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Perry Newspapers
Place of Publication: Perry, Fla
Publication Date: September 17, 2008
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Two sections
47th Year, No. 38

Near Hagen's Cove

Live flare prompts lockdown

Pet friendly
Today would be a good day to adopt
a pet--just ask this friendly Border
Collie mix looking for a new home. The
young dog is one of several animals
available at the Taylor County Animal
Control Shelter. For more of today's
featured pets, please see page B-6.

Taylor County 4-H Horse
Club hosts 'meet & greet'
All youth ages 8-18 are invited to
the 2008 Taylor County 4-H Horse
Club "Meet and Greet" on Thursday,
Sept. 18, at Forest Capital Hall,
starting at 6 p.m.
Dinner will be served so please
come, meet any new members and
see what is in store for the 2008 4-H
year, organizers said. "There are many
fun activities planned for this
upcoming year. Whether you do or do
not have a horse, if you have an
interest and love to learn more about
horses, please join us."
The club will meet twice a month,
and hold a monthly clinic. For more
information, call 838-3508.

Soil & Water Board
outlines annual plan
The Taylor County Soil and Water
Conservation Board of Supervisors
will establish an annual plan during its
regular meeting Monday, Sept 22, at
the Hampton Inn conference room.
)- Regular business will be conducted
from 3-3:30 p.m.; annual plan work will
be from 3:30-5:30 p.m.
All candidates for seats on the
board are invited, as are members of
the public who want to work with the
board to carry out a 2009
conservation plan for Taylor County.
Teachers, home-school parents and
4-H leaders are encouraged to bring
ideas for educating the next
generation of Taylor County citizens.
Please call 584-4329 for more

Have a question for a
The Big Bend Republican Women's
Network is hosting a Voter Education
Forum Thursday, Oct. 9, and wants
your input.
Local candidates will answer
questions submitted (in advance) by
audience members. Questions may be
e-mailed to bbrwn@fairpoint.net or
mailed to P.O. Box 331, Perry, FL
The meeting will be held at the city
council meeting room, starting at
6 p.m. The deadline to submit
questions for candidates is Sept. 26.

Donations sought
Donations are currently being
accepted to help construct a new
handicap-accessible bathroom for a
local resident who is confined to a
wheelchair. Vicki Lyles is battling
diabetes and has already lost both
legs to the disease.
Anyone wishing to make a donation
may contact Citizens State Bank of
Perry where an account has been
opened under the name of "Vicki
Lyles-Love Offering."


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A U.S. Air Force bomb disposal
unit was called in Friday after a
local resident found a device with
military markings near Hagen's
According to Taylor County
Sheriffs Office Capt. Audie
Towles, the device was identified
by the Air Force team to be a live

PPD looks

to re-ignite

cold cases

In some cases, the deaths were
stunning in the level of brutality
inflicted on -the victims. In others,
questions outnumber leads and
The common factor in each is
the family left behind to wonder
what happened to a loved one.
The Perry Police Department is
re-examining four unsolved
murders that stretch back to 1988,
along with a fifth "undetermined
death" and a missing person report
that remains open to this day.
The most recent case involves
the death of Chavorski Burney,
who was found murdered May 28,
2006, in a vehicle parked behind
the Temple of God Church on
Sandra Street. He was 23.
According to reports, police
officers were sent to the scene
around 8:45 on a Sunday morning
following a report from a neighbor
that a man had been found lying
across the front seat of a white
four-door car.
Pti. Brian Curry was first to
arrive along with Sgt. Gene
Franklin. Both officers were able
to determine that the victim was
not breathing and was, in fact,
"cold to the touch."
The reporting witness told
officers that he was walking his
dog when he came upon the man
in the car. The witness stated that
he called out to the victim, but got
no response. At that point, he had
another resident call police.
"We are asking anyone who has
information on this shooting to
come please come forward. You
can call the police department or
CrimeStoppers (888-876-TIPS).
All callers can remain
". Please see page 2

phosphorous flare.
The flare was most likely used
during exercises over the Gulf of
Mexico and failed to ignite, falling
to the water, Towles said. The
higher than normal tides
experienced during Tropical Storm
Fay last month then washed the
device onshore.

Local law enforcement officers
were notified of the find, and,
assisted by Taylor County
Fire/Rescue and Taylor County
Emergency Management, they
quickly cordoned off the area
around the device and contacted
the Air Force.
Towles said whenever they

receive a report of military
devices, they always assume it
could be live ordnance and act
The bomb disposal unit from
Moody Air Force Base
arrived Friday afternoon and
removed the device without

Towles offered a warning to area
"Anytime somebody finds
military-type ordnance, do not
touch it and call local law
enforcement as soon as possible,"
he said.
"It could be live or could cause
chemical burns."

Fiery crash
Alcohol appears to have been a contributing factor in a fiery crash Tuesday on Beach Road. The driver of this 2000 Lincoln Town Car sustained only minor injuries.
Sonia B. Oglesby, 30, was taken to Doctors' Memorial Hospital for treatment. She was traveling north on C R. 861 (Beach'Road) when she lost control attempting to
negotiate a curve. The vehicle traveled across both lanas of traffic and strucK a culvert. The car's gas tank ruptured, setting off a fire that completely.engulfed the vehicle.
Charge are pending toxicology results. Above, Florida Highway Patrol Trooper William Ernst examines the wreckage.

Aerial spray obliterates mosquitoes

The recent invasion of
mosquitoes in Taylor County has
been curbed significantly after the
state sprayed more than 97,000
acres from the air last week to clear
the area of most of the biting
The only hitch in the program
was that the public information
officer for the Florida Department
of Agriculture and Consumer
Services' Bureau of Entomology &
Pest Control used an outdated
contact list for Taylor County.
Thus, local officials were unaware

the state would be spraying last
week (Wednesday and Thursday
evenings) until it was already'
While no one reported the flights
over the south end of the county
Wednesday night, Thursday
evening's fly-overs around Perry
resulted in dozens of calls to law
enforcement from concerned
According to Capt. Audie
Towles with the Taylor County
Sheriffs Office, more than 20
residents called Thursday night


about "low-flying planes."
In an attempt to learn where the
plane originated, TCSO contacted
Moody Air Force Base to see if the
* military was conducting operations
here. As it turned out, the base was
conducting operations nearby, but
only at high altitudes, Towles said.
It was not until late Friday
morning that local officials were
able to confirm that the planes
were part of the state's mosquito
spraying efforts.
County Director of
Environmental Services John said

Tuesday thatdespite the mix-up in
communications, he is very
relieved the state did the aerial
The county had been working
with state officials to authorize the
spraying since Tropical Storm Fay
dropped more than 18 inches of
rain on the area last month.
"I'm just pleased we got it done,"
Singer said. "The (mosquito)
counts are down significantly. The
number of service calls are down
"* Please see page 2

in the Pines

Festival benefits March of Dimes

Timberland Ford has purchased the first 100 tickets
available for the upcoming Pickin' in the Pines Bluegrass
Festival and has donated them back to the community. Tickets
are available at the chamber and at Timberland Ford (limit
two per person). Timberland's Brett Falicon, right,
presented the tickets to Chamber Director Dawn Taylor

It's bluegrass season again as
Taylor County prepares for its third
annual Pickin' in the Pines
Bluegrass Festival to benefit- the
March of Dimes.
The two-day festival, with
headliner Valerie Smith & Liberty
Pike, will be held at Forest Capital
State Park Friday and Saturday,
Sept. 26-27.
The event will feature a line-up
that includes Valerie Smith &
Liberty Pike, Ernie Evans &
Southern Lite, New Grass
Generation, Pure & Simple, Even
Money, Sawgrass Band, Calliope
Band and the Tallahassee Fiddlers.
Music begins at 6 p.m. Friday
and runs through 10 p.m., picking
up at 11 a.m. on Saturday and
continuing through 10 p.m.
In addition to the band, the
festival will also feature music
workshops for all ages and
experience levels.
For the kids, there will be face
painting, and art and craft vendors
will be selling a variety of items
including airbrushed t-shirts,
children's books, clothes made
from vintage linens, birdhouses,
windchimes, candles, bird feeders,
oil paintings, watercolors,
handbags, jewerly and more. ..
Food vendors will also be selling
their wares offering festival
favorites such as BBQ chicken and
pork, shaved ice, hot dogs and

Weekend passes are $10, with all *
proceeds benefiting the Taylor
County March of Dimes' March
for Babies campaign.
The annual March for Babies
event (formerly known as
.WalkAmerica) will be held
Saturday morning as area teams
gather to walk to raise additional
funds for the campaign.

The teams will also have tables
selling various items throughout
the festival to benefit the March of
Now in their 10th year,
headliners Valerie Smith & Liberty
Pike play more than 175 dates per
year. ,
The band consists of Smith as
lead singer and band leader, Becky
Buller on vocals, fiddle,
clawhammer banjo, guitar and as a
principal songwriter in the group,
Bobby Davis on bass and fiddle,
Chad Graves on Resophonic guitar
*and vocals, and Eric Lambert on

guitar and mandolin.
Smith got into music at an early
age, singing rousing Baptist hymns
in church, and later began to
accompany her parents to play her
fiddle and sing with local country
and bluegrass musicians in her
hometown of Holt, Mo., and the
surrounding area.
Later, a strong desire to learn
more and to teach others prompted
Smith to attend the University of
Missouri Conservatory of Music in
Kansas City, Mo., where she
received her B.A. in vocal music
education. While attending
school, Smith met her future
husband, Kraig Smith, and the
couple moved to Nashville, Tenn.,
shortly after they were married.
There, she formed" the acoustic
country group "Fresh Cactus" and
played extensively in Nashville
while honing her songwriting and
performance skills. Then Smith
met Nashville entrepreneur J.
Gregory Heinike, owner of the
Bell Buckle Caf6. Smith, Heinike
and Kraig Smith founded Bell
Buckle Records and Valerie
recorded her first highly acclaimed
CD, "Patchwork Heart" and
formed her band, Liberty Pike.
For more information about the
Pickin' in the Pines Bluegrass for
Babies Festival, contact the Perry-
Taylor County Chamber of
Commerce at 584-5366.


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Friends welcome White,
Anthony White (left), author of "The Pages We Forget" and "Our First Love"
under the penname Anthony Lamarr, was guest speaker at the Friends of the
Taylor County Public Library's meeting last month. White spoke about what led him
to write his books, as well as the process it took to get them published.The Friends
will meet Monday, Sept. 29, at 5:30 p.m. at the library with guest speaker Joe
Akerman Jr.

NOAA weather sheets

available at chamber
The Perry-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce has announced that it
'has copies of the 2008 NOAA Extreme Weather Information Sheets
"This outreach product is produced each year for severe weather and
Hurricane season. It's intended to provide residents in the coastal
communities with a 'one stop' ready reference containing important
:contact phone numbers and internet web sites for emergency information
: in the state and local area," Director Dawn Taylor said.
The sheets were provided to the chamber by the NOAA National
;Coastal Data Development Center. Each copy of the NEWIS is laminated
, and waterproof, and is suited for reference in the home, in an automobile
or in a boat. Since points of contact for various agencies change from year
:to year, all contacts, phone numbers and websites listed on the NEWIS are
:! :verified on a yearly basis.
"Please come by and get your free copy of the NEWIS sheets to have in
' case of hurricanes or severe weather. They are provided to our chamber
:free of charge by NOAA. This is an important and handy resource for
z emergency information, get yours today while supplies last," she said.

IEvidence from cold cases

being re-submitted to FDLE
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4Continued from page 1
5anonymous--we just want your
0 information," Det. Dwight Norris
a Other cold cases being re-
|examined include the search for
Patricia Knight, who was reported
. missing on Jan. 23, 2006, as well
Sas the investigation into the death
of Pearl Williams, whose body was
Siiscovered on Sept. 15, 1999, at a
lump site off Schwartz Street.
Evidence is also being re-
Submitted to the Florida
-pepartment of Law Enforcement
!relating to the murders Genevieve
Severance who was discovered in
a motel room April 17, 1999; the

'Worst mosquito
.counts seen in

past eight years'
|Continued from page 1
Prior to the spraying, Singer
,said his office was receiving more
Than 100 calls a day from residents
complaining about mosquitoes.
On Monday, he received three.
"It was the worst I'd seen in the
'eight years I've been here," Singer
,said. "That's what happens when
?you get 18 inches of rain."
I, The state sprayed more than
97,000 acres, including 69,000
*acres in and around Perry, 17,000
acres around the beaches area and
.l 1,000 acres around Steinhatchee.

Community news to
share? Call 584-5513

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A Missouri man escaped serious
injury after being ejected from his
motorcycle in a crash caused when
a bee flew up his pants leg.
Oliver Ernest Martin Jr., 57, of
House Springs, Mo., told officers
with the Florida Highway Patrol
that he became distracted when the
bee flew up his pants leg and this
caused him to lose control of his
2006 Yamaha motorcycle.
The bike overturned onto its
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the eastbound lane of traffic on
U.S. 98 West.
The crash occurred around
11:20 a.m. on Sept. 11, just west of
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The Taylor County Sheriffs
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scene. Trooper Allen Kennard was
the investigating officer; no
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Harmon, Albanese to

marry on October 11

Everett Bach and Toni Bach of Perry announce the engagement of their
daughter, Janet Bach Harmon, to Marty Albanese of Interlachen, the son
of the late Martin and Rosemary Albanese.
The bride-to-be is employed with RDS Manufacturing, Inc., in Perry.
The prospective groom is employed with Alachua County.
.An Oct. 11, 2008, wedding will be held at 2 p.m. in Crosspoint Baptist
Fellowship, located at 920 Courtney Road.
All friends and relatives of the couple are cordially invited to attend.

New Arrival

Caleb Xavier Smith
Henry and Tammi Smith III announce the birth of their son, Caleb
Xavier, on Sept. 1, 2008, at 2:32 p.m. He weighed 5 pounds, 15 ounces,
and was 19.5 inches long.
Proud grandparents include Monica and Henry Smith Jr., and Jonna and
Lewis Pate.
Caleb Xavier was welcomed home by his brother, Lucian Smith.

Flowers celebrates first birthday today
Zy'Mya A'Karia Flowers, the Flowers, will join in the
daughter of Khalilah King and celebration.

Marty Albanese, Janet Bach Harmon

Ashley Laura Wambolt, John L. Crowley

Wambolt, Crowley to

marry at First Baptist

Wes and Robin Blue, and Gary and Rebecca Wambolt, announce the
engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Ashley Laura
Wambolt, to John L. Crowley, the son of Dale and Donna Rowell, Mark
Crowley and Dr. Donna Schippers.
Maternal grandparents of the bride-to-be are R.V. and Louise Hunter,
and Lavelle and Mary Denmark. Paternal grandparents of the bride-to-be
are the late Leo and Marvine Wambolt.
Miss Wambolt is a 2004 graduate of Taylor County High School. She
earned her Bachelor of Science degree in nursing, graduating Mnagna cum
laude from Florida State University in 2008. She is currently employed
as a Registered Nurse at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital Emergency
The groom-to-be is a 2006 graduate of Taylor County High School. He
graduated from Lively Technical Center in 2008 with certification in air
cndiiioriin,2 and heating technology. He is currently employed with
Comfort Systems USA Southeast at Buckeye, Florida, in Perry.
The wedding will be held at First Baptist Church of Perry on Nov. 8,
)- 2008. A reception and dance will be held at the Perry Elks Lodge
immediately following the ceremony. Formal invitations will be issued.
Following a honeymoon to Jamaica, the couple will reside in

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The wedding will be held at the home of Brenda and Bill
) Marchant (located behind Jena Pentecostal Holiness Church)
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First Baptist Church of Jena.
A reception wi.l be held immediately.following the
) wedding at the Steinhatchee Community Center.
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Katherine Glover. Her siblings,
Desmond Rivers and Kobe

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This morning, September 11 2008, I
watched the replay of the madry news shots
of the 2001 attack on the, World Trade Center.
I consider that day to be a major turning point
in, not only our nation, but in the history of the
world. It was like the starting gun of the final
race. It awakened everyone toi the reality of
the existence of negative, destructive forces
that despise the very concept of Peace, and
Personal Freedom: I
The names of groups of radical
Muslims, such as Al Quaeda, and Taliban
suddenly became all too familiar. The similar
organizations around the world in Asia, the
Philippines, and Africa let their' presence be
known also. ,. '
These people operate urder a 'facade&
of distorted religious beliefs; beliefs that
are totally foreign to true Mus im believers.
In Russia we have a sirhmering cauldron of
hatred and malice that doesn't even pretend
these days to be fostering .any type of
ideology as an excuse for their belligerence
and disregard for the rights of others. Power
and dominance over their neighbors is their
only motive.
China. China has awakened to the fact
that a pretense of reform serves its purposes
better than the old iard line communism.
Trade with the other members of the world
community have helped ease its economic
problems, and improved'its image.
Don't be foolec. These are some of
the major team members in the Force of
Negativity that exists in our world today.
These are ones who are organized to various
degrees, and let their presence be known.
Others, just as dangerous in their own
way, are much less wi ling to reveal their
existence and must be ferreted out like
rodents robbing and spoiling your winter
supply of food stuffs. These are the CEO's
and CFO's of organizat ons who steal and
embezzle from the very people who trusted
them for their financial security. These are
the politicians ,who take bribes and spend
tax payers moqey on useless projects just to
satisfy their own personal agendas.
The negative forces are at work at all
levels; from the seekers of world domination
down to the sneak th ef skulking in the
shadows of your street. I meant to mention in
the beginning that I consider there to be just
three basic types of people walking around
on Planet Ear h. I have already described
one of these above, those who follow the
negative, destructive pat i of life.
Another even larger group, one with
which we are all quite familiar, is composed
of those people who are so engrossed in
the narrow focus of their own lives that they
are completely unaware of or disinterested
in the larger issues. It could be that the
current generation has been completely de-
sensitized to the- significance of the turmoil
and confusion that surrounds them today.
Do they stop tp po der the indications
of global warming, the seismic activity that
is literally causing Moth r Earth to quiver?
There are so many ch nges taking place
during this last few decades that I guess
many young people just accept it as normal.
I am completing eight decades, and
I can tell you, this is a different world from
the one I knew as a young man. It's a more
mature world, a more exciting world, a world

of infinite possibilities for those who have
eyes to see.
Now we come to the third group of
citizens with which I am familiar. They are
a small but growing minority. They are the
ones who have gained sufficient wisdom
that they are capable of lifting their level of
awareness above the common place and
discern a Positive, Creative Force quietly at
work. These are the ones who realize that
these are the times in which those who do
discern The Force at work must get their own
houses in order, and seek out the fellowship
of kindred souls. It's time to put those things
behind us that do not contribute to our self
respect and sense of well being...
It's time to gather up our strength to be
the best person we can be. When we can
do this we will be able to deal with whatever
confronts us in the coming days. This is a
critical time in this country politically with the
presidential election just around the corner.
Critical in the sense that millions of people
are so emotionally involved, and so much
energy is being expended.
There are some good and honest people
in politics, I know that, just as there are good
and honest people in big business and the
military. However, politicians, big business,
the military nor any other such group is going
to right the wrongs of the world or lead Planet
Earth into an Age of Enlightenment. The
great awakening is occurring in the lives of
individuals, individuals who feel the presence
of something stirring within that encourages
them to lift their sights higher, to be that which
they hold as their ideal.
The most. valuable possession a
person can have is a clear conscience. Your
conscience is a reflection of how closely
your thoughts and actions coincide with
your own values, ideals and standards.
The degree of inner peace and self
acceptance which we enjoy is a direct result
of our awareness of this reflection. It must
be understood that all people do not share
a similar conscience. The superficial aspects
of conscience are influenced by our cultural
upbringing, family, church, school, friends.
These can determine what you consider
to be appropriate or inappropriate behavior.
As we mature and grow in wisdom, our
conscience is gradually refined and we discard
some limiting beliefs of our adolescence
and acquire new and different values. The
essence of conscience is a wonderful
loving and wise being within each of us
yearning to be expressed.
Truly negative behaviors and attitudes
such as lying, stealing, cheating, hatred and
bitterness have no place in the life of anyone
who seeks to follow a path of Love, Peace,
and Harmony. They are never justified, and
will gnaw away at any sense of inner peace
and self-respect. We all need help at times in
remembering and doing just what we know
is right.
I am so happy to assure anyone who
doesn't know already, there is a wonderful
Loving, Enlightening, Encouraging Force at
work in our world today, in spite of outward
appearances. A Force that is only too eager
to guide and assist you in your struggle up
the path.
Just ask.
You are never alone.

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R e l iio n A-4 Taco Times September 17, 2008

Church celebrates 133rd anniversary

Traditional mullet, swamp cabbage to be served
Oakland Baptist Church will celebrate its 133rd Homecoming with
services Thursday, Sept. 18, and Friday, Sept. 19, beginning at 7
On Sunday, Homecoming services will get underway at 11:30 a.m.,
followed by dinner on the grounds. Everyone is invited to bring a basket
of side dishes/desserts to enjoy along with the traditional fried mullet and
swamp cabbage.
Oakland Church was established in 1875. It is located on Salt Road,
approximately 10 miles west on Highway 98.

Come for spaghetti tonight!
On the 100th anniversary of the Maguire State Mission Offering, the
Women's Missionary Union of Southside Baptist Church has set a goal for
this year of $600.
To help reach this goal, they will be hosting a spaghetti dinner fund-
raiser today, Sept. 17, from 6 until 7 p.m. in the fellowship hall of the
church. Each plate will include spaghetti and meat sauce, salad, garlic
bread, dessert and drink.
You may eat in or take out. For more information or to purchase tickets
contact the church office at 584-7633.

Revival underway at Temple of God
Revival services at Temple of God Baptist Church began Tuesday and
will continue through Friday with services at 7 nightly. Pastor Mark James
Wilkerson Sr. of Havana is the featured speaker.
This revival is a united effort by Temple of God, Sweet Home, and
Union Street churches. The community is cordially invited to attend.

Choir rehearsal, women's retreat announced
In preparation for a Women's Retreat this weekend, Antioch Missionary
Baptist Church invites all women in the community to gather for choir
rehearsal on Friday, Sept. 19, at 7 p.m.
The retreat, scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 20, will begin at 10 a.m. and
include lunch. Sunday will bring the Annual Women's Day service at the
church, which gets underway at 11 a.m.

Lakeside looks toward Homecoming
"Homecoming 55" will be held at Lakeside Baptist Church on Sunday,
Sept. 28, with Dr. Herman Rios as guest speaker. Special music will be
provided by Southland Quarter.
The church encourages you to make plans to attend.

On Saturday

Little St. John to host Women's Conference

A Day at a Time
I don't wish to know tomorrow,
for the trials of today are enough
to keep me busy here on life's
God in all his wisdom could
easily see, one day at a time was
enough for me. No need to be
anxious for what the future holds,
God must prepare you as each day
So Lord, I trust you, the future is
all Thine; just help me to live one
day at a time.
Antioch Missionary Baptist
Church will be celebrating its
Annual Women's Day Sunday,
Sept. 21, beginning with Sunday
School at 9:45 a.m. Worship
services will be at 11 a.m. A city-
wide invitation is extended. Choir
practice will be Thursday and
Friday nights at 7 p.m. Everyone is
welcome to come and help us
praise the the Lord.
Little St John M.B. Church,
where Robert M. Butler is pastor,
will be having its First Annual
Christian Women's Conference on
Saturday, Sept. 20, from 9 a.m. to 2

A 1Attend the
church of
your choice.

p.m. The theme will be "We are
More than Conquerors..."
Registration will begin at 9 a.m.
along with a prayer breakfast.
Guest speakers will be Dr. Linda
Fortenberry and Alisha Nelson.
Lunch will be served from 12 a.m.
to 1 p.m. followed by a fashion
show. Conference registration fee
is $20 and includes breakfast and
lunch. Maggie L. Butler is

Perry First

Assembly of
Pastor David Steohens "

chairperson and Barbara Plummer
is co-chair.
Mr. Johnnie Lee Pigford is in the
Perry nursing home. Let us say a
prayer for him and other sick and
shut-in at home, in nursing homes
and in hospitals.
Pray for schools, teachers,
students, boys and girls, as well as
those in the armed forces far and
near. Disobedient boys and girls:

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Morning Worship 11 OOAM
Evening Worship 6 00PM
Wed Family Dinner 5 30PM
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Deati andife

One man suffered great and unstandable pain for any human to bear. He was
beaten so badly that blood was gushing out of places on his body where the flesh had
been ripped off by whips and tools the soldiers used.
He had done absolutely nothing to deserve this pain and misery which He had
upon Him. He was mocked and made fun of by several, but not once did He mock in
return. He healed the blind, cured the sick, and even brought the dead back to life. How
could a man this caring and kind deserve such a punishment that He received?
However, this was no punishment to the One which created Jesus Christ, it was His
plan. Jesus was simply on a journey, a journey which would save us all. He came to this
earth facing trials and temptations that soon after we humans would have to face. He
was tempted in ways we would give in, in a heartbeat, but He did not. He died a painful
death on that rugged cross. For only one reason, you. Christ gave His life so that you
could be able to be forgiven for your sins. He suffered that unbearable pain so that we
could live eternal with Him in a place that is unimaginable, that it's so extraordinary.
When you look at a cross, it says a lot depending on what you believe, but why not
believe in the unseen? When I look at a cross I see a man giving his life in order for me
to have a life.
Jesus Christ's death gave us life. Charley E. Campbell ~
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A-5 Taco Times September 17, 2008

Bulldogs stomp hapless Jefferson 50-0

The Taylor County Bulldogs
rebounded from a season-opening
loss Friday night in Dorsett
Stadium, by winning a lopsided
50-0 fumble fest over Jefferson
County to even their record at 1-1
on the year.

The game was delayed 30
minutes due to a thunderstorm, but
fans still made it home on time
after officials went to a running
clock in the second half due to the
Bulldogs' commanding lead.
The game slowed to a snail's
pace several times due to injuries,
but both teams kept it exciting by
combining for what might be a
record 21 fumbles, 14 turnovers
and 17 penalties (in a game
shortened considerably by a
running clock!)
Despite playing without three
injured players, losing six of 11
fumbles, throwing an interception
and committing 9 penalties for 75
yards, the Bulldogs easily rolled
over the 0-2 Tigers by scoring 35
unanswered first half points and
tacking on a touchdown in each of
the final two shortened quarters.
The Dogs never had to attempt a
punt or a field goal.
The game featured plenty of
mistakes and several bone-

crushing hits, knocking three
players out of the game and
earning at least two a trip to the
hospital via ambulance.
Taylor out-gained the Tigers 298
to 12 in total yards, as Jefferson
was held to minus 52 yards rushing
in the second half, and the

Bulldogs scored five TDs rushing
and two more passing. The
Bulldogs had 10 first downs,
compared to only 5 by Jefferson.
Jefferson committed just as
many mistakes as the Bulldogs --
fumbling 10 times (losing six),
throwing an interception and
committing 8 penalties for 80
yards -- but the Tigers did not take
advantage of the miscues like
Taylor County did.
QB Quentin Tucker completed 2
of 5 passes for 73 yards with 2 TDs
and an interception, while picking
up 34 yards and two more TDs on
nine carries.
Senior tailback Bryckoski
Jackson led the ground game for
Taylor with 146 yards and 2 TDs
on 16 carries, despite logging only
one carry in the second half (a 9-
yard TD run).
Rkgge "Kihg p telp6tt' paVte' the"
way for Jackson with his blocking
and finished with 7 carries for 48
yards and a TD as the Bulldogs had

Members of the TCHS defense -- Calvin Bass (75), Wesley
Brandon (22) and Quentin Tucker (4) -- get ready for the
next play.

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28 total carries for 225 yards and 5
Tucker completed just two
passes, but they both went for
touchdowns, including a 53-yarder
to Chad Hill and a 20-yarder
caught by Reggie King.
Jefferson started off on the
wrong foot, with a punt snap
sailing over the punter's head for a
21-yard loss down to the Tigers'
own 24-yard line.
Taylor gave the ball right back,
as Tucker fumbled and recovered a
snap before making a bad option
pitch to Jackson that was recovered
by Jefferson after an 8-yard loss
and returned 21 yards to near
The Tigers were forced to punt
three plays later, and Jackson got
on a roll with an 18-yard run in
which he broke three tackles
followed up by a 7-yard run. King
ran for 5 yards before Tucker threw
up a jump ball that Hill pulled
away from a Tiger defender and
ran 53 yards for a TD.
A bad snap on the extra point
kick was picked up by Tucker, who
scrambled around and heaved a
pass to Jackson for a 2-point play
and an 8-0 lead. Junior offensive
lineman Eddie Weeks was injured
on the drive and was taken to the
hospital with a leg injury.
Big tackles by King and Taylor
Woods forced another Tiger punt
and another bad snap that mas
knocked .out of bounds after a 21-
yard loss.
The Bulldogs' ground game
continued to find success behind
the, rushing of Jackson and the
blocking of Cody Davis, Zach
Morris, Woods, Josh Wells, Kyle
Linton and King, but the drive
ended when Jackson lost a fumble
at the Tigers' 8-yard line on the
final play of the first quarter.
Jefferson fumbled the ball back
on the very next play at their own
5-yard line, and Jackson punched
the ball into the endzone one play
later to give the Bulldogs a 15-0
lead after Taylor Ratliff's extra
point kick.
A big hit by James Houston, a
tackle for loss by King, a huge 9-
yard sack by Johnathan Smith and
another tackle for loss by Jahbari
Bishop forced another Jefferson
punt, which was nearly blocked by
Jackson. Tucker returned the kick
30 yards down to the Tiger 12 yard
line and Tucker scored on a naked
bootleg on the next play to make
the score 22-0 after Ratliff's kick.
A long kickoff return gave the
Tigers good starting position and a
40-yard pass moved the ball to the
Taylor's 10-yard line, but a holding
penalty and two big plays by King
on defense stopped the drive and
forced a 30-yard field goal try that
was blocked.
Taylor took over on their own 33
and nearly fumbled the ball away
on first down when Tucker's pitch
bounced off Jackson, but was
recovered for a four-yard loss.
The Bulldogs saddled up
Jackson and rode the big senior for
five straight plays and 51 yards
before King capped the drive with
three straight runs and scored from
three yards out to make the score
The big plays continued on
defense for the Bulldogs, as Caleb
Murphy delivered a knock-out hit
on one of the Tigers' best players
(who was taken off the field on a
stretcher) on an incomplete pass.
Jarquis Ellis made a fantastic
interception on the very next play
to set up a pair of long runs (18 and
25) yards by Jackson running
behind Craig Tuten, Wesley
Brandon, Davis and Wells.
Tucker fumbled and recovered a
snap at the Tiger 18, but threw an
interception in the endzone on the
next play.
However, the Tigers gave the
ball right back with a fumble on
the next play and Tucker redeemed
himself with a 20-yard TD pass to
King, who broke two tackles and
hurdled another defender on his
way to the endzone.
Ratliff's kick gave the Bulldogs
a dominating 35-0 halftime lead.
Jefferson fumbled twice more in
the closing 30 seconds and lost the
second one as the half ended.
The miscues continued as the
second half began with Tucker
fumbling away the first snap of the
third quarter, but King forced a
fumble on a 20-yard sack the next
play and Brandon recovered
,'* Please see page 6

Bulldog quarterback Quentin Tucker hands off to runningback Bryckoski Jackson during
recent action at Dorsett Stadium.

Blount leads Ducks again

For the second straight week, game into overtime, then blasting carries, including four

Perry's LeGarrette Blount turned
some heads in the college football
world as he helped lead. No. 17
Oregon to a double overtime 32-26
win over Purdue.
Although playing a backup roll
to starter Jeremiah Johnson,
Blount came in to ignite the Ducks,
who were trailing 20-3, scoring a
touchdown on a five-yard plunge
in the fourth quarter to send the

in from two yards out in the second
overtime period to give the Ducks
the win.
For the game, the 6-3, 238-
pound junior rushed for 132 yards
on 12 carries, including a 72-yard
It was the second straight week
Blount has rushed for 132 yards.
He leads the Ducks in rushing this
season with 285 yards on 34

His yards-per-carry average is
8.4 yards.
"LeGarrette is a big back that
you are seeing get more, and more
comfortable in this offense," said
Oregon Coach Mike Bellotti in a
radio broadcast interview.
Oregon (3-0) entertains Boise
State this Saturday.


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Bulldogs to face 1-1 Santa Fe on Friday

Continued from page 5
another Tiger fumble for the
Bulldogs the following play after a

13-yard loss.
Taylor's next drive lasted two
plays before Tucker fumbled the
ball away on another bad option
pitch, but the Bulldog defense

pushed Jefferson backwards on all
three plays including a big sack
by Woods before forcing a 14-
yard punt.
Taylor got back on track with a

nice 5-play, 37-yard scoring drive
midway through the third quarter
thanks to a pair of nice QB option
keepers by Tucker for 14 yards and
King moved the Bulldogs 13 yards


Josephine A. McKuhen
Josephine A. McKuhen, 71, a
homemaker, died Sept. 13, 2008, at
her residence in Perry.
Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., she
moved to Perry from Hollywood
(Fla.) in 1990.
Survivors include: her husband
of 22 years, Earnest McKuhen of
Perry; a son, Nick Apollo of New
Jersey; one brother, James Milana
of Deltona; two sisters, Margie
Milana and Angie Day; and two
No services are planned at this
Joe P. Burns Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.

Mary Jane Dixon
Mary Jane Dixon, 73, died
Thursday, Sept. 11, 2008, at
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital.
A native and lifelong resident of
Taylor County, she was the
daughter of the late Luther L.
Sadler and the late former Emma
Helen Hunt.
Mrs. Dixon was a member of the
Elks Club and a past member of
the Burns Funeral Home Bowling
She was preceded in death by
her husband, J.C. Dixon; a son,

Louis Franklin DeVane; and a
step-daughter, Linda Maultsby.
Survivors include: her fiancee of
two years, Jon Philpott of
Tallahassee; one daughter, Mary
Patricia White of Perry; one step-
son, John Dixon of Jacksonville; a
brother, Laymon "Sonny" Sadler
of Perry; four sisters, Rosalyn
Green, Etsie Brock and Geneva
Reiser, all of Perry, and Emma
Brown of Middleburg; a sister-in-
law, Dona Everrett of Perry; five
grandchildren; two great
grandchildren; and a host of nieces
and nephews.
Funeral services w-re held on
Sunday, Sept. 14, at 2 p.m. at Joe P.
Burns Funeral Home with Jay
Black officiating. Interment
followed at Carlton Cemetery.
Family members received
friends Saturday from 6 to 8 p.m.
at Burns Funeral Home, which was
in charge of arrangements.

Shirley Lucille Ball
Shirley Lucille Ball, 75, a
homemaker, died Sept. 15, 2008, at
her residence in Perry.
Born in Live Oak, she had lived
most of her life in Perry. She was a
member of the Church of God.
She was preceded in death by

Pin IRonrl WniHia

hosting 10th annual .'F.
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The 10th annual Big Bend Caregiver's Retreat will be held Friday, Sept.
26, at St. Paul's United Methodist Church in Tallahassee.
All caregivers in the Big Bend areas are invited to attend. During the
retreat, the Sleuths Mystery Theater from Orlando will entertain the
"Caregivers face special problems, especially those taking care of
themselves while caring for loved ones," organizers said. "For this reason,
the retreats have been organized to give the caregivers a break, to let them
know that they are not forgotten and to provide a day of relaxation, fun and
companionship with others facing the same problems."
Sponsored by the Area Agency on Aging of North Florida and facilitated
by the Alzheimer's Project, Inc., the retreat will start at 11 a.m. and end at
3 p.m. A catered lunch will be served to all caregivers and respite care will
be provided.
Limited seating is available and the event is expected to fill up fast, so
caregivers are encouraged to call Lori at 850-386-2778.
Other hosts of the event are Home Instead Senior Care, Beltone Hearing
Center and Home Helpers. There is no charge to caregivers for the event.
The church is located 1700 N. Meridian Rd. in Tallahassee.

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bright even on bad days. You
heard God's whisper calling
you home, you didn't want to go and leave us alone. You loved
us so much, you held on tight, till all the strength was gone and
you could no longer fight.
He called your name twice before, you knew you couldn't
make Him wait anymore. So, you gave your hand to God and
slowly drifted away, knowing that with our love we will be
together again someday.

Happy Birthday, Mom
Sept. 18, 1931 Aug. 7, 2008
", Love forever,
SDennis, Lisa and Gina

her parents, Roy Dixon and Ollie
(Carmichael) Dixon, and her
husband, Thurman Ball.
Survivors include: one brother,
Thornton Dixon of Vidalia, Ga.; a
brother-in-law, James R. Jackson;
one sister, Verdie Dosal of
Tampa; and a host of nieces and
No services are planned at this
Joe P. Burns Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.

Suzy Foster
Suzy Foster, 54, died Sept. 10,
2008, at Shands Hospital in
Gainesville. She was born in
Newark, N.J., and had lived in
Perry most of her life. She was a
Baptist. Mrs. Foster was the
daughter of the late George
Edward Geschwind and the late
former Alice Dorsey.
She was preceded in death by
her parents and two sisters, Karen
Cruce and Geraldine Daniels.
Survivors include: her husband
of 36 years, Steve Foster of Perry;
four brothers, Douglas Daniels of
New Jersey, Paul Daniels of
Miami, Joseph Daniels of
Tennessee and George Geschwind
of Perry; four sisters, Joyce
Geschwind of New Jersey, Linda
James, Judy Pearson and Diane
Raulerson, all of Perry; and a host

of cousins, nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held
Tuesday, Sept. 16, at 2 p.m. at Joe
P. Burns Funeral Homes with
interment following at Pisgah
Family members received
friends on Monday from 6 to 8
p.m. at Burns Funeral Home,
which was in charge of

Wayne Morris Williams
Wayne Morris Williams, 60,
died Sept. 11, 2008, at his
A native and lifelong resident of
Taylor County, he was the son of
the late Jake Williams and the late
former Juanita Howell. He worked
as an electrician at Buckeye.
Survivors include: his wife of 25
years, Caroline Williams of Perry;
a son, James Heathington; two
daughters, Nicole Diane Denton
and Sheila Padgett; two sisters,
Carol Faith Anderson and Diane
McNeese; eight grandchildren; and
17 great grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
Sunday, Sept. 14, at 5 p.m. at Joe P.
Burns Funeral Home.
Family members received
friends one hour prior to the
service at Burns Funeral Home,
which was in charge of

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on two runs to set up Jackson's 9-
yard TD plunge behind nice blocks
from King and Brandon.
Another bad snap on the extra
point kick was scooped up by
Ratliff, who made a nice run for a
two-point conversion to give
Taylor a 43-0 lead.
Ellis, Woods and Jackson stuffed
the Tigers on three straight plays,
including a sack, and the Tiger
kicker managed a one-yard punt
that gave the Bulldogs excellent
field position at the Jefferson 29.
A 15-yard personal foul penalty
on Jefferson moved the ball to the
14, but Johnathan Smith lost 5
yards and fumbled away a hand-off
on 2nd down to give the ball back
to the Tigers.
Curtis Mango made a tackle for
a loss and Murphy made another
nice tackle before Woods, Brandon
and Mango combined to throw a
hapless Tiger runner for a 7-yard
loss and force the Tiger's fifth
Tucker scored on an option
keeper from 14 yards out on the
very next play (set up by Ellis' 24-
yard punt return) and Ratliff's PAT
made the final score 50-0.

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The Tigers had one last drive,
but the suffocating Bulldog
defense stopped it with a sack on
4th and 1.
Fittingly, the Bulldogs ended the
game by losing another fumble on
the final play on an option pitch
from Tucker to Smith, but it did not
dampen Taylor's celebration for a
convincing victory over a longtime
rival that lost to FAMU High, 20-0
the previous week.
The Bulldogs will take on 1-1
Alachua Santa Fe this Friday night
at Dorsett Stadium beginning at
7:30 p.m. Alachua lost to (2-0)
Newberry 47-18 in the season-
opener before rebounding with a
28-14 win over (0-2) Middleburg
last week.
The Bulldogs fell to Newberry
27-0 in a preseason "Kickoff
Classic" that saw Taylor commit 8
fumbles (losing 3) and 13
Counting the preseason game,
the Bulldogs have fumbled 25
times and lost 11 in three games.
Taylor must also work on
eliminating penalties, after
averaging 11 for 85 yards in their
first three games.



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8:30 am 3:30 pm

Saturday, Sept 27,2008

Perry, Florida

For more information:
Jimmy Bowden at 850-838-3656
tnmc@fairpoint.net / www.perryfldojo.com


November 4,2008

The voter registration books will close for the General Election at 5:00
p.m. on October 6, 2008. If you are not currently registered to vote and
you would like to register please call the elections office at 850-838-
3515 to determine the easiest way for you to get registered. If you are
unsure of your status as a registered voter please call the elections
office, our staff will be glad to assist you.

If you have moved since you last voted please call the Supervisor of
Elections office to update your' residential and mailing address.

Any registered voter may vote an Absentee Ballot. Requests can be
accepted only from the voter, a member of the voter's immediate family
or legal guardian. Please call the Elections Office at 850-838-3515 to
request an absentee ballot.

Early voting will take place Monday through Saturday, October 20,
2008 November 1, 2008, 8:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. in the Supervisor of
Elections ()in,.e, 2nd Floor Courthouse. All registered voters may vote
early. Please bring photo and signature ID when voting.

In order to vote at the precinct or by early voting, the voter will need to
produce photo and signature identification as required by Florida Law
(FS. 101.043). If the picture ID does not contain the signature of the voter,
an additional ,rntif,.::in that provides the voter's signature shall be
required. A voter information card is no longer accepted as a form of ID.

Please contact the Supervisor of Elections office to
verify which voting precinct you reside in.

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The 68th Annual Meeting of Tri-County

Electric Cooperative, Inc. will be held Saturday,

September 20, 2008, at the Van H. Priest

Auditorium located on the campus of the North

Florida Community College, in the City of

Madison, Florida. Registration begins at 9:00

a.m. and the business meeting will convene

at 10:00 a.m.

Guest Speaker will be Mr. Tim Woodbury,

Executive Vice President and General Manager,

Seminole Electric Cooperative, Inc.

The Board of Trustees, Management and the

staff of your cooperative look forward to seeing

you at the upcoming Annual Meeting. A number

of valuable prizes will be given away.

Serving Madison, Jefferson, Taylor and Dixie Counties

A "'ouchstone Energy* Cooperative


B-1 Taco Times September 17, 2008

Clear skies and welcoming temperatures were the order of the day for the 15th annual
Chamber Golf Scramble, held recently at the Perry Golf & Country Club.

The Fairpoint Communications team won first place in the golf scramble. Shown left to right
are Randy Newman, Troy Thompson. Joe Lyles, Jay Rickelson and. Vern Clark.

Tree Capital Credit Union team member Garrett Brock takes a mighty swing during the 15th
.annual Perry-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce Golf Scramble. .'Photo. by Dawn Taylor)

Progress Energy's team won second place. Shown accepting
Garret, Bobby Pickels and Hugh Irwin.

their trophies are: (I to r) Stan

Buckeye Community Federal Credit Union secured third place in the golf
left to right are: Ted Colson, Gil Williams, Seth Williams and David Sullivan.


AARP: last Wed., 10 a.m. at Perry Shrine
Kiwanis Club: Wednesdays, noon,
Joyce's Main Street Cafe.
MainStreet Perry: first Thursday of each
month, noon, Heavenly Floors.
NAACP: first Sunday, 5 p.m., at Jerkins
Community Center.
Optimist Club: Thurs., noon at Joyce's
Main Street Cafe.
Perry Garden Club: third Wednesday,
10 a.m.
Perry Elks Lodge: second, third and
fourth Tuesday, 7 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 Lions Club: first and third Thurs.,
noon, at Golden Corral Restaurant.
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 (September to May; subject to
Rotary Club: Tues., noon at Rosehead
Taylor County Leadeiship 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
Wednesday, 12 noon, Perry-Foley Airport.
Chamber of Commerce: second Thurs.,
8 a.m., chamber board room.
City Council: second and fourth Tues., at
6:30 p.m.
County Commission: first Mon. and third
Tues. at 6 p.m., courthouse annex.
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.
Taylor Soil & Water Conservation
District Board: fourth Monday, 3 p.m.,

Hampton Inn (conference room). Call
584-4329 for information.
Tourism Development Council: second
Wed., 5 p.m., Chamber of Commerce.

Big Bend Republican Women's
Network: second Monday at 5:30 p.m., 502
W. Green St. E-mail: bbrwn@fairpoint.net.
Business Network International (B.N.I):
every Tuesday, 7:30-9 a.m., Hampton Inn.
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:
second Thursday, 1:30 p.m., Forest Capital
Hall. Call 838-3508 or 584-6866.
La Leche League International: second
Wed., 10:30 a.m., Taylor County Public
Mothers of Pre-Schoolers: first and third
Friday. Call 584-3826.

Muskogee Creek Indian Nation: second
and fourth Sat., 7 p.m. Tribal grounds, Lyman
Hendry Road.
Muskogee Creek Indian Tribe: first
Saturday, Oak Hill Village on Woods Creek
National Wild Turkey Federation
(Yellow Pine Drummers): holds open
monthly meeting on first Thursday, Golden
Corral, 7 p.m. Call 584-9185.
Order of Confederate Rose Chapter 8:
meets every fourth Thursday. For
information, please call 838-2045.
Republican Party of Taylor County:
second Thursday of every month, 5:30 p.m.,
at Rosehead Junction.
Taylor Coastal Communities
Association: second Tuesday, 6 p.m., at the
district building on Beach Road.
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 Thursday,
5:30 p.m., Room 208, Capital City Bank.
Taylor County Historical Society: third
Mon., 7 p.m. Historical Society building.
Society's museum is open every Thursday,
1-5 p.m.
Taylor County Horseman's Association

Horse Show: second Sat., 10 a.m. Arena
located on Bishop Blvd.
Taylor County Quilters: Tuesdays,
10 a.m. to noon, Taylor County Public Library.
Taylor County Reef & Research Team:
second Thurs., 7 p.m., Forest Capital
Taylor County Senior Center: Executive
Board of Directors meeting, every third
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Alcoholics Anonymous: Monday, 8 p.m.
and Thursday, 8 p.m. at the Serenity House,
1824 N. Jefferson Street. Call 672-1263 for
more information.
Alzheimer's Support Group for
Caregivers: every second Tuesday, at
7 p.m., First United Methodist Church.
Big Bend Hospice Advisory Council:
fourth Tuesday at 1 p.m., Big Bend Hospice
office (107 East Green St.).
Celebrate Recovery: a non-
denominational, Christ-centered recovery
ministry meets Thursdays at 6 p.m., in the
First Baptist Church Youth Center (old
Citizens Bank building on the corner of
Orange and Green streets).
Healthy Start Coalition: fourth Mon.,
9 a.m., Taylor County School District
Administrative Office Complex.
Narcotics Anonymous: Sunday, 7 p.m.;

Tuesday, 7 p.m.; Wednesday, 7 p.m.; and
Saturday, noon, at St. James Episcopal
Church, 1100 W. Green St. (library).
Call 223-2785 for more information.
Perry Winners Group of Alcoholics
Anonymous: Tuesday, 8 p.m.; Friday, 8 p.m.;
and Saturday, 8 p.m. Heritage House,
317 N. Orange Street.
The Way: (faith-based 12-step group for
addicts and alcoholics) Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.,
and Friday, 7 p.m. All meetings are held at
the Serenity House, 1824 N. Jefferson St.
Call 672-0626 for more information.

AMVETS Post 20 and AMVETS Ladies
Auxiliary: third Tuesday, 7 p.m., at 2499
Woods Creek Road. Call 223-1144.
American Legion Post #291: second
Saturday, 10 a.m.
American Legion Post #96: first Tues.,
7 p.m., American Legion Hall, Center St.
Sons of Confederate Veterans: fourth
Thursday at 1159 Roberts Aman Road,
7 p.m. For information, call 584-5346.
VFW Post #9225: second Tues., 7 p.m.
(American Legion building).

To add your organization to the
community calendar, please e-mail:


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B-2 Taco Times September 17, 2008

Taylor County's community has

changed over the past 40 years

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Dear Editor:
I am writing this letter to the
community of Taylor County.
First, let's define community.
Community--a society of people
having common rights and
privileges or common interests,
civil, political or ecclesiastical; or
living under the same laws and
This word may signify a
commonwealth or state, a body
polite, or a particular society or
order of men within a state as a
community of monks, and it is
often used for the public or people
in general without any definite
limits, according to Noah-Webster.
I have lived in Taylor County
more than 40 years ago. I had
moved away to pursue an
education and now I have returned.
For the last couple of years I have
been standing in the background
watching, listening and learning. It
is to my dismay that this

community is not what it used to
Back when I was growing up
here you could go to bed without
locking your doors and windows at
night. This community was one
that cared about people, each other,
who helped and supported each
other. There wasn't a whole lot of
lip service. There was a lot of
action, of doing, of making good
things happen.
Now it seems that everyone is
out to get what they can without
regard to their neighbors. I'm not
saying get into each other's
business. I'm saying help each
other when needed. If you see
someone down be the better
person, help them in whatever way
you can.
My dad was not a religious man,
but he told us to never turn away a
stranger because you could be
entertaining an angel. This applies
to everyone, businesses too. This

community has always been closed
mouth; it was a community that
cared and pulled together when
necessary and needed.
Well the time has come where it
is needed now, with the economy
the way it is. Cutbacks in jobs,
schools and even with our senior
citizens. I have been told by some
seniors in this community that
Meals on Wheels is the only real
meal they get due to the fact that
Social Security just doesn't pay the
bills, that they have to choose
between food or medicine and that
some even buy dog or cat food to
eat. How would you like to be in
those shoes? I've tasted cat food; it
is nasty.
Then there is the situation with
the cutbacks in our schools. Come
on people, these kids are our
future. The free lunch program
cutback, along with the cutback on
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Letters to the Editor

Resident receives response from

DOT concerning US. 19 palm trees

Editors' Note: William P. Palmer
forwarded the Taco Times a letter he
sent to Tallahassee regarding the
Department of Transportation's
planting of new palm trees along U.S.
19, as well as the response he
Gov. Charlie Crist:
As a Department of Corrections
employee, it is a never ending
choirs of "no money, no more pens,
no more post it notes," but the palm
trees have broke the camels back.
DOT has showed up in Perry,
Fla. and cut down, dug up and
thrown in the landfill all the palm
trees down the center median on
Highway 19 in Perry because they

were not in the center of the
median and this was to make it
safer for the everyday driver. This
is being accomplished with a
$117,850 landscaping project.
Well, now they are replacing the
one tree in most cases with up to 5
new trees. Let me get this right,
you cut down one tree and
replaced it with up to 5 trees so I'll
be safer?
To add insult to injury, DOT is
doing this with money we don't
have? Oh, it comes from a
different budget. Sorry but
someone needs to get a handle on
this sort of stupid spending.
William P. Palmer


Wednesday, September 17, 2008

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Mr. Palmer:
This is in further response to
your recent e-mail to Governor
Due to immense public support
for highway beautification, the
Department of Transportation has
made great strides in the last 10
years to make our state roadways
more aesthetically pleasing. Not
only have we taken up the
challenge of landscaping on our
own, several years ago the Florida
legislature passed a bill which
makes it the law. Under Florida
Statute 334.044 the Department of
Transportation is required to spend
1.5 percent of its annual
Transportation Construction
budget towards landscaping.
This comes to 30-40 million
dollars annually depending upon
the construction budget of any
given year. In District 2 (which
Perry falls under) we make the
attempt to meet 1.5 percent of our
District Construction budget and
this figure is in the millions of
dollars annually.
With this mandate, it is the
district's responsibility to locate
projects within our 18 counties so
that they can be landscaped.
Sometimes we locate projects
that will allow us to design areas
that never have been landscaped
before. However, in most cases
what we find are locations that
should be upgraded. In the case of
Perry, we located a potential
project for the curbed medians on,
SR 55 from Fenholloway Bridge to
Julia Street.
The corridor's landscaping
consisted of older, declining
cabbage palms which had been
growing in random clusters
throughout the medians. We
believed this was a good candidate
to upgrade. The district felt that
this corridor would be better
served if a new landscaping project
,,- Please see page 3

Even as a child, I liked the prospect of a
vacation and would pack my bag to
accompany almost any relative or friend on
a road trip.
McKenzie, Ala., was a small crossroads
about 20 miles from my home, and each
summer, a friend who lived there invited me
to spend a few days.
You would have thought I was going to
Paris. I took enough shorts outfits to last a
week, and other essentials, along with
'sunglasses, a deck of'tards'," lr l"jks,' lil';
gloss and tennis shoes.
I was six.
My good friend, Joni, was also invited for
the trip; she packed enough for two weeks
but was homesick by 11 p.m. of the first
night. I remember that we all piled in a
station wagon with blankets and pillows to
take Joni back to Greenville, and then to
return to McKenzie. I'm sure my friend's
parents were wondering ;why in the world
they suggested this sleep-over.
"Now Susan, do you wanf to go home too?"
asked the father, a nice and likeable man
who cracked jokes as easily as he cracked a
smile. Even though he drove a truck for a
living, he didn't want to make this trip twice
in one night.
"No sir," I said, hoping I wouldn't be exiled.
Steadily, we made the 20-mile trip back to
McKenzie in the dark of the night. Trust me,
no one else was on that road at midnight.
My willingness to travel without
homesickness, made me the pick for any
other outings this particular friend might
take. So when her grandparents, who lived
20 miles away on the other side of my town,
extended an invitation, I said, in the spirit of
my ancestors, "Let me get my purse."
That trip stands out as one of the most
memorable one of my childhood...and I
honestly can't pinpoint why.
The grandparents didn't have air
There wasn't a store or business within
sight, not to mention another house for a
mile or two.
We didn't have any electronic toys.
We weren't given money or other
We were just welcomed into her
grandparents' home and fed like royalty:
fresh peas and roast, homemade biscuits,
and fruit cobbler for dessert. Ice cream in
the afternoons. Lemonade all day long.
We were given full reign of the farm which
was wonderfully shaded and allowed for
miles and miles of pastures on which to

We laid on the cool linoleum floor in the
kitchen with electric fans blowing our hair
as we colored in books, and passed around
paper dolls.
We built forts and made mud pies.
And because a revival was underway, for a
couple of nights, we put on our sundresses
and loaded up for church. They had paper
fans bearing pictures of Jesus and the name
of the local funeral, home. Everybody used.
them as.the service heated up.
' -They"had an attendance chart on thewall
and an artificial arrangement of flowers up
front. They had hymn books, a piano and
loud voices. They had clear glass windows
and a floor which creaked, thus pointing
accusingly at you if you tried to slip out
My friend and I soaked up our
surroundings like a sponge. When we
returned to the farm that night, we were
thoroughly cleansed and exhausted too. But
the next day, we had our own revival service,
mimicking the preacher's loud voice and
declaring to the farm animals the very real
possibility of eternal damnation.
Can I hear a moo?
If there was a t.v., I don't remember it.
I don't even remember a radio.
But I do remember endless play, a slick
bathtub, dissolving into crisply dried sheets
for sleep and being adored by grandparents
who weren't even my own.
Then it was time to go home, and I've
never liked goodbyes.
"I bet you're ready to be home for awhile,"
my mother said, after she picked me up and
we were traveling back home.
I squeaked out an affirmative "unhunnh"
because I didn't want to hurt her feelings.
After all, I was only 8; I should be homesick
or something, and I knew it.
But I wasn't; I'd had a really good time. I
could have stayed a few more days, or I
could have left again, the very next day for
another outing. I wasn't Christopher
Columbus, but I wasn't Emily Dickinson
either. I knew there was a great big
world out there, and I felt obliged to
personally go find it, one small settlement
after another.
That's when I came to understand--even
then--that you don't have to go far in order
to have a vacation.
You just need a little distance from the
A little time to let the heart grow fonder.
Some fine food.
Some fine people.
And a fine friend to share it all with.

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STaylor County City of Perr yTayLor County Florida Florida lU.S. Senator Me[ Martinez
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B-3 Taco Times September 17, 2008

Letters to the Editor

Palms violated 'clear zones'

Continued from page 2
was implemented with new
cabbage palms uniformly located
down the center of the medians.
To be clear, this was more than a
beautification project and it is
important to understand that the
older cabbage palms were located
in designated "clear zones" in the
medians. These clear zones must

be kept free of any hazards or
obstacles which could harm
travelers in the case of an errant
These palms were in violation of
current engineering standards and
when the decision was made to re-
landscape this corridor, the district
decided to remove the existing
palms and plant the new palms
along the center of each median.
The placement of the new

palms was vital in keeping this
corridor up to current safety
Thank you for your attention to
this project. We hope this clarifies
the intention behind the Perry
Charles W. Baldwin, P.E.
District Secretary
Florida Department of

'If you look at it close, we

are a blessed community'

Continued from page 2
school supplies. Have you ever
been so hungry that you could not
concentrate in school or not had
notebook paper or school books to
learn with? Probably not, but these
kids need our help, look at the state
FCAT scores. Does that not tell us
Then there is the community
healthcare system. Have you ever
been to doctor's appointment and
had to wait three or four hours
before being seen? Or gone to the
local emergency room and waited
6-12 hours before ever seeing the
triage nurse only to wait another
two to three hours on a gurney in
the hallway before seeing a doctor.
Well I have and it is no fun. We are
so lucky to have a local hospital
with a staff that makes sacrifices.
They put up with their place of

Thursday in Madison

work being called a bandaid
station; they put up with not
getting raises in the past four
years; they put up with pay cuts
and yet they are still there doing
there jobs to the best of their ability
and with what they have available
to work with.
With all these concerns in this
community all we want to do is
gripe and complain instead of
doing something about it. Yet the
community votes to have new
palm trees planted while digging
up and destroying the old ones.
Couldn't this money have been put
to better use? Like helping our
seniors which are our history,
helping our schools which is our
future and helping DMH which is
our health. Without DMH we
would have to drive 1 to 2 1/2
hours to receive health care at the
nearest hospital. Without our
doctors the same thing would

happen. Yes we need specialty
doctors in our community but how
can we have them or anything
mentioned above without
community support?
I urge each of you to be the stand-
up community you can be and
support your community. After all
we all live here. Do we downgrade
or speak badly about our own home
in which we eat and sleep and play?
Then why should we beat up on our
community or each other? If
everyone gave $1 each month to the
community, I believe we could
make good changes to this
community in which we live. Let's
quit beating ourselves up and look
at our neighbor and ourselves and
say "good job." If we really look at
it up close we are a blessed
community, we are a good and
caring community.

Original Florida Task Force to i

The Original Florida Tourism
Task Force will hold its regular
monthly meeting Thursday, Sept.
,18,. at .10 a.m . .,
The meeting will be held at Yogi

Bear's Jellystone Park, located at
1051 SW Old St. Augustine Rd., in
- The. park can be reached by
phone at 850-973-8269.

For more informati
meeting, contact Asso
Bryan Thomas at 35
* ext.- 123, or

Helping Hands
Volunteers with "Helping Hands for the Shelter" raised more than $500 during a car wash
held at Yarbrough Tire parking lot on Sept. 6. Funds will be used to purchase medicine for
animals at the Taylor County Animal Control Shelter. "Our goal is to make sure that every
animal that is adopted is healthy and clean," organizers said. To learn more about the newly-
organized service group, visit on-line at www.shelterhands.com.

Big Bend Hospice to hold annual

Bereavement Conference Sept. 26

Big Bend Hospice is hosting its
of urth annual Bereavement

Sincerely, .... .... .. ....
Monti Ward Conference, "Grief: A Journey to
Hope" on Sept. 26, from 8 a.m.
until 4:30 p.m. at the Tallahassee
Community College Center for
ee Economic and Workforce
mef etDevelopment.
This conference is designed to
provide useful information and
on about the practical strategies for
ciate Planner professionals to use in assisting
52-955-2200, clients through the-grief prqcess.-
* e-mail Counselors, therapists, hospice
providers, advocates, clergy,

educators, nurses, health
professionals, emergency services,
law enforcement, students,
geriatric specialists, military
personnel, funeral directors,.,
nursing home. administrators and
anyone dealing with grief should
consider attending this important
conference, organizers said.
Many different topics will be
explored throughout the day
including spirituality, grief in rural
-cultures,- military loss. pet loss and
loss of a child. A variety of grief
related professional resources

including books, videos and music,
will provide an opportunity to
learn new interventions to use with
grieving clients, and facilitate time
to learn from each other's
experiences and insights.
The cost of the conference is $69
with special rates for students, or
four or more from the same
agency; 6.5 continuing education
units will be offered. Late
registration after Sept. 12 will add
$10 to each category. Contact Lisa
Baggett, 850-878-5310, X433, to
register or for more information.


The Suwannee River

Water Management District has

tentatively adopted a budget for

Fiscal Year 2008-09.

This notice is applicable to the following counties:

All of: Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist, Hamilton,

Lafayette, Madison, Suwannee, Taylor, Union

Parts of: Alachua, Baker, Bradford, Jefferson,

Levy, Putnam

A public hearing to make a


on the budget


will be held on

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

at 5:30 p.m.


Suwannee River Water Management District

9225 County Road 49

(corner US 90 and CR 49)

Live Oak, FL

Budget Summary

Suwannee River Water

Management District

Fiscal Year 2008-2009

General Fund Special Revenue Funds Total All Funds |

CASH BALANCES BROUGHT FORWARD $3,346,238 $10,853,864 $14,200,102
Ad Valorem Taxes (Millage per $1000 / 0.4399 Mills) $6,020,000 $0 $6,020,000
Documentary Stamp Taxes $0 $5,900,000 $5,900,000
Florida Forever $0 $19,289,000 $19,289,000
PERMIT AND LICENSE FEES $0 $416,367 $416,367
2009 Legislative Appropriations $2,350,000 $0 $2,350,000
Local Revenues $0 $0 $0
Wetlands Grant $0 $247,000 $247,000
DEP Coastal Zone Management Grant $0 $59,000 $59,000
ERP Grant $0 $453,000 $453,000
Suwannee River Partnership Grant $0 $1,400,000 $1,400,000
Delineated Areas Grant $0 $40,000 $40,000
DOT Grants $0 $30,000 $30,000
Dept. of Agriculture And Consumer Services $0 $0 $0
Water Protection & Sustainability Grant $0 $8,209,973 $8,209,973
DEP Monitoring Grant $70,000 $0 $70,000
SWIM Revenue $0 $0 $0
FEMA Grants $0 $864,620 $864,620
NRCS Grants $0 $628,682 $628,682
TEA-21 Grant $0 $0 $0
Interest and General Sales $150,000 $60,000 $210,000
Timber Sales $0 $100,000 $100,000
P2000 Resale USFS/PCS $0 $7,382,000 $7,382,000
PCS Mitigation Funds $0 $600,000 $600,000
RO. Ranch $0 $3,666,500 $3,666,500
TOTAL REVENUES AND OTHER SOURCES $8,590,000 $49,346,142 $57,936,142
TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES AND BALANCES $11,936,238 $60,200,006 $72,136,244

Salaries And Benefits $2,610,509 $3,059,163 $5,669,672
Other Personal Services $828,458 $9,852,338 $10,680,796
Expenses $1,286,300 $954,623 $2,240,923
Operating Capital Outlay $197,500 $217,800 $415,300
Fixed Capital Outlay $2,350,000 $28,411,872 $30,761,872
Interagency Expenditures $662,500 $8,774,315 $9,436,815
TOTAL EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES $7,935,267 $51,270,111 $59,205,378
Reserves $4,000,971 $8,929,895 $12,930,866
TOTAL EXPENDITURES AND RESERVES $11,936,238 $60,200,006 $72,136,244


B-4 The Taco Times SeDtember 17, 2008.

PEAS, PEAS, PEAS, white acres, $18.00
bushel U-pick, $23.00 I-pick, ready now.

Jelly 3 for $1.00, Hamburger helper $0.75
ea. Fishing rods $3.95 ea. C.B.M. Stores
6041 Beach Rd. 850-584-3557.
Whirlpool washer and dryer set top load, 3
years old. $325/pair. Call 584-3600.
Piano for sale Worlitzer Console, $1000,
obo. Call 843-1730 leave message if no
Ford 302 Complete set up for boat can be
used for vehicle $350.; GE upright Freezer
like new $300. Call 838-1399.

We Buy
Gold, Silver
Silver Coins
Old Paper Money
Don't sell your
Old Jewelry
at a yard sale!
Bring it to South House for

Amvets Post 20 Gator Seminole challenge
has begun. Gators lead 22-20. Cast your
vote for $1.00 and a chance to win a team
Gazebo at the FL. Forest Festival.
Tickets available at Yarbrough, Spring
'Creek lounge, Perry Sign Shop, Marina &
Keaton Beach Bar.
4 cemetery lots in Woodlawn Cemetery
Call 352-817-0898.
Femal61ooking.for. male to rent trailer $350'
a month $100 security. '96' GMC truck
$2,000. Ask for Brenda at 850-223-2477
,'08' Magnavox TV, 52" Big Screen, $850,
Call 223-1053.
2008 Hay for sale, in the field. Perry Call
Historical red brick for sale 838-6077 or

850-838-JUNK (5865)
State Certified Scales

LOST Aug. 28 at the DMH Hospital.
Heavy gold chain with gold coin mounted
on diamond setting, very sentimental. A
mother's gift. Generous reward. Call 838-
5429 or 223-3690.


Yorkie puppies for sale. 8 weeks old.
Available Sept. 10. UKC registered, 3
males left. $700. Call 584-3396 and 843-
For Sale baby chicks, Guineas, turkeys
and eggs. Call 584-7781.
6 week old chocolate lab puppies. $50
Each. OBO. 838-2377.
For Sale: Bull Mastiff/Blue Pitt puppies for
sale. $300 each, Block head and great
markings. Born on Aug. 3 and only 7 left.
Going Fast. Call 223-1053 and ask for
Christy or Mike.


1 & 2 bedroom apartments available. Call

Westgate Motel Rooms available for Rent.
Refrigerator, microwave, TV w/cable,
AC/Heater. Everything included. $165
weekly or $40 daily tax included.(RV sites
also available.) 1627 S. Byron Butler
Pkwy. 850-584-5235.,
Southern Villas of Perry
Looking for Applicants!
Rental assistance available HUD
vouchers accepted. 1 & 2 BR HC & non-
HC accessible apartments. Office hours are
8:00 to 5:00 Mon-Thursday. Call 850-584-
8111. TDD/TTY 711. 315 Puckett Rd.
Perry, FL 32347 Equal Housing

205 S. Washington St.- 760 sq. ft.
115 -A Drew Street 1160 sq. ft.
Central heat and air, H/C Restroom. Call
850971-2811 or 850-838-5660.
Woodridge Apartments!!
Accepting applicatins .f r 12 &. BR jC.Q
and NOn-HCGEces ibl.padtf4ets. MWv
vouchers considered, Equal Housing
Opportunity. Office hours are 8:00 5:00
Mon. Thurs. Call 850-584-5668. 709 W.
Church St. Perry, FL 32348. TDD 711
3 bed/1 bath on 5 acres, for sale or rent
$600 per month. First last deposit. Call
602 Veterans Drive 2 bed/1 bath $550 Call
3 bd/2 bth house w/pool $650 first, last and
security. No pets. Call 371-1568.
For Rent 2 bd/2 bth, mobile home. Call
Taking applications on a 2 bedroom,
mobile home in good shape. New carpet,
nice yard, utility shed. No pets, no
smoking. 584-4366.
House for Rent with owner financing, $850
a month, $1,000 deposit with option to buy.
223-2416 or 371-4053,
For Rent: 2 bed/2 bath, 1st floor $700
month and deposit required. Adults only no
pets. Call 850-578-2356 and leave
For Rent: 1 bed/1 bth 2nd floor $575/mo.
deposit required. Adults only no pets. Call
850-578-2356 leave message.
Keaton Beach waterfront 1 BR/1 Ba,
furnished apt. includes water, electric &
TV, $800 mo. with 6 mo. lease. No pets,
no smoking, no children. 838-2755.

2 BR, 2 BA, DW, North of town 850-838-
2000 sq. ft. storage or shop building. Hwy.
221 N. 850-584-2822

For Rent 14x40, 1 bedroom/1 bath mobile
home, with 10x12 storage shed, partially
furnished, washer and dryer, 2 miles from
boat ramp at Keaton Beach. $400 per
month plus utilities. $850578-2390.
2 2 bedroom Mobile Homes, Call for more
info, Also
2 3 bedroom houses One located on
Leon Ward Rd and one located on
Hampton Springs Rd. $600 month +
deposit + last month. Call 223-3227.

2 bed/2 bath MH just outside city limits.
Not in park. $475 month, 1st, last and $130
sec. Call 843-0883.
Room for Rent includes full house usage.
$100 week. Call 843-0883.
Town & Country M.H. Park has several
available 1 & 2 B.R. M.H. Prices starting at
$375. All units require a $400 sec. dep.
application a must. No more than 1 child in
the 2 B.R. No pets. We also have a
studio apt. Nicely furnished. You provide
utilities. Perfect for one person. Call 584-
3095 for more information.
1 bedroom 1 bath apartment for rent. In
quiet neighborhood. Carport, utilities
included. (gas, electric, cable) Call
(850)371-1414 or (386)209-3968.
3 bed/2 bath house credit check 584-4678.
3 BD/1.5 bth, No HUD, no smoking and no
pets. $650 month + $700 sec. deposit.
Call 584-6140.
Steinhatchee Place Resort Furnished 1
and 2 bedroom Condos for Rent. $750-
$850. Included in price Water, cable,
. i tne t d,4 qt tub in Steinha,tchee.,Call.
1-'352-498-774O. '"" ':- "
Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included from Monthly $550
required $45 deposit, $165 weekly or $40
daily tax'included. 317 N. Byron Butler
Pkwy. 850-584-7033.
Whispering Pines Mobile Home Park now
taking application for one 2 BR/1 Bth
Mobile Home total electric central H/air
and one 3 Br/2 bth mobile home total
electric central H/air. Application and
reference required. Call 584-3889.

Taking applications for rental 14x70 2
BR/2B mobile home set up in Everetts
mobile home park. Rent $425 a ,omth.
Water, sewer and garbage included. No
phone calls. Apply in person only Monday
through Wednesday. 9 a.m. 5 p.m.
References required. Ask for Ms. Betty.
Room for rent in Steinhatchee, near
Fiddler's Restaurant. Detached garage, all
utilities included. Cable TV and internet.
$400 month + security deposit. Call 352-
8/20(1 month)

LOW PRICES You wont find better deal.
Bring any competitors offer and we will
beat it. We are the low price super center
at Ironwood Homes of Perry. 850-838-9090.
New or Used Mobile Homes with No
money down for Land Owners. Call.
Prestige Home Centers 1-800-477-2492.
JUST IN 2009 Southern Oaks. These
homes are beautiful and priced to meet
your budget. 4 BR/2 Bath starting at
$399/month w.a.c. Call 850-838-9090
2 mobile homes for sale 2 br/1 ba $4500
and 1 Br/1 ba $2500. Must be moved, will
deliver. Call 838-2755,


$149 Bi-weekly will buy you a new 2 or 3
bd/2 bth mobile home. Call Prestige Home
Centers. 1-800-477-2492.
1992 1, 2/1 good 'condiliorn i 0j I
- C ?",:,.. : .. 353.
PAY LESS 3 BR/2 Bath DW ordered 10
before price increase one remaining at
old pricing. At Ironwood Homes of Perry,
we save you money. 850-838-9090.
2009 3 BR/2 Bath starting at ONLY $299/
month w.a.c. many homes to choose from.
We will not be undersold at Ironwood
Homes of Perry. 850-838-9090.
Too many kids and not enough rooms?
We have 4 bedrooms starting @ $51,995!!!
Call Prestige Home Centers 352-493-2492
or 1-800-477-2492.
LAND HOME. packages single section -
multi section Modulars too! Many
financing programs! We can do it all at
Ironwood Homes of Perry. Call 850-838-
Trade-ins welcome, no down payment for
land owners! Call Prestige Home Centers
352-493-2492 or 1-800-477-2492.

2 bd/1 bth, 2 acres. $75,000. For more
information call (850)838-6625.
Motivated Seller will owner finance with
large down payment.
602 N. Jefferson St. 5 bd/2 bth, 2319 sq. ft.
113 Lewis Drive (off Hwy. 19) .3 bed/2 bath.
approximately 2000 sq. ft. 5 acres, newly
remodeled inside, new central, newer roof.
602 W. Bacon St. = 3 bed/1 bath "
Call 584-4678
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.


New 1568 sq. ft. 3 bd/2 bth on 2 acres of
land off Ocean Pond Rd on North Gulf
Manor. Five miles from beaches. Open
living area with hardwood flooring and
Cathedral ceiling. Carpet in bedrooms, tile
floors in baths and utility room. Ready to
move in $177,500. Call 850-584-6317.
Owner Sale 112 McCall St. 3 BR/1 bath,
LR, Kit DR., New roof, deck, fence back
yard, 10x20 storage bldg. 87k. 584-4618.
Relocating Need to sell now. Well
maintained 3/2 2000 Homes of Merit w/
16x33 game room and carpet. 1 acre
partially fenced, 2 storage shed. Will
sacrifice for $65,000 valued much higher.
850-843-0788 or 352-224-5617.
For Sale by owner, 3 bedroom/1.5 bath,
living room w/fireplace, dinning room
w/breakfast bar, Dinett, laundry room,
18x30 9 1/2 deep pool/diving board,
Polaris cleaning system, well and city
water, 3 city lots, 30,1 W. High St.
$125,000 Call to see 584-9455.
For Sale By Owner, 3/2 brick w/fireplace
on 2 acres, m.o.l., approx. 1800 sq. ft.
2207 US 221 N. $165,000. 850-584-6526 or

1 only CLOSE-OUT
28x80 4 bd/2 bth delivery, set up, air
skirting and steps. $69,995 no dealers
please. Prestige Home Center, Cheifland.
INVOICE SALE going on through the end
of the month. Many homes to choose from.
Don't miss this opportunity at Ironwood
Homes of Perry. 850-838-9090
Real Western Red Cedar log sided homes
starting.@ $58,995 Call Prestige Home
Centers 352-493-2492 or 1-800-477-2492.

LAST ONE we have one 16x80
remaining; Delivered and setup within 50
miles for ONLY $34,900. Our prices can't
be beat at Ironwood Homes of Perry. 850-
Looking for your first home? With
payments starting at $150 and with
excellent financing opportunities, what are
you waiting for? Call Prestige Home
Centers 352-493-2492 or 1-800-477-2492.

If you have a heart
attack, invasive cancer or
stroke and DON'T DIE?
If you become disabled?
Do you want to know more about
this kind of protection?
Call me Filippo Perata
(850) 222-8917
(850) 843-2231 (cell)
E-mail: perataf@yahoa.com

1997 T-100 Toyota 4x4 extended cab,
runs good 180k miles, $5,000 Call Wendy
at 838-3146 or 584-9534.
1999 Dodge Ram 1500 4x4 99k miles 5.9
liter dual exhaust brand new nitto terra
grapplers, MUST SELL. $6500 obo call
Alex 850-559-4691

2006 Saturn Ion Sedan, 5 speed shift, 35k
miles, 30 mpg, great buy. $9,500 obo. See
at TCCC. Call 843-2155.

Pu,'nnl: an;j P',> ',:,:,a lu, ,y ,u 0 e>c.
condition. Fire engine red, 28mpg. around
town. $17,200. Call 223-3993
1999 Ford F-250 truck, auto, cold A/C,
AM/FM/CD, long wheel base, new tires,
tool box, runs great, asking $2800 Call
Larry 838-0139 anytime.

2006 Saturn Ion Sedan, 5 speed shift, 35k
miles, gets 30 mpg, great buy. $9850 obo.
See at Tree Capital Credit Union. 853-
2155 or 584-9882.
2001 Chevy Impala for sale. Silver, nrew
tires, clean, runs excellent, 6 cyl. $4,500.
Call 584-2027.
GAS SAVER 1997 Honda
Civic, 4 door, black, 5 speed, all power,
CD changer, new battery, runs excellent.
$4,000. Call 850-223-3502,
Send your kid to school in style! 1998
Camaro Z28 Black with T-Top, automatic,
AC, power windows/ Locks, tilt and remote
access. $6,500. Call Ronnie 584-7722 or:
843-2196 for more information.

1999 Honda Accord Coupe, 6 cyl.,
sunroof, leather, good condition, $5,000.
Call 850-584-2426 or 850-838-5177.
2004 Dodge Ram 1500 Quad Cab 4 dr,
68k miles, fully loaded. Like new condition
$11,000. Call Larry's Towing 838-0139 :

'04' Chevy Silverado Crew Cab, 2 WD,
fully loaded, new tires, nice truck. $6,500.
Call Tom at (850)584-8651 or (850)445-
5193 (cell).
BF Good wrich Radio Long Trail T/A Very
Slow mileage. 265/70 R16 $400. Call 843-

Traction Ford 801 Diesel with bush hog.
New back tires, Runs good. $1500 or trade.
Call 843-0883.
15 ft. Boat trailer $100. Call 223-3199.



Buckeye Florida

Employment Opportunity

Buckeye Florida, LP is a leading producer of specialty cellulose and absorbent
products located in Perry, Florida. Buckeye Technologies, Inc. (NYSE symbol,
BKI) is our parent company with manufacturing facilities located in the United
States, Canada, Germany and Brazil.

We are seeking reliable and motivated individuals who are comfortable working
as part of a production team in a high performance work system. All openings
are for entry-level production technicians at our manufacturing facility located in
Perry, Florida. The Perry facility is a large paper manufacturing complex with a
continuous around-the-clock operation (24 hours per day, 7 days per week) which
includes Saturday and Sunday. All openings are on teams which work rotating
shifts. Positions become available throughout the year.

We are looking for candidates that possess"
High School diploma or GED
2+ years of general work or military experience
Vo-Tech, college, military technical training or manufacturing experience
is a plus
Proficient math, mechanical reasoning and reading comprehension skills
Ability and willingness to learn new work procedures and work well with others
Work schedule flexibility and ability to work all scheduled overtime
Ability to prioritize and carry out responsibilities independently with minimal

As a member of our team you will enjoy:
A very competitive wage and benefit package
Medical, dental and prescription drug insurance
Life and disability insurance
Paid holidays and vacation
S401(k) with matching contribution
Retirement plan with company contribution

To be considered for employment:
Please register online at www.employflorida.com and submit your resume to
Employment Connections located at 200 West Base Street, 2nd Floor, Madison,
Florida. The Center is open Monday through Friday between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00
p.m. and their toll free phone number is 866-367-4758. You may also submit
your resume to the Employment Connections Mobile Unit which is located in
Perry, Florida each Wednesday and Thursday, between 9 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
in the K-Mart parking lot located at 1809 Byron Butler Pkwy. Additionally, the
Employment Connections Mobile Unit will be at K-Mart on Friday, September
12. Resumes may also be faxed to Employment Connections at 850-973-9757.
Please ask for Suzan Bain at Employment Connections if you have any questions.
Registration must be completed and resumes received by Friday, September 19,
2008 to be considered. A detailed job description is available through Employment
Connections. If you have any questions or need assistance preparing a resume,
please contact the Employment Connection One-Stop Center.

Buckeye's evaluation of employment applicants includes validated written tests,
interviews, post-offer physical exam and agility test. Pre-employment drug
screening and background check is required.

Buckeye is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


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Prestige Home Center
The Only Factory Outlet on the West Coast
Any New Home Purchased from Prestige Homes
Includes FREE Delivery & Set-Up. PERIOD'

0 t t ^ -n Choose from
SILtii 2 or 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath
- \ Exceeds New Gov't. Standards


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

(60 Other Homes to Choose From!)
Eggs are Cheaper in the Country,
So are Prestige Homes!
N. Hwy. 19; Chiefland 800-477-2492

Are you highly motivated?
Are you a self-starter?
Do you possess a strong desire to succeed?
If you answered yes to any of the above questions
we are looking for you.


We are currently accepting applications for
Managers, Manager Trainees and
Assistant Managers in the Greenville,
Madison, .Mayo and Lamont areas.

Interested applicants please call
Ms. Bertie @ 352-494-7550


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Local Ordnance Defense Contractor is
currently seeking to fill a Manufacturing
Engineering position. The ideal candidate
would have a B.S. Degree in an
Engineering or related field with a
minimum of two (2) years experience in a
'Mfg. / Process Engineering related
positions. PC literacy is a must and CAD
Design capability is a plus.
Responsibilities will include the design,
development and implementation of
tooling, fixtures and manufacturing
processes capable of meeting stringent
reliability standards, Standard Operating
Procedure generation, process
troubleshooting and training as well as
other process related activities.
We offer a competitive wage and benefit
package. EOE. For confidential
consideration, please send resume to
Bulova Ordnance, LLC, 125 SE Swisher
Road, Mayo, FL 32066

Administrative Assistant Manufacturer of
ordnance products requires results
oriented Administrative Assistant.
Individual will be responsible for directly
supporting Quality Assurance Department
in various duties which include but is not
limited to maintaining procedures, ensure
paperwork is accurate and complete,
prepare documentation, and control
equipment manuals. The position requires
a high school diploma or equivalent,
proficiency of Microsoft Office programs
including Word and Excel and all office
machines, strong interpersonal,
communication and organizational skills,
strong sense of accuracy, timeliness, and
confidentiality, and attention to detail.
Minimum of five years clerical experience
and extensive computer experience
required. All applicants are subject to pre-
employment drug screening and a
background check by BATF. Salary
commensurate with education and
experience; competitive benefits. Send
resume with salary history/requirements to
electronics.com(attachments in MSWord
accepted) or mail to MEI, 10625 Puckett
Road, Perry, FL 32348, Attn: Assistant HR
Manager, or fax to (850) 584-2044. Only
qualified candidates will be contacted for
interview, EEO, AAE, VP.

Local Ordnance Defense Contractor is
currently seeking to fill a Quality
Engineering position. The ideal candidate
would have a B.S. Degree in an
Engineering or related field with a
minimum of five (5) years experience in a
Quality / Process Engineering related
positions. PC literacy is a must.
Responsibilities will include the
development, implementation and auditing
of multiple quality disciplines including
Standard Operating Procedures (lAW
ISO 9000 Series), Inspection/Plans, gage
requirements, SQC/SPC, material review,
supplier interface, auditing and corrective
action systems. Candidate should have
experience in implementing an ISO
9001:2000 Quality Management System,
ASQ certification is a plus.
We offer a competitive wage and benefit
package. EOE. For confidential
consideration, please send resume to
Bujlov r 1V SE 'gages
Road, Mayo, 32066.

Forklift Mechanic Experienced forklift or
heavy equipment mechanic for Perry and
surrounding areas. Must have tools and
clean driving record. Excellent pay &
benefits. Call Bill 800-340-0451.
Check Station Position 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 $6.67
per hour. Positions begin September 20,
2008. For details call (850) 838-9027 ext.
100, or stop by the Big Bend Field Office
at 663 Plantation Rd. in Perry EO/AA
Advent Christian Village
Do more than work, join a family!
PT staff for various grounds-related
positions in residential community; prior
experience in residential or commercial
lawn care a plus; valid Florida DL required.
CNA direct log-term care staff
FL certificate required; experience
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Corrected Notice of Public Hearing
Hearing Date: October 7, 2008
Subject of Hearing: 1.) Revision to School
Board Policy #5.09 Expulsion of
students. 2.) School Board Policy #7.381
Social Security Numbers
The district school board of Taylor
County will hold a public hearing on the
above dote for approval of said
subject item. This hearing will be held at
the School Board Meeting. The public is
invited to attend to express their
opinions/concerns. The public hearing
will be held at the Administrative
Complex, School Board Meeting Room,
318 North Clark Street. A copy of this
policy may be obtained from the
Superintendent's Office.
Oscar M. Howard Jr.
Superintendent of Schools
09/10, 09/17, 09/24

Notice of Public Meeting and
Notice of Intent to Adopt Budget and
The Big Bend Water Authority announces
a public meeting to which all persons
are invited.. The purpose of the meeting
is the adoption of a balanced budget
and new rate structure for water and
wastewater, which will become
effective on October 1, 2008. The
meeting will be held on Thursday,
September 25, 2008, beginning at 6:00
p.m. at the Steinhatchee Community
Center, 1013 S. Riverside Drive,
Steinhafchee, Florida. More information
or complete copies of the budget or
rate structure may be obtained by
visiting the Authorityis website
("http://bigbendwaterauthority.com") or
by contacting Jo Hiers at 352.498.3576.

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Debt Service $144,000
$ 69,746
Total Expenses $813,745
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Base Rates (includes 3,000 gallons)
Customer Water Wastewater
Residential $23.00 $36.20
Commercial I $23.00 $50.70
Commercial II $75.70 $181.20
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Rates oer aallon (all classifications)

Amount Water Wastewater
3,001-6,000 $2.01 $2.52
6.001-9,000 $2.02 $2.65
9,001-12,000 $2.03 $2.78
12,001-15,000 $2.04 $2.92
15,001 and up $2.10 $3.06

On 7/18/08, Edgewater Broadcasting
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for consent to assign construction permit
for a FM translator to Dockins
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rebroadcasts WKVH Channel 220
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237 with 10 Watts from .38 km NE of CR
100 and Young St, Perry, FL.

The Suwannee River Econolc Council,
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The Taylor County Board of County
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provide the required services must
submit five (5) packages in a sealed
envelope or similar package marked
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and Mapping Services" to the Clerk of
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Taylor County Administrative Complex,
201 East Green Street, Perry, Florida
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108 North Jefferson Street, Suite 102.
Perry, Florida 32347, (850) 838-3506 or
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all Proposals, to cancel or withdraw this
solicitation at any time and waive any
irregularities in the RFQ process. The
County reserves the right to award any
contract to the respondent which it
deems to offer the best overall service;
therefore, the County is not bound to
award any contracts) based on the
lowest quoted price. The County, In Its
sole and absolute discretion, also
reserves the right to waive any minor
defects in the process and to accept
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2003-12. No faxed RFQ's will be
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201 East Green Street
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In the County Court, Third Judicial Circuit,
In and For Taylor County. Florida
Case No. 62-2008-CC-367-00A-01
Christopher Alan Wynn
In Ref: 1999 Ford Ranger XLT
Notice is hereby given that a Petition to
Determine Ownership of a motor
vehicle described as a 1999 Ford
Ranger XLT Vin#1FTYRl4X5XPB57191, has
been filed and you ore required to
serve a copy of your written objections,
if any, on Christopher Alan Wynn, 515 N.
Washington St., Perry, FL 32347 who is the
petitioner, on or before October 15,
2008, and file the original with the Clerk
of the Court either before service on the
petitioner, or immediately thereafter;
otherwise, a default will be entered for
the relief demanded In the petition.
Witness my hand and seal of this court
on the 15th day of September, 2008 at
Taylor County, Florida.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
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co Times September 17, 2008

In the Circuit Court, Third Judicial Circuit,
in and for Taylor County, Florida
Case # 08-592-CP
Probate Division
Notice to Creditors
The administration of the estate of
whose date of death was June 15,
2008, is pending in the Circuit Court for
Taylor County, Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which Is Post Office Box
620, Perry, Fl 32348. The names and
addresses of the personal
representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set forth
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice is required to be
served must file their claims with this
court within the later of 3 months after
the time of the first publication of this
notice or 30 days after the date of
service of a copy of this notice on
All other creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate
must file their claims with this court within
3 months after the date of the first
publication of this notice.
All claims not filed within the time periods
set forth in section 733.702 of the Florida
Probate Code will be forever barred.
Notwithstanding the time periods set
forth above, any claim filed two (2)
years or more after the decedent's
date of death is barred.
The date of first publication of this notice
is September 10, 2008.
Cloy Milton Calloway
2569 Dennis Howell Rd.
Perry, FL 32347
Angela M. Ball, Attorney for Petitioner
FL Bar No.: 0796557
Post Office Box 734
Perry, Florida 32348

,ci; la Times September 17, 2008

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 29:
Henry Ellis Bolden, 22, 108 Sandra
Street, VOP (leaving scene, DWLS), FTA
(pre-trial conference, no valid driver's
license, willful/wanton reckless driving,
DUI), Deputy Cruse, TCSO.
Michael Scott Pierce, 43, 2845 Foley
Cut Off Road, failure to report residence
change (sex offender), Inv. Lee, TCSO.
William D. Stephens, 39, 2395
Highway 221 N., VOP (DWLS/R), Sgt.
Ricketson, TCSO.
John Vicks, 21, 110 Williams Street,
VOP (possession of cocaine with intent
to sell), Inv. Anderson, PPD.
Anthony W. Tomlinson, 41, 10189
Puckett Road, fleeing a police officer,
DWLS, Deputy Upshaw, TCSO.
Homer Allen, 51, 2794 Glover Carlton
Road, failure to register/sex offender,
Deputy Upshaw, TCSO.

July 30:
Tamera Elaine Middleton, 38, 129
Dowling Street, grand theft III, Inv. Lee,
Stacey Ryan Hathcock, 29, 2370
Barney Lane, introduction or removal of
contraband at prison, no officer given.
John L. Crocker, Jr., 26, 1611 S.
Givens Street, VOP (retail theft), Ptl.
Deeson, PPD.
Robert Thomas Strother, 31, Pheonix
City, Ala., DWLS, Trooper Ernst, FHP.
Lisa Ray Nealy, 34, 4065 Sue
Pridgeon Road, FTA (possession of drug
paraphernalia), Ptl. Norris, PPD.
William J. Ward, 27, 1137 Kays Drive,
VOP (worthless checks), Deputy
McKenzie, TCSO.
Lachadrick McBride, 29, 105 N.
Beverly Street, sale of cocaine, FTA
(DWLS), Deputy Blue, TCSO.
Nino B. White, 37, 502 Lipton
Lane, VOP (grand theft III), no officer
July 31:
Kayla Robin Brinson, 19, 210 S.
Magnolia, VOP (possession of drug
paraphernalia), Ptl. Norris, PPD.


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Animal Shelter

Aug. 1:
Timothy Collins, 45, 119 Goff Street,
possession of cocaine, possession of
drug paraphernalia, Sgt. Gray, PPD.
Betty Sue Thomley, 55, 15692
Seagrese Drive, trespass, Ptl. Campbell,
James Farrill, 23, 8263 Morsan,
possession of cocaine, possession of
drug paraphernalia, DWLS/R, Sgt. Gray,
Terrance D. Ford, 24, 506 W. Willow
Street, VOP (possession of less than 20
grams cannabis), Deputy Upshaw,
Jaworski Upshaw, 28, 1613 Woodard
Street, disorderly conduct, Ptl. Cash,
Amber McGuire, 26, 116 E. Dove
Road, battery, Ptl. Griffin, PPD.
Kirtus Justin Bradshaw, 26, 2876 Goff
Course Road, battery, Deputy Burford,
Aug. 4:
Jeffery Sadler, 19, 807 E. Paige Street,
VOP (grand theft III), Ptl. Cordova, PPD.
Jonathan Lee Davis, 22, Lakeland,
DWLS/R, Trooper Kennard, FHP.
Christopher Lee Hauser, 21, Valrico,
passing worthless checks, Deputy
Padgett, TCSO.
Alicia Nicole Home, 34, 1535 Roberts
Aman Road, grand theft, Deputy
Bowden, TCSO.
Jeffery Sadler, 19, 807 East Paige
Street, DWLS (knowingly), Ptl. Cordova,
Aug. 5:
Tony Leniol Gilbert, 30, Mayo, VOP
(DUI, possession of drug paraphernalia),
Deputy Gulbrandsen, TCSO.
Kristi Andreson, 31, 2084 Dice Road,
battery, Deputy Upshaw, TCSO.
Christopher Aaron Touchton, 20, 269
Bradshaw Blvd., FTA (affray), Deputy
Burford, TCSO.
Jesse Lindsey Salmons, 52, 6400 U.S.
19 S., sexual battery on child under 12,
Inv. Lee, TCSO.
Aug. 8:
Kennie Lee Miller, 47, 1302 Schwartz
Street, FTA (DWLS/R), Deputy Murphy,

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