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August 24, 2005 Tree Capital of the South 2 Sections Our 44th Year, No. 34
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Marijuana found in truck
Driver dies on
A 73-year old Perry man is dead
and authorities say he collapsed on
the side of the road after his pick-
Editing is still ongoing for the
upcoming documentary, "Our Town:
Perry," therefore, the premiere party
tentatively scheduled for this
Saturday, Aug. 27, has been delayed
The documentary, produced by
SWFSU in Tallahassee, will consist of a
series of "shorts" filmed by Taylor
The premiere party will be held
- Thursday, Dec. 1, in Perry, producers
said. The film.will then be shown
during WFSU's December pledge
Steinhatchee School will host its
annual Open House Thursday, Oct.
25, from 7-8:30 p.m.
All students and their parents are
-encouraged to attend.
'Round up' for
Scouts is Thursday
Parents and guardians are
reminded that the annual Cub
Scout/Boy'Scout-'round up" will'bev.
held Thursday, Aug. 25, at 6:30 p.m:
The informational meeting will be
held at Perry Primary School.
hosts Bake Sale
Capital City Bank will host a bake
a.saj.to benefit the March of Dimes'
.WaikAmerica Friday, Aug. 26,
beginning at 8:30 a.m.
"Thesale will continue until 6 p.m. or
"until all thegoodies are soldl'
speak Aug. 26
S Taylor, County Commissioner Daryll
Guhter will address seniors. at the
Talor. Senior Center Friday, Aug. 26,
beginning at 11 a.m. .
- Gunterwill discuss items of interest'
.f6r. ti6hse in District 2 and will speak on
the county commission's past, present
,;This will be the second in a series of
'.know .your government". programs
sponsored by the Senior Center. All
'members of the city,' council .and
county commission are being invited
to present programs at the Senior
A' Community inyitatibn is extended:
For more information, call Carol Fdndo
Win free gas or
Sa picnic table
A raffle is currently being held to
benefit the March of Dimes' 2005
'. tickets for a chance'to win a $10.
.gas',dard 'from Wal-Mart- or -a hanrid-
..rafted picnic table are available from
volunteers at Buckeye. Community
tie table was built and donated by
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up truck broke down.
Law enforcement officers also
reported that as they were taking
inventory of the man's truck. a total
of 162 grams of marijuana was
found under the seat and in the
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-,.;New Taylor County High Head Football Coach Price Harris (far left) shouts instructions to his
players during a break in the action last Thursday in Mayo. For more on the "Kickoff Classic,"
see today's sports page (A-6).
According to' Taylor County
Sheriff's Office Dep. Robert
Luhdy, a call went out at
approximately 2:45 p.m. "in
reference to an older white male
driving a pick-up truck who
appeared to have had a heart attack
and was unconscious."
Lundy said that when he arrived,
he determined that the man,
.identified as Robert Cecil Rial,
who lived.on Mixon Road, had just
"After my initial observation of
the body, I determined no foul play
was suspected at this time," Lundy
On the scene was Department of
Environmental Protection Agency
Off. Stacey Everett, who told
Lundy that he had phoned in the
initial report after another motorist
flagged him down.
Doctors' Memorial Hospital
Emergency Medical Services was
called to the scene and confirmed
that Rial was dead.
Lundy said he found two bags of
marijuana inside Rial's truck.
After TCSO Inv. Donna Lee
arrived at the site and took over the
investigation, more marijuana was
found, bringing the total to 162
grams with an estimated street
value of between $700 and $800.
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Man,, 22, killed in
Cross City crash
A Perry man was killed Saturday. in a one-vehicle automobile crash in
Dixie County, according to reports filed with the Florida Highway Patrol.
Jeffrey Lee Davis Jr., 22, was the passenger in a 2000 Dodge van driven
by David Carrillo, 27, from Immokalee, when the vehicle entered a curve
on U.S. Hwy 19, approximately 11 miles north of Cross City.
According to FHP Trooper E. Johnson, the van "failed to negotiatethe
curve and left the roadway on the west shoulder, traveling several hundred
feet on the grassy shoulder before coming back onto the roadway.
"The driver over-corrected the vehicle as it came back onto the roadway,
which caused it to begin.a clockwise rotation," he.added. "The van then left
the highway again, colliding with a pine tree in the driver's door area. The
vehicle sustained heavy crush damage into the passenger compartment.
"Both the driver 'and front seat passenger were pronounced dead at the
-scene by Dixie County Emergency Medical Services." Johnson said. "The
preliminary investigation revealed that speed was a factor in the crash."
Complete obituary information for Davis may befound on page A-5.
For Steinhatchee boat ramp
Commission focuses on two sites
The search for potential sites to
locate a boat ramp in Steinhatchee
is focusing on county streets with
access to the river.
The county commission directed
the Steinhaichee Boat Ramp
Committee to have site surveys
performed on two streets in the
First grader finds
cocaine at school
A ".ime bag" of cocaine was
found by a seven-year-old student
at Perry Primary School last week.
According to the Taylor County
Sheriffs Office, the first grader
said he found the drugs next to an
empty desk in hts classroom. The
student turned over the small pink
baggie to his teacher, who called
the school's dean.
Deputy Darell Upshaw was
dispatched to the school, along
with Perry Police Department Sgt.
Dodd Franklin and Ptl. Wesley
Cooper. The white substance in the
bag field-tested positive for
cocaine and was seized by the
Contact was made with the
child's parents. who said they had
spoken with him about the dangers
Officers were unable to
determine the source of drugs or
how it came to be on school
City Council eyes 'in
The Perry City Council is eyeing a possible "in house" consolidation of
its recreation and public works departments.
Mayor Emily Ketring first brought the idea to the table during the
council's Aug. 9 meeting and members \were expected to continue
discussions on the tbpic Tuesday night.
Initial reactions to the move were mixed, with council members in falor
and department heads raising concerns.
"We keep hearing how we are short in both departments so w hy not look
at combining them and better utilize our resources." KeLring said.
"If we did that, we'd have more staff and could stagger shifts as needed,"
Councilman Don Cook said.
"And you could keep our equipment running longer with the same
people," Ketring noted.
"If you do that, then (Recreation Director Glenn Ratlitf) is gaining and
I'm losing because you'll have my people doing Glenn's work." Public
Works Director Barney Johnson said.
"I think as a council what we are saying is we would like ICitl Manager
Bill Brynes) to look at what we're asking and bring us back a
recommendation," Cook said.
That recommendation was to be discussed at the council's regular
meeting Aug. 23.
At last Tuesday's meeting, the
commission was presented with a
list of 10 streets in Steinhatchee
and the cost for each survey.
The boat ramp committee had
given the commissioners the list of
sites at its previous meeting, but
had not included a price estimate
"The objective of the surveys is
to find a location with the least
impact on the community which
allows the most parking," a
committee member said at that
County Administrator Buddy
Humphries subsequently contacted
Delta Land Surveyors. Inc., which
pro ided the cost estimates.
The streets on the list were:
Founh Street West. $950; Third
Street West, $950: Second Street
West. $400: Main Street, $950;
Second Street East, $1.150;
Thirteenth Street East, $600:
Fourteenth Street East, $950; First
Avenue South, $600; Central
Avenue, $600; and First Avenue
The cost, of ihe ten surveys
Commissioner Clay Bethea,
whose district includes
Steinhatchee, objected to'several of
the streets on the'list.
S"Some of these are not feasible,"
He then made a motion to fund
the surveys, excluding Main Street,
Thirteenth Street East, Fourteenth
Street East and Central Avenue.
Commissioner Malcolm Page.
seconded the motion and
Commissioner Jack Brown called
Brown said that Attorney Mike
Smith had contacted him, stating
that in his research of past board
minutes he had found that several
roads in the Steinhatchee Area had
been closed and abandoned by the
county in years past, particularly
several in 1939, which were still on.
the maps as county property.
"I don't want to pay for surveys if
I don't know if I own .the land,"
Ways to conduct the research
necessary to determine which
roads, if any, had been abandoned
by the county were discussed,
including using the services of the
newly hired planning board
attorney,'John N. Weed.
The commission decided to hire
a firm to conduct title searches on
the streets on'the committees list.
Commission Chairman Daryll
Gunter suggested limiting the
search two or three sites and have
the committee choose their top
During the discussions, Bethea's
motion was amended several times
and the commissioners decided it
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-. .All eyesJ.ere.on the big screen Thursday evening during a special presentation of the
c-.iocumeritary "Kilowatt Ours--A Plan to Re-Energize America." The screening was part
o."f. a public.meeting hosted by opponents of the proposed coal-fired power plant looking to
build a.$1'.4 billion facility in North Florida. About two dozen local residents attended the
IeetinQ, which was held at Chaparral Restaurant.
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Opening the treasure
. Verlyn Mason and Debbie Mason are shown during grand opening ceremonies at Beach
Treasures, a home furnishings and accents shop, and Mason's Coastal Realty, with broker Shari
Beth Olefson. Both businesses are located at Keaton Beach, just before Hodges Park. Hours are
10 a.m. 5 p.m., Tuesday through Thursday; 10 a.m. 7 a.m., Friday and Saturday; and 10
a.m. 4 p.m., Sunday. Beach Treasures can be reached at 578-2505; Coastal Realty at 578-
Coastal group takes shape
STaylor County's new coastal
management committee came a
step closer to fruition last week
when commissioners agreed, on
several details about the
Commissioner Clay Bethea,
who first proposed the committee
at the board's June 20 meeting,
suggested it have seven members.
Each commissioner would
designate one member and two
more would be chosen by the
board as a whole from an at-large
pool of candidates.
Several members of the public
spoke out about the committee,
most expressing concerns that the
committee would not include
enough people from the coastline.
Commissioners responded that
they would like to see the board
consisting of people representing
'I think the coastline is a big
enough issue to have someone out
there looking just at that. '-Bethea
the various coastal communities
in the county, including
Steinhatchee, Keaton Beach,
Econfina and Spring Warrior.
The committee would have no
pqier to make rules or regulations
itself and would instead advise the
board on issues pertaining to the
coast, commissioners said when:
questioned. It would also 'have to
function under Florida Sunshine
The commission agreed to
Bethea's design and said they
would bring the names of their
designees to the board's next
meeting, Tuesday, Sept. 6.
The coastal committee was
created after Commissioner Clay:
Bethea told the board of a 1969
Legislative Act giving Taylor
County the right to create a port
authority to manage its coastline.
The wording as well as the age
of the act raised questions, and the
commission decided to instead
create the coastal committee.
"There's a plethora of issues
down there," Bethea said at the
June 20 meeting. "I think the
coastline is a big enough issue to
have someone out there looking
just at that."
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Local gymnasts excel in Louisiana
2005 Taylor County High School valedictorian Joey Jarvis
was joined by his family during a special check presentation
S.at the Perry Elks Lodge.
to Jarvis, Reams
SThe Perry Elks Lodge 41851
Recently awarded- youth
Scholarships to two.2005 Taylor
County graduates, Joey Jarvis and
On a national level, the BPO
Elks provide scholarships to more
deserving students than any other
organization except the federal
Government. Locally, the Elks'
charitable endeavors are funded
primarily by the Bingo program.
Bingo sessions are conducted every
Monday evening beginning at 7
SChairman David Lloyd and his
Dedicated volunteers help conduct
S Who will be inducted into the,
Boys & Girls Club Hall of Fame'?
Find out during the first All-
Star Dinner Gala & Capital
Campaign planned Friday, Aug..
26, at the Perry Elks Lodge.
Hosted by the Boys & Girls
Club, the event will begin at 7
- p.m.; tickets are $50 per couple.
"Join us for an evening of fun,
dinner, live jazz, a silent auction,
dancing and more," Executive
Director Kevin Kidd said. .:
S "Celebrate with us .as we
S'recognize our achievements and
top two sites
the program, and the faithful bingo
players contribute greatly to
charity as well as having fun.
doing it, organizers said.
"The Elks are happy that 'these
scholarships could be funded and
extend best wishes to Joey and
Rebecca as they pursue; their
On the national level
applications for scholarships will
be available at the high school.'
This year the two top national
scholarship winners received
$60.000 scholarships with more
than $2 million being distributed
to deserving students.
for this Friday:
eed' c its*
plan for the future."
For tickets, please call 584-
Five local gymnasts traveled to
New Orleans, La., to compete in
the 2005 Junior Olympics.
Athletes from across the nation
participated in this prestigious
competition. "The boys were just
incredible", says Coach Nasko
AlaguenSki. Each boy made a
personal improvement at this final
competition of the season and had
S a great time in New Orleans, he
On the first day of competition,
Luke Kallschmidt finished first on
the Floor and Still Rings, second
on the Pommel Horse and the All-
Around. Skyler Hewitt was first
on Vault and third on Floor and
the All-Around while Micah Byrd
captured the Gold medal on High
Bar, Silver on Pommel Horse and
Bronze on Rings. Myles Byrd had
a great competition and finished
third on the Parallel Bars. All
gymnasts including Garrett Price
advanced to the'Finals for their
finish in the the top ten of their
"At the finals, Luke
Kallschmidt gave a stellar
performance and finished third on
the Parallel Bars, second oh Floor,
Pommel Horse, Vault and the All-
Around while taking Gold on the
Rings and High Bar. Skyler
Hewitt was definitely on his game
taking third on theParallel Bars,
second on Pommel Horse, High
Bar and the All-Around. while
taking top honors with the Gold
medal on Floor, Still Rings, and
Vault. Skyler.tied the record high
score for our gym with a 9.9 on'
the Rings," said his coach.
"We were all very excited and
proud of him. Garrett Price
finished fourth on the Rings and,
Vault while ending up ninth, in the
All-Around. Micah Byrd took first
place on the High Bar, second on
Vault and third in the All-Around
while his brother Myles took third
place on the Still Rings, Parallel-
SBars, High Bar and in the All-
Around. Myles also took the Gold
medal on Vault. Myles, Micah and
Skyler competed as a team and
S',i; took first place in the 7-8 yr. old
Level 4 competition. Garrett Price
teamed up with two other,
gymnasts from Florida to take
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second place in the 12 year old
"I was very pleased with our
boy's performance in New
Orleans. I credit their hard work
and the coach for their success,"
said Lisa Arrowood, owner and
manager of Taylor Gymnastics,
Cheerleading and Dance.
The Taylor County Historical
Society has set an Aug. 31
deadline for submissions for book
16 of the series "They Were Here."
Photos and biographical
information may be brought to the
historical society museum, which
is open every Thursday afternoon
from 1-5 p.m.
President Wanda Cash also
reminds residents that the society
has copies of the books "In Search
of the Aucilla" and "Fishing for
the Abundant Life, A Journey of
Faith" by R.C. Balfour III
available for purchase.
The first Dixie Wheelin
Jamboree, featuring country music
star Mark Chesnutt, will be held
Saturday, Sept. 3, at the Cross
Also slated to appear are Bryan
White.and Earl Thomas Conley.
The event is being sponsored by
the Dixie County chapter of the
Wheelin Sportsmen, which
organizes fishing and hunting trips
for persons with disabilities.
Gates open at 3 p.m.; -the
concert will start at 5 p.m. For
ticket locations, call (352) 498-
0300 or e-mail
Coach Nasko Alaguenski with Junior Olympic gymnasts from
WCTV's weather man
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WCTV Chief Meteorologist today (Wednesday), beginning at
'Mike McCall will present a 11 a.m.
special weather program at the All interested persons are invited
Taylor County Senior Center to attend.
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An autopsy Tuesday revealed
substantial enlargement and other
irregularities to Rial's heart, but it
was not clear at this point if he
actually suffered a heart attack.
An 'investigation is on-going,
but authorities say Rial may have
been attempting to get water for
an over-heated radiator when he
collapsed, as a bucket was found
near the body.
Should be simpler for him to
Rescind hi's motion and: begin
Bethea then made a new motion.
authorizing the boar ramp
Committee to perform site surveys
and title searches on their top two
sites, excluding the same 'four
Streets as before. The cost was
not to exceed $3,500, with the
Money to be paid out of the
'county's contigency fund, he said.
.; Page once again seconded the
motion and the measure passed
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Las Vegas wedding will
unite couple on Oct. 31
Ronald and Shirley Gunter announce the engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter, Ali, to James Parker, the son of John and
Debbie Parker, all of Perry.
The wedding will take place on Oct. 31, 2005, in Las Vegas, Nev., at
the Viva Las Vegas Wedding ChapeL ,The ceremony can be viewed on
line at www.vivalasvegashotel.com at 6 p.m. (EST), A wedding
reception for the couple will be held at a later date.
Clowns meet Thursday
The Miles of Smiles Clown the art of clowning is invited to
Alley meets the firsf Thursday of attend; the meetings begin at 7
each month at the Perry/Taylor
County Chamber of Commerce.
Anyone interested in learning
For more information, contact
Marcia Parker at 578-2582.
Richard Hattaway, Jennifer Elyse Jackson.
On October 15
Jackson, Hattaway to
wed at 'Winterbourne
Teresa and And\ Jackson of Perry announce the engagement of their
daughter, Jennifer Elyse, to Richard Haitnaay of Jacksonville. the son of
Jimmy 'and. Beverly Sorrells of Jacksonville and Richard Hattaway of
The bride-elect graduated from the University of North Florida in 20(2
with a Bachelor .of Fine Arts degree in graphic design and advertising:
She is currently employed as an advertising consultant at Horizon
Promotional Products in Jackson\ ile.
SMiss Jackson is the granddaughter of Helen and C.T. Burgess of Perry,
Betty Dickert of Jacksonvdle and T.A. Jackson of Perry.
' The npnn eclivc room graduated from the Universinv of Norih' Florida
Joanna Gipson and Donal Gregory remind friends and relatives of their
wedding this Saturday, Aug. 27, at 3 p.m. in the Word of Truth
Tabernacle on Highway 221. A reception will follow.
William Miles Hunter reunion
this weekend at Ichetucknee
The William Miles Hunter Family Reunion will be held at 11 a.m. on
Saturday, Aug. 7,. at the Ichetucknee River home of Jim and Carol
Martin. A covered dish lunch will be shared at noon.
AJI friends and relatives are invited to attend, and to assist in updating
the Miles Hunter Family Tree.
For more information (or directions), please call 386) 719-4866 after 5
p.m., or during the daytime, contact 386-365-3666.
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behavioral research tell us
about the best way to raise
.children?, Have scientific
studies spelled out. what
works and what doesn't,
especially regarding how to
DR. DOBSON: My answer
may sound like heresy coming
from a man who spert 10 years of
his life as a professor of pediatrics,
responsible for medical and
behavioral research, but I don't
believe the scientific community
is capable.of determining the best
parenting techniques. There have
been some worthwhile studies, to
be sure, but the subject of
discipline almost defies definitive
Why? Because the only way to
study this topic scientifically
would be to'place newborns
randomly in "permissive" vs.
"disciplined" families, and then,
keep them under close observation
for 10 or 15 years. Since it is
impossible. to do that, researchers
have tried to tease out information
where they could find it. But
family relationships are so
*multidimensional and complicated
that they almost defy rigorous
scrutiny..Indeed, most of the
studies reported in the literature are
For example, Dr. David Larson,
4:'a psychiatrist and formerly a
researcher at the National
Institutes of Health, reviewed 132
articles in professional journals
that purported to investigate the
long-term consequences of
'corporal punishment. He found
most of them flawed in design.
Ninety percent of the studies failed
to distinguish between good
homes where spanking was
:administered by' loving parents,
and those bordering on (or actually
' inflicting) child abuse. This
distinction is critical for obvious
reasons. Dr. Larson concluded that
the findings were.invalidated by
this failure to consider the overall
health of family relationships.
To repeat, the consequences of
various approaches to parental
discipline appear to be beyond the
reach of social research. It is
simply not possible to study this
complex subject scientifically
without warping families to set up
the research design. Even if such
studies were conducted, the
researchers would be studying
contrived families, not typical
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William A. Fletcher
William A. Fletcher, 65, died'
Aug. 18, 2005.
A native of O'Brien, he had
lived in Augusta, Ga., most of his
life. He was retired from'
International Paper Company after
. 37-years of service. He, was a
Sur\ ivors include: his wife of
nearly 40 years, Linda Fletcher;
two daughters, Barbara-Spence and
Donna Homschek. both of
Augusta; three brothers, Orlan
Fletcher of Perry, Irvin Fletcher of-
Hephzibah, Ga., and Charles
Fletcher of Harlem, Ga.; and four.
' Funeral services were held
Tuesday, Aug. 23, at 3 p.m. at
Hatcher, Chance -& Hydrick
SFuneral Home, with Elder James.
STranter officiating. Interment
Followed at \Westover NImnor,ial
S Family: members received
Friends Monday from 4 until 6
S'p.m. at Hatcher, Chance *&.
H ydrick Funeral Home, which was
in charge of the arrangements.
Donald Lee Shaw
Donald Lee Shaw, 55. died Aig.
14. 2005. in Juneau, Alaska.
Surn i'ors include: his father and
.:step-mother. Retdrnel Shaw and
Miriam Shaw of Perry; two
Children, Steve Shaw of Atlanta,
Ga., and Donna Bender of
Inverness: two brothers. Louis
Shaw of Perry and Shelby Shaw
of Alaska; a sister, Joann Wats of.
Perry: and a host of nieces and
:He was predeceased by his
mother. Margaret Shaw.
S; Graveside services will be held
Saturday, Aug. 27, at 11 a.m. at
N- Mingo Cemetery in Dixie County
with Eddie Pridgeon officiating.
:Jeffrey Lee Davis Jr.
Jeffrey Lee Davis Jr.,.22, died
Aug. 20. 2005, in Cross City.
Born in Akron, Ohio, he was a
laborer in logging.
Survivors include: his parents.
Jeffrey Lee Davis Sr. and Latin
Isarangkoon; six brothers, Max
, Perez, Carlos Grandison, Abraham
-,Granidison, Darrel Gandison,
Thai Perez and Keith Davis;. three
sisters, Mary Grandison, Maxey
Perez and Chrisiine Murrav: and
one uncle, Carl Davis.
Memorial services will be held
today, Ang. 24, at 4 p.m. at 'oe (C
P. Burns' Funeral Home with,
SDonnie Gipson officiating.
Burns Funeral' Home is in
charge of the arrangements.
Helen A. Strubell-
Helen A. Strubell-Bowman, a
homemaker, '76, died' Aug. 18,
2005, in Perry.
Born in Lawrence Park, Pa.,-to:
the late.Alfred C. Heyer and the
late Helen C. Phifer Heyer, she
:had lived in Perry since 2004,
moving here from Holly Hill. She -
was a Baptist.
She was preceded in death by her:
late husbands. Harvey Glynn
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A-5 The Taco Times August 24, 2005
FDOT announces work
now underway in Taylor
The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) has announced the
following roadway projects underway in Taylor County:
--State Road 51: Crews will be repainting the roadway lines from the
Dixie County line to Roy's Restaurant in Steinhatchee.
--U.S. 19: Crews will be repainting the roadway lines from north of
Perry south to Salem.
--U.S. 98: Crews will be repainting the roadway lines from County
Road 356 to the Jefferson County line.
--U.S. 19: Daytime lane closures to place the final layer of asphalt from
the Steinhatchee River to just north of Josh McCall Road.
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Stop Jasper 15-0; fall to Mayo 22-12
A-6 The Taco Times August 24,2005
'Dogs 'impressive' in pre-season games
By AARON PORTWOOD
The new-look Taylor County
B.Iulldogs opened the 2005
campaign with a pre-season
"Kickoff Classic" jamboree in
Mayo that could be best described
as the "tale of two halves."
The Bulldogs sat out the first
half of the three-team jamboree
and watched as Hamilton County
defeated. Lafayette County, 12-6.
Taylor then suited up against
Hamilton County and dominated
the Trojans, 15-0. However, the
Bulldogs seemed to fade in the
intense August heat, falling in
their second half of play against
the Lafayette, County Hornets,
who used a powerful rushing
attack to pound Taylor County,
All three teams finished tied
with identical 1-1 records. (One
interesting note: both teams that
played back-to-back halves, lost
the second half to the more rested,
In all, it was an impressive pre-
season outing for the Bulldogs and
first-year Head Coach Price Harris,
who came into the Kickoff Classic
.without the benefit of spring
conditioning drills or a. spring
'Taylor was also playing without
three senior starters, who each
~missed a workout session and
therefore did' not travel with the
team. True to his word before the
game, Coach Harris saw that all
30 players' received significant
playing time and alternated first
and second team units on each
,possession, regardless of the-score
QB Genario McNealy (6-1, 192-
pound senior) looked especially
sharp in' his 2005 debut,
completing 5 of his 7 passes for
79 yards and a touchdown with no
interceptions in addition to
r iaing four times"J'6r 79 yards
;and another iouchdow\in.
SMcNealy looked comfortable
-running the Bulldogs' new
:"Flexbone"' triple option offensive
attack arid put added.pressure on
Ithe defense by rolling out and
hitting receivers on the run.
Senior wingback Tony Powell
(5-11, 175 Ibs.) alsb emerged as
an offensive threat, contributing
remarkable plays in both halves.
including a 33-pard kickoff return
and a 55-yard touchdown run
against Hamilton, as well as a 34-
yard TDcatch against Mayo.
SThe Bulldogs' rushing attack,.
which exploded for 165 yards and
2 TD's in the win over Hamilton--
before faltering for just 32 yards
on 12 carries in the loss to
Lafayette-saw 10 different
players carry the ball.
McNealy led the way with 4
carries for 79 yards and 1 TD,,
followed by Powell (3 carries for
62 yards and a TD), junior
fullback Delvan Whetsel (5
carries, 20 'yards), freshman
wingback Bryckoski Jackson (1
carry for 20 yards), who had a 60-
yard touchdo% n run called back on
a holding penalty in the first half
Sophomore Greg Snead finished
with 4 carries for 13 yards,
followed by senior fullback
Marvin Britt (2 carries, 7 yards),
senior fullback Shawn Padgett (2
'carries, 2 yards), junior fullback
Gerald Walker (2 carries, 0 yards),
Carl Padgett (1 carry) and back-up
QB Marquis Ellis, who struggled
with the snap exchange and lost
six yards on four carries, including
two fumble recoveries.
In adglition to Powell's four
catches for 70 yards (including a
two-point conversion pass from
; Shawn Padgett), Jamar. McIntyre
hauled in a nine-yard'catch and
Sebastian Ingram had a beautiful
.,0-yard interception return for a
touchdown against Lafayette in
which he baited the QB to throw
the ball andr broke in front of the
The Bulldogs defense looked
intimidating in the first half of
action against Hfamilton; holding
the Trojans to just 45 yards of
Total offense .(all rushing).
Hamilton managed 45 yards on 19
carries (2.4 yards per carry) and
went 0 for 4 passing, including a
pass deflection by .Zach Bradshaw.
: "Led :by junior linebacker Jake.
i' Meacham (5-11, 188 lb: junior
'linebacker), the Taylor County
defense swarmed on Hamilton
County ball carriers and harassed
the Trojan QB.
Defensive lineman Cole Revels
(6-1, 195 lb. senior), linebacker
Delvan Whetsel (6-2, 194 lb.
junior), defensive lineman Drew
Southerland (6-0, 202 lb. junior),
Marvin Britt (6-1, 233 lb. senior),
Shawn Padgett (5-10, 176 lb.
senior) and the defensive line
delivered some stinging hits and
wrapped up well in the shutout of
The Trojans managed to cross
midfield only once on offense and
that was when the Bulldogs gave
Hamilton the ball at the Taylor
37-yard line due to a bad snap over
punter John Crowley's head.
Taylor had more trouble with
the deep snapping later in the
game against Mayo, when 'another
high snapped sailed over Crowley
and out of the endzone for a safety
that helped Lafayette-who had just
scored to pull ahead, 7-6--quickly
take a16-6 lead.
Taylor took control of Hamilton
early, with Powell's 33-yard
kickoff return and Jackson's 60-
yard TD run that was called back.
Powell caught a 24-yard pass and
took an option pitch 55 yards for a
touchdown twoplays later to give
Taylor a 6-0 lead. Powell'also
caught the two-point pass to make
it 8-0. -
The Taylor defense forced,
Hamilton to punt and the Bulldogs
had trouble moving the ball before
a bad snap gave the Trojans good
field position at the Taylor 42-.ard
line. The Dogs' defense came up
big, forcing a fumble that Taylor
recovered on first down, but an
"inadvertent whistle" ruled the
play dead and negated the turnover.
The Bulldog defense responded
as Meacham made two big tackles
for a loss and Hamilton turned the
ball over on a 4th and 19 play
from the Bulldogs'-32.
On the very next, play McNealy
faked a hand-off and looked off a
defender before tucking the ball for
a 68-yard TD run.
Crowley's kick gave Taylor a
15-0 lead and Meacham recovered a
fumble on the Trojans' second
play. Taylor gaVe Crowley two
long field goal attempts (34 and
60 yards) late in the half, but both
were low or short, as the Bulldogs
struggled ith their special teams
,snaps and holds.
The Bulldogs looked to pick up
where they left off in the second
half with Lafayette-reco ering a
fumble afterNMayo had picked up a
first down on their first
possession. Two big runs by
Whetsel set up a nine-yard pass
and a 34-yard TD pass from
McNealy to Powell.
The two-point play failed to
give Taylor a 6-0 lead. The rested
Mayo offense took over from
there, ripping off long runs of 53
and 21 yards before scoring on a
one-yard plunge to pull ahead 7-6.
The bad punt snap gave Mayo a
safety, a 9-6 lead and the ball,
which the Hornets quickly
marched to the endzone in six
plays with a bruising ground
attack. Trailing 16-6, the Bulldogs
could move the ball and had to
punt, but'Ingram gave Taylor a
boost by scoring on defense with
the highlight-reel interception
return for a touchdown with 1:16
to play in the third quarter to pull
the Bulldogs within 16-12.
Mayo ground out the clock and
wore down the Bulldog defense
with a long drive, riding the backs
of huge running backs Eric
MdIntyre and Morgan Rutherford,
before.- punting, but Taylor
'couldn't mount an attack and failed
to pick up a first down from their
Another Bulldog punt gave
Mayo the ball and the Hornets
scored five plays later on a 37-yard
TD run by Rutherford to seal the
, Taylor County will open'the
regular season this Friday night at
home against the Chiple\ Tigers
in their first home game of the
.year'at 7:30 p.m.
Shawn Padgett (20) prepares to take a handoff from QB Genario McNealy (7) during action
Here Thursday, 7 p.m.
TCMS opens with 80 players
The Taylor County Middle
School football team opens its
2005 season this Thursday when
Cross City comes to town. Kickoff
is set for 7p.m.
Head Coach Dale Brewer
expects to dress but 80 youngsters
this year as his team tries to
improve on last.year's 5-1 record.
"The kids have been working
hard and have come a long way in
a short amount of time," Brewer
This year's schedule features
seven games -- four at home and.
three on the road.
"Quincy Shanks and Fort White
are newcomers to our schedule.
Long-time rival Florida High has
decided not to play us anymore,"
This year's roster consists of 14
sixth graders, 31 seventh graders
and 36 eight graders..
"We have some big kids and
quite a bit of speed. We believe
we should have another good year
at TCMS," he said.
Cheerleader registration ends
-" *Cheerleader registration fdr the'
upcoming city recreation flag and
tackle football leagues will be
held Aug. 22-25 from 5:30 p.m.
until 6:30 p.m.
Cheerleading is for youngsters,
ages 7-9 and 10-12 as of Dec. 31,
2005. The registration fee is $35
Registration will take place in
the portable building on the
visitors' side of Dorsett Stadium.
For more.information, contact the.
rec department at 584-3006.
Each participant must be
accompanied by a parent/guardian
and a birth certificate is required.
Flag sign-up today
Registration for the upcoming'
city recreation flag football league
will be held Aug. 22-25 from 5:30
p.m. until 6:30 p.m.
The league is for. youngsters,
ages 7-9 as of Dec. 31, 2005. The
registration fee is $35 per player.
Registration will take place in
the portable building on the
visitors' side of Dorsett Stadium.
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A-7 The Taco Times August 24, 2005
Creationist speaks at Pleasant Grove tonight
"Creation vs. Evolution" through Friday Lundy invites the community to attend; dinner will be served each
Dr. Grady S. McMurtry, a Biblical scientific creationist, will speak' evening at 5:45..
Wednesday through Friday nights at Pleasant Grove Baptist Church in 7 G
o'clock services. Gospel preaching promised at Spring Warrior
"Dr. McMurtry was an evolutionist for 20 years before he was convinced Spring Warrior Church of Christ will hold services Aug. 28-Sept. 2
of the scientific foundation for the creation viewpoint," said Pastor Danny featuring Berry Kercheville of Fayetteville, Ark., as speaker. Sunday's
Lundy. events get underway at 9:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m., and again at 6 p.m.
"I think all persons--from middle school through adult--will be Monday through Friday, Kercheville will speak at 7:30 p.m.
captivated by his grasp of the facts." :.: The.church is located five miles south of.Perry, just off U.S. 19 on S. Red
Jackson baby 'blessed' at Springhill
On Sunday, Aug. 28, the New
Mt. : Zioh Missionary Baptist
Church will 'be celebrating their
Pastor Rev. Izell Montgomery Jr:'s
Annual Appreciation Day,
beginning with Sunday school at
9:45 a.m. and worship service at
11.. The guest speaker 'for the
morning will be Minister Jackie H.
Barnes. At 3 p.m., the Rev. R.
Knight, pastor of New Bethel M.
JiB. Church, and his congregation
will be in charge of the services. A
city -wide invitation is extended
throughout the day.
There were memorial services,
Sunday at 2 p.m. for Mr. Lonnie
Thompson, who died recently in
Jackson% ille, at New Bethel M. B.
Church. The Rev. Knight was the
On Sunday there was a spirit-
filled and enjoyable occasion at
Springhill Missionary Baptist
Church when the church family,
relati\ es and friends joined Mr. and
Mrs. Archie Joe Jackson Jr. and
their family, vwho came from
thousands of miles away to bring
their little baby, to Mr. Jackson's
home to have the baby blessed inn
his church, by his pastor, the Rev.
Izell Montgomery, and church
family. You may drift many miles
away from ,home. We are so
grateful and thank God for Mr.
Jackson who listened, to the small
voice when it spoke to him and
said "take the baby home and have
it blessed in my home church. by
my pastor and church family."
In. the presence of family and
friends,'we do hope and pray that
there will be some young man or
woman--relative or, friend--who
will say, "I have wasted many
Precious years and I will now
,repent with bitter tears. But now
Lord I am coming home." Young
men and women, "give up the
world and come around to a life for
On Saturday, Aug. 27 at 7:30
p.m., 'there, will be a spirit-fed
musical explosion, featuring
Spiritual Nature from Lake City.
This is an open door event with a
free will offering, hosted by New
Jerusalem Primitive. Baptist
Church, the Rev. Houston, pastor.
You may contact Deacon Franklin
Miller, chairperson, at (850) 584-
Padgett Road. For details, please call 584-5176 or 584-9821.
Corbin to lead services Aug. 28-31
Lakeside Baptist Church will hold a Fall Revival Aug. 28-31, led by
Jimmy Corbin, pastor of Mt. Nebo Baptist Church in Bell.
On Sunday, Aug. 28, services are planned at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Monday .
through Wednesday, worship will begin at 7 p.m. Special music is
One more rehearsal left...
Temple of God Baptist Church is making plans for its Annual Youth
Program planned Sunday, Aug. 28, at 4 p.m. One more rehearsal is '-
planned for Saturday, Aug. 27, at 6 p.m.
All youth in the community are urged to participate. For information,
please call Tori Hampton at 584-6064 or Nicole Pigford at 223-1933.
Choir observes anniversary Saturday
The Senior Choir of Antioch Missionary Baptist Church will observe its
anniversary on Saturday, Aug. 27, at 6 p.m. Visiting choirs are asked to
present two selections. President Annie Porter asks everyone to
participate. "Without you, it will not be a success," she reminds.
Are you ready for a journey?
The U-Turn Youth Center, located at 2268 Green Farm Road, is holding
a series of meetings on the journey each individual takes in this life. Led
by Juan. Rodriguez, meetings will be held this weekend, Aug. 26-29, and
into the month of September. Everyone is invited to attend; discussions
will center around where your life is going, and what is in control of your
destiny. For additional information, please call 584-8506.
(Continued from page 5)
Funeral services were held
Monday. Aug. 22. at 11 a.m. at
Beggs Funeral Home with Pastor
Mark McElfresh officiating.,
Grav'eside services were held
Tuesday at 11 a.m. at Greenwood
Cemetery in Daytona Beach.
Family members received
friends Monda\ from 10 until 11
a.m. prior to the service at Beggs,
Funeral Home, which was in
charge of the arrangements.
Clifford D. Russell
Clifford D. Russell, a
homemaker, 96, died Aug. 18,
2005, ..at 'Doctors' Memorial
A native and lifelong resident of
Salem. she was the daughter of the
late William Walter Davis and
.lma "Mliss (Livingston) Da\i. .
Mrs. Russell was a member of,
Athena Baptist Church.
She was preceded in death by
her husband, Barney Russell, and
two sons-in-law, Neville Pettitt and
.Survivors include: three sons,
Bryant J. Russell of Perry. Gene
Warren Russell of Salem and
Frank D. Russell of Perry; three
daughters, Juanita R. Pettitt of
Perry and Margie E. Cooper and
ShirleA M. Garvin, both of Salem;
18 grandchildren; numerous great
great grandchildren; and a.host of
nieces and nephews.
.Funeral services were held
Sunday. Aug. 21, at 2 p.i. at Joe P.
Burs Funeral Home with James
Howell and David McMullen
officiating.. Interment followed at
New Hope: Cemetery.
SFamily :members received
friends Saturday from 6 untiL 8
p.m. at Burns Funeral Home,
which' was iii charge of "the
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* DMH to host physicians
The'second annual Rowdy
Girl Community Cook Out
benefiting the March of Dtmes
WalkAmerica will be held this
Friday, August 26, from 11
a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Call the
chamber at 584-5366; tickets
c are $5 and will include a BBQ
chicken dinner Wvith all the
trimmings and drinks.
Coordinator Dawn Taylor,
right, and assistant Jodi
Giddens invite everyone to
join. them at City Park for a.
"good, dinner and a good
For Hurricane Dennis victims
Farm Service offering loans
Beginning this fall, Doctors'
Memorial Hospital, along with
Chief of Staff Dr. Bilal Khodr,
will host young physicians in
training, and allow them to rotate
through the hospital.
These third-year residents from
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital's
Family Practice Residency
Program will rotate through Dr.
Khodr's clinic as well as DMH
three days, a week, under the
supervision of Dr. Khodr.
In addition, residents from" the
University of Florida's Internal
Medicine Program will rotate
through Khodr's practice and the
hospital throughout 2005 and
Dr. Khodr joined the faculty at
the University of Florida in June
2004. He was also among the first
clinical professors chosen at
Florida State University.
"Getting exposure to rural
medicine is an excellent learning
experience for young physicians,"
Khodr said. "Medicine is more
difficult to practice in a rural
setting as opposed to a large
metropolitan area because there are
few, if any, sub-specialists read ly
available to assist you in
diagnosing and treating your
He added, "Therefore, physicians
need to know more, study more
and expose themselves to more
than just their primary specialty.
Perry offers an excellent location
to enhance the learning experience
of these young physicians. Maybe
I can even convince one of them
"I applaud Dr. Khodr's actions;
it will be great having these
young physicians rotating through
the hospital," DMH CEO Rick
"I believe, as Dr. Khodr does,
that it will enhance their residency
experience by being exposed to
how medicine is practiced in the
real world of rural medicine. It is
also an excellent opportunity for
us to show off our new hospital,
show off Perry as a great location
to practice medicine and the
exciting future of Taylor County's ,
growth potential. It's a win-win
situation...especially if we can
convince some of the residents to
stay and start their own medical
practice here. Dr. Khodr should be
congratulated for initiating this
program," Brown said.
Calling all former queens...
October just around the corner and the Florida Forest Festival has
stepped up its search for former festival dignitaries.
"We have built a great database of former chairmen, Jr. Misses, queens
and Little Kings and Queens...but we still are missing a few. If you know
anyone of these individuals, please give us a call here at the office,"
Donna Breer said.
The festival office can be reached at 584-TREE (8733).
Contact information is needed for former Pine Tree Festival queens and
Jr. Miss title holders, Ashley Wigglesworth, Lydia Veal, Nimi Patel,
Angie Bradshaw, Mina Kristnamurthy, Thalia Karakitsios, Carol Fife,
Susan Spradley, Martha Lott, Kay Griner, Anne Massey, Mary Clark,
Mary Kathryf Brillhart, Ann Williamson, Hazel Redd, Martha Carter and
Open house rescheduled
Covenant Hospice has rescheduled its ribbon cutting ceremony and
Open House for Friday, Sept. 16, to celebrate the opening of their new
Perry Community Support Center at 2057 South Byron Butler Parkway,
Suite 9, located in the Taylor Square Shopping Center.
Members of the community are asked to join Mayor Emily Ketring, the
Perry-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce, local dignitaries, business
leaders and the Covenant Hospice Staff from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Luncheon
hors d'oeuvres and refreshments provided.
Please R.S.V.P. by contacting Ann McKeehan, Covenant Hospice,
Perry Community Support Center, at 584-9886 by Sept. 12.
.Farm Service Agency State
Executive Director Kevin. L.
Kelley has announced that the
Farm Service Agency (FSA) is
now offering federal disaster
assistance loans to eligible family
Farmers in Taylor and the
following counties:, Alachua.
Bay, Calhoun, Citrus, Collier,
:Dixie, Escambia, Franklin,
Gadsden, Gilchrist, Gulf, Holmes,'
Jackson, Jefferson, Lafajyette.,
Leon, Levy, Liberty, Madison,
Marion, Miami-Dade, Monroe,
Okaloosa, Santa Rosa, Wakulla,
,Walton and Washington.
President George Bush'
designated these counties as a
major disaster area' on July 10,
based on damages arid losses
.caused by Hurricane Dennis.
Eligible Florida farmers and
ranchers riay qualify ffor
emergency loan assistance,
pursuant to the provisions of the
"Emergency Agricultural Credit
Act of 1984" (Public Law 98-
258). .,. .
Emergency loan 'applications
will be received through March
'20, 2006, for Bay, Calhoun,
Collier, Franklin, Gadsden, Gulf,
Holmes, Jackson, Jefferson,'
Lafayette, Leon, Liberty.,
Madison, Miami-Dade, Monroe,
Taylor, Wakulla, Walton and
Farmers and ranchers in the
above-named Florida counties who
sustained physical and production
'losses as a result of the disaster
and wish to apply for an
emergency loan to assist them in
recovering from the loss. resulting
from this disaster may apply for
such a loan at the following FSA
Escambia. Holrmes. Okaloosa,
Santa Rosa. Walton: Either: 934
North Ferndon Blvd., Crestview,
FL 3"536. (850) 682-2416, or
103 N. Okahoma Street,
Bonifay, FL 32425, (850) 547-
:.Bay, Calhoun, Franklin, Gulf,.
Jackson. Liberty,. Washington:
2741 Pennsylvania Avenue. Suite
'8. Marianna. FL 32448, (850)
Gadsden. Jcfferson, LafaN.ette.
Leon. Madison. Taylor,'Wakulla:
1714 East Base Street, Suite A,
Madison, FL 32340, (850) 973-
Alachua, Dixie, Gilchrist, Levy,
Marion: 5709 NW 13th Street,
Gainesville, FL 32653, (352) 372-
,Collier, Miami-Dade, Monroe:
Either: 1450 N. Krome Avenue,
Florida City, FL 33034; (305)
242-1197, or 3434 'Hancock
Bricke Parkway; Fort Myers, FL
33903, (239) 997-7331;
Citrus: 1725 David Walker.
SDrive, Tavaras, FL 32778, (352)
Individual examination will be.
made of each application to
determine the type of emergency
loan benefit for which the
applicant is eligible. Farm
emergency loans may include
funds to repair or restore damaged
farm property as well as reimburse
applicants for expenses already
incurred for such purposes.
Loans based on qualifying
production losses may include
funds to reimburse applicants for..
production expenses which went
into damaged or destroyed crop and
livestock enterprises and to
'produce new crops. Payment
terms depend on the purposes for
which the loan is used and the
applicant's ability, to repay the
The emergency loan program is
limited to family-size farm
operators. The loan amount is
limited to 100 percent of the
calculated actual production loss
and 100 percent of the actual
North Florida Community
College will conduct College
Placement Tests (CPT) :on..
computer every Thursday at 8:30
a.m. and 1:30 p.m. in the NFCC
Technical Center (Bldg. #13) on
the Madison campus. Persons
taking the tests will be required to
register in NFCC Student Services
24 hours before testing. For more
information, please call (850) 973-
Taylor County seniors were treated a fish fry Friday morning at the senior center located on
Ash Street. Top: John Brady (left) and Don Love, both with the Mason Perry Lodge #123, fry
the catfish in two fryers they brought for the occasion. Below: Seniors eagerly await their
Amvets Post 20, ladies auxiliary and
Sons of AMVETS: 3rd Tuesday of each
month, 7 p.m., at 2499 Woods Creek Road.,
American Legion, Steinhatchee Post
291: fourth Tuds. 8 p.m. "
Alcoholics Anonymous meetings are
held -Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays
(closed),, 8 p.m:, at Heritage House ,on
Washington Street, across from public
library; and another AA group who meets.
Monday, Wednesdays and Thursdays at
Serenity House, located at 1260 Hwy. 98.
West, across from the BP station at 8 p.m.
,AL-ANON: St. James Episcopal Church'
S(in.library), Wednesdays 12 noon to 1 p.m.;
584-2146. Thursday at 6:30 for beginners
meeting with regular meeting at 7 p,m.
The Way: Christ centered recovery group
meets on Fridays at 7 p m at Serenity
House on Hwy, 98 W., across tromBP
Station Open to alcoholics, addicts, family
members and friends.
AARP: last Wed., 10 a.m. at First Baptist
Airport Advisory Commission: 4th
Monday, 12-noon, Perry-Foley Airport.
American Legion Post #96: 1st Tues.,
7 p.m., American Legion Hall, Center Street.
Big Bend Hospice Advisory Council:
4th Tues.. noon 107 East Green Street.
Chamber of Commerce: third Thurs.,
8 a m chamber board room' .
City Council: 2nd and 4th Tues. at 6:30
Civil AirPatrol (CAP): 2nd and 4th Mon.,
7 p.m., main hanger at airport.
County Commission: first Mon. and third
STues at 6 p.m., courthouse annex.
DiabeteS'classes every Tuesday, 2 p.m.,
Doctors' Memorial Hospital.
FAMU Alumni Chapter: second Mon.,
7'p m, Jerkins Center
Perry Masonic Lodge 123: meets first
and third Monday nights, 7:30 p.m.
Girl Scouts Service Unit: first Thurs.,
6;30 p.m. Scout Hut,
Healthy Start Coalition: fourth Mon 9
Sm Taylor Counlv School Dislrict
Administraive Ori'ce Comple,
Historical Society: open Thursday
afternoons, 1-5 p.m.
- Home Educators League of PeTry-
(HELP): second Thurs., 1:30 p.m., Forest
Capital Hall. 584-8553 or 584-9207.
Humane Society of Taylor County: 2nd
Wednesday, 6 p.m., Forest Capital. Hall. .
Juvenile Justice Council: third Thurs., 9
a.m., at Juvenile Justice Office, 1719 S.
Taylor Coastal Communities
Association: each 2nd Tuesday of month,
7 p.m. at the Keaton Beach.Hot Dog Stand.
Kiwanis Club; Wednesdays, noon,
Joyce's MainStreet Cafe.
La Leche League International: 2nd
Wed., 10:30 a.m., Taylor' County Public
Lady Elks: second Thurs., 8 p.m., Elks
: MainStreet Perry: First Monday of each
month, Perry/Taylor County Chamber of
Commerce at noon.
Mothers of Pre-Schoolers: first and
third Fri. Call 584-3826.,
Muskogee Creek Indian Nation: 2nd
and 41h Sat. 7 p m Tribal grounds. Lyman
Muskogee Creek Indian Tribe: Oak Hill
Village on Woods Creek Road, 1st Sat. '
Narcotics Anonymous: Wednesdays,
8 p.m., at 1260 W; Hwy. 98, at Serenity
House (dirt road across from BP Station).
These are open meetings to those interested
in addiction. Call 223-0036. Also, Saturdays,
10:30 a.m.--pen meeting.
:NAACP: 2nd Sun., 6 p.m., New'Brooklyn'
Missionary Baptist Church.
National Wild Turkey Federation
(Yellow Pine Drummers): holds open
monthly on first Thursday, Goldern Corral,
7 p.m. 584-9185
Optimist Club: Thurs,-, noon at Joyce's
Perry Garden Club: third Wed., 10 a.m.
Perry Elks Lodge: Tues., 8 p.m.
Perry Lodge #187: 1st, 3rd Wed., 7 p.m.,
Perry Lodge 123, F&AM: first and third
Monday nights; 7:30 p.m.
Perry Woman's Club: 2nd Wed., noon
(Sept. May; subject to change).
Perry Shrine Club: 4th Thurs., 7 p.m.
(club house on Courtney Road)
Planning Board: 1st Thurs., 6 p.m.
Courthouse annev (old post office)
Republican Party of Taylor County:
Second Thursday of every month at 315 IN
Quincy Street. E-mail Tommie Stanaland at
firstname.lastname@example.org or call 584-8815.
Rotary Club: Tues., noon at Joyce's Main.
Taylot County School Board: 1st and
3rd Tues., 7 p.m.
SHARE distribution: 4th Sat., 10 a.m.
Social Security: representatives, 2nd
Tues., 8:30 a.m. to noon, courthouse annex.
Sons of Confederate Veterans: fourth
Tuesday at VFW Post on Center Street,
7 p.m. For information, call 584:5346.
Taylor Adult Program (TAP): Thursdays,
10 a.m., 502 N. Center Street. 223-0393.
Taylor Coastal Water and Sewer: 3rd
Wed. at 18820 Beach Road, 5 p.m.
Taylor County Democratic Party: every
Thursday at the Chamber of Commerce. Call
584-9656 or 584-3617 or e-mail taylor
Tourism Development Council: 2nd
Wed. 4 p.m., at Chamber.
Taylor County Development Authority:
2hd Mon., 5 p.m. at Chamber.
Taylor County Amateur Radio Club: 1st
Monday, 7 p.m., Division of Forestry office,
618 Plantation Road.
Taylor County Habitat for Humanity,
Inc.: board meeting, 2nd Tues., 5:30 p.m.,
Room 208, Capital City Bank.
. Taylor County Historical Society: 3rd
Mon., 7 p.m. Historical Society building. ..
Taylor County Horseman's Association
Horse Show: 2nd Sat., 10 a.m. Arena
located on Bishop Blvd.
Taylor County Construction License
Board Meeting: 3rd Fri., 2 p.m., courthouse
Taylor County Leadership Council: 2nd
and 4th Friday, 1 p.m., Jerkins.
Taylor County Quilters: Tuesdays,
10 a.m. to noon, Taylor County Public
Taylor County Reef & Research Team:
2nd Thurs., 7 p.m., Forest Capital Hall.
Taylor County Soil & Water Board: 4th
Mon., 7 p.m., Chaparral Steakhouse.
Vogue XIII: first Mon., 7:30 p.m. (Call
VFW Post #9225: 2nd Tues., 7 p.m.
(American Legion building).
If you would like to add your community
group's meeting to our calendar, please
e-mail: email@example.com or call ,
B-2 Taco Times August 24, 2005
Letters to the Editor
'Gone in 60 seconds?' He's back
Hello. My name is Harvey
"Scott" Jordan IIl. I am 19 years
old and a longtime Perry resident.
I'm currently incarcerated at
Charlotte Correctional Institution,
a Florida state prison, doing a six-
year sentence for a vehicle theft
spree which I committed in March,
I then escaped from the Taylor.
County Jail in July, 2003. I'm sure
you probably recognize my' name,
because 1 was constantly in the
Perry paper the- whole year-:of'
My letter is directed to mother
teens who are going down a one-
way street to nowhere. I would
like to reach out to these adolescent
teens and explain to them that the
road they're taking isn't worth it,
because I don't want anyone to
make the same mistakes I have and
end up coming to prison :and
experience the same things I have.r
I've been behind prison bars for
two and a half years; I'm about five
land a half hours away from my
family, friends and loved ones; and
still won't be able to see'any of'
them for another three and a half
years. I've been through a lot since
I've been here. This prison that I'm
currently in is classified to be the.
second worst prison in Florida and
I would really hate to see another
teen walk through these doors. So
if you cah, please publish this for.
SPerry youth hopes to
,steer teens away from a
life of crime
SIn today's world of fast cais, fast.
money, fast, women, media hype
and drugs. youth adolescence is
quickly being lost to the streets of
law breaking, violence and gangs.
I am one youth trying to reach out
to teens from a correctional
institution to give insight on a road
that will lead to nowhere.
I am in my last year of teenhood
--"the wonder years." At 19 years
of age, I am being held at Charlotte
Correctional Institution. But loday
I have a message for teens going
down that road to nowhere.
Even before the movie "Gone in
60 Seconds." 1 was stealing cars
and always looking for a way 'to
make quick cash. 'I could be any
- leen in any town or county. It's no
different in the city or the country;
drugs are everywhere and since I
was 14 years old. I've been,
drinking. doing drugs and joined a
gang--most of which I started
doing after my parents' divorce. I
don't think it'was to rebel; I just got
caught up in the wrong crowds and
started watching too many violentt
gang and mob movies. A. lot of
what happens in the mo ies isn't
v lrA JV% W
Wednesday, August 24, 2005
123 S. Jefferson Street P.O. Box 888
Perry, Florida (850) 584-5513
DONALD D. LINCOLN
DEBBIE CARLTON SUSAN H. LINCOLN
Business Manager Managing Editor
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actually true-life scenarios. In real
life. it's much more serious.
Thank Grd. I have never hurt
anyone, but my thing was grand
theft auto. and I am one of those
that could steal a car in less than 60
seconds, but no matter how good I,
thought I was, the police finally
found me and gave me a new home
Then I got sent to state prison
and it's literally scared me straight.
I've seen rape, stabbings. suicide
attempts, people getting jumped
and lots of other atrocities. I'm not
overly religious, but I associaie
with a group of religious people
from the prison ministries, and
although I was one of those who.
said, "I will never find God." well,
I did, and of all places. It's never
too late! :
Today I'm enrolled in G.E.D.
classes, I'm drug-free, I quit
smoking and am currently working
on ge!!iing my terrible driving'.
.record erased. I'm about halfway'
done -with my time and looking
forward to, getting reunited with
my family I love my family very
- much and now have respect for the
Please see page 6
Taylor County citizens may
wish to ponder a few questions
concerning the proposed coal
powered electric plant.
How do they intend to bring in
(he coal? Trucks cost 'too much.
Rail will take more wetlands.
What about the other chemicals
that they will,bring in with their.
coal'? How many wells will they
drill? How much water will they
need? What: are theygoing to do
with the waste? Why do they need
a 3000-acre buffer'? What is going
to happen that they need that,
Yes, you can pollute our water,
air and food. But safer sources of
pow er exist, such as solar, gas and
wind. So what is driving the need
to pollute Taylor County?
Maybe, they will, hire locals,
you think, and that will somehow
make it okay. You 'know better
than that. Can we not learn
anything from past experience
with Buckeye and the prisons?
Think, Taylor County. Question
your leaders. Demand answers.
Pilot thanks Taylor's
Of Sunday, Aug. 7, this old pilot
was forced by bad weather to land
his aircraft with its three lady
passengers at Perry-Foley Airport
to wait out the storm's passage.
The field was deserted except for
the presefice of the Taylor County
Fire & Rescue squad on duty there.
The squad consisted of Lt.
Darien Brown, Firefighter Cliff
Suber and Firefighter Chad
These gallant gentlemen gave us
shelter from the thunderstorm, and
they made sure we were
comfortable during our three-hour
They acted in keeping with the
proud heritage of the Maltese
Cross they all wear.
Not only that, but they were
superb ambassadors for the
friendliness and hospitality of
Perry and Taylor County.
Carl J. Strang Jr.
By SUSAN H. LINCOLN
This is how I will remember the Great I quietly closed the door to compose
Move of 2005: "It's 350 degrees in'this myself. When I cracked it again, the
attic and I'm about to black out," husband was still ranting and the son
That was the message shouted down was just shaking his head.
by the husband, from the rafters of the I noticed the mattress and bed frame
house. were on ground level but the bedsprings
The daughter, now in her third year of were still on high.
college, lefrhom' for the Land of Higher "It won't ,go -through," said the
Learning the first weekend in August, husband, with sweat literally dripping
and we were 'to follow the next off his face onto the concrete floor.
weekend--with all her worldly "Mama,- I promise, it won't go
belongings. Every one of them. through," the son reiterated. For 15
SSince this is her first.apartment, her minutes, they had tried' every
worldly belongings now include small configuration of rafters, floor and box
pieces of furniture which have been springs, to no avail.
waiting in the attic for just such an I hated to resort to "what goes up,
occasion. We had spent'the summer must come down," but I had to ask,
months sanding, painting and cleaning, "Well, then, how did we get it up there?"
and had positioned most items near the That's- when I thought the son was
Door for this much-anticipated move. going to fall through the flooring.
But on the eve of our departure, the '"Careful," I shouted to him, from
husband faced the final and below. "This piece of plyboard is
phenomenal hurdle which he had long splitting."
been dreading: getting the queen "That's it,'"said thehusband. "\e had
mattress, box springs and bed frame to saw off and replace a section of the
out of the attic. plyboard flooring to get the bedsprings
Sure, we could have done this earlier-- to fit."
like in January when it's not 350 He sent the son down to dislodge the
degrees in the attic, but where are you section from below while he stayed in
going to casually place box springs for, the inferno we call an attic. They
six months or six days? On a coffee .,removed the piece and the husband
table? positioned himself to release the
I don't think so. These three items-- bedsprings.
alone--consume more space than we "Catch it," he said to the son.
currently have for living, so they had:to. "Catch it?" I said back to him with
stay out of sight (but not out of mind) disbelief. "Don't you dare drop that on
In preparation for the final hurdle, we him. Just let it fall."
had moved' the car from the garage and And fall,,it did, barely grazing the side
.,cleared the path. "Remember," we're of the-son's head which is hard enough
saving money," I said to the husband; to resist most injuries and instructions,
the queen mattress was our old one, too.
stored for one of the children's The husband descended the stairs like
departures into the real world. a bear who had been hibernating in the
The son scaled the ladder to help with dead of summer. He was filthy,
the extrication, and I returned to wash dripping with sweat and irritable. I
dishes--an important task, mind you, wanted to suggest that he not enter my
although the husband belittled it, and house or sit upon any of the furniture,
wanted it.. When I noticed that 15 but he looked at me and said, "Nobody
minutes had passed, and the men of the talk to me."
house had not re-appeared, I went, to Hours later, when we were talking
the back door and asked, upward, "Is again, we realized that Plan Z could
there a problem?" work. And, lo and behold, it
It was a rhetorical question, to be sure. did...splendidly. There were boyfriends
There had been a problem with. this and roommates a'plenty to help so that
projected move, every day of. the the arrival and second phase of the
previous week. First, the moving trailer move was seamless, which is a good
we' needed wouldn't be available. "We thing.
measured the trailer that would be When you're down to Plan Z, there's
available; we measured the old not much left.
mattress; one serious inch was going to After the 8:30 a.m. move-in, set-up
prevent them from being compatible, and picture session, we gathered for
We were also watching the weather, lunch in air conditioning around good
knowing how unpredictable showers food with relatives and friends,
are on any given summer day. celebrating a grandmother's birthday
We came up with so.many Plan B's that and a new college year.
I can't even recall them all. "For the cost of that trailer for three
At the last minute, we found a larger days, and two tanks of gas, we could
trailer but had to rent it for three days have bought a new bed, had it delivered
instead of one, to make sure it would be and set-up," the husband said,
available., remembering his good old college days
Then we learned that the move-in date when he moved an orange crate of
stated by the apartment complex didn't record albums and a few clothes in
coincide with the move-in date allowed plastic garbage bags.
by the daughter's schedule, so we went "Well, if we decide we don't like this
to Plan Z, which involved both of our apartment, you can do that next time,"
vehicles ,and every family member said the daughter in a perky voice,
within a 300-mile radius. trying to be helpful.
So when I asked, "Is there -a problem?" Suddenly, it felt like it was 350
the husband seized the moment. As he degrees again and I thought the
vented.his five days of frustration and husband might black out. I patted him
neared heat exhaustion, I could see the on the hand and assured him quietly, "I
son--high in the attic--with his head won't let her move; I promise."
bowed and his hand over his face so the It's a promise I must keep, and the hot
father couldn't see him snicker., flashes just serve as reminders.
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Letters to the Editor
'Unwelcome' at power plant meeting?
B-3 The Taco Times August 24, 2005
BI noneyar5,00 sose
The "meeting to address power
plant issue" was a farce.
If the group in attendance was
any indication of the individuals
against the power plant, they have
nothing better to do.
Approximately 15 ladies from here
in Perry were present. The
gentleman from Panama City
needs to stay there and help clean
up his own area. One gentleman
said he had never been below
Orlando, and the others from
Tallahassee, who knows?
The two of us for the plant were
to others saluted
The Steinhatchee Community
Projects Board, Inc., wishes to
express condolences to the family,
of Rosa Lea Quiette. Mrs.
Quiette had many years of service
on this board, as well as with the
Steinhatchee Chapter of AARP
and the Steinhatchee Garden Club.
These years reflect her
commitment to her community
and.its activities. Her spirit and
dedication will be missed.
Rhoda Moehring, Chairman
Projects Board, Inc.
The Taylor County High
School "Pride of Taylor" Band
Boosters would like to give a
special thanks to all of the
merchants and businesses that
donated gift. cards and food to the
band students during Band Camp
Also, we would like to. hank all
of the parents and "Ms. Gwen" for
helping us in the cafeteria. The
students worked very hard all week
and were able to enjoy nice meals
each evening as a result of your
: TCHS Band Boosiers;
quickly made to feel unwelcome.
I spoke to one lady about asbestos
and its dangers. She obviously
didn't know and didn't care. When
I spoke about 'the turbine
windmills and ecology, the answer
was, "So what?"
These people worry about the
food we eat, the water we drink,
etc. You consume the sugar from
the fields which have caused the
destruction of the Florida
Everglades by mercury. What are
The fields in Southern Florida
produce most of the produce we
eat, not to mention Mexico and
Central America. What are you
Our coal-powered electric plants
of today are safe--far more safe
than the food we eat and the
destruction of the ecology around
My daughter once said,
"Everything we eat, drink or
breathe has a potential for our
health, yet life goes on."
The little-to-no emission from a
coal-powered plant will not hurt
us, much less the emission from
nuclear plants here in Florida.
I'm 72 years old and have lived a
healthy life for which I thank God.
I enjoy life and don't sit dormant.
Thank God for what He has given
you. It's because of God's will for
progress that we are a free county.
I have traveled across this great
county, and wherever you go,
there are problems. But we're still
Ladies and gentlemen, wake up
and live. You might actually see
the beautiful side of life.
Wanted: clean industry
Two score and eleven years ago,
the good people of Taylor County
allowed the Fenholloway River
and all the underground waters near
it, to be polluted for all time.
This to bring industry to Taylor
County! Okay, I agree that the
county needed jobs. The big
lumber mills had cut out all the
timber, both here and in the
Everglades! They were through,
with us and we were fed to the
wolves...hence the expression "cut
Procter and Gamble built
Buckeye Cellulose and stunk up,
the county, ruined the land and
\water, but they provided good-
paying jobs! Give them credit for
paying good wages, some young
Smen went to work there and retired
30 years later, wealthy or at least
very .comfortable. This is
wonderful, but look at the cost to
Last.year, some men came here
and tried to convince the people
that having a bomb/missile range
located here would be great. I am
!: .s thankful-th the aood people
of Taylor County saw through
this deceitful scheme, and sent
these men back to Fort Walton.
Now, we are once again set
upon to allow another polluter to
come amongst us. What a terrible
precedent we set when we allowed
the Fenholloway to be polluted
50-plus.years ago! They think we
still do not care about our land and
Now is the time for all good
men and women to stand pp and
tell the polluters to go elsewhere.
We need good clean industry. We
so not need more pollution! Take
your coal-fired electric plant to
Tallahassee or Jacksonville where
they want the electricity and will
get the use:of it. None of the
electricity it produces will come to
Taylor County; it will not lower
our electric bills and will only
provide a very few local jobs. Our
clean air, water and environment
are much more important.
County' commissioners,' are
Sam H. Duckworth
i-,-,; .I MSgtT S.AF Rei.
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Small ads...big deals!
Wolf tanning system, sun quest pro, 24
RS, brand new, about 8 hours on it, $1000,
Abetta western saddle, leather, multi color
blanket, pad, lead rope & bridle, $200
o.b.o., call 584-4207 or 838-6177.
Dodge Neon, high performance, tires and
rims, 205/40/ZR17, $300 o.b.o., call 223-.
2768, ask for Jamie,
Firearms for sale, call 584-7829.
Jet 3 (ultra) motorized wheel chair, like
new, $850; Preform crosswalk treadmill.
with power incline, like new $400 firm, (no
answering machine) call 584-3553.
lAll _l IBI
House for sale, 203 East Timberlane
Street; please call 584-5580.
For Lease: 1825 Sq. Ft. Office Building.
Bldg. has four offices, small kitchen and
restrooms, plenty of parking, facility is
located, at Perry-Foley Airport, prefer.
aviation related business. E. i nji'l
available October 1, 2005, Please contact:
Melody Cox, Taylor County BOCC, 850-
838-3500 ext. 9.
Wanted Investor/handy person looking for
an EZ Quality 3b/1b/1 car, detached GAR
SFH. On 1/3 acr, lot, wheel chair
accessible SFH, Vinyl-sided for EZ malt.
Needs cosmetic work!
Call Now Toll Free 1-866-You-
VEGGIES TO YOUR DOOR!
Fresh-Picked, blanched, flash frozen, shelled
.zippers, butter beans, black eyes, white acres, ford hooks,
cream corn, okra, green beans, broccoli
Free delivery every Saturday with 3 or more bushels
For Sale: Ladies wedding set, size 6, also,
ladies cluster diamond ring, size 6, both
:10K, yellow gold, call Toni at 584-8382 for
Salon Equipment For Sale, 2 Styling
Chairs, 2 Dryer Chairs, 2 Styling Stations
and other extras, $1500, 1 New Sterilizer,
$500, call 584-5057.
SAppliance parts, sales, service, 584-7773,
:1302 N. Jefferson, Kellow Appliance
:Service, also, window AC service and
cleaning. we have reconditioned
-appliances in stock
' LCd player/TV Stand, has open.space to
_hold stereo with speaker space, television
_.sits on top. has slots for cd!s down bottom
front portion and cubby holes on either
-side to hold movies or books, $15, call
-Michelle at 584-6002.,
10 gallon aquarium, ready to go 3 plans,
gravel, 1 large, hollow rock, 2 n*w fillers,
heater and'thermometer $30, call 584-
- 6002, ask lor Michele
8/l2 ; '
70 gallon, salt waler aquarium r300 o b o
all accessories included wicabjnet island
Sweet dry & supplies. call 838-0139 anvime
Fireplace wood oak or pine for pickup or
Sdelivey call 584-6664.
2 handy man specials 12x65 mobile
-homes, iots or work has been done, in
good shape, reduced price $3800 call
584-3776 or 584 2270.
2 bedroom, 1 bath mobile home, 14x56,
S set up in Everett's. Mobile Home Park,
water, sewer and garbage included in rent,
$375 per month, $200 deposit,
applications and references required, call
584-7094, 9AM-5PM, Monday through
3b/2d, double wide, mobile home, 28x40,
$25,000 assumable mortgage, parked at
12995 Spring Warrior Road, call 561-929-
0487, ask lor Martha
1997 S/W Mobile Home, 3 bdr., 1 bath,
new carpet, exceilen r n:ordition, $12 500
for home and set up cost on your lot, leave
msg. at 850-223-714
'3 or 4 bedroom house, 2.5.bath, large
kitchen with kitchen nook, formal dining'
room, groom with fireplace, 0.62 acres
'on creek, work shed and 2 car garage, for
appointment call 584-5001.
One acre lot in prestigious Clark,
subdivision Cleared and ready to build
your dream home $40 )000. iill go fast.
* Land for sale, located'6n Hwy 221 between
SShiloh Church Rd. and Cairo Parker Rd. 1
acre lots with paved roads.' Owner
Financing available Please call (3861 658-
.1346 or (850) 584-7466 Badcoc-'s:
Beautiful 45 acres df rolling pasture,
ponds, -la'rge oaks, directly on Beach
Road, perfectfor horses, zoned residential
or light commercial, great buy, $429K, call
3 B/2 BA, brick home, on one lot, chain
link fence, 10x22 storage bldg., central
Sh/a, carport, 422.E, Elm St., $74,500, can
be seen by appt only. call 584-5583.
2.4 acres with septic, power pole and city
water. Mobile homes permitted, .1' Er' ,
Businesses for rent, 1, 1600 sq.,ft., 1, 2400
sq. ft., formally Walkers Food Mart &
Bookmart, Call Jr, Walker at 584-2883.
2, 3,BR/1 BA houses for rent, call 584-
Built in 1950s
3 Bedrooms, 1 Batn,
All Pine V\o.::i Flonors
New Central H/A *
House moved at buyer's expense.
Call for ,appt. 584-5454
Boarder wanted in my home, 'private
entrance, private :ihr, furnished, call584-
500 S. Warner Ave.
*"*I? ..I ':
FI-r qui iii.'j 1 'ipli,: l, 2&3 bdrm avail.
W ler .w- r, r. arlq --,:'I': ji ; p.:li
control included '
Looking for applicants! Apply now for 1, 2
and 3 bedroom apartments. Equal Housing
Opportunity. (C ll tu I'.-5,.4.8r- : 709 W.'
7Church St., Perry, FL 32347. TDD/TTY
Southern Villas of Perry!!
HUD' Vouchers .accepted. 10 and 2
bedroom HC and non-HC accessible
apartments. :' ll y850I.-4: 111. TDD/TTY
711. 315 Ful-.-r Rd PFrri FL 32347,
Equal H:ou.ij-in3 '*ip|lr' l i r,. r
1994, 19 ft., Keywest 115 Yamaha, $4500,
Scall 838-2069 after 6:00 p.m.
2005 Gulfstream cavalier, 32 ft, travel
trailer park model, no -.llIjJ tanks,
sleeps 8, full fridge,.ducted ac, $10,000
cash, i-i :.:.,,dn'Or. call Jim at 850-838-
1981 Sportscraft Fisherman 21 foot, new,
motor (350 I/O), new rebuilt foot by Shield
Marina, new electronics, Great condition,
too many things to list, best offer, call Jim
or Valerie at 850-584-7928.
1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee, white, limited
edition, V8, 4-wd, auto, ac, 132K, leather,
fully loaded, $5800, o.b.o., call 584-4207
2000 Silver GMC 1/2t truck, covered bed,
one owner, excellent condition, Iv. msg. at
2000 Mercury Grand Marquis GS, gold, "a
: au- ulliu car", .great condition, 53K
mileage, asking $9000, call 85.0-584-7841.
98 Grand Marquis, great condition, $5000,
2003, Ford Focus ZX3, Auto., Metallic
Blue, like new, 1 owner, tinted windows,
premium sound, cd player, still under
warranty, asking $9,500, worth $11,200,
'02 Ford F150 Lariet ft, 4x4, 4-door,
excellent condition, 75K Hwy miles, $20,
000 o.b.o., call 838-2755
2003 Chevrolet Avalanche, still under
factory warranty (30,000 miles). One
-. .,i ri l'ra wd -i d ni i,-I .rrit rila ir, dI
1.cu&pe iI i'ptt a ud rk.aae a,. p"
I, .- ,J,,':,r :[, : ,, i',' :i .:i., ,- .nrr-, a .,' hi ,
cruise, rn FM.l:D On Star, parking
sensors, ABS, step tubes (stainless),
towing r,-acl'agp 3llo' wheels, etc. White
with tan .:,jir, ,rrerior, black wheel
mirlinc? and chrome trim. Asking $20,800
5/I l ii '1 ,1 Call;584-7883.
Sp.- ,I:ri, j plhirrlb.l' needed, must have
". ~hd ri r "r li:,.-rl we do Jlju le i .ir, n
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Check Station Positions Available
The- Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commissiont is hiring
personnel for seasonal work' at check
stations during the upcoming archery and
general gun hunting seasons. Positions
available in Taylor County. Pays $6.15
per hou Po':o'li'nr tell-, n Septemberr 24,
S2005. F:.r ,1l i i 1:i 31i r ) 838-9016, or
Stop by Ii- .1. 6bri d F,i-ij Office at 663
Plantation Rd. in Perry. EO/AA '
S .10 '
Position under Taylor County Board of
Submit applications to Taylor Employment
C,:,rr,:i.:,r:. Positions open uniii liled.
Taylor County BCC is an EEQ/ADA/drug
Full line of
accessories in stock
E ri'pecial Flashings Made All Types Warra;ted Melal Available
S Cut to.your desired lengths Deliver Service Available
CICai Toll-Free 888-393-0335 352-498-0778 Horseshoe Beach, FI;
Cetiie Act v it Dreto
'Floor M i ea eP
Delta Land Surveyors, Inc. is looking for
Instrument men and Rod men for full time
positions. Experience a plus, but not
necessary, we are willing to train. Apply in
* person at 114 W. Green St., Perry, FL. or
email your resume to:
email@example.com, no callsplease.
Position -eponrrilitlell.i" require strong
accounting and general office duties.
Candidate must.be proficient in Microsoft
office with strong knowledge of excel.
Marketing skills are helpful,
Apply in person at Steinhatchee Landing
Resort, 203 Ryland Circle, Steinhatchee,
A Behavioral Health Care Center is
CLINICAL SUPERVISION SPECIALIST
MASTER'S DEGREE WITH A MAJOR IN
PSYCHOLOGY, SOCIAL WORK,
,COUNSELING OR A RELATED HUMAN
SERVICES FIELD AND THREE YEARS
OF 'RELATED PROFESSIONAL
EXPERIENCE, ONE OF WHICH MUST
HAVE BEEN IN AN
LICENSURE PREFERRED. SHIFT: 8
A.M. 5 P.M./ MONDAY THROUGH
For more information and a complete
listing of available positions:
(850) 523-3217 or 1(800)226-2931
2634-J Capital Circle N.E., Tallahassee,
Pre-Hire Drug Screen & FDLE background
An Equal Cpporiijruly.'Ahrm ,ii.e i':orn
Badcock & More
Set up & Delivery
Must be 18 yrs. old, license required, good
driving record, no phone calls, apply in
person at 1003 S. Jefferson St.
SMature Woman to watch 2 kids.& cook
i,-ail, must have own ranrporiair-n,
'.'rnay-Friday, 7 A.M;-3:30 P.M., at our
home. Background check & References
required. For details please call, 584-8464.
S.V. of Perry Apartments Manager position
open. 32 hours per week with benefits.
8:00-5:00 Monday-Thursday. Need office,
computer and people skills. Some travel
required. Druq.free wor- place MuI havee
valid dr. Ic,:enr: Iranip'i Orliiorin Send
resume :c Karen MclMillen c,' Sutton
Creek Apartments, 16978 N.W. Mayo
Street, Blountstown, FL 32424. Equal
S, i, 1211SV
Wanted dead or alive; Junk cars, trucks,
tractors, etc. Will buy, sell & trade 4x4 &
truck parts. S'M'A'..'H Towing, 386-688-
The City of Perry is accepting
applications for the following
This is a responsible
administrative, technical, and
supervisory position involving the
operali;nrl and maintenance of the
municipal wastewater treatment
plant and facilities.
Complete job description
available upon request.
Req: Must have a standard high
school diploma or equivalency.
Must have a minimum of a'Class
"B" Wastewater Treatment Plant
Operator's License as issued by
the State of Florida
Annual Salary Range:
Applications are available at
City of Perry Personnel Office
and will be.accepted until the
position is filled.
CITY OF PERRY
224 S. Jefferson Street
Perry, FL 32347
Phone: (850) 584-7161
DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER
Auction, open to public every Friday at
6:30 on South 19, next to Crews Marine,
now taking consignments, we do estate
sales, liquidation's, bankruptcies, Third
Generation Auction Service, AB#2424
AU#2548, Tri State Auction. Service,
serving Florida, Georgia. & Alabama,
SAB#2021 AU#2011. Call 1-866-243-8972,
Trees + Branches + Tropical
Tree Trimming, Removal, licensed &
insured. Free Estimates, call John at (850)
Southern Siding & Remodeling, LLC.
Vinyl siding & soffit, wood rot, fascia,
decks, aluminum screen rooms, windows,
porches and more.
Licensed & Insured
Need a Tutor? Learn Spanish: Read, write,.
speak, understand. Improve your English
grammar, spelling, writing, reading. We
teach children and adults. Call: 584-6968.
Dries in 3-4 hours
Specializing in all types of tractor work,
bushhogging, root raking, harrowing, dirt
hauling & leveling, debris removal, clean
p, I anddawn'care.1 C,.a fr ifce e mi T.
Tupperware: To book a party or receive a
free catalog, call 850-584-9001, ask for
Stephanie Towles, Tupperware
CARPET & VINYL
Installation and repairs done at a good
price. No overhead. Direct savings to you.
30 years experience. 850-838-9050,
please leave a message.
Clay Swindle, L.L.C., All types of
remodeling, docks, decks, windows, door
framing, add on additions, porches, screen
enclosures, painting interior & exterior. 18
yrs. exp., licensed & insured. Free
Estimate, call 850-223-1780 or 843-1941,
leave message. Commercial &
J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.
Licensed and insured. Free estimates. We
also grind stumps. Call today 838-1280.
Firewood for sale.
Do you need a babysitter that is
responsible, call Jessica at 584-3474,
references at request.
A-2-Z Farm and Lawn Services
Harrowing, bush hog mowing, dirt leveling,
rake work and complete lawn services.
Call 584-6737, leave message.
Lindsey Tractor Service
Lawn Service, bush hogging, land
clearing, drive ways, tree trimming,
hauling, food plots, debree removal, etc.,.
Call 850-584-5193 or 850-838-4818
The Handyman experts, honest workI
Affordable, professional, licensed and
insured. Specializing in house painting,
interior, etc., mobile home repairs, home
maintenance, pressure washing (wood and
concrete) carpet, vinyl, wood floor, ceramic
tile, and repairs. Call 584-2270 (home) or
584-3776 (office). 25 years.
IN THE COUNTY COURT, THIRD JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY,
SCASE NO 62-2004-CC-196-00A-01
WILLIAM LAUREN BURGIN
NOTICE OF ACTION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A
PETITION TO DETERMINE OWNERSHIP OF A
MOTOR VEHICLE HAS BEEN FILED AND
GT Com, a Total Communications Company Provider in
Northwest Florida, has an immediate opening for an Account
Executive at their Perry, Florida location. Successful
candidate will be responsible for identifying and capturing
new sales opportunities for the sale of telecommunication
equipment, broadband, VOIP, .private line services, and
managed LAN/WAN solutions.to business markets. An
Associates Degree, or equivalent, with a minimum of one to
three years of proven sales ability along with excellent verbal
and written communications skills required. Experience in
any other information technology application a plus.
We pffer a competitive salary and benefits package. Please
respond in confidence, via mail or fax to:
Susan Machemer, Human Resources Manager, GTCom,
P.O. Box 220, Port St. Joe, Florida 32457
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B-5 The Taco Times August 24, 2005
YOU ARE REQUIRED TO SERVE A COPY OF
YOUR WRITTEN OBJECTIONS, IF ANY, ON
ROBERT VAN HORN, WHOSE ADDRESS IS
9457 SCEPTER AVE., BROOKSVILLE,
WHO IS THE PETITIONER, ON OR BEFORE
SEPTEMBER 08. 2005, AND FILED THE
ORIGINAL WITH THE CLERK OF THE
COURT EITHER BEFORE SERVICE ON THE
PETITIONER, OR IMMEDIATELY
THEREAFTER; OTHERWISE, A DEFAULT WILL
BE ENTERED FOR'THE.RELIEF DEMANDED
IN THE PETITION.
WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL OF THIS
COURT ON THE 08TH DAY OF AUGUST,
2005, AT TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
BY: SALINA FORD
8/10,88/17, 8/24, 8/31
Notice of Public Hearing
'Hearing Date: September 6, 2005
Subject of Hearing: Annual Leave of
S. ,a-,,rr: .. 1e Personnel
THE DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD OF TAYLOR
COUNTY WILL HOLD A PUBLIC HEARING
ON THE ABOVE DATE FOR APPROVAL OF
SAID SUBJECT ITEM. THIS HEARING WILL BE
HELD AT THE SCHOOL BOARD MIEETING...
THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO ATTEND TO
EXPRESS THEIR OPINIONS/CONCERNS. THE
PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE .tELD AT THE
ADMINISTRATIVE COMPLEX, SCHOOL
BOARD MEETING ROOM, 318 North Clark
Street. A copy of this policy may be
obtained 'from the Superintendent's
Oscar M. Howard Jr.
Superintendent of Schools
8/10, 8/17, 8/24, 8/31
Notice of Public Hearing
Heading Dote: September 6, 2005 -
Subject of'Hearing: Revised Dress Code
Policy for Grades.6-12
THE DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD OF TAYLOR
COUNTY WILL HOLD A PUBLIC HEARING
ON THE ABOVE DATE FOR 'PIPr, .:. OF
SSAID SUBJECT ITEM. THIS HEARING WILL BE
HELD AT THE SCHOOL BOARD MEETING.
THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO. ATTEND JO
EXPRESS THEIR OPINIONS/CONCERNS. THE
PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD AT THE
ADMINISTRATIVE COMPLEX, SCHOOL
BOARD MEETING ROOM, 318 North Clark
Street. A copy of this policy may be,
obtained, from the Supeiintendent's
Oscar M. Howard Jr.
Superintendent of Schools
8/10, .8/17, 8/24, 8/31
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR TAYLOR
COUNTY, FILORIDA PROBATE DIVISION
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NpTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
BRYAN W. MCRORY, ,-:ea.isea whose
date of deair, .*: .ianouar, 27 2005
and whose i'.:,ioI le unv rlJr e, ,.
2..J.'J i-'j80 : C-ndr. irn ine Ciir- i
C .:"url r.:,r ijyl,',l ..:.unr, hl.-, a,- Pl' cbat,3
SDivision, the'address of which is P.'O. Box
620,. Perry, FL 32348. The names and
addresses of the. personal
representative and the personal
representative's, or.:, r.e, are "et forth
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The City of Perry is accepting
applications for the following
Req: High School Diploma or .
equivalency. Must have'a valid'
Must have the ability to type 35 correct
wpm, must be able to satisfactorily
complete courses as required by
police standards and training as
arranged after employment Prefer 6
months to 1 year vocational training or
SAnnual Salary Range:
Applications are available at the
City of Perry Personnel Office .
and-will be accepted until the
S position is filled.
S CITY OF PERRY
224 S. Jefferson Street
SPerry, FL 32347
S. DRU FREEWORKPLACE
EQUAL OPPORTUIITi EMPLOfER
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 3RD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR TAYLOR
COUNTY, FLORIDA GENERAL
CASE NO: 05 181 CA
CITIFINANC!AL MORTGAGE COMPANY,
CATHERINE BORKLUND, IF LIVING, AND IF
DEAD, THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES AND ALL
OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING AN INTEREST
BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST
CATHERINE BORKLUND; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF CATHERINE BORKLUND IF
ANY; JOHN DOE AND' JANE DOE AS
UNKNOWN TENANTS IN POSSESSION
RE-NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an
Order Granting the Motion to Reset
Foreclosure Sale dated August 8, 2005
entered in Civil Case No. 05 181 CA of
the Circuit Court of the 3RD Juditial
Circuit in and for TAYLOR County, PERRY,
Florida, I will sell to the highest and besi
bidder for cash at THE WEST DOOR of
the Taylor County Courthouse, 108 N.
JEFFERSON ST., PERRY, Florida, at 11:00
a.m. on the 13th day of September,
2005 the following described property
as set forth in said Summary Final.
BEGINNING AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER
OF SECTION 1; TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH,
RANGE.7 EAST, AND RUN WEST 2 FEET
ALONG THE SECTION LINE TO A POINT OF
BEGINNING; THENCE FROM SAID POINT
OF BEGINNING RUN SOUTH 259 FEET,
THENCE RUN WEST 328.5 FEET; THENCE
RUN NORTH 259 FEET, THENCE RUN EAST
328.5 FEET BACK TO THE POINT OF
Dated this 10 day of August, 2005'.
Annie Mae Murphy.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Marti Lavalle
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS
WITH DISABILITIES ACT, persons with
disabilities: rieeding a special
accommodation should contact
COURT ADMINISTRATION, ao r.e i LOP
County Courthouse. at, 1;800-955-8771
(TDD) or 1-800-955-8770, via Florida Relay
SDAVID J. STERN,' P.A.'
801 ? Url .E'"iF .-'i. E .JIliE 500
FII. lf-ll h. FL33324
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT .OF THE.THIRD
'. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR -TAYLOR.
CASE NO: 05-478-CA
i I". CLARK, .-L.C.S M CLRL '
:.H ,;,J McDUFFIE L.1'l'. :H, :.1 '.
ROBERT R. CLARK, '-NANCY HILL,
CHARLENE MAJORS AND JACKIE CLARK, If
-alive, and' if' dead their unknown
spouses, heirs, devisees,. grantees,
Creditors, and all other parties claiming
by, trn,:..j.:r, ijr,.'. or against them
*NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: MARVIN J. CLARK; GLADYS M. CLARK,
.SHARON McDUFFIE, MARY THOMAS,
ROBERT R. CLARK, NANCY HILL,
:H-I: El'il r i,',f :, rnc. jAC,-'IE CL 4 'i'
onr,. ll -D ?.. rJ.3rrn,.3 CI:,el en .lnr. ir.
:YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an Amended
Complaint for Ejectment, Quiet Title, and
De.laral:,r., J.udgrnent h.: been filed
b, in- PFi.3inhrr r, rre Crcult Court of
la,ic.r Cr .jnr, FIoIia aga irl y,:.u On the .
ii.-I'...,ri3 .j.';ciltea cr.O r etiv In .Taylor
C.:.uri, Fioii,3 1
O .lr.lEtriCE 33 reel S.uir, on. 21:1 l eei
taSi o.Ir ir.. w .jcorr.-r :.1 S ournr Hall ci 5E
S1/4.NW, il4 Siecrr, 22, T4S,:R7E on the
South P. n' e li Ce I c:.uh',, Road 1Ho 356
S trer,; rujir IJi:.rh .le'ieg ee 21 nilrnule-
Eo:i. aion:.Q so.o rgrr .':.r ...ay Iirne i
Srer Ii, tre FOB Irr..-ce fromrsaid POB
:oniinj r l.rlr, 89' degrees 21 minutes
East, along said. R/W 220 feet; thence
run Sioth 01 degree: 3-5 minutes Ea"t
2,1: leer pierce lun, S,-ruJl 89 lgre,:-,
i'i mnirur: we:r 'l' i- et irirl .ce ,un
l]:Cir. l ;I a .A ec : ST rriruei S iel 2 10
riel tr, FOB
Ea.3n lDeen.janant ii any oae re-aired to
ser.e a co'I:.f l ,u r.nern ererene: ii
any, r:. .JlHIll WEEtC ms ialinriii
att.:.rnre ,.,r,.ose oaare':. ,u 605i Souln
SJer.ier.:.r,n reet Peii, Floriia 3234` or,
Sor ieie .eoiem-rro *' 2005 and ille
the ,rgnainol .vlir, trih .ei o.,i riii' C.ojr
eit-,er teorine ';iri,e or, rr e plolnilll
att','ir', .c':r immrrn-ea, i.il irieair er
othrr..:- a a lioul ..i.i be enrere.a
against you for the reler .'em.norded In:
irne :.'.m ,.3inl
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ANNIE (..A1E l.II.PPH,
As Clerk of the'Circuit Cout
As Deputy Clerk .
8/1' 8,24J 8,' I 9/7
IN THE CIRCUIT 'COURT OF THE 3RD
'JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF. FLORIDA,'IN 'AND
FOR TAYLOR COUNTY
Case #: 04-422CA
Di.i .i,-r, if:
U.S.., BANK, N.A.,, AS TRUSTEE FOR THE
Sign On Bonus
NEEDS EXPERIENCED CLASS A DRIVERS
IN YOUR AREA FOR LOCAL HAULING.
GOOD PAY AND BENEFITS
HOLDERS OF MORGAN STANLEY DEAN
y/ITTER CAPITAL I INC. TRUST 2002-HE1
CERTIFICATES SERIES 2002 HE1
ROBERT ,-'-I l.;iEP AND CAROL
GRANGER, HIS WIFE;. UNKNOWN PARTIES
IN POSSESSION #1; IF LIVING, AND ALL
'UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER AND AGAINST THE
ABOVE NAMED.DEFENDANT(S) WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE
WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY
CLAIM AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS,
DEVISEESS, GRANTEES, OR OTHER
The City of Perry is accepting
applications for the following
Req: High School Diploma or
equivalency. Valid Driver's License
Salary: $9,88 $13.29 hrly.
Applications are available at the
City of Perry Personnel Office
and will be accepted until the
position is filled.
CITY OF PERRY
224 S. Jefferson Street
Perry, FL 32347
DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
.EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER .
AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an
Order rescheduling foreclosure sale
dated August 8, 2005, entered in Civil
'Case No. 04-422CA of the Circuit Court
of the 3rd Judicial Circuit In and for Taylor
County, Florida, wherein U.S. BANK, N.A.,
AS TRUSTEE FOR THE HOLDERS OF
MORGAN STANLEY DEAN WITTER CAPITAL
I INC. TRUST 2002-HEI MORTGAGE PASS-
THROUGH CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2002
HE1, Plaintiff and ROBERT GRANGER AND
CAROL GRANGER, HIS WIFE are
defendantss, I will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash, AT THE WEST DOOR
OF THE'TAYLOR COUNTY COURTHOUSE,
LOCATED AT 108 NORTH JEFFERSON,
PERRY, TAYLOR' COUNTY, FLORIDA, AT
11:00 A.M. September 1, 2005, the
following described property as set forth
in said Final Judgment to-wit:'
COMMENCE AT T.HE SOUTHWEST CORNER
OF SECTION 36, TOWNSHIP 4 SOUTH,
RANGE 7 EAST, CITY OF PERRY, FLORIDA,
AND RUN THENCE NORTH 4 DEGREES 06
MINUTES 30 SECONDS EAST, ALONG THE
SECTION LINE 270.0 FEET, THENCE RUN
NORTH 89 DEGREES 28 MINUTES 42.
SECONDS EAST 633.92 FEET FOR A POINT
OF BEGINNING; THENCE RUN NORTH 89
DEGREES 28 MINUTES 42 SECONDS EAST,
,263.76 FEET, RUN NORTH 3 DEGREES 17
MINUTES 43 SECONDS EAST, 224.76 FEET,
RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES 28 MINUTES 42
SECONDS WEST 200.66 FEET, RUN SOUTH 4
DEGREES 06 MINUTES 30 SECONDS WEST
75.0 FEET, RUN 89 DEGREES 28 MINUTES
42 SECONDS WEST, 60.0 FEET, RUN SOUTH
4 DEGREES 06 MINUTES 30 SECONDS
WEST, 150.0 FEET TO THE POINT OF
UAitUI at erry, oronao, mis iu aqy.Tr
August, 2005. -
ANNIE MAE MURPHY:-
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
Taylor County, Florida
By: Marti Lavalle
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF:
SHAPIRO & FISHMAN
WOODLAND CORPORATE CENTER
4505 WOODLAND CORPORATE BLVD-'--
TAMPA, FLORIDA 33614
The City of Perry is constructing a-spgry
field consisting of about 200 acres.
Some of the uses that have been
discussed are hay fields, sod farrns.or
If you have any interest for use or other
suggestions, please contact the City of
Perry at (850) 584-7161. All interested
parties must Indicate their interest: no
later than September 9, 2005.
You can contact the Administration
Office of City Hall, 224 S. Jefferson Street,
Perry, Florida between the hours of 8:0Q
a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through
William E. Brynes
Emily Weed Ketring
Over 5,100 people read the paper on a weekly basis.
Sonvenience-Call our Classified Dept. at
* 584-5513 for more information.
Sost--$5 for 25 words or less for the first run
and $3 for each edition thereafter.
100 for each word over 25.
.2oo5 KICK OF
I -' 'I "~ I
B-6The Taco Times Auqust 24, 2005
At the Booking Desk:
Editor's note: It is the policy of this
newspaper to 'run the names of all
those arrested and booked at the
Taylor County Jail. All those listed
below have been charged with a
crime, but are considered innocent
until proven guilty.
Sylvia McIntosh, 35, Drew
Street, VOP (selling of a
controlled substance), Dep.
Freddy O. Cockerham, 60, A.
V. Brannen Road, DUI, Dep.
Mandy Marie Blue, 20, Olin
Davis Road, battery (domestic),
Dep. Hershberger, TCSO.
Kimberly Ciera Hockaday, 18,
Oakshore Drive, Panama City,
burglary of a vehicle, theft,
possession of cocaine, possession
of drug paraphernalia, Ptl.
Jessica Jones, 51, East Drew
Street, burglary of a vehicle, theft,
possession of cocaine, possession
of drug paraphernalia, Ptl.
Dallas Randy Chapman, 50,
Woods Road, VOP (DWLS), Dep.
Raquel Daena Tucker, 34, Lewis
Drive, DWLS/R, Dep. Davis,
Amberly Raquel Smith, 24,
sentenced to 30 days in county jail
or pay $1,264.56 cash, Dep.
Kiley Ramond Hall, 25, Buffalo
Drive, criminal mischief, VOP
(grand theft III), Dep. Davis,
Amberley Raquel Smith, 24,
Sam Poppell Road, VOP for
worthless checks, Dep. Davis,
Carl Jordan. Melton, 34,
Southern Inn Motel, VOP, Off.
Clyde Hendry, DOC.
Daniel Brannen, 41, South
Byron Butler Parkway, VOP, Off.
Jimmy Gear, 29, Agner Acres,
warrant (passing worthless
checks), Dep. Hawkins, TCSO.
Michelle Lynn Reckwald, 22,
Mixon Road, aggravated battery,
'burglary, Ptl. Schneider, PPD.
William Lee Haney, 36,
Morgan Street, unlawful activity,
grand theft, Sgt. Kellerman,
Donna Lynn Breedlove, 41,
South Center Street, petit theft,
Ptl. Curry, PPD.
Rex Johnny Roberts, 30, 402
W. Main Street, failure to appear
Letters to the Editor
Writer 'shames' commissi
I received mine. On the same
day, Aug. 6, 2005, the headline in
the. Florida Times-Union
caught my eye: "EPA sets out
plan for ash clean-up:..but city has
t9 pay $100 million bill."
So why didn't the North Florida
Power Project just stay in Duval.
County--if, indeed, it is so great?
Does this. answer a lot of
'The article quotes one resident
stating, "We don't want our
community to be laid fallow by
'I:_ remember moving to
Jacksonville for ny first realjob,
from Madison County. The year
was. 1943, during World War II.
(We had no pollution in Madison
-or -aylor.) I smelled, for the first
time. a pulp mill. I asked my
aunt, "Do they have outhouses in
As forjobs, I saw no mention,
of 150 jobs for Taylor County
and, if indeed there are any, we're
looking at 2012 Don't wait for
them, if you have to feed a family.
They'll starve to death.
-:If they want to help Taylor
County for their pollution,' they
can paj their own taxes. Why,
should the citizens of Taylor
-ounty pick up their "tab" for
thousands of acres?
SAs for you commissioners, who
\oied unanimously\ in favor of a
power plant (we, the people, did
not have a vote), it's our county,
our country too. You are. not
"dictators" to us, but "servants" of
the people. Wevoted you in, and
pay your salaries. Shame on you;
you do not have the right to rob
us of out constitutional right to
I can see where a lot of people
will get rich, but. not us. Jobs and
dividends. I can't believe it. So,
breathe the fresh air while you
'I am never,
back to jail'
for hearing, VOP, Dep.
Edna Aleta Foskey, 39, Tahoe
Drive, Waynesville, N.C., VOP
for domestic battery, Off.
Christina Suzanne Bodiford, 26,
Johnson Stripling Road, pick-up
order, Dep. Hershberger, TCSO.
.James Michael Beaty, 37, North
Washington Street, VOP, Dep.
Robin Ann Hilson, 23, P. O.
Box 338, Beach Road, FTA, Dep.
James Benny Hester Jr., 23,
South Sparrow Street, VOP, FTA
for unlawful use of temporary tag,
driver's license expired more than
four months, resisting without
violence, Dep. Whetsel, TCSO.
James Raymond Carter; 32, Old
Dixie Highway, VOP, Off.
Pamela Blue Neal, 52 .8330
Gordon Brown Lane, FTA, Ptl.
oners Aug. 10:
o n e rs AgThomas Lament Leagall, 27,
Russ ,Lane, Lithonia, Ga.,
Sincerely, possession of cocaine, Inv. Parker,
Elizabeth Sadler PPD.
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