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July 5, 2006 Tree Capital of the South ,; 2 Seg-iihs Our 45th Year, No. 27


News


Forum


Woman charged



in $18,000 scam


Day camps are making a
big splash with out-of-
school students. Please
see page A-5 to see
highlights from the 4-H
"Wild for Water" camp.


Lincoln awarded
for Midweek
Muddle
The Florida Press Association
recently awarded first place to Susan
H. Lincoln, managing editor of The
Taco Times and the Perry News-
Herald, for her column, "Midweek
Muddle."
Lincoln was recognized for the
best Humorous Column in the 7,000-
and-under circulation division
of newspapers in the state
association.

Class of 1968
holds 'mini-
reunion'
The Taylor County High School
Class of 1968 will hold a "mini
*reunion" Saturday, July 8, at Graves
.Drive-In, starting at 5:30 p m.
Everyone is invited; dinner will be
-Dutch-treat.

AMVETS host
yard sale this
Saturday
The monthly Sons of AMVETS
Community Yard Sale will be held this
Saturday, July 8, from 7 a.m. until
noon.
Spaces are available for a $5
donation each and walk-ins are
welcome. Call Mark Viola at 584-5513
or 584-8807.
A bake sale will be held at the yard
sale to raise money for the AMVETS
Post 20 Benevolent Fund.
Any donation receives a free "Give
AVet a Hand" cookie.
The yard' sale is located at 2499
Woods Creek Rd.

Caregiver 101
presented at
DMH Friday
Caregiver 101. a free education
seminar for caregivers of persons with
'riibmory impairment or Parkinson's
disease, will be presented at Doctors'
Memorial Hospital Saturday, July 8,
.from'8 a.m. to noon.
To register, please call the
. Alzheimer Resource Center at (850)
561-6869.
Topics will include: diagnosis and
treatment of memory disorders and
.Parkinson's' disease; medication
issues; coping strategies; intervention
and behavioral therapies: dealing with
depression; and caregiving issues.


Index

'-' Lving...page A,-4
o'Sports...page A-6
Seligion...page A-7
ii Gomlmunity..page 13-1
, -E~lditiorial...pag1e B-2
T, ;'l5 s!fied5...page 5-4
_96E5 led


In an apparent case of identity
theft. a Perry %oman has been
arrested after being accused of
using another person's Social
Securiti card and date of birth to
obtain se,.eral credit cards and
charging up io '$ 8,000 on them.
Tajlor Count,, Sheriffs Office
Lance Burford said Dawn M.
Coue'.. 311. is accused of using the
personal information from a
former employer to open new
accounts and charge on old ones
also.
The \icrim 'as. able to provide
law enforcement with detailed
documentation showing that the
suspect, Couey, had used her
former employer's personal
information to establish the bogus
accounts.
A credit report of the victim
shoso a CiiiCard (credit card)


An unregistered sex offender
from Indiana has been arrested
after la%% enforcement officials say
he continued his sexual crimes in
Ta\ lor Count's.
Thomas Lee Clemons, 18, of
Elkhart. Ind. is accused of going
into the bedroom of a 14-year-old
girl during the night, and touching
her inappropriately while she
slept.
According to a report filed by
Ta\lor Countiv Sheriffs, Office
Brian Cruse. the victim said "she

City council


re-elects


Ketring


as mayor
Emil' Ketring was re-elected
ma\or by unanimous vote of
the Perry City Council last
week.
"I think \te have been well
represented b MNIrs. Ketring this
past \ear." Councilman Doug'
Everett said.
Other members ,echoed his
approval, with Councilman
Alphonso Do\ dell adding "she is
doing a good job. ust the way itis."
A motion to retain Ketring as
mayor and Do Cdell as vice mayor
handily passed % ith a 5-0 vote.
"It has been a privilege serving
\with all of Nou and I appreciate
your vote of confidence," Ketring
said.


with a balance of over $8,000,
which the victim said she never
opened.
"The victim said she had tried to
put a block on all her accounts, but
has learned that Ms. Couey was
still opening new accounts and
using her old ones," Burford said.
When questioned last week
before her arrest, Couey "said she
.had no knowledge of the credit
card accounts except one, in which.
the victim told her to make sure
she paid the balance.
"After further talking to Ms.
Couey, she told me that she would
like to stop answering my
questions about this case and
would like to wait to talk with her
lawyer before finishing her
statement."
Couey was charged with credit
fraud, 'grand theft and cheating.


woke up and told Clemons to stop
and he did. She then asked him
what he was doing and he said that
he wanted to know what time it
was.
"She told him that the clock was
on the stove and then told him to.
leave her room. Thomas returned
to the room a few minutes later and
asked her if she would come into
the living room and watch
television with him. The victim
looked at the clock and it was 4:30
a.m I ',
"She then told him that she and
her sister (who was also sleeping in
the room) were going back to sleep
and for him to leave," said
Cruse.'
"He returned a few minutes later,
with a glass of tea for the child and
then left."
/ When Cruse met with Thomas at
the county jail, where he ,was
incarcerated on unrelated charges,
he admitted to "walking into the
child's room during the night, but
said he never touched, her--only
gave her a glass of tea," Cruse
said.
"Clemons said he moved out the
.following day, but wouldn't say
why. li asked him if he was a
convicted sexual offender, he said
that he was. I asked him if he had
registered as a sex offender here in
Taylor County, he said that he had
not. He told me that he ,had only.
been here for about four weeks or
so and he was going to register if
he decided to live here
permanently."
Clemons was charged with a
lewd or lascivious act on a child
under 16 and failure to register as a
sex offender.


By MARK VIOLA
Staff writer
A group of children walk down the sidewalk and
look up at the building on the comer. A few gasp
and in hushed voices whisper to each other while
several braver ones exclaim, "Look, it's the
haunted house."
Every town has one--some have several--and in
a community with a history as varied and colorful
as Perry, perhaps it is not too farfetched to think
that some spirits got lost on the way to the light.
The Greystone, the imposing figure of a building
that graces the corner of Jefferson and Bay streets
in downtown Perry, according' to local lore, has
seen its share of violence and intrigue.
There was the man who was mugged and killed
on the front porch during the days the building was
a boarding- house. There was the man who found
his wife in bed with someone else, and after killing
them both, hung himself from the ceiling in the
third-floor tower. Some people say they know
what happened in the house, but when pressed for'
details, refuse to reveal what they know.
None of this, however,, was known to,
Christopher James, a recent transplant from \West
Palm Beach, when he bought the Gre\ stone. It v. as
only after a series of une\plamned events that he
;'began to explore the home's history. During .his
short stay here, he tells of lights turned off found
ablaze upon returning to the house, windows stuck
shut suddenly opening and refusing to close, and
an upstairs rug tossed aside no matter how many
times it's moved back.
It was these and other occurrences that led
James to invite a group of self-described ghost
hunters to examine the building to see what--or
who--might still be there.
It-started off innocently enough. It was an
unassuming group of people thaf met Friday night
atia local fast food restaurant determined to take on
the unknown: James; his sister-in-law; James'
friend, a professional filmographer, and his
fiancee; a husband-and-wife team of ghost hunters
from Crawfordville; and one reporter.
As families and travelers ate dinner around us,
stories were swapped over hamburgers and:
chicken nuggets of unexplained incidents and first-,
hand encounters.
Then it, was time to drive to the house. After:
.-years of living in Perry, the Greystone had just
become another building on Jefferson Street.
This night, however, as we approached the
house, I was suddenly seven years old again and.
hearing tales from friends of a spectral woman
peering out from the tower window.


As Sheila and Mitch, the ghost hunters, prepared
their cameras and recorders in the kitchen, James
showed us a plant that had fallen victim to
something. He said that he had found it severed at
its base with the stems and lea\ esleft in a heap on
the floor. A speaker for the doorbell had been
pulled from the wall, he said, and dangled by its
wire.
-Of this, and the other events he described, I have
no evidence one way or the other. I can only tell of
what happened that night as we explored the old
home.
. Jason, the filmographer, hefted his camera, and
we ventured further into the fist floor. Emotions
were high and we shared several jokes about what
we might find.
' The, atmosphere soon changed, however, when,
upon entering one room, James came to a sudden
stop and pointed to two chairs sitting side by side
in the center of the room. Clearly shaken, he told
us when he had'been in the house the night before,
the chairs had been against the wall.
John, a local history buff who has been helping
James gather information about the house, agreed,
.saying that he had been there the night before and,
remembered the chairs agamsi the wall.
We only had their ord that this was true. but we
did; stay closer together and nobody appeared
inclined to tell anymore jokes.
SThe first floor, other than the chairs, seemed to
be in order and it was time to tackle the second.
In the first room we entered, both windows were
open, and the curtains blew inward as if a decent
breeze was at work. Yet the night air had been still
and damp when we had been outside earlier. Also,
very. little wind was evident when we placed our
hands between the window and the curtains.
Was it just' a crosscurrent from the open
windows? A very likely explanation,,I told myself
as we explored the rest of the room.
Then why did I, with a nervous edge to my
voice, point out that the curtains seemed to be
blowing harder since we had entered the room?
" Sheila was using, her digital camera to
photograph the room when she said to us that she
sat. through the LCD screen, a shadow in the
window that could n1t be explained by what she
was. seeing with her' naked eye. Several of us
crowded around 'her, jockeying for a view, and two,
or three others exclaimed that they could see the.
same. It disappeared before I could see it though.
! The next room was bare, but James said there
had been two rugs in the center of the room. He
-* Please see page 2


New release will 'Jump Start Your Day'


William
Rolling
Jr., a
native
son of
Taylor
County,
has just
released
his new
book
'Jump
Start
Your
Day'
,OU ,' .


i William Lee Rollings Jr., a
native son, of Taylor County, has
released his new'book "Jump Start
Your Day," a Christian devotional
that establishes a new standard in
daily devotionals.
"It provides practical insight
concerning common situations that
people face daily. Also, the book
provides biblical answers, along
with practical motivational
instructions, for managing the
three core areas in a person's life
'faith, family and career'," Rollings
said.
Rollings, the son of William and
Estic Rollings of Perry,. is no
stranger to motivating individuals
and teams.
He has successfully managed
and directed several major
corporate marketing and product,
development campaigns.
The key to his success in the
corporate world, Rollings said, is
"People. More explicitly, it takes a
group .of motivated, unified
individuals who are focused on the
, goals of any project, no matter how
great or small, to create a
successful environment, project or
campaign."


On his' recent book release, he
said, "With our busy and hectic
schedules, we often rush out the
door without gaining, the fuel
needed to make it through the day.
On many occasions I not only had
to make sure that I had a positive
outlook and great attitude on a
daily basis, but I also had the
responsibility of making sure that
my team had the same.
"'Jump Start Your Day' was
birthed out of my passion to help
people address issues in a more
balanced and positive way. This
book will inspire people to learn
practical .tips on how to
successfully face these -common
situations of everyday life. It
includes: how to get the most out
of your'job, reduce financial debt,
seek great friendships, properly
handle success, avoid compromise,
overcome challenges, plan for your
future and overcome physical
burnout, bitterness, jealousy and
anger. All of these areas have a
major impact on every area of your
life."
Rollings continued, "In addition,
each lesson in my book is
contemporary, practical and easy-


to-read. Every Jesson is organized
by an interactive 3 A's approach--
Ask, Answer and Act.
"As we face the daily challenges
of life, we normally ask questions
to, gain insight concerning how to
properly deal with. our situation.
Next, we expect to receive answers
which provide us with practical
insight and advice. Lastly, we must
act upon the advice received if we
expect to fully succeed in pur
situation," said Rollings.
According to Darryl Thornton,
vice president, The Dallas Morning
News, "William Rollings puts forth
'a timely, relevant, easy to read and
easy to apply daily devotional.
William uses real issues and
provides a practical step-by-step
action plan which uses his 3A's
approach--Ask, Answer and Act.
Christians, whether new in their
walk or mature, .will benefit from
this work. This devotional will
change your life!"
Rollings earned his bachelor's
degree in computer information
systems from Florida A&M
University and his MBA from the
"6-* Please see page 3


18-year-old sex


offender arrested







A-2 The Taco Times July 5, 2006


Are the specks in the above photograph simply dust particles or are they wandering spirits?

Camera catches light in tower room


DARK SHADOWS
Continued from page 1
said he would find the top rug
folded over, as if something didn't
want it there. He had finally moved
both rugs out of the room and the
problems ceased.
Sheila and Mitch decided to
move the rugs back into the room
and as Mitch and James did so, I
continued to snap photos as I had
seen the ghosthunters doing. The
idea was to take lots of photos to
see if any ghost showed up that
couldn't be seen with the naked
eye.
Although it was almost certainly
dust stirred up by moving the rugs,
I did capture numerous strange
dots on most of the photos from
that room.
The ghost hunters said they
could be "orbs," spirits floating
around captured by the camera. As
I cannot be called an expert in
digital photography or paranormal
phenomena, I will leave that up to
others for debate. What I will say
i, although we spent almost two
hours in the house, which was
surely dusty, this was the only
room in which the dots appeared in
the photos.
*"" 'A quick rev'isit to the room % %ith
the 'curtains sparked alarm when
we noticed a doll on the mantle had
moved to the opposite side. We
found out quickly that somebody
had moved it to see if something
would move it back.
No one was eager to be the first
one to go up to the third floor.
Finally, Jason made the trip with
his camera and returned unharmed.
I figured it was my turn to try it out
on my own.
Even with the lights on, it's
amazing how scary a place can be
when you're expecting something'
to jump out at you at any moment.
It seemed that every third step I


was looking over my shoulder
knowing that I was being watched.
The rooms on the third floor
appeared to be a mixture of aborted
renovation attempts. A smattering
of paint here, a floor ripped up
there.
Walking around alone, it wasn't
too hard to imagine reasons they
were never completed.
After we all finished a tour of the
floor, Mitch set up his own video
camera with night vision
capability. He and I were the only
ones there when something
happened that defies all my
attempts at explanation.
The camera was pointing into
the tower room, and through the
viewfinder the world was an
unearthly green from the night
vision. Some light could be seen
through the windows from a
nearby street light, but otherwise
the third floor was completely
dark.
The occasional passing car
provided light at times through the.
windows. Then, on the viewfinder,
a small ball of light appeared that,
was not from the street light or any
car.
It only lasted a second or two
and then sped downward
disappearing. .. ..
We looked at ejch other; quietly'
acknowledging that we had both
seen it. After so many false alarms
and phenomena that could be
explained away, I was out of
explanations.
We walked back down to the
second floor and I dully said to the
others, "I think I just saw an orb."
What a difference a few hours
makes.
We took a break from the
hunting and those who were
staying for the night left to get
,coffee and snacks.
, It was shortly after 1 a.m. when
we returned to the house, but


nothing appeared out of order. As
Sheila and Mitch prepared to settle
in for the night and moved their
cameras and recorders, I decided it
was time to leave.
Bidding farewell, I exchanged
numbers with Sheila and promised
to go along next time they were in
Taylor County.
On the drive home, I was
surprised at just how acute my
senses had become. After hours of
straining my eyes and ears for the
slightest unusual sight or sound,
my head was buzzing.
On the walk from-the car to the
house, I saw three ghosts--a potted
plant, a cat and a shadow. I laughed
at myself, but then I remembered
the ball of light on the video
camera.
I looked over my shoulder and
.seeing nothing, quickly unlocked
the door and called an end to my
night of ghost hunting.









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A-3 The Taco Times July 5, 2006


50 new jobs possible


Bulova Tech awarded



$3.8 million contract


Bulova Technologies, which
owns Bulova Technologies
Ordnance Systems, LLC, (BTOS)
located in Mayo, has received a
$3.8 million contract from the U.S.
Army Field Support Command for
fabrication of M117, M118 and
Ml 19 booby trap simulators.


ROLLING
Continued from page 1
University of Texas in Austin.
He and his wife, Grenna, have
one daughter, Alexis. They now
reside in Dallas, Texas.
His professional career includes
more than eight years of corporate
marketing experience in product
management and partnership
management. Rollings was
responsible for launching new
products, managing enhancements
to existing products and executing
marketing communication
efforts.
Rollings said his mission '"is to
encourage and equip people to
reach their God-givefl potential
through writing and public
speaking."
He -has several years of
experience as a workshop
presenter at various conferences
for adult Christians. His teaching
has touched upon such key topics
as Biblical manhood, dating
relationships, sexual purity,
spiritual growth and maintaining


If all options are exercised, the
total contract award value could
exceed $17 million.
BTOS, formerly Lance
Ordnance, is a provider of load,
assemble and pack of energetic
materials to botlh the U.S.
government. and commercial


balance between church, work and
home. His teaching approach is to
present God's word in a manner
"that is simple, practical and easy
to understand." Rollings is a
member of the Concord
Missionary Baptist Church in
Dallas, where he has served in
several ministry areas including
home Bible study leader, youth
ministry, men's ministry, deacon
and now elder.
He also realizes that the
opportunity to make a positive
impact in the community goes far
beyond the traditional church
environment.
His passion for reaching and
teaching others is extended to the
college classroom as well where he
serves as an adjunct professor at
Cedar Valley Community College
in Lancaster, Texas.
For more information regarding
"Jump Start Your Day," visit
his website on-line at
www.williamrollings.com.
His future plans include a book
signing in Perry, tentatively
planned for this coming fall:


customers.
For the simulator contract,
program management activities
will be performed within the
corporate headquarters located in
Lancaster, Penn., and all load,
assemble and pack operations will
be performed at' the Mayo
facility.
Bruce Becker, BTOS president,
said the recent victory could result
in as many as 50 new employees
and numerous upgrades to the
facility.
Vice President Eddie Viola, a.
longtime resident of Perry, said he
feels this contract award will
greatly assist in the economic
growth of all surrounding areas and
will be well received by the
community.
Angelo Saitta, vice president of
business development, feels that
this victory is consistent with
Bulova's strategic plan, which
includes "providing our soldiers
and our allied forces highly, safe
and reliable products and
services."


A Perry man has been arrested
after law enforcement officials say
he attempted to defraud the Pizza
Hut home office of more than
$1,000 for work he had not
done.
Perry Police .Department Ptl.
Kristina Reis said she was
contacted by the manager of Pizza
Hut, who had information from the
home office' that James Heyward
Amick, 41, had submitted at least


The landing gear on this Pipe Comanche aircraft refused to engage as its pilot was preparing
to land at the Perry/Foley Airport last week. The pilot was able to land the aircraft safely, slid-
ing along the runway for approximately 1,000 feet.

Landing gear would not deploy

Family safe after 'hard' landing


A family of four in their Piper
Comanche aircraft were preparing
to land last week at the Perry/Foley
Airport when their landing gear
would not deploy and they were
forced to land without'it.
The Pulliam family from
Moscow, Tenn., were enroute to
Cedar Key for a vacation and
planned to refuel at the airport.
According to Airport Manager
Tommie Stanaland, the plane slid


along the runway for
approximately 1,000 feet, coming
to a safe stop.
The pilot was able to keep the
plane near the runway
centerline.
A little shaken, the family was
fine, Stanaland said, and remained
calm in spite of the unusual
landing.
After completing preliminary
investigation interviews and


removing the aircraft from the
runway, the family rented a car and
continued to Cedar Key.
The aircraft's propeller tips were
bent backward from .striking the
runway, but that was the only
obvious damage. The cause of
the incident is still under
investigation.
The family is grateful for their
safety and the minimum damage to
the aircraft, Stanaland said.


four invoices for work on air
conditioning units.
Reis said that Amick had done
work at the restaurant in August
2005, and was called back,
"possibly in November,' but he
showed up. extremely 'intoxicated
,and was told to leave the
establishment and not to come
back. There have been no services
rendered from Amick since
.then."


Invoices have since been
received at the home office with
February, April and May dates,
totaling $1,070, of which over half
has already been paid, according to
Reis.
"When I asked Amick if he
owned his own air conditioning
business, he said, yes," she
said.
"I asked him if he was licensed
in Florida and Amick first said he


was, but then said he was not, that
that he was licensed out of North
Carolina."
Reis said that during her
investigation, it was determined
that Amick 'was using a-
business license number which
expired in August 1997, and
had been registered to a Dixie
County appliance company.
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A-4The Taco Times July 5, 2006


Heritage Park additions
(Above) Members of the Heritage Park Committee met last week to thank Buckeye Comr
(BCFCU) for its donation of six palm trees. Jimmy Young re-located the palms from their original
to the credit union, which is being cleared for an upcoming expansion project. Pictured are, left
to right: Polly Perkins, Doris Kelynack, BCFCU President Charlton Knowles, Mayor Emily
Ketring, Steve and Mae Jean Holton, Ruth Cuzzort, Rudy Freeman and Tommy Lee Cone. (Left)


New arrival

Jonathan Edward Page II
Spc. Jonathan and Stephanie Page of Harker Heights, Texas, announce
the birth of their son, Jonathan Edward Page II, on May 31, 2006, at 7:24
:a.m. in the Metroplex Health System of Killeen, Texas.
The new arrival weighed 6 pounds, 13 ounces, and was 19.5 inches
Long. Maternal grandparents are Cynthia Kibble of Aurora, Colo., and
'Edward Kibble of Daster, Mich. Paternal grandparents are Cindy and Billy
,Slaughter, and Finis and Jan Page of Perry.
The baby's paternal great grandparents are Charles and Betty Markey of
Perry.


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Among the latest editions to the walking park are benches
School alumni. Mae Jean Holton stands with the bench donated


2 reunions Saturday

Jofinson
The Wash Johnson Family Reunion will be Saturday, July 8, at the
Perry Woman's Club beginning at 11 a.m. Paper products and ice will be
provided. Family and friends are invited for a covered dish luncheon.

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10 a.m. Family members and friends are encouraged to attend and to
bring a basket lunch to share. Fellowship begins at 10 a.m. in the Day
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A-5 The Taco Times July 5,2006


4-H day campers have been
S "Wild for Water," splish-splashing
their way through a variety of
aquatic activities.
*, Stops have included fishing from
the pier at Keaton Beach, diving
into the warm Gulf coast waters at
Hagen's Cove, and taking part in a
"catch and release" fishing trip to


the University of Florida's
Department of Fisheries in
Gainesville.
The group also toured Wakulla
Springs and ,the Gulf Specimen
Marine Lab.
The day camp is one of several
organized annually by the Taylor
County/University of Florida 4-H


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!In summer league



Basketball team now 5-1


* The Taylor County High boys'
basketball team continued its
-winning ways in summer league
play last week, beating rivals
Florida High and Leon in back-to-

In Tallahassee


back games.
The victories gave Taylor
County a 5-1 record this summer.
The Bulldogs have beaten every
team on their schedule including


Lincoln, Leon, Florida High,
North Florida Christian and Pope
John Paul. The lone loss came in
the second game of a double header
with Lincoln.


Bowhunting class is July 15th


The Florida Fish and Wildlife
.Conservation Commission (FWC)
-is sponsoring a July 15 bow-
hunting class for serious archers.


The class runs from 8 a.m. to 6
p.m. at the Tallahassee
Bowhunters Club approximately
one half-mile north of Capital


Soccer camp is July 31st


The Perry Soccer Association
will once again be hosting the
Challenger's British .Soccer Camp
July 31-Aug. 4.
Challenger's is now recognized
as the largest youth soccer camp
in the United States'.
Daily sessions will run from 9
,.-.a.m. until 11 a.m. for ages 4-6;
11:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. for
ages 7-9 and 6 p.m. until 8 p.m.


for ages 10-18.
The cost for the camp is $77 per
participant. Each camper will
receive a soccer ball and a camp t-
shirt.
More information can be found
at www.challengersports.com.
Registration forms may be
picked up at Thomas Chevrolet.
For more information, call 584-
6438.


Boater charged in fatality


The boat operator involved in a
.fatal boating accident in the St.
..Johns River Easter Sunday was
charged with vessel homicide
:'TFriday.
After Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
investigators completed ,their
investigation of .the fatal, boating
accident that occurred April 16, the
State Attorney's Office decided to
.:charge the. operator, Scott M.
Driver, with vessel homicide.
Investigators, determined Driver
"'operated- he vessel in -arnvt
-,.overloaded condition on rough
waters with insufficient safety,
equipment.
Edward Monroe Clark, 46, and


his wife, Lucilla Clark, were
passengers on a 10-foot aluminum
boat with Driver. The boat,
capsized near the Arlington Lions
Club boat ramp in rough water,
throwing all three people and
Clarks' dog into the water. After
the boat capsized, Lucilla Clark
and Driver managed to put on life
vests and swam to shore. They
lost sight of Edward Clark.
The FWC, U.S. Coast Guard,
Jacksonville Fire and Rescue
Department and police searched for
'MEdward' Glark for, a'week 'before
ihel found and rccocered the body.
. F\\C In\ estigator Jason
Bosw ell, along with Officer Chip,
Butler arrested Driver Frioay.


Circle off Springhill Road in
Tallahassee.
"The purpose of this class is to
provide advanced instruction to the
bow-hunter on such topics as the
fundamentals of bow-hunting,
safety, hunting techniques,
stalking, trailing and
sportsmanship," said David
Crosariol, regional hunter safety
officer.
; "Also, even though it is not
required in Florida, completion of
a bow-hunting class is required in
at. least 14 other states before a
hunter can purchase a bow-hunting
license."
Participants should dress for
hunting and bring their own
archery equipment, including bows
and arrows (field points or target
points), a lawn chair, pen or
pencil and a packed lunch.
Persons interested in attending
this course can register online and
obtain information about future
bow-hunting classes at
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calling FWC's regional office in
Panama City at (850) 265-3676.


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"We have been in tough games
against excellent competition,"
Bulldog Coach John Davies said.
"You don't get much from
blowouts. What makes you better
is playing really good teams who
play hard from tip to buzzer."
The coach said his team has
started showing a lot of energy and
determination.
"We are improving inside, but
we still have to get better. Our
inside guys are very dedicated.
They know what is expected of
them and how hard they have to
work," the coach said.
Playing the inside for the 'Dogs
this summer are Jabaree Williams,
Matt Burrell and Drew
Southerland.
The Bulldogs' up-tempo offense
relies on a deep; quick set of
guards. They are constantly
pushing the ball with quick passes
and attacks at the basket, Davies
said.
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off for the.July 4th holiday but
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A-6 The Taco Times July 5, 2006

Second camp possible

Golf camp set July 11-13

to benefit TCHS golf team
The Taylor County High School golf team will stage a golf camp July
11-13 for aspiring golfers up to age 15.
The camp will be held from 9 a.m. uhtil 12 noon at the Perry Golf and
Country Club; the cost is $40.
Please pre-register by calling the golf course at 584-3590 or Camden
Lynn at 584-7299.
"There is the possibility of a second camp July 25-27 depending on
registration," said Lynn, the lone senior on the 2006-07 team. Money
raised by the camp will go toward uniforms for the team which is coached
by Tyson Hicks.

Second cheerleading

camp to be July 24-27


Taylor Elite Cheerleading will
be conducting a second all-star
cheer camp this summer for K
through 5th graders.
The camp will be held July 24-
27 at Taylor Gymnastics,
Cheerleading and Dance and will
run daily from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m.
The cost is $40 per participant.
The camp will emphasize cheers
and dance, strength and
conditioning and stints and
tumbling.
Participants will receive a t-shirt


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Religion


A-7 The Taco Times June 28, 2006


Former pastors, members invited

San Pedro observes 125th Homecoming


Former pastors, members invited
San Pedro Baptist Church will observe its 125th Homecoming service on
Sunday, July 9, with Sunday School at 10 a.m. and worship at 11. The Rev.
Joe Hughes will deliver the Homecoming message.
Former pastors and members, as well as friends in the community, are
invited to come for services and lunch which will follow. A gospel sing
featuring the Crimson Flow will highlight the afternoon's activities.
Attention all men: it's the first Friday in July!
Close on the heels of the fourth of July, is the first Friday in July and thus
the monthly gathering of men that includes lunch and a brief inspirational
message by the Rev. Eddie Blalock. All men are invited to lunch Friday,
July 7, at the M.A. Rigoni Cookhouse on North U.S. 19 (north of the
former Highway Patrol Station).
Lunch will be served from 11:30 a.m. until 12:15 p.m., followed by a

Southside and Pisgah

Churches will begin


Bible Schools July 9
Southside Baptist Church will open its doors for Vacation Bible
School on July 9 with classes from 6-8:30 p.m. Supper will precede classes
at 5:30 p.m.
Classes on the "Arctic Edge" extend through July 14 for age 3 through
adult. Everyone is invited.
Pisgah Baptist Church is also making preparations for an 'Arctic Edge'
adventure when Vacation Bible School gets underway July 9 and continues
through July 14.
Supper will be served each evening at 5:30, with classes for kindergarten
through 8th grade from 6 until 8:30 p.m.
For 8th through 12 grade students, Pisgah Baptist Church will present
"A Call To Die" as Vacation Bible School.
These classes for teens will also be held from 5:30 until 8:30 p.m., and
everyone is invited.


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The cost is $5.
Early worship at First Presbyterian Church
For the month of July and the first Sunday in August, summer worship
will begin at 10 a.m. at the First Presbyterian Church on Plantation Road.
Sunday School is in recess during this time period.
The Rev. Larry D. Neal, pastor of the church, invites everyone to join the
congregation for 10 a.m. worship.
Revival begins today at Glorious Rain
The Women's Ministry of Glorious Rain Church of God of Prophecy will
lead a revival July 5-9 with 7 p.m. services. Minister Ranata Hughes is
evangelist for the revival; the church is located at 110 Maurice Linton
Road, directly behind the former location of Buddy's Furniture.
Pastor Byron Hughes invites everyone to "come expecting a blessing."
Mini revival begins at Shady Grove
Shady Grove Missionary Baptist Church will hold a mini revival July 5-
7 with services at 7 each night. Evangelist Jim Vann will be the featured
speaker with special music planned. Everyone is invited.
The revival will be followed by Homecoming on Sunday, July 9, with
services at 11:30 a.m. Bobby Hall will be the speaker w ith lunch follow
following in the fellowship hall.


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JESUS WOULD FOLLOW THE
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By Jeff Himmel
Near the end of His "sermon on the mount," Jesus said,
"Therefore, however you want people to treat you, so treat them,
for this -is the Law and the Prophets" (Matthew 7:12). We often
paraphrase this command as, "Do unto others as you would have
then do unto you." We have come to call it "The Golden Rule."
The point of this "golden rule" is not that we should do good~to
others in hopes that they'll do good to us. In fact, Jesus teaches us
to treat others well even when they treat us poorly. "You have heard
that it was said, 'You shall love your neighbor and hate your enemy.'
But I say to you, love your enemies and pray for those who
persecute you...For if you love those who love you, what reward
do you have ?.. .If you greet only your brothers, what more are you
'doing than others?..." (Matthew 5:43-47).
Jesus' parable of the Good Samaritan illustrates this teaching.
Read it in Luke 10:25-37. A lawyer asked Jesus what he should do
to inherit eternal life. When Jesus asked him what the Law said;
he answered, "You shall love the Lord your God with all your
heart...and your 1)ei i hbor asyourself. "Jesus said he had answered
correctly. "But wishing ,to justify himself, he said to Jesus, 'And
who is my neighbor?'" (verse 29).
The lawyer's question implied that there must be some reasonable
limits on love and mercy. Surely God didn't want him to lIe
everyone, did He?
Jesus responded with a parable. Most of us know the store a
traveling Jew was robbed, beaten, and left for dead; a Jewish.prist
came upon the man and passed him by; another religious: leader
came upon him and also passed by; but then a Samaritan:cai e
along and compassionately took care of the man.
What modern readers often ignore is that the hero of the stjry
was a Samaritan. Most Jews despised Samaritans, viewing th*m
as half-breeds and heretics. The average Jew probably woul&d't
have stopped to help an injured Samaritan; but in Jesus' store a
Samaritan goes to great lengths to help an injured Jew. It \\as !he
last thing anyone would have expected. -
Jesus 'closed by asking the lawyer which man in the story was
"neighbor" to the wounded traveler. The answer was obvious: "lhe
one who showed mercy on him." By now the lesson -\as aso
obvious: "Go and do the same."
The Samaritan's act of kindness likely would have been neither
returned nor appreciated. But he did it anyway. Jesus' parable
teaches us that the "neighbor" we must love includes people w-ho
may not love us.
Most of us have little ,trouble going out of our way to do scine
act of kindness if we know we'll be rewarded for it, or if the rece i e r
is a friend. But what if we think no one will notice (Matt. 6:1 -4?
Better still, what if there's a good chance we'll be repaid with
contempt? Will we still be so ready to act? That is Jesus' challenge
to us. Rather than doing good to others in hopes of receiving gtod
from them, Christ asks me to put myself in their place. My
motivation is not to be self-interest, but love.
The apostle Paul wrote, "Owe nothing to anyone except to lbve
one another; for he who loves his neighbor has fulfilled the lawv...
Love does no wrong to a neighbor; love therefore is the fulfillment
of the law" (Romans 13:8-10). The golden rule is not a substitute
for God's specific commands, but rather a motive for obeying them.
What command has God given that is not seen more clearly when
we view it as an expression of love for others?
The ultimate example of the "golden rule" in action is Jesus
Himself. He sacrificed His sinless life to offer forgiveness of sins
to all people. And He did so knowing that most of those people
would never accept His offer. "For one will hardly die for a
righteous man; though perhaps for the good man someone would
dare even to die. But God demonstrates His own love toward us,
in that while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us" (Romnans
5:7-8).
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Among Georgia Barr's cherished
memories of her husband, Gilbert,
are scrapbooks which also hold
this community's cherished
memories. The books carefully
detail Barr's career from his first
job in his hometown of Baxter,
Tenn., to the 35 years he spent
teaching and coaching at Taylor
County High School.
Barr, who died on April 26, was
basketball coach here for 21
seasons compiling a record of 334
wins and 153 losses. During his
career, he coached only one team
to a losing record; but more
importantly, he took his 1956, '58.
and '64 squads to state
play-offs.
At his retirement party at the
school in June of 1988, Barr was
asked to recall his career
highlights., ,
Even though the answer was
overwhelming, he easily came up
with a few to share:
When his 1957 team broke
Tallahassee-Leon's 45-game home
court winning streak. "What a
game!"
When his 1964 squad defeated
the eventual state championship
team from Cedar Key although
they trailed by four points with
only six seconds remaining. How
did this happen? Barr could


By A.J. BURCH
Activity director
Summertime is officially here
and we are sizzling .in the
center...the Taylor Senior Citizens
Center, that is. We are beating the
heat and having a great time doing
that.
'We recently held a recognition
for our regular volunteers during
May--Older Americanis Month-and
it was huge! We are so thankful for
each volunteer and everything they
contribute.
We are welcoming new
volunteers daily into our center
family and are working toward ouft
goal ,of more afternoon activity
programs' to add to our growing
list.
We have a lively card group


remember every detail. In that
game, Barr related, Taylor County
was at the free throw line in the
waning seconds and made the first
of two free throws, then
intentionally missed the second
when Billy Strickland (now
deceased) rebounded and put the
ball back in. Cedar Key took a
time-out, allowing the Bulldogs to
re-group. Strickland then stole the
inbounds pass to put the ball in at
the buzzer. "What a game!"
Barr also mentioned, as a
highlight, his three players who
went to college with scholarships:
Ken Lawson, Walt Lamb Jr. and
David Stewart. But he always
refrained from spotlighting just a
few key players.
"It wasn't my style to put one
player on a pedestal over another.
I enjoyed the relationships with all
the guys who. played for me and
have fond memories of all of
them," he said diplomatically.
Barr, whose Perry team was the
only Big Bend quintet to gain a
berth in the state tournament in
1957-58, received, what was
described as "emphatic support
from his fellow coaches" and was
easily named All Big Bend "Coach
of the Year."
The scrapbooks are filled with
hundreds of newspaper clippings


meeting a couple of times a week
in the afternoon, and bridge is in
the works as well. We have pool
tables, checkers, scrabble, Bingo,
puzzles, crossword puzzle books,
Book Time with Frances,
educational programs, music
programs, health programs,
seminars and our volunteer group
is forming a friends organization.
We normally) meet the first Friday
of each month at the center
beginning at 11 a.m.
If you are willing to donate time
to the senior citizens center to offer
educational, health, music
programs, calling Bingo, donating
Bingo prizes and board games, arts
and crafts supplies, hosting 'a
movie time with refreshments,. or
something new you would d like to


Golf scramble will benefit


Taylor Elite cheerleaders

The'Taylor Elite Cheerleading squads are hosting a benefit golf scramble
at Perry Golf & Country Club to raise funds for their 2006-07 competition
season.
The scramble will be held Saturday. July 15. beginning a 8 a.m.
"Please joint bur state and national cheerleading champions bor a day of
golf and fun," organizers said. ,
Team sponsorships and hole sponsorships are available. For more
information, please contact Marvin 'Brooks at 584-4411, ext. 102, or
Shanna Lago at 584-5419.


on local games and stories which
showcase many of the young
athletes who shone during his
tenure.
It's also filled with statewide
observations from Florida Times-
Union and Tallahassee Democrat
columnists. As Bob Price of the
Times-Union suggested, "If one
has to be defeated, it might as well
be by one of the best."
Those were words of
consolation for Santa Fe, Cedar
Key and Madison High School,
Swho would have been undefeated
had it not been for Taylor County
High School's Bulldogs.
Price continued, "Gilbert Barr is
the Bulldogs' guiding hand and he
has the habit of showing up in
Gainesville for the state
tournament. It could be he's headed
that way once again...
"When Barr gave up his habitual
appearances at state basketball
tournaments, he took up habitual
appearances at the Perry Golf and.
Country Club.
On the basketball court or even
the golf course, he loved the spirit
of competition and instilled that
love in many who remember him
fondly today. "We enjoyed the
season," he is quoted as saying,
more than once, and clearly he
enjoyed all his seasons.


sizzling!

offer, please give me a call at the
center. The center is in need of a
mike stand for our audio system
and computers. An arts and crafts
instructor who can spend at least
one hour per month is very much
needed at our senior citizens
center. We would like to revitalize
the arts and crafts group" ,; '
We recognized all the gu.s at
the center June 16 for Father's
Day.
We have weekly programs
scheduled on a monthly basis as
well, and one of those I would like
to focus on is the all-important'
exercise classes held on Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays, at 9 a.m.
Class instructor is Faye lPeltier,
who has been a dedicated leader
and volunteer for the exercise
group since the beginning, and
does a super job.
Other volunteers fill in for Faye
occasionally if she cannot be there,
but the classes are held rain or
shine.
Seniors are invited and
encouraged to come out for the'
weekly exercise classes at your'
leisure
For more information about
services offered at center, please
call 584-4924. We are open
Monday though Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 .
p.m. and located at 800 West Ash
Street in Perry.


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caps summer reading program

Two fun-filled events will mark the end the Taylor showings every Tuesday from 4-6 p.m., as well as .
County Public Library's summer reading program: beginning Spanish lessons .on Mondays, from
First, Taylor County Sheriffs Office (TCSO) Deputy 9-10 a.m.
Harper Gibson and his K-9 partner Jeremiah will be at Story Time for Little People will also be held every
the library Thursday, July 6, from 3-4 p.m. Monday, beginning at 6:15 p.m. Bi-lingual pre-school
Then on Thursday, July 13, the grand finale will be story times are held on Thursdays from 10:30-11 a.m.
held at City Park featuring music from the Tacamos Knit and crochet lessons for beginners and'pros, alike
Caribbean Drums band: The free concert will start 4:30 will be held every Friday from 3-4 p.m.
p.m. For more, information about these and other library


Also on the library's July calendar are weekly film


*; li .'f l .u -' Main Street Cafe.
Mi.,4Jn r .. Taylor. County Leadership Council:
AARP: last Wed., 10 a.m. at AMVETS second and fourth Friday, 7 p.m,, Jerkins
Post #20 building (2499 Woods Creek Community Center.
Road). ng ( Vogue Xll: first Mop., 7:30 p.m. Call 584-
Rod). '244
Civil Air Patrol (CAP): second and fourth 2'04.
Mon., 7 p.m., main hangar at the Perry/Foley .'.GOVERNMENT
Airport.
Kiwanis Club: Wednesdays, noon, Airport Advisory Committee: fourth
Joyce's Main Street Cafe. Tuesday, 12 noon, Perry-Foley Airport.
MainStreet Perry: first Monday of each Chamber of Commerce: second Thurs.,
month, Perry/Taylor County Chamber of 8 a.m., chamber board room.
Commerce at noon. City Council: second and fourth Tues., at
NAACP: first Sunday, 5 p.m., at Jerkins 6:30p;m.
Community Center. County Commission: first Mon. and third
Optimist Club! Thurs., noon at Joyce's Tues. at 6 p.m., courthouse agnex. ,
Main Street Cafe. Juvenile Justice Council: third Thurs.,
Perry Garden Club: third Wednesday, 9 a.m., at Juvenile Justice Office, 1719
10 a.m., South Jefferson Street.
Perry Elks Lodge: second, third and Planning Board: first Thurs., 6 p.m.
fourth Tuesday, 8 p.m. Courthouse annex (old post office) .
Perry Lodge 123, F&AM: first and third Social Security: representatives, second
Monday nights, 7:30 p.m. Tues., 8:30 a.m. to noon, courthouse annex.
Perry Lodge #187: first and third Wed., Taylor County Construction License
7 p.m., Masonic Hall. Bard Meeting: third Fri., 2 p.m.,
Perry Masonic Lodge 123: meets first courthouse annex.
and third Monday nights, 7:30 p.m. Taylor County Development Authority:
Perry Shrine Club: fourth Thurs., second Mon., noon, at Capital City Bank.
7 p.m. (club house on Courtney Road). Taylor County School Board: first and
Perry Woman's Club: second Wed., third Tues., 7 p.m.
noon (Sept. to May; subject to change). Taylor County Soil & Water Board:
'Rotary Club: Tues., noon at Joyce's foiirth Mon., 7 p.m., Chaparral Steakhouse.


Taylor Coastal Water and Sewer: third Muskogee Creek Indian Tribe: first
Wed. at 18820 Beach,Road, 5 p.m. Saturday, Oak Hill Village on Woods Creek
Tourism Development Council: second Road.
Wed. 5 p.m., at Chamber of Commerce. National Wild Turkey Federation
(Yellow Pine Drummers): holds open
-INTERESTS monthly meeting on first Thursday, Golden
Corral, 7 p.m. Call 584-9185.
Diabetes classes every Tuesday, 2 p.m., Republican Party of Taylor County:
Doctors' Memorial Hospital. second Thursday of every month at 315 N.
FAMU Alumni Chapter: second Monday, Quincy Street.
7 p.m., Jerkins Community Center. Taylor Coastal Communities
Florida Forest Festival Board of Association: second Tuesday, 7 p.m., at
Directors: first Wednesday, 3:30 pm.,he district building on Beach Road.
Chamber of Commerce. .Call 584-TREE Taylor County Democratic Party: every
(8733). Thursday at the Chamber of Commerce.
, Girl Scouts Service Unit: first Tuesday, Taylor Adult Program (TAP): Thursdays,
7 p.m., Scout Hut. 10 a.m., 502 N. Center Street. 223-0393.
Historical Society: open Thursday Taylor County Amateur Radio Club:
afternoons, 1-5 p.m. first Monday, 7 p.m., Division of Forestry
Home Educators League of Perry office, 618 Plantation Road.
(HELP): second Thurs., 1:30. p.m., Forest T
Capital.Hall. Call 584-8553 or 584-9207. Taylor County. Habitat for Humanity,
La Leche League International: second Inc.: board meeting, second Tues., 5:30
Wed., 10:30 a.m., Taylor County Public p.m., Room 208, Capital City Bank.
Library. Taylor County Historical Society: third
Miles of Smiles Clown Alley: first Mon., 7 p.m. Historical Society building.
Thursday, 7 p.m., at 901 North Calhoun Society's museum is open every Thursday,
Street.. 1-5 p.m.
Mothers of Pre-Schoolers: first and third Taylor County Horseman's Association
Friday. Call 584-3826. Horse Show: second Sat., 10 a.m. Arena
Muskogee Creek Indian Nation: second located on Bishop Blvd.
and fourth Sat., 7 p.m. Tribal grounds, Taylor County Quilters: Tuesdays,
Lyman Hendry Road. I 10 a.m. to noon, Taylor County Public


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brary. SHARE distribution: fourth Sat., 9 a.m.,
Taylor County Reef & Research Team: at First United Methodist Church.
second Thurs., 7 p.m., Forest Capital Hall. The Way:. Christ-centered recovery
,- -- group, meets on Fridays at 7 p.m. at
SUPi': Serenity House on Hwy. 98 W., across' from
S- '" BP Station.' Open to. alcoholics, addicts,


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.
Alzheimer's Support Group for
Caregivers: every second Tuesday, at
7 p.m., First United Methodist Church.
Big Bend Hospice Advisory Council:
no scheduled meetings in the month of July;
meetings resume Aug. 22, at 1 p.m.
Cocaine Anonymous: every Saturday at
6 p.m., Serenity House, 1260 West Hampton
Springs Ave. (Hwy. 98).
Healthy Start Coalition: fourth Mon.,
9 a.m., Taylor County School District
Administrative Office Complex.
Narcotics Anonymous: every Tuesday,.
(7 p.m.) and every Saturday (noon) at St.
James Episcopal Church, 1100 West Green
. Street. Every Wednesday (noon and 8 p.m.)
and every Sunday (8 p.m.) at Serenity
House, 1260 West Hampton Springs Ave.
(Hwy. 98).


family members and friends.
S- VETERANS
AMVETS Post 20 and AMVETS Ladies
Auxiliary: third Tuesday, 7 p.m., at 2499
Woods Creek Road.'
American Legion Post #291: second
Saturday, 10 a.m.
American Legion Post #96: first
Tuesday, 7 p.m., American Legion Hall,
Center Street.
American Legion, Steinhatchee Post
291: fourth Tues. 8 p.m.
Sons of AMVETS: second Tuesday,
7 p.m., 2499 Woods Creek Road.
Sons of Confederate Veterans: fourth
Tuesday at VFW. Post on Center Street,
7 p.m. For information, please call 584-5346.
VFW Post #9225: second Tues., 7 p.m.
(American Legion building).
Anyone wishing to add a community
group to the calendar listing is
asked to ca!l (850) 584-5513 or
e-mail the information to:
newsdesk@perrynewspapers.com.


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Commission 'kill s the messenaoer


i ..ear Editor:
'---Once again the citizens of Perry
-htnessed an elected official
"killing the messenger."
Commissioner Brown did not like
:; whai he was hearing, so he
objected to the source. He
_discredited retirees and a former
C "resident. This lack of political

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t Dear Editor:
I recently read a couple of less
than accurate Letters to the Editor
concerning the Magnolia Bay
Marina & Resort project. It was
clear that those individuals are not
Z familiar with the procedures
involved in such a complex:
permitting process. I do not believe
it is. fair to your readers that
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Resource Permit (ERP) are taken
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residents of Taylor County
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best).
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maturity did not minimize
tesnmony delivered by ordinary.
people. The message was clear: at
least 800 people want a voice in
their future and that of their'
descendants.
Citizens should be aware that
their commissioners did not
research in advance the

responds to


magnolia Bay
The restoration and repair of
existing damages to the seagrass
beds %\ ill be fully addressed during
this process. When properly
planted, seagrass creation is very
possible.
The technology plus the
qualified experts on our staff far"
exceed those writers" incorrect
personal opinions. The public,
interest benefits to Taylor County
certainly outweigh the criticisms of
those few misinformed
individuals.
Chuck Olson, developer
Magnolia Bay Marina & Resort


Taco Times

Wednesday, July 5, 2006
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consequences of bringing a
pulverized coal plant to Perry.-Any
knowledge they've gained has been
after-the-fact, when concerns were
raised.
TRUE (Ta lor Residents United
for the Environment) requested the
sources of information used by
each commissioner before they
made a huge decision June 6, 2005,
to invite a pul% erized coal plant to
locate in our county. We learned
that little, if any, research w as done
before the resolution was passed.
After the resolution, Mrs.
Patterson read material I (and
others) sent her and talked with
men who worked at power plants.
After the resolution, Mr. Brown,
read internet sources, particularly
about mercury. Mr. Page talked
with. his -contacts at, Seminole
Electric (a pulverized coal plant,)
and Mr. Bethea recalled his
educational and employment
experience. Mr. Gunter 'gave our
request to the County Attorney, but.
refuses to comply with Attorney
Bishop's suggestion that he provide
a simple list.. None of our
commissioners worried that their
decision was ill informed. None of
Please see page 3


Wolf in


sheep's


clothing?

Dear Editor:
The carpetbaggers are back iii
Taylor County. As the price of real
property has gone up over the last
few years, we are seeing people
both local, and foreign born that are
more than willing to take
advantage of the elderly and those
who might not be aware of what
their:real estate is truly worth.
So watch carefully your
grandparents and elderly friends
for those trying to pose as these
people's friends.
The wolf that is at their door"
might well be wearing sheep's
,clothing.
Pay special attention to ",new"
- friends that are hanging around.
Seller beware, the buyer or leasor
might not be a true friend.
James Casselman


Dear Editor:
I read your June 21, 2006,
editorial, "We've Done Our Share
Protecting Coastal Habitats," with
a great deal of interest.
I am with you 100%. I also know
that the people in Taylor County
have done more than their share of
protecting the coastal habitats we
all treasure.


A lot of hard work has gone into
preserving as much as is humanly
possible by so many who take
pride in our coastline.
I am not at all surprised about the
St. Petersburg Times editorial
mentioned in your "response"
editorial. I am not surprised at
anything that this newspaper
writes, or the far-left stands they


take, along with the far-out Tampa
Tribune.
What would be surprising would
be to get any kind of apology from
them. But stranger things have
happened.
Thank you for writing this and
for the stand taken.
Sincerely,
A. J. Burch


Midweek Muddle


For three of my college summers, I
worked, in the parks and recreation
department of my fair city in South
Alabama.
"It's a good opportunity to make some
money," my father assured me.
"I think you'll like it," my mother chimed
in, and I didn't disagree.
My employer handed out bright orange
shirts--three sizes too big--for me and the
other workers to wear with white shorts.
Emblazoned on the front of each was the
verv official title of Parks and Recreation
Staff.
"Youi will assist with tennis, three
mornings of the week," said the director, a
coach-like human being with unusually
short arms which made his waddle look like
that of an action figure wrestler.
I winced and tried to be polite, "I'm afraid
I don't know enough about tennis to assist;
I can barely play."
"Oh that doesn't matter," he said quickly.
"Mrs. Norman is a very capable teacher. She
just needs someone to help with class
control, handing out equipment, and so
forth."
"Oh okay," I said, knowing that it was,
important to be pleasant, cooperative and
willing.
"On Tuesdays and Thursdays, you'll lead a
pre-school class in the morning," he
continued, "and that's easy. Just eight or 10
youngsters for activities. Four days out of
the week, you'll do arts and crafts classes in
the afternoon for two different age groups,
and then help with answering the telephone,
setting up for reunions, and so forth."
My eyes were rolling back in my head.
"Mary Lucy will help: you with your plans,"
he assured me.
Mary Lucy was the calm and confident
receptionist whom I immediately identified
as qualified to run the department without
anybody else, including the man who hired
me.
For my first day at the job, I donned my
orange shirt with an adorable pair of white
culottes and hit the tennis courts with Mrs.
Norman who just happened to be an
alcoholic and was hung over for the
occasion.
"I'm not feeling so well," she said. "Why
don't you start off the class?"
"Mrs. Norman," I said in pure shock, "I
don't know anything about playing tennis,"
and I suddenly reminded myself of Prissy
and birthing babies on Gone With The Wind.
"Just divide them in groups and have
them volley against the wall," she said,
wiping her forehead as she sweated
profusely.
I did as she asked. She barked orders
from her chair, and took generous chugs of
something from her thermos. We volleyed
and volleyed, until she got up to
demonstrate serving.
She whispered to me, "Just stand behind
me and help me stable myself, okay?"
When parental cars arrived to collect
children, a long 60 minutes later, Mrs.
Norman grabbed her tennis towel, racket
and cooler, and headed back to the staff
office, some 500 feet away, by car.
"If you need to make several trips to bring
back the balls and other equipment, that's
okay," she said to me, out her car window.
-Twice I walked up that hill, lugging
equipment.
Thirty minutes later, I was hot and tired,
hot and mad.
I went immediately to Mary Lucy and said
in a shout of a whisper, "She's drunk!"
She looked at me kindly, as I studied her
peaches-and-cream complexion and
cropped strawberry blonde hair. Softly she
said, "She's always drunk."
Happy summer to me.
We had a couple of hours to prepare for
arts and crafts classes, which required us to
soak corn husks in glycerine for the making
of cornhusk dolls.


t don't you want to do,
he rest of the your life?

By SUSAN H. LINCOLN

"She's a good tennis teacher; she just has
a drinking problem," Mary Lucy said as we
husked.
"Every day?" I asked.
"Nearly," she said, with a knowing chuckle.
And that was a close estimate. For three
months, I propped up that "very capable"
tennis teacher so she could teach young
things how to volley and serve, keep score
and win.
And I just kept thinking about what my
father said, "...it's a good opportunity to
make some money...."
.In arts and 'crafts, we moved from
cornhusk dolls to making candles. We
ruined three of Mary Lucy's best boilers in
that quest, but made wonderful candles for
half the county. We did decoupage, plaster
art and anything else you can think of which
creates a tremendous mess.
As we scraped plaster and wax off the
linoleum floor, she said, "Maybe your pre-
school classes will be easy," but she rolled
-her. eyes ina.vw.ay.bfich did not. hode-well
for me.,
At first, pre-schoolers are quiet and shy.
Twenty minutes later, the mothers were
long gone, and the pre-schoolers were
completely comfortable and very loud. You
simply can't plan too much for that 90
minutes when three-minute attention spans
are the norm, not the exception.
I shall never forget the boy student, who
dazzled me with his artistic ability as we
painted. It was fingerpainting, and most of
the children had created unrecognizable
things of which they were very proud.
There were abstract flowers, and blobs they
called their dog or their mother. I bragged
brazenly.
But this young man had obviously painted
me: in an orange shirt with green
eyeshadow (yes, I fear it was an: accurate
portrayal). "Wow, that's really good," I said
to him, patting him on the back. It was, so
unusual to actually recognize the painting,
that I was overcome with joy. So I ventured
to ask, "What are these black and .gray
shapes behind me?"
"Those are the tombstones where we're all
gonna be buried."
You could have knocked me. down with a
feather.
I said nothing, but looked at him for a
reaction. He, had none.
"Who, all, who?" I asked, like a confused
owl .
"Everybody in this class," he said. "Prob'ly
soon."
I looked at him and then at the' other
children. In true pre-school teacher form, I
said, "Let's sing!" and I grabbed the Disney
musical. collection where we made a circle
and belted out a few favorites.
It was a quiet evening at the dinner table.
"So how's your job going?" my mother
asked, as if it was a "Father Knows Best"
episode.
"It's a good opportunity for me to make
some money," I said dutifully, thinking that
if I repeated that statement long enough, it
would propel me forward.
Soon after that, they put me in charge of
the recreation' department's entry in the
Fourth of July parade. Our youngsters
pulled highly decorated wagons and
bicycles decorated in red-white-and-blue
around the Courthouse Square.
"I won't be back next year," I declared to
my mother, off to the side in the crowd, as I
sweated profusely.
But the following year, I was back.
And the year after that.
Repeat after me: it's a good opportunity
for me to make some money.
But you .know what? It's an even better
opportunity to find out what you don't want
to do for the rest of your life.
So get a summer job, any job. It's better
than getting the wrong one, for the whole
year.
And when all else fails, "Let's sing!"






B-3 Taco Times July 5, 2006


Legge receives scholarship fror
Shannon Michele Legge was scholarship to North Florida The scholarship was presented to
recently awarded a nursing Community College. Legge at the annual awards

Letters to the Editor

'Step up and put honesty back in place'


Dear Editor:
I wish that I was a gifted speaker,
so that I could get your interest and
hold it for long enough to excite
you to action.
Our great country has fallen into
the "ho hums," the let Joe or Bill do
it because you. don't want to take
the time or effort to do what is
necessary to regain control of your
government.
The days of our government
being "of the people, by the people,
for the people" are gone until you
and I step up and take over and put


honesty back in place. All of our
elected officials--local, county,
state and federal--seem to have
their hands out saying, "What's in it
for me?" We need some young
people to step up and take over for
those of us who have grown old,
tired, sick and weary from carrying
the load and fighting for our great
country.
We have go to stop building and
destroying the environment. South
Florida is already out of water.
That is the reason they are trying to
,buy or steal ours. They want to


over-build our area just as they
have over-built theirs. Now they
want to build a coal-fired electrical
plant here because we have water.
A money hungry. rich
doctor/developer wants to make
our pristine coastline into another
Naples.
I remember when Naples was
like our coast. We must find a way
to stop the destroying of our
environment and the further
pollution of our county.
Sam H. Duckworth
Msgt. USAF Retired


Government 'representing without protecting'
COMMISSION this season, ask them about their demean them for having valid
Continued from page B-2 belief in the democratic process. If concerns. Our local government is
they think you are smart enough to providing representation without
them worried about the health of vote for them, do they think you protection.


our children or our planet.
The world around-us is noticing
the dangers of global warming and
dependence on fossil fuel.. Climate
change and health concerns related
to pulverized coal plants are
becoming well known. Other
states and communities are making
sure they do not contribute to a
growing problem. Here in Perry,
we are told that construction jobs,
and heavy industry -are more
important than the health of our
children or the future of our planet..
When politicians come calling


are smart enough to vote on how
your land is used? How will they
make big decisions like a
pulverized coal plant? Will they
look only at the money and not at
preserving resources? Will they
:,.direct the TCDA to develop and
recruit safe, good paying jobs' that
preserve our health and our world?
' Will they let a small group of local
.business people tell them what to
,-do, or will they ask you, their
constituents?,
Government has a responsibility
to look out for the people, not


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ceremony at Taylor County High
School. She was also presented a
certificate by the Doctors'
Memorial Hospital Auxiliary at its
monthly meeting.
This scholarship, given by the
DMH Auxiliary, provides one high
school graduate each year with
financial assistance up to $1200 to
assist with expenses involved in
nursing education.

City's gas

tax sparks

objections

Dear Editor:
I am against the 10 percent raise
in natural gas prices by the City of
Perry. I have been out of town and
did not know anything about it
until I read that prices would go up
effective July 1.
If you consider the past two or
three years, we have had massive
increases in natural gas prices. As
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Shannon Michele Legge (right) was recently presented with a
nursing scholarship. Shown with Legge is Peter Nervina,
president of Doctors' Memorial Hospital Auxiliary.


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B-4 The Taco Times Juy5, 2006


Small ads...big deals!!


The monthly Sons of '-AMVETS
Community Yard Sale will be this
Saturday, July 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 also welcome.
2499 Woods Creek Rd. To reserve a
space, call Mark Viola at 584-5513 or 584-
8807 (after 5 p.m.).
7/5-7SA

AMVETS Post 20 Benevolent Fund Bake
Sale, Saturday, July 8, at the AMVETS
Post Home. Any donation gets free "Give
a Vet a Hand" cookies.
7/5-7
Big Moving Sale! Friday and Saturday,
504 Judson Drive (Quail. Point, Puckett
Rd) Kids, babies, women's clothing,
exercise equipment, 'metal roofing,
building supplies, toys, nick-nacks,
granite & marble tile. pots, etc.
7/5-7/7




FIELD CORN FOR SALE!!
$1.75 dozen I pick
$1.00 dozen you pick ;;:
$3.00 dozen picked, shucked and s4 led
Call .838-2986 leave message if no
answer.
6/30-7/5

Manitowac Ice Dispenser free standing
great for Hotels & Cafeteria Holds 235 Lbs.
Ice. Stainless steel from MnQPA 310,
$500. Call 850-584-6591 or 672-1232
6/7tfnHJA
McCall Corn up riqht f[reezer/coofer Allum
finish, free sian.ainq M#702DF $500 Call
850-584-6591 or 672.1232
6/7tfnHJA
Troy Bilt Horse Garden Tiller lessthan 50
hrs. run-time, 8 HP motor, elec. start w/new
battery all attm. & bumper M#12090, $850.
Call 850-584-6591 or 672-1232
6/7tfnHJA
FOR SALE '05' Kazuma 150 cc; green,
auto reverse & shift w/reverse. Asking
$1,000. 2 Cockatiels with Ig. cage. Lots of
toys and big playland. Cage is 30x18x36.
asking $300. Call 223-1053 iavee
message.


OJympic see *weirt bench .v.ih leg
extension, 400 lbs ol olympic weights
w/curl bars and stand $350 29 gallon lish
tank w/stand, pump and accessories $100,
Reese hitch, fits 200..5 model Chevy
trucks w/all allachments and wiring
harness $100.2 2" inle and outlet Cherry
Bomb glass pad's s in r, ihe bo' 140
Call 838-9310
ACtfn
Music Lessons Poducer,' Guitarisi now
available for guitar, bass & vice students
Beginners welcome :ail Josh Noland
850-584-5975
6/14-7/7
Start your own Beauty Shop' i have 2
booth units with sinks and mirrors
included. Excellent condition music see'
Call 584-4500. ."
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2 city lots behind PIZZA HUT, on
Magnolia street large live oak fenced with
well, ready for your home. excellent buy!
$65,000. Call Jason Heansfield ', 850
843-0503. Nature Coast Inc.
6/30tfnJH
2800 SF 4 BR/2 Btr home on 1 8 ac. off
Paul Pappell Rd w/enclosed patio,,
beautiful sunroom large attic storage,
fenced nr backyard witn iriground pool.
great neighborhood! Excellent buyl
250,000 Call Jason Hearisield @ 850-
843-0503. Nature Coast Inc.
6/30tfnJH \

Land for sale, 221 between Shildh 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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Three acres w/2002 DWMH 3BR/2 Bth,
covered patio and carport. Beautifully
landscaped w/16x32 swimming pool with
deck. Serious Inquiries. Call for appt. to
see this beautiful home. Close to new
hospital. Additional land available.
$165,000. 850-584-5832.
6/23-7/19

FSBO 3 bed/1 1/2bth, 2 fireplace, plus a 1
bed/1lbth efficiency above the garage.
$79,900 will consider contract for deed.
850-768-0420 or e-mail
flytoyou@earthlink.net
6/23-7/5
THE FORESTRY COMPANY
Licensed Real Estate Broker
Perry Office: 502 W. Green St./Perry, FL
32347/office 850-584-8887
Land For Sale
Leon Co. 150 Acces MOL in Southeast
Leon County on Natural Bridge Road
surrounded by thousands of acres of St.
Joe land. Excellent hunting in a very
natural setting. Offered at $6,000 per acre.
Franklin Co. St.. George Island bay-front
home. Watch the sunsets or go boating
from this beautiful bay-front home on St.
George Island. Newly remodeled. Estate
: sale. $885,000.
Taylor Co ,9 acre MOL vacant wooded.
home-site lot in Perry $18,000.
Taylor Co. 30 acres for sale @ Lake Bird.
Multiple ages of planted pines. County
graded road frontage. $5,000/ acre.
Broker/Owner
Suwannee Co. 109 acres MOL 100%
planted in 14 year old Pine trees. Plenty of-
county grade frontage, 95% high and dry,
perfect for 10 acre lot subdivision! Offered
at $11,000. per acre.
Madison Co. 51.5 MOL acres of beautiful
timber land! Just off CR 255 only four
miles south of 1-10, offered at $5,500 per
acre.
S6/14.7/7TFC
Presently rented 3 bedroom rental home
$25,000. Buyer pays closing cost. 584-
9107.
7/5-7/14


Newly remodeled office Suites available
for lease' electric water gas and trash
removal included only $260 monthly Call .,
Sele,:t OGrup Realty 850 58.4.--,401 .
6,21riniGR

WOODRIDGE APARTMENTS!!


1 2 and 3 BR HC and Nc:.n-HC accessible
apartments. HUD vouchers considered.
Eauai Opportunity. Office hours are 8:00-
5.00 Mon-Thurs. Call 850-584-5668. 709
W. Church St., Perry, FL 32348. TDD 711.
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SouthernVillas of Perry!!
New Management!!
HUD Vouchers accepted. I and 2 bedroom
HC and non-HC accessible apartments.'
Call 850-584-8111. TDD/TTY 711. 315
-Puckett- Rd. Perry, FL 32347. Equal
Housing Opportunity.
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Houskeeping Positions we-are currently
accepting applications for' part time
positions (day shift and evening shift).
Only persons' with positive work
references and excellent attendance
record need apply. Contact Bobby
SRoberts, Lafayette Health Care Center,
512W. Main St., Mayo, FL. .
6/28-7/7LHC
Muscians Do you like to play music?" If
you do I am the one to seel I need bass
player, rythem player, and drummer,
Country & Old time rock and roll. If
interested Call (850)578-2606. Perry,
Keaton Beach, FL.
6/28-7/14

HELP WANTED Badcock Home
Furniture and More, Warehouse Delivery
person. Good license and must be 21.
6/21tfnBC


Need experienced Tandem Dump Truck
Driver, CDL & Clean driving record a must.
Call 386-590-0785.
6/30-7/7
TAYLOR COUNTY BCC POSITION
VACANCIES
Custodian -15 hrs./week $6.49 hr. This is
moderately heavy manual work in routine
housekeeping and domestic tasks in
Forest Capitol Hall. Entire job description
and application can be obtained from
www.tcfl-libinfo.com or Taylor Employment
Connections, 1702 S. Jefferson Street.
Position open until filled. Taylor County is
an EOE/VP/DT background check
employer.
6/28tfnBCC


Drivers:
Owner Operators-
77.5% of Revenue
Plus Fuel Surcharge!
No Charge Backs!!
Benefits Avail!
Centurion Auto Transport
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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



C.N.A. Looking for a stable work
environment? WOuld you like to work in a
smaller setting where people get to know
one another? If you have good references
with an excellent attendance history
(others need not apply) contact Jennifer
Richardson about our current opening for a
full time day shift position. We are also
seeking part time persons for 6 am -2 pm
and 10 pm 6 am. Lafayette Health Care
Center, 512 W. Main St., Mayo, FL 386-
294-3300.
6/28-7/7LHC


Taylor County BCC Position Vacancy
Planner $ 34,777 39,145 + benefits
This is a responsible, highly visible
position requiring supervisory, political
sensitivity, problem solving, consensus
building skills with ability to make land
use and comprehensive planning
recommendations. Min., qualifications:
Graduation from accredited college 9r
university w/ major course work in urban &
regional planning or a closelytrelated field
and 2 years of professional planning
experience. Entire job description and
requirements can be viewed at www.tcfl-
libinfo.com or
Taylor Employment Connections.
Applications are accepted at Taylor
Employment Connections, 1702 S.
Jefferson Street, Perry, FL. 32347. Taylor.
County is an EOE/VP/Drug
Testing/Background Check Employer.
Position open until filled.
6/21tfBCC


Madefesh.


Join the Management Team.at Sonic

Drive-In, and success could come quickly


Sonic Drive-In Restaurant will soon be opening in
Perry, FL. Starting salary is negotiable based on
experience. The average manager salary for our
group in this area was $57,000 in 2005.
'TIA;.i uSIU 1 .O i .i ll 1 M ,u :. !

As a manager, you will receive:

* A base salary plus monthly bonuses

. A comprehensive medical benefits program

* An extensive "hands-on" training program

. A fun and friendly atmosphere


Do you have energy, enthusiasm, and a track record of sales
growth, creative marketing and employee development?
Now is the time to get you career going.

%- WiPlease fax your resume to:
.SONI 901-234-3894

America's For further information you may call:
Drive-i. 580-821-2961
EOE/ADA

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Driver Dedicated Regional
*Guaranteed*
Home EVERY Wkend
Avg. $825 $1025/wk
S65% preloaded/ pretarped
Jacksonville, FL Terminal
".- CDL-A req'd 877-428-5627
www.ctdrivers.com
7/5
Experiencd convenient store clerk needed.
Call Ware Oil at 584-6666 or fax resume to
584-6339. Ware Oil is an equal opportunity
employer of drug free workplaces.
7/5-7/14
C.N.A Smaller, modern skilled nursing
center. PTO system.. Nice work,
atmosphere. Seeking persons, with
excellent work history and attendance
'record. Full time 10 pm to 6 am position.
Also, variable schedule position with
primary day shift hours. Contact Jennifer
Richardson. Lafayette Health Care Center,
512W, Main St., Mayo, FL
7/5-7/14NC


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Clinic:
Receptionist, Float PRN

Emergency Medical Services:
Flight Paramedic, PRN
Paramedic, PRN
Emergency Medical Tech, Full-Time
Imaging Services:
Nuclear Medicine Tech, PRN
'Echo Cardiographer, PRN
.Ultrasound Tech, PRN
Drug Free Workplace Equal Opportunity Employe


LOOKING FOR

INNOVATIVE FLEXIBLE

HOURS...

Need more time with family ?

Want to return to school? Just ? ? ? ? ?


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Lab:
Medical Lab Tech, Full-Time

Med-Surq:
Registered Nurse, Full-Time, 7A and 7P
Registered Nurse, PRN
Licensed Practical Nurse, PRN
Certified Nursing Assistant, PRN 7P
Health Unit Coordinator, PRN
Security:
Security Officer, PRN
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Fabrication and Construction Inc.
P.O. Box 168
Murrayville, Georgia 30564
Accepting Applications for the following
craft:
Pipe fitters, Welders, Millwrights,
Superintendent. Pay scale based on
experience. Growing Company located in
North Georgia. Great Pay and Benefits!
Please contact us: Phone-in 770-536-
5959 or fax in 770-536-5991 your resume.

Taylor County BCC Position
Vacancy
Road maintenance Technician Min.
Qualifications: Possession of valid
Florida CDL license Class B (or must
obtain within three months of hire date) and
a good driving record. Preferably a high
school diploma or GED. Must posses
sufficient physical strength and agility to
perform heavy manual labor. Must be able
to operate hand tools, small power equip.
.and other equip. related to maintenance of
highway right-of-way.
Salary $8.04/hr + benefits. Entire job
description and requirements can be
viewed at www.tcfl-libinfo.com or.Taylor
Employment Connections. Applications
are accepted at Taylor. Employment
Connections, 1702 S. Jefferson Street,
Perry, FL 32347. Taylor County is an
EOE/VP/Drug Testing/Background Check
Employer. Position open until filled.
6/21tfBCC

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 843-
1162.
5/31-7/7




1974 Ford Flip-front end, long wheel base,
302 w/4 spd. 3/4 ton rear end $1500 OBO
Call Buck @843-8085 or 584-5784.
6/28-7/5

(4) 285/16 Buckshot
mudgrip tires,, very good shape $250
Bed mat for 2004 Chevreolet truck $50'
Tool Box for full size truck $125
584-2871





2 male Maltese puppy's $600 a piece. Call
584-2883.
6/28tfnWFS
Chihuahua puppies AKC. Reg. males-
$250, females-$300 very cute, 6 weeks
.old. Call 584-8618.
6/7tfnBW
Low Cost Pet Vaccinations!
Saturday, 7/8 at Country Time Feed in
Perry. Dog, Cat and horse vaccination
specials. Heart worm test & Coggins.
Heart worm and flea prevention available.
Pick up your flyer today at Country Time
Feed.
7/5-7


LOOKING FOR UNWANTED
APPLIANCES:
Refrigerators, Washers, Dryers,
Windows, AC Units, Working or
Non-working. Give me a call and ;
I'll pick it up! Call 843-0356.




Quick Delivery Service Specializing in
Small Moves. Call for a free estimate. 386-
719-5478(home)'or 386-344-0641 (cell) 156
- SE Mountaintop Glen Lake City FL 32025.
6/14-7/7
J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.
Licensed and insured. Free estimates. We
also grind stumps. Call today 838-1280.
Firewood for sale.
tfJD
Palm Trees Done Professionally! 20 year
experience, stump grinding, tree trimming,
Licensed & Insured. Call John at 850-672-
0290
A 2 Z Farm and Lawn Services
Harrowing, bush hog mowing, dirt leveling,
rake work and complete lawn services.
Tree trimming/ removal, dump truck
services. Call 584-6737.
4/12tfn ,


Classifieds work! Give it a try...584-5513




Pritchett Trucking, Inc.

Experienced CLS "A"
Drivers Needed
'A for local van trailer operation
(in Cross City & Perry)

$1,000 Sign-on Bonus Local runs $575 $675 Home nights
Health/Life Insurance Available 401 K Paid Vacation
Weekly Performance Bonus $500 Quarterly Safety/Performance Bonus
DOT Insp & Referral Bonus
Call 1-800-808-3052"


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HURRICANE SEASON IS HERE!!!
TREE REMOVAL, STUMP GRINDING
Free Estimates, Bucket Truck Available,
branches trimmed. Licensed & Insured.
Call John (Sesock), (850) 584-2027 or
(850) 591-8301.
5/19-6/30

CARPET & VINYL
Installation and repairs done at a good
price. No overhead. Direct savings to you.
30 years experience. 850-838-9050
Please leave message.
01/04tfnBR

LLC, Jeff Wilson Tile installation, Tile
repair, re-grout, concrete coating. Call 838-
5929
5/5tfnJW

Brenda & Teena's House Cleaning & Lawn
Mowing. Residential & Business. For
Free Estimate call 850-223-2477.
6/2-7/26
Whole Sale Transmissions used & rebuilt.
I also buy old transmissions for Cores.
850-843-2904, or 850-584-3193.
3/BtfnRS

The Handyman experts LLC, honest work!
Affordable, professional, 'licensed and
insured. Specializing in house painting,
interior, etc., mobile home repairs, home
maintenance, pressure washing (wood and
concrete) carpet, vinyl, wood floor, ceramic
tile, and repairs. Call 584-2270 (home) or
584-3776 (office). 25 years.
tfJM
STUMP GRINDING
AND
PRESSURE WASHING.
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In the Circuit Court, Third Judicial Circuit,
in and for Taylor CounTy, Flordo
Case No. 06-384-CA
inez G. Crews, individually, and as
Trustee of The Inez G Crews Trust,
Plaintiffs,
vs
Robert Roy Schultze and Naomi B
Schultze, his wife,
Defendants.
Notice of Action
TO Robert Roy Schultze
1800 Beach Drive, Room 1829
Gulfport, MS 39507
and: Naomi B. Schultze
1800 Beach Drive, Room 1829
S Gulfport, MS 39507
.-j .ore notified that an action TO
compel satisfaction and release of a
mortgage on the following property
and personal property in Taylor County,
Florida:
Lots 5 and 6 of Block 41 of Stelinhatchee
Subdivision as per plat on record In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Taylor County, Florida. Together with 1979
Rega Mobile Home, 64 ft., ID
#3R64RC39100
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on Gregory S,
Porker, the plaintiff's attorney, whose
.address is Post Office Drawer 509, Perry,
FL 32348, on or before July 21, 2006, and
file the original with the clerk of this court
either before service on the plaintiff's
attorney or immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in
,the complaint or petition.
Dated on June 14, 2006,
Annie Mae Murphy
As Clerk of the Court
By Marti Lavalle
As Deputy Clerk
6/21. 6/28, 7/7, 7/14

In the Circuit Court, Third
Judicial Circuit, In and For Taylor County,
Florida
,Case No. 06-030-CA
Thomas Andrew Jackson, Ill, as Trustee
'for "The Thomas Andrew Jackson Trust"
Plaintiff
vs.
Gordon Walsh and Lisa Walsh,
Defendants
Clerk's Notice of Sale Under F.S Chooter
'45
Notice is given that, in accordance with


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The default final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated June 23, 2006, in the
above-styled cause. I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash at the
front steps of the courthouse in Taylor
County in Perry, Florida, 32347 at 11:00
a.m on July 25, 2006, the following
property'
Parcel No.:02305-000
Beginning at the Southeast Corner of the
Southeast Quarter of Northwest Quarter
of Section 10, Township 4 South, Range 7
East, Thence run North on forty line a
distance of 492 feet, thence run in a
southeasterly direction along the East
right of way of soid graded road to the
south forty line of said SE 1/4 of NW 1/4,
thence run East 180 feet, to the point of
beginning, containing 4 acres more or
less,
Dated: June 29, 2006
Annie Moe Murphy
As Clerk of the Court
By Kelli V. Stroud
Deputy Clerk
7/5, 7/12

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that TAYLOR
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS the holder of
the following certificate has filed said
certificate for a tax deed to be Issued
thereon. The certificate number and
year of Issuance, the description of the
property, and the names In which it was
assessed are follows:
Certificate No. 288
Year of Issuance: 1999
Description of Property: PARCEL No.
R4335-000 '
LOT 6 BLOCK 8 of A B MCRAE ADDITION
to the Town of Perry, Florida, according
to the map or'plot of said Addition on
record in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court, Taylor County, Florida
Name in which assessed SALLIE MAE
BROWN
Said property being in the County of
Taylor, State of Florida.
Unless such certificate shall be
redeemed according to law, the
property described Is such certificate
shall be sold to the highest bidder at the
courthouse door on the 31st day of July,
2006 at 11:00 o'clock a.m. ,
Dated this 26th day of June, 2006.
Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of Circuit Court
Taylor, County, Florida
6/28, 7/5,12,19

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
,'i._'f, i" i -, .GIVEN, that TAYLOR
COUNTY Con rl hP.r lEP it-, l-,.-.der of
II-.'- ill.: ,,, .:;-i ,r,r' r.O l re said
-.Tir,:or- i.-:. a tax deed to be issued
thereon. .The certificate number and
year of issuance, the description of the
property, and the names in which it was
assessed are follows:
Certificate No. 257
Year of Issuance: 1999
Description of Property: PARCEL No.
R04064-000
LOTS 1, 2, 3, and 4 BLOCK 2, BLAIR &
HINLEY ADDITION, SECTION 24,
TOWNSHIP 4 RANGE 7 EAST, PERRY,
TAYLOR 'COUNTY FLORIDA
Name in which assessed S C EVANS
Said .property being in the County of
Taylor, State of Florida.
Unless such. certificate shall be
redeemed according to law, the
property described is such certificate
shall be sold to the highest bidder at the
courthouse door on the 31st day of July,
2006 at 11:00 o'clock a.m.
Dated this 26th day of June, 2006.
Annie Mae.Murphy
Clerk of Circuit Court
Taylor, County, Florida
6/28, 7/5,12,19

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that TAYLOR
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS the holder of
the following certificate has filed said
certificate for a tax deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate number'ahd
year of issuance, the description of the
property, and the names in which it was
assessed are follows:
Certificate No. 328
Year of Issuance: 1999
Description of Property: PARCEL No.
R4926-000.
LOT 23 OF BLOCK 57, IN WEST BROOKLYN
a subdivision to Town of Perry, a map or
lat of which is of record in the office of


the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Taylor
County, Florida.
Name in which assessed JOE LYONS
Said property being in the County of
Taylor, State of Florida.
Unless such certificate shall be
redeemed according to law, the
property described is such certificate
shall be ,-:, r.- r, r..r r.e-.:t.bidder at the
courthouse door on the 31st day of July,
2006 at 11:00 o'clock a.m.
Dated this 26th day of June. 2006.
Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of Circuit Court
Taylor, County, Florida
6/28, 7/5,12.19

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that TAYLOR
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS the holder of-
the following tii,:oi,- ho: filj sal
certificate for T-. .ee 3 T: be it:uea e
thereon. The ,-esri:,i.-re numjc.r anr
year of issuance mie --.,:iic.rrn .0 mei
property, .:r,. r- e r rrame: ir .*-,n,cr i as
assessed : .r .. .ii
Certificate No. 175 -.
Year of Issuance: 1999
Description of Property: PARCEL No.
PI'25?? C000
Pe.ir, or ire Northeast Corner o- rne r
Northwest: Quarter of, the Sourh..sr
Quarter c1 'r.:r,:., ii r.-..,nsrp J South,
Range 7 E ier,re.- un '.e.r 8 feet,
i r..:e 'jr 'iourn I '. leer inence run
Eo.r I eI ri re ir nce run flonr, I'5 i-ei
Ir.. in-e c.-.,r .Ii Ce.. ,I r,, ".
lJorn-,e n ...rcn '.3;.e;':e. A 8 FLO'AEi'
iEi.At. ,' :, r.'.:.rrn.3 .1i C'annor, .
:iJ 1."oo-.-'', be.irna ,r, rhe County'of ,
Taylor, State of Florida. :' .
Unless such certificate shall be
redeemed according to law, the
property described is such certificate
,r,ii t- :- I.:1 -i r,., ie higre-i ',Cr.idaer .at the.
.:,"i:,u r,.-._j,'e ,.:.oi on ine ".i r oy ..I July, .
.100,:. a,31 I i :I00 cic a 3 m
DCarei rn., s:.in ca, cf June 2006
,-r,,re r.a.3e f.ljrc.n,
Clerk ;.r C ":. aI '.uI 'T
Taylor, County, Forida
6/28, 7/5,12,19 -

NOTICE OF APPLIC A lOti FORP TAXDEED
NOTICE IS HEPE', Givtll rat i.LO1?
COUNTY COM'OSiOrjEPS mte holder of
the following certificate has filed said
certificate for a tax deed to be Issued
thereon. The certificate number and
year of Issuance, the description of the
property, and the names in which it was
assessed are follows;
Certificate No. 304 %
Year of Issuance: 1999
Description of Property: PARCEL No.
R04692-000 -
LOT 4 of BLOCK,"A", of DREAMLAND
SUBDIVISION, a Subdivision of Section 25,
Township 4 South, Range 7 East.
Name in which assessed SALTER J. &
CORA L BARTEE
Soi .pr.:.peri' Oe.rg in Ine County of
la ,, irao e oi Fioiir'a
Linie;:. s'j, ceirilicale shall b
redeemed according to la.... the
ic.r.:.,c.-rt* .jesci;bed i; sucr, .erlticat. :
:r,,ii ;..,+1. rc Tne nignest Oidder ar ihe '
,.:u h u ,riure dC,'i or, rir 31isr joy of July.
2ijO.. -at ii 00 c cIioc a n'i
. Trei3 ri 26.rn aov o .3une. 2006
4r,nie lrai a lurp '
Clerk of Circuit Court
Taylor, Counrt Fior.ao
6/28, ':5 Q2 19 .


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PURSUANT
TO FLORIDA STATUTE 125.37)
Notice is hereby given to the public
pursuant to Chapter 125.37 of the F orida
Statutes -that the Board of County
Commissioners of Taylor Counv., Intends
to exchange the following described
real prooeil' locoiea in Sreinrarcnee
Taylor Counr'. Fioirida, t,. wit
Begin or me iourreost coiner o fSect on
24, Township 9 South, Range 9 East,
Taylor County, Florida for the Point of.
Commencement; :Thence North, 01
degree., 01 minutes. 00 seconds East
425 57, feet ro the fNormn ignt-o-way line
oi Second A .'enue Norm as recorded
on he pliat of the Steinhotchee
Subdi.'rilon a: recorded in Plat Book 1,
page 2, of rne Public Recoris of Taylor
County Flonia thence run West along'
the Nonnrm rghr..o../way line 2125-J6 feet.
Thence rjn flc.rth 1119 57' leer tao a oir
on -a Cul ae.Sac to The POINT OF


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B-5 The Taco Times July 5, 2006





BEGINNING, said Cut-de-Soc having a County, Florida; Thence run West along
radius of 45.00 feet, Thence continue the North right-of-way line 2125.46 feet
North 67.08 feet to a second point on Thence run North 1119.57 feet to a poin
said Cul-de-Sac; Thence run to the left on a Cul-de-Sac to the POINT 01
along the arc of said Cul-de-Sac on arc BEGINNING, said Cul-de-Sac having
length of 75.70 feet, through a central radius of 45.00 feet, Thence continue
angle of 96 degrees, 22 minutes, 46 North 67.08 feet to a second point or
seconds to the Point of Beginning. said Cul-de-Sac; Thence run to the lef
Containing 696.93 square feet more or along the arc of said Cul-de-Sac an ar
less. length of 75.70 feet, through a central
Begin at the Southeast corner of Section angle of 96 degrees, 22 minutes, 4i
.24. Township 9 South, Range 9 East. seconds to the Point -of Beginning
Taylor County, Florida for the Point of Containing 696.93 square feet more o
Commencement; Thence North 01 less. Begin at the Southeast corner o
degrees. 01 minutes, 00 seconds East, Section 24, Township 9 South, Range.5
425.57 feet to the North right-of-way line East, Taylor County, Florida for the Poin
of Second Avenue North as recorded of Commencement; Thence North 0
on the plot of the Steinhotchee degrees, 01 minutes, 00 seconds East
Subdivision as recorded in Plat Book 1, 425.57 feet to the North right-of-way line
page 26, of the Public Records of Taylor of Second Avenue North as record.
County, Florida; Thence run West along on the plat of the SteinhatcheE
the North right-of-way line 1443.46 feet; Subdivision as recorded In Plat Book I
Thence run North 873.11 feet; Thence page 26, of the Public Records of Taylc
run West 622 feet; Thence run North County, Florida; Thence run West aloni
246.45 feet to a point on a Cul-de-Sac the North right-of-way line 1443.46 fee'
to thePOINT OF BEGINNING, said Cul-de- Thence run North 873.11 feet; Thenci
Sac having a radius of 45.00 feet, run West 622 feet; Thence run NortI
Thence continue North 67.08 feet to a 246.45 feet to a point on a Cul-de-Saq
second point on said Cul-de-Sac; to the POINT OF BEGINNING, said Cul-de
Thence run to the right along the arc of Sac having a radius of 45.00 feet
said Cul-de-Sac an arc length of 75.70 Thence continue North 67.08 feet to
feet, through a central angle of 96 second point on said .Cul-de-Sac
degrees, 22 minutes, 46 seconds to the Thence run to the right along the arc c
point of beginning. Containing 696.93 said Cul-de-Sac an arc length of 75.71
square feet more or less. feet, through ao central angle of 9
Saiold property to be exchanged by degrees, 22 minutes. 46 seconds to thi
Taylor County Is not needed for County point of beginning. Containing 696.9
purposes, and such property square feet more or less.
exchanged is in the best Interest of A copy of the petition is available to th;
Taylor County, Florida. This property Is to public at the Planning Department c
be exchanged for the following Taylor County during regular business
described property in Stelnhatchee, hours
Florida, which the County needs. Said Notice is also given pursuant to Florid'
property is described as follows: Statute 286.105, that any person
A Part of That Certain Property deciding to appeal any matte
Described At Official Record Book 446, considered at this pubic hearing wl
Page 752, SAID PART BEING MORE need a record of the meeting and ma
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: need to ensure that a verbatim record'
Begin at the Southeast corner of Section of the proceedings is made, whlc&
24, Township 9 South, Range 9 East, record includes the testimony ari
Taylor Cdunty, Florida for the Point of evidence upon which the appeal is tB
Commencement; Thence North 01 be based.
degrees, 01 minutes, 00 seconds East, This hearing may be continued fror
425.57 feet to the North right-of-way line time to time as may. be necessary.
of Second Avenue North as recorded This Notice shall be mailed to property
on the plat of the Steinhatchee owners within 500 feet of the property
Subdivision as recorded in Plat Book 1, directly affected and whose address.
page 26, of the Public Records of Taylor known by reference to the later
County, Florida; Thence run West along approved ad valorem tax roll.
the North, right-of-way line 1443.46 feet; Dated this 28th. day of June, 2006
Thence run North 873.11 feet; Thence 7/5,7/12
run West 622 feet; Thence run North
246.45 feet to the P.C. of a curve
concave to the Westerly having a NOTICE
radius of 45.0 feet, chord distance of Notice is hereby given that the Board c
84.08 feet, chord bearing N 20=53'49" County Commissioners of Taylor Count
West an arc distance of 108.35 feet to 'Florida Is soliciting sealed requests fo
the P.T. of said curve and to the Point of proposals (RFP) for Consultation fo
Beginning; Thence run East 30.00 feet; Impact Fee Development. It is TaylQ
Thence South 11.46 feet to the Countyis intention to contract with
beginning of a curve through a central Consultant to complete a full analysis fc
angle of 41wo48'37" an arc distance of assessing the costs related to providing
32.84 feet back to 'the Point of Transportation and road Improvements,
lBeginning; Containing 108.04 square Park and recreational improvements,
feet, A Part of That Certain Property Sheriff and low enforcement
Described At Official Record Book 547, improvements,
Page 045, Fire protection and Emergency Medica
SAID PART BEING MORE PARTICULARLY improvements,
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: Public library improvements and -
Begin at the Southeast corner of Section Public building improvements
24, Township 9 South, Range 9 East, Sealed RFPis will be received by thi
Taylor County, Florida for the Point of Clerk of the Courts, Ist Floor Courthousi
Commencement; Thence North 01' or P. O. ,Box 620, Perry, Florida 32348, ti
aegrees. 01 minutes, 00 seconds East, arrive no later than 4:00 PM local time
425.57 feet to the North right-of-way line August 22, 2006. Bids will be opener
of Second Avenue North as recorded and read aloud at 6:10 PM local time
on the plat of the Steinhatchee August 22, 2006 In the Taylor Count
Subdivision as recorded in Plat Book 1, Administrative Complex, Old Post Offic
page 26, of,.the Public Records of Jaylor Complex, 201 E, Green Street, Perry
County, Florida; Thence, run. West along Florida .,......
the North right-of-way line 2125.46 feet; RFP considerations/specifications MUS
Thence run North 1119.57 feet to the be obtained from the Clerk of thi
-P.C. of a curve concave to the Easterly,. Courts, 1st Floor Courthouse or P. 0. Bo
having a radius of 45.0 feet, chord 620; Perry, Florida 32348.
bearing N 20=53'49" E, chord distance The Board reserves the' right to accept
84.08 feet, arc distance 108.55 feet to or reject any and/or all bids and ti
the end of said curve and to the Point award the bid in the best interest of the
of beginning; Thence run West 30.00 County.
feet; thence run South 11.46 feet to the Additional information may be obtained
beginning of a curve concave to the from:
East. and having a radius of 45.0 feet, Wayne D. (Buddy) Humphries
thence run Northeasterly along said 201 East Green Street
curve through a central angle of Perry, FL 32347
41ro48'37" an arc distance of 32.11 feet -(850) 838-3500, Ext. 6
back to the .Point of Beginning; 7/5,7/12
Containing 108.04 Square feet.
This Notice shall run once a week for Taylor County Board of Count
two (2) weeks prior to the hearing on Commissioners
the adoption of the Resolution Invitation to Bid
authorizing the exchange of the The Taylor. County Board. of Count
property. Saild public hearing will be Commissioners Is soliciting sealer
held July 25, 2006, at. 6:15 p.m. at the proposals for construction of the Hfod
County Commission meeting room, at pgrK $1 Improvements.
the' Taylor County Administrative Qualified firms or individuals desiring f~
Complex, Old Post Office, 201 East provide the required products c
Green Street, Perry, Florida. services must submit nlne(9) package
Notice Is also given that pursuant to In a sealed envelope or simile
Florida Statute 286.105, that any person package marked "Sealed Proposal- f
deciding to appeal any' matter Hodges Park Improvements" to thl
considered at this meeting will need a Clerk of Court, 1st Floor Courthouse, 101
record of the meeting (public hearing) North Jefferson Street, Suite 102, Perr
and may need to ensure that a Florida 32347 or P.O. Box 620, Perry
verbatim record of the proceedings Is Florida 32348, to arrive no later than 4:C
made; which record includes the p.m., local time, on August 7, 2006.~A
testimony and evidence upon which proposals MUST have the respondent
the appeal'Is to be based. name and mailing address cledil
This hearing may be continued from shown on the outside of the envelop
time to time as may be necessary. or package when submitted. Proposal
A copy of the Public Notice shall be will be opened and responded'
available In the Planning Department of announced at 6:15 P.M. local time, or-
Taylor County during regular business soon thereafter as practical, on Augu
hours. 7, 2006, in the Taylor Count
Dated this 28th. day of June, 2006 Administrative Complex, 201 East Gree
7/5,7/12 Street, Perry, Florida 32347.
RFP Information MUST be obtained frol
NOTICE OF PROCEDURES FOR THE the Clerk of Court, 1st Floor Courthous.
CLOSING OF STREETS, THOROUGHFARES 108 North Jefferson Street, Suite 10
AND ALLEYS Perry, Florida 32347, (850)838-3506, for
TO WHOM IT MAY C6NCERN: $150.00 non-refundable fee.
You will take .notice that the Board of The County reserves the right, In Its so
county Commissioners of Taylor County, and absolute discretion to reject any_
Florida, upon the petition of certain of all Proposals, to cancel or withdraw Ith
the adjacent landowners to hereinafter solicitation at any time and waive or
described property, will at 6:10 p.m. on Irregularities In the RFP process. TF
the 25th day of July, 2006 at the Taylor County reserves the right to award ar
County Administrative Complex, Old contract to the respondent which.
Post Office, 201 East Green Street, in deems to offer the best overall servi,
Perry, Florida, consider and determine therefore, the County Is not bound
whether the County will vacate, award any contracts) based on tt
obondonr close and will renounce and lowest quoted price. The County, In'
disclaim any and all right of the County sole and absolute discretion, ali
and public In and to all street, reserves the right to waive any mli
thoroughfares and alleys which run over, defects In the process and .to occel
upon or through the following described proposal deemed to be In the Count
lots, blocks, pieces or parcels of land, best Interest. The County, In Its sole ar
lying and being in Taylor County, Florlda, absolute discretion, also reserves .t
and described as follows: right tod assign a local buslne
Begin at the Southeast corner of Section preference In an amount of five (
24, Township 9 South, Range 9 East, percent of the proposal price pursue
Taylor County, Florlda for the Point of to Taylor County ordinance No. 2003-1
SCommencement; Thence North 01 No foxed Proposals will be accepted.


degrees, 01 minutes, 00 seconds East, Additional Information may be obtained
425.57 feet to the North right-of-way line from: Engineering Department; 201 E(
of Second Avenue North as recorded Green Street; Perry, FL 32347; (850) 83
on the plot of the Steinhatchee 3500.
Subdivision as recorded in Plat Book 1, By the order of the Board of Coun
page 26, of the Public Recdrds of Taylor Commissioners, Taylor County, Florida.


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B-6 The Taco Times July 5, 2006


At the Booking Desk


Editor's note: It is the policy of this
newspaper to run the names of all
those arrested and booked at the
Taylor County Jail. All those listed
below have been charged with a
crime, but are considered innocent
until proven guilty.
May 6:
SDeborah Ann Sibley 48, 1790


Dulin Lane, possession of more
than 20 grams marijuana,
possession of drug paraphernalia,
Trp. Lundy, FHP.
Undrea Dornel Holmes, 36, 806
West Hampton Springs Road,
warrant for VOP, possession of
cocaine, retail theft, possession of
drug paraphernalia, resisting


Road, retail theft, Ptl. Reis, PPD.
Quincy R. Kelley, 31, 516 W.
Bay Street, lewd and lascivious
molestation, Ptl. Reis, PPD.
Anthony Todd Morgan, 32,
2112 Old Dixie Hwy., burglary,
credit card fraud, obtaining credit
card by theft, cheating, theft,
aggravated stalking, trespass of a


structure, Sgt. Cruse, PPD.
Michael Henry, 36, 136 E.
Dowling Street, VOP for grand
theft, Off. Raymond, DOC.
Holdan Wil Pearson, 39, 3388
Harrison Blue Road, VOCC
(possession of a firearm by a
felon), felony battery, Dep.
Thompson, TCSO.


May 10:


May 10:
Brandon Lee Lopez, 19, 11960
Lawrence Rowell Road, cheating,
Ptl. Curry, PPD.
Justin Michael Williams, 20,
1150 Mable Knowles Lane,
forgery, uttering forgery, theft
(two counts), Ptl. Franklin, PPD.


And the winner is...
F The Taylor County Middle School Majorettes recently held a
fundraiser for chances at winning a $100 donation by Young
Striping and Sealing and another $100 gas card. The drawing
was held at the TCMS majorette fish fry on May 26, with
ieidi Denmark winning. Pictured above. are TCMS Majorette
Cpt. Marybeth Clark, Co-cpt. Taylor McCroan, Sponsor
Amanda Flores, John and Kevin Young, who presented the
check on behalf of Young Striping and Sealing.


Why not shrink government?


iAS TAX
Continued from page B-3


an- example, if you paid $100 per
month during the winter for heat
ihree-%ears ago, you will now pay
$2(i0 per month or more because
.gasprices have gone up just as
gasoline prices have. When you
consider that the City of Perry
will make so much revenue off
each dollar of gas sold, then you
-Will realize that the City of Perry
4is-making twice as much revenue
off gas sales,as they were three
-years ago, a hundred percent
increase.
_-Now they want to pack a 10-
rcent increase on top of that
_rxenue which would be a 20-
pergeent increase based on the price
-p~iEabout three years ago before
jpies went up. I am against the


increase because it is too much an
increase in too short a time span. I
simply do not understand why a
tax of that magnitude is needed in
light of the circumstances.
I think a more equitable
approach to increasing taxes would
be to spread any increases over a
larger part of the ,revenue base,
making the taix increase fair tii dlt.
That would serve two purposes. It
would raise the tax needed and the
city council would have to answer
to all taxpayers.
As a last point, I think the city
council should make every effort
not to raise taxes at all. Why not
shrink government a little bit?
They would have enough revenue
to operate and all the rest of us
would be a little happier.
John Yarbrough


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