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Creation Date: August 23, 2006
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August 23, 2006 Tree Capital of the South 2 Sections Our 45th Year, No. 33

Former teacher given

probation for stalking.
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A former math teacher at Taylor
County High School who was
arrested and charged with
aggravated stalking and
(performing a) lewd act on a child,
has been sentenced to six years
probation and time served for his
crimes in Taylor County.
He also received an additional
five years probation (to be served
concurrently) from Lafayette

Circuit Court for crimes
committed there.
Christopher Lynn Barwick, 46,
who was arrested Dec. 6, 2005, is
accused of fondling and having sex
with a 16-year-old girl while he
was teaching in Perry.
During June 2005, a report was
filed with the Taylor County
Sheriffs Office, when Barwick
attempted to break into the victim's
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witnesses said Barwick was seen
standing beside the car earlier that
same day.
Barwick's troubles mounted
when Taylor County High School
Principal Michael Thompson
decided not to recommend his
contract renewal.
At 'this point, Barwick sought
employment at Lafayette County
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Barwick tendered his resignation
in Mayo.
LCSO Cpt. John Young, who
headed an investigation into
possible criminal activity there,
said Barwick was arrested in
Lafayette County and charged with
burglary of a conveyance and
trespass on school grounds. In a
separate case, Barwick was
charged with burglary of a
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Bluegrassoi atio
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Taylor County's own Florida
State Bluegrass Feti'. .il ah,
been named one of three
finalists for the prestigious
S2006 -International Bluegrass
Music Association (IBMA)
"Bluegrass Event of the Year"
Though only in its fourth
year, the festival will be going
head-to-head with veteran
events for the coveted title: the
26th annual Bluegrass & Chili
Festival held in, Claremore,
Okla., and.the 21st annual Joe
Val Bluegrass Festival
(produced by the Boston
,Bluegrass' Union), held 'in
Franminglham. Mass.
"We are absolutely thrilled
and proud that the hard work of
all our directors and volunteers
has been -recognized. This is,
definitely something Taylor
County should be very proud
to be a 'part of," festival
Coordinator Dawn Taylor said.
"Without the financial
support of the Tourism
Development Council and the
staff input, provided by
Perry/Taylor County Chamber
of Commerce, this event
would not be' possible,"' she
added.. i
"Although 'Ie were
nominated for the award last
year, we didn't advance to the
finalist round. However, this
year, our festival was chosen
as a finalist out of several
hundred nominations from all
around the world," Taylor
"As a finalist, we have been
invited to attend a special
awards banquet that will be
held in conjunction with the
17th annual International
Bluegrass Music Awards to be
hosted by Marty Stuart Sept.
. 28 at the Grand Ole Opry
"'* Please see page 2

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Police are still asking the public
to help identify the individuals
who robbed two different
businesses only 10 days apart this
On Aug. ,6, a man walked into
the Star Mart Store on North
Jefferson Street, just after
midnight, wielding a black semi-
aptomatic pistol, demanding
Perry Police Department Ptl. Lin
Gray said officers were called to a
ic- .Ia'r.rf and burglary in

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progress at the store, "but found
that it had not been burglarized--it
had been robbed (armed
The owner of the store said he
and another employee were getting
ready to close the business, when
the suspect walked inside and
yelled, "Everybody get down!"
The man then came around the
counter, holding the gun to the
men's heads, and demanded the -
cash register be opened.
After grabbing the money, the.

suspect fled the scene on foot with
an undisclosed amount of money.
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC)
K-9 Off. Larry "Cricket" Bailey
and canine partner "Buddy"
tracked the suspect to an area on
Calhoun' Street, near Pimple
Creek, "where it appears he got
into a vehicle and left the area,"
Gray said. "Evidence from the
scene is being processed and leads
"** Please see page 3

World War I memorial arrives
Veterans Memorial Park received another shipment of
monuments Monday, including two block memorials and the
World War V memorial. The park committee would like to
remind residents that any current or former Taylor County
resident, even those not born in the county,'who served in the
U.S. armed forces is eligible to-have his/her name placed on
one of the block monuments.

During keynote address

Leach expounds on terrorist threat

The threat of terrorism and the
joN s of being an American were the
topics M\hen former U.S.
Ambassador to France and Foley
Timber & Land President Howard
Leach spoke to a packed house
Thursday% nichi.
Leach k a. the guest speaker at a
Ta\lor Count\ Republican Party

dinner and took the time to discuss
the current threat from terrorism as
well as his time in France as
"It is a challenge all of us in the
free world are facing today," Leach
Terrorism, however, is not the
enemy, only their tool, he said. The

enemy' is Islamic fundamentalists,
which he added only account for.
two percent of the world's Islamic
"They despise Western values.
They see them as a,threat to their
way of thinking. They pose a
religion, but they are riot a religion.
They regard everyone who doesn't

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Former U.S. Ambassador to France Howard Leach (left) was guest speaker at a Taylor County
Republican Party dinner held Thursday. With him are (from I to r) Republican Party of
Florida State Chairman Carole Jean Jordan, City of Perry Mayor Emily Ketring and Taylor
County Commission Chairman Daryll Gunter. ,

think like them as infidels,
including the rest of the Muslims,"
Leach said.
"We're dealing with true
fanatics. Each one of them is
basically a walking bomb."
One of the problems with Islam,
he said, is there is no hierarchy.
"Anyone can call themselves an
Imam (a prayer leader). They can
say anything and no one is there to
say they're wrong. :
"Their words violate the Qu'ran
(the Islamic holy book), which
prohibits Jihad against other
Leach said he had befriended
one of the leaders of the Grand
Mosque in Paris during.his time in
France, talking at length about the
. "We're involved in a clash of
cultures. Technology and
communication have, thrown us
together," he said. "We must do all
we can to protect innocent
"Now for the good news,"-he
"I think we are incredibly
fortunate to live in the United
States. There is no other country
that offers more opportunity."
He made comparisons between
the U.S. and France, a country
generally considered to be free.
In France, he said, graduating
students are required to take a.test,
and if they fail to pass it, are not
allowed to go to college. Students
who do pass are required to go to
the school closest to where they

live and universities lack many
amenities, such as full libraries,
that are common here in the U.S.
Leach was ambassador from

Photo ID


at polls

If you plan to vote in the 2006
primary and general elections,
don't forget to bring a photo ID
with you to the polls.
That's the reminder from
Supervisor of Elections Molly H.
Lilliott, as her office prepares for
the upcoming onslaught of voters.
"This is something entirely new.
Florida Statute 101.043 requires.
photo and signature identification
at the polling. places," Lilliott
"Whereas in the past voters
would sign an affidavit swearing
to their ID, those have been done
away with. Now, everybody will
be required to have a photo ID and
signature ID."
Accepted documentation
includes: a Florida driver's license,
Florida ID card issued by the
""* Please see page 3

Buckeye posts $1.2 million earnings

Buckeye Technologies Inc.
announced- that it earned $1.2
million after tax ($.03 per share) in
the quarter ended June 30.
The company's results included
a $0.8 million tax benefit ($.02 per
share) relating to a reduction in
Canadian federal and provincial
tax rates,, and restructuring and
impairment expenses of $0.5
million after tax ($.01 per share)

primarily associated with
equipment sales at the company's
closed operations in Lumberton,
N.C:. and Glueckstadt, Germany.
During the same quarter of the
prior year the company earned
$8:8 million after tax ($.23 per
share). which included a $5.5
million tax benefit ($.15 per share)
and $1.7 million after tax ($.05 per
share) in restructuring and

impairment expenses related to the
announced closure of the
Glueckstadt cotton linter pulp
During fiscal year 2006, the
company earned $2.0 million after
tax ($.05 per share) including
restructuring and impairment
expenses of $3.6 million after tax
($.10 per share). This compares to
fiscal year 2005 earnings of $20.2

million after tax ($.54 per share)
including restructuring,
impairment, financing costs,
special asset sales and favorable
tax ruling 'which netted a profit
increase of $0.3 million after tax.
Net sales for the April-June
quarter were $193.4 million,
5 percent above the $183.9 million
achieved in the same quarter of the
prior year. Net sales for fiscal year

2006 were $728.5 million, 2
percent above the $712.8 million
achieved in the prior year.
Buckeye Chairman John B.
Crowe said, "Fiscal year 2006 was
highlighted by the completion of
the restructuring programs that
began three years ago. The closure
of the Glueckstadt cotton cellulose
pulp plant and the start of market
pulp production at our Americana,

Brazil, cotton cellulose pulp plant
completed the planned
consolidation necessary to.
improve our cost structure. While
the Americana ramp-up has been
slower than we expected, the
facility is building revenue and we
expect to improve financial
performance in fiscal 2007. With
"* Please see page 3


A-2 Taco Times August 23, 2006



JROTC holds
car wash
JROTC will hold a fund-raiser car
wash Saturday, Aug. 26, at Wal-
All proceeds will go toward
drill/color expenses for the 2006-07

Council meets
The Taylor County Leadership
Council will meet Saturday, Aug. 26,
at 5 p.m. in the Jerkins Center.
All members are encouraged to

TCMS hosts.
Open House
Taylor County Middle School will
hold its annual open house on
Monday, Aug. 28, beginning at 6:30
Everyone is scheduled to meet in
the TCMS auditorium for a
presentation on the Governor's A++
Plan and how it will affect TCMS
At 7 p.m., parents may visit their
child's classrooms and meet with
their teachers. The event will
conclude at 8 p.m.

GED to be
given at TTI
The complete GED test will be
administered Aug. 29-30 at Taylor
Technical Institute. Registration for
this session will be held Aug. 23 and
Please call Lee Ann Tomlinson at.
(850) 838-2545 to make an"
appointment to register. Special'
testing may be pre-arranged.

School board
meets Sept. 5
The Distlric School Board of
Taylor County will hold its regular
school board meeting on Tuesday,
Sept. 5, beginning at 5:01 p.m.,
instead of 7 p.m.

You're invited to a
'Black Tie Affair'
The Boys & Girls Clubs of
Perry/Taylor County will host its
annual prom on Aug. 25. The prom
will be held at the Catholic Parish
Children ages 5 to 11 will attend
the prom from 7 to 9 p.m.; ages 12 to
18 will attend from 9 to.11 p.m.
This year's theme is "A Black Tie
Affair," and the colors are black,
white and gold. The dress is church
attire (no jeans or sneakers--no
The event is open to the public
and tickets are on sell at local club
locations. Children and adult ticket'
prices are $1.
For more information, contact the
Jerkins club at 584-2611; the
Veteran's Park club at 584-8448; or
administration office at 838-2471.

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

Taylor Farm Bureau hosts

annual meeting on Aug. 31

The Taylor County Farm Bureau
will hold its annual meeting Aug.
31 at the Catholic Parish Hall on S.
Byron Butler Parkway.
A reception for all candidates for
local office will begin at 6:30 p.m.
followed by a "traditional Farm
Bureau BBQ," informative
program, charity cake auction and
a short business session.
According to President Auley
Rowell, Farm Bureau is a not-for-
profit organization with some
1,200 local member families that is
an advocate for:

the American family farm and
its heritage;
the right to freely practice one's
religious beliefs;
support of our nation's
constitution and laws;
a just and fair system of
an abundant and healthy
domestic food supply;.
limited government intrusion
and regulation;
private property rights;
preservation of the rural

environmental practices based
on sound science;
a competitive free market
a level playing field for world
freedom of opportunity;
respect for our fellow man; and
programs that help develop our
nation's young people.
Member families are encouraged
to attend. Prospective members are
also welcome, and to join the local
Farm Bureau to help promote
agriculture and traditional values.

The Taylor County Commission
is pursuing a grant to help
construct a new Emergency
Operations Center (EOC) for the
According. 'to Emergency
Management Director Brianne
Hoover, the county "does not have
adequate operational, space should
the need to fully activate the EOC
arise. Structural survivability is
also questionable as our current
location is not rated per .the

In Nashville

Currently the EOC is housed in
the basement of the courthouse.
The competitive grant is
administered by the state's
Department of Community Affairs
(DCA) and was established by the
Florida Legislature during their
2006 session.
, Eligible activities under the
grant include construction or
structural renovation of the county
EOC facility and essential
infrastructure needed to meet
the structural survivability

requirements and Federal
Emergency Management Agency
(FEMA) workspace
It does not include purchasing
land, equipment, furnishings,
communications or other
operational systems or recurring
Grant funds will be awarded
contingent on availability and if
the county is selected for the grant,
any construction must be
completed by 2009.

Awards show will cap

weeklong conference

FESTIVAL and Deering Banjos. industry.
Continued from. 1 The awards are voted on- by The award show is the
Continued rom page 1the professional membership of centerpiece of IBMA's week-long
House in Nashville, Tenn. We have the International Bluegrass Business Conference and
also been invited to attend the Music Association (IBMA), Bluegrass Fan Fest, slated for Sept.
awards show that evening." which serves as the trade 25 through Oct. 1 in Nashville,
She added, "I'm sure many association for the bluegrass music Tenn.
bluegrass fan. \\ilU recognize ihe
arusts non-unated for the [BMAN
'Entertainer of the Year' award--
Cherryholmes was our featured
headliner at this year's bluegrass
festival and Rhonda Vincent
headlined the 50th annual Florida
Forest Festival."



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Cherryholmes has been
nominated for IBMA's
"Entertainer of the Year"
Taylor County will welcome
The Grascjls, also nominated for
"Entertainer of the Year," for the
fifth annual Florida State
Bluegrass Festival.
Winners will be broadcast live
on XM Satellite Radio and around
the world to more than 300 U.S.
markets and 14 foreign networks,
thanks to the sponsorship ,of
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I would like to thank you for
the opportunity to continue to
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My continued pledge is to be
available and work for you and
the children of Taylor County.

As always, if you need
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call me.

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VOTE 100 ft. of voting precinct

Continued from page 1
Department of Highway Safety
and Motor Vehicles, a United
States passport, employee badge
or identification, buyer's club
identification, debit or credit
card, military ID, student ID,

retirement center ID or a public
assistance identification card.
"Another change this year is
the restricted areas around
precincts barring any activity of
any kind. It has been increased
from 50 feet to 100 feet," Lilliott
She concluded by reminding

residents that early voting
continues at her office (located
on the second floor of the Taylor
County Courthouse) Monday
through Saturday, 8 a.m. to 5
Early voting will end
Saturday, Sept. 2.

Barwick ordered to receive counseling

Continued from page 1
entering a juvenile's home,and
leaving a note on her bed.
Barwick recently appeared
before Circuit Judge James "Roy"
Bean and pled no contest to a

lesser charge of battery and guilty
to aggravated stalking against a
court order.
He received a total of six years'
probation and a $1,000 fine.
Conditions of his plea agreement
include no contact with the victim
in this case or victims in the

Lafayette County case.
He was also ordered to have no
contact with children other than his
own family and he must receive
counseling at his own
Barwick was also required to
sign a waiver to allow his

Clerk unable to ID suspects

Continued from page 1
are being followed up."
The suspect is described as
being a white male, 35-45 years
old. He is about 5'11" tall and
weighs approximately 175
pounds, with black and gray "salt
and pepper" hair. He also appeared
to be unshaven with gray facial

the store were covered from head
* to toe," said case Det. Cla Parker of
PPD. "They were covered so well,
that no skin showed anywhere,.
making it impossible for the clerk
to distinguish the race or gender--
,.only that they each looked to be at
least 6' 5" tall.
"The clerk was not even able to
tell the race by their voices," he
added. "She said their voices were

hair. not distinctive in any way."
Ten days later, three "very tall Parker said he had found one
individuals, one with a handgun," witness who had seen the suspects
ran into Advance America Cash enter the store, but was unable to
Advance, near Wal-Mart, give any other pertinent
-demanding to know where the information.
money was. Anyone with information
According to a report filed by regarding the armed robbery
PPD Ptl. David Kelly, the woman suspects from these robberies,, or
said the robbers "had her pull all anyone \\ho may have seen a
the money from the'safe and asked suspicious vehicle in the area of
her if there wvas a back door. Calhoun Street on Aug. 5, around
"She said they made her put her midnight to please call PPD at 584-
head into the safe and took off," 5121.
'Kelly added. All callers may remain
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"These cases are going to be
hard to solve without help from. the
community," said Parker.
"Sometimes the evidence is just
simply not there, but someone out
there knows something. We ask
that if you have any information,
please call now."

probation officer to monitor
his compliance to those
In Lafayette County court,
Barwick received an additional
five years' probation to
run concurrently and various

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A-3 Taco Times August 16, 2006

Buckeye eyes debt

reduction in 2007

Continued from page 1
the restructuring program
completed, we are positioned for
growth in fiscal year 2007."
Crowe went on to say, "During
fiscal year 2006 high energy,
chemical and transportation costs
coupled with the Americana
startup compressed our margins.

However, cash flow in the second
half of the fiscal year was
encouraging. Net cash provided by
operating activities for fiscal 2006
totaled $58.7 million which
enabled us to complete the
investment in Americana and
reduce debt by $16 million (from
$537 million to $521 million). We
intend to continue to reduce debt in
fiscal 2007."

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Blanton, Bailey plan

October 14 wedding
Stephanie Michelle Blanton and Joseph Bryan Bailey join with their
parents in announcing their engagement and approaching marriage. The
ceremony is planned for Saturday, Oct. 14, 2006, at 5 p.m. in Pleasant
Grove Missionary Baptist Church in Eridu.
The bride-to-be is a 2004 graduate of Taylor County High School, now
employed with the City of Perry. She is the daughter of Lavonne Porter
Blanton and Stephen Blanton. Her grandparents are Eunice Blanton of
Greenville, the late Grover C. Blanton, the late Tommie Theo Porter and
James Lewis Porter.
The prospective groom is the son of Leonard (Ci'ckett) and Karen
McCoy Bailey. His grandparents are Willard (Junior) and Frances Bailey,
and Houston and Shirley Donaldson. He is a 1999 graduate of Taylor
County High School, now employed at Taylor Correctional Institution.
.The couple and their parents invite all friends and family to attend the


auction Saturday
The group, Low Flying Planes,
will perform Saturday. at "A Wild
Thing" Auction benefitting Goose
Creek Wildlife Sanctuary.
This annual event will be held
at Forest'meadows on North
Meridian Road in Tallahassee,
with the auction featuring:
themed baskets, gift certificates
from restaurants and shops, "40
fabulous weekends" at resorts and
hotels throughout Florida.
Bidding for the silent auction
begins at 9 a.m. on Saturday and
closes at 5 p.m. followed by a live
auction at 6 p.m..
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rescue, rehabilitation and released
of injured and orphaned wildlife.
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As the school' year begins it's a
a good time to review-lessons that
are pertinent for students in grades
K-12, and those beyond those
Consider these lessons:
Be nice to your friends and they
will be nice to you.
People respond to the way you
treat them.
Do your homework and you
will get good grades.
Success takes work. If you
don't put in the effort, you won't
reap the rewards.
Clean your room now.
Get things done today and you
won't have to worry about them.
If you let things pile up, it will be
difficult to catch up.
You can play once your chores
are done.
Get your work done before you
take a break. Then you can relax
and have a good time.
Stay in school.
If you don't get an education,
your opportunities will be limited.
Don't drop out of school. The
more you learn, the more you
Sticks and stones will break
your bones, but names will never
hurt you.
It doesn't matter what other
people say. Don't allow others to'
upset you. There -will always be
mean people. Don't pay attention
to them.
Don't waste your time.
Time goes by very fast. Don't
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your home and family. It doesn't
matter what someone else has.
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have something to say, say it. If
you complain all the lime, no one
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is Saturday in Steinhatchee
Keli Elizabeth Anderson and Benjamin John "B.J." Thomas will be
married Saturday, Aug. 26, at 10 a.m. in Fellowship Baptist Church in
The bride-elect is the daughter of Kimberly Morgan Anderson of Perry.
The groom-to-be is the son of Pat Whiddon of Steinhatchee and Daniel
Thomas of Old Town.
No formal invitations-to the wedding will be issued, but all friends and
relatives are invited to attend.

Wedding reminder

Erika Nettles and Chris Grambling remind friends and relatives of their
wedding on Saturday, Aug. 26, at 5 p.m. in Lakeside Baptist Church.

Thomas Lee Carlton Reunion
Family and friends are reminded that the 33rd annual Thomas Lee
Carlton Family Reunion will be held Saturday, Sept. 2, at Perry. First
Church of God.
The reunion will start at 10:30 a.m.; a covered dish lunch will be served
at 12:30 p.m.
The event will include the traditional Carlton auction and special

New arrival

John Kaden Shaw
Kelli Nichole Parker and John William Shaw of Perry announce the
birth of their son, John Kaden Shaw, on Feb. 21, 2006, at 1:24 p.m. in
Capital Regional Medical Center in Tallahassee. He weighed 6 pounds,
12 ounces, and was 19.25 inches long.
Maternal grandparents are James E. Parker Sr. and Rhonda Roberts of
Perry. Maternal great grandparents are Clarence Parker of'Mayo, Linda
Parker of Mayo, and Carolyn Crum of Greenville.
The baby's paternal grandparents are Tammy Shaw of Wakulla and Ed
Shaw of Perry. His paternal great grandfather is John 0. Shaw of Perry.

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Keli Elizabeth Anderson,
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Britkney A. Raulerson
Stacy G. Cain
July 28, 2006
Michelle Satterwhite
Tracy Passerotti Jr.
S Erika Nettles
S Chris Grambling
Aug. 26, 2006
Melissa Fouche
T.J. Edwards
Sept. 16, 2006
Katrina Davis
Roger Turner
Sept. 16, 2006
SGena Anna-Marie Crouse
Jamie Waylon English
Sept. 30, 2006
Stephanie Blanton
Joey Bailey
October 14, 2006
Jade Michelle Howell
Justin Matthew Wiles
November 4, 2006
Leah Elizabeth Brooks
Daniel Jay Mills
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Libby Bennett
George Juarez
Dec. 9, 2006
Blaire LeNan Carlton
Robert Carlos Suarez
Marcn 3, 2007
Leslie Cook
r Gary Dowers
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Dustie & Kane Hendry
Girl due Sept. 11, 2006
Heather Massey
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Girl due'Sept. 14, 2006
Daralyn & Jeremy Nix
Girl due Sept. 18, 2006
Jill & Chad Smith
Boy due Sept. 25, 2006
S Keri & Robert Ponder
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Ashley & David Raker
Twins Boy & Girl due Oct. 2, 2006
Amanda & Chris Patrick
) Boy due Dec: .19, 2006

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Cerisso Crain and Spyridon Albeleris of Perry proudly announce
the birth cl their very handsome son Talon Vance born June 21
2000 it 9 02 pm in Tallahassee He weighed 6 pounds 2 ounces
and was i9 inches long
talerrnal grandparents are Ldrnon rJ Cramin and the very loved
aond missed deceased K.imla C:ran Great grandparents are
T.mmy and Eloise 5.Ialans and Ronald Crain and the late Eldon Hill
Paternal grandparents are Lynn Aibelers and the late John Vance
.ibeeric Great grandparents are Helen Cheek and the late Edgar
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(next to Winn Dixie)

Calling all members of the

Class of '73..

If you are a member of the Taylor County. Class. of 1973 you
are invited to reunite with your classmates
Labor Day Weekend in Steinhatchee!
Join us Friday, Sept. 1 at Fiddler's Restaurant at
5 p.m. for cocktails and 6 p.m. for dinner.
Other events ace scheduled throughout the weekend.
For details, Visit our website: www.gulfnet.com/classof73/
or call Lee Shiver (706) 692-3774
or Christy Moody (local) 584-7666. See ya there!

S You are invited to attend cl'a

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4:OO-600 pm
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A-5 The Taco Times August 23, 2006

Stephens wins year of gasoline

Representatives with Ware Oil stand with Debra Stephens, second from right, winner of a year's worth of gas.

2 arrested for cocaine

Two women, one in a
wheelchair, were arrested for
possession of cocaine and other
charges, after police found them in
possession of crack cocaine, crack-
smoking pipes and marijuana.
Perry Police Department Ptl.
Dwight Norris said he'saw Sherika
Vontez Maxwell, 26, in front of
the D&M Store.
"I knew that Maxwell had a
warrant out for her," said Norris,
"so I stopped and executed an
During a pat-down, Norris
discovered a pill bottle wrapped.
with electrical tape containing 10
pieces of crack and a large slab of:
crack in a bag worth an estimated
SAt the time of her arrest,:
Maxwell was within 1,000 feet of,
St. Peter's Primitive Baptist,
Also in front of the store, "was
a black female siting in a
wheelchair with a purple Crown
Royal bag and purse beside her,"
said Norris.
The woman was identified as
Sherri Renee Tensley, 43, who
then attempted to hide the items
behind her, according to Norris.
"When I akcd her what she had
in the bagr-and puse, she stated

'nothing,'" said Norris.
"I asked her if she minded if I
.looked at them and she said that
she didn't mind. She then stood up
and began to pull out some of the
items, but she kept pushing a
small plastic bag back into the
purse," Norris said.
"I reached over and grabbed the
cigarette purse before she got rid
of the plastic bag inside. Tensley
attempted to snatch the item away
from me and PPD Ptl. Lin Gray
had to grab her.
"We told her that she was under
. arrest and she continued to resist-
us," added Norris. "After a short
struggle, Tensley was taken to the.
ground, cuffed and placed in Gray's
patrol unit."
During a further search of
Tensley's purse and bag, two
copper crack pipes and two bags
with pieces of crack cocaine were
located, along with a bag
containing a small amount of
marijuana, according to Norris.
Tensley was arrested and charged
with possession of cocaine,
po-ssession of less than 20 grams
pf cannabis, possession of drug
paraphernalia and resisting arrest
without violence.
Maxwell was arrested 'and
charged \ ith possession of cocaine
Old vop'.

Ware Oil and Supply Company
Vice President Doug Everett,
along with Cleveland Mathis and'
Tony Schwab announced that
Debra Stephens, of Perry, won a
year's worth of gas from the

Ware Oil, in conjunction with
the Pepsi Corp., held the
promotion on the north end of
Taylor County for 45 days before
the final drawing.
The prize equals 520 gallons (10

'Careless driving' charged
A Perry man, James G. Seago, Doctors' Memorial Hospital,
50, escaped injuries Friday where he was treated for injuries.
afternoon when his 1999 Ford Brown was charged with careless

pick-up truck was struck from
behind by a 2000 Nissan car.
The driver of the car, Charles E.
Brown, 26, of Monticello received
minor injuries and the passenger,
Leon J. Payton, 45, also of
Monticello, received "serious"
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"No purchase is necessary," said
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A-6 The Taco Times August 23, 2006

Bulldogs drop two in kickoff classic

The absence of five players,
mostly due to injuries, depleted an
already thin roster for the Taylor
County Bulldogs' pre-season
jamboree and contributed to a pair
-of one-half losses to Lafayette
County and Hamilton County
Friday night at Dorsett Stadium.
The Bulldogs fell by a score of
.21-7 in the opening half to the
Lafayette County Hornets, who
are coming off of an undefeated
regular season and 3-2 second-
round play-off loss to eventual
Class 1-A state champion Port St.
The Hornets ran out of steam in
-the jamboree's middle half of play,'
-as the Hamilton County Trojans
,pulled out a 14-10 win over
Lafayette with a long late
touchdown run.
The Tfojans finished undefeated
in the jamboree by handing the
:.-Bulldogs a 20-6 loss in the third
and final half of play.
Taylor County's lack of a
-running game factored heavily into
both losses, as the Bulldogs
finished with negative rushing
yards in both halves of play. Nine
fumbles, including five bad snaps
and four turnovers also contributed
-.to the two losses.
Taylor County had 14 carries for
minus 13 yards and five fumbles
in their 21-6 loss to Mayo.
-Despite not turning the ball over
,:;.in the final half, the Bulldogs lost
-.-21 yards on 11 runs and had four
-fumbles (all recovered).
Sophomore runningback
-:Bryckoski Jackson 'was not
scheduled to play, but got last-
second clearance from medical staff,
-to suit up for the game. Jackson
was an obvious force early in the
first half against Lafayette,
carrying the ball twice on the
Bulldogs' first drive and making a
diving, one-handed interception on
Mayo's first possession before re-
injuring his shoulder on.thereturn-
and being forced to the sidelines
-'for the remainder of the night.
Projected starters Ethan Young
S(tight end/linebacker), Joseph
-Proenza (tight end/linebacker),
Geor gie Armstrong
(fullback/linebacker) and Cory
Sadler (fullback/defensive linemen)
Small missed the jamboree, forcing
the coaching staff to juggle the
line-up with a shortage of players
at several important positions.
The losses hurt the Bulldogs'
rushing attack and defensive depth
as .the remaining players were
1 forced into playing continuously
3 on both offense and defense.
Bright spots for the Bulldogs
included senior QB Marquis Ellis,
who completed 9 of 19 passes for
91 yards with no interceptions.
However, bad snaps and a fumble
contributed to the Taylor County
signal-caller losing 39 yards on
six carries. ,
Junior receiver Greg Sneed had a
very impressive jamboree,
catching, six passes for 72 yards
and returned an interception 65
yards for a touchdown against
Senior receiver Chad Ellis also
showed big-play potential,
catching a nine-yard pass and
returning a punt 55 yards for a
touchdown against Mayo.
With both starting runningbacks
out (Armstrong and Jackson)
Jarvis McGrew carried three times
for four yards and freshmen
runningbacks Reggie King (7'
carries, 10 yards) and Dominique
Bryant (4 carries, -6 yards) were
forced into early action.
Freshman halfback Jonathan
Smith showed tremendous speed
with a pair of kick returns for 21
and 24 yards, while sophomore-
Jarquis Ellis had a .17-yard
interception return.
SSenior offensive and defensive
linemen Drew Southerland and
Adam Cook were forces on both;
sides of the ball, while senior
linebacker Jake Meacham --- who
knocked the helmet.off of a ball
carrier on one boie-jarring tackle
-- picked up where he left off last
season, punishing opposing ball
carriers and seemingly getting in
on every defensive tackle.
Junior Kendall Thompson was a
big bright spot on defense,
coming up with several big plays.
including sacks, QB pressures and
a deflection at the line. Fellow
juniors Tyler DuBose, Will Hall
and Carl Padgett, who missed the
second h.lf, also had big plays on
both the offensive arid defensive

lines in addition to the solid play
of sophomore Cody Davis.
First Half
Lafayette County took
advantage of their size advantage
and powerful rushing attack to
churn out 23 carries for 150 yards
and three touchdowns.
Taylor had fist possession and
moved the ball well in two plays
with a four-yard run by Jackson
and a 10-yard pass from Ellis to
Meacham. However, Jackson
fumbled on the next play and
Mayo took over near midfield.
Jackson, DuBose and Quentin
Tucker combined for a sack and
Jackson made a beautiful one-
handed interception two plays later
to give the ball back to the
Bulldog offense. However, during
the interception return Jackson re-
injured his shoulder and left the
After Taylor was forced to punt,
the Hornets went to the running
game to grind out a 66-yard drive
ending with a two-yard TD run by
Eric McIntyre with 2:22 left in the
first quarter. Meacham, Hall and
Chad Ellis, (big goal line tackle
and near interception) all had big
plays on defense.
Trailing 7-0, the .Bulldogs
responded with an 18-yard pass to
Sneed on first down, but could not
get.the running game going and
had to punt after M. Ellis was
sacked for a 13-yard loss.
A long 38-yard run by Hornet
fullback Kurt Skelly -moved
Lafayette to the Taylor 33, but
Jarquis Ellis made a big
interception and returned it 17
yards. King had two 'nice carries,
but McGrew was stopped short of
a first down on a 3rd down run,
forcing freshman Ty Crowley (3
punts, 31.6-yard average) to make
the first of two nice punts.
DuBose and Thompson ke'ed a
nice defensive stand, but the
Bulldogs found themselves backed
up at their own 10 after a punt.
.Bryant lost two yards on first
down and M. Ellis dropped the
ball at the one-yard line
attempting to roll out on a pass,
Mclntyre scored on the next
play to give Mayo a-14-0 lead
with 7:01 to play in the half.
Crowley came in at QB and
struggled with the center
exchange, fumbling three snaps
and throwing an interception.
Mayo could not capitalize on
,the turnover and had to punt,
allowing Chad Ellis to turn on the
jets and follow some exceptional
blocking by Smith and the
Bulldog punt return team to a 55-
yard touchdown.
Mayo's Mcinitre scored on a
30-yard run to finish the first half
with Lafayette winning 21-7.
Second Half
Despite an impressive passing
performance by Marquis Ellis (7
of 14 for 61 yards) and Sneed (5
catches for 54 yards'). the Bulldogs
lack of a rushing attack and
injuries on defense contributed to
Hamilton cruising to a 20-6 win
in the second half.
Taylor went three-and-out to
start the half and Hamilton

immediately went to their speedy
stable of runningbacks as four
different ball carriers moved the
Trojans 73 yards in just seven
plays before capping the drive
with a 22-yard pass to tailback
Lathaniel Sowell.
Trailing 6-0, the Bulldogs put
on an impressive passing
performance as M. Ellis connected
with Sneed for a pair of passes for
27 yards and another nine-yard
completion to Chad Ellis.
King ran for seven yards and
fumbled, but Davis was there to
pounce on the ball. Ellis almost
connected with Meacham on a
pass at the five-yard line, but

fumbled for a hine-yard loss and
King was thrown for a four-yard
loss to end the drive.
Southerland and Meacham came
up big on defense for the
Bulldogs, along with Tucker and
Zach Bradshaw. Thompson also
had two tackles for a loss and
popped the helmet off a Trojan
Southerland put heavy pressure
on the Trojan QB forcing an errant
pass that was picked off by Sneed,
who wove his way through seven
players on the way to a 65-yard
touchdown return to tie the game
at 6-6.
However, Hamilton broke off an

Bulldog runningback Reggie King (20) breaks

PSA begins

'06 sign-up

The Perry Soccer Association
announces registration -for its
upcominL' fall soccer program.
Registraton begins Aug. 24 and
goes through Sept. 1. Kids, ages 4
through 15 .are eligible to
participate. The cost is $35 per
The under-16 and under-14
leagues will begin play Sept.' 18.
All other age groups will start the
season Sept. 30.,
All games, this season will be
played at the new sports complex,
on U.S. 19 North..
Coaches are needed for all
leagues. a ;
Registration forms may be
picked up at Thomas Chevrolet.
For more information, contact
Kay Parker at 584-6438 or Carol
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80-yard kickoff return and after
Meacham made one nice goal-line
tackle, the Trojans punched it in
and converted a two-point play to
go up 14-6.
A nice return by Smith and 17-
yard scrambling pass from Ellis to
Sneed moved the Bulldogs to their
own 43, where three straight high

snaps over Ellis' head sent the
Bulldogs backwards and ended the
Hamilton capped the win by
going back to its deep stable of
runningbacks and pounding out a
50-yard drive capped by a three-
yard toss sweep for a touchdown
to finish the scoring at 20-6.

TCMS game moved to

The Taylor County Middle
School football team will kick off
its 2006 season in Perry Thursday
night against Lake City Middle

The game, originally scheduled
to get underway at 6 p.m., will
start at 7 p.m.

loose as Jarvis McGrew (8) comes on to block during action Friday night.

As part of my ongoing effort to introduce myself
to the voters of District 4, I would like to take this
opportunity to humbly ask for your vote and
consideration on Tuesday, September 5, 2006.

Taylor County is growing at an unprecedented .
*pace, with new development and industry
knocking at our door.

'This is an exciting opportunity for the people of
Taylor County, however we must carefully plan
for how these projects and the growth they
bring will affect our children's' and
grandchildren's way of life.

I welcome the responsibility to represent the people of District 4 and vow to
use my knowledge and experience to responsibly manage our county during
this period of growth.

If I have not yet met With you personally or spoken with you by telephone,
please feel free to contact me at 838-6818 if you have any questions.

Please participate in the election process! I encourage you to read the election
edition in the Perry News-Herald (Friday, August 30) to compare each candidate's
position on critical issues that will affect us for years to come.

Thank you for your time and consideration,


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A-7 Taco Times August 23, 2006

Father-Son Retreat Saturday at Pickett Lake

'Passing On a Godly Heritage' Pastor's anniversary celebration begins Friday Musical at 5:30 p.m. featuring various choirs and soloists.
Taylor County Independent Baptist Fellowship will hold a Father-Son Elder Gregory Houston, pastor of New Jerusalem Baptist Church, will On Sunday, another pre-anniversary service will be held at 11 a.m.
Retreat this Saturday, Aug. 26, with the theme, "Passing On a Godly be honored by his church beginning Friday, Aug. 25, with a pre- featuring Minister Bobby Turnage as guest speaker. At 3 p.m., the
Heritage." anniversary service at 7 p.m. Guest speaker will be the Rev. Tony 0. anniversary service will begin with. the Rev. Roosevelt Knight, of New
Events gets underway at 10 a.m. at Pickett Lake in Mayo, and include: Graham, pastor of Antioch Missionary Baptist Church. Bethel Missionary Baptist Church, as guest speaker.
* a fishing contest with a first prize reel and rod give-away; On Saturday, the celebration continues with services a Total Praise Everyone is invited to attend.

a turkey shoot with a first prize camouflage shotgun;
barbecue; and
pickin' and singing.
To register, please contact Pastor Jon Edmisten of Charity Baptist
Church in Perry at 223-1850; Pastor Paul Nawlin of Faith Baptist Church,
584-2980; or Pastor Leon Holden of First Baptist Church in Steinhatchee,
352-498-2108. There is a $5 registration fee.
. "All interested persons are invited to this full day of fun." Please register
by Aug. 23 so that proper accommodations can be made.
Presidents' Workshop is Saturday
The Local Presidents' Workshop of the First Bethlehem District will be
hosted by Memorial Missionary Baptist Church in Monticello on Saturday,
Aug. 26. The sessions get underway at 10 a.m.
Each missionary ministry is asked to enroll with $20 and bring as many
delegates as possible. The teacher will be the Rev. H.J. Boone of Sweet
Hope in Live Oak.
New Brooklyn's van will provide transportation. For more information,
please contact Walter Bishop or Sarah Hall.
Fall revival ends tonight
Lakeside Baptist Church will conclude its Fall Revival with services at
7. David Burton, director of evangelism for the Florida Baptist
Convention, has been the featured speaker for the Aug. 20-23 revival.
Everyone is cordially invited to attend the final evening of services.

Societies to meet Sat.

"Some Don'ts for
Growing Christians"
Don't try to take the lead in
everything, don't move before
listening to the action bell ring,
don't try to get ahead by putting
another person down.
Don't listen to gossip that's all
over town, don't envy thy neighbor
because of his progress. Don't
make excuses for the lack of
Don't issue out what you can't
take, don't take the sweetness out
of the cake. Don't trust Satan for
your protection, don't lean upon
Satan for your sense of direction.
Don't let any one convince you
not to hang in there, don't naked.
minockery when others', clothing are
thread bare. Don't play silly tricks
on the teacher, don't talk during
orations by the preacher.
The missionary societies that are
members of First Bethlehem
Association will hold their annual
meeting this Saturday at Memorial
M.B. Church in Monticello.

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The family of Ashlyn Blaire
Clark would like to thank
everyone for their prayers, food,
donations and kindness during the
time of our loss.
Special thanks to Brother Billy
Gibson and the church family, Joe
and Lynda at Beggs Funeral
Home, Don and Vickie at Martin
Marietta, and Division of Forestry
of Perry. May God bless you all.
Janet and Jaydyn Andrews
and Family

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Mrs. Clara Moore has
undergone surgery in Doctors'
Memorial Hospital recently and is
feeling better to the delight of her
family and friends.
The Pall Bearers .Union District
No. 1 will meet' this Saturday at
10:30 a.m. at 1200 North Ave.
West, Perry.
All Pall Bearers who are
members of Lodge #3 see Mrs.
B.D. Williams and pay all dues and
death claim; Lodge #6 see Mrs.
Susie L.. Smith; Lodge #7 see Mr.
A.D. Jones; Lodge #10 see Mrs.
Jessie Bell Oliver; Lodge #11 see
Mrs. Jimmy L. Smith; Lodge #15
see Mrs. Elsie Randel. All debts
must be paid by Friday afternoon
or Saturday \ morning.

(850) 223-1149
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Taylor County Independent Baptist Fellowship

"Passing on a Godly Heritage"

Saturday, Aug. 26
All Day Fun starting at 10 a.m.

Fishing Contest (1st Prize--Rod & Reel)
Turkey Shoot (1st Prize--Camouflage Shot Gun)
Bar-B-Que Pickin' & Singing

Registration fee $5.00 per person

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What little did we know early
that Monday morning God
had called your name,
In life we loved you dearly,
in death we do the same.
It broke our hearts to lose you,
you did not go alone,
For part of us went with you,
that day God called you home,.
You left us with precious
memories, your love is still
our guide,
And though we cannot see you,
you are always at our side.
Our family chain is broken, and
nothing seems the same,
But as God calls us one by one,
the chain will link again.

Happy Birthday!!!
We miss you so much!
Love always,
Your Family

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Remembering you is so easy,
but missing you is the heartache
that never leaves me. v. .
Son, I'm not afraid to face tomorrow,
I have seen yesterday and I live today.
They say that the pain gets better after a while, but they lie.
When you walk in my shoes let me know about your pain.
Son we both share a very special love for each other
and that is what keeps me holding on to the good memories.
Rest in Peace my sweet angel, until we meet again.
You will forever be in my heart.
The Bell, Brown & Thomas Family

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Frank Thompson
Frank Thompson, 49, of
Chicago, 111, formerly of Glendale
Heights, died July 6, 2006, at his
Born Sept. 19, 1956, in Chicago,
Mr. Thompson was a 1974
graduate of Glenbard North High
Survivors include: his children,
Shawn Nikula, Christopher and
Tyler; his parents, Lee Thompson
and Shirley Cash, formerly of
Perry; siblings, Sandy Thayer, Jim
Thompson, Larry Thompson,
Terry Whorton of Perry and Treva
Wilson, Ty Cash and Tod Cash, all
formerly of Perry.
A memorial service was held at
Cypress Funeral Home in Glendale
Heights, which was in charge of

Charles Rudell Maddox
Charles Rudell Maddox, 67,
died Aug. 13, 2006, at Capital
Regional Medical Center in
He was bom in Madison County
and had been a resident of Taylor
County for the past 20 years. Mr.
Maddox was a member of the
Midway Baptist Church and
previously worked in construction
.as a crane operator.
Survivors include: his wife of 40
years, Louise Maddox of Perry; a
son, Danny Jacobs of Perry; two
daughters, Trina Shade of
Lakeland and Regina Maddox of
Perry; three brothers, Wayne
Maddox of Branford, Travis
Maddox of Brandon, Miss., and
Donnie Maddox of Gainesville;
three sisters, Margaret Roberts of
Branford, Jeanette Aman and
Louise Hill, both of Perry; and

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.everyone that there is still time to
jo6ih in the fun for Blue Jeans for
-BJaies Day, Friday, Sept. 29.
'"Trade in your suits and ties and
Heels and have. a little fun,"
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three grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
Wednesday, Aug. 16, at 2 p.m. in
Midway Baptist Church with Tim
Lundy and James Roberts
officiating. Interment followed at
Woodlawn Cemetery.
Family members received
friends on Aug. 15 from 7 9 p.m.
at Joe P. Burns Funeral Home
which was charge of arrangements.

Joseph H. Wilson
Joseph H. Wilson, 88, died Aug.
18, 2006, at his home in Perry.
Born in Moultrie, Ga.,'he had
lived in Perry since 1957. He was a
member of First Assembly of God
Church in Perry.
Survivors include: his wife of 62
years, Dorothy Wilson of Perry;
two sons, Ronald Wilson of
Hahira, Ga., and BobWilson of
Perry; three daughters, Rosemary
Counce of Perry, Christine Barnett
of Steinhatchee and Margaret Fultz
of Perry; nine grandchildren; and a
host of great grandchildren as well
as nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held
Sunday, Aug. 20, at 3 p.m. at
Pisgah Cemetery with David
Stephens officiating. Interment
followed at Pisgah Cemetery.
Joe P. Burns Funeral Home was
in charge of arrangements.

Jerry Wilson Chezem
Jerry.Wilson Chezem, 65, of
Perry died Aug. 20, 2006, in
A native of Belle Glade, he had
.lived in West Palm Beach before
making his home in Perry 11 years
ago. Mr. Chezem attended Antioch
Revival Center.
He is survived by: one daughter,

for $10 each, and it's dress down
day at the office in jeans or
The 2006 T-shirt features local
children- whose families are
supporting Walk America in Taylor
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Tara (and Buddy) Wilson of Perry;
two half-brothers, Earl Page of
Arizona and Terry Page of West
Palm Beach; three half-sisters,
Mary Holloway of Perry, Shirley
Wellham of St. George Island and
Judy Jacobs of Perry; one
grandson; and a host of nieces and
Graveside services will be held
Thursday, Aug. 24, at 10 a.m. in
Oakland Cemetery.
Family members will receive
friends Wednesday, Aug. 23, from
6 until 9 p.m. at Beggs Funeral
Home which is in charge of
arrangements. In lieu of flowers,
the family requests memorial
contributions to: Chezem Family,
,4986 Richard Sadler Rd., Perry, FL

Scooter Bass
Scooter Bass, 39, died Aug. 16,
2006, in Brewton, Ala.
A native and lifelong resident of
Madison, he was a corrections
officer for 10 years working in
Madison, Mayo and Taylor
correctional institutions. He was
working in construction as a
millwright for QPS. He was a
member of Sirmans Baptist
Survivors include: his wife
Tammy Bass of Madison; three
sons, Dusty Green, Colby Bass and
Ryan Bass, all of Madison; his
father and step-mother, Sammy
and Burdette Bass of Greenville;
his step-father Ronald Vickers of
Madison; two. brothers, Darren
Bass of Greenville and Ronnie
Vickers of Pavo, Ga; two-sisters,
Carlinda Bass Whiddon of Perry
and Memori Bass Westerman of
Cherry Lake; three step-brothers,

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Freddie Byrd of Jacksonville,
Steve Byrd of Crawfordville and
Tommy Vickers of Madison; one
step-sister, Beth Harrison of Ft.
Myers; his maternal grandparents,
C.B. and Joan Knight of
Greenville; and his mother-in-law,

Barbara Colvin of Madison.
He was preceded in death by his
paternal grandparents, Harry and
Desmer Bass, and a step-brother,
Steve Vickers.
Funeral services were held
Sunday, Aug. 20, at 3 p.m. at


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County Commissioner District II

"Your vote is your voice for good leadership."

As a sixth-generation native, my Taylor County roots
run deep and so does my commitment to work for
you as your next county commissioner.
Over the past 26 years I've worked throughout the
region as an advocate and volunteer for our youth,
our seniors, business and industry. I need your
support and your vote to create a vision, develop a
plan for success, and to put it into action.

Beggs Funeral Home in Madison.
Interment followed in San Pedro
Cemetery in Madison.
The family received friends
Saturday from 6 9 p.m. at Beggs
Funeral Home, which was in
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B-1 Taco Times August 23, 2006

Dear Editor:
I appreciate the recent responses
to my Aug. 9 letter by two
S 4 supervisors of the Taylor County
Soil & Water Conservation
TCSWCD S.upervisor Rick
Causey's response letter stating the
district will not immediately
request tax funds is welcomed by,
S, this property owner and probably
by those in beach areas that have
been particularly hard hit by
escalating property taxes.
TCSWCD Supervisor Joy
Towles-Ezell's letter inviting me to
join three environmental groups
(HOPE, TRUE and EANoF) and to
participate in their discussions of
current environmental topics was
well received.
I accept her membership
The little difference of opinion
about replacing Taylor County

forestland with plantations of
invasive species is best understood
by reviewing the written record.
On May 23, Supervisor Towles-
Ezell made a post on the internet
saying: "Maybe when Buckeye
closes, and there's no need for
thousands of acres -of hybrid-
material-pine "sort-of"-trees. .. we
can grow "a bamboolike, 16-foot-
tall grass"--maybe like kenaf (or
hemp?) instead, for powering our
natural nature coast with clean
energy." (sic)
In the context of the companion
internet posts, there is no blinking
at the fact the "bamboolike"
reference was to, arundo donax, a
non-native,-noxious weed.
To her credit, Supervisor
Towles-Ezell seems to be
modifying her position. In her
August 16 letter she wrote "the
Sierra Club (of which I am a

member) opposes planting arundo
donax anywhere in Florida or the
Stripped of the chronological
complexities, it appears the
supervisor was for replacing
Taylor County forestlands with
arundo donax before she was;
against it.
If there has indeed been a
change in, heart, I rejoice. It
wouldn't be hard for me to support
a public official who repents of
hasty words written in anger.
Meanwhile, I remain stubbornly
convinced .that my original
position is correct: "There may be
a role for expanding the use of
biomass fuels in Taylor County,
but in my Opinion it' should not
involve the wholesale conversion
of forestland to invasive, exotic
Alice Simmons

Midweek Muddle


Letters to the Editor

Common ground in coal plant issue?

Dear Editor:' -
Can the question of a coal fired
'plant, or no goal fired plant, move
forward to meet any semblance of
l. agreement: The answer ies. -
It cannot be promoted b\ an,
unscientific study that goes about
pinching rear ends to rule as to the
percentage of obese people
populating Taylor County. Nor
concluding ias to average wage
levels 'when; a major part of the
business, professional, and retired
population income tax reports are
not available.
It is time for those 'elected
representatives who support th.e
coal fired: power plant,' to
-demonstrate, wise; c.refiill.
considered leadership. At the same
.time those who. stand in full'
opposition to a coal plant should

concurrently seek a common
ground to bring about a
Clearly, to date, the county
doifmmjission" has stood "firm,
un\w a% ering. in their support of the
"basic" .power plant as proposed.
There are those in opposition
maintaining a constant vigil
seeking a glimmer of acceptance
for their position. They have'
received complete rebuff.
Not generally known there are
those, who await "future
developments" to find, if any, the
source. or sources, of such 100%
commission unity and "loyalty.".
Ceri'ainl the county
commission is not going to be the
final approving agency for the,
proposed plant. Beyond the county
land use 'approval and approvals

such as water usage there are
numerous agencies, state and
federal,' who must provide their'
stamp of approval. Those in.
oppoiion i could 'ell .seek outside '
legal and financial help from
activist organizations and their
funds to mount opposition that
could, if not prevent approval,
cause extended appeal delay
beyond the practical construction
period of the plant. This delay
could pass, into the future energy
.concept for Florida; already stated,
to be atomic energy.' Perhaps then
making coal plants, in Florida,
Polinics is the "Art of
Compromise" has been quoted
many times. The commission
"*'. Please see page 2

Questions raised over contributions' timing

Dear Editor:
The fact that the power company
did not bring the $170 million.to
the table until recently, to the best
of the public's knowledge, and not
before the county commission first
agreed to thp idea of a coal plant in
Taylor County, suggests one of two,
The power company held back
and waited to see what public
reaction was going to be before,
using the money to manipulate

public opinion. (If -they had
'received a mildly against or overall
'favorable reaction to the coal plant
from the public, the money never
would have been offered.)
The other possibility is that 'one
'or more county commissioners
may have known about the money
and didn't inform the public.'
' I see the money as basically a
bribe. The power company doesn't'
like the public reaction and so is
pa ing off the taxpayers. They

will paint it as evidence of their
desire to help the community and
as evidence of future intentions to
be a positive asset in the'
development of Taylor County. In
reality, they consider it part of the
cost of doing business.
What's important about the
money is not where it is going so
. much as how it will be paid. The
power company will make a big
deal about where the money is
going, but nailing them down on
how 'and over what time period it
will be paid, may prove to be
difficult and interesting. No doubt
they know exactly:how they would
like to pay it. The payments may
be based on the coal plants'
performance rather than
guaranteed annual payments with
no strings attached. If the money
is. paid out over too broad a period
of time it will water down its
value. Remember they are talking
about $170 million in today's
dollars.: Both issues, what exactly
the payments will be 'and the
payment time period, can prove to
be unreliable when planning
county budgets, thereby interfering
with the efficient planning and use
of the money, again reducing its
The coal plant will affect several
Economic factors that will cost the
county and city of Perry. Like
health care, property values, road
building and maintenance,
'environmental clean up, insurance
rates, legal and administrative
costs, government time spent on
issues that arise from the side
affects resulting in less time spent
on other public issues, and possible
lawsuits. That $170 million can be
washed away pretty quick,
,,* Please see page 2

There have been nine plailet
solar system for as longas
In fact, there have been nine pl
the- solar, system for as
Copernicus or Galileo can remer
Now, in the year 200
International Astronomical U
p opsi.ng.to.ewrite. all textbo
suggest that our solar system
planets rather than the nine met
by generations of school children
This should bother me, but it
makes me wonder how man
numbers I can possibly dele
rewrite, and then accurately sto
head for instant recall. Given th
hurdles I'm currently facing,
looking good for me .here o
which is still the third planet f
sun and the one on which mos
cousins reside. Some 'of om
members appear to be in- a
orbit (the husband has noted), t
are--for scientific purposes--resi
The husband, however, accord
popular lore, is from Mars and
affected in the ranking of planets
from the sun), but he'll have
neighbor: Ceres, which sound
good name for an asteroid.
actually christened in the 180
planet but it was later demoted.
nothing worse than falling front
and I feel obligated to welcome
aboard since there were no prot
defend its honor at the time
demise. But you have to wonde
does it stop?
Like the universe some da
reconfiguration seems to be s
out of control.
Experts, you see, believe this is
first in a series of modifications
the list of planets is officially len
when astronomers vote oil it ti
(Aug. 24), it's not likely to stay'
for long. It seems the IAUI
"watchlist" of at least a doze
potential candidates that could
planets once more is known abc
sizes and orbits.
And they are authorized to do
IAU is the international a
responsible for naming plan
other phenomena. It's a "Who's
people who never made "Who's
high school. First the Greeks na
classical planets, and now the IA
to be more inclusive. It is, I re]
year 2006.
Mercury will still maintain its
as closest to the sun, and the
opposition. Nobody who has
the August heat in Florida want
on Mercury, not even in January.
original tanning bed of the univ
there are no survivors.
Venus, of course, is allegedly A

The planets are

multiplying like rabbits
s in the women are from, according to a book
s I can which was popular during the 1990s and
showcased the differences between men
planets in of Mars and women of Venus. It's:,-
ong as certainly warmer on Venus than on Mars,
nber. but it's much too far from the mall.
6, the There can't be any women there. I'm
nion is sure of it.
oks and When we travel beyond the Earth where
has 12 most of my cousins live, and Mars where
morized the husband came from, and the newest
n. Ceres, we find the dependable Jupiter--
t mostly which has been an inspiration to so
iy more many looking for names for cities and
ete and pets. Saturn's just a few million miles
re in my away, next to Uranus which has been
e mental defamed by schoolyard jokes since
it's not Copernicus' day. I am glad that Neptune
n Earth, retains its traditional placement, but,
from the especially delighted that Pluto was not
st of my cast aside for there was a, group of nay-:
r family sayers trying to- defrock this smalLU
different planed. In an age of super-sized meals,
but they it's difficult to garner support for
dents, of something small and quiet. But then
miniature dogs became the rage, and
rding to Pluto's status as a planet was reaffirmed
won't be by this prestigious group of-
s (fourth astronomers.
a new Go figure.
Is like a To round out the proposed 12, there
It was will be twd newcomers: Charon and the
)0s as a provisionally named 2003 UB313. I can
There's probably recall Charon as a name if I
m grace, must, but I'm hopelessly lost with the
ae Ceres next title which sounds like a form of
esters to uranium. Charon is actually Pluto's
e ,of its moon and 2003 UB313 is the farthest
;r: where known object ih the solar system. So
why don't they call the last one Infinity?
ys, this Or Omega?
spinning For this IAU event this week, nearly
2500 astronomers from 75 nations
only the gathered in Prague,- Czech Republic, to
Even if hammer out a universal definition of a
igthened planet (literally, a moving target) and
his week decide who's solar system-worthy.
that way In the meantime,, Pluto has been
J has a holding its breath.
Pn other Down below, I've .been watching the
become PBS-produced "Stargazer" since I was
out their 'just a tiny speck in theuniverse, and the
current host of that show explained this
so. The galactic shift best:
authority "The solar system is a middle-aged
ets and star, and like all middle-aged things, its
Who" of waistline is expanding."
Who" in Wow: the universe and I are not just
imed the soul mates, we're contemporaries.
kU wants And now that I'm a middle-aged.
peat, the descendant of both Earth and Venus, I
regret to announce that the universe has
position not become clearer. Going 'round and
re is no 'round for all these years must have
endured, confused me, because what was once,
:s to live and forever Nine, is now an ever-
Itis the changing 12.
erse and So, I want to know: how many
continents are there now?
where all And who wants to change that?

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B 2 faco Times August 23, 2006

Letters to the Editor

Writer calls for 'compromise'

Continued from page B-1
would hopefully conclude it is first
their sworn duty to represent, and
protect, the people of Taylor
County. That Taylor County air is
not available for pollution.
If a measure of pollution is to
occur that they should demand, at
very least, any modern
development available, such as
gasified system. That any amount
of money spent in the process of
mitigating pollution damage to
Taylor County air is not a factor to
be considered. That. there is too
much at stake for the population

Dear Editor:
Several March of Dimes teams
will be hosting "Ladies Day in
City Park" on .Saturday, Aug. 26,
from: 10 a.m. until noon. This will
provide the perfect place for moms
to -shop and kids to play.
Representatives from Mary Kay,
Avon, Longaberger Baskets,
: Stampin' Up, Creative Memories,
Pampered Chef and Partylite will
be talking orders and displaying
their products. A portion of the
proceeds will benefit the March of
Dimes WalkAmerica campaign.
Everday one in eight babies born

Dear Editor: prayi
The members of the Taylor repre
County Leadership Council wish. of the
to thank each and everyone one times
who came to our first prayer toget
breakfast on the morning of Aug. Ho
5. Your presence and prayers Nove
made it a success. Grah
.Special thanks to Westside
'Baptist Church members and
paitor We must say that the

.for the commission to help protect
the pocketbooks of the plant
Where then is the compromise?
First the commission passes a
resolution that does not protect the
pockets of those who are offering
millions of dollars of support
money to the county. Instead if a
coal plant is going to be
constructed in Taylor County they
demand it to be a "state of the art"
coal power plant.
If the commission were to act in
such a manner it could help to lay
to rest the question as to who they
favor? The health and welfare of
the citizens of Taylor County or the

in the United States arrives too
soon. Premature birth can happen
to any pregnant woman, and no.
one knows why. It is a serious,
common and costly problem The
March of, Dimes is leading the
campaign to reduce premature
birth by supporting research and
by educating the public.
For more information call
Kristie .Lutz at:' 838-5152.
Remember, together we can help
save the babies. See you at the
park!. .
Kristie Lutz
March of Dimes Co-Chair

er breakfast / was well
sented by all denominations
e county. We all realize that at
Like these we need to come
her as one in prayer and unity.
ope to see you again in
ember when the Rev. Tony
am will be the guest speaker.
The Taylor County
leadershipp Council

power plant promoters?
Compromise from the
opposition comes in the form of
agreeing to such terms. It should
be apparent to them that there is no
meeting ground with the existing
commission as the proposal stands.
A state of the art coal plant for the
opposition would be the lesser of
the pollution problems and a win
for their efforts. It is known that in
compromise agreements there is
no single winner.
Failure on the part of the
commission to agree to such a
compromise could be grounds for
the opposition's future arguments
before the reviewing agencies and


possibly the courts. That such
findings of support for the "basic"
proposed power plant by the
commission and their refusal to
demand the most modern system
were in fact selective against the
citizen's health and welfare.
If a compromise were agreed
upon then a vote could be put
before the voters asking "which
type of power plant do you select?"
The commission would be wise to
recognize that such a vote would
appear to remove them from the
liability argument that of
inequitably endangering the
citizens of Taylor County.
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Coal oppc

for work's
Continued from page 1B
especially if the county
make the effort to foresee a
.for side effects -
I see this move by the
company as part of an .
preconceived plan. Much
chess match, they anricij
advance the reactions they
to the moves they make and
_icrificin', their most, v
pieces .unless absolutely nec
The late offer to pay the
is not negotiating in good fa
is an indication of the inab
trust the power company., T
offer isla good sign to oppon
the coal plantibecause it me
power company still fears
opinion. The recent gove
acknowledgment of
arming, strong hurricane
floods, rising sea levels, Al
movie and the increased

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'positive impact'
fear of mother nature's wrath and
the government's .mnability to
respond to it and protect them, is
doesn't the perfect storm. Dirty coal
nd plan plants are the fishermen. They
know. they have: a battle on their
power hands and they are trying to stay
overall, ahead of it. The longer it takes for
like a them to get approval, the harder it
pate in will. be to keep this project alive.
will get The money 'is intended to speed
d avoid things up. They don't have time
valuable for legal battles.
cessary. Opponents have the, coal plant
money where they want them--follow
aith and through.. It shows the work you
utility to, folks are doing is having a positive
Fhe late impact which can grow rapidly
nents of with your networking and' the
'ans the inclusion of legal and
public environmental groups.
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Grief i

Taylor County Big Bend
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Counselor John Peterson, MSW,
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"This is 'a wonderful
opportunity for teens who have
experienced a loss to come
together for a day that can help
them process their grief. Space is
limited, so don't delay," he said.
The camp session will be held
Saturday, Oct. 14, from 8 a.m. to
5 p.m., at the Challenger Learning
Center in Tallahassee.
"What do grief and space travel
have in common? Teens ages 13-
18 who have experienced the death'
of a loved one can find out at this
innovative one-day grief camp,"
Peterson said.
"The Caring Tree Program of
Big Bend Hospice invites teens
ages 13-18 who have experienced
the death of a loved one to enjoy
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ke space travel?

space exploration and expression.
Trained grief counselors and
volunteers will provide education
and support throughout the day."
The Caring Tree Program of Big
Bend Hospice is once again
partnering with the Challenger
Learning Center to host this year's
Teen Woe-Be-Gone.
"Campers will launch into
many fun and educational
activities throughout the day
including a simulated space
'mission,' arts and crafts, sharing
circles and a time of
remembrance," Peterson said.
He added that campers may
encounter themes such as feelings
of grief, facing change, coping
with stress, confidence building,
communication and teamwork.
Pre-registration. is required
since space is limited to 30
campers. If transportation to
Tallahassee is an issue for teens in
Taylor County, special
arrangements may be available.

A light breakfast, snacks, lunch
and t-shirts will be provided.
Teen Woe-Be-Gone is a free
community service of Big Bend
Hospice; however, donations to
the Caring Tree Program are
gratefully accepted.
"The Caring Tree helps people

overcome their grief and teaches
you how to cope efficiently."
To register a camper or for more
information about the camp, call
Becca White or Caitlin Burns at
(850) 878-5310 or (800) 772-

Voices sought for chorus

Dr. Rebecca Burkart, who leads
the music program at North
Florida Community College, has
put out a call for voices of all ages
and abilities to join the NFCC
Community Chorus.
Rehearsals will be held
Monday from 7-8:30 p.m. at the
Hardee Music Center in Madison.
The first session is Aug. 28, but
the chorus welcomes all interested
singers for Monday rehearsals.
"No experience is required," said
Burkart, "just a willingness to
learn, plenty of enthusiasm and

The chorus performs for college
and community events throughout
the year. Dr. Arnold Burkart,
professor emeritus of music
education from Ball State
University, is co-directing with
Dr. Rebecca Burkart.
The chorus may be taken for
one-hour college credit or as a
non-credit Community Education
course. Some fees apply.
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The American Legion
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Steinhatchee, recently donated
.needed supplies, for students at
-Steinhatchee School.
: On. Aug. 1, auxiliary members
presented the donation to Principal
'Sylvia Ivey and teachers.
Members expressed thanks to
:the following sponsors who
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:Lisa and Kenny Morrow, and Gene
and Gail Nagy, along with all of
the residents who participated in
recent club fund-raisers.

Members of the American Legion Auxiliary (Unit 291 of Steinhatchee) recently donated
needed supplies for students at Steinhatchee School. Shown above are: (front, I to r) Darlene,
Fuqua, Mary Mosier, Karen Tidwell, Terry Chase and Carol Cox; (back, I to r) Principal
Sylvia Ivey, Vanessa Ricketson, Lynda Rutenkroger, Melissa Harden and Lucy Wheeler.

The Taylor Senior Citizens
Center has partnered with the
Taylor veterans organization to
bring a USO style show, "God
Bless America: Then and Now," to
Taylor County during Veterans
The Saturday, Nov. 11, evening
event will be a fund-raiser for the
Taylor Senior Citizens Center and
the Benevolence Fund for Veterans
of Taylor County.
The performance will be held at
the Taylor Middle School

Vickie Collins and A. J. Burch
will co-chair the program and a
.committee of community activists
is being formed to organize the
The next meeting will be on
Monday, Aug. 28, at 7 p.m., at
the home of Joe and Vickie
Collins, 514 W. Green Street, in
If you would like to serve on
the committee and/or assist with
this event, please contact Burch at-
the Taylor Senior Citizens Center
at 584-4924.

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Dawicke named court administrator

Chief Judge Julian Collins has
announced the appointment of
Barbara L. Dawicke of Gainesville
as the new trial court administrator
for the Third Judicial Circuit,
which consists of Columbia, Dixie,
Hamilton, Lafayette, Madison,
Suwannee and Taylor counties.
"It is difficult to say in a few
words what the Court
Administrator does," Collins said,
"but basically she and her staff are
the behind-the-scenes people who
make the court system work. The
court administrator works closely
-with the chief judge on the
development of the circuit's
budget, policies and programs, and
acts as the circuit's liaison to
local and statewide committees.
Additionally, the court
administrator and her staff are
responsible for implementing the
circuit's court programs,, managing
the judicial and courtroom
schedules, supervising court
reporting, providing court
interpreters when needed, and
coordinating and cooperating with
clerks of court, judicial assistants,
and security personnel. Court
administration is also responsible
for maintaining trial court statistics
and compiling reports for the state;
ensuring effective technological
support for our courts--and on and'
on. With the 2004 switchover of
the funding of the state court
system from counties to the state,
the role of the court administrator
has become increasingly crucial to
the efficient functioning of our
court systeri."
Dawicke brings to the position
her knowledge of court
management and operations,
derived from her legal training and

experience. She holds a law
degree from the University of
Florida and, just prior to this
appointment, served in the Eighth
Judicial Circuit for two years as a
staff attorney and six years as a
senior manager in court operations.
Before that, she was a practicing

attorney with Jacksonville Area
Legal Aid, a biological scientist
and a volunteer with the Peace
Corps in central Africa.
"Ms. Dawicke was chosen by a
consensus of all the judges in this
circuit from a group, of well-
qualified applicants after two full

days of interviews," Judge Collins
"We are all looking forward to
working with her."
Dawicke took office in the
Columbia County Courthouse
Monday, Aug. 21. She can be
reached at (386) 719-2163.

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Floridians are reminded to bring
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To make a difference

1It just takes one!'

Staff writer
How would you like to be a
That was the question, asked to
Perry Rotary Club members by
Boys & Girls Club Director Kevin
Kidd at a recent meeting.
Kidd gave an update on the
club's summer programs as well as
highlights of their new campaign.
One of. their biggest programs
was their summer breakfast and
lunch program, serving some
17,00.0 meals, Kidd said.
"We had one kid who was taking
his lunch home because it was the
only meal he would have that day.
That's the kind of kids we have in
the Boys & Girls Club.
"We have kids with healthy
bellies. That's the kind of kids we'
have in the Boys & Girls Club."
According to Kidd, the club's
traveling basketball team traveled
to a NCAA tournament over the
"There were, college coaches
scouting kids there," he added.
Opportunities like the basketball
team and the drum core are in
addition to the club's education and
tutoring programs..
"We're looking for partners who
want to improve our community,"
Kidd said of their new campaign,
S"It Just Takes One."
"We want to help you help us,"
he said, adding that there are many

opportunities to donate not just
money but service.
"Some people want to donate
time. Some people want to donate
their talents. Some people want to
donate money.
"We're not asking for a handout.
We have good kids at the Boys &
Girls Club. They don't need a
handout; they need partners," Kidd

"I'm tired of hearing our kids are
bad, they're not worth investing
"If you think back, there's
something you wanted to do, but
didn't have the resources. And it's
not just money," he said.
"Sometimes it's just having
someone to get them there. That's
what .we are. We're. a resource to
get them there."

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Boys & Girls Club of Perry/Taylor County Director Kevin
Kidd (left) is joined by Rotarians and Boys & Girls Club
board members Diane Ching, Karen Hankerson and Evelyn

SRWMD partners with county

for new digital mapping system

Scholarship honors John L. Dixon

.The Sandhill Hunt Club has established a
scholarship fund in honor of the late Johni L. Dixon.
"The Taylor County community. lost a good man this
past year with the death of John L. W\e are celebrating
his life with this scholarship fund in his memory. The
board and members of the club support this fund
for our youth to better themselves in life through
education. We are small club, but we have big
hearts, as John L. did. We want to 'help in our
children's future," Club President Ashley
Mock said..

The club will hold a barbecue chicken dinner
fund-raiser in support of the scholarship Saturday,
Sept 16, at P&D Barbecue (located in front of Kmart),
from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Walk-ins will be welcome.,
The cost will be $5 each and will include BBQ
chicken, two sides and a drink.,
For tickets, please contact any Sandhill board'
member or call Mock at 843-0566, Danny Anderson at
672-0034 or Bruce W. Sessler Jr. at (352) 620-5001.
"Please come out and support us in this event for a
great cause," Mocksaid. '

The Suwannee River Water
Management District (SRWMD)
has announced a new program by
which it will provide city and
county building departments with
the computers and software to
access parcel information digitally.
Paul Buchanan, Geographic
Information Systems (GIS)
'coordinator for SRWMD,
explained the purpose of the
program while demonstrating the
new software at a recent luncheon
held in Perry.
As part of the program,
participating municipalities will be
provided with a computer, the
software and a printer, as well as
,training. According to Buchanan,
both Taylor County and the City of
Perry have signed up. for the
Using Lafayette County as an
.example, he was -able to search for
parcels by the owner and then pull
up a rhap of the property. Overlaid
over the boundaries was
information regarding flood, zones,
wetlands, surface water,
topography, Federal Emergency
Management (FEMA) Flood
Insurance Rate Maps (FIRM) and

river floodways.
The new S'.'fiaol c will :allo
overtaxed building departments in'
the district to become more
efficient, Buchanan said.
"People can come in and quickly
analyze information about a
parcel," he added.
According to Taylor County
Engineer Kenneth Dudley,
although the county i's already
offering some of these services
now, he is' willing to accept the
additional help from the district.
Buchanan said their goal is to
have the program up and running
by, the ,new fiscal year, which'
begins Oct. 1. ..
The Taylor County Commission
officially approved participating in
the project at their board meeting
last week.
According to the agreement,
SRWMD will provide the
hardware, software and printer at a

cost up to $5,999, and the county
will -ibge.t $4.00 for software,
maintenance and -computer
FEMA announced last week that
it has granted $1 million to
SRWMD in support of the
floodplain mapping program.
The grant will help SRWMD
produce digital flood maps for
Taylor and Union counties.
"These funds will support. state
partners in creating flood maps
that more accurately reflect recent
development and natural changes
in the environment," said acting
FEMA Region ,IV Director Mary
Lynne Miller.
"The new maps will make
communities safer and protect
property from the risk of flood
loss for years to come."
Buchanan said Taylor is
scheduled for the updated maps in
200S. .

Three Rivers rep here Monday

Representatives from Three Rivers Legal Services, Inc., will be in Perry
Monday, Aug. 28, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the Employment Connections
office on South Jefferson Street. For an appointment, call (800) 495-0039.

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Post #20 building (2499 Woods Creek
Civil Air Patrol (CAP): second and fourth
Mon., 7 p.m., main hangar at the Perry/Foley
Kiwanis Club: Wednesdays, noon,
Joyce's Mar, Street Cafe
MainStreet Perry: first Monday of each
month, Perry/Taylor County Chamber of
Commerce at noon.
NAACP: first Sunday, 5 p.m., at Jerkins
'Communit Center.
Optimist Club: Thurs., noon at Joyce's
Main Street Cafe.
'Perry Garden Club: third Wednesday,
10.a.m. .
Perry Elks Lodge: second, third and
fourth Tuesday, 8 p.m.
Perry Lodge 123, F&AM: 'first and third
Monday nights, 7:30 p.m.
Perry Lodge #187: first and third Wed.,
7 p.m., Masonic Hall.
Perry Masonic Lodge 123: meets first
and third Monday nights, 7:30 p.m.
Perry Shrine. Club: fourth Thurs.,
7 p.m. (club house on Courtney Road).
Perry Woman's Club: second Wed.,
noon (Sept. to May; subject to change).
Rotary Club: Tues., noon at Joyce's Main'

Street Cafe;
.Taylor County Leadership Council:
second- and fourth Friday, 7 p.m., Jerkins
Community Center.
Vogue XIII: first Mon., 7:30 p.m. Call 584-

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

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

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

Muskogee Creek Indian Tribe: first Taylor County Reef & Research Team: at First United Methodist Church.
'Saturday, Oak Hill Village on Woods Creek second Thurs., 7 p.m., Forest Capital TheWay: Christ-centered recovery group,
Road. Hall, meets on Fridays at 7 p.m. at Serenity House
National Wild Turkey Federation Taylor Residents United for the on Hwy. 98 W., across from BP Station. Open
(Yellow Pine Drummers): holds open Environment (TRUE): first Tuesday, 7 p.m., to alcoholics, addicts, family members and
monthly meeting on first Thursday, Golden at Hampton Inn. friends.

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

Alcoholics Anonymous meetings are
held Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays
(closed), 8 p.m., at Heritage House on
Washington Street, -across- from public
library; another AA group meets Mondays,
Wednesday and Thursdays at Serenity
House, located at 1260 Hwy. 98 West,
across from the BP station at 8 p.m.
Alzheimer's Support Group for
Caregivers: every second Tuesday,. at
7 p.m., First United Methodist Church.
Big Bend Hospice Advisory Council:
no scheduled meetings in the month of July;
meetings resume Aug. 22, at 1 p.m..
Healthy Start Coalition: fourth Mon.,
9 a.m., Taylor County School District
Administrative Office Complex.
Narcotics Anonymous: every Sunday,
Tuesday and Wednesday at 7 p.m., and
Saturday at noon. All meetings are held at
the St. James Episcopal Church library
located at 1100 West Green .Street in
SHARE distribution: fourth Sat., 9 a.m.,

AMVETS Post 20 and AMVETS Ladies
Auxiliary: third Tuesday, 7 p.m., at 2499
Woods Creek Road.
American Legion Post #291: second
Saturday, 10 a.m.
American Legion Post #96: first
Tuesday, 7 p.m., American Legion Hall,
Center Street.
American Legion, Steinhatchee Post
291: fourth Tuesday, 8 p.m.
Sons of AMVETS: second Tuesday,
7 p.m., AMVETS post, located at 2499
Woods Creek Road.
Sons of Confederate Veterans: fourth
Thursday at VFW. Post on Center Street,
7 p.m. For information, please call 584-5346.
VFW Post #9225: second Tues., 7 p.m.
, (American Legion building).
Add to the calendar listing by
calling (850) 584-5513 or e-mail:



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Small ads...big deals !

Yard Sale Fri. & Sat. 8 am-until. Car seats,
toddler bed, baby, child, ladies and men's
clothing, tool box, TV stand, lots of misc.
Morris Steen Rd, Shady Grove. 584-63-43

For Sale Bridal Set 1 ct.. 14kwg and his
-wedding band 10kwg $2,500 OBO. Call
S (850)843-1073
Ethan Allan Solid Maple drop-leaf D.R,
table w/2 leaf's. Seats 10/12 $300, Ethan
Allan solid maple coffee table $125, 27"
mahogany console TV $50, Three-bowl
stainless steel sink 43 1/2" wide $100,
stainless steel island/bar sink $35,
disposal $25, Pfalzgoraf Blue &'"White
dishes set w/ extra's $50. four school
desks $7.00 each. 850-443-7258 or 850-
S 8/23-8/25
Yamaha Baby Grand Piano like new
condition, walnutfinish, recently appraised
& tuned. $8000. Call 584-9381.
8/11-8/30 '
FOR SALE '05' Kazuma 150 cc; green,
auto reverse & shift w/reverse. Asking
$1,000. 2 Cockatiels with Ig. cage. Lots of
toys and big playland. Cage is 30x18x36.
asking $300. Call 223-1053. leave
Furniture For Sale: Floor lamp $20, Desk
Table $20, Chair $10, Bedspread (King
or Double) $10, Headboard (Double) $20,
glass top coffee table $30 wall AC unit
6000 BTU $190. Stop by or call Best
Budget Inn at 850-584-6231.
Hair Salon Booth Rental $250/month plus
tax. Interview Call Linda at New
Dimensions Health & Fitness Center 223-
1/2 karat 3 stone diamond engagement
ring set in 14k white gold. $375 OBO
X Box 360-wireless controller 20 gb hard
drive like new. $300 Call 672-2324.
8/16-8/25 ,
New baby allergic to cats. have 2 free to a
good home, 1 gray female spayed approk
3 yeais. 1 black male approx 1 1/2 year
i* 1ld,-bb8tctremed-indoor/ outdeor tars
578-2151 a k lotr Regina
Music Lessons Producer/ Guitarist now.
available for guitar bass & voice students.
Beginners welcome Call Josh Noland
small dresses. One form fitting purple -
$15, One cream color, halter neckline with
a flare.starting at waist, matching dyeable
size 7 shoe $25 (with shoes) Call 223-
2406 and leave message Born like New!!
Drum.Lessons Beginner, Intermediate, and
advanced Call Dannly Also, 1992 Isuzu
Rodeo- $1 000 850-843-1094,
Gym set weight bench with bars and
weights bow look a like with weights stair
stepper 250 lbs of weights stair stepper
250. lbs of weight $150 All will del. 850-

1 bd/1 bth trailer for sale in local park. Can
be left-for additional monthly fee or can be
moved $5;500. (813) 629-2330.


Newly remodeled office Suites available,
for lease, electric, water, gas and trash
removal included, only $260 monthly. Call
Select Group Realty @ 850-584-4401.
1 bedroom and bath for rent in.a 2 BR/2
BTH trailer in Tallahassee. Share with
male student. $325 month + 1/2 utilities.
Call 584-5573 for more information. Near

Southern Villas of Perry
Looking For Applicants!
HUD Vouchers accepted. 1 and 2 BR HC
and non-HC accessible apartments. Office
hours are 8:00 to 5:00 Mon-Thurs, Call
850-584-8111. TDD/TTY 711, 315 Puckett
Rd. Perry, FL 32347. Equal Housing
1 bedroom and bath for rent in a 2 BR/2
BTH trailer in Tallahassee, Share with
student. $325 month + 1/2 utilities, Call
584-5573 for more information, Near TCC.
For Rent: 30' Travel trailer, singles only,
one bedroom, set up in nice location.
Private, All utilities paid. $100, per week +
$100 deposit 850-584-4551

1, 2 and 3 BR HC and Non-HC accessible
apartments. HUD vouchers considered.
Equal Opportunity. Office hours are 8:00-
5:00 Mon-Thurs. Call 850-584-5668. 709
W. Church St., Perry, FL 32348. TDD 711.
Room for rent private bath, private
entrance, living room, small fridge and
T.V, Call 584-8045
Commercial Building For Lease Down
,town building Brand new. 10 office's
including receptionist area and waiting
area. 'All internet and phone equip,
handicap accessible bathroom. Must see,
Call Select Group Realty at 850-584-4401.
3 bed/ 2 bth M/H fenced in on one acre,
very, nice. place well kept (Beach Area)
$575 month + sec. no pets. 1 year lease
Call 584-6256.
For Rrt inrle private room and bath
with private entrance. Shared living room
and kitchen. All utilities except cable and
phone. Non Smoker Onlyl Must like
outside dogs. $475 per month. 850-371-
Cedar Island House for rent. Call 1-352-
365-1876 or 578-2397.
4 bed/ 2 bth house could be 5 bedroom.
nice house nice area, very well kept. $650
mo + $650 sec. In town, close to shopping.
No petsl 1 year lease, Call 584-6256

Small 2 bed/1 bth M.H. on one acre. nice
place (Beach area) $525 mo. + $525 sec,
no pets, 1 year lease. Call 584-6256.
Available September 1,

New in town?
Find out what Taylor
County is all about!

Built in 2002 3 bed/ 2 bth located at 501
W. Drew St. Needs lots of TLC. Mortgage
Company Repo, financing available as
little as $800 dwn. Call immediately. 800-
2002 Homes of Merit 28x56 on one acre
with storage building. On Spring Warrior
Rd. $79k 223-2793
3 BR/2.5 bath Central H/A, 2 ac. lot
Puckett Rd. 1780 sq. ft. pool, hot tub,
$179,500. 843-2329;
READY TO RENT. Bring your Mobile Home
or R.V,, few lots available. PUBLIC BOAT
RAMP & KEATON BEACH very close!
Flexible terms, Call Anytime! 305-632-
5822 or 305-866-0460,
2 city lots behind PIZZA HUT, on
Magnolia street large live oak, fenced with
well, ready for your home. excellent buy!
$65,000. Call Jason Heartsfield @ 850-
843-0503. Nature Coast Inc.
Land for sale, 221 North Between Shiloh
. Church Rd. and Cairo Parker Rd. 1 acre
lots with paved roads. Owner financing
available. Please call (386) 658-1346 or
(850) 584-7466.

2 beautiful homes
1 beautiful lot
2.6 fenced acres
completely cleared

4/2 (1250 sq. ft.)
Steel-Master Home

2/2 New 2006 Homes of
Merit Doublewide
(Zone III)

Both homes surpass
building codes
Can be divided
All for $185,000

Land for Sale 5 acres of beautifully
wooded property in Boyd on Wash Davis
Rd. 850-584-7760, call after 6 p.m.
3 bed/1 bath house sale at 166 W. Walnut
St. Call 850-877-4152.
2800 SF 4 BR/2 Bth home on 1.8 ac. off
Paul Poppell Rd. w/enclosed patio,
beautiful sunroom, large attic storage,
fenced in backyard with inground pool,
great neighborhood! Excellent buy!
$250,000. Call Jason Heartsfield @ 850-
843-0503. Nature Coast Inc,
Commercial Building for sale 13,500 sq.
Old Badcock Furniture Building. Call 050-
584-5891. Pete Fortner

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

Experienced housekeeper needed.
Dependable with reliable transportation is
a must. Please apply in person at
Steinhatchee Landing Resort, 203 Ryland
Circle, Steinhatchee, FL 32359. 352-498-

Help Wanted. For more information call
Steinhatchee Ace Hardware at 352-496-

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

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If you are looking for a great job that will allow
you to plan your activities well in advance...
just give us a call.



CALL 850-584-6666 ext. 402

Force One is a recruiting office seeking
18-24 girls & guys to work and travel w/
managers who clear magazines like
Vogue & G Q through I.S.S,
I.S.S. is the Bestl! It's a youth incentive
program that will take you coast to coast
discover a world waiting for you! Earn
$400-800 wk. Plus bonuses! Pd. hotels &
transportation. No experience needed.
Sometimes opportunity knocks, right now
its BANGIN!!
parents welcome at interviews


FT/PT Sales

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

Send resumes
to 2132 University Mall
Suite 210,
Tampa, FL 33612.

Hibbett Sports conducts
drug testing.


Drivers: CDL-A
O/Ops or Teams
No Forced Dispatch!
44 Offices Nationwide.
85% Gross Pd. Wkly!
insurance avail.
JRC Transportation

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

Drivers needed to deliver magazines to-
stores once a month in Tallahasse and
surrounding area. Ideal for retirees,
housewives, or someone who already has
a delivery route. Experience a plus, but not
necessary. Must have reliable van, truck
w/shell, or full size car. Please call 386-
Coordinator Allied Health Lab (Registered
Nurse) Full-time 11 month position.
Qualifications: Must have a BS in Nursing;
current Florida RN License with at least (3)
years full-time RN clinical experience.
Experience in nursing education preferred.
This position also requires serving on
College committees and participation in
department and College activities.
Teaching may be night courses on NFCC
campus and/or at satellite locations.
Applications to: Director HR, North Florida
Community College, 325 NW Turner
Davis Drive, Madison, Florida 32340. Only
complete application packets considered.
A complete packet includes: resume and
application; copy of transcripts (unofficial
okay); copy of FL Nursing License.
Application available at www.nfcc.edu
Questions call 850-973-1662. Application
packet must be received 9/8/06. EOE

Do you want to buy a
.new home, refinance,
or invest but you are
afraid that your credit
won't let you?

This is your lucky day!

Mara K. Brooks
Mortgage Loan Specialist
Office: (850) 584-8934
Fax: (270) 574-6431

Elisha E. Williams
Mortgage Consultant
Office: (850) 838-3659
(850) 843-4833


RNs and LPNs All Shifts

RN or LPN Weekend
Treatment Nurse

Sue Love, Director of Nursing

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

Home Health:
Registered Nurse, Full-Time
Security Officer, PRN

Registered Nurse, Med-Surg,
Full-Time 7A and 7P
Registered Nurse, PRN
Licensed Practical Nurse, PRN,7P

Drug Free Workplace Equal Opportunity Employer

Doctors'3Memorial Hospital

Why Pay Rent?

Luxurious, Custom Built
SContemporary Houses -
20 Models
$55,000 $200,000 .PLUS LOT
Eagle's Nest Homes can give you all the advantages
of home ownership. Live in a custom designed and
'built Eagle's Nest Home.

P.O. Box 1822 584-4678 Perry, FL 32348


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

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Department of Transportation District Two
Position Number: 55004847
Occupation: Highway Maintenance
Workers Level 1
Working Title: Highway Maintenance
Technician II
Broadband code: 47-4051-01
Work schedule: 4/10, Mon.-Thurs. (7:00
a.m.- 5:30 p.m.)
Unit: Perry Maintenance
Contact Jessica Rucks or Theresa Kuhn
Telephone: (850) 838-5800
Position Located In: Perry, FL/Taylor
Biweekly recruitment salary range: $800 -
Benefits include: state pension plan,
subsidized health/life insurance plans;
paid holidays/ paid vacation and sick
Type of Advertisement: Open Competitive
Special Requirements: Must posses a
Valid Class "B" Commercial Driver's
Knowledge, skills and abilities:
1) knowledge of maintenance of traffic
2) skill in using hand and power tools, as
well as, equipment in routine maintenance
and repair work.
3) ability to work outdoors. (stand, bend,
walk and lift 50 pounds)
4) skill in operation and light maintenance
on vehicles and/or mechanized
5) ability to work effectively as a team
Special Notes: If you need an
accommodation because of a disability in
order to participate in the
application/selection process, please
notify the contact person in advance. We
hire only U.S. citizens and lawfully
authorized alien workers. For applicants
claiming Veterans Preference, please fax
your DD214 to People First at 904-636-
The Department of Transportation is an
Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action,
Drug Free Workplace employer.

RN (Faculty Position) wanted at North
Florida Community College. Full-time
faculty position (10 month contract).
Qualifications: Must have a BSN Degree
(Master's preferred in Nursing or related
field) and at least three (3) years fulltime
clinical RN experience. Must have active,
unrestricted Florida, Nursing License
(Georgia- Nursing License a plus).
Experience as a nursing educator and
.clinical experience in'medical-surgical,
intensive care, obstetrical and pediatric
nursing preferred. Duties include
classroom; clinical instruction; student
Additional duties will require serving on
College committees and participation in
College activities. Teaching may be
'weekends; nights; on campus and/or at
satellite locations.
Applications to, Director.HR, NFCC, 325
NW Turner Davis Drive, Madisbh, Florida
32340. Only complete application packets
considered. A complete packet includes:
letter of interest; resume an'd application;
copy of transcripts unofficiali kay copy
Of Nursing License Applicaiion -
available online at www.nfcc.edu.
Questions call 850-973-1662. Applications
packet must be received by September 1,
2006. EOE
Help Wanted Badcock Home Furniture &
More. Warehouse Delivery person. Good
license must be 21. Apply in.person.

8 Company Drivers Needed
Home Every Weekend
'80% Drop & Hook
Sign On Bonus
Health & Dental
Paid Vacation
Rider Program
Shoreline Transportation
Court Operations Manager
The Court Operations Manager is
responsible for responsible lor assisting
the Trial Court Admminisrator in the
organization, development, and,,
implementation of court programs and
service such as budget development,
.personnel administration,' purchasing
facility management, alternative
sanctions, family court court reporting and
jury management Graduation from an
accredited four year college or university
with major course work in .judicial
administration public administration.,
business administration, criminology or a
related science Must have knowledge of
the Florida State Courts system Appellate
'or Trial Court process and the criminal
justice system For further information
Svisi www ficourts org and
www.jud3 ficourts org Submit resume
w/State of Florida application o10. Jacquetta
SBradley, Human Resources Manager
PO Box 1569
Lake City FL32056
ADA ComphanU/EOE
"8/23-9/8TJC .

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

Court Law Clerk is responsible for
providing legal advice pursuant to family
law statues, rules and case law.
Graduation from an accredited law school
and membership in the Florida Bar. Law
school graduates awaiting the Florida Bar
results or anticipating taking the Florida
Bar Exam are encouraged to apply. If the
selected applicant is not a member of the
Florida Bar at the time of hire, he/she will
be expected to attain membership in the
Florida Bar within one year from the date of
hire. Must have knowledge of legal
principles, statutory and case law, court
rules and procedures. For further
information, visit wwwflcourts.org and
www.jud3.flcourts.org. Closing date will be
September 1,2006.
Submit resume w/State of Florida
application to:
Jacquetta Bradley, Human Resources
P.O. Box 1569
LakeCity, FL 32056
ADA Compliant/EOE
Check Station Positions Available The
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission is hiring personnel for
seasonal work at check stations during the
upcoming archery and general gun hunting
seasons. Positions available in Taylor
County. Pays $6.40 per hour. Positions
begin September 23, 2006. For details call
(850) 838-9016, or stop by the Big Bend
Field Office at 663 Plantation Rd. in Perry.
Aucilla Christian Academy is currently
accepting applications fora, bus drier
position. Must have (or be willing to obtain)
a 'CDL class B with P and S
endorsements. Also, must be a positive,
Christian role model. For more information
or to apply, please'contact the school at
Experienced HVAC/R service technicians
with a -minimum of 5 yrs experience.
starting wages $14-16/hr. Call 850-584-
Driver Dedicated Regional
Home EVERY Wkend
Avg. $825 $1025/wk
65o preloaded/prelarped
Jacksonville FL Terminal
CDL-A req-d 877-428-5627


For Sale 25, Century Boat $3500 Call 838-
2003 Carolina Skiff, 17 ft' DLX model; 50
hp, galv. trailer, extra clean, $7,500. Call,
Chris 850-838-3736 or 850-843-2322.
, 8/18-8/23
Sailboat 25 ft Huntier 7 5 Honda O/B 4
sails head & stove sleeps 4 Bimini $4000
or trades 850-584-3178
For sale: 1992 14' Lancer with 2005 25HP
Nissan, manual start galvanized trailer,
f.2800 Call 838-1522 after 5pm.

4x8 Folding trailer 5 yrs old 1.8 in wood-
sides spare 850-584-3178 $300
FOR SALE 2005 Toyota 4-runner,
limited,.4-,d, garnet, AC, PS/PW, dual-pwr
seats, pwr door locks, tilt wheel, cruise
control, 4 wheel ABS traction control,
privacy glass, running boards" alloy
wheels towing package, multi compact
diSc, saddle leather' pwr sun roof, roof
rack spoiler seminole pkg trim. Only 13k
miles, excellent condition $39, 988 New.
asking $33.500 ($1000 below retail) Call
584-9882, 584.0635 or 843-1577
8/11-8/31' ... .



Dries in 3-4 hours


Liner Repair & Replacement

SWeekly Cleaning
Dan & Martha Rewis

4 850-584-6512


MEA 3' Wide
ROOFING Galvalurme

Full line of 3'Wide
accessories in stock Painted.

Special Flashings Made All Types Warranted Metal Available
Curto your desired lengths Delivery Service Available
Call Toll-Free 888-393-0335 1352-498-0778 Horseshoe Beach, Fl.


Automobiles for sale. Cars and trucks.
Call Billy at 578-2687 for more information
and price.
1951 Ford F-150 pickup Flathead V-8 3
spd, runs 90% original $3,800 call 584-
4622(w) leave message.
2002 Yamaha Raptor 90cc needs battery &
valves adjusted. New rear tires & rims.
$1200 $3400 New. Call 584-4622(w)
leave message.
Motorcycle '05' Yamaha FZ-6 only 600 mi.
like new $5500. 850-584-7080.
Motorcycle For Sale '95' Honda Goldwing
1500 SE Loaded, 10.5K miles, Garage
kept. excellent condition. 584-4392.

5.0, 4x4, automatic, excellent
condition, very well maintained,
excellent interior, cold A/C, tilt,
cruise, power windows & locks,
tow package, new metallic blue
paint, new 12.50x15 AT tires on
12" MT aluminum rims (only 400
miles on these), tinted windows,
112,000 original miles.
$59000 OBO
584-6678, 584-8563
or 1-352-356-0268
1984 Chevy S10 pickup, V6, 4 spd, runs
great $600. 850-371-2392 Glenn.
1997 Chevrolet 4x4, LT package, 178,000
miles and is in .ood condition Four new.
tires less than a month Old $7 900. Call
584-8676. after 7:00 rp.m. or leave.
Detroit 8V71 in frame kit split piston
Engine stand for Ibl I3u--s all for $i000
Wili Dei 850584-3178.
. 8/18-8/25
2002 VW Beetle 1.8 liter Turbo Sport; 83K
miles;'5-spd; black; heated leather seats,
pwr doors/windows, sun roof, sport
suspension all-wheel disc brakes, 17"
alloy wheels new "LeBra" & fitted dash
cover 30 MPG $8,500 850-584-8497 or
1985-AMC 4 wheel drive 258 in line 6
automat,,: cold air floorshifter bucket,
seats $1200 OBO Bud Chute 850-843-'
0127 www.motorvationsfl.com

New baby allergic to cats. have 2 free to a
good home, 1 gray female spayed approx.
3 years, I black male approx, 1 1/2 years
old, both box trained indoor/outdoor cats.
578-21,51 ask for Regina
/18-8,30 .
Beagle puppies for sale $100 each Call
584-2615 ,. .
8/ii1 -96
Yorkle Male Puppy Sooo Cyle Adorable
sweet & loving 10-week old male Yorkie
$700 584-9882 or 584-0635
8/23-8/25 ,

Someone to share carpool to Tallahassee,
vicinity of DOE bldg. Monday through.
Friday Call 838-6309
Wanted 1 972 and older cars from pieces
to whole cars AND Dodge Caravans,
SPymouth Voyagers and Chrysler Town
and Country vans. Call Bud at 843-0127.
State Certified Scales
S108-1/03 .

Free pickup of junk cars/ trucks, farm -
equipment and abandoned or unwanted
vehicles. Top cash on all that run. Call,
7,I14 .10/-4

Randy Hathcock
Cell 843-2687

J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care,,
Licensed and insured. Free estimates. We
also grind stumps. Call today 838-1280.
Firewood for sale.

A 2 Z Farm and Lawn Services
Harrowing, bush hog mowing, dirt leveling,
rake work and complete lawn services.
Tree trimming/ removal, dump truck
services. Call 584-6737.
Free Estimates, Bucket Truck Available,
branches trimmed. Licensed & Insured.
Call John (Sesock), (850) 584-2027 or
(850) 591-8301.
Brenda'&Teena's House Cleaning & Lawn.
Mowing. Residential & Business. For
Free Estimate call 850-223-2477.
LLC, Jeff Wilson Tile installation, Tile
repair, re-grout, concrete coating. Call 838-
Installation and repairs done at a good
price. No overhead. Direct savings to you.
.30 years experience. 850-838-9050.
Please leave message.

Bush Hog'Mowing, Dozer Work, Rake
Work, Land Clearing, Free Estimates. Call
(850) 843-2187.,
Ironing in my home, very reasonable
prices. Live in town, you drop off and pick-
up. 850-584-5795 if no answer leave
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The. Taylor County Board
Commissioners is soliciting
acreageand proposals for: construction
ge, Hodges .Parkr Site Improveme
awn mower;. Qualified firms or Individuals
rk call-Gary ,,i,:.;.-ide the required pr
:.' i i must submit five i5)
S In a sealed envelope
package marked iSealea F
Hodges Park Improvemen
Clerk oftCourt, 1st Floor Cour
North Jefferson Street, Suite
Florida 32347 or 'P.O. Box -
ponsrble for Florida 32348, to arrive notiate
P.M., local time,, on Septemib
alSh or any All Proposols MUSTt h
live Augusl respondent's name an. miii
clearly shown on ine ourij
envelope c.i package .*/nen
:_ .Proposals .*..,ii e ope
resi,.-,r.aerit; anin.:.urce o: r
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| ,pract.iol. .:.n eon-rer.,tem r 19.
Ta.vlo couitrv damlnisirarlve
S201 Eo: Greer.' Street. Pie
-"-P ;nrf-rn',ai..~ri .IlJST be obt
,iir, ri, -r,,e C i ri. ,:,1 ,.'-,urT, I t. Floo r C
"08 tl:.rih J'effrr.on, Street.
or 10f /.. F-erri, ,:. ,3. .'.o -7 'SCr 6838.
ring on the O r,.rn.rerurdaoie fee
i of .sid. The' County, reserves the right
be nela ad and absolute discretion, to re
Ce p'jUbiic i, all Proposals, to candel or wi
.re r, ri'. solicitation at any time and
ic neoiiin- Irregularities In the RFP cri,,
iriisrioi. County reserves the right toa
ing ro.:.im contract to the responded
C.Pv r, deems to offer the best over
1aon, ir, -therefore, the County Is not
award any contracts) bas
lowest quoted price. The Co
sole and absolute discre
reserves the right to waive
,NTED defects In the process and
the proposal'deemed to .
Countyis best Interest. The C
Dryers, sole and absolute discre
king or reserves, the right to assig
call and business preference in or,
356. five (5) percent of the oric.
3 pursuant to Taylor County ora
2003-12. No faxed Propos
S accepted.
Additional information may b
SEngineering Department
201 East Green Street
Perry, FL 32347.
(850) 838-3500
n 8/23,8/30

Notice Is hereby given to Pc
5014 Center Dr, Tallahassee
payment is made on Unit C.-3
householdgoods), contents
on the 30th day of ,Aug
Handy Rentdls Self Storage, 0Q
Park Dr., Perry, FL 32348.
8/16, 8/23

Notice is hereby given tc
Johnson, 110 Alice St. Pen
unless payment Is made o
.(Contents: hojehoid gooas
will be sold o:.n Ire 0oin day
.2006, at Hand ientai, Sell St
Industrial Par Or Perry, FL 323
8/16, 8/23

Gary Hathcock
Cell 843-1930 -

ig sealed COUNTY COMISSIONERS the holder of
)n of the -the following certificate has filed said
ints. certificate for a tax deed to be Issuedc
desiring to thereon. The certificate, number .and
ducts' or year, of. issuance, the description of the
):packages property, and the names In which it way
of 'imiior assessed are follows;
proposal for Certificate No. 417
itsi to the Year of issuance: 1999
those, 108 Description of, Property: :PARCEL NMo ,
102, Perry, R05480-000-26-04-07
620, Perry, LOT 5 of Block 4 of the J;H. Poarkef
er than 4:00 Subdivision, according ,to the Map or
er 19, 2006. Plot thereof, recorded In Plat Book 1 at,
ave the Page 35 of the Public Records of Tqylot
ng addraiess County, Florida.
iae or the Name in -whilh assessed Chemical
submitted Bank, as Trustee GCC Home.Equity TrusT
ned and ,1990-1
6 10 PM Sold property being Ji the County o:
ireaffer as Tavior State of Florida. -
21i06 In nme Unless such certificate shall bi
? Complex. reaeemed according to law, the .
rri, Florioa property described is such certificate
Shall be sold fo the highest bladei or the
alned from courthouse door on the liih day of
courthouse September. 2006 at 11 00 o'clock a.m. -
Sulle 102, Doled this 7rn day of August, 2006.
3506, for a Annie Mae Murphy ,
Clerk of Circuit Court
t, In its sole Taylor, County, Florida
3ject-any or 8/9, 8/16, 8/23, 8/30
thdraw this .
award any COUNTY COMISSIONERS the holder ofP
it which it the following certificate has filed sold
rall ervce certificate for-a tax deed to be issued
bound to thereon. The certificate number andc
ed oun the year of Issuance, the description of thd
nty, in "ts property, and the names In which If was
tion, also assessed are follows: I t
any mlnor Certificate No. 385 "
to accept Year of Issuance: 1999.
.be In the Description of Property: PARCEL No'-
unty, InIts R05277-000-26-04-07
tion, also The West one-half of lot 4 block 'D" of N;
in a local L. Smith Subdivision, According to the
amount of plot of record In the office of the cierl
o0501l olce of the circuit court of Taylor County-
nancrio Florida. .(Plot bOok No. 1 page 82)
als will be Name In which assessed Jerome EZ
,e obtained Steadman
e otaine Said property being In the County of
Taylor, State of Florlda,
Unless such certificate shall be-
redeemed according to Iaw;- ,the,
.- property described Is such certificate.
shall be sold to the highest bidder at the:
F COUNiTY courthouse door on the 11th day of:
ty, Florida September, 2006 at 11:00 o'clock a.m.
Dated this 7th day of August, 2006.
-,. .Annie Mae Murphy '-
S Clerk of Circuit Court -
Taylor, County, Floridao
oulFilrnidrei 8/16, 8/23, 8/30 ,
FL. unless
S2006at Notice Is hereby given to Monica Wright;
00 Indu"rial 1503 Bernard Johnson Rd.' Perry, Florida;
unless payment Is rmae on Unit B-23
(Contents: household goods), contents
,- will be sold on the 25th day of August ;
2006, at Handy Rentals Self Storage, 900
S. Industddrl Park Dr., Perry, FL 32348. :
S 8/16,;8/23- -

o Shareen Notice Is hereby given to Pierre R. Jones'
ry, Florida,". unless paymeAt is mde on 1995 NIssan:
ni Unlt-A-6. '. Pickup VIN# 1N6SD11S4SC371919 for:
c) onrernts towing service on 7/6/2006. Vehicle will:
ofat August. be auctioned on the 8th day of:
orage 900 September, 2006 at 10 am at Thomas:
348 Chevrolet 2128 Hwy 19 S., Perry, FL
-. 8/23 .


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C-4 The Taco Times August 23, 2006

At the Booking Desk

Editor's note: It is the policy of this
newspaper to run the names of all
those arrested and booked at the
Taylor County Jail. All those listed
below have been charged with a
crime, but are considered innocent
until proven guilty.
July 14:
Dominic Clushawn Hightower,
29, 114 South Warner Street,
VOP (forgery, uttering a forgery,
grand theft), Dep. Upshaw,
Jefferson L. Padgett Jr., 19,
1988 Hill Road, aggravated
battery, Dep. Cruse, TCSO.
Jerry Hill, 52, 105 E. Main
Street, possession of cocaine,
possession of drug paraphernalia,
Ptl. Kelly, PPD.
July 15:
Angela Black, 43, 1152 Kays
Road, grand theft, retail theft (4th
.offense), Ptl. Franklin, PPD.
Robin Cox, 41, 3577 Slaughter
Road, possession of cocaine,
possession of drug paraphernalia,
VOP for DUI, Ptl. Norris, PPD.
Michael Joseph Mason, 44,
1860 Ellison Gamble Road,
leaving the scene of an accident
with property damage, Ptl. Gray,
July 16:
Donnie Dean Carter, 46, 8th
Street, Carrabelle, DUI, Ptl.
Franklin, PPD.
Myra Angela Vincent, 31, 3657
Hwy. 221 North, retail theft, Ptl.
Franklin, PPD.
Deana Marion McKinnon, 33,
315 Puckett Road, disorderly
intoxication, Sgt. Cruse. PPD.
Kenneth Matthew Braswell, 29,
4324 NW 221, Greenville,
DWLS/R (knowingly), Ptl. Kelly,
Brian McCroan, 33, 820
Maderia Circle, Tallahassee, child
support, Dep. Cruse, TCSO.
July 17:
-Mite Lorenzia Buzbee, 21,
12346 Spring Warrior, VOP for
grand theft III, Off. Gorby, DOC.
Amber Katrina Thomley, 24,
1607 South Dixie Hwy., DWLS
(knowingly), Ptl. Norris, PPD.
Kevin Jackson, '25, 5221
Richard Sadler Road, DUI, Trp.
Leohner, FHP.
July 18:
.Joy Deanna Mosley, 20, 1415
Quiail Street, FTA for disorderly
conduct, Ptl. Curry, PPD.
-Jana Wade Baumgardner, 21,
'900 E. Paige Street, VOP fo6r
uttering a forgery, Dep.
Hcrehbergcr. TCSO. '
-Sonia Roxann Oglesby, 27,
20244 South Jody Morgan Grade,
.grand theft auto, battery on a law
.enforcement officer, criminal
mischief, fleeing or eluding an
officer, resisting violence with
violence, Ptl. Campbell, PPD.
: .Johnathan Millender 25, 2309
A. Young Road, VOP, Cpt.
Johnson, TCSO.
.--Crystal Darnell Jackson, 21,
.5.01 Wes't Drew. Street, VOP
(battery, trespass of an occupied

structure), Dep. Hawkins, TCSO.
Michael Wayne Mims, 20,
3460 Harrison Blue Road, VOP
warrant (possession of less than
20 grams cannabis, possession of
drug paraphernalia), Dep.
Hershberger, TCSO.
July 20:
Kaci B. Faircloth, 25, 5710
Hwy. 221, VOP (driving while
license suspended, giving a false
name), Dep. Bowden, TCSO.
Elizabeth Severe, 47, 2344 Gas
Plant Road, DWLS (knowingly),
Ptl. Deeson, PPD.
Kit Thomas Mitchum, 57, 727
Morgan's Ridge Drive, Monroe,
Ga., operating an unregistered
vehicle, no valid drivers license,
Dep. Cruse, TCSO.

July 21:
Misty Lynn Chasteen, 39, 136
Northeastern First Street,
Steinhatchee, simple battery, Dep.
Hayden, TCSO.
Eddie Ridgeway, 25, 919 Ash
Street, DWLS/R, possession of
less than 20 grams of cannabis,
Ptl. Kelly, PPD.
David Allen Lax, 44, 3429
Mester Drive Zephyrhills, passing
worthless checks, Dep.
Hershberger, TCSO.
Jacquelyn Denise Sneed, 45,
1206 Main Street, loitering or
prowling, disorderly conduct, Ptl.
Kelly, PPD.
July 23:
Robert Karlois Rapa, 42, 538,
NE 460 Farnell Road, Cross City,
DWLS (habitual), possession of
methamphetamine, possession of
marijuana, refusal to submit to
breath test, VOP (discharging a
firearm from a vehicle), Trp.
Lundy, FHP.
July 24:
Timothy M. Simpson, 44,
1838 Veronica Shoemaker, Ft,.
Myers, child support, Dep.
Hayden, TCSO.
David Hudson, 36, 5897
Freeman Road, VOP (possession
of a firearm by a convicted felon,
aggravated assault with a deadly
weapon), Off. Livingston, DOC.
Patti Rose Driggers, 46, 538
NE 460 .Farnell Road, Cross City,
possession of methamphetamine,
possession of marijuana, Trp.
Lundy, FHP,
David Alan Lowe, 43, 300
Military Avenue, Slidell, La.,
FTA (possession of a firearm by a
convicted felon, attached tag not
assigned, no motor vehicle
registration), possession of
marijuana, DWLS/R (knowingly),
Dep. Hawkins, TCSO.
Wayne Scott Speakman, 47,
60193 Nina Drive, LaCombe, La.,
possession of less than 20 grams.
cannabis, Ptl. Norris, PPD.

July 25:
Sherika Vontez Maxwell, 22,
808 South Byron Butler Parkway,
VOP (possession of cocaine), Ptl.
Norris, PPD.

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