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Publisher: Perry Newspapers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Perry Fla
Creation Date: August 16, 2006
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Steinhatchee


steps up efforts


Three-car crash-
Police are still investigating a three-vehicle wreck which occurred Thursday afternoon at the intersection of U.S. 19 and
Jefferson Street. Several witnesses have reported seeing a fourth vehicle which might also be involved, according to the Perry
Police Department. .Personnel from the department; along with the City of Perry Fire Department and Doctors' Memorial
Hospital Emergency Medical Services, responded to the scene. Two of the drivers were transported to DMH for injuries suffered
in the crash. Traffic was snarled for sometime and vehicles which were unable to travel west on Jefferson through the
intersection were forced to turn north onto U.S. 19.


Steinhatchee is moving ever
closer to having its own sewer
system, but who will be in control
of it continues to stir debate both
here and in Dixie County.
Rex Dunn with the Steinhatchee
Water Association (SWA)
addressed the Taylor County
Commission last week, giving.
members, an update on the group's
continuing efforts.
Talks between the Taylor and
Dixie commissions began in
earnest following a joint meeting
in February. At that meeting, Frank
Darabi with the environmental
consultants group, Darabi and
Associates, presented a feasibility
study funded- by the Suwannee
River Water Management District
for a proposed centralized
wastewater system for
Steinhatchee and Jena.
Darabi suggested that a utility
authority be formed using SWA's
resources to serve both sides of the
river.
Commissioner Clay Bethea and
Dixie County Commissioner
James Valentine agreed to meet to
discuss, hot- such an authority
would be organized. Talks'


progressed far enough that the two
counties' attorneys had drafted an
agreement.
,* Please see page 3


Boy, 9,


hit by car

A nine-year-old Steinhatchee
boy who was riding a fourwheeler
Friday was struck by a car driven
by a family member, causing.
"significant injury" to his left leg.
According to officials with
Doctors' .Memorial Hospital -
Emergency Medical Services, the
boy was riding a fourwheeler on
Roy's Road 'Friday afternoon and
was being followed by his aunt,
who was driving a blue Ford
Taurus.
The child apparently veered in
front of. the vehicle, causing,the
collision. The boy's leg got caught
Please see page 2


'A++' plan targets better grades, FCAT scores


High schoolers will
be required to earn
16 academic and
eight elective credits
The Taylor County School
District has adopted a state
mandated blueprint for improving,
grades and FCAT. scores utilizing
the "No Child Left Behind A++
plan."
Director 'of Instruction Warida
Kemp gave a presentation on th6
program to the Taylor County


School Board during its recent
nieeing..
According to Kemp, Perry
Primary and Taylor' County
Elementary schools are currently in
"corrective action": taking
advantage of options made by
the Department of Education
for changing administrators;
developing a math progress
monitoring s stem; implementing
a part-time m-th coach at PPS;
providing professional writing
development for K-5; and having.
principals restructure the internal
organization of schools.


The A++ high school reform will
require, beginning with the 2007-
08 school, ihai all 9th graders earn
16 core academic credits and eight
elective credits in order to
. graduate.
This ouold include four English
and four math; three science and
social studies; and one fine arts and
PE/health classes.
Of the eight electives, students
will be required to select an area of
interest (major) and earn' at least
four credits in it; the remaining
credits will be used to earn a
second (minor). .


The intent is to have students be
better prepared for college and the
workforce,.she said.
Kemp said the district is going to
rewrite its student progression
plan; implement a seven-period
day at TCHS; organize the ninth
grade into academic teams with
instruction in the four core .
academic areas at the student's
instructional level.
I'Implementation of a GED exit
option is planned, for targeted
students--this is partnered through"
TCHS, The Learning Center and
Taylor Techlmical Institute.


Plans are also in ithe works to
increase dual enrollment .with
North Florida Community College
and offer physics and calculus for
eligible .rudents.
The A++ plan reading initiatives
state that all students who scored
Level 1 (the lowest of five levels)
must be enrolled in a year-long
intensive reading remedial course
to help raise their scores to at least
Level 2.
The plan would also provide a
literacy period for students which
would be required for all 9th and,
10th graders, as well as Sunshine


State Reading Standards for all
11th and 12th graders who have not
yet passed FCAT.
A mandatory 8th grade reading
camp will be required of all 8th
graders who scored Level 1 on
FCAT. Students must pass a
minimum score on norm
referenced tests .in order to be
promoted.
Kemp said these are only some
of the initiatives which will be put
into place, but they are state
mandated and "should definitely
have a positive effect on school
grades and FCAT scores."


Candidacies declared



Parker seeks election


Sto Dist. 4 county seat


Fifth generation Taylor County
resident Rudolph Parker has
announced his candidacy for
county commission representative,
district 4.
"The position of county
commissioner is one that affects
almost everyone at some time or
other, and the duties require that
careful consideration be given to
all points of view before action is
taken. To be elected to a position of
responsibility such as this should


cause one to be very humbly
grateful," Parker said.
"Many issues that are unforeseen
at this time will present themselves
in the coming years, but -we can be
assured that issues such as growth
management, economic
development, -water management
and healthcare will always be
things we have to address. I pledge
to always consider these issues in a
",, Please see page 3


Trammell announces


bid for school board


Longtime insurance agent
Randy Trammell has declared his
candidacy for the Taylor County
School Board, district 1, seat up for
election.
"I.started school in Shady Grove
and graduated from Taylor County
High School. I attended North
Florida Community College and
earned an AA degree. I also
completed electricians mate school
in the U.S. Navy," Trammell said.


"My two daughters, Carole Anne
and Cindy Trammell,. attended
Perry school until transferring to
Interlachen High School where
they both graduated with honors."
He continued, "Everyone wants
safety in the school for all
concerned. They also want
academic- excellence with very
little discipline problems. In the
-* Please see page 2


Supporting 'The Positive Place for Kids'
Perry/Taylor County Boys & Girls Club Executive Director Kevin Kidd, right, accepts a
$12,500 contribution from Buckeye Site Manager Howard Drew during the recent WPRY
"Radio-thon" broadcast. The event raised funds to support the club's year-round education,
physical fitness, health and life skills, arts and character development programs. The club has
served an average of 265 community youths daily during the summer. Total club membership
exceeds 650. Club facilities are located in Perry at Veterans Park and Jerkins Community
Center, as well as Steinhatchee School.


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in the bumper, causing an open
fracture to his leg, near the
ankle.
EMTs from DMH EMS
(Steinhatchee crew) Ron and Sue
Coward treated the boy at the scene,
who was taken to Steinhatchee
School, where a landing zone (LZ)
was set up for DMH AirMedic One


transport helicopter.
Taylor County Sheriffs Office
Deputy Brian Cruse cleared the
LZ and the boy was flown to
Shands Gainesville, where he was
treated for injuries to his
leg.
Cruse said hospital officials
reported the boy was in "good"
condition. He was expected to be
released Tuesday or .today
(Wednesday).


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Continued from page 1
past few years there has been many,
suggestion and programs to
address these concerns. Everyone
agrees that everything starts in the
home. That is why I am running for
the school board. During my many
years in the insurance business, I
have gone into many different
homes. One important thing I've
noticed is a person may say, one
thing in public, but if they are at
their home, in their favorite chair
with their favorite beverage, they
will tell you what they really think.
To me, the more people you can
convince as to the value of an
education, the better for all
concerned."


Trammell said he feels "strongly
about having a cross section of the
community to volunteer in the
different schools. Not only would
they help our 'excellent school
personnel, but they would take
back to their various
neighborhoods what is going on in
our school and, in turn, get more
people interested in helping our
schools in various ways. I have
personally volunteered at the old
Gladys Morse School."
He noted that "in the past few
years I have ridden nine different
school buses in district one. To me,
this is an excellent way to show
people you care about their
children.
"In closing, I would like to state
that I'm a Christian and believe in
doing what is right. I feel it will
take a strong belief in God and a
lot of patience to do the job that
needs to be done as a good school
board member."


Candidates to
speak at political
forum Thursday
The Taylor Senior Citizens Center
will host a political forum for
candidates in the upcoming primary
in Taylor County Thursday, Aug. 17,
starting at 10 a.m.
All local candidates have been
invited to participate in the forum and.
the public is invited to attend.
The center is located at 800 W..
Ash Street in Perry.

TCES hosts
Open House
Taylor County Elementary School
will host its Open House Monday,
Aug. 21, from 6-7:30 p.m. Parents..
students and the community are'
invited to attend.

SAC meets at
Perry Primary
The advisory council for Perry,
Primary will meet Thursday, Aug. 17,
at 1 p.m., in the reading lab. Carol[
Wentworth will preside.

Come hear the
candidates...
The Taylor County Democratic,'
Executive Committee (DEC) invites,
'the public to a Democratic4
Candidates Forum at the Chaparral'
Restaurant Thursday, Aug. 24.
A Dutch-treat dinner will begin at',
6 p.m., followed by caididates'.7
speeches at 7 p.m.
, Democratic candidates for
.:governor, county commission
.districts 2 and 4, and county judge:.
will each have three minutes to
speak.

SRotary Club blood
drive Aug. 22
The Perry Rotary Club, inr
;cooperation with Citizens Bank of
'"Perry, is sponsoring the 2006 Pery,-
'!Community Blood Driver
The Southeastern Comrhunity.
iBlood Center Bloodmobile will be at'
jCitizens Bank Tuesday, Aug. 22, from
8.30 a.m. until 5 p.m.
Those wishing to give blood are.
'asked to call Mary Ann Walker at'
584-4411 to register. L

Kennels closed
Thursday
S afternoon
STaylor County Animal Control hasi;
;announced that its offices andil
-kennels will be closed Thursday, Aug. i
,17, from noon to 4 p.m. The closure
lrs due to staff training.
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STEINHATCHEE
Continued from page 1
SWA, however, moved forward
with its own sewer plans,
purchasing an existing private
sewer facility as a beginning.
Dixie County -subsequently
pulled out of talks and later SWA
representatives told Taylor
commissioners that Dixie County
would not allow them to cross the
river with sewer lines.


At last week's meeting, Dunn
told commissioners that Dixie
County had presented them with an
agreement to allow the group to
cross the river and, offer sewer
services in Jena.
After perusing the document
for several moments, the
commissioners were quick to point
out several, problems.
The section which prompted the
most criticism from the board was
one which states that SWA will not


require residents in Dixie County
to hook up to the system. Several
commissioners said most grants
and loans available for such
systems require mandatory
hookups and if they saw this
clause, SWA would be ineligible
for the funds.
Although he pointed out that the
commission has no control over
SWA, as it a private organization,
Bethea strongly urged Dunn to
refrain from signing the document.
He added that he still felt a joint
utility authority was the best
option.
"We think they should be in it,"
Bethea said.
"We don't disagree," Dunn said.
"They need you more than you
need them," Bethea added.
Dunn finished his presentation
by saying the first mile of pipeline
for the sewer project is in. The
second mile was expected to begin
the permitting process last week.
That section, however, is
planned to be the pipeline that
crosses the river. Dunn added that
he hoped to have the pipeline into
Dixie County before an estimated
400-500 housing units begin
construction in Jena.


PARKER
Continued from page 1
very thoughtful manner and base
my decisions on what I feel to be in
the best interest of Taylor County.
To be effective in solving the
problems confronting us and to'
secure the best results for Taylor
County, we must have the
cooperation of the development
authority, school board, vocational
school, hospital board and various
other local, state and federal
agencies that may be helpful to
us," he continued.
. "In order for us to get maximum
help from those who can help us
requires that we be able to work
together in a cooperative manner.
Trusting relationships must be
developed among all parties, and it
cannot be achieved if we approach
things in a negative or threatening
manner."
Parker is a graduate of Massey
Business College where he
majored in accounting. He retired
from Procter & Gamble (Buckeye)
after 36' years. He is a Methodist
and a Mason.
He is also a member of the
Suwannee River RC&D Council,
and director with both the North
Florida Livestock Show Sale and
Taylor County Farm Bureau.,
Parker also served on the Taylor
County Development Authority
and the Taylor 'Soil & Water
Conservation' Board, and has
served two terms on the Taylor
County School Board. In addition,
he remains active with the Taylor
County 4-H Club Steer Program.
"I feel that I have shown my,
commitment to community- service
by serving on these boards," he
said.
"If I am elected, I pledge to you
that I. will always be. available to
listen to any complaints or ideas
you may have, and that you will
always be received ini a kind and
courteous manner. There have been
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people," Parker said.
"I would appreciate your vote on
Sept. 5...please help me, so that I
can help you," he concluded.


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3 Steinhatchee men arrested in bar break-in


Three Steinhatchee men have
been arrested after admitting to
breaking into the Whitetail
Lounge Friday night and stealing
numerous bottles of liquor.
Taylor County Sheriffs Office
Dep. Rusty Davis said he was
called to the establishment around
2 a.m. in reference to a burglar
alarm.
"When I arrived," said Davis, "I
noticed that part of the front glass
door had been shattered, with
broken glass lying on the ground
around the door." ,
Davis said he then checked the
door and found it to be unlocked.
"I went inside the bar to verify
that no one was there. It appeared


that nothing inside had been
disturbed or taken. I also noticed
small pieces of brown glass,
possibly from a beer bottle."
The next day, after receiving
information from a confidential
informant, Davis and TCSO Dep.
Mark Hershberger went to
Tennille's Trailer Park to speak
with two suspects, Shayne
Andrew Cannon, 18, and Joshua
D. Sadler, 19.
"While speaking to Cannon and
advising him of his Miranda
Rights, he admitted to breaking
into the lounge with two other
subjects--Sadler and Randall
Scott Bedford, 25," said Davis.
"Cannon said that Bedford


threw a beer bottle through the
front door of the lounge and all
three, subjects entered the
premises and took several bottles
of liquor.
"Then, they took the bottles of
liquor back to their trailer and
drank some of them," Davis
added. "I also spoke to Sadler
after reading him his rights and he
admitted also to entering the
lounge with Cannon and Bedford
and stealing many bottles of
liquor."
The three men were arrested
and transported to the Taylor
County Jail, where they were
charged with burglary, criminal
mischief and theft.


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Libby Bennett, George Juarez


December wedding to

unite Bennett, Juarez
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bennett of Perry announce the engagement of
their daughter, Libby, to George Juarez, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfredo
Juarez Sr. of Houston, Texas.
The bride-elect is the granddaughter of the late Solon Underwood, the
late Mrs. Hazel Underwood Comer, the late J.A. Bennett and the late Mrs.
Corrine Spradley. She is currently employed with HD Supply/Hughes
Supply in Orlando as a programmer/analyst.
The prospective groom is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Juan
Juarez, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Moreno. He is .currently
employed with HD Supply'Hughes Supply in Orlando as a senior
systems engineer.
The couple plans a Dec. 9,' 2006, wedding at 4 p.m. in New Home
Baptist Church in Perry. No local in% iLations \\ill be sent; all friends and
family members are cordijlli invited to attend.

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September ceremony I

to unite Davis, Turner
Ms. Kathy Miller of Perry announces the engagement and approaching
marriage of her daughter, Katrina Latrelle Davis, to Roger Alan Turner,
the son of the Rev. Lewis and Melanie Turner of Perry.
The bride-to-be, who is also the daughter of Walter Jay Logan, is a
2004 graduate of Taylor County High School. She is currently employed
with Appearance First. Her grandmother is Ms. Lucka Lewis of Perry.
The prospective groom is a 2002 graduate of Taylor County High
School, currently employed with Lance Snack Foods in Perry. He is the
grandson of Mrs. Ethel Mae Turner of Salem, and the late Rev. Luther
Turner. He is also the grandson of Mrs. Spence Day of Perry, and the late
Mell and Beatrice Day.
A Sept. 16, 2006, wedding is planned at 2 p.m. in Crosspoint Baptist
Church with a reception immediately following in the church social hall.
Out-of-town invitations will be issued, but all family and friends of the
couple are cordially invited to attend.

Wedding reminder
Guy-Moore
Rachel L. Guy and Kelly L. Moore remind friends and relatives of their
wedding on Aug. 26, 2006, at 6 p.m. The ceremony will be held at 204
O'Quinn Road in Perry. J


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Megan Amelia Wisenbaker
Michael Lee James Jr.


Wisenbaker,
James plan

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Chapel on,
August 19th


Megan Amelia Wisenbaker and Michael Lee James Jr., both of Perry,
will be married on Aug. 19,. 2006, ai 11 a.m. in the Four Freedoms
Wedding Chapel in Madison.
The bride-to-be is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Wesley
Wisenbaker. She is a graduate of Lowndes High School in Valdosta, Ga.
, The prospective groom is the son of Michael and Julie James of Perry.
He graduated from Taylor County High School.
Out-of-town invitations to the ceremony will be issued; all friends and
relatives of the couple are cordially invited to attend.


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weighed 6 pounds, 7 ounces, and .
was 19.25 inches long.
Maternal grandparents are
Robert Mock and Sharyl Mock.
The baby's' maternal great.
grandparents are Donna and Leslie
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Sept. 16, 2006
Gena Anna-Marie Crouse
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A-5 The Taco Times August 16, 2006


LeMoyne invites Taylor Countians to try art


Registration is underway for
Fall art classes at LeMoyne Art
Foundation in Tallahassee.
Interested Taylor Countians should
sign up before Aug. 25 for any of
the following:
Studio Art For
Adults
Basic Wheel Throwing, 8
weeks, Mondays 7-9 p.m., $100,
starts 9/4;


Drawing in Pure Color, 8
weeks, Wednesdays, 10 a.m.-12
noon, $90, starts 9/6;
Acrylic Painting, 8 weeks,
Wednesday 6-9 p.m, $120, starts
9/6;
Oil Painting, 8 weeks,
Monday, 6:30-9:30 p.m., $120,
starts 9/4.
Special Workshops
Mixed Media Collage, 8 weeks,


A doctor-to-be?
Keesha Frontera is shown receiving a prize from Diane
Whitfield for her entry in the contest, "What I would like to
be when I grow up." The contest was part of the Family Fun
Day held at City Park on July 22, sponsored by TRUE. There
were 25 entrants including Frontera's about her dream to
become a baby doctor.


Military action

and military customs and
courtesies; performed drill and
ceremony marches, and: received
physical training, rifle
.marksmanship, field training
exercises and special training in
4"human relations .
In addition, airmen who.
qft -- complete basic training earn
MAN -Musa credits toward an associate degree
... +through the Community College
of the Air Force.
"Williams is the son of Keith
5 Williams and Annette Williams,
He is a 2004 graduate of Taylor
Technical Institute. ,,


Wednesday, 7-9 p.m., $90, starts
9/6;
Intro to 35mm Photography,
Monday, 7-9 p.m., $70, starts
9/4;
Digital Editing using Adobe
Photoshop, Wednesdays, 7-9


p.m., $90, starts 10/11;
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p.m., $90, starts 9/7.
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You may also visit the website,
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Classes begin the week of Sept.
3, following the Labor Day
holiday. The center is located at
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Mark was born and raised in Taylor Co. i
He's the son of Don and Martha Wiggins
and the grandson of the late Joe and 7.
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Wiggins & Father of 8-month-old Denton.
He's a graduate of Taylor County High
School & Webber College with an A.S. in
Finance & B.S. in Business Admin.
He is a member of First Baptist Church,
Past President and Member of the Taylor
County Chamber of Commerce. Past ,
President and Member of the Perry
Optimist Club, Member of the Taylor
County Development Authority, Board "y-
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GOALS AS TAYLOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
b/Creale a bener working relationship between county government and the citizens.
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/To entice new businesses to move to Taylor County.
V'To help existing businesses retain and employ more people.
/'To increase the infrastructure (ie, police, tire protection, roads) in the county
Don't Forget to Vote on
September 5, 2006 -Democratic Primary &
November 7, 2006 General Election
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the current position for which I am now seeking election. In the year that
I have served, we have achieved "Master Board" accreditation.

I am the proud father of three children, Drew, Beth and Tony, who attend
Taylor County schools.

-I have contributed many efforts to establishing better classroom
environments for our children. I have also supported the recruitment of
qualified teachers, and both professional and qualified coaches, for our
children's educational and. recreational needs.

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Sports


A-6 The Taco Times August 16, 2006


.... ...... Kickoff Classic


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Members of the TCHS football teari run through drills during practice Monday afternoon.


Coach Price Harris has a chuckle to break the heat.

Flag football registration this week
Registration for the upcoming : icgistration fee is $35 per player.
city recreation flag football league Reeistration i ill take place in
will be held Aug. 14-17 from 5:30 the halftime room at Dorsett
p.m. until 6:30 p.m. Stadium. For more information.
The league is for. youngsters, contact the rec department at 584-
- jges -'i, of Dec 31. 2006 The "940.


Boosters stir up
low country boil
The Taylor County Touchdown
Club will hold its annual low
country boil for Superdog boosters
on Monday, Aug. 21 at 7 p.m. in
the high school cafeteria.
Those interested in becoming a
Superdog booster may contact
Touchdown Club President Billy
Pillow at 584-3184.
Cheerleaders sign up
Cheerleader registration for the
upcoming city recreation flag and
tackle football leagues will be
held Aug. 14-17 from 5:30 p.m.
until 6:30 p.m.
Cheerleading is for youngsters,
ages 7-9 and 10-12,as of Dec. 31,_
2006. The registration fee is $35
per participant. -
Registration \% ill take place in
the halftime room- at Dorsett
Stadium. For more information,
contact the rec department at 584-,
7940.
Co-ed softball tourney
Country Girls softball will host
a co-ed softball tournament
Aug.26 at the Perry softball
complex.
Each .team must consist of
seven men and three women. The
men will have a three home run,
rule and then an out while the
women will be unlimited.
Trophies will be awarded to the
top three teams with individual
trophies for the first place squad.
The entry fee is $125 per team.,
The deadline to enter is Friday,'
Aug. 18 at 10 p.m.
For more information, contact
Buck Buchanan at 584-5784 or
67'2-2731.


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Taylor County High football
fans can get an early look at the
2006 team this Friday night at
Dorsett Stadium when the
Bulldogs host Lafayette and
Hamilton counties in a pre-season
kickoff classic.
I -Friday's format will feature three
halves of play with the Bulldogs
taking on Lafayette in the first
*half, Lafayette facing the Trojans
in the second half and Taylor
versus Hamilton in the final
stanza.
Kickoff will be at 7 p.m.
Bulldog Head Coach Price
Harris said his team is ready to
start hitting someone other than
their team mates.
"These guys have worked hard.
They deserve the rewards of
playing in this game," he said.
Harris said two quality
opponents will be coming to town
Friday.
"Lafayette County is one of the
premier Class 1A programs in the
state and Hamilton County is
coming off a very successful 6-4
record in 2005," he said.
The team from Mayo went 13-1
last season and advanced to the
semi-finals of the state playoffs
before falling to eventual state
champs Port St. Joe 3-2.
Two of the Bulldogs' new
coaches were on the Hamilton
County staff last season and know
most of theirplayers.
Bulldog Quarterback Coach
Bobby Eason and Defensive Line
Coach Trace Laing both were on
the Trojan staff last year before
joining Harris earlier this summer..
Harris said he will be looking
for several attributes when his
team lines up Friday night.
"I'm hoping to see a team play.-
hard for all four quarters. I'll be
looking for good fundamentals, no
missed assignments and a good
mental attitude," he said.
The coach said the Bulldogs will
run out of an "I" formation on
offense, mixing in some play-
action passing. On defense, Taylor
County will run a 3-5 scheme
(three down linemen, five
linebackers). -
The probable offensive starting
lineup will be:

Tackle league
sign-up is now
.Registration'for the upcoming
city recreation tackle football
league is now underway.
The league is for youngsters,
ages 10-12 as of Dec. 31, 2006.
For more information, contact the
rec department at 584-7940.


,Lafayette
9- 0.


illdogs
Adam Cook, center; Drew
Southerland and Kendall
Thompson, guards; Carl Padgett
and Tyler Dubose, tackles; Ethan
Young, tight end; Zach Bradshaw
and Greg Sneed, wideouts; Jarvis
McGrew, fullback; Brycowski
Jackson, tailback' and Marquis
Ellis, quarterback.
Many of those playing offense
will do double duty on defense.


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Other probable starters include
Tyler Jenkins and Jake Meacham
at linebackers, Jarquis Ellis at
cornerback and L.J. Blount at
safety.
Harris said all who dress out
Friday will likely see action.
"We have a lot of guys who
won't start but I won't hesitate a
minute in playing any one of
them," he said.


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Religion


A-7 Taco Times August 16, 2006


Mt. Gilead marks 156th anniversary


Williams speaks for Homecoming
Mt. Gilead Baptist Church in Eridu will celebrate its 156th Homecoming
on Sunday, Aug. 20, with services beginning at 10:30 a.m. The Rev. Gil
Williams will present the message.
A fellowship lunch will follow. Everyone is cordially invited to attend.
Want to sing on Sunday?
The Senior Choir of Temple of God Baptist Church will observe its fifth
anniversary with a service of song and praise on Sunday, Aug. 20, at 6:30
p.m. Community choirs and soloists are urged to participate; please call
584-7298 or 584-2642.
Fall revival begins next week
Lakeside Baptist Church has scheduled a Fall Revival for Aug. 20-23

Many weekend travelers

for wedding and funeral


with services nightly at 7. David Burton, director of evangelism for the
Florida Baptist Convention, will speak and everyone is encouraged to
attend.
Monday, Aug. 21, is Youth Night and individuals in that age category
will be challenged to fill the church.
Brantley speaks at Women's Day
Evangelist Patricia Brantley will speak for Women's Day at Christian
Tabernacle on Sunday, Aug. 20, at 9 a.m. Lunch will be served following
the service.
In preparation for Women's Day, women of the community and church
choirs are asked to gather for a rehearsal on Saturday, Aug. 19, beginning
atL5 p.m.
Male Choir sings here Sunday
The Bright Side Gospel Male Choir will perform in Perry on Sunday,
Aug. 20, at 5 p.m. Elder Chester Davis, pastor, invites everyone to hear
this group at St. Peter's Primitive Baptist Church.

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Pick a class, any class, this Sunday!
First Presbyterian Church will begin its new Sunday School year this
Sunday with a line-up of classes for all age groups with varied study
topics. Interested persons are urged to gather at the church, on Plantation
Road, at 9:45 a.m. Sunday School concludes at 10:30 in preparation for
11 a.m. worship.


Spring Warrior

Church of Christ


7432 S. Red Padgett Road
Perry, FL 32348
584-5176


By B.D. WILLIAMS
"There's No Need to Worry"
Through the darkness of this life,
-I travel every day, but there is no
need to worry, for I have found
"the way."
And- I know he will guide me,
wherever I may go, so there is no
need to worry, God's word has told
me so.
And there is no need to worry
even in the darkest night, for I'll
keep looking forward and I will see
his light.
And he will lead me down the
road, as narrow as it is, but still no
need to worry because the road is
his.
So why waste any time at all, not
a minute, hour or day, when there
is no need to worry, once you have
found "the way."
Mrs. Ernestine Washington, Who
is sick, had relatives from
Jacksonville who came and spent
the day with her and her husband
Sunday,. which made them feel
somewhat better. "Some times a
big smile can brighten your day."
There were many out-of-


owners here Friday afternoon who
attended the funeral service of Mr.
Ezekiel "Zeke" Griffin. 'The
funeral was held at Trinity Funeral
Home. Zeke had lived in Madison
County since 1975. He leaves to
cherish his precious memories
many friends together with
relatives: five sons, Roderick
(Franchester) Griffin, Dereck
Griffin, Kenneth Griffin, all of
Hobe Sound, Alan B. Griffin of
Crawfordville, and Kelcey B.
Griffin of Tampa; three daughters,
Corona G. Scott of Hobe Sound,
Latonya P. Griffin of Detroit,
Mich., and Zakerria Griffin of
Madison; two step-daughters,
Dawn (Joseph) Collins of San
Antonio, Texas, and Deirdre
(Ronald) Thomas of Madison; a,
loving and devoted aunt and uncle,
Era and A.D. Jones of Perry; 14
grandchildren; four great
grandchildren; numerous nephews,
nieces, cousins, and sorrowing
friends.
Miss Bonnie Asberry and her
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Perry, Florida


Dr. Tulio Sulbaran will close

his medical practice effective

September 1, 2006.

Patients wishing to transfer or

obtain their medical records

may do so by visiting the

office location or call

850-584-3008.


Kate Jenkins
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On the wings of a memory oj
Michael T. Jones


On. the wings of a memory I saw a vision of you there,.
With rainbows in your eyes and. heaven's light in your hair.
I reached for your hand just one more touch,
Is it asking for a miracle is it asking too much?
S I feel your preseitce on the wind I smell you on the rain,
Just one more, time to have your laughter ease the pain.
T OTo see that wonderful little grin on your face,
To have your smile light up even the darkest place.
If jt were possible, I'd pray you back home with the dawn,
But then again, on the wings of my memories you're not really gone.
Love, your family


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three year's today,. P -
It's kind of hard to move on., -
We try to go on each day, '
As if our little brother never
went away. -
We know that he is watching us from above,
And we hope he knows he has all our love.
We really miss him a lot,
And he will never be forgotten.
He touched many lives in his short time of living,
He was the best, so loving and forgiving.
We didn't spend much time together,
But one day we'll be together, together forever
And no one will be. able to keep us apart,
Because we'll be'so close, almost as one beating heart.
We can't wait for that day to come,
And when it comes my heart will beat like a drum.
We'll be a little nervous to see our little bro,
But we're going to hug him and never let him go,
Because I don't ever want to lose him again.
We want us to be together until the very end.
Love your sisters, Staci and Traci ._


WHAT WOULD JESUS DO?No. 15

PERMIT IT TO FULFILL ALL RIGHTEOUSNESS

By Bill Blue
Today, men have differing views over the necessity of baptism. Some
argue that baptism is necessary for salvation. Others argue that all
one must do to be saved is believe. The apostles' teaching on baptism
is clear. Peter said baptism saves you (1 Pet. 3:21), and is necessary
for the remission of sins (Acts 2:38). On one occasion Peter even
commanded believers to be baptized (Acts 10:48). Paul said that
baptism washes away, and frees us from, our sins (Acts 22:16; Rom.
6:6-8), allows us to put on Christ (Gal. 3:27), join His body (1 Cor.
12:13), and share in His death and resurrection by putting to death
our former sinful ways (Rom. 6:3-8). On one occasion Paul even re-
baptized disciples who only knew the baptism of John (Acts 19:5)
even though John's baptism was also for the remission of sins (Mark
1:4). The book of Acts describes multiple conversions involving
baptism, and none that do not (Acts 2:38-41; 8:5-13; 8:35-38; 9:1-18
& 22:16; 10:34-48; 16:13-15; 16:25-34; 18:8). Yet some men stilL.
argue against the necessity of baptism. What would Jesus do?
Jesus consistently preached and commanded the necessity of baptism
throughout His ministry..
Three different Gospels tell us Jesus began His ministry by submitting
to baptism (Matt. 3:13-17; Mark 1:9-11; Luke 3:21-22). Jesus did
not question the purpose or necessity of baptism. When John protested
that his own righteousness was inferior to Christ's, Jesus said, "Permit
it to be so now, for thus it is fitting for us to fulfill all righteousness,"
and then He was-baptized (Matt. 3:13-15). If one wants to be more
like Christ, why wouldn't he follow Jesus' example and submit humbly
to baptism as Christ did?
Two of the possible reasons why people fail to follow Jesus'
commands and.exampies are that they either believe they are smarter
than God, or the simplistic nature of the gospel itself poses an obstacle
to obedience (1 Cor. 1:18-29). Shortly after beginning His ministry,
Jesus told Nicodemus, "unless one is born of water and the Spirit, he
cannot enter the kingdom of.God" (John 3:2-5). Is it that difficult to
understand the necessity of water baptism? Should wequestion what
the water actually accomplishes? Naaman had difficulties acceptifig
the simplicity of God's plan. When Elisha told Naaman that washing
seven times in the Jordan River would cleanse Naaman of his leprosy,
Naaman became indignant and initially refused (2 Kings 5:10-12).
"Are not the...the rivers of Damascus, better than all the waters of
Israel? Could I not wash in them and be clean" (2 Kings 5:12)? In his.
arrogance, Naaman thought he was too smart to believe that washing
in a muddy river would cleanse him of his leprosy. By so thinking,
however, Naaman was actually saying that he was smarter than God..
Fortunately, Naaman had a servant who could see the foolishness in
not accepting the simple command. "My father, if the prophet had
told you to do something great, would you not have done it? How
much more then, when he says to you, 'Wash, and be clean'" (2 Kings
5:13)? Sometimes people like Naaman think too much when all they
have to do is accept what Jesus said, "unless one is born of water and
the Spirit, he cannot enter the kingdom of God" (John 3:5). "The
foolishness of God is wiser than men,,and the weakness of God is
stronger than men. [1 Cor. 1:25] But God has chosen the foolish things
of the world to put to shame the wise, and God has chosen the weak
things of the world to put to shame the things which are mighty" .(1
Cor. 1:25, 27).
After His death and resurrection, Jesus said "He who believes and is
baptized will be saved; but he who does not believe will be
condemned" (Mark 16:16). "Go therefore and make disciples of all
the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son
and of the Holy Spirit" (Matt. 28:19). These are among the very last
statements Jesus said to all of the apostles at once prior to His
ascension. Jesus could have used this occasion to speak to His apostles
about anything and He chose to emphasize baptism. The Holy Spirit
could have inspired Matthew and Mark to emphasize something else
at the end of their gospel accounts, but He chose to emphasize baptism.
Despite all of man's arguments about the necessity of baptism for
salvation, one fact remains: no one can give a biblical reason not to
do it. Do we truly want to consider what Jesus would do, ahd then do
it, or would we rather, like Naaman, question the simplistic and easy
nature of God's command? If we truly wanted to follow Jesus'
example, we would humbly submit to baptism to fulfill His plan for
achieving righteousness.
This article is reprinted online at http://www.bibleweb.com.


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Sunday, Aug. 20 Wednesday, Aug. 23
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A-8 Taco Times August 16, 2006

Obituaries


Ray Mitchell Branch
Ray Mitchell Branch, 53, of Old
Town, died July 29, 2006,
following an automobile accident.
He was a member of the Seventh
Day Adventist Church.
Survivors include: his mother,
Mary Louise Howdeshell; his wife,
Celestine Paul King; sons,
Jeremiah Mitchell Branch, Jason
Donald Branch, James Ray
Branch, Joseph Aaron Branch and
Jonathan Andrew Branch, all of
Old Town; daughters, Rachel
Revell of Hatfield, Ariz., Angelina
Loughrey of Stockbridge, Ga.,
Katrina LaVonne Branch of Old
Town; brothers, Ivan Norman
"Buddy" Branch of Old Town and
Bart .R. 'Lyons of Perry; sisters,
Deborah Branch of Cross City,
Joyce Turner of Perry, Jeanette
O'Quinn of Greenville, Virgina
Wood of Mayo, Jessie Boehmler of
Cross City, Wanda Branch of Old
Towni and Glenna Yeagle of
Eurjyille; and 11 grandchildren.
L-tH& was preceded in death by his
firsitIife, Donna LaVonne Branch;
twivosons, John Paul Branch and
Jioshua Ezera Branch; and a sister,
Sharon C. Smith.


Wedding


Enjoyable'

TRAVELERS
o!ttinued from page 7
son-of Tampa were here over the
.W kend visiting family and
anfteding "Zeke's" funeral
services.
Miss Regina G. Griffin spent the
weekend in Tallahassee' with her
daughter, and Saturday evening
fl0j-all attended a wedding of one
ofRegina's friends and classmates.
Thi-wedding was enjoyable and
sh~ereturned home. safe and, found
family okay.


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(850) 843-0554 .


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PROPERTIES


Funeral services were held
Saturday, Aug. 5, at 3 p.m. at Rick
Gooding Funeral Home with
Pastor Bill Schnorbus officiating.
Interment followed at Cross City
Cemetery.
Rick Gooding Funeral Home
was in charge of arrangements.
Margaret Terry
Margaret Terry, 71, a
homemaker, died Aug. 13, 2006, at
her residence in Perry.
Mrs. Terry was the daughter of
the late Jesse Ballard and Rosa
Walker Ballard. A native of
Lakeland, she had lived in Plant
City before moving to Perry, where
she had lived for the past 24 years.
She was a member of Sydney
Baptist Church in Plant City.
Survivors include: three sons,
Kenneth Terry of Lakeland, Bobby
Terry and Ronnie Terry, both of
Perry; two daughters, Rose
Peplinski of Perry and Kathy Clark


of Shellman, Ga.; nine today, Aug. 16, at 11 a.m. at Beggs
grandchildren; and seven great Funeral Home, with interment
grandchildren. following at Oakland Cemetery.
She was preceded in death by Family members received
her husband, William E. "Bill" friends Tuesday from 5 until 8 p.m.
Terry. at Beggs Funeral Home, which is
Funeral services will be held in charge of arrangements.


Blue Jeans for Babies

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everyone to join them in
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heels and have a little fun,"
organizers urge. "Just purchase a
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With multi-million dollar donation





Equestrian dream becomes a reality


The Steinhatchee River will be
protected, equestrians will have a
new place to ride and local
ecotourism opportunities will
increase, thanks to the vision and
generosity of a Lafayette County
couple who transferred ownership
of their 2,481-acre ranch to
the Suwannee River Water
Management District (SRWMD).
On July 26, the district closed on
the purchase of the property from
Frank "Red" and Olive Schulte,
owners of the R.O. Ranch, and


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from R.O. Ranch, Inc., a nonprofit
Florida corporation that will
oversee and manage operations on
the property, including a planned
equestrian center.
With the total land valued at $6.5
million, the Schultes earlier this
year donated a substantial
$3.5-million interest in the land to
R.O. Ranch, Inc. Proceeds of the
sale of the corporation's interest to
the district will be placed in an
endowment and used to fund future
management activities on the

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ranch.
The property is located at the
northern end of approximately
20,000 acres of district lands that
run along the Steinhatchee River
for a distance of about 15 miles.
Two major creeks running through
the property--Owl Creek and
Crossway Branch--feed into the
Steinhatchee River.
The Schultes have owned and
lived on the property since the
early 1970s, managing the land as
a working cattle ranch. Their desire


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Closing on the sale of the R.O. Ranch property to the Suwanhee River Water Management
District are: (seated from left) Frank and -Olive Schulte, and District Governing Board Member
Louis Shiver; (standing. from left) District Executive Director Jerry Scarborough and District
.Deputy Executive Director Charlie Houder.


to prevent future subdivision of the
property, and their dream of
promoting trail riding and other
equestrian activities in the area, led
to their partnership with the
district, the couple said.
The district created R. 0. Ranch,
Inc., in order to facilitate the
Schulte's donation and to assist
with the management of an
equestrian facility. A board of
directors will govern the affairs of
the nonprofit corporation. In
addition to (Frank) Schtilte, the
following individuals have been
named to serve on the board of
directors:
--Coleen Agner is a Taylor
County middle school teacher and
an accomplished equestrian.. As a
volunteer leader for the Taylor
County 4-H horse program, Agner
runs an equine program that
includes a horse club, horse camps,
horse shows and judging. She
volunteers with the Live Oak
Hounds Pony Club in Thomasville,
Ga., and serves on the Florida
Farm Bureau Equine Advisory
Bqard.
--Annette Land resides in
Branford and is owner of Land
Brokerage Realtor. In 2002. she
was named "Woman of the Year in
Agriculture" by the Florida
Department of Agriculture and
Consumer Services and the Florida
State Fair Authority. She is a
memtberd of the Flonda Cattlemen
.Association, National Angus
Association. Florida Cutting Horse
Association. National Cutting
Horse Association and Suwannee
River Riding Club.
--Danny Liles is manager of
Liles Hardware in Cross City. Liles
is chief of the Dixie County
volunteer fire department, as well
as an EMT. :In 2005 he was


presented the Ray Warren
Community Service Award by the
Dixie County Chamber of
Commerce.
--Louis Shiver is the Suwannee
River Water Management District
Governing Board representative on
the Board of Directors and serves
as its chairman. He is president of
Shiver Dairy Farm, Inc., of Mayo,
and a member of the Suwannee
River Partnership, Florida
Cattlemen Association and
Southeast Milk, Inc.
The district and R.O. Ranch,


Inc., are now in the process ofC'''
selecting a planning and design
firm to create a master plan for the
ranch.
A preliminary site evaluation
indicated that the property is
suitable for a number of equestrian
activities including
trail and endurance riding, western
pleasure riding, rodeo events,
carriage driving, cross country
riding, and showing/schooling.
The target date for
groundbreaking on the project is
mid-2007.


Council eyes pooling


efforts for healthcare

Congressman MAlen Boyd recently hosted a meeting %with the
District Healthcare Council to discuss local healthcare issues and
concerns, including federal appropriation requests and rural hospitals
in North Florida. "-:-
The council is'comprised of 24 -1embers from 16 counties across
North Florida. including two representatives from Taylor.
"Access to quality. affordable healthcare is a critical part of
Amencan life." said Boyd. "Altho.gy.much more needs to be done
in Washington, there is more that wO can do at home as well. It is m.
hope that the District Healthca'e Council will start thinking
regionally. so the counties can conime together and pool their resourLes
to improve the overall quality of heilthcare in North Flonda."
At the meeting. Boyd had two' mailn objectives for the District
Healthcare Council. The first objetilve was for the council to focus
on regionalized problem solving. .Up'to this point, Bo.d had asked
the counties to focus on their individual concerns. However, at this
meeting, he encouraged members to consider the healthcare concerns
of surrounding counties as well. L.
-* Please see page 3


Help available for


Florida Department of
Agriculture and Consumer
Sern ikes Commissioner Charles H.
Bronson has announced a program
that v.ill help people \who
ow n forest land manage their
resources.
Registration for enrollment in
the Forest Land Enhancement
Program IFLEPi is currently
under\ta\ with the Division of
Forest through September 15.
This program, authorized under
the 2002 Farm Bill. is at\alable to
non-industrial private forest
landowners on a 75-25 cost share
basis for most practices. Eligible
practices include, but are not
limited to: site preparation, tree
planting. and prescribed burning
acti\ cities. Landow ners u ho ow n at
least 10 acres but no more that
10,000 acres of land who have a


multiple-resource practice plan
will be eligible to receive funding
assistance under FLEP. A
maximum of $10.000 %will be
available for each qualifying
landowner over the life of the
program as reimbursement for
incurred expenses for approved
practices. Forest management
practices must be applied to a
minimum of 10 acres to qualify for
reimbursement.
Almost half of the state's 14
million acres of forestland is
owned by private non-industrial
forest landowners. According to
national, regional and statewide
landowner surveys, most forest
landowners don't ha.e a
management plan for their
property. The state's allocation
under the program will be used for
implementation of forest practices


andowners


prescribed in existing or newly
developed management plans.
"It benefits everyone when the
best management practices are in
place for forested property,"
Bronson said.
"The forests are a critical natural
resource in Florida and it is
important to preserve them as well
as mitigate an% potential wildfire
danger."


Landowners can obtain
application forms from their local
Division of Forestry office.
Foresters will provide technical
assistance to landowners and will
be the local contact persons for
participating landowners.
For more information, contact
Taylor-Dixie County Forester Stan
Shepard at (850) 838-2286, or visit
on-line at.www.fl-dof.com.


Want to be a real estate agent?

North Florida Community College is offering a Sales Associate Pre-
License Real Estate Course Sept. 5 through Nov. 2, on Tuesdays and
Thursday from 6 to 9:30 p.m., at the Madison campus.
The course prepares students to take the Florida real estate license
examination. Registration deadline is Aug. 29. The cost is $349; texts are
additional.
To register contact Suzie Godfrey, coordinator. NFCC Community
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CIVIC GROUPS
AARP: last Wed., 10 a.m. al AMVETS
PosI #20 building (2499 Woods Creek
Road)
Civil Air Patrol (CAP): second and fourtnnh
Mon ,7pm., main hangar at Ihe Perry/Foley
Airpon.
Kiwanis Club: Wednesdays, noon,
Joyce's Main Street Cale. I,
MainStreet Perry: first Monday of each
month, Perry/Taylor County Chamber of
Commerce at noon.-
NAACP: first Sunday, 5 p.m., at Jerkins
Community Center.
Optimist Club: Thurs., noon at Joyce's
Main Street Cafe.
Perry. Garden Club: third Wednesday;
10 a.m.
Perry Elks Lodge: second, third and
fourth Tuesday, 8 p.m.
Perry Lodge 123, F&AM: first and thir
Monday nights, 7:30 p.m.
, Perry Lodge' #187: firsi and Inrd Wed.,
7 p.m., Masonic Hall. -:
Perry Masonic Lodge 123: meets first
and Ihird Monday nights, 7;30 p.m.
Perry Shrine 'Club: 'fourth Thutr';.
7 p.m. (club house on Courtney Road).
Perry Woman's Club: second Wedi,,
noon (Sept. to May: subject to change)
Rotary Club: Tues, noon at Joyce's


Main Sireet Cale.
Taylor County Leadership Council:
second and fourth Friday. 7 p.m, Jerkins
Community Center
Vogue XIII: first Mon 7:30 p m Call 584-
2404.

GOVERNMENT
Airport Advisory Committee: lounh
Tuesday. 12 noon, Perry-Foley Airport
Chamber of Commerce: second Thurs,
8 a.m.; chamber board room. .
City Council: second and fourth Tues., at
6:30 p.m..
County Commission: first Mon. and third
Tues. at 6 p.m., courthouse annex.
Juvenile Justice Council: third Thurs.,
9 -a.m., at' Juvenile Justice Office, 1719
South Jefferson Street.
Planning Board: first Thurs., 6 p.m.
'Courthouse annex'(old post office).
Social Security: representatives, second
Tues., 8:30 a.m. to noon,.courthouse annex.
; Taylor County Constructidn License
Board Meeting: third Fri., 2 p.m.,
courthouse annex.
Taylor County Development Authority:
second Mon., noon, at Capital City Bank.
Taylor County School Board: first and
third Tues., 7 p.m.
Taylor Coastal Water and Sewer: fourth
'Tuesday at 18820 Beach Road, 5:30 p.m.


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Tourism Development Council: second
Wed. 5 p m., al Chamber of Commerce.

INTERESTS
Business Network International (B.N.I):
every Tuesday, 7:30-9 a m, Joyce's Main
Sireel Cafe Visitors welcome.
Diabetes classes every Tuesday, 2 p.m.,
Doctors' Memorial Hospital.
FAMU Alumni Chapter: second Monday,
7 p m, Jerkins Corrimunity Center.
Florida Forest Festival Board of
Directors: first Wednesday, 3:30 p.m.,
Chamber of Commerce. Call 584-TREE
(8733).
Gil Scouts Service Unit: first Tuesday,
7,p.m., Scout Hut.
Historical Society- open Thursday
afternoons, 1-5 p.m.
Home Educators League of Perry
(HELP): second Thurs., 1:30 p.m., Forest
Capital Hall. Call 584-8553 or 584-9207.
La Leche League International: second
Wed., 10:30 a.m., Taylor County .Public-
Library.
Miles of Smiles Clown Alley: first
Thursday, 7 p.m., at 901 North Calhoun St.
Mothers of Pre-Schoolers: first and third
Friday. Call 584-3826.
Muskogee Creek Indian Nation: second
and fourth Sat., 7 p.m. Tribal grounds,
Lyman Hendry Road.


Muskogee Creek Indian Tribe: first'
Saturday, Oak Hill Village on Woods Creek
Road.
National Wild Turkey Federation
(Yellow Pine Drummers): holds open
monthly meeting on first Thursday, Golden
Corral, 7 p.m. Call 584-9185.
Republican Party of Taylor County:
second Thursday: of every month at 315 N.
Quincy Street.
Taylor Coastal Communities
Association: second Tuesday, 7 p.m., at
the district building on Beach Road.
Taylor County Democratic Party: every
Thursday at the Chamber of Commerce.
Taylor Adult Program (TAP): Thursdays,
10 a.m., 502 N. Center Street. 223-0393.
Taylor County Amateur Radio Club:
first Monday, 7 p.m., Division of Forestry
office, 618 Plantation Road.
Taylor County Habitat for Humanity,
Inc.: board meeting, second Tues., 5:30
p.m., Room 208, Capital City Bank.
Taylor County Historical Society: third
Mon., 7 p.m. Historical Society building.
Society's museum is open every Thursday,
1-5 p.m. .
Taylor County Horserman's Assbclation
Horse Show: second Sat., 10 a.m. Arena
located on Bishop Blvd.
Taylor County Quilters: Tuesdays,
10 a.m. to noon, Taylor County Public


Library. .
Taylor County Reef & Research Team:.
second Thurs., 7 p.m., Forest Capital Hall.
Taylor Residents United for the
Environment (TRUE): first Tuesday, 7.p.m.;,
at Hampton Inn.

SUPPORT GROUPS


at First United Methodist Church.
The Way: Christ-centered recovery
group, meets on Fridays at 7 p.m. at
Serenity House. on Hwy. 98 W., across from
BP Station. Open to 'alcoholics,' addicts,
family members:and'friends.

VETERANS


Alcoholics Anonymous meetings are AMVETS Post 20 and AMVETS Ladles
held Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays Auxiliary: third Tuesday, 7 p.m., at 2499
(closed), 8 p.m., at Heritage House on Woods Creek Road.
Washington Street, across from. public American' Legion Post #291: second
library; another AA group meets Mondays, Saturday, 10 a.m.
Wednesday and Thursdays at Serenity American. "Legion Post #96: first
House, located at 1260 Hwy. 98 West, Tuesday, 7 p.m., American Legion Hall,"
across from the BP station at 8 p.m. Center Street.
Alzhelmer's Support Group for American Legion, Steinhatchee Post
Caregivers: every second Tuesday, at 291: fourth.Tuesd.ay, 8 p.m.
7 p.m., First United Methodist Church., $ons:,df AMVETS: second Tuesday,
.Big Bend Hospice Advisory Council: 7' p.'t:,;. AMVETS post, 'located a .49
no scheduled meetings in the monthbof'July; Woods Creek Road;: '
.meetings resume Aug. 22, at 1 pm'.'. 'Sons 'df Confederate VBteraris: fourth
Healthy Start coalition: -fourth" Mon,,-Thursday at VFW'Post on Center Street,
9 a.m., Taylor County School District 7 pm. For information, please call 584-5346.
Administrative Office Complex. VFW Post #9225: second Tues., 7. p.m.
Narcotics Anonymous: every Sunday, (American Legidn.bullding)," .:'. :,.
Tuesday .and Wednesday: at:7. p!m., and '
Siturdays at noon All meetings are held at 'Add to the calendar listing b.
the St. 'James Episcopal Church library r s 'y
located at 1100 West Green Street in calling (850) 584-5513 pr e-mail:;
Perry. ... :.. newsdesk@perrynewspapers.com.
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Editorial


New soil board member



finds letter 'disturbing


Dear Editor: ,
As a member of the newly
organized Taylor County Soil and
Water Conservation District Board,
I found the letter in the Aug. 9 Taco
Times very disturbing, to say the
least. I can assure the writer that
the TCSWCD board will not'
promote anything that is not proven
to be 100-percent environmentally
sound.
Those who would be critical of
the board should at least wait until
we take office in January 2007,. As
for the writer's concerns about the
TCSWCD board spending tax
S dollars, I don't know of any. 'Board


members are. not paid; they
volunteer 'their time and pay their
own expenses. In some counties,
the boards get funding from their
county commission.
The Taylor board has not
functioned for several years, so I
don't think the county has the
board in their budget. If we do a
'good job, maybe the county will
put us intheir budget for future
funding. .
I envision putting together a
sound environmental program
based on 'scientific facts with a
yery .strong emphasis on
information and education. It is


my plan to have a program that the
people in Taylor County will not
only be proud of, but will benefit
greatly from.
In the original article about me
qualifying for the TCSWCD
board, your paper labeled me as an
environmental activist. If working
hard to get factual, truthful,
scientific information to the people
of Taylor -County about their
environment makes me an
environmental activist, then I want
to be the best environmental
activist in Florida!
Thank you,
Rick Causey


Letters to the Editor

Writer upset at use of marker for balloons


Dear Editor:
This letter is to the pe
persons who tied ribbon
balloons to the Blue Star M
Marker on U.S. Hwy. 19.-
The Blue Star mark
placed on this location by th
and Lantana garden club
memorial to show our resp
appreciation to all those
men and women who have


are now.1serving and who will,
rsonr or serve in the armed forces of the
ns and United States.-
emorial The balloons you tied to the
marker not only looked bad, they
er was deflated and melted across one
he Perry side of the marker.
)s as a The difficulty in removing the
>ect and melted rubber caused damage to
valiant some of the lettering.
served, I personally feel that using the


Blue Star marker in this way was
an insult to the men and women we
are honoring.
One can 'only hope that you will
never use this memorial marker or
any, other memorial in this way
again.
Everyone should remember
what this. marker stands for and
show it the respect it deserves.
Betty Culbreath


Health impact study raises 'concerns'


Dear Editor:
Back in June I expressed
concern to the county
commissioners about the quality of
the "Health Impact Assessment of
the Taylor Energy Center" being
purchased for $30,000 by the
Ta lor County Development
Authority. They agreed to look into
this expenditure as soon as the
director returned from his trip to
Vermont. This never happened.
l read the first deliverable and
agide with the health department
director--it is a baseline study,
using information available on
internet websites easily obtained,
at no cost. TCDA has committed
to paying $30,000.
Ny concern stemmed from
analyzing the assessment done by
the same company for the
Madison/Jefferson County health
departments. I was shocked at the
poor quality and the lack of-"
consideration of pollution effects
on children, elderly and at-risk
populations. The particulate
matter risk assessments used in
that study were based on middle
aged people, not children 'or
elderly. All-cause mortality was
used rather than specific disease
causes of death.
When I called the company with
whom TCDA contracted, Healthy
Development, one of the partners
told me the Taylor County
assessment would not address
health impacts from mercury,
particulate matter or carbon
dioxide emissions as they "had
covered those subjects in 'their
Rapid HIA for Madison/
Jefferson."
In addition. I learned that' "'it
would be outside the scope" of the


assessment to evaluate the
combined chemicals released into
the air by both Buckeye and the
proposed plant. It is unbelie able
that a health impact assessment in
Taylor County would not consider
an existing major source of air and
water pollution. Further, I learned
that only 10 individuals (out of.
over 19,000 residents) were going
to be interviewed for their survey
of citizen concerns in the first
segment released Monday. .
I asked both the company and
TCDA to address over 22 specific
questions and concerns I had about
the assessment. Neither responded,
except to comment that having to
answer questions slowed them
down.
If TCDA truly wanted to guard
- the health of our citizens over the
60+ year lifespan of an 800-
megawatt pulverized coal plant,
they would seek the highest quality
health impact assessment possible.


They would gather information
already available onh the negative
Effects of coal plant emissions,
If this is to be a study of the
"Health Impact of the Taylor
Energy Center," it must 'evaluate
specific effects of modern
pulverized coal- emissions on all
ages and health conditions, over
time, not just the wage and health
insurance benefits possible for
employees of the proposed plant;.
The words "health impact". impln
how the proposed plant ill affect
your health, not how well you can
manage health problems if you
have a job and insurance!
S Itb would be honest to call this a
"baseline study of health concerns'
in Taylor County." It is not honest
to call it a "health impact
assessment of'the Taylor Energy
Center."
I am disappointed our
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'Where is the state-of-the-art

hospital we were promised?'


Dear Editor:
I am writing this letter to ask the
citizens of Perry, the county
commission and the hospital
board: where is the state-of-the-art
medical facility we were promised
when the new hospital was built
and with our money'?
DMH has lost at least five-plus
doctors in the last month or so and
many more over the years. Do we
as citizens not deserve decent
healthoare? DMH runs a 24-hour
medical facility but cannot
perform tests that most hospitals


consider routine and are staffed 24
hours to do these procedures. But
can you get these done after 4 p.m.
at DMH? No. I feel that this is sad
for our citizens, most who are
elderly and unable to travel for
medical care. It is a shame that we
have to drive over one hour to get
qualified medical care when we as
citizens built a new hospital. Oh, I
forgot, we have the helicopter to
.get us. there faster, but how many
of you have been out at 2 or 3 in-
the morning and it is so foggy you,
can't see inches in front of you?,
What helicopter can fly in those
conditions?
Perry noP longer offers a labor
and delivery unit, a vascular
surgeon (board certified) or a
certified cardiologist, but we can
fix a broken bone. But if you are
having a heart attack, you are just
out of luck. How sad.
Can anyone at the start of this
letter explain this? Is it because/the
surgeon in town fears competition
or are the hospital higher-ups so
sure 'that no emergency care will
be needed for their family or loved
ones. Oh, .that's right, they just go
in the hospital and demand better
care for their family because they
are more important than the
general citizens. What a rip-off for
the citizens of Perry. i
I hope seriously that if me or one.
of my family members need life-
saving procedures that we are
either out of state or close to a real
hospital, not a make believe state-
of-the-art facility. I think the
citizens of Perry should ask why
we built this. facility if the
administration had no intentions of
improvements.
You should have stayed where
we were, if they really had no
intention of providing quality
health care.
Donnie Dean


Midweek Muddle



You can go home
again, and yOU sIhudC

By SUSAN H. JNCn'

I always thought I grew up in the most In between those two houses wert
normal neighborhood in the world. many with nicely-painted shutters-
We rode bicycles for thousands of homes to new families which don't look
miles, sold lemonade, buried our pets too much unlike the families .-who live.,
with ornate funerals, jumped ropes, got there 30 years ago. There are dogs in
skates for Christmas, played war with yards. Bicycles on the porch. Daffo -
sticks, and caught fireflies in jars 'with around the mailboxes.
holes poked in the rusting tin lids. And then there is the Bennigavi
We rode to "the little store" some four residence.
blocks away, never worrying about "Their children set their house on fl
kidnapping, any kind of abuse or random every Wednesday night for three weeks-
acts of violence, except from that while the parents were at church
German Shepherd dog on the corner., supper," I said.
Otherwise, it was a perfect world. Well, mouths were hanging open hm,.
I returned to that perfect world, disbelief.
recently, to visit. People say you can't go "What?" -
home again, but I find that you can. And "Well, it took the fire marshal the
as I walked around two of the blocks I longest time to figure out what was:'
once traveled daily, I realized that going on, but it turned out that the!'
perfection is in the eye of the beholder. daughter and the son were torching the>
"Who lived there?" asked the daughter, house while the parents went to prayer-
pointing to a red brick house on a hill, meeting. I remember standing in my,-
with a neatly kept yard. Suddenly, my. driveway, in my pajamas, in the middle
world went black-and-white. of my geography homework : and:.
"There was a' murder in that house watching the flames leap from the bacd
when I was a teenager," I said, of the house one block over, week after:
remembering it all over again. Suddenly, week.
I had everyone's attention. When I "The Bennigan house is on fire again,,
mentioned that the woman of the house we would declare as emergency vehicles-
was having an affair with someone (who zoomed by. Everybody shook their
may have been the mayor) and she hired heads in disbelief. --
someone else to kill her husband on a Those children were soon ushered out.-
Sunday night, I realized that this was of the neighborhood, and we still stood
pretty serious sin for a small Alabama in the driveway, shaking our heads and:-
town in the seventies. feeling badly for the parents, and the_
"That's scary," a voice at my feet children.
suggested, shuffling to keep up with the "Boy, this must have been a scary-
story and the walk. place," the children concluded. I shook.
I jqst shook my head and smiled to no my head again and smiled again to nio
one in particular; I never remember it one in particular.. "I don't even
being' scary, although I can vividly recall remember worrying about it," I said, an&d
the yellow tape which surrounded the I'm absolutely certain the color of my[
house designating it. a crime scene. The prom dress was a larger source of
memory prompted me to do my own concern for. me. I don't worry about it
Census 2000 of the houses up and down now, either. There's something very
the streets of the neighborhood I called Southern about expecting eccentricitfe
home. in people and learning to co-exist WithF
"That's where the pharmacist lived who all of them, carefully.
killed himself," I said, pointing to Of' course, people say you can't goi
another brick house. Upon that home again,.but I find that you can, and
utterance, I realized that he was the you probably should. Thirty years of-
second pharmacist in my town, and in distance tends to bring your perspective
my memory, who had chosen that path into focus and to remind you that there
for death, is no such thing as a perfect world. But
"Why?" the children asked me. there are some perfectly charming
"I don't.know," I answered honestly, for memories to retrieve, and a calm
we always thought it was the wife who assurance that the daffodils bloom, year
was crazy. "But if you're a pharmacist, after year, no matter 'what else is'
you know how," I explained. happening on that hill.


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Letters to the Editor


Writer responds to 'noxious weed' letter


Dear Editor:
In response to letter to the editor,
"Writer doesn't want 'noxious
weed' in Taylor," proves only one
thing: the writer didn't read the
entire posting on the list serve:
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Sa
veTaylorCountyFloridaResidents/
which is the list serve for TRUE,
not HOPE.
She was obviously attempting to
malign our growing environmental
groups. The list serve for HOPE is
http://gi oups.yahoo.com/group/
HopeForCleanWater/ and the
article to\ which she referred was
not posted on that list serve back in
May, but it is now so that all can
read it. The article is also posted
on http://groups.yahoo.com/group/
EANoF/ which is o.ur list serve for
the Environmental Alliance of
North Florida.
Had the writer read the entire


postings, she would have learned
thif 'Progress Energy and the
Jacksonville Electric Authority
have been paying a fellow named
Allen Sharpe to grow these
noxious weeds in Duval County.
Obviously, JEA is the entity to
which she should have directed her
anger: And, had she read the
article, she would have learned that
aftic ccnsive research, the Sierra
Club iot which I am a member)
oppo.es. planting arundo donax
Jrn\where in Florida or the USA.
The Wall Street Journal article
which started off the entire
discussion on the list serve was
more than two years old and after
extensive research the Sierra Club
changed its position.
Perhaps even more of a concern
to the writer is that burning any
kind of biomass would nullify the
pulp mill's need and desire for


burning black liquor, "biofuel" as it
is called by pulp and paper mills, at
the proposed power plant. She
also doesn't seem to be in favor of
growing kenaf to replace the
genetically-engineered pine
seedlings (which by the way do not
produce pine cones) that the
company favors now. Kenaf
produces about 20 percent more
cellulose per acre, without the need
for clear cutting and extensive
herbicide use which current


unsustainable forestry practices
require.
The writer can join all three of
our list serves, so that she can
participate in all the lively and
informative discussions provided
by true democracy where the
members discuss fully and openly
the pros and cons of many ideas
and proposals, good ones and not-
so-good ones.
Sincerely,
Joy Towles Ezell


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commissioners did not see fit to
examine this further. I hope they
can defend the product. They won't


be able to "sell" it to our citizens as
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SSincerely,
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Bethea, Brown on

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HEALTHCARE ,
Continued from page B-1


The second objective was to push the counties. to work more closely
with the business community, and state and local agencies, and make them
active participants in achieving the healthcare goals of Nofth-lFlorida.
Boyd formed the District Healthcare Council in 2005 to tackle
healthcare issues locally., Each county was given the task of choosing a
representative to serve on the District Healthcare Council. Representing
Taylor County are County Commissioner Clay Bethea and Rick Brown of
Doctors Memorial Hospital.
"The District Healthcare Council assembles people from all different
professions and points of view so that the discussions and solutions will
be comprehensive and representative of our unique district." Boyd stated.
"By bringing the district together, we can better serve the healthcare needs
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Grand Master visits "
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Plans and charities for the coming year were discussed. Shown on front row are (left to right): Carl Williams, treasurer;
Buster Durden, Worshipful Master; Roy Hibbs, District Deputy Grand Master; Guy Daniels, district instructor; Eric Daniels,
Grand Lodge historian; Audie Towles, junior deacon, and Clyde Merritt, secretary; (back row) Jerome Freeman, senior 7
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Kiwanis speaker
North Florida Comunity College President Morris Steen (right) was the guest speaker at the
Aug. 9 meeting of the Perry Kiwanis Club. Steen flaw 639 combat missions in Vietnam during
his 27-year career as a naval aviator. He had several command tours and retired as
commanding officer of the Naval Air Station in Mayport. Steen is shown above' with Kiwanis
President Jeff Lewis (left) and Program Chairman Auley Rowell.


Senior citizens need you Saturday!


The Taylor Senior Citizens
Center will hold a three-in-one
fundraising event on Saturday,
Aug. 19, from 8 a.m. until 1
p.m.
The annual indoor garage sale
will be-held in 'the congregate


dining room/auditorium at the
f.J) lor Senior Citizens Center.

,Also included in this year's
event will be two' special
drawings: one for a "beautiful,
old-timey pitcher and bowl donated


by Nora Sadler" and another for a
t-shirt from the Lynyrd Skynrd
Vicious Cycle European Tour
2003 donated by A.J. Burch.
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS
CONCERNING AMENDMENTS TO THE
TAYLOR COUNTY LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE

BY THE PLANNING BOARD OF TAYLO C(_OUNTY, FL,ORIDA, SERVING ALSO AS THE LOCAL
PLANNING AGENCY OF TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to
Sections 163.3161 through 163.3215. Floddi Statuites, as amended, and the Taylor County Land Development
Code, as amended, hereinafter referred to:a"s the Land Development Code, objections, recommendations and
comments concerning amendments, as deier&bed'below, will be heard by the Platining Board of Taylor County,
Florida, serving also as the Local Planning Agency of Tay),or County, Florida, at public hearings on September
7, 2006 at 6:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matiers'can be heard, in the County Commission Meeting
Room, Administrative Complex located at 201 East Green Street, Perry, Florida. The Planning Board is
conducting these public hearings in order to make recommendations to the Board of County Commissioners
concerning approval or denial of the amendments, as described below.

(1) LDC 06-1, an application by the Board of County Commissioners, to amend the text of the Land Development
Code by amending Sect ion 42-147. entitled Deqignatinipnoflns as major or minor developments, exempting
the division of land into two or more parcels o..$ accsor greatr as long as each parcel has at least 60 feet of
frontage on an existing County maintained road-and cenrhtijij the di\ ision of land into 2 or more parcels of
40 acres or greater as long as each parcel has 60 feet of frontage on an existing private easement or road
servicing not more than 24 parcels. -

(2) LDC 06-2, an application by the Board of County Commissioners, to amend the text of the Land Development
Code by adding a new Section 42-720. entitled Lot standards and restrictions, by adding a requirement that
lots less than 10 acres shall not have a length greater than 3 times the width, that lots less than 10 acres in size
abut a private or public road and have road frontage equal to the required lot dimensions in the zoning district
in which they are located, and defines a flag lot as beihg 10 acres or greater in size with a minimum of a 60 feet
width accessing a street.

(3) LDC 06-3, an application by the Board of County Commissioners, to amend t he text of the Land Development
Code by amending Section 42-461, entitled Definitions, by adding a definition of Signs, Freestanding and
Signs, Pole, by amending Section 42-466 Prohibited signs, by deleting the prohibition of ground and pole
signs and deleting the prohibition of pole signs 20 feet in height and 200 square feet in size, amending Section
42-468 Off-site signs by adding the requirement that off-site signs cannot exceed 32 square feet and are
limited to one sign per parcel or lot. and amending Section 42-465 Permit: exemptions by adding language
that allows small portable signs on non-mowed County right-of-way if the sign has.eleyance to the adjoining'.
property.

(4) LDC 06-4, an application by the Board of County Commissioners, to amend the text of the Land Development
Code by amending Section 42-888, entitled Street Design, by amending the section on construction standards
to require streets located in the mixed use urban,-rural residential, aviation related commercial, water oriented
commercial, industrial and public lapd use districts and clustered residential development with a net density
of 1 dwelling unit per 2 acres or greater, to be pav9 and constructed to the Florida Department of Transportation
standards. Amending Section 42-888ao allqstre cated in land use categories, other than mixed use
urban, rural residential, aviation related comelio.Jal, water oriented commercial, industrial and public land
use districts and development with aglensity gr.i tlhffl unit per 15 acres and less thanrl 1 unit'per 2 acres in
a subdivision of not more than 8 parcels 1 not be required to have a surface course. Amending Section 42-888
to allow streets located in land use categories other than mixed use urban, rural residential, aviation related
commercial, water oriented commercial, industrial and public land use districts and development at a density
of 1 unit per 15 acres or less and greater than 1 unit per 40 acres will be required to meet County standards and
shall not be required to have a surface course. Amending Sption 42-888 to allow streets located in land use
categories other than mixed use urban, rural residential, aviation related commercial, water oriented commercial,
industrial and public land use districts and de\e4Qpment at &density of I unit per 40 acres or less to meet
County standards for graded roads and shall not IN required t11have a surface course.
(5) LDC 06-5, an application by the Board of _o'nit 'sioners, to amend the text of the Land
Development Code by amending Section 42-408, tl'aIstis(oups, by amending a definition Public service
utility by adding railroad rights-of-way and ,4Iee "1idt u(0on lines serving 69 KV or less and deleting
right-of-way and tracts from the definiti 0sc~ss ciustrial and deleting electricity substations and
distribution lines greater than 69 Ky- from tdefl,'n industrial.

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.-eat lull rleeper sola. and connecting
edgege 1Ft. 9', 10' space) $1500 Two
iarge rocker-recliners $350 ea. 850-584-
8497or 850.584-9520 .

Y rmaha Baby Grand Piano like new
condition walnut finish recently appraised
& tuned $8000 Call 584-9381
8/11.8/30

For 'Sale: Kenmore 18 cubic-feet fridge
with ice. maker. $150. Call 584-4232
8/16-8/18 .

Music Lessdoss Producer/ Guiiarist now
available for guitar, bass & voice students
3eainners welcome Call Josh Noland
850-584-5975 .: '
84-8/27 .


Clinic:
Receptionist, PRN
Emergency Medical Services:
Flight Paramedic, PRN
Home Health:
Registered Nurse, Full-Time
Imaging Services:
Nuclear Medicine Tech, Part-Time
EchoiSonographer, PRN
Ultrasound Tech, PRN


Remolded kitchen, selling smooth surface
stove, dishwasher, refrigerator, table with
white legs and clear top, four chairs. Call
after 6:00 p.m. 584-6512,
8/9-8/18
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. leave
message.

Liberty Wireless in Perry NOW All your
cell phone needs at one low price.
Featuring: Pay as you go-No contracts, no
credit checks- No deposits Sprint
National PCS Network National coverage
- All digital. Example: $74.99 Nokia 2270
with either 175 minutes with free night and
weekends or 300 anytime minutes, good
for 60 lays .13 cents a minute. Many
'plans'al phones to choose from. Call us
at 850-584-4551 GUARANTEED SALES
located at 6041 Beach Rd, Perry.
7/21-8/16


Attention Hunters/ Handyman Special
Free mobile home You move it, has been
used for storage. 584-2881 or 838-6928.
8/16-8/18.


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For Rent: 2br/ 2 bth mobile home set up in
nice shady lot located off Roberts-Aman
Rd. New paint and fixtures, hardwood
floors, completely skirted. $600. per month
with new washer/dryer: $550 without.
Credit check, proof of income and past
rental history required. Available Sept, 1 st.
Call 850-371-0071.
8/4-8/16
1 bedroom and bath for rent in a 2 BR/2
BTH trailer in Tallahassee. Share with
student. $325 month + 1/2 utilities. Call
584-5573 for more information. Near TCC.
8/16-8/25 ,
For Rent: 30' Travel trailer, singles only,
one bedroom, set up in nice location.
Private, All utilities paid. $100, per week +
$100 deposit 850-584-4551
8/16-8/25
WOODRIDGE APARTMENTS!
1, 2 and 3 BR HC and Non-HC accessible
apartments. HUD vouchers considered.
Equal 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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Room for rent private bath, private
entrance, living room, small fridge and
T.V. Call 584-8045
8/9tfMC
For Rent Single private room and bath
with private entrance. Shared living room
and kitchen. All utilities except cable and
phone. Non Smoker Onlyl Must like
outside dogs. $475 per month. 850-371-
1922
8/11-8/23
Cedar. Island House for rent. Call '1-352-
365-1876 or 578-2397,
8/11-8/23KD
4 bed/ 2 bth house could be 5 bedroom.
nice house nice area, very well kept. $650
mo + $650 sec. In town, close to shopping.
No pets! 1 year lease. Call 584-6256
8/11-8/23

Southern Villas of Perry
Looking For Applicants!
HUD Vouchers accepted. 1 and 2 BR HC
and non-HC accessible apartments. Office
hours are 8:00 to 5:00 Mon-Thurs. Call
850-584-8111. TDD/TTY 711. 315 Puckett
Rd. Perry, FL 32347. Equal Housing
Opportunity.
8/9tfSV


WANT TO BUY

Comic Books (collectibles-any year)
Scrap Gold & Gold Silver Dollars
Pocket Watches Diamonds
Postcards Sports Memorabilia
Taylor County Historical Items
Vintage metal toys/wind-up toys


Cal- ;g d (50 54601 s .


Med-Sura:
Registered Nurse. Med-Surg,
Full-Time 7Aand.7P
Registered Nurse. PRN
Licensed Practical Nurse, Full-Time, 7P
Licensed Practical Nurse, PRN,7P
Physician Billing:
Registration Clerk, PRN
Security:
Security Officer, PRN


3 bed/ 2 bth M/H fenced in on one acre,
very nice place well kept (Beach Area)
$575 month + sec. no pets. 1 year lease
Call 584-6256,
8/11-8/23
Small 2 bed/1 bth M.H. on one acre. nice
place (Beach area) $525 mo. + $525 sec.
no pets, 1 year *lease, Call 584-6256.
Available September 1.
8/11-8/23
Newly.remodeled office Suites available
for lease, electric, water, gas and trash
removal included, only $260 monthly. Call
Select Group Realty @ 850-584-4401..
6/21tfnSGR
Commercial Building For Lease Down
town building Brand new. 10 office's
including receptionist area and waiting .
area. All internet and phone equip,.
handicap accessible bathroom. Must see,
Call Select Group Realty at 850-584-4401.
7/12tfnSGR



Built in ?002 3 bed/ 2 bth located at 501
W. Drew St. Needs lots of.TLC. Mortgage
Company Repo, financing available as
little as $800 dwn. Call immediately. 800-
283-4041
8/16-8/25
2002 Homes of Merit 28x56 on one acre
with storage building. On Spring Warrior
Rd. $79k 223-2793
8/16-8/25
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 Heartsfield @ 850-
843-0503. Nature Coast Inc.
6/30tfnJH
2800 SF 4 BR/2 Bth home on 1.8 ac. off
Paul Poppell Rd. w/enclosed patio,
beautiful sunroom, large attic storage,
fenced in backyard with inground pool.
great neighborhood! Excellent buy!
$250,000. Call Jason Heartsfield @ 850-
843-0503. Nature Coast Inc.
6/30tfnJH
Commercial Building for sale 13,500 sq.
Old Badcock Furniture Building. Call 850-
584-5891. Pete Fortner
7/19tfnBC

Land for sale, 221 North Between Shiloh
Church Rd. and Cairo Parker Rd. 1 acre
lots with paved roads: Owner financing
available. Please call (386) 658-1346 or
(850) 584-7466.
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2 acres on Morgan Whiddon Rd. secluded
& has 2 wells, septic tank, power pole and.
older model single wide trailer, Call 1850-*
418-3385.
8/2-9/1
Quarter'Acre lot within.city limits in quiet
neighborhood. On water, sewer and natural
gas lines. Sold AS IS for $9000, (850)223-
1764.
8/4-8/16.
2 bedroom S.W.M.H. on 3/4 acre. Close to
town on paved rd. $29K Call 223-2793.
8/9-8/18
Land for Sale 5 acres of beautifully
wooded property in'Boyd on Wash Davis
Rd. 850-584-7760, call after 6 p.m.
8/9-8/25 -
3 bed/1 bath house sale at 166 W. Walnut
St. Call 850-877-4152.
8/9-9/1



TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
County Administrator $65,561 $73,798 +
benefits
.Road Maintenance Tech $8.04/ hr. +
benefits
Planner $34,777 $39,145 + benefits
Custodian 15 hrs. per week $6.49/hr.
Roll-Off Site Attendant $6.49 hr./ Call in
Entire job descriptions and requirements
can be viewed at www.libioinfo.com or
Taylor Employment Connections, 1702 S.
Jefferson St. Positions-are open until
filled. Taylor County is an EOENP/Drug
Testing/ Background Check Employer.
8/9tfnBCC

Help Wanted.'For more information call
Steinhatchee Ace Hardware at 352-496-
7269
8/2-8/25SAH


CNAs Part-Time Sign-On Bonuses


RN Weekend Supervisor


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FISCAL/DATA ENTRY

ASSISTANT WANTED

A dependable, very organized, team player is wanted at the Taylor
County Senior Citizens Center with previous experience for the
position of Fiscal/Data Entry Assistant.
Requirements for this position include computer-literate,
basic accounting and bookkeeping procedures, self-starter,
Background check is required. Some travel required,
Closing date: Monday, August 21, 2006.

Applications are available at the Senior Citizens Center
Monday Friday, 8:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. The center is
located at 800 West Ash Street in Perry.


S A 'United Way Agency and the State of Florida
Department of Elder Affairs License #229451





*DRIVERS *


$2000.00

UP FRONT BONUS


WANT TO BE HOME TONIGHT?
If you are looking for a great job that will allow
you to plan your activities well in advance...
just give us a call.


REQUIREMENTS: CLASS A CDL
HAZMAT
TANKER

NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY!!!
WE WILL TRAIN YOU


CALL 850-584-6666 ext. 402


Huge Yard Sale

Moving--Everything Must Go!
Saturday & Sunday
10:00 am 4:00 pm

Clothing *Home Furnishing Miscellaneous

7139 Val Halla Ranch Dr.
2 1/2 miles south of Gas Mart on Route.19.
Take left on Red Padgett Rd across from Spring
Warrior Church under wooden arch. 2nd home on left.
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Prestige Home Center
Chiefland
The Only Factory Outlet on the West Coast
NO "DOUBLE TALK" WITH OUR ADVERTISING--
NO GAMES WITH OUR PRICES!
Any New Home Purchased from Prestige Homes
'Includes FREE Delivery & Set-Up...PERIOD!


f--BRAND NEW-
o ^ti -- -* Choose from
'- j 2 or 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath
Exceeds New Gov't. Standards

I .L s275.

mo.

Includes AC, Heat, Skirting & Steps
No Down Payment for Landowners!

(60 Other Homes to Choose From!)
Eggs are Cheaper in the Country,
So are Prestige Homes!
N. Hwy. 19, Chiefland 800-477-2492 J
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KNOCK! KNOCK! WHO'S THERE?
Force One is a .recruiting office seeking
18-24 girls & guys to work and travel w/
managers who clear magazines like
Vogue & G Q through I.S.S.
I.S.S. is the Best!! It's a youth incentive
program that will take you coast to coast
discover a world waiting for you! Earn
$400-800 wk. Plus bonuses! Pd. hotels &
transportation. No experience needed.
Sometimes opportunity knocks, right now
its BANGIN!!
1-800-701-1442
parents welcome at interviews
www.forceoneteam.com
8/2
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
Driver Dedicated Regional
*Guaranteed*
Home EVERY Wkend
AVG. $825- $1025/wk
65% preloaded/ pretarped
Jacksonville, FL Terminal
CDL-A req'd 877-428-5627
www.ctdrivers.com
8/16

Drivers: CDL-A
0/Ops or Teams
No Forced Dispatch!
44 Offices Nationwide.
85% Gross Pd. Wklyl
insurance avail.
JRC Transportation
800-344-4029.
8/16-8/25


Management

*FT/PT Sales


Hibbett Sports
a full line
sporting goods store
is opening soon in Perry.

en-d resumes
"ATTN DM"
to 2132 University Mall
Suite 210,
Tampa, FL 33612.

Hibbett Sports conducts
drug testing.
Jason.Hutson@hibbett.com


Local business needs temporary part time
help to spruce up their web site. Individual
chosen will need experience in building
and maintaining web sites. Please send
response to P.O. Box 911, Perry, FL
32348.
8/4-8/23

Experienced convenience store manager
needed. Call Ware Oil at 584-6666 or fax
resume to 584-6339. Ware Oil is an equal
opportunity employer of drug free
workplaces.
7/7tfnWO

Pizza Hut Hiring All Positions
We are looking for energetic and talented
individuals who can give customers a
great pay, medical and dental insurance,
vacation and career advancement ,
opportunities. Apply in person at 2199 S.
Byron Butler Pkwy, Perry, FL. EOE
8/11-8/23

Aucilla Christiah Academy is currently
accepting applications for a bus driver
position, Must have (or be willing to obtain)
a CDL class B with P and S
endorsements. Also, must be a positive,
Christian role model. For more information
or to apply, please contact the school at
850-997-3597, '
8/11-8/18ACA

APALACHEE CENTER
A Behavioral Health Care Center is
currently seeking:
ADULT CASE MANAGERS (Positions
located in Gadsen, Jefferson, Leon,
Madison and Taylor Counties)
A Bachelors Degree from an accredited
university or college with a major in
counseling, social work, psychology,
criminal justice, nursing, rehabilitation,
special education, health education, or a
'related human services field. (a related
human services field is one in which major
course work includes the study of human
behavior and development) and have a
minimum of one year of full time or
equivalent experience working with adults.
experiencing serious mental illness or a.'
bachelor's degree from an: accredited
university or college and three years full
time or equivalent experience working with:
adults experiencing serious mental
illness.
MASTER'S LEVEL THE PIST #2267
A minimum of a Master's Degree with a
major in counseling, social work,,
psychology, nursing rehabilitation,
special education, health education ora
Related Human service;'Td-- -O '.
years of professional experience in
providing services to persons with
Behavioral illness. Substance abuse
knowledge preferred, some local travel ,
required. License preferred.
For more information and a complete
listing of available positions:
www.apalacheecenter.org.
Human Resources
2634-J Capital Circle NE,
Tallahassee, FL
Pre-hire Drug screen & FDLE background
check, An Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative
Action Employer, Drug-Free Workplace
8/16-8/18APC


NOW HI-RING]


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Dociors Merri.)iial Hospital is riow hiring for Ina positions listed below Our 483-bed acute care
taciltv C-Mers 21 competitive salary and benerils package retirement plan, and flexible scheduling,
e t3 resume to Ina Human Resources Department at (8501 584-06,61, E-Mail -to
dirnama-Idu..,-iorzrnemonal.com. or call (85(1) 584-0866
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srn al.


RNs and LPNs All Shifts


RN or LPN Weekend Treatm ent Nurse


Marshall Health & Rehab Center
850-584-6334 207 Marshall Drive e Perry, FL 32347
Drug Free Workplace, Equal Opportunity Employer


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Help Wanted Badcock Home Furniture &
More. Warehouse Delivery person. Good
S license must be 21. Apply in person.
7 8/16tfBC

RUN SOUTHEAST ONLY
8 Company Drivers Needed
Home Every Weekend
80% Drop &.Hook
Sign on Bonus
Health & Dental
Paid Vacation
Rider Program
(Immediate)
CDL/A2YrsOTR
Shoreline Transportation
877-208-9176
8/16-8/18
TRIAL COURT LAW CLERK The Trial
j Court Law Clerk is responsible for
providing legal advice pursuant to family
law statues, rules and case law.
Graduation from an accredited law school
S and membership in the Florida Bar. Law
school graduates awaiting the Florida Bar
results or anticipating taking the Florida
Bar Exam are encouraged to apply. If the
selected applicant is not a member of the
Florida Bar at the time of hire, he/she will
be expected to attain membership in the
Florida Bar within one year from the date of
hire. Must have knowledge of legal
principles, statutory and case law, court
rules and procedures. For further
information, visit wwwflcourts.org and
www.jud3.flcourts.org. Closing date will be
September 1, 2006.
Submit, resume w/State of Florida
application to:
Jacquetta Bradley, Human Resources
Manager '
P.O. Box,1569 "
Lake City, FL 32056
ADA Compliant/EOE
8/16-8/25. :'
Check Station Positions Available The
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission is hiring personnel for
seasonal work at check stations during the
upcoming archery and general gun hunting
seasons Positions available in Taylor
County Pays $6.40 per hour. Positions
begin Seplember 23. 2006 For details call
(850) 838-9016 or stop ty the Big Bend
Field Office at 663 Plantation Rd. in Perry.
EOE/AA
8/16-9/15 ,
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For Sale 25' Century Boat $3500 Call 838-
1723
7/26-8/3
1-itP ,'" cut 6 spd Craftsman riding lawn
rr,.', .-.'bag attached $600, Restaurant
imniKa e machine $50. Call 672-0245
8/11-8/18

-E..: ic,:,r : 'a, 1987 Cruiser 23 foot'
,r,,:,ai3d :uiit,:, ,,rd with freshwater cooled V*
..ith0 tandem axle galvanized trailer.
Eqtcipled with, fighting chairs, all
electronics, swim platform, and a camper
top. Great-for fishing, cruising or playing.
Motivated to sell, priced at $6,000 but will
accept offer. Call Chris at 578-2451
8/16-8/18


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1993 Chevy Blazer Z71 Silverado, 5.7
liter, 4wd, w/towing package, auto trans,
grille guard, cruise control, pwr seat, doors,
and windows,, cold AC, FlowMaster
exhaust, fold-down rear seat, 10disc CD
changer, 200k miles well-maintained,
$3,500 080. 850-584-8497 or 850-838-
9520.
8/4-8/6
1987 Jeep Wrangler 4x4 new paint, new
tires and. rims, new seats front and rear,
two new,.tops one full and one bikini. 5
speed. $8,000 OBO. Call 850-584-6651.
8/9-8/16
2002 VW Beetle 1.8 liter Turbo Sport; 83K
miles; 5-spd;, black; heated leather seats,
pwr doors/windows, sun roof, sport
suspension, all-wheel disc brakes, 17"
alloy wheels, new "LeBra"' &'fitted dash
cover. 30 MPG $8,500 850-584-8497 or
850-838-9521.
8/4-9/6 .
2004 Ford Ranger white only 11k miles
still under warranty 4cyl/ auto/ ac/ cruise/
plenty of power 25 mpg city 28 mpg
highway 10,900. Call 584-4723.
8/11-8/18

'2001' 1200 cc Harley Sportster motorcycle
with custom rowe frame only 3500 miles
runs and looks great 40 plus mpg, only
6500 080 584-4723. .
8/11-8/18


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1998 Chevy Silverado, Fully loaded,
green, push button 4 wheel drive, stepside,
small body lift, $7600. Also 35" boggers
with rims, $500. Call 223-1970
8/11-8/16
2006 Jeep unlimited 4x4 silver black
softtop 1300 miles auto/ ac/ cruise/
warranty exc. condition stainless steel/
bumpers/ sidebars/ hinges/ etc. 30,000
invested sell for 22,500. Call 584-4723
8/11-8/16
FOR SALE 2005 Toyota 4-runner,
limited, 4-wd, garnet, AC, PS/PW, dual pwr
Seats, pwr door locks, tilt wheel, cruise
control, 4 wheel ABS traction control,
privacy glass, running boards alloy
wheels, towing package, multi compact
disc, saddle leather, pwr sun roof, roof
rack, spoiler, seminole pkg. trim, Only 13k
miles, excellent condition $39, 988 New,
asking $33,500 ($1000 below retail) Call
584-9882, 584-0635 or 843-1577
8/11-8/31
For Sale '83' Toyota pickup 4x4, lots of
work done, runs good, $1500 firm. 838-
2853
8/16-8/18
1985 AMC 4 wheel drive 258 in line 6
automatic cold air floor shifter bucket
seats $1200 OBO Bud Chute 850-843-
0127 www.motorvationsfl.com
8/16-9/1




For'Sale: 4001b,:' Yorkshire Sow. Call and
make offer .850) 371-1671..
8/9-8/18
Beagle puppies for sale $100 each Call
584-2615
8/11-9/6
Lab puppies 2 months old. Very healthy,
has had 1st parvo shots and have been
wormed. $30 each. 4 chocolate females
and 1 black. Call 584-8020.
8/16-8/18
Jack Russell Pups 1st shots andcwormed,
brown & white. $250. Call 838-6025
8/16-8/18


Free to good home Mother and 3 kittens.
Kittens are about 2 weeks old. Take one or
all. 838-3009.
8/16
Miniature Pinscher puppies for sale, 7
weeks old. 850-766-9539




Free pickup of junk cars/ trucks, farm
equipment arid abandoned or unwanted
vehicles. Top cash on all that run, Call
386-344-3930.
7/14-10/4.:
Someone to share carpool to Tallahassee,
vicinity of DOE bldg. Monday through
Friday Call 838-6309
V8 /1 58 3- ", .,. ...
Wanted: 1972 and older cars from pieces
to whole cars AND Dodge Caravans,
Plymouth Voyagers and Chrysler Town
and Country vans. Call Bud at 843-0127.
LOOKING FOR UNWANTED
APPLIANCES:
Refrigerators, Washers, Dryers,
Windows, AC Units, Working or
Non-working. Give me a call and
I'll pick it upl Call 843-0356.


NEED CASH?
GOT JUNK?
Got JUNK CARS, TRUCK?
I BUY SCRAP METALS!
.850-838-JUNK 5865)
State Certified Scales


Will mow pastures and other acreage and
lots. Tractor & bushhog or lawn mower.
Reasonable prices, good work call-Gary
Gamble 584-7373
8/16-8/18
SHARE NE 'S IRONING
Ironing in my home, very reasonable
prices. Live in town, you drop off and pick-
up. 850-584-5795 if no answer leave
message and I'll call you back.
8/16-9/1
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
Bush Hog Mowing, Dozer Work, Rake
Work, Land Clearing, Free Estimates. Call
(850) 843-2187.
4/5-9/15
Stump Grinding
Great Prices & Insured
Call Andy @850-778-6169.
8/11-9/6-
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.
8/2-8/30
Brenda & Teena's House Cleaning & Lawn
Mowing. Residential & Business. For
'Free Estimate call 850-223-2477.
8/2-9/22
Palm Trees Done Professionally! 20 year
experience, stump grinding, tree trimming,
Licensed & Insured. Call John at 850-612-
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
LLC, Jeff Wilson Tile installation, Tile
repair, re-grout, concrete coating. Call 838-
5929
5/5tfnJW
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
Wholesale Transmissions used & rebuilt. I
also buy old transmissions for Cores. 850-
843-2904, or 850-584-3193.
3/8tfnRS
Patty's Household Service affordable,
small projects, clean out, I can also help
with flower beds. Call 223-3907 or 850-
559-0144(cell)
7/28-8/25

The Handyman experts LLC, honest work!
Affordable, professional, licensed and
insured. Specializing in house painting,
interior, etc., mobile home repairs, home
maintenance, pressure washinri (wood ar.,,
. concrete) caipet, vinyl, wodd floor, :er.ramni
tile, and repairs. Call 584-2270 (home) or.
584-3776 (office). 25 years.
tfJM
STUMP GRINDING
AND
PRESSURE WASHING.
Free Estimates!!!
Call Billy Blue at
838-1307 or 672-0955
3/10tfnBB


1, Aaron A.F. Walsh, will not be
.responsible for any debts occurred by,
Bobbi J. Walsh, effective August 16, 2006,
other than my own:


NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR
STATEMENTS OF QUALIFICATIONS
The Taylor Coastal Water and Sewer
DisTict (District) is soliciting Statements of
Qualifications (SOQ) from Florida
Licensed Underground Utilities relative to
installation of wastewater grinder pump
stations and connection of these to our
cenTrahlized wastewater system.
Qualified firms or individuals desiring to
provide the required services must
submit three (3) copies of their SOQ in a
sealed envelope or similar package
marked "Statement of Qualifications for
Underground Utilities" to the Office
Manager located at 18820 Beach
Road, Perry, Florida, 32348, to arrive not
later than 3:00 pm local time on
September 19, 2006 All SOQs must have
the respondents name, Florida license
number, and mailing address clearly
shown on the outside of the envelope
or package. SOQs will be reviewed
and respondent announced at 6:00 pm
local time or as soon thereafter as
practical on September 26, 2006, in the
District Building located at 18820 Beach
Road. A Statement of Services
Requested may be obtained from the
Office Manager located in the Distri-.t
reserves the right to award any contract
to the respondent which it deems to
offer the best .overall service; therefore,
the District is not bound to award any
contract based on the lowest quoted
price or rates. The District, in its sole and
absolute discretion, also reserves the
right to waive any minor defects in the
process and to accept the bid
deemed to be in the District's best
interest. The District is an equal
opportunity employer.
8/11, 8/16


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. 417
Year of Issuance: 1999
Description of Property: PARCEL No.
RQ5480-000-26-04-07 *
LOT 5 of Block 4 of the J.H. Parker
Subdivision, according to the Map or
Plat thereof, recorded in Plot Book 1 at
Page 35 of the Public Records of Taylor
County, Florida.
Name in which assessed Chemical
Bank, as Trustee GCC Hornre Equity Trust
S.1990-1 .
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 11th day of
Se' e,.*nbe- :00 .3 i 0 ,c I,',:":t a.m.-
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Taylor, County, Florida
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that TAYLOJi:
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS the holder of-
the following certificate has filed sald -
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. 385
-Year of Issuance: 1999
Description of Property: PARCEL No7-
R05277-000-26-04-07
The West one-half of lot 4 block "D' of N^-
L. Smith Subdivision, According to th~e
plot of record in the office of the Clerk-
of the circuit court of Taylor County
Florida. (Plot book No. 1 page 82)
Name in which assessed Jerome E.-'
Steadmah
Said property being In the 'County of=:
,Taylor, State of Florida. .. ""b "
Unless such certificate shall be
redeemed according to low, the-=
property described Is such certificate. -:
shall be sold to the highest bidder at the: -.:
courthouse door on the 11th day or-T
September, 2006 at 11:00 o'clock a.m.
Dated this 7th day of August, 2006 ::
Annie Mae Murphy .
Clerk of Circuit Court
Taylor, County, Florida -
8/9, 8/16, 8/23, 8/30 -:

Notice of Public Hearing :
Hearing Date: September 5, 2006
Subject of Hearing:- The .Discipline Moat .:
Dean .
The District School Board of: Taylor '
County will hold a public hearing on the:,
above date for approval of' said;:
subject item. This hearing will be held at
the school board meeting. The public i t
Invited to attend to express thelfF'
opinions/ concerns. The public heoring;
will be held at the admlnistratlve:
complex, school board meeting roornmr
318 north'Clark Street. A ,copy of this .i,
policy may be obtained from the 2.
Superintendent's Office.
Oscar M. Howard
Superintendent of Schools
8/9, 8/16, 8/23, 8/30
Public Meeting Notice
(F.S. 101.5612)
Notice Is hereby given that the Pre;
Election Logic and Accuracy Test of the
Taylor County voting equipment will 6r
held on Saturday, August 19, 2006 qi
9:00 A.M., In. the Elections Office. 2nd
'Floor, County Courthouse., lI-.,
accordance with the Sunshine lows of.
Florida, this meeting will be open to the.'
public.
Signea Mliv Henary Liliot '-
Supervisor of Elections .
Taylor County
8/16 -.-:--

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Notice is hereby given to Paul Fli0ofr.
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payment Is made on Unit C-3 (Contents
household goods), contents will be sold-
on the 30th aay of August. 2006. a t-
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Notice is hereby given to Monica Wright,
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unless payment Is made on Unit B-23
(Contents household goods), contents
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B-8 The Taco Times August 16, 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,
jlly 5:
-Luther Clyde Clemons, 49, 191
NW Farley Street, Lake City,
VOP, Dep. Nowlin, TCSO.
:Danny Fletcher, 31 North
Jefferson Street, VOP (warrant for
DWLS), Dep. Hawkins, TCSO.
-C;lara D. Ratliff, 55, Charles
Sailer Lane, simple battery
Cdomestic), Dep. Burford, TCSO.
:-Bobbi Joe Shiver, 34, 4025
Charles Sadler Lane, domestic
battery, Dep. Burford, TCSO.
July 6:
-..Patrice Bena Sanders, 20, 718
E. Price Street, Philadelphia,
Penn., possession of more than 20
grams of cannabis, Dep. Cruse,
TCSO.
- Christopher Demetrius Elliott,
28, 1111 22nd Avenue South, St.,
Petersburgh, possession of more
tlian 20 grams of cannabis with
intent to sell, possession of a
fir6arm by a convicted felon,
operating a motor vehicle whilc
omimnitting a felony, Dep. Cruse,
TCSO.
.-.Valisha Latysha Williams, 21,
4143 Alberca Way South, St.
Petersburg, possession of more
than 20 grams of cannabis, Dep.
Cruse, TCSO.
-Mario Anthony Sermon, 18,
5520 6th Avenue South, St.
Petersburg, possession of more
thian 20 grams of cannabis, Dep.


Cruse, TCSO.
Mychal Ryan Padgett, 19,
South Graham Street, DWLS
(knowingly), Ptl. Kelly, PPD.
-Shauna Loonsfoot Calloway,
38, 8024 Marsan Lane, retail
theft, Ptl. Deeson, PPD.
Fredrick Ashley Stephenson,
44, Hwy. 51, Steinhatchee, VOP
for DUI, DWLS, Dep. McKenzie,
TCSO.
Herbert Wellington Hooper, 51,
1207 1/2 North Calhoun Street,
trespass after warning, Ptl.
Franklin, PPD.
July 7:
Michael Joseph Bailey, 45, 129
West Walnut Street, FTA for
disorderly conduct, Dep.
Hershberger, TCSO.
July 9:
Barbara Anne Lewis, 45, 317
Byron Butler Parkway, improper
exhibition of a firearm, possession
of a firearm by a convicted felon,
aggravated assault with a deadly
weapon, aggravated assault with a.
deadly weapon (domestic), Ptl.
Kelly, PPD.
Jackie Ellen Baumgardner, 44,
4929 Jones Baumgardner Lane,
DUI (3rd--felony), child abuse,
DWLS, refusing breath test (2nd
offense), Sgt. Smith, FHP.
Chamois Wells, 26, 500 Block
of West Drew Street, VOP
(trespass of an occupied structure),
Ptl. Curry, PPD.
Samantha Murray Gibson, 24,
2102 Bernard Johnson Road, grand
theft, burglary, Ptl. Norris, PPD.
Byron Duane Fisk, 36, 3209
Hwy. 231, Panama City, warrant
for FTA, Dep. Burford, TCSO.


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William Jerome Thacker, 32,
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Hershberger, TCSO.
July 10:
Mychal Ryan Padgett, 19, 1414
South Graham Street, grand theft,
forgery, uttering a forgery,
burglary, Ptl. Cooper, PPD.
July 11:
Robert Stevens Jr., 27, 3657
Hwy. 221, VOP (burglary of a
conveyance, petit theft), Sgt.
Nowlin, TCSO.
Heather LaCosta Cruce, 23, 809
East Page Street, VOP for
cheating, Off. Gorby, DOC.
Kevin S. Clark, 24, 2055 Golf
Course Road, VOP (DWLS--
habitual, battery), Dep. Hayden,
TCSO.
Kevin Thomas Hart, 34, Z692
Foley Cut-Off Road, battery
(domestic), Dep. Whetsel, TCSO.
Matthew Todd Knight, 41, 203
Forest Circle, possession of
cocaine, Ptl. Cooper, PPD.
July 12:
Jason L. Bolden, 21, 1010
South Bryant Street, VOP for
DWLS, Ptl. Curry, PPD.
July 13:
George L. Cook, 37, 303 First
Street, VOP (FTA for domestic
violence), Off. Gorby, DOC.
Simm D. Parker, 25, 1510


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Ezell Beach Road, VOP (fleeing,
DUI, reckless driving, Dep.
Hawkins, TCSO.
Gene Edward Russell, 45,
16255 U.S. Hwy. 19 South, VOP
(uttering a forgery), Off. Gorby,
DOC.
Kayla Robin Brinson, 17, 808
South Bryant Parkway, VOP
(possession of cocaine), Ptl.
Franklin, PPD.
John 'Elton Hathcock, 21, no
address, battery (domestic), VOP
for grand theft, Dep. Folsom,
TCSq.
Marc Robert Poindexter, 43,
795 Charles Hendry Road,
domestic battery, Dep. Upshaw,
TCSO.
July 14:
Lee Bern Hunter, 39, 717 West
Veterans Drive, order to take into
custody, Dep. Hershberger,
TCSO.
Derek Miller, 43, 1116 East
Main Street, possession of
cocaine, possession of drug
paraphernalia, Ptl. Kelly, PPD.
Elijah Blackshear, 26, 1612
South Woodard Street, disorderly
intoxication, criminal mischief,
Ptl. Campbell, TCSO.
Misty Lynn Chastain, 39, 136
Northeastern First Street,
Steinhatchee, petit theft, Dep.
Upshaw, TCSO.


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