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Creation Date: November 29, 2006
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November 29, 2096


Taco. times


'I'll (I Sect'('ioli


Before the Public Service Commission




State hearing set for TEC


The next step in the permitting
process for the Taylor Energy
Center will be taking place early
next year when the Florida Public
Service Commission holds a
public hearing to investigate the
need for the proposed power
plant.
A number of people and


Snow

blankets

downtown

Friday
Families are invited to share the
spirit of the season during a very
special Downtown Christmas on the
Square & Festival of Lights Friday,
Dec. 1, featuring a first for Perry--a
bonafide Snow Play Area.
The young and young-at-heart are
invited to have fun in the snow area,
which will be set up in the -open
parking lot on Washington Street.
Leading off the celebration will be a
"cruise-in" of antique and classic cars
at 5:40 p.m.
Next, a lighting ceremony will be
held in the courthouse parking lot at
6 p.m., followed by the "National
Anthem" and "Silent Night," both to be
performed by Aimee Roberts.
The snow. area will open at
6:10 p.m., to coincide with a wealth of
holiday activities planned around the
square, including: live entertainment
.by the Sweet Water Spqecial bluegrass
band, children's train rides, a Little
People Petting Zoo, face painting, a
strolling Santa and much more.
At 7 p.m., a student talent show will
be presented in the courthouse
parking lot.
Horse rides and a moon walk will be
set up in City Park; horse-drawn
carriage rides will be available at the
corner of Washington and Green
Streets (tickets available at Sisters'
Mercantile).
Free photos with Santa will be
offered at Gulf Breeze Realty on Main
-Street and Christopher James will
host a Christmas tree lighting
ceremony at his holiday shoppe on
'Jefferson Street (best known at the
Greystone) at 6:30 p.m.
The event is being presented by the
Downtown Partnership, along with
Snow Play Area sponsor, the Taylor
County Tourism Development Council
(TDC).

Leadership Councl meets
at Jerd is
All members of the Taylor County
Leadership Council are encouraged to
attend a Saturday, Dec. 2, meeting at
Jerkins Community Center.
The meeting will start at 5 p.m.

Festival wrap-up today
at ch mbr
The Florida Forest Festival Board of
Directors will meet today (Wednesday)
at the-Perry/raylor County Chamber of
Commerce.
All members are asked to be
present; the meeting will begin at
3:30 p.m. Anyone unable to attend is
asked to contact Chairman Mark Viola
at 584-5513 or the festival office. at
584-TREE (8733).



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organizations, including several
from Taylor County, have
petitioned with the commission to
become intervenors (parties to the
proceedings) in the hearing.
Diane Whitfield and Carole Taitt
of Taylor County, as well as
Rebecca Armstrong and John Carl
Whitton Jr. of Tallahassee, the


Natural Resource Defense Council
and the Sierra Club have filed with
the commission. Another
Tallahassee resident, Anthony
Viegbesie, who unsuccessfully ran
for the Tallahassee City
Commission against incumbent
Debbie Lightsey earlier this
month, has filed as well.


Whitfield and Taitt are being
represented by WildLaw.
The four utilities behind the
project--Florida Municipal Power
Agency, Jacksonville Electric
Authority, Reedy Creek
Improvement District and the City
of Tallahassee--petitioned the
commission to hold the hearing t6


No injuries
The 18-year-old driver of this overturned truck escaped injury Monday afternoon. The one-vehicle crash occurred
about 10 miles south of Perry on Highway 19 (just past Athena). Florida Highway Patrol Trooper Chucky Swindle
is handling the report. .


determine whether the proposed
800-megawatt, coal-fired power
plant to be located in Taylor
County is needed.
The Taylor County Commission
approved two comprehensive land
amendments last week during a
,,"* Please see page 8



Man shot


in head;


details


sketchy
A Perry rpn was shot in the
head at his home Wednesday, Nov.
22, and law enforcement officers
are asking for help in finding the
shooter.
According to Taylor County
Sheriffs Office Inv. Lt. Ron Rice,
a call was received last Wednesday
at 5:48 p.m. about a possible
shooting at a Watts Lane address.
Officers responded to the
residence and secured the scene,
which allowed Doctors' Memorial
Hospital Emergency Medical
Services personnel to treat the
victim, Billy Davis, 27.
Florida Department of Law
:Enforcement (FDLE) Special
Agent Brian Falstrom was called
",, Please see page 2


Hit-and-run victim dragged by truck


A Perry man was lifeflighted to a
Tallahassee hospital last week with
bleeding in his brain and a spinal
cord injury after he was dragged by
a vehicle down a city street


approximately 50 feet.
Perry Police Department Ptl. Lin
Gray said he was called to Wilder
Street in reference to a man lying
in the roadway on his back, in


obvious pain.
"I could see that he had a large
hematoma (blood swelling under
the skin) on the right side of his
forehead and it appeared to be cut


Adams Beach: 2006 hurricane capital?


The strongest winds to hit the
Florida coast during. the 2006
hurricane season came on shore at
Adams Beach, according to
official records.
This year's hurricane season
winds down this Thursday with a
wimper after dire predictions


earlier this year by experts at
Colorado State University who
called for 17 named storms that
could cause catastrophic damage
to the Sunshine State.
Actually, it was the calmest
hurricane season in a decade with
only five of the nine named storms


reaching hurricane force (74 mph
winds).
Most of the storms turned north
into the open Atlantic Ocean. Only
one storm came into the Gulf of
Mexico, the fewest since 1997.
"* Please see page 2


as well," said Gray.
"He also had blood on his
forehead which was running down
the right side of his face. The man,
identified as Martie King, 46, was
moaning continuously in pain, but
I could not get him to respond to
my questions," Gray added.
Witnesses at the scene said a
dark brown or gray, newer model
Ford Ranger extended cab truck
with dark tinted windows had
stopped to speak to King, when the
truck suddenly accelerated,
"dragging King down the road
before he fell off, onto the
pavement at the comer of Wilder


and Dundee streets," said Gray.
"The truck was being driven by a
white male, with a white female
also in the truck.
'The witnesses said it appeared
that King's arm got hung up in the
passenger side window and the
truck drove down the street with
him in the window until he fell
off," he.added.
Doctors' Memorial Hospital
Emergency Medical Services was
.called to the scene where EMT R.
B. Lee and Paramedic Billy
Lescanic treated King before he
"- Please see page 2


Nice to meet you, Mr. President


By ANGELA M. CASTELUCCI
Staff writer
"Mom, you're not going to
believe what just happened..."
With those words, Robin
Gardiner Poncia of Victoria,
Canada, began relating to her
mother, Elouise Gardiner of Perry,
how her youngest son had been
just invited to meet former
President Bill Clinton.
The meeting was sparked by a
letter nine-year-old Jamie Poncia
enclosed along with a $204
donation to the Clinton
Foundation.
In the letter, Poncia shared how
he had made "conkers," a horse
chestnut on a string, and sold them
at school to raise money for
medicine for AIDS-infected
children.
"Jamie had told me some time
back about his fundraiser and I had
encouraged him in it. I thought it
was a wonderful idea and felt he
went about it the right way, getting
permission to sell them in the
school. I never realized he would
be able to raise that much money,
but was certainly delighted when I
heard that he had," Gardiner said.
"Then Robin called me and said
that Clinton's office had just called
and wanted them to bring Jamie to
a VIP reception that was being
held there in Victoria. His office
also told them that Jamie would be
the only young person there and


that he could bring three
guests...mom, dad and older
brother.
"They got in the line where
Clinton was shaking everyone's
hand and expected just a
handshake and to go on through
the line, but Mr. Clinton's aide
whispered to him who Jamie was
and Clinton stopped the line
completely and talked to the
family for several minutes. He told
Jamie how proud he was of him
and did he realize that he had
saved a child's life for that year
with his $200 donation?" Gardiner
said.
The family also received tickets
for four front row seats for the
speech Clinton delivered
following the reception.
Jamie's father, Wayne Poncia,
added, "Once all the excitement
was over, we went to the arena to
hear Bill Clinton speak. To our
surprise, Mr. Clinton recognized
Jamie in his speech.
"As a family we then went out
for lunch, and a chance to absorb
and reflect on the experience. My
cell phone rang and a local
television station asked to
interview Jamie. We were off to
the station for the interview next.
Finally, the next morning we
awoke to a newspaper article in
our local paper (Victoria Times
"** Please see page 2


Former president Bill Clinton personally recognized Jamie Poncia, the grandson of Elouise
Gardiner of Perry, during a recent appearance in Victoria, Canada. Joining Jamie at the VIP
reception were his parents, Wayne and Robin Gardiner Poncia, and older brother, Cameron.
Jamie raised $204 for the Clinton Foundation's AIDS initiative that specifically addresses
helping children infected with the virus.


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A-2 Taco Times November 29, 2006


Motorcycle chase hits 100


A San Antonio (near Lakeland)
man who had fled from Wakulla
County law enforcement and the
Florida Highway Patrol, led
officers in Perry in speeds of more
than 100 mph in a successful run
through the county before
being apprehended in Lafayette
County.
Perry Police Department Ptl.
Dwight Norris said he received a
BOLO (Be On the Look Out) for a
motorcycle and rider which had
evaded Wakulla County officers
and was headed toward Perry.
Norris said he made contact with


the motorcycle at Hwy. 98 and
Golf Course Road.
"As I attempted to pull behind
the motorcycle," Norris said, "the
driver accelerated and passed three
vehicles on the right hand side of
the road, fleeing east at over 100
mph."
While in pursuit, Norris asked
PPD Ptl. Kyle Johnson and Sgt.
Dodd Franklin to shut down the
intersection of U.S. Hwy. 19 and
Hwy. 98.
The motorcycle driver, later
identified as Robert Shane Helms,
24, made a right turn through the


vacant lot at the intersection,
continuing his run down U.S. 19
South.
The driver kept going, cranking
up speeds, once again, of 100
mph., with Norris and PPD Ptl.
Garrett Campbell in pursuit,
running through the intersection of
U.S. 19 and Puckett Road, "almost
causing a crash."
Norris said he discontinued the
chase as he watched Helms turn
onto County Road 30. The


Lafayette County Sheriffs Office
was advised of the pursuit and
finally arrested Helms after a high-
speed chase through that
county.
If extradited back to Taylor
County, he will face charges
including fleeing and attempting to
elude law enforcement officers,
reckless driving and violation of
drivers license restrictions.
Helms had no license to operate
a motorcycle.


Shooting incident is being

'aggressively investigated'


SHOT
Continued from page 1
to assist TCSO Inv. Donna Lee
in the case. The FDLE mobile
crime unit was also called to
help gather information and
evidence.
Davis was treated at the scene
for injuries "consistent to
gunshot wounds to the head," by
EMTs Michael Lundy, Darby
Gibson, and R. B. Lee, along


with Paramnedic Debra Langford.
He was then taken to DMH
where he was flown to
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital
by DMH AirMedic One
transport helicopter, "due to the
* seriousness of the injuries."
Rice said the case will be
"aggressively investigated until
it is concluded."
Anyone with information
should call Lee at 838-3535. All
callers may remain anonymous.


Eye witnesses asked


to contact police dept.


HIT-AND-RUN
Continued from page 1
was eventually flown by DMH
AirMedic One transport hospital to
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital.
Gray said later he made several
unsuccessful calls to TMH to
check on King's condition, but was
unsuccessful.
"I then contacted Tallahassee'
Police Department and requested
that an officer go by and checkon
King for me. Several minutes later,


an officer contacted me and said
King was still in the emergency
room in critical condition.
"He said that King had a spinal
cord injury, a closed head injury
and his brain was bleeding," said
Gray.
Law enforcement is asking
anyone who saw the above
described vehicle in the
Wilder/Dundee streets area last
Tuesday, shortly after midnight, to
please PPD at 584-5121. All
callers may remain anonymous.


Jamie Poncia, above, decided that he wanted to raise money
to help fund medicines for children dying of AIDS. He visited
the Clinton Foundation website and discovered that $200
would save a child's life for a year, giving that child not only
all the medicine he would need but also the medical attention
and care that would be required.



Taylor grandmother


'bursting with pride'


MR. PRESIDENT
Continued from page 1
Colonist) as well as the national
Globe and Mail newspaper.
"All in all, it was a remarkable
24 hours and a privilege for Jamie
and his family to meet and be
recognized by Mr. Clinton. We are
very proud of Jamie's efforts and


thankful to Mr. Clinton for
singling him out."
As for Jamie's reaction, Gardiner
said, "He has been very
laidback--he's just thinking of
what he's going to do next to
raise money for the
foundation.
"Needless to say, I'm just
bursting with pride."


Although the two
comprehensive amendments
concerning the Taylor Energy
Center drew large crowds and
lengthy testimony during two
public hearings, the commission
also recently approved two other
applications, one to correct an
commission in the comp plan and
one to change the land-use
designation for a 10-acre parcel
near the Econfina River.
The commission agreed to
transmit both amendments. to the
state's Department of Community
Affairs following public hearings
held during its regular board
meeting earlier this month.
The first amendment was an
application from the Board of
County Commissioners to add two
new land-use categories: a public
land use category which allows
educational, recreational,
institutional, conservation and
public service/utilities and a
Aviation Related Commercial land
use category which allows


industrial, commercial,
institutional and office related to
aviation as well as government and
other public uses and essential
services.
According to Danny Griner with
the county's building and planning
department, the amendment was to
clear up a discrepancy where the
two land use categories are listed
in the land development code as
well as the future land use map,
but not in the comp plan.
Commissioner Jack Brown
made the motion to approve the
application with Commissioner
Pat Patterson seconding. The
measure passed unanimously.
The second application was for a
small scale amendment sponsored
by attorney Trey Howard, as agent
for Powell Hammock Venture
LLC, to amend the future land use
classification of 10 acres from
Agriculture-2 (one unit per 10
acres) to water oriented commerce..
According to Howard, the land
is near the intersection of Paul
Hammock Grade and Hwy. 98 and
would be used for canoe rentals as
well as camping facilities.


HURRICANE
Continued from page 1
Alberto came onshore as a
weakening tropical storm on June
13 around Adams Beach with
winds of about 45 mph.
Alberto brought some much


needed rain to the area and caused
only minor coastal flooding due to
its storm surge.
For a few days, news media
from all over the country were in
Taylor County, including Fox
News' Greta Van Susteran, who
interviewed County Commissioner


Clay Bethea and others.
Experts now say a combination
of dry Sahara dust, a high
pressure system far east of
Bermuda and a rapidly growing El
Nino in the tropical Pacific Ocean
all contributed to keeping the 2006
hurricane season tranquil.


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Celebrates

Downtown Christmas on the Square

Friday, Dec. 1 ~ 5:30 9:00 p.m.

Come by and visit our booth!


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Living


Every day is Christmas

at the old Greystone...
Christmas has been celebrated in the old Greystone since 1904, but
beginning this year, every day is Christmas.
Recently purchased by Christopher and Leah James, the historic home
now houses their Christmas Shoppe which will be showcased on this
year's Tour of Homes planned for Sunday from 1 until 5 p.m.
Built at the turn of the century by local merchant and hotel owner, Ottis
Faulkner, the home was a wedding gift to his daughter. It served as a
private residence until 1918 when it became the Greystone Hotel and
thrived until the Great Depression closed its doors. The home then
transformed itself into the Greystone Apartments and changed hands
several times -before it was purchased by the Zeigler Family and returned
to its role as an apartment house. The wrecking ball was in its future until
the downtown landmark was rescued by Steve Simmons, from whom the
Jameses purchased the home.
"Greystone" is a natural name for the structure because its exterior of
grey stones. was shipped by rail for construction. It hails back to the
Victorian Era but also boasts some Southern architectural charm with
sprawling porches, plantation columns, 13 rooms and nine fireplaces.
Still need. tickets to Sunday's tour? Visit Sisters' Mercantile, Cox
Electronics, or call Iris Parker at 584-9656. Tickets are $15.


Quinsha (Shay) Stephens, left, is shown with the 2006

Stephens named Miss

Teen Essence for 2006
Miss Quinsha (Shay) Stephens was crowned Miss Teen Essence 2006
during pageant ceremonies held Nov. 11 at the Taylor County High School
Gymnatorium.
Stephens is the daughter of Angela Bell and Daniel Lawson.
First runner-up in the pageant was Cierra Sparrow; second runner-up
was Chelsea Sparrow; and third runner-up was Tandela Jackson.
"We would like to extend a sincere, heartfelt 'thank you' to everyone
who took part in the event this year," said Adrianne Conde who chaired the
pageant along with Chrisann Cook. Lisa Jay and Renee Robinson.
"The commrnnlUt siippor, v.:.i the greatest, and we look forward to
,torkinig itih e\,er,,.ne at nei ,car's competition."
The theme tor ithis ear's pa-eani was, "When Beauty Comes to Life."
"Mi.^ Teen E-s-ence is a poMtiae-based pageant focusing on the beauty
of mind. bod% and pirni." said Conde. "Our motto was, 'We're striving for
the tuturc. and learning from the p.,t.'"
C.oleb NI Rea-.e. s-ered :a-. nmater of ceremonies. Entertainment for
the pi ogramni \.is pro: ided b MiN i TCHS 2005 Ashley Scott and the talent
'., runner from MiN..ss Tecrn Esenrce 2.1015, Terra Cook.
Conte.i.an;ts presented a n opening dance number, and were featured on
thc rund a, In fjthion. e\ ening Oiv ii and talent competitions.
The '. inner ccer ed $5500 1a.h is well as a crown and trophy, arm
bouquet and oift ceilifl,.re,
Runners-uip each reccir ed im,',neLary prizes of $250, $100 and. $75
t respecii. ,el, I alionr v. ih other i I ti


Miss Teen Essence Court following the Nov. 11 pageant.


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.Christopher and Leah James will welcome tour guests at
their home Sunday and also at the old Greystone. Other tour
stops include the homes of:,June and Jeff Byers, Lynda and
Bobby Edwards, and Ann and Branson Fisher.

New Arrival
Michael Hayes Griffin
Terry and Leanne Griffin of Hahira, Ga., announce the birth of their sort,
Michael Hayes Griffin, on Nov. 11, 2006, in Albany, Ga.
NM.-iernal grandparents are Calvin and Sandi Oiler of Perry, and John
Ha.i -'t Green Cove Springs'.
. Mltern l great grandparents are Ray and Gwen Evans of Perry.
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Outside Shops New Hours: Sat-Sun 10-4 Antiques
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Sunday, from 9 a nmR LiitlIl 7 p in
at 119 E. Green St., Suate 203.
Tasting calf..
A tasting party and "comical
floral design presentation" will
be held Thursday, Nov. 30, at the
Perry Garden.Club from 4 until 7
p.m.. Need ideas? Need help?
Designs, swags and wreaths will
be featured, along with an
assortment of holiday foods and
cocktail spreads.


Celebrating 33 years!



Kids, Teens & Adults
Tuesday & Thursdays
* Executive Karate 12:05-1:00 pm
* Beginner Karate (8-12 yr. old)
3:15-4:15 pm
* Novice Karate 4:30-5:30 pm
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remind friends and fami y of their wedding
Saturday, December 2, 200oo

4:00 o .m.
NQew 1-Come 'Baytist Church

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Taylor Coastal- Communities Association
invites you to the 10th annual

SANTA

BY AIR BOAT
Hodges Park at Keaton Beach
SSaturday,; ec. 9 ~ 11 a.m.
Each child gets to talk with Santa
and receives a Goodie Bag


Bring your camera!
$1.00 Raffle Tickets for Door Prizes to be given away at 12:00 noon


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Soccer girls hope to hit stride
up.--


After beginning the 2Oi116-21.i"
soccer season with .) couple of
firsts for the program the '.arsnit
girls hae hit some bump' in the
road.
In the preseason clas.ic held at
Lie Oak. a tournament the cirl.,
had never on, the Bulldogs.
defeated Santa Fe 3-1 and earned a
firsi time eter win oker Li'.e Oak
4-1, to .win the tournamicni.
Keeping their fa.- start in tact.,
the girls then took on 5A Lake
CiEt in the regular season opener
and dow ned the Tigers 5-2 behind
two Katie Cooper goals and single
goals bN Jenni Cantrell. Chelsea
Mathers and Jennifer Hunter
Assists in the game w.ere credited
to Cameron Myers, Cantirell and


Cooper
Next the Bulldogs of Li.e i 'al..
came hto rin looking for re'.erne
and oti ,1 i h a 4.- 'hului ii
Tailor Counti on a da., liLcr
h. 'mlccoming gjmei
The TCHS ill% would thr n
look toi begin District pla'i iih a
trip ito Hmilion Counit but
se\en minute in:, the Ciame a
iransf-ormer in t.io n ble\. up and
the %%hole cI) blacked oui and ih..
game had to be suspended d and
rescheduled for December I''. at 5
p m in Jaspir
The nei District game 'a.'. the
trls travel t,. Tall.vhaee i t akec
on Florida High. hih toughc.-s
district competition. The ictJm
started off slo.h falling belind by


2 in [h,: tir I h.ilf -I t. ,rc K JIL,
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ilh, dctl:.li i ,,r. t'r .. the hialt
Tlie ,'n.d hill .a'.'. a ,more up-
icnip'o z..airt and Co. opr rncc
....in L a hr, : A .. Ii.'.a anrd .'':ored
I iI0. i i he ..irre In a Iamre that
i',t.ed .Is ihouch it iwa'. L'oing to
end in a iic. Fl,:rida Hie'h broke
Tal. ir', li ris ,.. hi ri ih pul a
Li.,al iri ith luIS[ undcr I .wo
miiriiiin s to pla\ 10 pi i their first
I'.n ol L'.Il Taj i it Cif -unti, in I'ears
Geminui back i:.n hi.: inninL'
ir.ick did 'l I..Likc lI-,ni as [ihe
BullJvtL ,,i:4: district fue Madison
Counri, nc.i and bhhilnd i Jenni
Canirell h.i-irick i? eoials in A.
gami i do. rned ith C',.. girls 4-1.


Katie Holden (right) is shown taking on a Lake City Richardson player.


TCMS girls are 2-2 thus far


Cindy \ilson would score the
other TCHS goal
The ne\t contest would pil the
'Dogs against the Rickards Raiders
and the girls would put on their
mrost dominjaing performance to
date Behind four Cooper goals
the Bulldogs would post a "-0
shutout Also scoring %would be
Jenni Cantrell, Kacy Parks, and
Tom Craighead (a player pulled up
from the N squad).
Going into the next game of the
season against W\akulla. the
inconsistent play would return and
the team would fall to the War
Eagles 2-1 with Craighead scoring
the lone goal.
"It is hard to pinpoint the
problems this season so far. We
have had a couple of injuries and
we are not playing as a team yet.
There are some "people out for
personal achievements instead of
team achievemenLs and until we
fix that problem; and get our
injured players back We are going
to struggle some. I do belie% e by
the end of the -season when the
District tournament comes around
we will be clicking on all
cylinders," Coach Dale Brewer
said.
The next home game for the
girls will be Thursday, Nov. 30th
at 7 p.m. against Florida High and
the players and coach-are urging
fans to come out. aind show the
girls some support and help them
defeat the Seminoles.


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Kacy Parks works to control the ball during recent action



TCMS basketball


tips
The Taylor
School basketball
to tip off the
Tuesday with hot
Suwannee.
Both boys and
be participating
division of the
Conference this
teams in the divis
City Middle,
Richardson, M
Central and Suwa
After Tuesday
both teams hit th
for contests in
return home Frid
The girls will p
followed at 5:45
team.
Coaching the
season are Vaugh
Johnson'. '
Team members


off this week

County Middle Briskett, Jakari Cook, 'Koran
I program was set Crowley, Styles Gibson, Tyler
2006-07 season Harris, James Houston, Tony
me games against Jackson, Steve Johnson, Curtis
Mango, Adrian Nelson, Isaac
I girls teams will Nelson, Zu Qwa Ray, Brion
in the western Scott, James Strawter, William
North Florida Wentworth and managers Sha'kier
s season. Other August, Damion Hamilton,
sion include Lake Sebaston Sadler and Terrance
Lake City Johnson.
ladison County Lu Wood returns to coach the
nnee Middle. girls' team, assisted by Peggy
''s home opener, Williams.
he road Thursday
Madison then Thirteen players make up this
ay to face Mayo. year's squad including Kanisha
lay at 4:30 p.m. Graham, Ashley Nelson, Asia
p.m. by the boys' Nelson, Angela White, Sa'Mia
August, Keyaria Anderson, Kia
boys squad this Fitchett, Gabrielle Rawls,
ian Early and Jeff Arneshia Stephens, Nikitress
sin : ;'a Smith, Kanesha Hugger, Chelsea
s include: Samuel Tucker and Kiki Anderson.


The Taylor County Middle
School girls soccer has gotten off
to a good start this season, with
wins this season over Lafayette
County and Lake City Richardson.
The Lady Bulldogs came up short
in two other games against two of
the strongest teams they'll face all
season, those teams being
Suwannee County and Lake City
Middle.
"We're real proud of the girls so
far this season. We're young and it
shows, but we're getting better
each game", said Head Coach
Jofiathan Mauk. "We've got to
continue to work on some aspects
of our. game so that we can be
more competitive with some of
these tough teams on our schedule
down the road."
The TCMS girls opened with a
4-2 loss to conference foe
Suwannee.
"It was close down to the end,
but mental mistakes cost us in the
box", said Mauk. "We're looking
forward to playing them again."
Next up was Lafayette County
who had a mix of middle school
and high school freshman on their
squad.
"We didn't tell our girls until
halftime that the\ were playing.
against some high school .girls.
* because we didn't want them to be
intimidated," said Mauk. "Once
the girls realized that they could
play against some older players,
they played with a lot of
confidence in the second half,-
scoring 3 goals during that time. I
also made some lineup changes
that really made a difference in the
game. Moving Katie Holden back


to center defender really helped our
defense against Mayo."
The final score in that game was
4-1, in favor of Perry.
On Nov. 16, Lake City Middle
School came to town with a very
strong team.
"We played with them for a
half, but we couldn't maintain the
intensity during the second half
and.that cost us,".said Assistant
Coach Kasey Roberts. I ,
"We showed we can play with
them but we just have to do a
better job winning' the ball and
clearing it out of our end of the
field. We're young ,,and
inexperienced right now, but I like
the direction we're heading. The
girls are eager to learn and'work
hard everyday in practice and that's
what's going to make this team ,a
serious threat during conference
playoffs at the end of the season.
"We're trying to get some of the
inexperience players more game
time and it's tough learning under
fire, but a couple girls, Hanna'
Blanco and Hope Gonzalez, really
gave us 'some quality minutes
when they got in the game," she
added.
Last Monday the Lady Bulldogs
hosted Lake City Richardson. The
Bulldogs completely dominated
that game outshooting Richardson
26 to 3.
"We scored early and had so
many wide open shots on goal '
that I think the girls just rushed
their shots not believing their
good fortune," said Mauk. 'I've
never seen so many missed shots
on a wide-open goal. You've got
to give.credit to the Richardson


keeper. She was under fire all
night and responded well. I think
we'll spend some time next week.
in practice working on placing the
ball in the part of the net where
the goalie isn't.
"As for our keeper, our starter
Elizabeth Devane was out for the
game, so we had to use our
backup goalkeeper, Shae Horner.
Shae did an excellent job for us
against Richardson. She played
with an injured finger, which
caused her to be in pain the entire
game. I'm really proud of her," he
,added.
Taylor went on to win 2-0.
Scoring for the Bulldogs this
,young season has been by done by
several Bulldog players, led by
Savannah Cantrell with 5 goals
',and 3 assist. She's followed by
Jenna Wilson, two goals;
Courtney Brown, one goal and 1
assist; Ashley Mixon, 1 goal;
,'Sarah Meecham, 1 assist; Macy
Gregory, 1 assist; and Shae Horner
1 ,assist.
Defensively, Taylor County has
used several players trying to firid;
the right combination on "D."
Contributing this year has been
Ciara Perkins, ,Macy Gregory,
Katie Holdin, Abbi Walker,
Shanna Pittman, Candice Story,
KC Nelson, Macey Sadler, and
Whitney Young. The midfield has'
been suppo.ried early on by Jackie
Noles, Ciera Ormsby, and Tiffany
Nix.

The Bulldogs next home game
is against Florida High before a
November 30th rematch at
Suwannee Countv.-


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Religion


A-7 Taco Times November 29, 2006


Antioch celebrates 50th anniversary


Antioch Missionary Baptist Church of Foley merged with New White presiding on the second and On Saturc
Church will celebrate its 50th Hope in Perry to become Antioch. fourth Sundays." family and
anniversary this weekend with a "The merger was done under the The 50 years have brought many Antioch
series of services and fellowship leadership of the Rev. Orell Lewis, changes, "but all were done to Church wil
activities, who also led worship services for glorify God and all of his Jerkins
Members remember that it was the first and third Sundays of each greatness," said a spokesperson for beginning at
in 1956 that the First Baptist month, with the Rev. Alexander the church. Then on


Men gather Friday for devotional,


All men are invited!
The monthly gathering of men which includes lunch and a brief
inspirational message by the Rev. Eddie Blalock will be held Friday, Dec.
1, at the M.A. Rigoni Cookhouse op North U.S. 19 (north of the former
Highway Patrol Station).
Lunch will be served at 11:30 a.m. until 12:15 p.m. followed by the
message which will conclude at 12:35 p.m.
The cost is $5; all men are invited.
Cornerstone announces changes
December is bringing changes to Cornerstone Fellowship Church,
which is located in Perry Plaza. Sunday morning worship will now begin
at 10:30 a.m. and there will be no Sunday evening services; instead, small
groups have been organized.
On Wednesday evenings, kids' services will be held from 6 until 8 p.m.

'Spirit-filled' services held

during Triumph's Dual Day


By B.D. WILLIAMS
On Sunday afternoon there was
a grand time at the Triumph
Church on Schwartz Street, where
we met and celebrated their
Annual Dual Day. The guest
speaker was the Rev. Leroy
Colson, of New St.' John AME
Church in Tallahassee. He was
accompanied by his congregation
and choir. The services were spirit
filled and well attended by people
from in and out of town.
J. L. Shaw of Miami was the
Thanksgiving houseguest of his
sister, Mrs. Inez Griffin, and
family. While here he visited his
other sister, Dorethea and family.
Mrs. B.D. Williams joined the
family in having Thanksgiving
dinner at the home of Mrs: Inez
Griffin and family.
Mr.',and'\-l'. D.o id Holland of
Vidalia, Ga., were the
Thanksgiving houseguests here for


their mother Mrs. Johnnie Bell and
daughter. They also visited Mrs.
B.D. Williams.
Mrs. Louise Taylor, of Miami,
spent the holidays here with her
sister Mrs. Annie Mae Neely and
family. While being here she had a
brief visit with other friends.
Mrs. Ernestine Washington and
husband George who have been on
the. sick list for some time, had
Mrs. Washington's niece and
nephew, Mrs. Pearlie Mae Jones,
and Mr. Michael Jones from
Jacksonville, to visit with them
duritig the Thanksgiving holidays.
Mrs. Bertha Lee Washington
spent Thanksgiving in Tampa with
her daughter and family.
All of Mrs. Willie E. Johnson's
children were here with her for
Thanksgiving: Kenneth and
Carmen Dennis, illie J.I Dennis'?"
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Make a contribution to place an Angel, Bell or Bow
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of your loved ones at one of the locations listed.
For more information, call 838-9308


Deadline for local church news is 11
a.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. News
is published as space is available.



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lay, Dec. 2, the church
community friends of
Missionary Baptist
.1 hold a banquet at
Community Center
t 6 p.m.
Sunday, Dec. 3, the


lunch


On the first Saturday of each month, including this Saturday, there will
be a "Fusion" youth event at 6:30 p.m.
For more details on any of these services or activities, please visit the
church's website: www.yourcornerstonechurch.com.
SHARE sign-up is today, Thursday.
Sign-up for the next SHARE food distribution is today from 9 a.m. until
12:30 p.m., and Thursday, Nov. 30, from 12:30 until 4 p.m. Holiday
baskets, which cost $20, include; a 3.5-pound pork roast, winter
vegetables, egg noodles, an 8-inoh apple pie, 12 oz. of strawberries and
rolls. Each holiday basket (of uncooked food) is $20 which must be paid
at sign-up at the First United Methodist Church. Delivery of the food
baskets is scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 16.
Monthly sing at Church of God
The Perry First Church of God on Highway 221 North will have its
monthly sing on Saturday, Dec. 2, at 7 p.m. featuring the Holy Ground
Quartet and Crimson Flow. Snacks will be served at 5:30 p.m.; everyone
is invited to attend.


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Antioch Church family and friends
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WHAT WOULD JESUS DO?No. 27

JESUS WOULD EVANGELIZE

By Bill Blue
People often times place importance on a person's final words.
What can lessons can we learn from Jesus' final instructions to
the apostles before He ascended into heaven?

Jesus expects us to evangelize. The books of Matthew, Mark,
Luke, John and Acts all record that Jesus' final instructions to
the apostles included the commands to preach the gospel (Matt.
28:19; Mark 16:15-16; Luke 24:44-52, John 21:15-17;'Acts
.1:8).

Matthew and Mark quote Jesus as requiring the Gospel to be
preached in "all nations" (Matt. 28:20; Luke 24:47), and to "the
whole human race" (Mark 16:15 Amplified Bible).

Jesus expects us to preach the necessity of baptism. According
to Jesus, baptism is necessary for salvation (Mark 16:16), and
to become one of His disciples (Matt. 28:19). Luke records
that Jesus commanded, "repentance and remission of sins should
be preached" (Luke 24:47). Peter, Luke, and Paul all say that
baptism is for the remission or "washing away," of sins (Acts
2:38. 22:16) .. ,, :

Jesus expects us to obey His commands as they are given.
The apostles and early disciples followed Jesus' instructions
exactly. Luke wrote that Jesus commanded the apostles to
remain in Jerusalem after His ascension and wait for the Holy
Spirit (Acts 1:4-5). Then, preach the gospel first'in Jerusalem,
then the rest of Judea, Samaria and finally the rest of the world:

46"Then He said to them, 'Thus it is written, and thus it was
necessary for the Christ to suffer and to rise from the dead the
third day, 47and that repentance and remission of sins should be
preached in His name to all nations, beginning at Jerusalem. 48
And you are witnesses of these things. 49Behold, I send the
Promise of My Father upon you; but tarry in the city of
Jerusalem until you are endued with power from on high.'"
(Luke 24:46-49) "But you shall receive power when the Holy
Spirit has come upon you; and you shall be witnesses to Me in
Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the
earth" (Acts 1:8, NKJV).

Following this instruction, the apostles returned to Jerusalem
(Luke 24:52;, Acts 1:12). They were in Jerusalem when they
received the baptism of the Holy Spirit (Acts 1:12, 2:4).
Immediately after receiving the Holy Spirit, Peter preached the
first gospel sermon in Jerusalem and 3,000 people were baptized
(Acts 2:14, 41). Afterwards, Peter and others continued
preaching and working miracles until the doctrine of Christ
had "filled Jerusalem" (Acts 5:28).

Later, Philip went to Samaria. Many there "heeded" his
teachings, and were baptized through his preaching of Jesus
and the kingdom of God (Acts 8:5-6, 8:12-14).

Other Christians, fleeing Jewish persecution, spread the
Gospel "as far as Phoenicia, Cyprus, and Antioch" (Acts 11:19-
20). Eventually, the apostles and others succeeded in "turn[ing]
the world upside down" (Acts 17:6) for the Gospel had not
only been successful in Jerusalem, Judea, and Samaria, but also
"throughout almost all of Asia" (Acts 19:26).

Thus, as Jesus commanded, the apostles preached the gospel:
first in Jerusalem and Judea, then Samaria and the rest of the
world.

Jesus expects us to follow the apostles' examples and
teachings. Jesus instructed the apostles to teach the new
disciples they baptized to obey everything He commanded the
apostles (Matt. 28:20). Thus, we too, are responsible for
"preaching" or "proclaiming" God's word (2 Tim. 4:2; 1 Pet.
2:9; 1 Pet. 3:15).
This is our final article in this series. We hope that you have
enjoyed these articles, and found them useful and edifying.
This article is reprinted online at http://www.bibleweb.com.


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(ORN.IRSTON( FELLOWSHIP CHIPRCH

Announcing our
NEW SERVICE SCHEDULE;:

Sunday Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
No Sunday night service at church,
this has changed to small groups.
Wednesday night Kids' Services
6:00 8:00 p.m.
Contact the church or visit our website
www.yourcornerstonechurch.com
for more information
The church is located in Perry Plaza


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A-8 Taco Times November 29, 2006


Prehearing conference



scheduled for Dec. 21


POWER PLANT
Continued from page 1
special meeting: one to create two
new land use categories for power
generating facilities and the other
to change the land use designation
for some 3,000 acres from
agriculture to Electrical Power
Generating Facility-2. The land is
located next to Buckeye and
adjacent to Hwy. 27.
According to state statutes, the
commission will take into account
the need for electric system
reliability and integrity, the need for
adequate electricity at a reasonable
cost, the need for fuel diversity and
supply reliability and whether the
proposed plant is the most cost-
effective alternative available.
The commission will also
consider the conservation


measures taken by or reasonably
available to the project partners
which might mitigate the need for
the proposed plant.
According to the public notice
for the meeting, only issues
relating to the need for the
proposed power plant will be heard
at this hearing.
Separate public hearings will be
held before the Division of
Administrative Hearings at a later
date to consider environmental and
other impacts of the proposed plant
and associated facilities as required
by the Florida Electrical Power
Plant Siting Act.
The hearing will be held
Wednesday, Jan. 10, at 9:30 a.m. at
4075 Esplanade Way in
Tallahassee in the Betty Easley
Conference Center (Room 148).
The public notice states


members of the public who are not
party to the proceeding but wish to
speak on the issue are asked to be
present at the beginning of the
hearing.
A pre-hearing conference will be
held at the same location on
Thursday, Dec. 21, at 9:30 a.m.
The purpose of this meeting, as
stated in the notice, will be to
simplify the issues, identify the
positions of the parties involved,
consider the possibility of
obtaining admissions of fact and
documents which will avoid
unneccessary proof, identify
exhibits and establish an order of
witnesses.
"We are confident in our
application and look forward to
supporting it during the regulatory
approval process," TEC
spokesman Mark McCain said.


How smart is your dog?
::. The 4-H Homeschooler/Believers Club recently held its annual club Science Fair at the
-Public Library. Projects were completed on mold, fossils, a study on whether men and women
think alike, a study on dog intelligence, rocks, baking soda and vinegar combinations, mixed
colors, the human body, water density and the food web.


Obituaries


Harold Wayne Hunt
Harold Wayne Hunt, 80, died
Nov. 28, 2006, in Perry.
Mr. Hunt was a native of Bristol,
Tenn., and had lived in Miami
before moving to Perry 36 years
ago. He was the son of the late Carl
F. Hunt and Anna Mae Fleming.
He served in the U.S. Navy during
World War II, earning the rank of
S-1 Class. He retired after 30 years
'as the owner/operator of the
Washing Well laundry mat in
Perry. He was a member of the
-Perry Golf and Country Club for
20 years. Mr. Hunt was a Lutheran.
Survivors include: his wife of 59
years, Betty J. Hunt of Peiry; three
spns, Harold W. Hunt Jr., of
Phoenix, Ariz., James C. Hunt of
Steinhatchee and Joseph Franklin
Hunt of Perry; one daughter,
Barbara Forgey of Perry; 13
grandchildren; and six great
grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by a
brother, Louis C. Hunt, and a
sister, Louise Grondin.
Funeral services will be held
Friday, Dec. 1, at 10 a.m. at Beggs
Funeral Home with the Rev. Tim
!McDonald officiating. .Interment
will follow at Pineview Memorial
!Gardens.
Family members will receive
friends Thursday from 7 until 9
p.m. at Beggs Funeral, Home,
which is in charge of
:arrangements.

SDorothy Louise Hartley
Dorothy Louise Hartley; a
-homemaker, 83, died Nov. 22,
!2006, at Doctors' Memorial
'Hospital in Perry. She was born in
:Groveland and moved to Perry in
:-1932. She was a member of the
New Home Baptist Church.
Survivors include a niece, Betty
Smith and husband Tom of Perry,
-as well as other nieces and
:nephews.
Funeral services were held
Saturday, Nov. 25, at 11 a.m. at Joe
P. Burns Funeral Home. Interment
followed at Woodlawn Cemetery.
Family members received
-friends at 10 a.m. prior to the
:service.
Burns Funeral Home was in
charge of the arrangements.

Lloyd Parrish
- Lloyd Parrish, 92, died Nov. 23,
2006, at North Florida Regional
-Hospital.
Born in Chipley, he had lived in
Perry since 1937. He was a
member of Spring Warrior Church
of Christ. Mr. Parrish retired from
Procter and Gamble where he
worked in the wood yard for 27
years. When he arrived in Perry, he
worked at the CC Camp at Foley.
Since he, was a welder in the
shipyard in Jacksonville, he was
deferred during World War II.
Survivors include: his wife of 67
years, Ruth Parrish of Perry; a son,


Kay Parrish of Perry; a daughter,
Nelda Faye Parrish of Perry; a
sister, Essie Brown of Quincy; and
a host of nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held
Monday, Nov. 27, at 2 p.m. at
Spring Warrior Church of Christ
with Jeff Himmell officiating.
Interment followed at Spring
Warrior Church of Christ
Cemetery.
Family members received
friends Sunday from 5 until 8 p.m.
at Joe P. Burns Funeral Home,
which was in charge of
arrangements.

Mary Louise Hicks
Mary Louise Hicks, 93, died
Nov. 25, 2006, in Dowling Park,
where she lived for the past 24
years.
A native of DeFuniak Springs,
she lived in Perry for most of her
life. She was a member of Center
Street Church of God for many
years and retained her membership
in that congregation after moving
to Dowling Park.
Survivors include: two sons,
Marshall Hicks and Tyson Hicks,
both of Perry; two daughters,
Carolyn Winburn and Laura
"Polly" Hodges, both of Live Oak;
one, brother, Harold Vickery and
wife Rosemary of Perry; a sister-
in-law, Inez Vickery of Perry; 10
grandchildren; 15 great
grandchildren; and numerous
nieces and nephews.
She was pre-deceased by a
daughter, Betty Hicks.
Funeral services were held
Monday, Nov. 27, at Joe P. Burns
Funeral Home with interment
following at Woodlawn Cemetery.
Burns Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.

Tiffany Spahn
Funeral services for Tiffany
Spahn, infant daughter of Michelle
Spahn and John Spahn of Tampa,
were held Saturday, Nov. 25, 2006,
at Salem Missionary Baptist
Church in Salem with burial
following in Salem Cemetery.
In addition to her parents, she is
survived by: two sisters, Brittiany
Newton and Brianna Spahn, both
of Tampa; her maternal
grandparents, Margaret and
Marvin Newman of Salem; and
two uncles, Bill Newman and
Michael Newman, both of Salem.
Joe P. Burns Funeral Home was
in charge of the arrangements.

Stephen Langston
A memorial service for Stephen
Langston will be held Saturday,
Dec. 2, at 1 p.m. at the Rick
Gooding Funeral Home in Cross
Cit
There will be a reception and
visitation afterwards in the
Fellowship Hall of the First United
Methodist Church. All friends and
relatives are invited.


'Say a prayer for sick, shut-in'
-DUAL DAY and family of Tampa, friend and
Continued from page 7 sister Ruth Monroe, of Perry,
Continued from pagrandon from Korea, Kenneth
-of Philadelphia, Bobby G. Dennis Dennis Jr. and grandchildren
-of Clearwater, Cebrum Watkins of Drew, Tony and Arthur, of Perry.
-Pensacola, Tony Watkins and Say a prayer for the sick
-friend Tina and daughter, of Perry, and shut-in and the bereaved
-Mary Gant of Tampa, friend Niga families.


For VFW

Membership

drive ongoing
All military veterans, regardless
of the branch of service, who are
eligible to become members of the
Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW),
are invited to join before the end
of the year.
Effective Jan. 1, 2007, the
lifetime dues will almost double.
For more information, veterans
may contact Quartermaster
Charles McDonald at 223-1547 or
Post Commander Al Grubbs 584-
8932.
The next VFW meeting will be
held Jan. 9.


Murder mysteries at the library
Mystery author Glynn Marsh Alam was the guest of the Taylor County Friends of the Library
Monday where she talked about writing and the publishing industry while also reading several
excerpts from her books. Alam is author of six novels, five of which make up a mystery series
all taking place in. the swamps of North Florida. Her protagonist, Luanne Fogarty, is an adjunct
diver for the local sheriff's office for the fictional Palmetto Springs. Shown above with
Friends of the Library President James Gross (left) is bookseller and former Perry resident
C. J. Keele (center) and Alam, who currently lives in Tallahassee.


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awarded $4,200 grant


B-1 Taco Times November 29, 2006


Perry Primary has been awarded
one of only eight grants that were
presented nationwide from the
Rural Telephone Finance
Cooperative in conjunction with
the Foundation for Rural
Education and Development to
fund a reading initiative at Perry
Primary.
The school submitted a grant
application in conjunction with the
district grant writer, and was
nominated by GTCom to represent
its service area.
The $4,200 grant will be used to
purchase Earobics LX software
(which has high ratings from the
Florida Center for Reading
Research) for use in conjunction
with the core curriculum.
The funds will also under-
write teacher-directed activities,


manipulatives and books that
target first graders who have been
identified for extra assistance in
reading.
GT Com representatives
Amanda Marquardt and Charlene


Wimberly presented the grant
check to Perry Primary Principal
George Clayton and Assistant
Principal Pam Padgett.
GT Corn and its parent company,
FairPoint Communications,


GTCom representatives present a check to PPS Principal
George Clayton and Assistant Principal Pam Padgett.


actively support scholarship and
grant programs that will benefit its
local communities and residents.
GT Com representatives said the
company was pleased to have the
opportunity to nominate Perry
Primary School for the grant
program.
This scholarship program is
sponsored by the Foundation for
Rural Education and Development
(FRED), a charitable foundation
affiliated with the Organization for
the Promotion and Advancement
of Small Telecommunications
Companies (OPASTCO).
Every year, FRED awards
schools in rural areas with grants
ranging from $1,000 to $10,000.
Schools are nominated nationwide
by their local telecommunications
companies.


'Toys for Tots' run


will roll on Dec. 9

Rev up your engine and get ready for the 2006 Taylor County Toys for
Tots Motorcycle Run which will be held Saturday, Dec. 9, starting at
10 a.m., leaving from the Taylor County Courthouse.
Admission will be an unwrapped toy. Lunch will be served after the ride
at Econfina Resort, with entertainment by "Faster than Flash."
The event is being sponsored by Nature Coast, Inc., and Econfina
Resort. For more information, call Wendy at 584-5263.


Benefit yard sale


planned Saturday


A benefit yard sale for liver
transplant recipient Callie Blanton
will be held this Saturday, Dec. 2,
at the Perry Square Shopping
Center park lot (adjacent to
Shelby's Snow Cone Stand). ,
The sale begins at 7 a.m. All
proceeds benefit Blanton, who


continues to undergo medical
treatment.
Anyone wishing to donate items
for the fund-raiser may contact
Laura Albritton at American
Aluminum Accessories (584-
3969) or Windell Ezell (584-
4433).


At NFCC on Dec. 16


Free workshop offers help for Medicare enrollment


There's help for Medicare
beneficiaries who want assistance
in filling out paperwork to enroll in
a prescription drug plan.
North Florida Community
College (NFCC) is offering a free
workshop Saturday, Dec. 16, at the
Madison campus.
s NFCC Allied Health nursing
students and Dr. Phillip
Mantzanas, coordinator of the
Education Prep Institute, will be on
hand from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. in
the Business Education Building
(#7).
"There are still a significant
number of senior citizens and
others who are on Medicare and
* who, as of last year, did not select
a plan. Also, there are individuals
who have plans with which they


are dissatisfied," said Mantzanas.
"A crucial part of deciding which
drug plan to choose involves
knowing which prescription drugs
(and dosages) are covered by the
different available plans. The only
efficient way to do this is to
compare the plans via the
Internet.
Nursing students will make this
information available through the
Internet during the Dec. 16
session.
As of Nov. 15, Medicare
beneficiaries who have not signed
up for the prescription plan may
enroll through Dec. 31. For those
new to Medicare, there are seven
months to enroll in a drug plan.
Currently enrolled beneficiaries
can change plans if there is one


which better meets their drug
needs.
Medicare's prescription drug
plans are available for anyone with
Medicare, regardless of income or


age. There are many different drug
plans available in Florida. These
drug plans are approved by
Medicare, but administered by
private companies.


Medicare beneficiaries are
invited to the Dec. 16 session for
free information and assistance and
reminded to bring current
medications or a list with


dosage(s).
For further information, contact
Dr. Mantzanas by telephone:
(850) 973-9493 or e-mail
MantzanasT@nfcc.edu.


Follow the yellow brick road...


Performing music from "The
Wizard of Oz" to New Orleans
style blues, North Florida
Community College music
students will showcase their talents
in concert Thursday, Dec. 7,'at Van
H. Priest Auditorium, starting at
7 p.m.


The concert is open to the public
with no admission fee.
Members of the Sentinel Singers
will perform a musical, entitled
Oz3, featuring songs from "The
Wizard of Oz," "The Wiz" and
"Wicked."
Students will be decked out in


outfits from the popular shows and
the stage will feature a yellow
brick road and the Emerald City.
The group will sing "Somewhere
Over the Rainbow," "Follow the
Yellow Brick Road," "Defying
Gravity," "Brand New Day" and


Sentinel Singers include J.T.
Davis of Taylor County.
The Jazz Ensemble will perform
renditions of New Orleans style
blues and jazz tunes like "Proud
Mary," "Sweet Georgia Brown,"
"Winter Wonderland," "When the
Saints Go Marching In" and more.











Editorial


'Memorial Park will bring honor,


recognition to Taylor's veterans'


Dear Editor:
The Veterans Memorial Park
(VMP) Committee and volunteers
are working hard toward
completing the park. The war
monuments, information pedestals,
some block monuments and
benches were recently installed but
there is still a lot to do, like
finishing the fountain, additional
block monuments, laying pavers,
ordering and setting benches,
lighting, landscaping, sod and a lot
of miscellaneous things.
The park was not ready for
dedication on Veterans Day as it is
unsafe for the public due to holes
in the ground and wires protruding
out where lights are to be
installed.


At the committee meeting last
week the dedication date was set
for Memorial Day in May of 2007.
No events have been held at the
park during the construction phase
and none are planned until its
completion.
'No one has dishonored or is
dishonoring the citizens of Taylor
County by not having events at the
park as the complaint in the recent
Letter to the Editor indicated. The
citizens have certainly not been
robbed of what was promised as
the article stated. Anyone has the
right to complain but in most cases
offer little to help get the job done.
We have a beautiful memorial
park and people are
complimenting it daily and a great


many are and have been visiting
the park even though it's not yet
complete.
Our committee and a lot of
volunteers have worked hard
bringing it to where it is.
This Veterans Memorial Park
will bring honor and recognition to
Taylor County Veterans who have
served, those presently serving and
to the ones who have died for our
country.
The continuous support of this
VMP by many people in numerous
ways is appreciated and, on behalf
of veterans and our committee, I
thank you.
Ed Sheffield
Veterans Memorial Park
Committee Member


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Dear Editor:
A recent letter in the Taco Times
incorrectly stated, "For years it
(Buckeye) has tried to get an
offshore discharge pipeline
approved."
The writer apparently refers to
early study work during the 1991
Federal Use Attainability Analysis
that considered 100: options to
improve the Fenholloway River--
including possible direct Gulf
wastewater discharge.
Although the concept was
reviewed, direct Gulf discharge
was never advocated and was ruled
out during the first study phase.
The Tallahassee Democrat
correctly reported this fact in a
lengthy front page article Dec. 21,
1991. There has subsequently been
no consideration of an offshore


Dear Editor:
In the middle of the 1950s, I was
coaching football at Suwannee
High School in Live Oak. A good
friend invited my family to
accompany his family to a place
called Dekle Beach for the
weekend. My family and I had no
idea where Dekle Beach was, but
we went. Lov.e at first sight, quiet,
peaceful, natural, safe and
absolutely wonderful would be
how I would describe Dekle
-Beach. We spend many wonderful
days there and I would like to
continue.
In the early 1980s, I began to
look for a place to buy for a second
home for the family, plus a place I
could retire when the time came.
The only option for me was the
beach area of Taylor County.
Condos at Panama City, Destin or
Tampa did not fit. In 1986, I was
able to purchase a place at Dekle
Beach. My family and friends have
enjoyed ; many fabulous times
fishing, scalloping, crabbing and
enjoying the nature God gave all of
us. I am retired now and spend
most of my time at Dekle Beach.
All of us are aware of the


discharge pipeline.
A relocation of treated
wastewater within the
Fenholloway River is being
proposed to remove salty
wastewater from the freshwater
portion of the river.
During the past 15 years
there have been additional
important decisions--and important
improvements to the Fenholloway
River. Buckeye has invested $70
million to eliminate the use of
elemental chlorine to purify pulp.
Wastewater color has been reduced
by approximately 50 percent. New
cellulose washing and screening
equipment has been installed to
remove more organic material
from wastewater.,
The Florida Department of
Health- has lifted the 1990


Fenholloway fish advisory. Plant
water use has decreased
significantly. The restoration of
Buckeye-owned San Pedro Bay
wetlands has begun.
The letter writer's larger point,
however, is well taken: even more
needs to be done to improve the
Fenholloway. Buckeye is
committed to making additional
investments to ensure the
Fenholloway is restored to fishable
and swimmable standards.
Readers are invited to contact
Buckeye (584-1275) to receive
information on the plan of work to
improve the Fenholloway and
protect Gulf water quality.
Sincerely.
Dan Sirmnons
Buckeye Floric.i
Public Affairs Manager


disaster that struck in March of which homeowners were denied
1993, which was the "No Name permits to rebuild., These same
Storm." The beach area was totally officials are now saying "yes." to
destroyed. Since the storm washed Magnolia Bay, but "no" to
away a great deal of the land, the homeowners. Could it be money?
previous homeowners have not We have something very unique
been allowed to rebuild. The in Taylor County. If we want to
solution of the problem would be become'Tampa, Destin or Panama
to simply allow the homeowners to City, we are very well on our way.
fill in and reclaim their homesites. Loss of natural habitat, marine
"No" say Qur officials because related occupations, recreation,
filling in would 'destroy vegetation fishing, excess traffic, pollution,
that is protected. crowds and crime are just a small
Now along came Magnolia Bay, sampling of what Taylor County
who wants to dig a canal over. two will be known for if Magnolia Bay
miles in length, 100 feet wide, six becomes a reality. Someone
feet deep below low tide level and showed us the money and we are
with a 50-acre boat basin. All this selling out!
is the exact same protected area Will R. Cooley

Church column sparks letter


Dear Editor:
I would-like to respond. to the
article in the Taco Times on Nov.
22: "WWJD Cleanse the Temple
of Modernism," by Bill Blue..
I do not completely disagree
with his article, but there was too
much that I didn't agree with that I
have to comment about.
Mr. Blue poses the question, "Is


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Christ pleased with all the works
and forms of worship performed in
His name today?" If the Lord did
not order these "works," they
would fail. ; ,
The greater sin (if there is such a
thing) would be the sin of
judgment. Romans 14:4 states,
"Who are you to judge another's
servant? To his own master he
stands or falls. Indeed, he will be
made to stand for God is able to
make him stand."
As a credentialed minister
myself, .1 have prayerfully tried
many outreach ministries in order
to win souls for Christ. Some
succeeded and some are successful
failures--successful due to the
Father's loving correction that
allows me to learn from my
mistakes. However, I too was a
little taken back by a "non-
alcoholic nightclub" serving "$3
coffees," but to his own master, he
stands or fails.
The other concern I have with
this article is Mr. Blue's mention of
women behind the pulpit. He
stated, "In the 20th century,
women and homosexuals began
filling the pulpits once reserved for
righteous men." Although I agree
that homosexuals should not be
filling pulpits due to this being an
abomination to the Lord, I disagree
where this concerns women. The
Apostle Paul is known for his
rhetorical questions especially
concerning the Corinthian Church
and "their" doctrine of women
keeping silent. How is it in the
previous verses (1 Cor. 14:23) Paul
takes the ."whole" church and that
"all" speak? Is Paul contradicting
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but my new SUV may be my biggest "Should I come now that it's working, or
challenge yet. when it quits?"
Last Thanksgiving,. no' less, I The answer? When it's not working.
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drive-through at .a local pharmacy, to the window decided to go on vacation in
speak a kind word of greeting to the the summer. So did we. It was so hard
pharmacist-on-duty. to find a day or two in which to do
When I attempted to roll down her back without' the mainstay of, travel. I
seat window, it balked. She had to lean mentally shifted this chore to back-to-
over the driver's seat and talk through school when days are consumed by
my window. Even though it was a classes and extra-curriculars. Then I
discouragement, she could talk under made a sticky-note reminder to call
most circumstances. the dealership and arrange an
"Your window won't work in your new appointment.
car?" the pharmacist-on-duty asked, But before I did, I walked out to the
suggesting that it was of second quality. parking lot and tried the power button.
"You'd better get that fixed." Up arid down the window went.
I mentally added that detail to a long "This is ridiculous," -I said to the
list of details which drag around behind husband. "My car window is working
women during the holidays, like toilet, again."
paper stuck to your shoe. "How horrible," he said. "Did you
When the' dust settled in January, I prefer for it not to work?"
remembered my need to get the car "No, I prefer to get it fixed once and for
window fixed. all."
On my way to the dealership, I hit the So we're going through a fast-food
power switch and the window obeyed. restaurant and the back seat travelers
Up and down it went. I drove down the attempt to lower their window.
road at 55 miles per hour, playing with "It won't work," one announced.
the windows. "Great," I said, up-sizing the sarcasm.
I turned the car around and decided "Didn't you want it to quit working?"
my SUV had fixed itself. "Physician, heal the husband asked.
thyself." 'How grateful I was. This "Not now," I assured him.
vehicle wasn't second quality; it was For days, I checked it. It wouldn't go
superior, north or south.
As the world turns, I forgot about the Until I headed to the dealership again,
window until I needed it in March. and lo and behold, at the intersection of
"Please put the money in for the car U.S. 19 and Jefferson Street, the window
wash," I instructed my back seat friends, saw the light and lowered the boom.
"The window won't go down," said one. Somehow, this superior vehicle knows
I tried my front-panel button. when it nears the doctor's office. Like
Nothing. the pet I dragged and the children I
"Well rats," I said, because reaching the pushed, it refuses to go without a fight.
money changer for the automatic car So I've cleared the one-year mark and
wash with my short arms requires an may make it through the holidays,
unbuckled seat belt and an open door, unless Santa zooms by with a two-carat
too. Tall people have no idea how diamond just for me, rides parallel to
disadvantaged they could have been, my car on North U.S. 221 and can only
although I consider it my personal hand the spectacular gem off through
mission to remind them. the back seat of my car, by way of
March was a blur of newspaper Vixen....
editions and spring holidays, but when And the window won't go down.
April dawned, so did my remembrance Man, I've got to 'get that thing fixed
of the window, quick.


Letters to the Editor

Buckeye responds to Fenholloway comments


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for nearly every body of water in
the state because of high levels of
mercury.
We must limit the amount of fish
eaten from Florida waters because
we're at risk of being poisoned.
Fish are supposed to be healthy for
us to eat. so these facts come as a
dismaying surprise to many. To
check for updates to the lists of
locations where eating certain fish
should be limited or avoided, visit
the Florida Department of Health
website at www.MyFloridaEH.
com and select Fish Consumption
Advisories.
Among the major producers of
mercury pollution in Florida are

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CHURCH
Continued from page B-2
himself in the same chapter--
absolutely not! The Corinthian
Church made up that doctrine and
Paul rebukes them for it. God is a
respecter of "persons." Certainly
the husband is the head of his
(own) wife, but (any) man is not
the head of (any) woman but Jesus
Christ who is the head of all.
The church is to bring heaven to
earth, you know, "let kingdom
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cutting it with this dying
generation. The Body of Christ
needs to be in unity and not casting
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mercury by 90 percent or more.
Although these advancements are
affordable, power companies are
unwilling to initiate change.
Power companies make big dollars
from your utility bills, and they do
not want to lose any profits by
spending money on technological
or equipment improvements.
We should not allow Florida
power plants to continue to rape
the quality of our lakes and rivers.
The Department of Environmental
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Environmental Protection Agency,-
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ministers or-ministries.
Time is short, the harvest is
plentiful and the workers are few.
Hey church, let's get it together--
the world is watching and waiting
for us to get it right.
Thank you,
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regulations, and require power Gov. Jeb Bush and incoming Gov.
plants to improve. No changes will Charlie Crist and tell both of them
be made unless we show concern that Florida citizens want mercury
about the issue. Remaining silent emissions reduced by 90 percent
will allow power plants and other by 2012. It is up the citizens of
industrial facilities to continue Taylor County and Florida to be
poisoning our water, putting the voice of change.
children's health, and the health of Governor Jeb Bush: e-mail:
future generations, at risk. jeb.bush@myflorida.com; write:
Remaining silent will continue to PL 05 The Capitol 400 South
damage wildlife. Please see page 5
I urge you to call, write or e-mail

Magnolia Bay supporter speaks out


Dear Editor:
I say with great pride that I am a
sixth-generation Taylor Countian.
I was raised in Taylor County and
consider many residents good
friends. Over the years, many
people have had to either move
away from Taylor County for
employment or, like myself,
commute to Tallahassee for gainful
employment.
I have kept quiet regarding the
upcoming development (Magnolia
Bay Marina & Resort) at Dekle
Beach, but feel I now have to
speak out. Not only am I speaking
as a lifelong resident of Taylor
County, I also am speaking as a


landowner of Dekle Beach: I
support the project
wholeheartedly.
I have read numerous letters and
heard numerous discussions about
the credibility of this development.
I believe that we, as a community,
need to rally behind this project
and support it as a means to benefit
all Taylor County residents.
While it's a project not without
risk, it's one that can help current
and future generations. I do not
know Dr. J. Crayton Pruitt
personally. His medical genius is
documented, but, more
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upon seeing order fall apart before
their eyes, did what most humans
would have done, they picked up
their cell to call someone. Uh oh
again.
The setting is King's native
Maine. The survivors of "the
pulse" travel from Boston to New
Hampshire and up into Maine. It's
clear that the backwoods
atmosphere of rural New England
is close to the author's heart. It's a
frequent setting in his novels and
the highways, byways and culture


During the 70s and 80s, I was a
big fan of Stephen King's writing.
My bookshelves were full of
favorites such as "The Stand,"
"The Shining" and "It." I eagerly
awaited new releases with nervous
anticipation and then devoured the
pages as soon as possible.
One thing about King's novels
that originally captured me was his
ability to put me right into the
characters' shoes. They were
everyday, normal people that,
through no fault of their own, had
been thrown into frightful
situations. No matter how weird,
horrific or strange the story was, it
was believable. It was horror, but
horror for the everyday Joe or
Jane.
In the mid 90s, about the time I
became a bookseller, I began to
feel like either I was outgrowing
King or he had just gotten too
weird. His books would make me
furrow my eyebrows in confusion
and skepticism. Although I would
read one every now and then,
they'd lost their pizzazz.
But last week I decided, on a
whim, to try "Cell." Originally


published in hardback in January
of '06, it was released in paperback
on Nov 21.
I was pleasantly surprised. It was
back to the old days of slipping
into the story with ease. The main
character, Clay, is a struggling
comic book artist with money
problems. He has finally gotten
published and is ecstatic about his
success. He's be-bopping down a
busy street in Boston on top of the
world when, wouldn't you just
know it, calamity strikes out of
nowhere.
In an instant, people on the street
start going slam nuts. By nuts, I
mean a large percentage of the
population begins to kill, maim
and lose any humanity they may
have possessed 15 seconds ago.
Needless to say, the action is fast
paced at that point. It's not until
things calm down a tad that Clay
figures out, that all the people
afflicted with the madness
happened to be talking on a cell
phone at the time. Uh oh.
To complicate matters, most, of
those who were lucky enough not
to be talking on their cell phone,


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welcome diversion from the fracas.
What happens after they arrive
in Maine is something you'll just
have to read about. I have no
intentions of confusing you and
myself by trying to relate it. I'll just
say I'm glad to see that Stephen
King has gotten his mojo back and
I've already started reading his
next novel, "Lisey's Story."
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Letters to the Editor


'We understand the importance of


MAGNOLIA BAY
Continued from page B-3
importantly, he also has a
reputation of being a decent
person. Why would he risk his
reputation for a development that
would destroy a community and
county? He doesn't need the
money. He has spent millions of
dollars on this development and
still does not have all the permits
needed to proceed. What will we
gain out of this?
I know Taylor County will gain a
showcase development to be proud
of. And, before you say we already
have that, we don't anymore. We
did at one time.
I enjoyed going to the beach and
letting the kids drive around the
beach on golf carts, and never
having to worry about who was out
there because you knew everyone.
You knew them or your parents
knew them, and everyone looked
out for each other.
The development that has
occurred around the beach areas
over the last several years has
changed that. Those days are over.
Rick and Patty Causey vocal
'Take a moment'
GOVERNOR
Continued from page B-3
Monroe Street Tallahassee, FL
32399-0001; telephone: 850-488-
4441.
Attorney General Charles Crist:
e-mail: ag@oag.state.fl.us; write:
The Honorable Charles Crist,
Attorney General, State of Florida,
The Capitol PL-01, Tallahassee,
FL 32399.
Please take a few moments of
your time to let them know that
you want mercury levels reduced
in our waters and in our fish.
For more information, please
see: http://groups.yahoo.com/
group/HopeForCleanWater/
Joy Towles Ezell


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critics of Magnolia Bay -- bought
their property around the time I
purchased mine. I am guessing for
different reasons, however. They
have found what they believe to be
their retirement dream. They do
not have to worry about where
their kids will work so they can be
close to them. They want to hang
on to their dream, and I don't
blame them.
But you have to look further
than that, to the future. What
happens to that piece of land if it's
not developed by Dr. Pruitt? It
could be sold to a person who
doesn't care about our future and
could divide and pillage it into
small tracts and sell them off. The
result would be development, but
what will we, as residents of Taylor
County, gain? Who will provide a
canal and free boat ramp for them?
We should be working together
with Dr. Pruitt's developers to see
what we can gain for Taylor
County and its beach communities.
I deeply care about this county and
our future. I have three children
who I want to be close to. I want
them to be able to start a business,
find a job and make a living in a
county they call home like I do.
I am not picking on Rick
Causey, but, yes, he has been the
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And I would also like to respond to
another recent Letter to the Editor.
When I read the same letters this
writer referred to, I was not sick to
my stomach. I thought, "What in
the world was he (Causey) doing at
the invitation-only party to begin
with?" He was not invited. There is
nothing wrong with wanting to be
informed and getting informed. If
Mr. Causey showed to gain that
information, he should have taken
a seat to learn of the project and
not become confrontational as
reported.
If he came there to start trouble,
he accomplished his goal. But
doesn't that contradict his
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studying the cause and effect of
this project. This development is
not going to ruin the environment
at Dekle Beach. It is going to
change the dream of Rick and
Patty Causey, which I believe is his
cause.
However, I believe that long-
time residents of Taylor County
like myself share a similar dream
in that we understand the
importance of this project and its
benefits immediate and long-
term.
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11/29-12/8
For Sale: 5 pc. Pearl Red Slingerland
Drum Set with 2 cymbols and top hat,
$400. Rately used, can be seen by appt.
Call (850)445-6068 or 584-5390.
11/29-12/1
Sectional recliner, full bed, end lounger,
brown and beige. 6 months old. $500. Call
584-9455.
11/29-12/1 .
Ladies size 7 ring 10 kt. gold 3/4 ct
diamond. Paid $180 will sell to best offer.
Call 223-1874
11/29-f2/6


Kenmore Heavy Duty Gas Dryer $75.00.
223-2642.
tfLD
IRON-FREE
Well Water Company, Inc.
No more rust, bacteria or odor with
ClearSpringTM Mandox water conditioning
system. Guaranteed to work or your money
back. Call today for detailed information.
1-800-437-1128
10/18tflF

JUST IN TIME FOR THE HOLIDAYS!
Kids John Deere clothing for sale for a
limited time at Gifts of Grace (584-7770).
Provided by Susan's Tshirts hats &
More. (850-584-3535)
11/17-12/20

Music Lessons Producer/ Guitarist now
available for guitar, string instruments &
voice students, Recording Studio Now
available. Beginners welcome. Call Josh
Noland 850-584-5975
10/4-12/29
Wanting to start a carpool to Tallahassee.
I leave Perry at 6:30 a.m. (work 8-4:30)
jobsite 1/2 mile north of Capitol Building.
Willing to be flexible with departure times.
Call 584-9107.
11/22-12/15




Southern Villas of Perrv
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

Lg. Bedroom w/private entrance and bath,
conveniently located in quiet
neighborhood. All utilities plus table
furnished. $450 month. First and last
month in advance, Only Mature Ladies
need apply. Call 584-2500 to see.
11/8tfBZG
2 BR/ 2 Bth M.H. $600 month + $500 sec.
deposit. No Pets! Call 386-776-2405.
11/29-12/8
FOR RENT 30 ft. camper unit fully
furnished with all jiiiiieS paid including
trash pickup. $80 per r. p:,i ._u '
deposit. One person only, no pets.
Located on the Beach Rd. just off Hwy.-19
in secluded area. Call 850-584-4551. I will
call for price,
11/29-12/1
2 bed/ 2 bath Mobile Home on 1 acre.
Stove, refrigerator, W/D, blinds/drapes,
garden tub, walk-in shower. $475 month.
1st, last + security, Call 584-9455.
11/29-12/1
WOODRIDGE APARTMENTS!!
Immediate availability on 2BR apartments
with rental assistance to qualified
applicants. Equal Housing Opportunity.
Office hours are 8:00-5:00 Mon-Thurs. Call
850-584-5668. 709 W. Church St., Perry,
FL 32348. TDD 711.
10/25tfWA
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


Ci~iI


Prestige Home Center
Chiefland
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Large One bedroom apartment for rent.
$450 a month, 1st & last month up front.
No children, no pets, couples or single
women only please. Please call 850-843-
0557 after 5 p.m.
11/22-12/1
For Rent Office Bldg. 4500 sq. ft. Located
on N. Jefferson St. Former Job service
Bldg., All or part. 850-997-4818.
11/22-12/15

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

Steinhatchee House for rent 2 bd/1 bath,
2 blocks from river $600 per month. 1st,
last & sec. deposit. Reference's required.
352-498-3114.
11/17-11/29

Office Space For Lease 760 sq. ft.,
Central Heat and Air, Carpet floors, H/C
accessible restroom. 201 S. Washington
St. 4-850-971-2811 (office) 1 850-838-
5660(cell)
11/22tfHR




Park Model 2002 Stewart Lodge 12x34, 1
bd with loft Country Cabin look w Cypress
Siding & custom wood interior. $27,000
OBO. 352-356-1342.
.11/17-11/29




For Sale for as little as $15,000 you can
own a home. 1700 sq. ft/fenced backyard,
2 acres on Woods Creek Rd. (850)584-
'8934.
11/10-12/6

House for Sale 2 or 3 bed/2 bath 2000 sq.
ft. $155,000 405 Judson Dr. Call for
appointment 584-4892
11/8-12/1
Commercial Building for sale 13,500 sq.
Old Badcock Furniture Building. Call 850-
584-5891. Pete Fortner
7/19tfnBC

4 C.'.,,:,,,j; ,, 3 t.- d,' bath brick
home. Fenced in yard, 2 carport. Huge
kitchen, 1595 Sq. feet. $130,000. 223-
3889,
11/15-12/8

Land For Sale By Owner
Ocala National Forest Lots
$500 down $199 month
Owner 352-239-5520 or 352-236-4579
www.ocalaforestland.com/2nd
10/13-12/6

3 bed/1 bath $18,000 firm to pay off
mortgage. House assessed at $21,000.
Located about 2 blocks east of Jenkins
High School. 1008 West Duval. White
. stucco w/brown shutters. Had new roof
about 3 yrs ago. Needs some work done
on inside. Situated on very pretty lot with
trees lining booth sides of house.-
Spacious front and back yard. Call 584-
9107.
.11/22-12/15

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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Advent Christian Village
658-JOBS(5627) or www.ACVillage.net
PT Communications Assistant
Hours may vary and include evenings,
weekends, weekdays, partial shifts, or
holidays as needed. HSD or equivalent
preferred. PC experience & proper phone
etiquette required. Duties include
monitoring multiple incoming phone lines
as well as. fire/ medical emergency,
security, and radio communications
systems. Great working environment.
EOE; DFW. Apply in person at ACV
Personnel Department Mon thru Fri, 9:00
a.m. until 4:00 p.m., Carter Village Hall,
10680 Dowling Park Drive Dowling Park,
FL. Fax resume to (386) 658-5160.
11/29-12/8ACV

Setup & Delivery Person good license,
must be 21.
Sales Person Apply in person at 1225 S.
Jefferson St. Perry, FL, Badcock Home
Furniture & More.
11/29tfBC


APALACHEE CENTER
A Behavioral Health Care Center is
currently seeking:
MASTER'S LEVEL THERAPIST #2234
A minimum of a Mster's Degree with a
major in counseling, social work,
psychology, nursing, rehabilitation,
special education, health education, or a
related human services field and two years
of professional experience in providing
services to persons with behavioral
illness. Prior experience working with
children who have emotional issues
required. Some local travel required.
CHILDREN'S CASE MANAGER #2169
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 with one (1)
year of full-time or equivalent experience
working with children with severe
emotional disturbance; or other Bachelor's
degree from an accredited university or
college with three (3) years full-time or
equivalent experience working with
children with severe emotional
disturbance.
ADULT CASE MANAGER #2156
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,
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
11/22APC

Drivers Owner Operators
Dedicated Runs
from Perry, FL to Savannah, GA
$1.03 + surcharge, High Mileage,
Excellent Home Time, Medical Coverage,
Tag 'Program
Call Chris: 866-730-8725
www.comtrakinc.com
11/22, 11/29


Mobile home is already set up in park, ready to move
into or move to your land. All appliances and washer
& dryer included. Has storm, double windows.
First person takes it for $15,000...584-5276





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


Clinic:
Licensed Practical Nurse,
Madison, PRN
Receptionist, Mayo, PRN

Home Health:
Registered Nurse, Full-Time
Drug Free Workplace
Equal Opportunity Employer.


ICU:
Registered Nurse, PRN
Nurse Tech Ill, Full-Time
Med-Surg:
Registered Nurse, Full-Time, PRN, 7P
Licensed Practical Nurse, Full-Time, PRN, 7P

Surgical Services:
OR Tech, Full-Time


D o M e m 0ra, 0 *


C.N.A.s Opening on 2-10 shift for full
time person. Also, part time evening on 6
a.m. tp 2 p.m. shift, and on 10 p.m. 6 a.m
shift. Seeking only person who have
excellent attendance record and like
working in long term care field. Smaller
facility allowing persons to become
familiar with residents and other staff. If
you have high standards you will like this
opportunity. Contact Jennifer Richardson.
Lafayette Health Care Center, 512 W.
Main St. Mayo, FL 386-2949-3300.
11/29-12/8LHC
Electrician must be able to work any
shift. Requires Industrial Electrician work
experience or training with knowledge of
480 volts, 3 phase electrical. PLC
experience preferred. Apply in person at
Gilman Building Products, 1509 S. Byron
Butler Pkwy., Equal Opportunity Employer,
Drug Free Work Place.
11/29-12/8GBP
Risk Manager/ Staff Development
Coordinator Madison Nursing Center
(located in Madison, FL between
Tallahassee and Valdosta, GA) is a 60-
bed skilled care facility, looking for an
energetic and caring team member to
direct our Risk Managemnet and Staff
Development. Prior experience in a
Nursing Home with knowledge of rules and
regulations is a must! We are small, but,
are a part of a wonderful company with
caring individuals who have a desire to
improve the lives of our Residents and
Staff. Call 850-973-4880 Ask for Jane
Davis. Administrator.
11/29tfMNC
The District School Board of Taylor
County Head Start Program is accepting
applications for the following vacant
position: Bus Aide(Steinhatchee) 9 mos 4
hrs. (2 hrs, in the morning, 2 hrs in the
afternoon) Minimum qualifications are: A
High School Diploma, patience and a
special desire to work with preschool
students. Must be in excellent physical
condition and able to do heavy lifting.
Ability to follow instructions and
communicate effectively and courteously.
Interested applicants please contact,
Employment Connections, 584-7604. This
position is open to school board
employees and the 'general public. The
Taylor County School Board adheres to a
drug free workplace policy. Drug testing
with a negative result is required. Head -
Start employees must pass health
screening, fingerprinting, and background
check required by DCF for licensing
daycare workers. Closing .d.e .for ii,,
position is December 6, 1'i.. i -
If reasonable ADA accommodations are
needed for the application process, please
notify our Personnel Director during the
application period at 850-838-2500.
11/29-12/1HS

Help Wanted Badcock. Home Furniture &
More. Sales person apply in person. 1225
S. Jefferson St. Perry, FL 32347 Badcock
Home Furniture & More.
11/15ffBC


Parn Time Dental Assistant Are you kind,
compassionate, people oriented, and
motivated to succeed? We are seeking an
exceptional experienced dental assistant
who would ihke to work 3 days a week,
over Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday,
as part of a quality oriented dental team.
We value individuals with superior patient
communication skills. If you are searching
for a meaningful opportunity to grow and
fulfil! your potential, please fax your
resume to (352) 498-0062 or contact us at
352-498-7001.
11/22-12/1 CCD
In need of caring, compassionate
responsible nurses. Full-time, part-time,
and PRN. Apply in person at 259 SW.
Caitain Brown Rd, Madison, Florida or
call 850-973-8277.
1 i/22LPM
LPN Opening for 10 p.m.-6 a.m. Vacancy
due to staff member retiring. Seeking team
p':::. conscientious person who enjoys
,eia.ionships formed working in long term
care Smaller, modern facility with nice
woVrkrg environment. Contact Holly Reed,
D'rectcr of Nursing. Lafayette Health Care
Center, 512 W. Main St., Mayo, FL 386-
24 3300.
11i22-12/1LHC

Avon Reps Needed. Do you need extra
Christmas money? I can start you making
50"o Free gift wisign-up $10 for kit. Call
BJ 850-584-6289 or 850-843-2605.
11,24-1 2/29

Experienced HVAC/R service technicians
with a minimum of 5 yrs experience.
starting wages S14-16/hr. Call 850-584-
3626
8/23tfnAR

TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Road Maintenance Tech $8.04/ hr. +
benefits
Heavy Equipment Operator $9.31/hr
Planner $34,777 $39,145 + benefits
Library Tech (part time) $7.29 hr.
Library Tech (full time) $8.04 hr.
Library Clerk part time $8.04/hr.
Fire Fiqhter $10.78/ hr.
Entire job descriptions and requirements
can be viewed at
www.taylorcountygov.com or Taylor
Employment Connections, 1702 S.
Jefferson St. Positions are open until
filled- Taylor County is ar, E:,,E .Fi 'Lu
Testing/ Background Check Employer.
11/22tfnBCC

H&R BLOCK is now interviewing for the
upcoming Tax Season. We have Tax
Preparation and Customer Service
Manager positions Available in Perry. For
more information, please call Beverly
Koon at the Chiefland Office at (352)493-
4394 or fax your resume to (352)528-4016.
11/15-11/29HRB


Point of Beginning


Properties




Vicki T. Ratliff, Lic. Real Estate Broker
(850) 584-2704

1956 4 BR, 2 BA Concrete Block Home on .50 acre.
Split Plan, over 2300 sq. ft., inground pool, $139,500

1961 3 BR, 1.5 BA Brick Home on 2 1/2 city lots in nice
neighborhood, new appliances, over 1,800 sq.ft. $122,500 .

MOTIVATED SELLER
BRING ALL REASONABLE OFFERS
35 acres on Albert Hendry Rd., 10 miles north of Perry.
Divided into three 10+ acre tracts. $7,500/acre.

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
Fitness Center with long term history. Would consider
selling building separately. Call for more details.
www.pointofbeginning.net



EL[4A1-I-dIL[-U

91


RNs & LPNs

All Shifts


CNAs

3-11 Shifts

Sue Love, Director of Nursing



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WANT TO BUY


Old Sports Trophies (before 1975)
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


FOR SALE

1996 Doublewide Mobile Home
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B. The Taco Times November 29, 2006


________SERVICES


Just in time for Christmas! Sm. Toy
Poodle Pups C K C S275
Call 584-9214
11/29

Low Cost Pet Vaccinations!
Saturday, 12/2 from 12 noon-2 pm at
Country Time Feed in Perry Dog. Cat and
horse vaccination specials Heart worm
test & Coggins. Heart worm ard flea
prevention available Pick up ,youL 'yr
f'today at Countyr Time Feed
."j 11 -: i_ 1

H .: -.. for Sale
W .-, '..:se oreat w'th kxos brown & in;tea
( .'- i i: .:ny S500 TB Horse Bay S1'00
l'rt.* '' 850-584-7700 leavee r-jmber, or
S.'-2221 (leave number;


'|JacK Russell puppies S300 Cal 578-
3148.
11/15

BOXER/AMERICAN PITT PUPPIES born
Oct.30th ready by Dec.24th.7 males & 2
females beautiful pups.S100.00 (386)776-
2956. Deposits are currently being taken.





FOUND: Mini Datson, call Ironwood
Homes. 838-9090.
11/29-12/1

Lost Dog Large chihuahua last seen on
Hwy. 27 near Big Tire. Female, had on
blue coller. She is a rescued dog. If you
find her and like her, please call me to let
me know she is safe and to get more
information on her. Call 386-688-3999.
11/22-11/29





For Sale FN-FAL Rifle w/wood furniture
perfect condition. 2 magazines, semi-hard
case, imbel receiver, scope & support,
retails for over $1500. Asking $1150 OBO
(850)697-9620, Serious Only!
11/22-12/1

25 ft. Hunter 3 extra sails, radio depth
finder, GPS plotter. Lets go Sailing! $4500
OBO. Call 850-371-1870
11/22-11/29
Boat for Sale! 2004 19' Bluewave 90 horse
Yahama Center Console Frontdeck, live
well, cooler seat. VHF Raido very nice
boat. $13,000. Day 672-0755, night 584-
2106
11/1tf
Bar Safari grade MK II 25.06 Burris'
signature series, 2.5x10 scope. Also,
Browning side by side 12 ga. 2 3/4 or 3 in.
Call 223-1099.
11/17-11/29

'06' Travel Trailer 37 ft. with slide out. has
awaning, air, W/D, to much to list. Used 3
months. Must sell. See at Gas Mart RV
Park 2 miles Sth. of Perry on S.R. 19. Cell
phone 260-578-0300
11/29-12/1


AUTMOBLE


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For Sale -1990 Eddie Bauer Bronco, 302
V-8,. 4x4, good condition, fully loaded,
custom wheels, 152,330 miles, $4,500.
Call 584-2662 after 6 p.m.
11/29-12/8 -

'89' Ford Ranger, ex. cab, automatic, well
maintained, 160k miles, $1500 O.B.O.
Call 584-4953.
11/29-12/1

" For Sale: 1999 Red Chevy S-10 Extreme
87k miles, recent new tires. Manual trans,
tinted windows, bed liner, A/C, heat,
Pioneer -stereo system w/CD player,
,Sounds GREAT! Tinted windows, front
and bad euro light, runs great. Asking
$5,000. Call (850)445-6068 or 584-5390
leave message..
11/29-12/1

1999 Lincoln Town Car Cartier, one owner,
fully loaded, 74,300 actual miles,
excellent condition. $9,995. Call 584-4873
-11/29-12/1
'95' Ford Probe, 5 spd, 2.0, 119,000 miles,
many extras, many new parts, JL stereo
system, Great gas saver, $3500. Call 850-
843-0521
11/3-11/29
2002 GMC 4x4 Standard Cab, short wheel
base $8,995. Call 850-371-1870
11/22-11/29

UWS Truckbox, single lid, black powder
coat, 7.5 cu. ft. (small truck) $125 Like
new.
Brand New P205/75 R15 Mastercraft tire
mounted on GM rim $30. Call 843-2418.
10/20BG


Free pick up of abandoned & unwanted
vehicles heavy equipment Top cash on
all that run Call 386-3 4-3930
11 'i2-2 7


NEE CA, SH?
GOT JU.NK?
GOT JUNK CARS. TRUCK?
I BUY SRaAP'METALS3
850-838-JUNK (5865)
State Certified Scales
7 23-1 03


S Cail 850-371-1870


FA4,LY COUNSELzN3 CENTER located at
Crosspoint Bapt st Fellowship, 920
Courtney Rd on Tuesdays with Dr. Sylvia
Tomberlin. Call today for an appointment,
(850) 508-6877 or (850) 584-5441
Counseling Cell Church
(anytime) (Mon.. Tues., Thurs.)
11/22-01/31

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

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


STUMP GRINDING
AND
PRESSURE WASHING.
Free Estimates!!!
Call Billy Blue at
838-1307 or 672-0955
S/1 OtfnBB


The Handyman experts LLC, honest work!
Affordable, professional, licensed and
insured. Specializing in house painting,
interior, etc., mobile home repairs, home
maintenance, pressure washing (wood and
concrete) carpet, vinyl, wood floor, ceramic
tile, and repairs. Call 584-2270 (home) or
584-3776 (office), 25 years.
tfJM

Need Help? Excellent care for your elder.
16 years experience. References
available. Call 584-5165 Please leave
message and number. Part time preferred.
11/29-12/1
Bush Hog Mowing, Dozer Work, Rake
Work, Land Clearing, Free Estimates. Call
(850) 843-2187.
9/29-12/29

Home Cleaning & Lawn Care Services.
Will clean your home or office, vacuum,
dust, seep & mop, bathrooms & etc. Will
cut lawns, shrubs, vacuum leaves, plant
your plants & deliver mulch. Call Brenda
or Terry 850-223-2477
11/3-12/27

Clay Swindle, LLC
All types Remodeling Carpenter, painter,
exterior & interior, Licensed & insured,
experienced. Free estimates. Call 850-
223-1780 or 843-1941
10/20tfCS


TREE CAPITAL

CLEANING

UPHOLSTERY ,
& CARPET
CLEANING _
Dries in 3-4 hours -_

584-CLEAN
(584-2532) .

TIMBER WOLF TREE SERVICE, LLC
Tree trimming & Tree Removal
James Harrell & Wayne Morgan
26 years combined experience.
Licensed & Insured,
Line Clearance Certified,
Phone: (850)962-9069 Cell: (850)210-4761
10/13tf,


GULF COAST


Full line of
accessories in stock


MOM & POP
LAWN SERVICES
(850)843-7579


Palm Trees Done Professionally! 20 years
experience, stump grinding, tree trimming,
Licensed & Insured. Call John at 850-672-
0290
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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


I, Clair J. Whiddon will not be responsible
for any actions, words, reactions or the
lack of actions, words, or reactions other
than my own as of November 26, 2006. I
would like to apologize for any of the
above that may have caused unnecessary
stress, hurt, or harm to any one in my
immediate family. My intentions were not
vindictive, deceitful, or hateful in any way,
shape, or form, and again I apologize.
Clair J. Whiddon.
11/29-12/1





In the Circuit Court of the THIRD Judicial
Circuit in and for TAYLOR County, Florida
THE BANK OF NEW YORK AS TRUSTEE FOR
THE POOLING AND SERVICING
AGREEMENT DATED AS OF JULY 31, 1998,
SERIES 1998-B,
CASE NO.: 06-644-CA
Plaintiff, vs.
JOHN A. LAKES, DEBRA J. LAKES,
UNKNOWN TENANTS) IN POSSESSION #1
and 12, et. al.,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
(Publish in the Perry News Herald)
TO: JOHN A. LAKES and DEBRA J.
LAKES, last known residencess: 2515
40th Avenue North, St. Petersburg, FL
33714 or 801 East Wilson Street, Perry, FL
32347, current residence unknown, if
living, and ALL OTHER UNKNOWN PARTIES,
including, if a named Defendant is
deceased, the personal
representatives, the surviving spouse,
heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors, and
all other parties claiming, by, through,
under or against that Defendant, and all
claimants, persons or parties, natural or
corporate, or whose exact legal status
is unknown, claiming under any'of the
above named or described
Defendants.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action
to foreclose a mortgage on the
following property located in Taylor
County, Florida:
LOTS 10, 11, AND 12, OF BLOCK 1, OF
MILLDALE SUBDIVISION, ACCORDING TO
THE MAP OR PLAT OF SAID MILLDALE
SUBDIVISION ON RECORD IN THE OFFICE
OF THE CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN PLAT BOOK
1, PAGE 87.
has been filed against you and your are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on Brian L. Rosaler,
Esquire, Popkin-& Rosaler, P.A., Plaintiffis,
attorney, at 1701 West Hillsboro
Boulevard, Suite 302, Deerfield Beach, FL
33442, within 30 days of the first date of
publication of this notice, and file the
original with the clerk of this court (P.O.
Box 620, Perry, FL 32347) either before
December 29, 2006 on Plaintiff's attorney
or immediately thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint or
petition.
Dated on November 22, 2006.
ANNIE MAE MURPHY
As Clerk of the Court
By: Marti LaVoalle
As Deputy Clerk


Notice of Public Hearing I:
Hearing Date: December 12, 2006 "
Subject of Hearing: 1. Leave of
Absence Policy Military Leave Policy
2. Student Progression Plan
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 is
invited to attend to express their
opinions/ concerns. The public hearing
will be held at the administrative
complex, school board meeting room,
318 north Clark Street. A copy of this
policy may be obtained from the
Superintendent's Office.
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Superintendent of Schools
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Tay:or CounTy Board of County
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Notice ot request for proposals
The Taylor County Board of Coun'y
Commissioners is soCliCng sealed
stao ements of qualificaTions for
Ceme-ery Mowing
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provide -he required services must
submit nine (91 packages in a sealed
envelope or similar package marked
Sealed RFP for Cemetery Mowing" to
The Clerk of Court, I1s Floor Courthouse,
108 North Jefferson Street, Suite 102 or
P.0 Box 620, Perry, Florida 32348, to
arrive no oater Than 4:00 p m., local time,
on December 12, 2006. All RFP's must
have The respondent's name and
mailing address clearly shown on Tne
outside of The envelope or package
when submitted. RFP's will be opened
and respondents announced at 6:10
p.m. local Time, or as soon Thereafter as
practical, on December 12, 2006, in the
Taylor County Administrative Complex,
Old Post Office, 201 East Green Street,
Perry, Florida 32347.


RFP informa-ion must De obtoinec from
The Clerk of Cour, Is- Floor Courthouse,
108 North Jefferson S ree ,Suite 102, or
P 0 Box 620, Perry, Florida 32348.
(850,)838-3506
Tne Coun-y reserves The uigh-, in rs sole
and absolute discretion, To reject any or
oil RFP's, To cancel or withdraw This bid
soici'-Oion OT any time ond waive any
irregularites in the RFP process The
County reserves the right to oawod any
contract TO the respondent which it
deems To offer the best overall service;
therefore. The County is not bound to
award any contract based on The
lowest quoted price The County, in its
sole and absolute, discretion, also
reserves the right to assign a local
business preference in an amount of
five (5) percent of the bid price. No
faxed RFP's will be accepted.
Additional irifc.motion may be obtained
from:
Andy McLeod
587 E. US 27
Perry, FL 32347
, (850)838-3529
11/22, 11/29


NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is
hereby given that the undersigned,
pursuant to the fictious name statute,
Chapter 20953 or Section 865.09, Florida
Statutes, 1941, will register with the
Secretary of State, Corporation Division,
Tallahassee. Flordoa, upon receipt of
proof of publication of this notice the
fictitious name, to-wit.
Skylark Motel
under which we/I will engage in
business. I/We expect to engage in
business in Perry, Florida and our address
is:
317 North Byron Butler Parkway
Perry, Florida 32347
The extent of ownership is:
317 Skylark Motel, L.L.C., A Florida
Limited Liability Company 100%
Whose address is:
19410 Royal Blrkdale Drive
Miami, Florida 33015
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Baptist Church, located at 1014
East Green Street, has been
awarded a Healthy Start grant to
target African-Americans, other
minorities and low-income women
in Taylor County for preconception
education and care.
The problem is low birth weight
babies in Taylor County and high
infant death rate in the Tri-County
area of Taylor, Jefferson and
Madison counties.
Data indicates that 17.9 percent
of African-American babies born
in Taylor County last year weighed
less than 2,500 grams. In 2004,
16.2 deaths per 1000 births
occurred in the tri-county area of
Taylor, Jefferson and Madison
counties; for non-white infants, it
was 29.3 deaths per 1000 births.
"Therefore, the goal of this
project is to reduce the death rate
for non-white infants and increase
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