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Creation Date: February 29, 2012
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1e' II South Since 1961


Squall line

moves

through

Perry
Taylor County received high
winds and a significant amount
of rain Saturday from a cold
front which was responsible
for one of the deadliest early
March tornado outbreaks in
U.S. history.
The initial squall line began
moving through the county
around 7:30 p.m. after leaving
wind damage throughout
the Florida panhandle and
producing a tornado in Lowdes
County, Ga.
Taylor County Emergency
Management Director Dustin
Hinkel said no local reports
were received of damage here.
According to the National
Weather Service station at
Perry-Foley Airport, the system
dropped around two and a half
inches of rain between 8 p.m.
and 4 a.m. Sunday mormnng.
The rain gauge at the Florida
Forest Service station in Perry
reported two inches over the
same time period.
The Taco Times also received
reports of unofficial rain gauges
with five inches of rain.
Preceding the rainfall were
gusty winds, with the NWS
station at the airport reporting
sustained winds exceeding
20 mph most of Saturday
afternoon and evening and
again on Sunday.
The peak wind gust reported
was 48 mph around 3 p.m.
Saturday..
Elsewhere in the country,
, the storm system produced 45
confirmed tornadoes from the
southeast to the Ohio valley
with many more unconfirmed
reports. The death toll from the
storms is currently at 39.


Incentive

package

targets new

home buyers
People who purchase a
homestead in the City of Perry
will now be eligible for a direct
incentive rather than a property
tayx rebate.
The Perry City Council
unanimously approved a
new version of the "Move to
Perry" program last week after
questions were raised about the
tax rebate, which was approved
in January.
Under the new version,
individuals who purchase their
homestead property within
the city limits during the
program period--it is currently
authorized for five years--
and who have not owned a
homesteaded property in the
city limits during the previous
Please see page 3


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Editorial ................... A-2
Living ....................... A-4
Religion.................... A-6
Sports...................... A-7
Community .............. B-1
Classifieds ............... B-2


With taxpayers footing the bill


County faces h


A proposed change in how the
State of Florida bills counties
for Medicaid expenses could
cost Taylor County hundreds of
thousands of dollars annually
for bills local officials say they
don't owe.
With the Florida Legislature
wrangling over the state budget
this week, county officials are
urging residents to contact their
representatives to lobby them to
vote down HB 5301, which the
Senate approved last week. The


two versions of the bill are now
being reconciled at the joint
legislative budget conference.
According to current Florida
law, counties are responsible for
35 percent of bills for extended
hospital stays (days 11 to 45)
accrued by Medicaid patients
who are residents of that county,
regardless of where in the state
they receive treatment.
For example, Taylor County
would be responsible for a
Medicaid bill for a Taylor


County patient who received
treatment in Tallahassee, but
would not be responsible for
a Leon County resident who
received treatment here at
Doctors' Memorial Hospital.
Counties are also required
to pay $55 per month for
nursing home stays for qualified
patients.
Last year, Taylor County
paid $236,000 to the state for
Medicaid, but that does not
include the amount the county


Mock trial verdict: Not guilty


The 4-H Law Club held a Mock Trial murder case Monday, Feb. 27. The case focused on the murder of a police
officer shot and killed while sitting in his parked squad car. Star attorneys in the case were Anna Kallschmidt,
Carmina Ketring and Catherine Weed for the defense; and the prosecution team was Rohan Patel, Angel Ketring,
Clara Herrin and Dora Giacoman. Dalton Sparks also served as the bailiff. Volunteers who served as actors
during the case included: John N.Weed, John R.Weed, Trey Howard, Cline Moore, Ray Curtis and Lin Gray. Greg
Parker also served as the judge. Volunteer Jurors were: Clay Bethea, Fred Vose, Don Curtis, Michelle Curtis,
Melody Cox, Don Cook, Jessica Manning, Tommie Stanaland, Vicky Taylor, LaRee Manning and Shawna Beach.
Club members have been preparing since the fall. Club leaders are Ray Curtis and Emily Ketring. The mock jury
returned of verdict of not guilty.


Wiggins announces


candidacy for Taylor


tax collector office


Mark Wiggins has announced
his candidacy to be Taylor
County's next tax collector.
He is a lifelong resident of
Taylor County and a graduate
of Taylor County High School.
Wiggins is a graduate of
Webber College with degrees
in business administration and


Mark Wiggins


finance.
He is the son of Don and
Martha Wiggins, and the
grandson of the late Joe and
Sarah Yarbrough.
Wiggins has worked with his
family's tire company for the
past 14 years. He is married to
local County Extension Agent
Lori Cannon Wiggins and they
have one son, Denton, who is
six. They are members at First
Baptist Church where they serve
as children's church teachers.
Wiggins has served as Taylor
County District II county
commissioner for the past six
years. He is also a member of
the Taylor County Chamber of
Commerce where he has also
served as chairman; member
and past president of Perry
Optimist Club; member of
Taylor County Development
Authority, member of North
Central Florida Regional
Planning Council, governor
*- Please see page 3


CLERK OF COURT -
incumbent Annie Mae Murphy (D)
COUNTY JUDGE
Bill Blue (NP)
George Cline Moore (NP)
PROPERTY APPRAISER
incumbent Bruce Ratliff(D)
Shelton Jerry Register (R)
SHERIFF
Tony D. Chambers (R)
William Danny McLeod (D)
incumbent L.E."Bummy"Williams (D)
SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
incumbent Paul E. Dyal (D)
SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS
incumbent Dana Southerland (D)
TAX COLLECTOR
William Randal Hathcock (R)
Walter Kyle Rowell (D)
Mark Denton Wiggins (D)


did not pay because local
officials contested the bills from
the state.
"Taylor County, over the
past several years, has turned
down over a quarter of a
million dollars in claims due
to the county claiming the bills
were for people who weren't
residents here," Commission
Chairman Pat Patterson said in a
guest column in today's edition
(page A-2).
The problem, county officials


here and across the state argue,
is that the billing system used by
the Florida Agency for Health
Care Administration (AHCA) is
riddled with erroneous billings.
"Since the launch of AHCA's
new computer system in 2008,
billings have been mired with
problems:' Florida Association
of Counties (FAC) Executive
Director Christopher L. Holley
said in an open letter to the
,* Please see page 3


Monday, March 12


Construction on


new $2.4 million


'greenline' begins
After nearly two years of planning and engineering, construction
will begin Monday, March 12, on the $2.4 million "greenline" that
will redirect nearly one million gallons of treated wastewater a day
to Buckeye for re-use in its cooling towers.
Anderson Columbia was awarded the bid for the project and sub-
contracted much of the work with BlueiRok, Inc., a local company.
"Construction should take about 300 days, which means the
pipeline could be completed by the end of the year," City Manager
Bob Brown said Tuesday.
The project is being fully funded from state and federal resources.
"We will be tying in to the existing pipeline that runs parallel to
Highway 98. The new 11-mile pipeline will run down Golf Course
Road, turritonto Houck Road and follow Carlton Cemetery Road
to Highway 19. It will go under 19 and continue down C.R. 30 to
Buckeye. Everything will be installed in the road right-of-way."
Currently, the city's treated wastewater is piped to a sprayfield
located off Hampton Springs Road.
"The sprayfield will still be there and.we will continue to pump
water there as needed to maintain the pumps. We are estimating that
this new system ill save city taxpayers $50,000-$60,000 a year in
utility costs because it will cost less to send the water to Buckeye
than to the sprayfield," Brown said.
The pipeline will be designed to handle more than two million
gallons of water a day, which is twice the average amount of
discharge wastewater currently being piped to the city sprayfield.



Smith steps down as

Main Street president
Former state legislator and newspaper publisher Ken Smith, who
spearheaded a citizen-driven downtown revitalization effort, has
announced his resignation as president of Main Street Perry.
"My reason (for resigning) is simple: the welfare of Main
Street...and those of you who give so much of your time to make
it an effective organization," Smith said in a letter announcing his
resignation.
"It possibly is an over-statement to say the position was thrust
on me. But the truth is I was persistently urged by others to accept
the office. Which I finally agreed to do, but with deep reservations.
My experience in business and politics, as well as my instincts, told
me repeatedly not to take the job. But in the end I did, and it was a
mistake.
-* Please see page 3


Sheriff Williams to seek 5th term


L.E. "Bummy" Williams (D)
will seek a fifth term as sheriff
of Taylor County.
The 16-year incumbent filed
notice as a candidate with


Supervisor of Elections Dana
Southerland late last week.
He was first elected in 1996
and has held office for four (4)
consecutive terms.


Two additional candidates
have also registered with the
elections office in recent days:
-* Please see page 3


COUNTY COMMISSION "
District 1 incumbent Malcolm V. Page (D)
District 2* Bobby Edwards (D)
Betty L Franklin (D)
District 3 Jody James DeVane (D)
incumbent Lonnie A. Houck Jr. (D)


District 5
CIo"L AIi OI1


incumbent Patricia Patterson (D)
Ocie Reaves (D)


nL.uOOL OVARD I
District 5 imumbent Kenneth Richardo Dennis (D)
Additional seats which will be on the November ballot
but currently have no registered candidates include: Perry
City Council Districts 1, 2 and 3; Taylor County School Board
District 3; and Taylor County Soil & Water Conservation Board
seats 1 and 5.
The County Commission District 2 seat was opened when
Commissioner Mark Wiggins resigned (effectie Noi 20) in order to
launch a bid for ta collector. The winner of this race will serve the
remainder of district ntvs term, which expires in 2014


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Editorial


MAR MORIGAlN.


A-2 TacoTimes
March 7, 2012


If legislature passes change



County's Medicaid



bill will jump 115%


By PAT PATTERSON
Taylor County Commission
Chairman
The Medicaid program was
created in 1965 as an addition to
the Social Security Act. While a
federal program, states provide
up to half of the funding for
Medicaid programs.
While you are probably aware
of this, what you might not
know is that, Florida requires
counties to participate as well.
Last year, Taylor County
paid $236,619 in mandated
Medicaid payments. The
federal matching dollars for
states have decreased from a
high of $2.68 to $1.60 for every
dollar the state spends. The
reduction in matching dollars
coupled with rising health costs


and inefficiencies in managing
the program put the state in a
serious bind.
In desperation the state
legislature is turning to local
county governments to fund the
failures of the system.
If the current projections are
correct, Taylor County will
have to pay more than $509,026
to the state in Medicaid
contributions for the new state
fiscal year that begins on July 1,
2012. That is an increase of 115
percent. Like most unfunded
mandates this cost is being
passed down to the counties
without any consideration of
where the revenue is to come
from.
Since Florida's Agency for
Healthcare Administration


(AHCA) went to a new billing
system in 2008, billing has
been inundated with issues.
Currently counties have the
right to review bills prior to
paying Medicaid claims to
determine if the claim is for a
county resident.
House Bill 5301 and the
companion Senate Bill 1988
will change the law so that the
County has to pay claims first
and then verify, hoping for
reimbursement back from the
state. The proposed bill will
mandate that the county has to
demonstrate the state was in
error. Taylor County, over the
past several years, has turned
down over a quarter of million
.* Please see page 5


CAPITOL UPDATE


from the office of Sen. Charles Dean


Senate, House readying for


final week of 2012 session


Editor's Note: The following Senator Charles Dean said.
summary of the Legislature's eighth : "I was extremely pleased to be
week of business in Tallahassee appointed to the Transportation
was featured in Senator Charles .and Economic Development
Dean's weekly newsletter, 'The .budget conference committee.
Dean Document," which was We have been working
distributed Friday. diligently with our House
Week 8 filled with companions to provide proper
budget negotiaj'.~: ,l,~j f,".jj or our transportation
"As expected, Week 8 in systems as well as our future
the Florida Legislature was economic development
filled with budget negotiations initiatives, which will bring us
between the Senate and the. out of this current economic
House of Representatives," atmosphere. We will continue


working on the budget into next
week, but I will be sure to keep
you updated as negotiations
continue.
"Aside from all the budget
action, we had a very busy
week passing legislation.
Monday began with the passage
of Senate, Bills 404 an ,4".;,.
"Senate Bill 406 directs the
Department of Transportation
to erect markers designating
,* Please see page 5


Letters to the Editor


What is United Nations Agenda 13?


Dear Editor:
There comes a time when
not speaking up becomes


inappropriate...and that time has
Come for me. This has nothing
to do with political parties and


Residents urged to be

aware of tax changes


Dear Editor:
Many people are unaware of
the provisions of the Tax Relief,
Unemployment Insurance
Reauthorization and Job
Creation Act of 2010, Pub. L.
No. 111-312, 124 Stat. 3296
(2010).
The act made significant
changes to certain tax rates. For
example, the Federal Estate tax
rate is 35 percent and not 55
percent for 2013.
The Federal Estate tax
exemption for 2013 is


$5,000,000 per person. Now,
the bad news, unless Congress
acts this year, the current law
sunsets Dec. 31, 2012, and the
Federal Estate Tax rules revert
to the law in effect as of 2001
which would have a maximum
tax rate of 55 percent and an
exemption of just $1,000,000.
I bring this to your attention
because those affected may
wish to review their existing
estate plans.
Sincerely,
Michael S. Smith


Taco


Wednesday, March 7, 2012


123 S. Jefferson Street
Perry, Florida


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DONALD D. LINCOLN SUSAN H. LINCOLN
Publisher Managing Editor
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Business Manager Advertising Director
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everything to do with property
rights and good versus evil.'
Ayear ago I had no knowledge
of the United Nations Agenda 21
communist 300 page, 40 chapter
document. The way in which
this program has infiltrated local
governments nationwide is now
coming to light.
Agenda 21 is full of
wonderful sounding words such
as "environmentally sound and
sustainable," "smart growth
practices," and "sustainable
development." Sounds nice,
right? Elected officials of
towns, cities and counties
across America thought so
until they learned the real
story. Many who signed on
to their local government's
vision and comp plans are
now trying to get out of them.
The sustainable development
municipal planners send trained
facilitators to guide and lead
elected officials and the public
into a predetermined outcome
based on false choices.
There are thousands of non-
government organizations
(NGO's) involved in some
way with the United Nations.
One of the groups is Local
Governments for Sustainability
(ICLEI). ICLEI was tasked by
the United Nations to carry out
implementation of Agenda 21
on a local level. Some cities are
actual members while Perry and
Taylor County work through
the North Florida Regional
Planning Council (NFRPC),
American Planning Association
(APA), the National Association
of Counties (NACo),the Natural
Resources Conservation Service
(NRCS), and the Department
of Environmental Resources
Management (DERM).
Several states have legislation
pending to ban state and local
governments from funding
these sustainable development
groups.
,, Please see page 3


OVER A BARREL


Midweek Muddlel


Fluff


By SUSAN H. LINCOLN


Pretend this is a children's book
because it should be. I should write this
book, allow it to earn a Caldecott Award
and retire in relative obscurity.
You're my focus group, my test
audience.
Pretend, now, that you're a fluffy,
white chicken riding down U.S. Highway
31 near Birmingham, Ala., in the year
1962.
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metal collides with metal, sparks fly,
tires squeal and your transport truck is
violently dumped in a ditch, coming to a
rest on its side. You find yourself dizzy
from the crash, but freed from your
cage. Chicken feathers are flying all
around your head, and chicken carnage
can be found around you, too, as well as
on the highway and in the ditch, while
emergency vehicles with flashing blue
lights arrive from every direction.
Even though you're a chicken, you
have the ability to reason that you
can either stay with your friends and
family--although the outcome for any or
all of them doesn't look good--or you can
stagger into the backyard of a house in
a nearby subdivision and hone nobody
shoots you.
You feel sick from the accident, and
sick about the decision before you. But,
in the distance, you see a kind-looking
woman in a kitchen window which is
illuminated. The window is on the back
of a sprawling brick home on the side of
a mountain, with a deep backyard which
is separated from the ditch by a small
creek.
Although you're conflicted by your
choices, you decide to cross the creek
where you can further assess your
options.
The clean-up effort is startling as the
bodies of chicken cousins are tossed
about like old corn cobs on the farm. Oh
how you miss the farm.
Mud flies as the transport truck is
righted and attached to a wrecker.
Traffic continues to stream by as
policemen motion oncoming cars with
flashlights. Radios are screaming
updates for emergency workers.
That truck wasn't your home, but if
home is where your heart is, then it was
a representation of home. You were
surrounded by all those you loved. Your
entire neighborhood. Your family. Your
friends. But it doesn't take a rocket
scientist to realize that a new day has
come...one that calls for courage and
adventure. Even a chicken could figure
that out.
So, with nervous knees, you struggle
over the creek and amble into the
backyard of this home where you roost
for the night. It is unlike any other home
you've ever seen. There are no other
chickens. There are no cows or pigs or
horses. It is mostly quiet except for the
traffic in the distance.
The next morning, you watch as three
boys--with books in hand--go to school.
Then as the day progresses, you swoop
down from your tree and find your way
through the backyard, pecking around
for something to eat.


The lady looks at you, as she comes
in and out the back door, and, with her
hands on her hips, seems to ask, "Now
where in the world did that chicken
come from?"
About midday, she returns in her
automobile which is overflowing with
rambunctious boys. She has apparently
told them about you, for they are
running in your direction. They're
,fast and furious, and your wings and
toes and knees are sore, so before you
know it, you're captured--just as you
feared. Now you know: you should have
stayed with the truck. You should have
taken your chances with those highway
workers. What will these boys do to you?
Well, they will carry you around the
neighborhood, showing you off to all
their friends.
"Cool, a chicken!" is the reaction.
"Can we keep him? Can we keep
him?" they ask of their parents who are
obviously flabbergasted. The parents
ask the normal questions: where are we
going to keep a chicken? who will care
for him? what will the neighbors say?
Then, finally, they relent and the boys
name you "Fluff." You've never been
christened with such a name, and you
feel rather special--attracting all kinds
of attention from all kinds of people. In
return, you begin laying eggs. You lay
an egg a day for more than a year. They
love you and you are part of their family.
They call you by name, and although
the boys sometimes chase you, they
never intend any harm. Life is good, on
the side of the mountain with this family.
Then, without notice, things begin to
change. There is no crashing sound--like
the accident--except in your head. But
you notice the family looking sad and
worrying about you. It seems the
neighbors have complained. "This is
Vestavia. We can't have live chickens
running around in Vestavia." Despite
the boys' pleas for this chicken as a pet,
instead of an ordinary farm animal, the
residential subdivision says the chicken
must go.-
"It's not just a chicken. It's Fluff,"
the boys say in your defense, as they
learn firsthand about the cruelties of a
majority vote.
This story would have had a sadder
ending if Inez--who cooked and
cleaned and loved the family--hadn't
intervened. "I'll take Fluff," she said,
"and you boys can visit him anytime you
like."
Actually, all the boys wanted to go
live in the country with Inez, but their
parents wouldn't let them, although
later in life, the parents surely regretted
that decision, at least on a couple of
occasions.
Fluff, however, never regretted moving
in with Inez. She lived a long and happy
life in the red clay hills of Alabama,
laying eggs, making friends with a goose
and a couple of dogs which were too old
to worry her much.
But she never forgot the courage it took
to climb out of that ditch in Birmingham
and start a new life.
There's nothing chicken about that.


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A-3 Taco Times March 7, 2012


Fishing tournament to

benefit Special Olympics
The third annual Special Olympics In-Shore Fishing Tournament
will be held Saturday, March 17.
The entry fee is $30 per person (children 12 and under are free).
Prizes will be awarded for largest legal redfish, second largest legal
redfish, the redfish with most spots, largest trout and second largest
trout. A cash prize of $50 will be awarded to the largest shiner
caught by children 12 and under. Proceeds benefit local Special
Olympics athletes. For more information, contact Perry Police
Department Sgt. Lin Gray at 584-5121.

Incentive paid out over 5 years


INCENTIVE
Continued from page 1
12 months, will be eligible to
apply for the incentive, which
will be paid out over five years.
The amount of the incentive
will be determined by the
assessed value of the homestead,
starting at annual incentive of
$60 ($300 total) for property
assessed at $50,000 to $74,999
up to $3,325 ($16,625 total) for
property $775,000 to $799,000.


Other incentive amounts
include $175 annually ($875
total) for property $75,000 to
$99,999; $275 ($1,375 total) for
property $100,000 to $124,999;
and $400 ($2,000 total) for
property $125,000 to $149,999.
Applicants for the incentive
must be in "good standing" with
all current and old city utility
and service accounts. They
must also provide evidence that
they are current with the Taylor
County Tax Collector's Office.


Black History Month spotlighted
Taylor County Middle School's Rodney Beasley, left,
is pictured with Principal Kiki Puhl. Beasley portrayed
the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during recent class
activities held to commemorate Black History Month in
February.


Wiggins served six years as commissioner


WIGGINS
Continued from page 1
appointee for State Aggregate
Board; member of Tri- County
Library Board; board appointee
for Taylor County Recreation
Advisory Board; Taylor County
Touchdown Club member;
and past board member of the
Florida Junior Miss Scholarship
Program.
"I want to work full-time for
the citizens of Taylor County.
Being appointed as a delegate
for Taylor County to Boy's
State, planted a seed in me to be


involved in government in some
capacity and make a difference.
I want to give back to this county
that has done so much for me.
With six years as your county
commissioner, I have learned
a lot about how government
works and feel this gives me the
necessary tools to be effective
in the position of tax collector
and can hit the ground running
from day one. I want to learn
all the jobs within the office and
be a hands-on tax collector. I
think this will make me a more
effective tax collector for our
"county," Wiggins said.


"I will continue to establish
and maintain effective working
relationships with the citizens of
Taylor County. I will work hard
for our county and will always
have an open door policy. I
believe that all public officials
should be honest, trustworthy,
and have high morals and
integrity. I believe that I am the
one to bring this to this position
and continue to lead this county
in the direction that it should be.
"As I have watched budgets
being trimmed all over the
state, I see a need for greater
fiscal responsibility; not only


in large government but also in
our communities. As your tax
collector, I promise to do all
I can to protect the funds our
county collects. As the steward
of the county funds, the tax
collector plays a key role in
our success as a community.
It would be an honor to serve
as your next tax collector and
to be a part of the solution to
the financial challenges ahead.
I would also like to thank
the citizens of District II for
allowing me to serve the past six
years; it is an honor to represent
'them."


County's Medicaid bill could top $382,000


MEDICAID
Continued from page 1
legislature and Gov. Rick Scott.
"Over the past four years,
bills have been consistently
wrong with issues like incorrect
address information, duplicative
billings and incorrect rates.
T e'e: irtconsistencies haEv
resulted in a backlog of disputed
bills and a lack of trust .in the
state's system."
AHCA and the Department
of Revenue, however, argue
that counties are delinquent in
paying their bills to the tune
of $325 million over the past
several years and need to pay
up.


In response, HB 5301
(formerly SB 1988) would
require counties to pay their
Medicaid bills up front and only
afterward would they be able to
contest specific charges.
Additionally, the state will
be authorized to claim the
outstanding back bills, even
' those currently being contested'
by the counties, from the past
three years by withholding state
revenue sharing funds in that
amount.
"Charging local governments
before they can determine
accuracy is an irresponsible
use of taxpayer dollars," Holley
said. "Counties have a fiduciary
responsibility to their residents


to ensure that the services they
pay for are for services provided
to the county's residents."
Another change would have
the county begin paying their
portion of long-term hospital
stays at day seven instead of
day 11.
Although projections
continue to'fluctuaite, the latest
estimate provided to Taylor
County by FAC shows the
county's bill next year will
increase from $236,000 to
$382,000. Additionally, the
county would be expected to
pay the unpaid bills from the
previous three to five years
(depending on the version of
the bill approved), amounting to


an estimated $75,000 annually
withheld from its revenue
sharing.
Nearby counties will also see
their Medicaid contributions
increase, with Lafayette County
jumping $11,000, Madison
County jumping $21,000,
Jefferson County jumping
$87,0000 aid lbixie jiiinping
$92,000. Those amounts do not
include the back payments.
According to reports, Miami-
Dade County stands to be hit
the hardest, losing more than
$31 million next year between
the increased payments and
retroactive reductions in its
revenue sharing for previous
bills.


Citizen committee targeted downtown improvement


SMITH
Continued from page 1
"At the time I became
involved in the revitalization
of downtown Perry, I knew
little about Main Street and the
thought had never entered my
mind that I might be asked to
serve as its president. I went
to Perry to organize a Citizens
Committee composed of
community leaders to spearhead
the revitalization of the
downtown district. That, in my
opinion, offered the soundest
solution to a problem that has
plagued Perry for years. Such
a committee would be expected
to develop a master plan for the
revitalization project, then, and
most importantly, persuade the
Taylor County Commission,
Perry City Council and a
number of private investors
to join forces in financing the
implementation of the plan.
"Granted, I was thinking on a
grand scale. I was convinced that


the band-aid approach, which in
certain circles was being tossed
around, was the wrong way to
go. So I went before the council
and requested it 'to bless' my
putting a citizens committee
together. And its members did
by a unanimous vote. Which, of
course, I appreciate.
"Shortly afterwards I was
approached by well-meaning
people who advised me to
use Main Street instead. The
rest is history. Except for at
least two recent developments.
First, the council has approved
the expenditure of $35,000
to employ a Tallahassee firm
to develop the master plan I
recommended. Its members
deserve the highest praise for
their action, for a sound master
plan is absolutely essential to a
successful revitalization project.
"Second, the county
commission has indicated that it
also supports the revitalization
effort. So things are beginning
to come together in a very


positive way. Main Street will,
I'm sure, have an important role
to play as things move forward
in the days ahead. I certainly
hope so, and I wish you the very
best in all that you do to make
Perry and Taylor County a great
place to live.
Smith concluded, "I could
never repay the debt I owe
the people of Taylor County,
but I intend to keep trying.
Maybe there's another role
out there somewhere I could
play."


Main Street board member
Penny Staffney said "during
his short time as president, Mr.
Smith assembled a fantastic
group of people who will
carry this mission through.
His enthusiasm, influence and
drive has been a blessing to this
project."
She added that the Main
Street board will meet soon to
discuss a possible replacement
for president.
"I think we've got some good
candidates for the office."


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Continued from page 1
William Randal Hathcock
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of tax collector and Betty L.
Franklin (D) will vie for the
county commission, dist. 2, seat
being vacated by Mark Wiggins


AGENDA 13
Continued from page 2
These all tie into federal
government grants and private
grants which advocate federal
government policy. All of
the federal grants like the
Sustainable Development
Challenge Grants (SDCG),
Community Development
Block Grants (CDBG),
Affordable Housing (HUD),
Environmental Protection
Agency (EPA) Tiger Grants and
Department of Transportation
(DOT), require compliance
with the ICLEI/Agenda 21
requirements.
Our local politicians and
other citizens who signed on
so proudly to Vision 2060 were
not aware of United Nations
Agenda 21 and what it really
meant, but local government has
now been delivered confirmed
information to help them make
wise decisions for the future.
Please understand that this
is not a partisan issue. The
Republican National Party
passed a resolution against
Agenda 21 and ICLEI. Rosa
Koire, author of "Behind the
Green Mask: U.N. Agenda 21,"
through her website, Democrats
against United Nations Agenda
21 dot cor, has rallied people
on both sides of the aisle to


(D), who has announced his
candidacy for tax collector, as
has Walter Kyle Rowell (D).
Prospective candidates have
until the qualifying period of
June 4-8 to seek a county office.
For more information,
contact Southerland's office at
838-3515.


fight against Agenda 21 and
sustainable development.
Protection of individual
property rights and the right to
manage that property as stated
in our constitution should
remain the top priority of any
growth plan. Now plans provide
rights for the developers but
leave out property rights for the
rest of us.
We only need to look at
Martin County and their
sustainable development to see
how things go horribly wrong
for the citizens...as planned.
Many Miami Dade property
owners are being mislead and
forced to give up their property
rights.
It is vitally important that our
county grandfathers in existing
zoning densities. Additionally
we do not need the government
re-classifying uplands into
wetlands thereby restricting use
of our property.
The negative impact on a
community will not be seen at
first and many of us will not live
to see the full implementation,
but our children, grandchildren,
and future generations will
not live in the Constitutional
Republic we have enjoyed, and
they will be the recipients of the
full impact of the injustices.
Sincerely,
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Scouts collect food; next, they wash cars!
Cub Scout Pack 603 will have a car wash at Ragan's ACE Hardware on Saturday, March 10, from 8:30 a.m. un
12 noon. Donations are encouraged to help raise funds for the Scouts' upcoming camp-out and other activities
Above, Scouts gathered on Feb. 4 in the midst of their annual "Scouting for Food" drive. Led by Scoutmaster Dav
Adams, Outgoing Cubmaster Matt Eckel and Incoming Cubmaster Steve Wurgler, the boys collected more than 90
pounds of non-perishable food items from residents in the local community which will benefit the local foo
banks in Perry. Scouts and leaders express appreciation to all who donated.

Have you found your relatives?

Johnson-Blue Reunion planned for March 24


This particular family
reunion isn't until March 24,
but it could take that long to
round up ,1 these relatives:
Are you a descendant of W.J.
(Jonah) and Mary Magdalene
Johnson?
That would be Susie, Carrie,
J.W., Pearl, Don Eural, Irene,
John D. or Leila?
Or were your ancestors
james Jackson Blue (Demp)
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That would be Alton,
Kelmer, Coley, Archie, Dennet,
Marie, Gertrude, Mavis, James
(Jimbo) Ray, Sam, Junior,
Delores, Blannie Lee, Mary
Nell and Nicky.
If you are among this large
group of relatives, your
presence is anticipated at the
Johnson-Blue Family Reunion
planned for March 24 at
Midway Baptist Church, 220
Roberts Aman Road. The
reunion is scheduled to begin at
12 noon.
"Please notify all family
members and encourage them
to attend. Also, please plan to
bring covered dishes for your
family plus one," said a
spokesman for the event.
For more information, you


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employee health.
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polyps (abnormal griwths) in the colon or rectum. Screening tests
can find precancerous polyps, so they can be removed before they
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SB 1610 would creative statewide badge for school contractors


CAPITOL UPDATE
Continued from page 2
portions of highways in honor


of certain individuals in
counties throughout the state.
"Senate Bill 994, relating
to Environmental Permitting,


repeals an obsolete reporting
requirement by which the
Department of Environmental
Protection would have to report


to the President of the Senate
and the Speaker of the House
when proposing any changes
necessary to accomplish


consolidation of state and
federal wetland permitting
programs.
"These two bills will now


Legislation 'does nothing to solve inefficiencies' in Medicaid


MEDICAID
Continued from page 2
.dollars in claims due to the
county claiming the bills were
for people that weren't residents


of the county.
The state has determined that
they know better and now are
seeking reimbursement from
Taylor County and every other
county in the state. It would


.seem the state has decided that
all 67 counties must be wrong
and that they are right.
This legislation does nothing
to solve the inefficiencies that
exist in the Medicaid billing


system, but merely passes the
buck increasing the burden on
local government and taxpayers
to the state of Florida to the
tune of $138 million in the first
year of implementation. In the


next three years the tax burden
increases to $185 million.
When asked where the
counties are to come up. with
the mandated funding there is
no answer offered.


go to Governor Rick Scott for
his signature as House Bill
7039 and House Bill 4123,
respectively.
"Senate Bill 1610 passed the
Education Pre-K 12 Committee
on Tuesday. This bill streamlines
the identification process for
contractors working in multiple
school districts by directing the
Department of Education to
develop a statewide, uniform
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A-6 Taco Times March 7, 2012


Lenten devotions


on Wednesday


at 1st Presbyterian

Through March 28, Lenten devotions will be offered each
Wednesday at 12 noon at First Presbyterian Church, 310
Plantation Road.
"We will gather outside--weather permitting--for a devotion led
by Pastor Larry Neal, followed by a simple lunch of soup and
bread," said Ellie Morgan for the church office.
For those unable to attend the noon devotions, Morgan said the
Lenten messages will be repeated at 7 p.m. in the parlor, following
Wednesday night suppers which begin at 5:45 in the fellowship
hall. "These are both wonderful opportunities to better appreciate
the season of Lent and the personal reflection it deserves."
This year, Lent began on Feb. 22, Ash Wednesday, and
continues through April 7. "Sundays are not counted in the 40
days before Easter that comprise the season of Lent," Neal
explained. "The reason is that Sunday is always the Lord's Day,
the day of resurrection, a 'little Easter' and therefore a day of
rejoicing--quite in contrast with the penitential mood of Lent."
Neal and the church family cordially invite members of the
community to participate in these opportunities for Lenten
reflection.


Pastors meet Sunday

to finalize health fair

Looking toward the annual health fair at Jerkins Community
Center, the Rev. Robert Butler, pastor of Little St. John M. B.
Church, urges other pastors in the community to meet this Sunday
at 3 p.m.
"We need to wrap up details on food, condiments, ice and water,
as well as review the list of vendors. If you cannot make this
meeting, please send a representative," Butler said.


Don't forget: basketball shoot-

out,lock-in slated this Friday-Saturday
All male students in grades 6-12 are invited to a basketball
shoot-out and lock-in at Taylor County High School Gym
beginning Friday, March 9, at 6 p.m. and ending Saturday, March
10, at 11 a.m. The event is free!
The event is sponsored by Boyz 2 Men of New Brooklyn M.B.
Church. To participate, your child or children must complete a
registration and participation form which can be obtained at the
high school, or the church. These forms must be completely filled
out for students to be allowed to participate. For additional
information, please contact Tonya Bell at 850-253-5355 or Walter
Bishop at 850-371-0568.


Obituaries


Myrtis A. Jackson
Myrtis A. Jackson, 62, died
Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2012.
She was the daughter of the
late Juanita Johnson and a
native of Greenville, Miss.
A resident of Perry for six
years, Mrs. Jackson was a
member of Mt. Olive
Missionary Baptist Church and
its choir. She was a nurse at
Doctors' Memorial Family
Medicine.
Survivors
include her (
hu ;band.
Aral llo
J ac k s o n K, y
(Pyo sons

Ha\uden of
Perr\ and
Donald E. -1
(Che r I i
Ha deni of
Philidelphu. i
Pa.; three
brothers, Melvin (Maryland)
Woodard of South Carolina,
Johnny (Shirley) Johnson of
Jackson, Miss., and Kenny
(Penny) Johnson of Atlanta,
Ga.;e three grand children,
Kevin, Ladiaza and Ava
Hayden.
Funeral services will be held
Saturday, March 10, at 11 a.m.
at Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist
Church with interment
following at Woodlawn
Cemetery. Family members
will receive friends Friday,
March 9, from 4 until 6 p.m. at
Trinity Funeral Home which is
in charge of arrangements.

David Wayne
Wiggins
David Wayne Wiggins, 69,
died Friday, March 2, 2012, at
Select Specialty Hospital in
Tallahassee. '
He was born March 31, 1942,
in' Jackson. Miss., to Albert
Moore Wiggins, and the former
Etha Elizabeth Williams. He
was raised in Forest, Miss., and
moved from Baton Rouge, La.,
to Perry in 1967. Mr. Wiggins
was a veteran of the U.S. Air


Force and served in the Berlin
crisis. He retired as wood prep
manager from Buckeye in 2000
after 33 years of service. He
was a Baptist and a member of
the First Baptist Church of
Perry. He was also a longtime
member of the Perry Elks
Lodge, a former member of the
American Forestry Association
and very active in Boy Scouts
for many years.
He was preceded in death by
his parents.
Survivors include: his wife of
47 years, Carolyn Tullos
Wiggins of Perry; one brother,
Dr. Robert Gene Wiggins of
Hattiesburg, Miss.; and
numerous nieces, nephews,
other relatives and friends.
SFuneral services were held
Monday, March 5, at 11 a.m. in
the Joe P. Burns Memorial
Chapel with Glenn,, BB er
officiating. Family mefibers
received friends Sunday from 4
until 6 p.m. at Joe P. Bums
Funeral Home which was in
charge of arrangements.
Interment will take place at
11 a.m. at Merchants Cemetery
in Raleigh, Miss. today, March
7. Family members received
friends Tuesday, March 6, from
6 until 8 p.m. at Colonial
Chapel Funeral. Home in
Raleigh.
In lieu of flowers, donations
may be made to the American
Cancer Society or the National
Kidney Foundation.

Cullen McArthur
Odom
Cullen McArthur "Mac"
Odom, 69, died at his
daughter's home in Cross City
on Saturday, March 3, 2012.
He was born in Warwick,
Ga., on March 28, 1942. He
.moved to Steinhatchee from
Atlanta in 1976. He was a
plumber for 15 years before
becoming the water and sewer
plant operator for Cross City,
Steinhatchee and Horseshoe
Beach. He was known for
building and operating "The
Matthew Express" in honor of


his son Matthew. For 15 years,
he .honored Matthew by
presenting high school students
a scholarship in his memory to
further their education. He was
a member of the Florida Rural
Water Association, Sons of
Confederate Veterans and
Cross City Church of God.
Survivors include: his wife,
Rebecca Carmichael Odom of
Steinhatchee; one son, Scott
(Kim) Gunter of Cleveland,
Ga.; two daughters, Terri
(Todd) Crumbley of Cleveland,
Ga., and Jodi Spurlin of Cross
City; one brother, Glynn Odom
of Ft. Payne, Ala.; two sisters,
Ann Hogan of Albany, Ga., and
Jackie Frasier of Peachtree
City, Ga.; seven grandchildren;
and three great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
Tuesday, March 6, at 2 p.m. at
the Rick Gooding Funeral
Home Chapel with the Rev. Jim
Hurst officiating. Interment
followed at Waters Memorial
Cemetery in Steinhatchee.
Family members received
friends one hour prior to
services at Rick Gooding
Funeral Home, Cross City,
which was in charge of
arrangements.

Donald Eugene
Mangel
Donald Eugene Mangel, 84,
died Tuesday Feb. 28, 2012, at
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital
following an extended illness,
He was born on June 13, 1927,
to Lloyd Mangel Sr. and the
former Esther Wamblade. He
had lived in Perry for the past
20 years after moving from
Bradford, Pa.
Mr. Mangel was Presbyterian
and a veteran of the U.S. Navy,
serving during World War II.
He retired from Dresser
Manufacturing after 31 years of
service as a process engineer.
He was a member of the
Masonic Lodge, the Perry Elks
Lodge and the Veterans of
Foreign Wars.
He was preceded in death by
his parents and a son, Gregory


Hoyt Perry.
Survivors include: his wife of
43 years, Delores Mangel of
Perry; two sons, William J.
Perry of Buena Park, Calif.,
Dennis J, (Angelina) Perry of
Olean, N.Y.; three daughters,
Susan (Dave) Dall of Perry,
Sharon Sweinberg of Lewis
Run, Pa., Barbara Ann Snivley,
of North Carolina; one
daughter-in-law, Cyndie Perry
of Virginia Beach, Va.; 11
grandchildren; and eight great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at
Joe P, Bums Funeral Home
Chapel on Saturday, March 3,
at 3 p.m. with Father Bernie
Jakubco officiating.
The family received friends
one hour prior to the services
which were-under the direction
of Joe P. Bums Funeral Home.

Hazel Erleane
Winnie
Hazel Erleane Winnie, 71,
died Monday, March 5, 2012, at
her home in Steinhatchee. She
moved to Steinhatchee from
Michigan in 1986. She was a.
Pentecostal, a waitress, a
caregiver to people in their
homes and, for a short time,
worked in aluminum
fabrication.
She was preceded in death by
her daughter, Debbie Winnie.
Survivors include: three
sons, Allen Winnie of Perry,
Robert (Anna) Winnie of
Elkhart, Ind., Kimm Bradford
of Las Vegas, Nev.; four
daughters, Brenda (Barry)..


Sellers, Missy (Rex) Revels,
both of Steinhatachee, Chrissy
(Harvey Brown) Stutts of
Fanning Springs, Mary Ann
Moore of Greenville, Mich.; 27
grandchildren; and 26 great
grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held
Thursday, March 8, at 11 a.m.
at Jena Pentecostal Holiness
Church with the Rev. Carolyn
Oglesby officiating. Interment
will follow at Mt. Olive'
Cemetery in Jena. Family
members will receive friends
today, March 7, from 6 until 8
p.m. at Rick Gooding Funeral
Home in Cross City which is in
charge of arrangements.

Homer Calis
Starling Jr.
Homer Calis Starling Jr., 84,
died March 2, 2012, in
Tallahassee. He was native of
Homerville, Ga., and had lived
in Tallahassee before moving to
Monticello 46 years ago.
Mr. Starling taught school in
Taylor County, and was a
guidance counselor and teacher


in Madison County. He was
also a member of the Board of
Trustees of North Florida
Junior College and a
Methodist.
Mr. Starling was preceded in
death by his son, Larry
Starling, and sisters, Leadie
Catherine Haynes and Mary
Whitfield.
Survivors include: his wife
Fannie Starling of Monticello;
three sons, Michael W. (Lisa)
Starling Sr. of Monticello, Scott
(Susan) Starling of
Thomasville, Ga., and Terry
Starling of Crawfordville,; one
stepson, Bricey Williford; one
stepdaughter Nora Pritchard;
arid one sister, Bessie Welch.
Funeral services will be held
today, March 7, at 2 p.m. at
Beggs Funeral Home,
Monticello Chapel.
Interment will follow at
Oakfield Cemetery.
Family members received
friends and. relatives on
Tuesday from 6 until 8 at Beggs
Funeral Home, Monticello
Chapel, which is in charge of
arrangements.


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A-7 Taco Times March 7, 2012


TCHS baseball


team defeats



Suwannee 13-4


The Taylor County High
baseball team won one game,
lost another in extra innings
and dropped a close decision to
Santa Fe in games played over
the past week.
Against Florida High last
Thursday in Tallahassee the
Bulldogs out-hit the Seminoles
6-3 but still came out on the
short end of a 5-4, extra inning
decision.
Conner Bishop got the start
for the Bulldogs and pitched
five strong innings, striking out
10 batters while walking four.
Jake Murray, Daniel Wentworth
and Colby Wilson all pitched in
relief but it was not enough to
top Florida High on its home
field.
Leading the Bulldogs at the
plate were Justin Folsom with
two hits, Daniel Wentworth
with one hit (double) and two
RBIs and Wilson (RBI). Jalen


the sixth to earn the save.
On Monday the Bulldogs
traveled to Santa Fe but came
away with a 6-3 loss.
Rodgers led the 'Dogs at the
plate with a 3-4 effort followed
by Folsom 2-3.
Others with one hit each
included McBride, Harty and
Lewis (double).
One of TCHS's left-handed
pitchers, Wilson, was credited
with the loss.
Taylor County was slated
to host two games this week
-- district rival Madison on
Tuesday and Fort White on
Thursday. The junior varsities
will play at 5 p.m. with the
varsity squads squaring off at
7p.m.


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FEB. 23 VALDOSTA HOME 6:00
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MAR. 1 *FLORIDA HI AWAY JV4:30;7:00V
MAR. 3 SUWANNEE AWAY V12:00;2:00JV
MAR. 5 SANTA FE AWAY JV4:30;7:00V
MAR. 6 *MADISON HOME JV5:00;7:00V
MAR. 8 FT. WHITE HOME JV5:00;7:00V
MAR.20 WAKULLA HOME JV4:00;7:00V
MAR.22 *MADISON AWAY JV5:00;7:00V
MAR.27 *E.GADSDEN AWAY V 6:30
MAR.29 *GODBY HOME JV4:30;7:00V
MAR.30 LEON AWAY JV4:30
APR. 3 *FLORIDA HI HOME JV4:30;7:O0V
APR. 5 *GODBY AWAY JV4:30;7:00V
APR. 6 HAMILTON AWAY JV4:30;7:00V
APR. 10 SUWANNEE HOME JV5:00
APR. 11 LEON HOME JV4:00
APR. 12 FORT WHITE AWAY V7:00
APR. 13 *E. GADSDEN HOME V6:00
APR 17 SANTA FE HOME V7:00
APR. 18 VALDOSTA AWAY V600
APR. 19 TRENTON HOME V7:00
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ASSISTANT COACH TANNER JONES


Girls upend E. Gadsden 18-8


Jackson and Andrew McBride The Taylor County High
with one hit each. girls softball team split its last
Saturday, the Bulldogs two contests, upending East
traveled to Live Oak and came Gadsden 18-8 last week before
away with a 13-4 victory over falling to Maclay on Monday
Suwannee. 7-6.
The TCHS bats exploded Against East Gadsden the
for 14 hits in the contest led Lady Bulldogs scored 14 runs
by Wentworth's 4-for-4 effort in the first inning then never
that included a double and 5 looked back as they accounted
runs batted in. Other top hitters for 13 hits.
included Chance Rodgers 2-4 Top hitters for TCHS were
(double, 2 RBIs), Gavin Lewis Katie Carter 3-3 (6 RBIs),
2-4 and Murray 2-2 (double, Emalee Shaw 2-4 (3 RBIs),
RBI). Bishop was 1-2 on the Kelli Evans 2-4 (double, 3
day with a homerun and 2 RBIs. RBIs) and Caitlin Carter 2-4
Others with one hit each (RBI).
included Folsom, McBride and Those with one hit each
Harty. included Whitney Young
Murray recorded the win (RBI), Sarah Durden (RBI),
while Dylan Harty came on in Kristin Blue (RBI) and Melanie


TCMS pitchers work


together for no-hitter

against Lake City


McAfee (RBI).
Caitlin Carter got the win
on the mound giving up
just three earned runs while
walking, none and striking
out 2.
Against Maclay the Lady
'Dogs held a comfortable lead
until the fifth inning when
Maclay exploded for 5 runs to
claim the victory.
Sheryl Ann Curies led
TCHS batting with a 2-3 effort
including a homerun and 2
VTir rT *


Thursday (7 p.m.) in an
important district contest.


Take first, second


Ward and McGuire


dominate at Medart


weightlifting meet


A pair of heavyweights
helped lead the Taylor County
High weightlifting team to a
strong finish in a meet with
Wakulla and Madison last
Wednesday in Medart.
Darick Ward and Justin
McGuire dominated the
heavyweight division placing
1st and 2nd, respectively. Ward
had a pause bench press of 300
pounds and a clean and jerk
of 265. McGuire had a pause
bench of 275 pounds and clean
and jerk of 260.
Caleb Murphy placed second
in his weight class with a pause
bench of 250 pounds and a
clean and jerk of 215.
"I was extremely proud of
our kids," Bulldog Coach Beau
Johnson said.
"Their technique was really
good and their effort and
attitude was awesome. I am
looking forward to seeing some
really great things out of them."
The coach said the team


has worked really hard in the
weightroom during weight
classes since the Christmas
break and the hard work has
showed.
"I am also very thankful
to Coach Jimmy Blair for
helping the team out with extra
workouts after school while
I am at track practice. He is a
great help to our program and
we would not be where we are
without his help."
Also competing well were:
Percy Jacobs with a pause
bench of 200 and clean and jerk
of 220; Brion Scott with a pause
bench of 190 and clean and jerk
205; Evan Grambling with a
pause bench of 250 and a clean
and jerk of 205; Jake Smyrnios
with a pause bench of 235 and
Derek Thompson with a pause
bench of 220.
The Bulldogs' next meet will
be at Madison Thursday. Taylor
will host the sub-district finals
on March 22.


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The Taylor County Middle
School baseball team won one
and lost one in games played
last week.
The bulldogs beat Lake City
Richardson 9-2 as three TCMS
pitchers combined to no-hit the
visiting Lake City team.
Zachary Fike started the
game and faced 13 batters. He
gave up no hits, walked 6 and
struck out 3. Caleb Wentworth
came on in relief and struck out
two batters while giving up' no
hits and 4 walks.
Wyatt Russell closed out
the game against seven batters
of which he struck out 2 and
walked one.
The TCMS defense helped
out their pitchers by playing
error-free ball in the field.
"It was a good performance
by our pitchers but you can't
have good pitching unless you
have a good catchers and we
have one of the best in Sean
Patterson. He is one of our team
leaders and is a rock behind the


plate," Bulldog Coach Jimmy
Mincysaid.
Top hitters for the 'Dogs were
Russell 3 for 4, Noah Blanco 2
for 4 (triple) and Grayson Hicks
2 for 3.
Others with one hit each
were Trevor Hathcock, Sean
Patterson, Ross Brenner and
Tanner Hammock.
Earlier in the week TCMS
fell to Wakulla Riversprings
7-1.
Hathcock started on the
mound for the 'Dogs giving up
5 hits and 5 walks while' striking
out 3. He faced 19 batters.
Hammock came on in relief
facing 13 batters. He struck out
2, walked 3 and gave up 2 hits.
Top hitters were Blanco 2 for
3 and Hathcock and Wentworth
with one hit each.
Defensively TCMS made
only one fielding error while
Trevor Watford made several
big plays in the outfield.
TCMS returns home this
Friday for a 5:30 p.m. contest.


'Hoop Dreamz' is March 24


The Taylor County High
Athletic Department is
sponsoring a "Hoop Dreamz"
3-on-3 basketball tournament to
be played Saturday, March 24,
in the TCHS gym.
The double elimination
tournament will be divided into
eight divisions ranging from
elementary-aged girls to post
high school boys.
The entry fee is $30 per team.
Registration will take place


from 8 a.m. until 9 a.m. the day
of the tournament. Games will
get underway at 10 a.m. and will
continue until the conclusion of
the tournament.
The winning team will
receive championship t-shirts
along with bragging rights for
a year. All proceeds will benefit
the TCHS Athletic Department.
For more information contact
the TCHS Athletic Department
at 838-2525.


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'World's Largest




Gymnastics Meet'


Twenty-eight gymnasts from
Taylor Gymnastics traveled
to St Petersburg Feb. 25 and
26 to compete in what was
billed as the "World's Largest
Gymnastics Meet."


More than 6,000 athletes
participated in the 24th annual
Gasparilla Classic. The meet
was held at Tropicana Field and
drew competitors from across
the nation.


I _ I
Olytpiaft Blaine Wilson, left, with E-van-Rihardsof~-.nd-
Lisa Arrowood of Taylor Gymnastics.


Level 7 gymnast Ceven Kidd on floor exercise.


"Our gymnasts did very well.
This is an extraordinarily large
competition and attracts some
of the best athletes from across
the country," said Coach Lisa
Arrowood
Former Olympians Blaine
Wilson, John Macready and
Bridget Sloan were on hand to
sign autographs as well as offer
words of encouragement to the
athletes.
Evan Richardson took the
gold medal on vault, second
place on high bar and fourth
place in the All-Around against
some very stiff competition.
First-year competitors
Makayla Levingston and Riley
Mathis each earned elite status
scoring a 35.825 and 36.125
respectively in the All-Around
to finish in the top 10 of their
age groups.
Other first year Level 2
athletes who competed included
Amelia Braswell, Ehsabeth
Cook, Alana Demps, Felicity
Emory, Faith Shiver and Emma
Shiuer.
Second-year Level 2 athletes
are Emma Gra) and Emily
Johnson. "Both girls did an
outstanding job and are great
leaders on flus team," said
Coach Brooke Rose. "Paityn
Wilson is our sole Level 3
athlete. She did a wonderful
job and finished with a
respectable 34.325 in the
All-Around."
"Our Modified Optional team
members are Katy Mathis,
Alyssa Tucker, Ashton Reed.
Brielle Lynch. Victoria Taylor,
Suzan Everett, Mickaela
Whiddon and Ruth McGehee.
Our girls are progressing
nicely." said Coach Nasko
Alaguenski.. "They have the
attention of everyone in the
gym when they are on Floor
Exercise. They are performing
very high level skills for their
age and I am so very proud of
them. Ruth took home the third
place trophy in the All-Around
as well as the bronze medal on
vault and floor."
Arrowood continued, "Our
Level 7 athletes are Alexis
Burkett, Ayonna Carter, Ceven
Kidd, Jenny Jackson, Kinzi
Mattingly, Malayshia White and
Kaylyn Wright. Jenny finished
first on Uneven Bars, second
on Floor and grabbed the third
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Joining State Representative Leonard Bembry (center) at the Florida Capitol were:
(I to r) Hunter Fletcher, Lesha Fletcher, Jade Fletcher, Trevor Schwab, Levi Strickland,
Tanner Schwab, John Rice and Angel Ketring.



4-H members, volunteers


gather at the state Capitol
.... '


More than 600 Florida 4-H
members and volunteers, clad
head-to-toe in green, converged
on the state Capitol Tuesday.
Feb. 28, to promote Florida 4-H.
A lunch press conference
was held on the Old Capitol
steps at 11:30 a.m. that featured
former 4-H'er and current
Commissioner of Agriculture
Adam Putnam.
"This event, which was


planned by the 4-H state youth
council, helps to give our youth
the knowledge and skills to
become informed citizens,"
said 4-H Extension Agent
Lori Wiggins. "As adults we
sometimes don't realize the
powerful impact that young
people can make."
During the day, 4-H
members participated in tours
and attended workshops to


learn about state government
Attendees were from: Alachua,
Bradford, Broward, Clay)
Collier, DeSoto, Duval
Escambia, Flagler, Hardee
Hillsborough, Lake, Lee, Leon
Liberty, Marion, Miami Dade;
Nassau, Orange, Osceola. Palm
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Sarasota, Santa Rosa, St. Johns!
Please see page 4


Chamber launches village profile


website for Perry-Taylor County


,The Perry-Taylor County
Chamber of Commerce has
announced the launch of its new
publication website at www.
villageprofile.com/florida/perry.
This interactive site features
the editorial, pictures and design
elements of the Chamber's
recently published, full-color
community map.
Included on the publication
website are links to the chamber
website, the publication's
advertiser directory and the
online map directory, which


utilizes the Google Maps tool
to pinpoint businesses, provide
contact information and link
directly to business websites.
"The searchable online map
directory is downloadable to
computer desktops and on-
the-go via most wireless, web-
enabled devices--generating
added Chamber, business
and community exposure to a
worldwide audience, anytime,
anywhere:' Chamber Director
Dawn Taylor said.
The community map is


interactive at www.vpmobile.us
via PDAs, smartphones, web-
enabled cell phones and most
other mobile devices.
'This technologically
advanced publication wa4
produced at no cost to the
chamber.. This leading-edgQ
publishing program is madd
possible through a partnership
between the Perry-Taylol
County Chamber of Commerce
and Village Profile--aI
innovative chamber publisher,'
Taylor said.


*omlnIiiiy iCalendari F i F


Shrine Club.
Kiwanis Club: Wednesdays,
noon, Joyce's Main Street Cafe.
MaInStreet Perry: fourth Tuesday,
5:30 p.m., Perry Historic Station.
NAACP: first Sunday, 5 p.m., at
Jerkins Community Center.
Optimist Club: Thursday, noon at
Rosehead, downtown Perry.
Perry Garden Club: third
Wednesday, 10 a.m.
Perry Elks Lodge: second and
fourth Tuesday, 7 p.m.
Perry Lodge #187: first and third
Tues., 6 p.m., Masonic Hall.
Perry Masonic Lodge 123: meets
first and third Monday, 7:30 p.m.
Perry Shrine Club: fourth Thurs.,
7 p.m. (club house on Courtney
Road).
Perry Woman's Club: second
Wed., noon (September to May).
Rotary Club: Tues., noon at
Rosehead Junction.
Taylor County Leadership
Council: second and fourth Friday,
7 p.m., Jerkins Community Center.
Vogue XIII: first Mon., 7:30 p.m.
Call 584-2404.


Airport Advisory Committee:
fourth Wednesday, 12 noon, Perry-
Foley Airport.
Chamber of Commerce: second
Thurs., 8 a.m., chamber board room.


City Council: second and fourth
Tues., at 6:30 p.m.
County Commission: first Mon.
and third Tues. at 6 p.m., courthouse
annex; workshop, fourth Tues., 3 p.m.
Juvenile Justice Council: third
Thurs., 9 a.m., at Juvenile'Justice
Office, 1719 South Jefferson Street.
Planning Board: first Thurs.,
6 p.m. Courthouse annex (old post
office).
Taylor County Construction
License Board Meeting: third Fri.,
2 p.m., courthouse annex.
Taylor County Development
Authority: second Mon., noon, at
Historic Perry Station.
Taylor County School Board: first
and third Tues., 6 p.m.
Taylor Coastal Water and Sewer:
fourth Tuesday at 18820 Beach
Road, 5:30 p.m.
Taylor Soil & Water Conservation
District Board: fourth Monday,
7 p.m., Foley Airport terminal
conference room. Call 584-4329 for
information.
Tourism Development Council:
second Thurs., 12 p.m., Chamber of
Commerce.


Community Prayer Luncheon:
Monday at noon, Main Street Cafe.
All are welcome.
Diabetes classes every Tuesday,
3 p.m., Doctors' Memorial Hospital.
FAMU Alumni Chapter: second
Monday, 7 p.m., Jerkins


Community Center.
Girl Scouts Service Unit: first
Tuesday, 7 p.m., Scout Hut.
Helping Hands of the Shelter:
every Tuesday, 6 p.m., Chamber of
Commerce.
Historical Society: open Thursday
afternoons, 1-5 p.m.
Home Educators League of
Perry: Forest Capital Hall. Call 584-
6866 or visit on-line htt://taylor.ifas.
ufl.edu.
La Leche League International:
second Wed., 10:30 a.m., Taylor
County Public Library.
Mothers of Pre-Schoolers: first
and third Fridays. Call 584-3826.
Muskogee Creek Indian Nation:
second and fourth Sat., 7 p.m. Tribal
grounds, Lyman Hendry Road.
Muskogee Creek Indian Tribe:
first Saturday, Oak Hill Village on
Woods Creek Road.
National Wild Turkey Federation
(Yellow Pine Drummers): holds
open monthly meeting on first
Thursday, Golden Corral, 7 p.m. Call
584-9185.
Parrot Heads in Perry-"dise"
Club: meets the second and fourth
Wednesday, 7 p.m. Call 843-1469 for
location.
Pet adoptions: Taylor County
Animal Shelter, open Monday
through Friday. Call 838-3525.
Republican Party of Taylor
County: second Thursday, 6 p.m., at
Rigoni's Cookhouse on Highway 19
North. Call 584-5878.
Taylor Adult Program (TAP):


Thursday, 10 a.m., 502 N. Center
Street. 223-0393.
Taylor Coastal Communities
Association: second Tuesday,
6 p.m., at the district building on
Beach Road.
Taylor County Amateur Radio
Club: first Monday, 7 p.m.,
Perry-Foley Airport conference
room.
Taylor County Brotherhood:
meets on Mondays, 7 p.m., at New
Brooklyn; every third Saturday,
9 a.m., at Stewart Memorial.
Taylor County Brotherhood
Choir: meets every Thursday,
6 p.m., at Stewart Memorial.
Taylor County Habitat for
Humanity: board meeting, second
Thursday, 5:30 p.m., Room 208,
Capital City Bank.
Taylor County Historical Society:
third Mon., 7 p.m. Historical Society
building. Society's museum is open
every Thursday, 1-5 p.m.
Taylor County Horseman's
Association Horse Show: second
Fri., Club Roping, 7:30 p.m.; second
Sat., speed events, registration,
11 a.m.; roping, registration, 6 p.m.
Arena is located on Bishop Blvd.
Taylor County Quilters: Tuesdays,
10 a.m. to noon, public library.
Taylor County Reef Research
Team: second Tuesday, 7 p.m.,
Forest Capital Hall.
Taylor County Senior Center:
Executive Board of Directors
meeting, every third Thursday.
Taylor County United:


second Mon., 7 p.m., Evangel
Christian Fellowship (1454 Courtney
Road).
Whole Child Taylor-Shared
Service Network: fourth Mon.,
9 a.m.,\ Alton H. Wentworth
Administrative Complex.
Yam Lovers Circle: first and third
.Thursday, 9:30 a.m., Taylor County
Public Library.


AL-ANON: meets every Thursday
at noon, St. James Episcopal
Church.
Alcoholics Anonymous: Monday,
7 p.m. and Thursday, 7 p.m. at the
Serenity House, 1824 N. Jefferson
St. Call 843-3484.
Big Bend Hospice Advisory
Council: fourth Tuesday at 1 p.m.,
Big Bend Hospice office (107 E.
Green).
Celebrate Recovery: a non-
denominational, Christ-centered
recovery ministry meets Thursdays
at 6 p.m., in the First Baptist Church
Youth Center (old Citizens Bank
building).
Narcotics Anonymous: Sun.,
Tues., Wed., Fri., 7 p.m.; Sat.,
12 p.m. Catholic Church of the
Immaculate Conception (Parish
Center), 2750 S. Byron Butler
Pkwy. For questions, call: (877)
340-5096.
Perry Winners Group of
Alcoholics Anonymous: Friday,


8 p.m.; Heritage House, 317 N.
Orange St.
Reformers Unanimous:
every Friday, 7 p.m., at Charity
Baptist Church, 580 E. Highway
27.
The Way: (faith-based 12-step
group for addicts and alcoholics)
Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., and Friday,
7 p.m., at the Serenity House,
1824 N. Jefferson St. Call 672-
0626.


AMVETS Post 20: third
Tuesday, 7 p.m., at 671 Charles
Hendry Road.
American Legion Post #291:
second Saturday, 10 a.m.
American Legion Post #96:
first Tues., 7 p.m., American
Legion Hall, Center St.
Sons of Confederate
Veterans: fourth Thursday at
North Orange Street. Call 584-
5725 or 838-2045.
VFW Post #9225: second
Tuesday, 7 p.m. (American
Legion building).
To add your group or
organization to the Community
Calendar, call 584-5513
or e-mail newsdesk@
perrynewspapers.com.


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DEADLINES:
The deadlines for classified ads are Monday by 5
p.m. for the Taco Times and Wednesday by 5 p.m.
for the Perry News- Herald.


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Y~d sale, Thursday and Friday from
830 a,m, until 12:30 p.m. at the old
town square behind courthouse. Nice
cloths, knick-knacks and more.
03O7


For sale barn kept rolls of hay second
cutting last year. Only 18 rolls left, going
fast. 52"x4' coastal/bahia mixed.
Horses, cows, goats all will eat well.
Call 584-7397 or (850) 591-6134.
03/07 03/09

Queen size: Sealy Posturepedic
mattress and box spring. Call 843-
0214.
03/07 03/09

Washburn Lyon Acoustical Guitar never
used paid $500 asking $200 or best
offer. Call 371-1179.
03/07 03/09
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King size brass headboard $100 or
best offer. Call 371-1179.

Queen size bedroom suite w/mattress
& box spring, 4 drawer dresser, 2 end
tables light oak w/dk oak trim $350 firm.
Call 371-1179.
03/07 03/09

Guitar, old Epiphone 1967 in mint
condition with new hard shell case,
$300 for all. In Perry call 295-0088.
03/07 03/09

For sale. A.R.E. topper, white, fits
regular size truck. Call (850) 838-1891.
03/07 03/16

Kenmore sidebyside fridge beige 26
cu. ft. perf. condition ice/water
dispenser pd. $1500 asking $500 or
best offer. Call 371-1179.
03/07 03/09

Wicker & chrome glass top DR set
$100 or best offer, Dark Oak China
Cabinet $50 or best offer. Call 371-
1179.
03/07 03/09

Whirlpool Washer, large capacity $175.
Magic Chef Electric Stove, excellent
condition $175. Call 584-2650 or 491-
5877
03/02 3/07

Blueberries, Figs, Grapes, Japanese
Persimmons, Plums, Pomegranates.
Abe Whitfield, Turkey Roost Nursery,
584-7395.
02/15 03/09
DW


We
Buy
Scrap
Metal and Junk
Cars
850-838-5865


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*RN's

LPN's

CNA's

All Shifts, Part-Time/

PRN Positions


Call Lewis Barwick, RN, DON
@ 850-584-6334


2003 14 ft. G3 alum. boat w/15 HP
Mercury 52 lb. thrust trolling motor, gas
tank & anchor $2000 or best offer. Call
371-1179.
03/07 03/09


Cash for junk cars and trucks. 7 days a
week. Call 386-658-1.030 or 904-887-
8513.
02/08 05/04

12 Fi Stock Trailer, standard height, fair
condition (some rust) $1500, call 584-
3553, leave message.
03/07 03/09



4 BD, 2 BA Jacobsen modular home in
Perry in El Rancho Subdivision right off
of Miller Rd. $4,500 down and $610 per
mo. Owner has financing, call (352)
493-9600 or, after 6 p.m. call (352) 262-
4531.
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Don't pay to much for your home until
you call C&G in Chiefland at (352)
490-7422 or (877) 372-4941. Lowest
Prices Highest Quality.
03/02 03/07, CG

Own your land, have an old mobile
home and want a new modular home
with no money down at 4%, call (352)
493-9600 or, after 6 p.m. call (352)
262-4531.
TMH, tfn

Why pay rent when you can own this
32x60, 3 bed/2bath with family room
and corner fireplace only $359 per
month, W.A.C. Call (352) 490-7422 or
(877) 372-4941.
03/02 03/07, CG

Great starter home 28x44, 3bed/2bath.
includes delivery, setup, AC/heat, code
steps, skirting only $285 per month,
W.A.C. Call (352) 490-7422 or (877)
372-4941 for more information.
03/02 03/07, CG

2012 4 BD, 2 BA Jacobsen home on 2
acres in Deerwood at the Beaches on
Blacktail Way. Only $3,500 down and
$512 per month. Call (352) 262-4531.
TMH, tfn

Save thousands on 2007 Scotbuilt
repo., 28x54, 3bed/2bath with porch
bnly $345 per month, P&l, W.A.C. Call
(352) 490-7422 or (877) 372-4941
03/02 03/07, CG

4 BD, 2 BA 2012 Jacobsen delivery &
set up on your land with 10% down or
your.trade in. Owner has financing for
good or bad credit $536 per ionth for
20 years 9.5%. Call (352) 262-4531.
TMH, tfn

Repo 2011 Scotbuilt, 28x76, 3
bed/2bath separate dining room,
including front porch only $415 per
month P&l, W.A.C. Call (352) 490-7422
or (877) 372-4941


Yard Sale
EXTREMELY LARGE MULTI-FAMILY YARD SALE
SATURDAY, March 10, 8 a.m.- 2 p.m.
to be held indoors, come rain or shine at
Forest Capital Hall, 203 Forest Park Dr.,
off of Hwy. 19 (The Fairgrounds Building)
Thousands of items with an original retail value of well
over $60,000 will be sold at a fraction of the cost,











This is the Yard Sale to beat ALL others.
Something for EVERYONE.
For additional info call (850) 223-2762


Accepting applications for 1, 2, and 3
BR HC and Non-HC accessible
apartments. HUD vouchers
considered. Call 850-584-5668.709 W
. Church St., Perry, FL 32348 TDD 711.
"This institution is an equal opportunity
provider, and employer."
WA, tfn


* Maintenance

Director
Monday Friday
8 am 5 pm



Call Joyce Denham, ED
@ 850-584-6334


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Westgate Rooms available for rent. Help wanted. Part-time sales person
refrigerator, microwave, TV w/cable, with showroom work. Apply in person,
AC/Heater. Everything included. $165 no phone calls. Badcock Home
weekly, $40 daily, $595-$635 per Furniture & More.
month. BC
RV sites $20 daily, $100 weekly, $350 tfn
monthly. Tax included. 1627 S. Byron
Butler Pkwy. 850-299-6554. Domino's Pizza now hiring all positions.
LS, tfn Please apply at store.


Our loss, your gain a 2009 Jacobsen
Triple-wide 4 br, 3 bth 2400 sq. ft. model
#7604 & a 2011 32x68 3 BQ, 2 BA
2100 sq. ft. Model #46410w. Will
entertain all offers, call (352) 493-9600
or, after 6 p.m. call (352) 262-4531.
TMH, tfn

REPOS, REPOS, REPOS AT GREAT
PRICES ON 3 AND 5 BEDROOM
HOMES READY FOR YOUR LAND.
CALL (352) 493-9600 or, AFTER 6
PM. CALL (352) 262-4531.
TMH, tfn


~--*1
House for, rent located near hospital.
5bd/3bath, two car carport, big kitchen,
dining room, $850 per month, first and
last deposit, references needed. Call
223-3055.
03/07 03/14

3 bedroom 1 bath in Shady Grove. Call
838-9514.
WR, tfn

Rent to own. 28x60 DBL trailer on one
acre 3/2 1900 sq. ft., 12x60 covered
front porch, 12x40 side deck. Recently
remodeled, must supply your own A/C
and appliances serious inquiries only.
$3500 down $650 month call for appt.
371-1179.
03/07 03/09

For rent. 2 bedroom, 2 bath single wide.
No pets. For sale, 2 bedroom single
wide fixer upper to be moved $600. Call
584-4114.
02/22 3/7

RV spot. Includes city water, sewage,
power and cable. Not in park, off US 98.
$350 per month. Call (727) 433-4514
02/08 02/24, JP

1 bedroom apartment for rent. Call
(850) 838-7372.
0222 03/16

Office space for lease. 224 N. Jefferson
Street. Will alter to suit. On-site parking.
Up to 2,000 sq. ft. $900 per month,
SAH Properties. Call (850) 656-6340.
KS, tfn
Glenridge
This beautifully remodeled spacious
one.level Spanish style 3 bedroom, 3
bath house has a unique, open floor
plan with lots of glass, a .formal
living/dining room, den with fireplace,
TV room, screened patio and 2 car
garage. $1,200 per month. Call (850)
545-6642.
CC, tfn

Room for rent in 3 bedroom mobile
home, full usage. Cable, washer, dryer,
kitchen. Off North 19 just outside City
limits $110 per week. Call (850) 843-
0883
02/08 -02/24, JP

FOR LEASE Immaculate 2/2, central
H/A, newly renovated w/new kitchen &
bath cabinets, counter tops, sinks,
furnished or unfurnished, covered
porches, no water or garbage fees.
Must see, better than most. Limit of 2
non-smoking adults only, no pets. $600
monthly plus damage dep. 584-3681
PF, tfn

3 bedroom, 2 bath with family room in
Glenridge area. House is on 1 acre of
land, has patio, and storage shelter.
Two miles to town and schools. For
more information call 584-4098.
03/0- 03/30

STEINHATCHEE PLACE RESORT.
Furnished 1 and 2 bedroom
apartments for rent $600 to $800.
Included with rent is full cable t.v,,
Internet, hot tub, one block, one block
to river and new boat landing. Call 352-
498-7740 if no answer 813-677-9640.
SPR, tfn

Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included from monthly $595
(required $45 deposit), $165 weekly or
$40 daily (tax included). 317 N. Byron
Butler Pkwy. 850-672-0973.
LS, tfn

TIDEWATER APARTMENTS
--Under New Management --
2- 3 BR apartments available.
Special Move-In Pkg. Rent
based on income. Water/Gas
furnished. On-site Laundry.
Close to City/Water Parks,
Boys & Girls Club, and
Shopping Plazas. Public
Transportation available.
Call 850-584-6842.
TDD 711, EHO.
Section 8 Affordable Multifamily
Housing
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1994 Honda Civic
1995 Chevrolet Blazer 4x4 SOLD
1995 Toyota 4 Runner
2002 Nissan Sentra
2000 Hyundai
Call for details (850) 948-4869.
02/08 03/09

2001 Toyota Camry, white with sun roof,
good condition! Call 584-8053 ask for
Tommy or Sherri, or Tommy at 854-
1636.
03/07 30/09

2009 Pontiac G6
49,000 Miles!
$13,500.
2009 4D Jeep Wrangler
Unlimited X 49,000 Miles!
21,900!
2004 4x4 Nissan Frontier
$11,500.
Call Headturners Auto Inc.
850-584-8900
RA, tfn

Equipment Trailer, car or truck hauler
14' heavy duty all steel construction. 2
sets of ramps, double axle 2" bumper
pull $875. Call 850-843-0883
02/08- 02/24, JP
2004 Colorado, 2006 Silveradol
2004 Explorer, 2003 F150,
1998 F1501
2000 Sonoma, 2002 Accord!
"': 2dt4'ther6tkli,'20( .-1,k'tie i!: i
2004 Quest, 2009 Wranglerl
2008 G6!
Headturners Auto Inc.
(850) 584-8900
RA, tfn



Admin. Assistant Program Instructor
wanted:
See website at www.nfcc.edu for
details. EOE.
03/02 -03/21, NFCC

OTR TRUCK DRIVER. Home 2-3 days
a week.
CHIEF SECRETARY CEO. Full time
position, experience a must.
Apply at FL Pine Straw 5850 SW CR
354, Mayo, FL. (386) 294-3411.
03/07 03/16, FPS

Positions open for 1 cook and 2-3
servers. Must be over 18 years of age.
Experience helpful but not necessary
for the right candidate. Must apply in
person ONLY. Monday/Thursday 8 a.m.
until 10 a.m. only. Must be willing to
submit to drug testing, have
transportation, be able to work days or
evenings as needed. An out going
personality and a willingness to serve
on a "team" are essential. Apply at
MAMA'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT, 2275
S. Byron Butler Pkwy, Perry, FL. 32348.
No phone calls will be accepted. We
are an equal opportunity employer.
03/7 03/09
MIR


WANTED WE BUY


OLD TAYLOR COUNTY ITEMS
PICTURES
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OLD PAPER MONEY
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OLD METAL SIGNS
VINTAGE COCA COLA rIEMS
OLD McCOY POTTERY
OLD ROU(VuLE POrTTERy


USED HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
1 USED BEDDING
1W OLD COSTUME JEWELRY


02/22 03/16


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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Taylor County Board of County
Commissioners.
Day Camp Counselor (Temporary
Seasonal Part Time) $8.04 $11.68/hr
DOQ. Applications and job description
can be obtained from
www.taylorcountygov.com; MOBILE
CAREER LAB at Perry Square (Save-
a-Lot and Goodwill parking lot) on
Tuesday, Wednesdays or Thursdays
9:00.A.M. 4:00 PM.; or Workforce.
Positions are open until filled. Taylor
County Board of County
Commissioners is an EOE, VP, DT,
background check employer.
TCBCC, tfn

Advent Christian Village
Current JOBS Line Advertisement
call (386) 658-5627 or visit
www.acvillage.net
24 hrs/day, 7 days/week
Be your BEST, Among the BEST
FT Director Administrator for Home
Health Agency
Unrestricted Florida RN license
required plus experience in home care
agency administration, staffing
supervision, and Medicare/Medicaid
billing processes. Proficiency in federal,
state and local regulations for home
health agencies required. Competitive
benefits include health, dental, life,
disability, supplemental insurance,
403b retirement account; paid time off,
access to onsite daycare and fitness
facilities. Apply in person at: Personnel
office, Monday through Friday from
9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m., or fax
resume/credentials to (386) 658-5160.
EOE/DFW/Criminal background
checks required.
03/02 3/14
ACV



You can be a CNA. Quest Training has
resumed classes. No GED or high
school diploma required if age 18.
Registered nurse instructor, day and
evening classes, (386) 362-1065.
02/22 03/09

John Hilton Shirts and More. Home
based business for shirts, decals, hats
and more. Five miles from Winn-Dixie
on Puckett Road but worth the drive.
Call for more information and
appointments (850) 584-9847 or
jhshirtsandmore.com or Facebook us.
03/07 -03/16

Driver $0 TUITION, CDL (A) Training &
a JOB! Top Industry Pay, Quality
Training, Stability & MilesI *Short emp.
commitment req'd 1-888-417-7564
www.JoinCRST.com
03/07

FLOORING
Carpet, Vinyl and Repairs. Will beat all
prices. Call 850-838-9050. If no answer
please a leave message.
BR
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Dries in 3-4 Hours Tile Floors Pet Odors

TREE CAPITAL CLEANING
-,. 584-CLEAN (584-2532) _


Marshall Healthcare


NOW HIRING!


ATTENTION EMPLOYERS. Looking for
part time or temporary office help? Are
you looking for a qualified person who
has strong organizational and
interpersonal skills with day-to-day
office experience? Call Office Girl (850)
838-6949.
02/29 03/21

A to Z Farm and Lawn Service
Land clearing, tree trimming/ removal,
dump truck service, harrowing, bush
hog mowing, rake work, dirt leveling
and complete lawn service. Call 584-
6737.
A2Z, tfn

TALL TIMBER TREE SERVICE
*Stump Grinding
*Tree Trimming
*Tree Removal
*Debris Removal
*Bucket truck use
*Bush Hogging
*Pressure Washing
*Free Estimates* arid
*Great Rates*
Call today!
850-838-5923 or 850-584-8191
Mark A. Moneyhan
Licensed and Insured
Certified Quality Specialist.
05/30, tfn

JM Handyman Home Repairs, LLC
Pressure washing, painting, concrete,
wood decks, Ceramic tile, laminate
wood available, Mobile Home Repairs,
RV Leak Repairs. 838-6077 or 584-
2270.
JM, tfn



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
BRANCH BANKING AND TRUST
COMPANY,
Whose address Is: P.O. Box 1847,
Wilson NC 27894
Plaintiff,
CASE NO. 2011-CA-000497
v.
LAURA DELANEY; UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF LAURA DELANEY, ANY AND ALL
UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER, AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL
iPDFENDA*T, TWHO A. IJ l -,!N WN
TO BE DEAD OR ALIV, WHETHER SAID
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN
INTEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, OR OTHER CLAIMANTS;
TENANT #1; TENANT #2,
Defendants. /
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice Is hereby given, pursuant to
Final Judgment of Foreclosure for
Plaintiff entered In this cause, In the
Circuit Court of TAYLOR .County,
Florida, I will sell the property situated
in TAYLOR County, Florida described
as:
TRACT #21
A PART OF SECTION 23, TOWNSHIP 2
SOUTH, RANGE 7 EAST, TAYLOR
COUNTY, FLORIDA BEING MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS:
COMMENCE AT A CONCRETE
MONUMENT MARKING THE SOUTHEAST
CORNER OF SECTION 23, TOWNSHIP 2
SOUTH, RANGE 7 EAST, TAYLOR
COUNTY, FLORIDA AND RUN SOUTH 89
DEGREES 13 MINUTES 26 SECONDS
WEST, ALONG THE SOUTH BOUNDARY
OF SAID SECTION 23,, A DISTANCE OF
2660.11 FEET TO A POINT IN THE
CENTERLINE OF AN 80 FOOT WIDE
ROADWAY, UTILITY AND DRAINAGE
EASEMENT (ROGERS SPRINGS ROAD),
FOR A POINT OF BEGINNING, THENCE
FROM SAID POINT OF BEGINNING,
RUN ALONG THE CENTERLINE OF SAID
ROGERS SPRINGS ROAD AS FOLLOWS:
NORTH 32 DEGREES 17 MINUTES 49
SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE OF 63.11


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FEET TO A POINT, THENCE NORTH 54
DEGREES 41 MINUTES 05 SECONDS
EAST, A DISTANCE OF 163.08 FEET TO A
POINT, THENCE NORTH 46 DEGREES 20
MINUTES 42 SECONDS EAST, A
DISTANCE OF 126.33 FEET TO A POINT,
THENCE NORTH 20 DEGREES 54
MINUTES 37 SECONDS EAST, A
DISTANCE OF 112.91 FEET TO A POINT,
THENCE NORTH 10 DEGREES 55
MINUTES 33 SECONDS WEST, A
DISTANCE OF 221.76 FEET TO A POINT,
THENCE NORTH 00 DEGREES 11
MINUTES 34 SECONDS WEST, A
DISTANCE OF 247.73 FEET TO A POINT,
THENCE LEAVING SAID CENTERLINE,
RUN SOUTH 74 DEGREES 16 MINUTES
04 SECONDS WEST, A DISTANCE OF
1037.04 FEET TO A POINT, THENCE
SOUTH 03 DEGREES 48 MINUTES 56
SECONDS WEST, A DISTANCE OF
536.32 FEET TO A POINT ON THE SOUTH
BOUNDARY OF SAID SECTION 23,
THENCE NORTH 89 DEGREES 13
MINUTES 26 SECONDS EAST, ALONG
THE SOUTH BOUNDARY OF SAID
SECTION 23, A DISTANCE OF 778.33
FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
SUBJECT TO AN 80 FOOT WIDE
ROADWAY, UTILITY AND DRAINAGE
EASEMENT (ROGERS SPRINGS ROAD)
OVER AND ACROSS THE EASTERLY 40
FEET THEREOF.
ALSO SUBJECT TO A 15 FOOT WIDE


UTILITY EASEMENT OVER AND ACROSS
THE WESTERLY 7.50 FEET THEREOF AND
THE NORTHERLY 7.5 FEET THEREOF
ALSO SUBJECT TO A 15 FOOT WIDE
UTILITY EASEMENT OVER AND ACROSS
THE SOUTHERLY 15.0 FEET THEREOF.
ROGERS SPRINGS ROAD REFERRED TO
HEREIN IS MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED IN OFFICIAL RECORDS
VOLUME 572, PAGE 892, TAYLOR
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
and commonly known as: Lot 21
Ecofina Preserve, Shady Grove,
Florida 32357, at public sale, to the
highest and best bidder, for cash, on
the Courthouse steps 108 North
Jefferson Street, Perry, FL 32348, on
March 20, 2012, at 11:00 A.M.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST
IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF
ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY
OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS
PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN
60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
DISABILITY LANGUAGE: If you are a
person with a disability who requires
accommodations in order to
participate In a court proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to you,
the provision of certain assistance.
Individuals with a disabllity who
require special accommodations In
order to participate In a court
proceeding should contact the ADA


Coordinator, 173 NE Hernando
Avenue, Room 408, Lake City, FL
32055, (386) 719-7428, at least 7 days
before your scheduled court
appearance, or Immediately upon
receiving notification If the time
before the scheduled appearance is
less than 7 days; If you are hearing or
voice Impaired, call 711.
Dated this Feb, 16, 2012
ANNIE MAE MURPHY
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Marti Lee DC
Deputy Clerk


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN RE: ESTATE OF
CASE NO. 12-58-CP
CHARLES E. COURTNEY,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
CHARLES E. COURTNEY, deceased,
whose date of death was October
30, 2011, is pending In the Circuit
Court for Taylor County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of
which Is P.O. Box 620, Perry, FL 32348.
The names and addresses of the


personal representative and the
personal representative' and they
personal representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate
on whom a copy of this notice Is
required to be served must file their
claims with this court WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate
must file their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE,
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
Notice to Creditors Is March 7, 2012.
Personal Representative:
KATHY C. WILDER


3485 Sullivan Rd.
Perry, FL 32348
Attorney for Personal Representative:
Angela M. Ball
Attorney at Law
615 N. Jefferson St.
Perry, FL 32347
FL BAR 0796557
(850) 584-8960
FAX (850) 584-7907
aballlaw@hotmall.com
Dates Published 3/7 & 3/14


NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That
Pursuant to a WRIT OF EXECUTION
Issued in the County Court of St.
Johns County, Florida, on the 2nd,
day of August, 2011, in the cause
wherein J. Roger Harris, Is plaintiff,
and Melvin E, Price Is defendant,
being Case No. SP11-1102 In said
Court, I, Lawrence E. Williams, as
Sheriff of Taylor County, Florida, have
levied upon all the right, title and
Interest of the defendant Melvin E.
Price, In and to the following
described real property lying and
situate In Taylor County, Florida, to-
wit: PARCEL ID #06562-546
LOT 5, BLOCK B, YATES CREEK
LANDING SUBDIVISION AS RECORDED


IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE 158, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF TAYLOR
COUNTY, FLORIDA
And on the 19th day of March, 2012
at the West side of the Taylor County
Courthouse, 108 North Jefferson St., In
the City of Perry, Taylor County,
Florida, at the hour of 11:00 A.M., or
as soon thereafter as possible, I will
offer for sale all of the said
defendant, Melvin E. Price, rights,
title, and' Interest in aforesaid
property at public outcry and will sell
the same, subject to taxes, all prior
liens, encumbrances and judgments,
If any, to the highest and best bidder
or bidders for CASH, the proceeds to
be applied as far as may be to the
payment of costs and the satisfaction
of the above-described execution.
Sale is subject to Florida Tax Stamps.
In accordance with the American
With Disabilities Act, persons with
disabilities needing a special
accommodation to participate In this
proceeding should contact the Clerk
of Court, telephone (850) 838-3506,
not later than seven (7) days prior to
the proceeding.
L.E. "Bummy" Williams, as Sheriff
Of Taylor County, Florida
By: Sgt. Steven R. Bell #15
Deputy Sheriff


At the Booking Desk .. .

Editor's Note: It is the policy of Mayo, manufacturing of meth, Ptl. Keith Weekly, 28, 1505 W. homeless, loitering, disorderly David Woods, 20, 1627 Byron chemicals, possession of meth,
this newspaper to run the names of Hernandez, PPD. Highway 98, warrant (possession intoxication, Deputy Lee, TCSO. Bulter Parkway, dealing in stolen possession of drug paraphernalia,
all those arrested and booked at the Dominic White, 30, 903 S. of alcohol on SRWMD land), Ptl, Eddie Nelson Roberts, 24, 8108 property, petit theft, Inv. Hayden, Ptl. Griffin, PPD.
Taylor County Jail. All those listed Warner Ave., VOP (DWLSR), Ptl. Murphy, PPD. Marsan Road, battery, Deputy TCSO. Margaret Janette Corona, 39,
below have been charged with a Hernandez, PPD. Cynthia Horton, 22, 322' Gilbreath, TCSO. Danny Juday, 31, 1379 Pine Bluff 301 Sandra Street, passing a
crime, but are considered innocent Ernesto MiguelTrujuillo, 21,1115 Springhill Road, VOP (obtaining Cleveland Shane Sadler, 20, Road, battery, Ptl. Cash, PPD. worthless check, FTA (passing
until proven guilty. N. Faulkner Street, warrant (VOP controlled substance by fraud), 1900 Donald Russell Road, Mary Woods, 49, 1627 S. Byron worthless check, cheating), Deputy
Dec. 30: DWLS), Ptl. Hernandez, PPD. retail theft, Det. Norris, PPD. burglary, grand theft, dealing in Butler Parkway, dealing in stolen Hooker, TCSO.
Miguel Hernandez, 20, Jan. 3: Jan. 6: stolen property, Ptl. Griffin, PPD. property, petit theft, Inv. Hayden, Charlie Jason Sturdivant, 18,
2149 N. Highway 221, unlawful Ricky Dale Fowler, 41, 7100 Billy R. Davis, 35, 2228 Watts William Steven Micklos, 20, TCSO. 1988 Shiloh Church Road, burglary
compensation or reward for official Beach Road, burglary, theft, Deputy Lane, VOP (DWLSR habitual, 120 Hubba Street, burglary, grand Timothy Woods, 19, 1627 Byron of structure/conveyance, petit theft,
behavior, conspiracy to introduce Blue, TCSO. DWLSR habitual offender), Deputy theft, possession of less than 20 Butler Parkway, dealing in stolen Ptl. Murphy, PPD.
contraband into state prison, Officer Sandra Smith, 67, 1824 N. Blue, TCSO. grams cannabis, dealing in stolen property, petit theft, Inv. Hayden, Danny Smith Jr., 24, Jacksonville,
Livingston, TCI. Jefferson Street, VOP (grand theft), Joseph Farmer, 34, Greenville, property, Ptl. Griffin, PPD. TCSO. possession of listed chemicals,
Dec.31: Officer Carlton, P&R VOP (grand theft), Deputy Rosie Ridings, 36, 3870 Oak Jennifer Dawn Ryan, 27, 112 E. possession of meth, possession
Joseph Randolph Ward, 24, Live Jan. 4: Gulbrandsen, TCSO. Lane, trespass after warning, retail Dove Road, dangerous or vicious of drug paraphernalia, DWLS,
Oak,. carrying concealed weapon, Byron George Morse, 69, 13955 Kolby Upshaw, 20, 151 S. theft, cheating, Ptl. Johnson, PPD. animal, unvacciiated against conspiracy to manufacture meth,
Sgt. J. Ricketson, TCSO. Beach Road, FTA (expired driver's Roberson Street, aggravated Jeffery Dewayne Long, 31, rabies (3 charges), Deputy Gunter, Ptl. Griffin, PPD.
Sammy Barrs, 49, Edgewater, license more than six months), Sgt. assault with deadly weapon, Steinhatchee, VOP (DWLS), TCSO. Jan. 15:
possession of less than 20 grams Ricketson, TCSO. battery, Sgt. Gray, PPD. Deputy Shaw, TCSO. Jan. 13: Cherlyn Lanesse Sirmans,
cannabis, possession of drug Jermaine J. Flanders, 26, Jan. 7: Eddie Nelson Roberts, 24, 8108 Martin Scott Lane, 46, Jasper, 37, 907 S. Warner Ave., assault/
paraphernalia, DUI with property 1111 N. Faulkner Street, actual Ashley Dawne Green, 40, Live Marsan Road, battery, Deputy Ga., grand theft/vehicle, DUI with aggravated battery, Ptl. Hernandez,
damage, refusal to submiit to test, possession of firearm by convicted Oak, drug charge, DUI with property Gilbreath, TCSO. property damage, no CDL while PPD.
Trooper Parker, FHP. felon, Deputy Tompkins, TCSO. damage, Ptl. Hightower, PPD. Jan. 11: operating a CMV, Ptl. Hernandez, Jan. 17:
Toby Bell, 41, Live Oak, Calub Murphy, 18,1874 Johnson Jan.8: Katie Slobodian, 20, 2239 S. PPD. Robert Alan Murphy, 43, 112
manufacturing meth, Ptl. Stripling Road, warrant (aggravated DavidThomas, 49,3309 Highway Byron Butler, battery, assault, Brenda Roberts, 54, 8108 West Main Street, VOP (DWLS/
Hernandez, PPD. battery with great bodily harm), 19 South, disorderly intoxication, Deputy Burford, TCSO. Marsan Road, VOP (grand theft habitual), no officer given.
Edwin Lamar Hines, 41, High Deputy Tompkins, TCSO. Deputy Gunter, TCSO. Chad D. Cochran, 35, 162 Sand III, uttering forgery, fleeing law Jan.18:
Springs, DUI, Trooper Swindle, FHR Joseph J. Padgett, 26, 3159 Lisa N. Curfman, 24, 12755 Dollar Road, FTA (tampering with enforcement officer, resisting Lee Running Bear Bell, 29,
Cindy Ball, 56,12971 N. Gulfview Leroy Lyons Road, cheating, Warrior Creek Road, VOP (battery utilities, battery), Deputy Lundy, without violence), Deputy Lee, Church Street, DWLS/R habitual
Drive, retail theft, reckless driving, uttering forgery, petit theft, Ptl. on law enforcement officer, DUI), TCSO. TCSO. offender, Sgt. Ricketson, TCSO.
felony fleeing and eluding, Ptl. Murray, PPD. Deputy Blue, TCSO. Christopher Pitts, 34, 2645 Joshua Duane Poisel, 37, 1340 Timothy Woods, 19, 1627 Byron
Griffin, PPD. Michael Shannon Shaw, 26, Jan. 9: Mixon Road, VOP (dealing in stolen Bernard Johnson Road, VOP (failed Butler Parkway, VOP (burglary of
Jason Mclntosh, 39, Mayo, Salem, battery, Sgt. Ricketson, William Steven Micklos, 20, property), Sgt. Gray, PPD. to leave information at accident), unoccupied structure), Inv. Hayden,
manufacturing meth, ?t. JCSO.- ... i 1209, Hubba Street, battery, Ptl. Devin G. Embrey, 35,1627 Byron Deputy Tompkins, TCSO. TCSO.
bHernandez, PP'I. Marc Robert Poindexter, 48, 796 Hernandez, PPD. Butler Parkway, battery, Ptl. Murray, Ritchie Lament Davis, 40, 117 Dillon Dwayne McKinney, 21,
Jan. 1: Charles Hendry Road, battery on Kolby Upshaw, 20, 1511 S. PPD. Warner Ave., FTA (battery), Ptl. Steinhatchee, VOP (burglary of
Dominique R. Bryant, 21, 208 person over 65, Deputy Tompkins, Roberson Street, VOP (grand theft Jan. 12: Murphy, PPD. dwelling, theft), Deputy McKenzie,
Susan Street, battery, Ptl. Griffin, TCSO. III), Sgt. Gray, PPD. Charles W. Crews, 30, Old Town, Jan. 14: TCSO.
PPD. Jan. 5: Anthony Lee Brissel, 26, possession of more than 20 grams Steven J. Shumaker, 21, Mayo, Michelle Dean, 40, 419 E.
Ethel McDowell Wood, 41, Jermaine J. Flanders, 26, 1111 Moultrie,- Ga., retail theft, Ptl. cannabis, Det. Anderson, PPD. conspiracy, to manufacture meth, Dundee Street, VOP (possession
Mayo, manufacturing meth, N, ,Faulkner Street, attempted Hernandez, PPD. Jamie Lee Maddox, 34, possession of listed chemicals, of cocaine), Sgt. Ricketson, TCSO.
possession of meth, possession of felony murder, Sgt. Franklin, PPD. Jan. 10: Birmingham, Ala., VOP (burglary possession of meth, possession Diane Knowles, 34, 3545
controlled substance, possession George Kevin Cook, 35, 1809 Leon Robert .Smith, 31, of a dwelling, grand theft), Deputy of drug paraphernalia, Ptl. Griffin, Woodmore Lane, VOP (uttering
of concealed weapon, possession Dice Road, warrant (VOP grand no address given, DWLS/R, Blue, TCSO. PPD. forgery, petit theft), Sgt. Ricketson,
of drug paraphernalia, Ptl. Murphy, theft), FTA (battery, possession possession of less than 20 grams Rex Anthony Buzbee, 38, Shannon Adam Stewart, 20, Live TCSO.
PPD. of drug paraphernalia), Deputy cannabis, Ptl. Hernandez, PPD. 104 Briarwood Drive, VOP, Inv. Oak, conspiracy to manufacture
Mary Anne Mclntosh, :36, Burford, TCSO. Daniel Paul Johnson, 49, Keilerman; TCSO. meth, possession of listed "* Please see page 3

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6. Is this the final week of the 2012 Legislative session?


7. Name two 4-H'ers pictured at Florida's Capitol with Rep. Leonard Bembry.


8. There are two guitars for sale under today's miscellaneous items in the Classifieds. Which

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9. Midweek Muddle is about a chicken. What is the chicken's name?


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B-4 Taco Times March 7,2012


Taking part in the visit of the state Capitol were 4-H'ers and volunteers (I to
r) Hunter Fletcher, Lesha Fletcher, Jade Fletcher, Tanner Schwab, Trevor Schwab,
Sharon Grantham, Lindsey Shaw, John Rice, Levi Strickland and Angel Ketring.

4-H active in all 67 Florida counties


4-H,
Continued from page 1
Sumter, Taylor, Volusia, Walton
and Washington counties.
Founded in 1909, the Florida


4-H Youth Development
Program works with more
than 263,000 young people,
ages 5-18, and nearly 12,000
volunteers. The program is
active in all 67 counties and


Taylor County
Animal Shelter


Available for adoption this week at the Taylor County
Animal Shelter are (top photo) an adult male Australian
Shepherd. who does not like ,.cts .p., fowl and a
one-year-old female hound mix th'at volunteers
describe as "very sweet." To make either of these pets
part of your family, please contact the shelter today
at 838-2535. The shelter is'open Monday through
Friday.


the Seminole Tribe of Florida.
Headquartered in Gainesville, it
is part of UF's Institute of Food
and Agricultural Sciences.
For more information, visit
www.florida4h.org.

State qualifier

this weekend

in Gainesville


WORLD'S LARGEST
Continued from page 1
place trophy in the All-Around.
Carter took the silver medal on
floorandWhite the bronze on the
uneven bars amid a field of
tough contenders.
"This competition is
always lots of fun and we
all had a wonderful time.
The athletes are back in the
gym training for their next
competition. The girls team
will travel to Gainesville
for the AAU State Qualifier
March 10-11 and Evan
Richardson will be
headed to Tallahassee for
the state competition
March 17-18. Burkett,
Kidd, Jacksoi6, Maaitingly
and White will travel to
Kissimmee for the USAG
State Championships at the end
of the month," she said.


At the Booking Desk


(Continued from page 3)
Nequon White, 21, 20 Susan
Street, VOP (felony fleeing police
officer), Ptl. Hernandez, TCSO.
Charles Dustin Green, 24,
Greenville, VOP (burglary of
structure, grand theft), Deputy
Shaw, Madison County.
Jan.19:
Dustin Bain, 27, 101 Pine Tree
Road, no valid driver's license, Ptl.
Johnson, PPD.
Nino White, 41, 1109 E. Main
Street, VOP (possession of less
than 20 grams cannabis, sale
of controlled substance, felony
battery), Ptl. Hernandez, PPD.
Corey Jacobs, 20 1270 James
Cannpn Road, VOP (robbery by
sudden snatching, felony battery),
Deputy McKenzie, TCSO.
Thomas Traver, 32, Castle Rock,
Wash., VOP (uttering a forgery),
Deputy Burford, TCSO.
Aaron A. Cook, 24, 131 Buffalo
Drive, attempted first degree
murder, Ptl. Griffin, PPD.
Justin Baumgardener, 18, 1349
N. Reddick Drive, aggravated
assault with deadly weapon
on person over 65, delivery of
controlled substance, Ptl. Curry,
PPD.
Daniel Townsend, 24, 5260
Highway 19 South Lot B, FTA (VOP
resisting without violence, battery
on law enforcement officer), Deputy
Hooker, TCSO.
Jan.20:
J.D. Thomas, 24, 1565 Bernard
Johnson Road, VOP (DWLS),
Deputy Gunter, TCSO.
Connie Brunson, 42, 3250 David
Horton Road, VOP (possession of


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cocaine), Officer Hendry, P&R
Jan. 21:
Thomas Fischer, 23, 4282 San
Pedro Road, theft of vehicle, DUI,
DWLS, Deputy Cash, TCSO,
Trooper Swindle, FHP.
Allan T. Benton, 29, 2440 Dennis
Howell Road, failure to comply,
Deputy Lundy, TCSO.
Jan. 22:
Nicole Teresa Gravel, 42,
21095 Keaton Beach Road, felony
fleeing and eluding, possession
of less than 20 grams cannabis,
possession of drug paraphernalia,
Ptl Hightower, PPD.
Michael Cory Phelps, 19, 1811
Pine. Bluff Road, DUI, no valid
driver's license, Ptl. Hightower,
PPD.
Jan. 23:
Billy Allen Laird, 18, 1190
Fairview Lane, VOP (burglary,
grand theft/vehicle, tampering
with evidence), Deputy Tompkins,
TCSO.
Willie Bowles, 39, 500 S. Warner
Ave., C-1, VOP (felony petit theft,
trespass occupied structure/
conveyance), Deputy McKenzie,
TCSO.
Daniel Michael McCune, 26,
Jennings, sale of controlled
substance, Officer Basch, TCSO.
Cheryln Lanesse Sirmans,
37, 907 S; Warner Ave., VOP
(aggravated battery), Ptl.
Hernandez, PPD.
Chastity L. Houston, 38, 111
West Glenn Street, FTA (petit theft),
Deputy Cash, TCSO.
Dustin Bain, 27, 101 Pine Tree
Road, DWLS, DUI with property
damage, refusal to submit
after license suspended, Trooper


Parker, FHP.
Jan. 24:
William' Jonathan Ward, 31,
1707 Pine Bluff Road, VOP (felony
battery, DWLS), Deputy Tompkins,
TCSO.
Kenneth Mosley, 36, Horn Lake,
Miss., DWLS (second), unlawful
use of license, Trooper Chaffin,
FHR
Seth B. Parker, 27, 3289
Boyd Road, fleeing/eluding, Sgt.
Campbell, TCSO.
Darrell Green, 50, Titusville,
FTA (DWLS), Deputy Hooker,
TCSO.
Dominique Dixon, 22, 481
Hendry Ave., VOP (possession of
less than 20 grams cannabis), Ptl.
Hernandez, PPD.
Jeffery Lee Sadler Jr., 22, 507
E. Bacon Street, possession
of cannabis with intent to
sell, possession of more than 20
grams cannabis, possession of
drug paraphernalia, Ptl. Griffin,
PPD.
Jan. 25:
Charles William Jackson, 44,
814 E. Paige Street, DUI, DWLS
(second), Trooper Parker, FHP.
Richie Davis, 40, 117 Warner
Ave., bakery, Deputy Tomkins,
TCSO.
Chelsea Walker, 24,
Steinhatchee, VOP (burglary
of structure, criminal mischief),
Deputy Gilbreath, TCSO.
Jan.26:
Danzel Eugene Copen, 59,
Fairview, W.Va., DUI, Ptl. Hightower,
PPD.
Michael Eady, 43, 4926
Oxford Street, battery, Deputy Blue,
TCSO.


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