reprint it.



iTaco -rTimes "

Wednesday, April 5, 2006
123 S. Jefferson Street P.O. Box 888
Perry, Florida (850) 584-5513
S' DONALD D. LINCOLN
Publisher
DEBBIE CARLTON SUSAN H. LINCOLN
Business Manager IManaging Editor
ANGELA M. CASTELUCCI CAROLYN DuBOSE
Staff Writer Advertising Director
CHARLES R. SADLER LIBBY DENMARK
Staff Writer Graphic Arts
MARK VIOLA SARAH WEIRICK
Staff Writer Classified Advertising
The Taco Times (ISSN 07470967) is published each Wednesday by Perry 'Jews-
papers, Inc., 123 S. Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida 32347. ubscription:-, are
$3500 per year or $49.00 out of county. Periodicals postagepaid at Perry, Forida
32348. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to the TACO TIMES, P.O. Bo,
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Times reserves the right to refuse publication of letters which are libelous or irre.
sponsible. Name may be withheld if circumstances so require, but all letters sub-
mitted should be signed by .the writer and accompaniedby a phone number tor
verification.
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drug clean-up
health of the citizens in general or
corrupt the public morals are
misdemeanors of the second
degree, punishable as provided in
S. 775.084, except that a violation
of S 823.10 is a felony of the third
degree."
I also blame city managers)
who reserve financial
disbursements for numerous
projects, but don't post' sign's
forbidding off-road vehicles .in
restricted areas. How many shots
need to be fired or other infractions
inflicted before authorities realize
the seriousness of the situation?
Such matters need to be resolved
before they become detrimental..
Joseph Williams

plan for Taylor?
I would like to make a few
points that struck me as interesting
when reading the six-part series,
First, the ideas were given as
written in the book, but were not
followed up with any facts or ideas
about what this county is pursuing
for businesses. There weren't any
examples of what the TCDA has in
its "pocket" for a development plan.
for Taylor County.
The first segment of the series
states: "Successful organizations
are achieving their goal as a result
of having community support for a
well-conceived plan of action,
which serves as a blueprint for an
economic development program."
Is our community supporting a
plan? If so, what is the plan and
when was it published?
The article talks, about increasing
the flow of money into the area.
The construction of a coal plant
will not do that without requiring
money to be spent on
consequences. After the plant is
built the money paid to
construction workers will move
on. The few permanent jobs will
require an outflow of community
money to expand services such. as
health, utilities, garbage, traffic
control, safety, schools and
housing.
Tourists, however, are generally
a constant inflow of money: they
stay at campgrounds; they stay at
motels; they purchase food; they
purchase gas; they purchase
propane; they eat out; they pay our
bed tax; they shop--clothing, cards,
newspapers, local items (i.e.: t-
shirts, shorts, hats from Perry).
People go out of their way to
find bargains, or special items they
"-* Please see page 6


Step right up....

Come on in....
By SUSAN H. LINCOLN


We sat under the stars Saturday night
and listened as one bluegrass band,
after another, picked and, fiddled their
way to happiness at Forest Capital
Park.
There's something soothing about live
music in an open-air setting, regardless
of the style. The slither of a moon
watched through the pine trees, as
hundreds of sets of toes tapped to the
rhythm of the music.
I was about as far away in my own
-thoughts as I could be, when the
Daughter leaned over in her folding
chair and suggested, "My worst
nightmare is that we would be a
traveling bluegrass band."
"That's pretty random," I said. "What
do you mean?"
"Look at them," she said. "They sing
together; they. travel together; they eat
together; they live together." And as an
afterthought, she added, "They even
smile in unison."
"I get the part about you not wanting
to live and eat with us 365 days a year,",
I. countered, "but what's so wrong with
singing and smiling together?"
"Maaaammmaa," she said to me with a
deep, how-can-you-ask-that-question
tone. "It would be so humiliating. You
would be the one up there clogging and
clapping, and we wouldn't be able to
stand it," she said, gesturing toward her
brother.
"And speaking of the brother," she
quickly added, "do you really think he'd
stand in a line with us or smile if we
asked?"
It was an interesting thought. Not
only are these family bluegrass bands
remarkably talented, they must also
have good interpersonal skills as well.
Suddenly I was sitting there, enjoying
the music and wondering about the
parallel. That's when technical
difficulties arose. "We've blown a fuse,"
announced the patriarch of this singing
group. "Please be patient with us while
we fix this problem."
Oh yeah, we're not cut to be a


performing, family. During technical
difficulties, the daughter -would lay
down and, take a nap; the son would
throw his guitar on the floor in disgust;
the father would go to the edge of the
woods and listen to the birds sing; and I
would make circles around the sound
guys, taking pain relievers.
"Or worse," the daughter said. "You
and dad could stand up there and tell
jokes." She absolutely cringed and
shivered at the thought.
"Plus," I' added as an afterthought,
"these are wonderfully talented
musicians. That might be our biggest
hurdle in becoming a performing band-
--we don't have enough talent."
Right on cue, the husband started to
sing the first few lines with Mountain
Heart as .they rendered George Jones'
favorite, '"Grand Tour." Deeply he sang,
"Step right up....come on in..."
"Oh no," exclaimed the daughter, her
chin dropping to the chest. "Surely
nobody knows me...but tell him to be
quiet."
We were surprised that the son knew
the words to that song, too. He gave us
a .solo rendition the next day at lunch.
"Step right up....here's the chair...," he
croned, and the daughter sank into
deep humiliation again.
"There is no way we could travel
together and perform as a family," she
declared.
It was a. fitting send-off since she was
headed back to college. "So if you don't
want to travel with us 3.65 days a year as
a bluegrass band, you need to get back
to that institution of higher learning
and learn higher things--become a
superior student.... get your diploma,.."
"And get a job," the dad said, singing
the words as if they were part of the
George Jones' soliloquy.
"Shall I clog?" I asked.
"I'm out of here," she said, and the
three remaining family members stood
in a line, smiled in unison, and waved
rhythmically. I don't care what she
says; I think we have potential.


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Cash


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8am 8 pm, Fri. & Sat. 8am 9pm, Sun. 8am 6pm
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U.S.D.A. Inspected
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Small ads...big deals!!


The monthly Sons of AMVETS
Community Yard Sale will be this
Saturday, April 8, from 7 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Spaces are available for a $5 donation
each (a six-foot table will be provided for
each space). Walk-ins are welcome as
space is available. 2499 Woods Creek
Rd. To reserve a space, call Mark Viola at
584-5513 or 584-8807 (after 5 p.m.).
4/5-7SA
Yard Sale: Saturday 4/8/06 from 7 3
Woodcrafts & Harley shelves and other's,
misc. hardware and misc. clothes, odds
and ends. 221 Judson Drive -at Quail
Point.
4/5-4/7
Yard Sale Saturday, April 8th at 9:00. Off
of 98 on Golf Course Rd. 1/2 mile on right,
brown trailer. Some of everything, sewing
machine, T.V., microwave, tool, clothes,
dishes, wedding dress.
4/14/" /
Yard Sale: Saturday, April 8. 224 Beach
Rd. 1 mile down on left, follow signs. Prom
Dress Size 13/14 and lots of other items.
Something for everyone. 8 am 1 PM.
4/5-4/7.
Moving Garage Sale! Everything must go!
Freezer, refrigerator, washer & Dryer,
Gardening Tools, Lawn Mower. Chain saw
and many more. Come and Seel 2530
'Mixon Rd. Perry. Saturday & Sunday. 9:00
am until.
4/5-4/7
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VHS movies some western-$2.50, DVD
movies-$4.00. Building full of yard sale
-items. Call John at 584-2184 9:00 AM-5:00
PM.
3/31-4/5
2-10" Solid Oak Pews- $250.each
1 Baldwin Model Organ $200
1 Upright Piano (Damaged) Free
Call 584-9600
Baldwin Piano $2500, China Cabinet -
$750, Antique Vanity w/mirror & stool--
$650, set of chest of drawers with mirror -
$50, Call 584-2060
3/31 ,
Two carat diamond earrings appraised at
S$1,900 sell for $1 000 One and one half
carat ring seli ,:r $1 000 Call 584-64-74
3/l .4/12

1 14'x10' overhead rollaway door $500.
1 8'x10' overhead rollaway door $200.
You take down. Ask for Gary @ 352-650-
8580.
3/31-4/7PWC

-,Beginner Riding lessons at your home.
Open bookings. Call 578-e920. -
3. 31.-412

Baby bed, changing tat!e $15, wheel chair.
$10, sleeper couch $10, washer $150,
dryer $125, metal door 35 3/4"x83 1/2"
$25,.wood door 24"x74" $10; new galv.
lgtes 2i $65 ea., NASCAR memorabilia-
all i75 trailer frame 14 $350, Cartop
carrIer S21' Call 584-7003.
1/29DGC




MH D.W. 3 br/2 b very clean, walk in
closets, fireplace, fully furnished, front and
'back decks, paved driveway. Only
$67.500 See at 301. Iy Ave. Perry, Call
838-1770 or 419-239-9660
3/29-4/7

For Sale: 1997 Fleetwood Weston Mobile
SHome. Vinyl siding, shingle roof,' 2 bed/2
bath, both bedrooms have walk-in closets,
Master bath w/ garden tub & separate
shower. Kitchen has lots of cabinets,
.Central A/C and power 'pole w/box panel
ready to be' connected, Mobile.home has
been inspected by county inspector and
has. passed code requirements for
relocation. Home is in very good condition.
Asking $14,500, Please call 850-838-1732
or 850-843-0554,
3/23-4/7


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3 Bed/2 Bath, 1380 sq. ft., fire place,
nicely landscaped with 18x18ft. Gazebo
$135,000, Call 850-584-8466.
3/17-4/12
1999 Riverview 16x80 Mobile Home on 1
acre lot in Fortner Subdivision. 3bd/2 bath.
Well, septic, and power pole. Ready for
living. Asking payoff $68,000. 850-843-
0552, 850-627-3055.
3/24-4/5
Land for sale, 221 between Shiloh Church
Rd. and Cairo Parker Rd. 1 acre lots with
paved roads. Owner financing available,
Please call (386) 658-1346 or (850) 584-
7466.
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Spacious, Luxury
Ranch Home
5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms
Large, modernized country
kitchen with wood-burning
fireplace
Huge airy sunroom
.Beautiful master bedroom
with bath suite
Bright family room adjacent
to game room
Detached 2 1/2 car garage
Shown by appointment
(850) 584-3167
or (229) 551-1633
Visit www.ForSaleByOwner.com
for details and pictures


Peaceful! Nice 1999 5 br/3 bath, 1782 sq.
ft. MH nestled in Pine tree setting on 2
acres. Ocean Pond Subdivision. Ten
minutes from townfive Tminules io Gull of
Mexico. Call Vicki Ratliff, Broker @ Point
of Beginning Properties. 850-584-2704.
3/29-4/21

Cedar Island 2 Canal Front Lots for sale.
$165,000 each. Call 478-960-0800.
1331.4.26
Nice, 4 bed/2'bth house'for Sale Livinr,
room, den, dinning room w/wood burning
stove and kitchen. Located down Woods
Creek Rd. on 2.62 acres. Newly remodeled
ilchen new carpets. Right across from
Three Rivers Hunting .Club. Asking
$110,000. Call 838-3337 for appt.
3/31-4/19

Land for Sale! 1.28 acres for $17,000. For
more information call 584-5844.
4/5-4/7


Furnished room for rent $90 week +.
deposit $150 Call 838-1524 pin77.
3/31tfnWB

'3/2 home $850 per mo. First +'last +
security deposit $300, in cily rn ar c-h.:,
& shopping: 223-3055.
4/5-4/1.2

House for Rent 3 bed/1 bath plus den, nice.
yard; $650 month. Call Susan 584-
6480(days) or'223-3346(nights)
4/54/7
WoodridQe Aartmentsl! '
Lookingfor applicants Apply now for 1, 2
and 3 bedroom apartments. Equal Housing
Opportunity. Call 850-564-5668; 709.W.
Church St., Perry, FL 32347. TDD/TTY
711.,
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Lakefront Home for Rent Madison, FL, 2
bed/2.bath, taking applications, available
May 1. No pets. Water and lawn
Tiairienarce provided. $850 month + $850
deposit. Call 850-973-3025,
3/29-4/7


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Southern Villas of Perry!!
New Management!!
HUD Vouchers accepted, 1 and 2 bedroom
HC and non-HC accessible apartments.
Call 85U-584-8111. TDD/TTY 711. 315
Puckett Rd. Perry, FL 32347. Equal
Housing Opportunity.
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s For Rent 3 bed/2 bath, 2-story house
located in town $560 rent + last month +
$500 damage deposit. No pets. Leave
message to call back 223-3227.
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CLASSIFIED!
Small Ads...
BIG DEALS


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

Avon Reps needed in your area. Start your
own business! Make your own schedule!
only $10 start up fee. Free gift with sign
on. Contact Crystal at 584-8461 or 343-
1162.
3/24-4/19
Administrative Assistant. Full time
position, with benefits, in Perry office.
Duties include setting up office, keeping
records, scheduling meetings, assisting
project staff and consultants and general
office support. HS Diploma and 2 years
experience ,required. AA preferred
Compul- sk ill required' including
Microsoft-Word, Excel and Power Point.
Please' fax resume td 904-665-4978. This
position is also listed with Employment
Connections EOE
3/31-4/12


TAYLOR COUNTY BCC POSITION
VACANCIES
Mosquito Control Truck Driver
(seasonal/part time) = $6.49/hr.
Day Camp Counselor temporary/ part
time $6.49 $11.01 (salary depends on
education & experience)
Animal Control Officer $9.31/hr.
Fire Fighter -$10.78/hr.
Entire job description, requirements and
application can be obtained from www.tcfl-
libinfo.com or Taylor Employment
Connections, 1702 S. Jefferson Street,
Positions open until filled. EEO/VP/DT/
background check employer.
3/22tfnBCC
Driver Needed Must have class A CDL.
Salary Negotiable. Apply in person at CDI
3882 US HWY. 19 S. or call 850-584-3316
3/29-4/7CDI

Avon Representatives needed in this area.
Only $10 start-up kit. Call me today. 850-
584-6289 or 850-843-2605
3/17-4/11


HELP WANTED





Steinhatchee Ace Hardware
For more information, i
call (352) 498-0082
P.O. Box 101, Steinhatchee, FL323k59

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

Lafayette Health Care Center in Mayo
Florida is seeking volunteers to assist
with residents living in our facility. Our.
volunteers offer emotional support and one
involvement that can truly help touch
lives. Duties can include helping with
activities of daily living, sitting' with the
resident, providing reassurance or
companionship for idpri;', and aI niiie.
and always juil terg an a h-nri." Ilien,-r
and friend. Please contact Louise Johnson
Activities Director at (386)294-3300 if you
would like further information on how you
can serve,
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reach your dreams!



Personal Service Specialists


Debby Howard
Licensed Real Estate Broker


Debbie Calhoun
Realtor


(850) 223-1849
Fax (850) 223-2037 Cell (386) 590-0848
119 E. Green St. Suite 207-A Perry

www.sunandstarsrealty.com
Email: armadillo @gtcom.net


HELP


APALACHEE CENTER
A Behavioral Health Care Center is
currently seeking:
Adult Case Manager #2156
A minimum of a bachelor's degree with a
major in counseling, social work,
psychology, criminal justice, nursing,
rehabilitation, special education, Health
education, or related human services field;
or a bachelor's degree and two years full
time or equivalent experience working with
adults experiencing serious mental illness
valid Driver's license. Shift 8 AM 5 PM/
Monday- Friday Salary: $10.75 per hour or_
$12.92 OPS Status
Licensed Therapist (#22670)
Masters degree from an accredited
university or college with a major in the
field psychology, or a related human
services field and two years of
professional, experience in providing
services to persons with behavioral
illness. License required. Some local
travel required. Substance abuse
knowledge preferred. Shift: variable hours,
some Late Afternoon work required.
OPS-FEMA Team Lepdqr (#2964)
Masters Degree frbm' an accredited
university or college with a major in the
field of counseling, social work,
psychology, nursing, rehabilitation,
special education, health education, or
related human services field with one (1)
year of full-time or equivalent related
professional experience or a Bachelors
Degree from an accredited University or
College with a major in the field of
counseling, social 'work, psychology,
nursing, rehabilitation,'special education,
health education, or a related Human
services field and three (3) years of'full-
time or equivalent related professional
experience. Clinical Supervision
experience preferred. Shift: variable.
OPS-FEMA Crisis Counselor (#2262)
A bachelor's degree from an accredited
University or college with a major in
counseling, social work, psychology,
criminal justice, nursing, rehabilitation,
special education, health education, or a
related Human services field; or other.
Bachelor's degree from an accredited
University or college with one (1) year of
full-time or equivalent work or volunteer.
experience in a social service,' health
care, or related field, shift: variable.
For more information and a complete
listing.of available positions: :
www.apalacheecenter.org
Human-Resources
2634-J Capital Circle NE.
Tallahassee, FL .
Pre-Hire Drug Screen & FDLE background
check
An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
SEmployer
Drug-Free Workplace
.4/5-4/7APC

HUNGRY HOWIE'S Pizza & Subs- now
hiring FT/PT positions for our newest
location in Steinhatchee. Manager, Asst.
Mgr., shift mgrs. and inside counter help
needed. Please fill out application at 806
'Riverside Drive by Sat. 4/8. Interviews will
be held at location Monday, 4/10.
4/5-4/7


,C.N.A. 10 PM 6 AM Seeking person 1977-21' Dodge Honey Motor-home, 66,000.1
with excellent attendance record, team miles, V8 -360, Automatic Transmission,'
player, for night shift position. Above All new Brakes, New Water Pump, New
average and excellent past work reference' Front Tires, New 110/220 Volt Generator,
persons only need apply. Contact Jennifer New Batteries, Gas Water Heater &
Richardson, Lafayette Health Care Center, Furnace, A/C, Shower, Bathtub & Toilet:
512 W. Main St., Mayo, FL 13" color TV, DVD Player $3200. OBO.
4/5-4/14 Located at 1602 Old Dixie Hwy.
3/29

Marshall Health & Rehabilitation Center
is currently
seeking an energetic

ADMISSION COORDINATOR

to join our team of professional caregivers.
Must be computer literate and able to
multi-task. Knowledge of Medicare and
Medicaid benefits helpful.

1-850-584-6334

207 Marshall Drive Perry, Fl. 32347
Drug Free Workplace, Equal Opportunity Employer




Doctors' MemorialfHospital is now-hiring for the positions listed below. Our 48-bed acute care
facility offers a competitive salary and benefits'package, retirement plan, and flexible scheduling.
Please fax resume to the Human Resources Department at (850) '584-0661, E-Mail to
dianam@doctorsmemorial.com, or call (850) 584-0866.


Clinic:
Certified Medical Assistant, Part-Time PRN
Licensed Practical Nurse, Full-Time, PRN

EMS:
Emergency Medical Tech, PRN
Flight'Paramedic, PRN

Home Health:
Social Worker, PRN

Imaging Services:
Echo Cardiographer, PRN

Drug Free Workplace
Equal Opportunity Employer


Lab:
Phlebotomist, PRN'
Medical Lab Tech, Full-Time

Med-Surq:
Registered Nurse, Full Time, PRN
Licensed Practical Nurse, Full-Time, PRN
Certified Nursing Assistant, PRN
Health Unit Coordinator, Full-Time, PRN

Pharmacy:
Pharmacist, PRN

Surgical Services:
OR Tech, Full-Time


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Substance Abuse Counselor Civigenics,
Inc., the largest provider of in-prison
treatment programs in the United States, is
seeking a full-time counselor to deliver
substance abuse services in our treatment
program located at the Taylor Correctional
Institution in Perry. Must be experienced in
substance abuse counseling and
motivated to work in a correctional facility.
Degreed or related experience preferred.
CAP/CCJAP certification and forensic
experience a plus. Send resume to: V.L.
Burgess, Civigenics, 8501 Hampton
Springs Rd., Perry, FL 32348 or e-mail to:
Burgess.Vernon(amail.dc.state.fl.us EOE
4/5

BAOCOCK HOME FURNITURE & MORE is
seeking a part-time sales person. Working
on Saturday is a must. Apply in person.
1003 S. Jefferson St.
3/8tfnBC

Pre-school Director needed for church
operation. Degree and referrals necessary.
Call 352-650-8580 ask for Pastor Gary
Gossett.
3/31-3/4/7PWC
Rocky's Convenience Store is opening
soon. Now accepting application for
cashiers and deli' personnel. Call:J&J
Equipment at 584-6555 between 8;30-
11:00 a.m. M-F.
3/29-4/7
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.
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Mine. Qualified applicants preferred but
will train the right person. Good math and
computer skills required. Must be
dependable and honest. Salary based on
experience, full benefit package. Drug test,
physical and background check required.
Apply in person at Martin Marietta'Hwy. 98
Nutall Rise Rd. Perry, FL 850-584-6461.
Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/DN
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3/22-4/14

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4/5-4/7

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beautiful dog must see, great with kids,;
very loving asking S150 OBO.
Also FREE to a good home. Female
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trained. Call 672-0994





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3/29-4/11

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ADVERIISFMENT FOR BIDS
Project No 02DB 89-03-72-01-H10
Taylor C turny (herein referred to as the
"Count\ )
Sealed Uids marked "Sealed Bid" Taylor
County Small Cities Community
Development Block Grant Project for
Fiscal Year 2001" to be financed by the
Staoe of Florida Department of
Community Affairs under The provisions,
and subject: Tc -he requirements, of TiTle I
of The Housing and Community
Development Act of 1974, as
amended, will be received by me
County on behalf of the following
owners for Housing Rehabilitation of The
following units.
Unit No. 01-24. Sharon Cutter, 4478
Waldo Circle, Perry, FL; and
Unit No. 01-26, Cynthia Andrews,
229 A L. Suber Rood, Perry, FL.
Because of new federal regulations for
lead-based point practices related to
the rehabilitation of single family dwelling
units containing lead-based paint,
sealed bids marked "Sealed Bid" -
Taylor County Small Cities Community
Development Block Grant project for
Fiscal Year 2001 will be received only
from contractors trained In "Lead-Safe
Work Practices" for the following units:
Unit No. 01.22, Richard E. Lytle, 119
Highland Road. Perry, FL; and
Unit No, 01-16, August Maxwell, 63
South Page Road, Perry, FL.
In order for your firm to submit a bid on
the rehabilitation projects located at 119
Highland Road Perry, Florida and 63
South Page Road, Perry, Florida, you,
your employees and any
subcontractors, Including electrical,
plumbing and mechanical
subcontractors, and their employees
performing work on components
painted with lead-based paint must
have completed a United States
Department of Housing and Urban
Development approved "Lead-Safe
Work Practices" training course.
The owners listed above invite bids for
the rehabilitation of the above
referenced properties. In order to be
considered, the proposal must be
made upon the Bid Proposal Form and
in accordance with the Instructions to
Bidders. Copies of these forms can be
obtained at the Administrative Complex,
201 East Green Street, Perry, Florida on
April 19, 2006 at 10:00 a.m.
The Improvements are to be made for
and under contract to the owners of the
subject properties, as described above.
Disbursements for funds for the
improvements will be made by the
County on behalf of the owners.
Bids will be, received, at the County
Courthouse located at 108 North
Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida, by Annie
Mae Murphy, County Clerk, not later
than May 1, 2006 at 4:00 p.m. Bids must
be enclosed in a sealed envelope
marked with the property owner's name
and address. Bids will not be accepted
if they are turned In later than the
deadline specified above. The sealed
bids will be publicly opened and read
aloud on May 1, 2006 at 6:10 p.m., or as
soon thereafter as possible, in the
Administrative Complex, '201 -East Green
Street, Perry, Florida.
CONTRACTORS, please note that the
County will need to know the following
Information.
1. Your state of licensure,
2. Your license number,
C' ':,'ju. licer,:e .'.'cla a.-,' j
z Cerrt..aile cf C-.nm pil. -,t ...r- Le..- J.
Safe Work Practices Training, and
5. Your insurance coverage.
Therefore, a copy of your contractor's
license, Certification of Lead-Safe Work
Practices Training and Certification of
Insurance must be submitted with your
bid to the County.
In order to be considered, proposals
must be made in accordance with the
following Instructions.
Each bidder must submit their bid on the
required Bid-and Proposal Form. All
. spaces must be properly completed or
the Bid and Proposal shall be rejected.
Pir..oc,ols :;hall be based on the work
coalca roi ir, tr.e Work Write-up.
A "walk through". of the above
properties Is ir..auieoa r.:.r April 19, 2006
at 10:00 a m. Please meet at the,
Administrative Complex, 201 East Green
Street,. Perry, Florida at 10:00 a.m. prior to
go,ng to ir.e uriki
11 ,'uu o'an t. submit a bid, a
representative of your firm must attend
the "walk, through" of the units to
become familiar ,.'!-n i r, 1 ieic.pe-iei. and
the work to be completed.
Any Inconsistencies, omissions or
proposed changes In the Work Write-up
must be brought to the attention of the
County by the prospective bidder at
least 24 hours prior to bid submission
-deadline. Any changes to the Work
Write-up shall be Issued in the form of an
addendum. All addenda shall become
a part of the Work Write-up and receipt
'of the same by the bidder. must be
acknowledged on the ,Bid, Proposal
Form. '
mpr.:.per preparation errors In and/or
:mni,;*lorns I.,.r pro.poiois shall not relieve
bidders from 'fulfillment of any and all
obligations and requirements of the
Contract Documents and Bid Proposal
Form. One original, with original
signatures of all bids must be submitted
at bidder's risk. Facsimile or electronic
mall 3ia .*.iii not ie accepted.
Eacl Diodaer viii De assumed to be
familiar with all federal, state and local
laws, codes, ordinances and,
regulations which might In any manner
affect the work to be completed or
persons to be employed.
The County reserves the right to reject
any or all bids.
No contractor shall visit the subject
property for any reason without first
making arrangements with the County
and owner.
Contractors will not be given extra
reimbursement for any conditions not
specified in the Work Write-up or In on
approved change order. No
allowance or .reimbursement will be
made for damage caused by inferior
methods,'craftsmanship or judgment.
Attention of Bidders is particularly called
to'the requirements as to Section 3,
Segregated Facilities, Section 109,
Executive Order 11246, all applicable
laws and regulations of the Federal
government and State of Florida; and
Insurance requirements.
In accordance with Executive Order :
11246, the Contractor will not
discriminate against any employee or
applicant for employment because of
race, color, religion, sex or national


TO AN -IRON ROD; THENCE SOUTH 00
DEGREES 02 MINUTES 14 SECONDS EAST
245.64 FEET TO A POINT IN THE CENTER OF
COUNTY ROAD S-361 AND THE TERMINAL
POINT OF THE EASEMENT. EXTENDING
AND SHORTENING SAID RIGHt OF WAY
LINE AS TO BEGIN AT THE SOUTHERLY
RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF ASH STREET AND
TO TERMINATE AT THE NORTHERLY RIGHT
OF WAYOF COUNTY ROAD S-361.
SAID LANDS SITUATE, LYING AND BEING "
IN TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA. A/K/A 1133
East Ash Street, Perry, FL 32347
Witness my hand and seal of this Court
on March 21, 2006.
Annie M. Murphy
.Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Marti Lavalle
Deputy Clerk
3/29, 4/5


origin The Coniiactor will take
affirmar.ve action To ensure that
applicants ore employed, and that
employees are treated during
employment, without regard to Their
race, color, religion, sex or national
origin. Such action shall include, but not
be limited ;o, the following'
employment, upgrading, demotion or
transfer, recruitmenT, or recruitment
advertising; layoff or termination, rates of
pay or other forms of compensation;
and selection for training, including
apprenticeship.
BiDCERS SHOULD NOTE THE REQUIRED
ATTACHMENTS AND CERTIFICATIONS TO
BE EXECUTED AND SUBMITTED WITH THE
BID PROPOSAL FORM, WHICH ARE
IDENTIFIED ON THE BIDDER'S CHECKLIST
OF THE BID PROPOSAL FORM
A FAIR HOUSING/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
EMPLOYER/HANDICAP ACCESS
JURISDICTION
4/5

Request for Proposals
Taylor County Board of Commissioners
The Taylor County Board of
Commissioners is accepting proposals
to select a qualified firm interested in
coordinating transportation services for
the transportation disadvantaged in
Taylor County, Florida. The selected
contractor will be the designated
Community Transportation Coordinator
for the Transportation Disadvantaged
Program, as authorized by Chapter 427,
Florida statutes and more fully described
in Rule 41-2 of the Florida Administrative,
Code
THE PURPOSE OF THE RFP is to obtain the
services of an experienced
transportation firm to provide
coordinated services in Taylor County
as outlined In s.427.015(2), Any contract
issued as a result of this solicitation will be
for a three year, period commencing
approximately July 1, 2006.
THE SCOPE. The Taylor County Board of
County Commissioners intends to select
a single transportation coordinator to
provide and coordinate trips for eligible
transportation disadvantaged
passengers as defined In s.411.202.,
A request for RFP documents should be
directed to: Melody Cox, Director of
Administrative Services, Taylor County
Administrative Complex, 201 E. Green
Street, Perry, Florida 32347, 850-838-3500
Ext. 9. Solicitation documents will be
available on or about April 5, 2006.
THERE WILL BE NO PRE-PROPOSAL
CONFERENCE.
All 'proposals must be received in a
sealed Envelope no later than 4:00 p.m.
May 1, 2006 local time at the office of
the Taylor County Clerk of Courts, 108 N.
Jefferson Street, P.O. Box 620, Perry,
Florida 32347. All envelopes must bear
the PROPOSERS NAME, REP TITLE, AND THE
REP DUE DATE.
All proposals shall be submitted with
one(1), complete original document
and nine (9) exact copies.
The Taylor County Board of
Commissioners solicits and encourages
Disadvantaged Business Enterprises
(DBE) participation. DBE's will be
afforded full consideration of their
responses and will not be subject to
discrimination.
The Taylor County Board of
Commissioners reserves the right to
postpone, to accept or to reject any
and all proposals in whole or in part. All
Prot p era must certl' irt r irn, oal- r.-,c .
on",the,;Stdte :of FloridtcisComptrollers
General's List of ineligible Bidders. All
proposals must remain In effect for one
hundred eri hl i180,i days from the RFP
submission due .iole
4/5

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Case No. 06-191-CP
In Re: The Estate of:
' NEWN JACOB ALVAREZ,
Deceased,.
I.-TiCE 1TO CREDITORS
ire a:am, iri.ari:.n or trme e state of NEWN
JACC, AL.-'REZ deceased, whose
dare or daern ...a: raicn 20, 2005; File
Number 06-191-CP Is pending In the
-Circuit Court for Taylor County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of which is
, Post Office Box 620, Perry, Florida 32348.
The names and addresses of the
personal representative and the
per;,-,noi reorenleniri.eC5 attorney are,
set aorm i oel,'-,
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against debedentis estate, on whom a
copy of this notice has been served,
must file their claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE,DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE TIME
OF, SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedernt and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedentis estate
must file their claims with this !court
WITHIN'3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.'
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED,
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
,DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. 1
ihe dore of first publication of this notice
is APPIL 5, 2006.
SMITH, SMITH & MOORE
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, P.A.
MICHAEL S. SMITH |
Anc.rney' for Personal Representative
Florida' Bar .No. 169621
P.O. Drawer 579
Perry, Florida 32348
Telephone: (850) 584-3812
Fax; (850) 584-7148
JACK RAY ALVAREZ
Personal Representative
8210 SW 65th Avenue
Trenton, FL 32693
4/5,4/12


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
Notice is hereby given, that the Toylor
County BOard of County Commissioners
will hold a public hearing Tuesday, April
18, 2006 at 6:10 P.M. to receive public
input and notify the public of the Taylor
County Grant application to Flo;ida
Department of Parks and Recreation
Florida Recreation Development


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Taylor County Board of County
Commissioners
NOTICE FOR REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
The Toylor County Board of County
Commissioners is soliciting sealed
statements of qualifications for
Promotional Video for Taylor County.
Qualified firms or individuals desiring to
provide the required services must
submit nine (9) packages in a sealed
envelope or similar package marked
'Sealed RFP for Promotional Video for
Taylor County" to the Clerk of Court, 1st
Floor Courthouse, 108 North Jefferson
Street, Suite 102, or P.O. Box 620, Perry,
Florida 32348, to arrive no later than 4:00
PM, local time, on April 18,.2006. All RFP's
MUST have the respondent's name and
mailing address clearly shown on the
outside of the envelope or package
when submitted. RFP's will be opened
and respondents announced at 6:15
PM, local time, or as soon thereafter as
practical, on April 18, 2006, in Taylor
County Administrative Complex, Old
Post Office, 201 East Green Street, Perry,
FL 32347.
RFP information MUST be obtained from
the Clerk of Court, 1st Floor Courthouse,
108 North Jefferson Street, Suite 102, or
P.O. Box 620, Perry, Florida 32348,
(850)838-350,6.
The County reserves the right, in its sole
and absolute discretion, to reject any or
all RFP's to cancel or withdraw this bid
solicitation at any time and waive any
irregularities in the RFP process. The
County reserves the right to award any
contract to the respondent which it
deems to offer the best overall service;.
therefore, the County is not bound to
award any contract based on the
lowest quoted price. The County, in its
sole and absolute discretion, also
reserves the right to waive any minor
defects in the process and to accept
the bid deemed to be in the County's
best interest. The County, in its sole and
absolute ,,discretion, also reserves the
right to assign a local business
preference in an amount of five (5)
percent of the bid price. No foxed RFP's
will be accepted.
Additional information may be obtained
from:
Dawn Taylor
428 N. Jefferson St.
Perry, FL 32347
(850) 584-5366
By order of the Board of County
Commissioners, Taylor County, Florida
4/5,4/12

ADVERTISEMENT OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned Intends to sell the personal
property described below to enforce a
lien imposed on said property under The
Florida Self Storage Facility Act Statutes
(section 83.801-83.809).
The undersigned will sell at public sale by
competitive bidding on the 8th day of
April 2006, at 10:00 am, on the premises
where sold property has been stored
and which are located at Lock & Key
Mini Storage, 1309 S. Jefferson Street,
Perry, Florida, County of Taylor, State of
Florida, the following:
Mindi ucier Unit A4 household goods
Purchases must be paid for at the time
of purchase in cash or credit/debit only.
All purchased units sold as Is where is
and items must be removed and unit
cleaned at the'time of sale. Sale subject
to cancellqtion in the event of
settlement" between owner and
obligated party.
Dated this 31st day of March, 2006.
3/31,4/5,4/7



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR TAYLOR
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., as trustee for
Option One Woodbrildge Loan Trust
2002-2, Asset-Backed Certificates, Series
2002-2, Plaintiff,
CASE NO. 05-906-CA
vs.
Medinah A. Basha A/K/A Medenah
Basha, et al, Defendant(s)
Notice of Foreclosure Sale
Notice is hereby given pursuant to a
Final Judgment of Mortgage Foreclosure
dated March 20, 2006 and entered In
Case NO. 05-906-CA of the Circuit Court
of the Third Judicial Circuit In and for
Taylor County, Florida wherein WELLS
FARGO BANK, N.A., as Trustee for OPTION
WOODBRIDGE LOAN TRUST 2002-2, ASSET-
BACKED CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2002-2, is
the Plaintiff and MEDINAH A BASHA A/K/A
MEDENAH BASHA; BEYONNE A BASHA;
are the Defendants, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash at 108
N. Jefferson Street on the front steps of
the Taylor County Courthouse at
11:00AM, on the 25 day of April, 2006,
the following described property as set
forth In said Final Judgment:
COMMENCE 140 YARDS WEST OF THE
NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE NORTHWEST
QUARTER OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER
OF SECTION 19, TOWNSHIP 4 SOUTH.
RANGE 8 EAST FOR A POINT OF
BEGINNING; THENCE RUN SOUTH 70
YARDS; WEST 70 YARDS; NORTH 70
YARDS; AND THENCE EAST 70 YARDS TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
OUTSALE RECORD:
A PORTION OF THE ABOVE REAL ESTATE
WAS SOLD FROM BEYONNE A. BASHA
AND MEDENAH BASHA, HUSBAND AND
WIFE, TO THE CITY OF PERRY, DATED 10-
27-95 AND RECORDED 4-17-96 AT
OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 368, PAGE 405.
LEGAL DESCRIPTION:
A 30 FOOT STRIP OF LAND LYING WITHIN A
LINE 15 FEET AND RIGHT OF THE
FOLLOWING DESCRIBED CENTERLINE:
COMMENCE AT A RAILROAD SPIKE
MARKING THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF
SECTION 19, TOWNSHIP 4 SOUTH, RANGE
8 EAST, TAYLOR COUNTY FLORIDA, AND
RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES 24 MINUTES 52
.. SECONDS EAST, ALONG ASH STREET,
f'703.37 FEET TO A POINT IN THE CENTER OF
PAVEMENT OF ASH STREET FOR A POINT
OF BEGINNING; THENCE FROM SAID
POINT OF BEGINNING RUN ALONG THE
CENTER OF MYRTLE STREET NORTH, AS
FOLLOWS: SOUTH 01 DEGREES 24
MINUTES 15 SECONDS WEST 239.49 FEET
TO AN IRON ROD; THENCE SOUTH 01
DEGREES 09 MINUTES 53 SECONDS WEST
359.22 FEET TO AN IRON ROD; THENCE .
SOUTH 00 DEGREES 33 MINUTES 21
SECONDS WEST 259.08 FEET TO AN IRON
ROD; THENCE SOUTH 01 DEGREES 24
MINUTES 15 SECONDS WEST 244.03 FEET


Call for Bids PROJECT: Air
Conditioning/Heat Pump/Air Handler at
Christ Episcopal Church Monticello,
Florida. Scope of project includes'
purchases and installation of four (4):
complete heating and air condltioirllrf
systems in the existing church a"rid'
removal gnd disposal of four (4) wateir
to air systems located in the calling ofi
samrne church to be completed within .9
days of award of contact. Ip.b:
Henderson, Project Manager, 'will
receive sealed proposals fr'omn:
LICENSED CONTRACTORS ONLY. Call 850-
997-4116 for more informdttl6n
concerning document availa6ilit f.
Documents are available for review-opt
the church office, 425 North Cberry
Street, Monticello, Florida 32344.' BOND;
REQUIREMENTS: 100% labor and material'.
payment and performance bond mni6q
be required from successful bidders &'t
the Project Manager's option. PREOID
MEETING: There will be a mandatory .
pre-bid meeting conducted at Christ
Episcopal Church, 425 North Clrty -
Street, Monticello, Florida 3.'3.l4 cn the
following date and time: 'nursaoa. 1"6
March 2006, at 4:00 p.m. EDI -BIW
OPENING: Sealed bids shall be receive ye
until 4:00 P.M. EST, and read aloud
publicly, on the following date :0fd .
location: Date: Friday., 7 April,2006',
Location: Christ Episcopal Church offri;
425 North Cherry Street, Montile1ife
Florida 32344. The Project Mangger
reserves the right to waive -any-
irregularities and to reject any ond'atl'
bids.



Notice of Public Hearing "-
Hearing Date: April 18, 2006
Subject of Hearing: Local Wellfts 2
Policy .
THE DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD OF TAYLIOR
COUNTY WILL HOLD A PUBLIC HEARING'
ON THE ABOVE DATE FOR APPROVAL OF
SAID SUBJECT ITEM. THIS HEARING WILL
BE HELD AT THE SCHOOL BOARD
-MEETING. THE PUBLIC IS INVITEp TO
ATTEND TO EXPRESS -THEIR
OPINIONS/CONCERNS. THE "PUBLIC
HEARING WILL BE HELD AT THE
ADMINISTRATIVE COMPLEX, SCHOOL -
BOARD MEETING ROOM, 318 North Clark
Street. A copy of this'policy may be
obtained from the Superintendent's
-Office.
Oscar Mi Howard Jr. "
Superintendent of Schools .
3/22, 3/29, 4/5, 4/12
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IN THE COUNTY COURT, THIRDiJUDI.CIAL Z
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No. 62-2006-CC-093-00A-01' ,
TOMMY INGRAM, Plaintiff
vs.
UNKNOWN, Defendant
NOTICE OF ACTION '
Notice Is hereby given that a petition to Z
determine ownership of a VESSELL has
been filed and you aie requjlred to-
serve a copy of your mnnen oblections.
if any, on TOMMY 'NGRAM. wnose
address is P.O. 3ox 605, Shady Grove,
Florida 32357 who Is the petitioner. on:or
bef.:.re April 27, 2006, and file the original'
v..irn me Clerk of the Court either before
service on the petrioner or immediately
thereafter; other ',ise. a default will be
entered for the rea1el demanded in the.
petition.
Witness my hand and seal of this court
on the 27th day of March, 2006. at'
Taylor County,.Florlda.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Sallna Ford
Deputy Clerk
3/29,4/5,4/12,4/19


NOTICE (PURSUANT TO FLORIDA STATUTE .
,125.66) "' ,:
Notice Is hereby given thor me Board of
County Commissioners of Taylor County,
Florida will hold a.public hearing on the
passage t tire proposed Ordinarie'-.
amending Orainance No 98-12. -the
public nearing thail be held ato he B6ard
Of Counrv Commission meeting ROa .
Taylor Countr Courthouse Annex -eld-
Post Office Bul:dlng in Perry, Florida, at
the regular ooard meeting on Tuesday.
April 11, 2006. or 6 20 PM rhe title of the
proposed ordinance Is- ...
/.ri ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE.'
98O12 (SECTiON 70-1 OF THE TAYLOR
COUNTY CODE), AS AMENDED.'
ESTABLISHING A NEW SECTION WHICH -
PROVIDES FOR THE LOCAL
-ADMINISTRATION .OF THE TAX;
DESIGNATING THE TAX COLLECGOR AS
THE LOCAL OFFICIAL TO WHOM THE TAX
SHALL BE REMITTED; PROVIDING FOR THE
POWERS AND" DUTIES OF THE T.AX
COLLECTOR; PROVIDING FOR CERTAIN
ADDITIONAL DUTIES WITH TQU.RI&T
DEVELOPMENT TAX; PROVIUIING EOi;.
INCLUSION IN THE COUNTY CODE!
PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. .
The -proposed ordinance may le ,
inspected by the public at the Clerk cf
the Circuit Court's Office at the Taylor
,County Courthouse, Perry, Td'vOJ.-
County, Florida. -. .
All members of the public are welcome
to attend. Norice is tunner hereby given
pursuant to Fioriao Statute 286.0105. ttihcp
any person or persons deciding *p
appeal any moratter considered di.thsll
public hearing will need a record of.-th
hearing and may need to ensure that o
verbatim record of the proceedings Is
made, whicn record Includes the
testimony and evidence uoon witch
the appeal Is to be based. '.. -
Dated this 30th day of March. 2006..:b
Annie Mae Murphy. Clejk of the Clrculf
Court and Clerk of the Board of County
Commissioners of Taylor County. Florida.
4/5 .



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Assistance program for tje 2007-2008
funding cycle. Funds can be used for
the development of public recreational
facilities or land acquisition to be used
for public recreation.
The public hearing will be held In the
Shady Grove Community Center which
is the location of the Taylor County
Board of Commissioners meeting of
above said date
All persons interested in this matter
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Board of County Commissioners
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B-6 Taco Times April 5, 2006

Letters to the Editor


'Give tourists a reason to stop in Taylor County'


rCDA
Continued from page 2
collect. If the antique business was
encouraged it would thrive.
Why let all those RVs pass from
Tallahassee to south Florida and
vise-versa? Give them--and the
ruckers--a special reason to stop in
Taylor County.
The tourist market keeps money
coming into the county, moving
krom: business to business, and as
he article states "the area is
-nhanced as the total wealth in the
communityy increases,. benefiting
ill citizens." 86 million people and


'ear Editor:
My name is F. Brian Faircloth
nd I recently required the services
If Dr. Miles Nelson and the
,argical unit at Doctors' Memorial
.ospital. I write today to tell you
;hat the care and support that I
received' from the staff at our
hospital was outstanding. The
,, 'qute that I walked through the
doors of Doctors' Memorial
hospitall, I was greeted by warm


51 million dollars were deposited
in the Florida economy last year.
What was our portion? Could it be
more?
Just recently, the community
hosted a Bluegrass Festival. We
read that the campgrounds and the
motels were filled. Restaurants,
jiffy stores, department stores and
gas stations looked busy too.
Recently we hosted the Florida
State Junior Miss pageant. If each
contestant brought at least 2
relatives, 24 additional people
were in the area for 3-4 days. Each
family stayed at motels, ate out,
purchased souvenirs and like most


smiles and "attitudes" of calmness,
which I needed a lot of. Our
community is blessed to have-such
a caring and kind group of
professionals. I am well today
because of them.
I urge Administrator Rick Brown
to share my thanks with the staff
and give them a "pat" on the back
for a job well done.
Sincerely,
F. Brian Faircloth


visitors, found items they "just had
to have," spending at least $500.00
here in Perry.
The money found its way into
local retailers' cashboxes as an
inflow of money, described in the
article. Wasn't the sports complex
planned to draw state and regional
tournaments as well as local
activities? What about
mudbogging?
These are examples of an inflow
of money. Expanding these


programs in the future will give
businesses incoming dollars year
after year. Even the newspaper
benefits from the sales of
congratulations ads!
Clean businesses that hire local
citizens are possible and make
good business sense.
Sincerely.
Carole Taitt
T.R.U.E
Taylor Residents United
for the Environment


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Editor's Note: It is the policy of this
newspaper to run the names of all
-hose arrested and booked at the
"ylor County Jail. All those listed
oelow have been charged with a crime,
but are considered innocent until
S:roven guilty.
."eb. 26:
John Jesse Vann, 48, 221 Gas
and Grill Trailer Park, failure to
appear, VOP for possession of less.
than 20 grams cannabis, Ptl. Curry,
'PD.
Jennifer Lin McMillan, 36, 228
L.,ndr, Road, VOP for petit theft,
'pt. Johnson, TCSO.
Feb. 28:
James Steven Hodges, 26, 313 S.
., container), Dep. Lilliott, TCSO.
archh 1:
Sim Edward Woods, 57, Gianger
-Drive, VOP (criminal mischief),
Dep. Gulbrandsen, TCSO.
Jason Leon Royals, 23, West
iolsom Place, DWLS
knowinglyy), Ptl. Curry, PPD.
Andrieka T. Dixon, 20, 503
Woodard Street, possession of
,-.cocaine with intent to sell, Ptl.
-Norris, PPD.
March 2:
Elizabeth Fay Walker, 42, 1st
Avenue- NE, Steinhatchee,
possession of less, than 20 grams
caninabik. possession of drug
paraphernalia, sale of controlled
substance (methamphetamine-3
:-counts),, possession of controlled
substancee (methamphetamine-3
counts), Dep. Hershberger, TCSO.
. -Earl Lee Childs, 63, Fifth Street
NE. Steinhatchee, sale, of
. substance in lieu of controlled
substance, sale of controlled
substance (methamphetamine),
-possession of controlled substance
(methamphetamine); Dep.
Hershberger, TCSO.
Saimantha Kelly Bailey, 28, P. 0.
Box: 488, Steinhatchee, sale of
.controlled substance (cocaine),


possession of controlled substance
(cocaine), Dep. Hershberger,
TCSO.
Anna. K. Oglesby, 50, Roys
Road, Steinhatchee, sale of
controlled substance (oxycontin),
Dep. Hershberger, TCSO.
Misty Lynn Evans, 38, P. O. Box
556, Steinhatchee, warrant for petit
theft, Dep. Hershberger, TCSO.
March 3:
Keith Nolan Wynn, 37, Freeman
Courtney Road, possession of
controlled substance, DUI, Ptl.
Norris, PPD.
Kit Sherwin Buzbee, 36, 1450
Kays Road, DUI, Ptl. Kelly, PPD.
Anna K. Oglesby, 50, Roys
Road, Steinhatchee, VOP (sale of
controlled substance), Dep.
Hershberger, TCSO.
Joseph Terrill Dixon, 34, Woods
Road, possessioii of cocaiiied,
possession of drug paraphernalia,
Ptl. Franklin, PPD.
Dana Downs Hamrick, 43, South
Bacon Street, disorderly conduct,
resisting with violence (2 counts),
loitering and prowling, VOP
(battery on law enforcement
officer), Ptl. Kelly, PPD.
March 4:
John Wesley Vicks, 18, William
Street, DWLS, operating
unregistered vehicle, possession of
cocaine, possession of less than 20
grams cannabis, possession of drug
paraphernalia, Dep. Woods, TCSO.
Martin Joseph Hughes, 50,
Courtney Road, DUI (2nd), Ptl.
Norris, PPD.
Allen A. Martin, 37, Oxfordshire
Place, Orlando, DWLS/R
(knowingly), possession of
cannabis, Ptl. Kelly, PPD.
Russell E. Cruce, 50, Bernard
Johnson Road, domestic battery,
Dep. Cruse, TCSO.
Jimmie Lee Crim, 40, Woodrift
Street, Lamont,' possession of
cocaine, possession of drug
paraphernalia, resisting without
violence, Ptl. Kelly, PPD.


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