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Place of Publication: Perry Fla
Creation Date: November 10, 2006
Publication Date: 1958-
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    Section B: Entertainment
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    Section B: Looking Back
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Final sign-up for
Upward Basketball
The final sign-up period and
evaluation nights for Upward
BasKetball will be held nexi week,
Nov 13, 14 and 16.
"These are the last three nights
parents can register their Children for
the program," co-coordinator Wade
Goodman said.
Everyone *ho has already
registered must attend one of Irie
three evaluation nights nex't *eeK
tper assigned schedule).

City observes
Alzheimer's
Awareness Week
The City of Perry will observe its
first Aineirner's Awareness Week
Nov 12-17. to help raise
understanding of Alzheimer's and
related dementia.
Events during the week will include
free memory screenings, caregiver
educalicin and counseling services.
For more informalion contact
Vanessa Byrd with the Ai,,heimers
Rural Care Healtriline at 866-7 8-
2724

'Coping with
the holidays'
Covenant Hospice will present the
seminar "Coping *ifn the Holidays"
Wednesday, Nov. 15, at the Taylor
County Senior Citizens Center I rom
2-4 p m.
Registration is required for this Iree
senolar.
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the joy of the Christnias
season at Sunday's open
house.

Hohoho!
Merry Christmas
Christmas is here ... at least in
downtown Perry where mercriants
will Most a holiday open Mouse
Sunday, Hov 12, Irorn 1-6 p.m.
Activities will include storytelling
in Katie's Courtyard, lIvP_
entert3inryieni. retreshrrienis and a
Etrolling Santa.

Football banquet
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have a new vote on a second unit if
ever it arises in the future. But
again, We have no plans for a
second uni t," McCain said.
Rather "than approve the new
land use category with the
amendment at Monday's meeting,
County Attorney Conrad Bishop
recommended that the public
healing be continued to a future
meeting- and re-advertised to the
public.
The county commission has
scheduled a special meeting on
Monday, Nov. 20, beginning at 5
p.m. The twci agenda items for the
meeting are both related to the
Taylor Energy Center.
"We believe our cbminitment
should address the county
commission's interests, and we
look forward to the Nov. 20 special
meeting," McCain said.


A Taylor Energy Center
spokesman said Thursday that the
utilit.N. is, not planning any
additional po%% er plants here but is"
Willing ic) be leplly bound to
couniN comnuision approval
should [hat position ever
change.
"\Ve are seekine one, and, only
one pcmer plant unit on this site,"
Mark McCain. spokesman for the
project, aid Thursday.
Al Monda\-'s, hearing,
Coiriniis-ioner J ack Brown
epre,;sed support for the coal
plant. although he wanted the
C Ount\ commission to have a
decl,Ion-rnaking role inahy future
po%%er plant.
''To addre- Commissioner
Bro%% n's sueoe-;fion. we are willing
to put a commkinent in the
ordinance and be legally bound to


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man. He made one call from the
camp and I could hear in his
voice, a maturity that wasn't
there when he left," Gwen said.
Just 20 1 when he joined the
corps, PaW would -spend a yCar
stationed in North Carolina
.before receiving or4ers lo
Vietnam.
were li% ing in
Jacksonville at the time, and
they let. him come'home for a
few weeks. I knew then that
meant he was leaving. He told
me 'Mama, I'll be back. I wou't
be gone long'."
Once overseas. letters were
their only means of
communications.
"He- neer discussed any
actual combat, but was upbeat
and would generalize about his
circumstances," Ray said.
"He w&nted to P-eL back to
Mama's cooking," G%%en added.
In one of the letters, Paul
wrote he would be taking
"R&R" leave in Hong Kong.
While there, be was able to
call home.
"Mv sister was staying with
US at that unie and answered the
phone. Site heard i man's voice
and said to us,'Sorne nut says he
is calling you from Hong
Kong'," Gwen said.
"it was the last time we talked
with him."
A few weeks later, on May 5,


TaN lor School District Director
of ln-[ruc[jon %\anda Kemp gave a
presentation 10 the Taylor County
School Board at Tuesday night's
meenrigy. outlining proposed
c hanoe it-) the Student Progression
Plan i SPP i.
Kemp e\plained that there were
Department of Education changes,
legilatj\e chanVe. and,,district
change,;.
"Readmg mu-r be district's top
in,[rucuonal priority," she said,
I "and real] ng must be taught using
a scientitic research-based model,
and onlN research-valid
instructional materials and
pra,:LJCOs- can be purchased and
used. Fortunately for Taylor
COUMN. that has beenthe school's
top priorii Ni nce Oscar Howard Jr.
became .Uperintendent, and' our
readin- -;corc- continue to improve
each Car."
ACjderuic Improvement Plans
are no loneer roquired by state law,
but -chook in this county will
connnUe it.) de% elop AIPs on every
[udent belo\% !iirade level, at least
durinlo Lfii ;chool Near.
,e %eral Plan mandates

frorn ;taie legislation were added
to the SPP. including:
Career education, which is now
mandated for middle school
,iudera,. beginning 6th grade;
Middle -chools must offer a
hic7 ih chool math course for high
,chool credit Taylor County
Middle School i, offering Algebra
I for eligible ;tudencs;
Graduaiion requirements will
chan-e nem s,,:hool year for
incornino i rehmen. All studgrits,
bei7inning neXL school year, must
earn t0Ur math ciedits to graduate
%\ith a iandjrd high school
diplorn.i. Three were required


0.5 or less).
Several district revisions were
made, including: summer reading
camp, which Will be mandatory for
all students in grades 3, 5, and 8
who score Level I (lowest level.
out of. five) in reading on F CAT.
Students must attend an intensive
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A Hudson '(Fla.) man who
escaped from deputies taking him
for his first appearance before the
county jddge and locked himself
in a Chevy Blazer parked nearby
has been sentenced to two years in
prison and ordered to pay $2,600
in fines. .
Scott Lee Phillips, 20, was
spotted by Perry Police
Department Ptl. Wesley Cooper,
speeding on 'Hwy,. 19 south, just
after ruidnight, last April.
Phillips attempted to outrun
Cooper, reaching speeds nearing
120 mph.
Once apprehended and during a
subsequent interview, Phillips, told
Cooper that he had no drivers'
license or identification, but that
his name was John Cristor. When
Cooper checked the vehicle's
identification, it was learned that it
had been stolen out of Pinellas
County.
"While looking throuah the
van's contents, I found several


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you-can-eat shrimp.' d JI) Rkng, (.the
And instead of letting the tail's N1fW1itbs!v-h,Jiis.1` 'q.'ho'rne
pile high cin her plate, Gwen ....au4 koIdAqq,. Rp _mieoscd lbe
Evans placed the incriniinating.
leftovers onto her son's plate sc,.,. k--Marjn C'orpi, he
that it looked like he vi,.is tfic one'
putting away so rniuch the
tasty s eafoocL
It was an action sure'tol caus'e,
Paul Raymond Evans to, flaslil' Ile lell a duly
the easy-going griq that sat Isc.L.
Well on his face. lo his counirv
That dinner was the last o4e,_-.,
Nut shared with his family, and'-,
(he illernt-xy of LhIat oh- so- and lie slood up
ordinary tease berivee'll a inotbe't:.. for il. He didnVI
and her son was a good one. -
Darker memories would
overtake the fwnily just ti&., have lo oro. bul
months later when news atrived'
that Paul had been kit 10, M lie fell he had an
acbon in Vietnam. A 6' 'was one,
month a%%,aN- from' his 22nd,.'i oblioralion lo
birthday.
Paul was at the end of his
second vear of college when be..
joined the Marine.r. a mo%eEhgt' .1
surprised his career- Navy'f6ther" was just
and mother. S M4Wn$- e fel L.was ibe right
"He had such a gentle nature,,- -tln-q
that I just couldn't picture him tiri R-- bxplidneJ. "146 fell A duly
combil," recafled his father, Ray: io ';'qd'un:rry 'and lie stood up
Evans. forAt,"He didn't'bave to go', but
"When he was a -senior in high he felthd, -had. an obligation to
school, I took him to sea -for a fulfill.". .
week on the Navy ship I "Our soil was a little boy
coninianded. I hoped that he wben he left for boot camp, but
%%ould choose to enter the Nhvv, -when: he carne back, he was a


Funding' for shuttle. service cuts erics reduced


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Parent;s of students with less


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way, which raised approximately
$500 a month.
"We may even want to consider
raising. the fare a small amount. I
hate doing that as the majority of
the riders are elderly but I would
rather do that than have no
shuttle," Cox said.
According to FDOT
representatives, there are no grants
available at this time for this type
of funding, she added.
I am aware of two foundations
where we may be able to come up
with $1,000 from each. We have a
total budget of approximately
$18,000 remaining."
By reducing the shuttle to three
days a week, shuttle costs should
run about $2,500 a month and


would extend the program to
approximately August of 2007,
versus January if nothing was
changed, Cox said.
These changes will not affect
several other transportation
programs including those for
disadvantaged veterans, Medicaid
and Healthy Start.
Commissioner Pat Patterson
made a motion to accept Cox's
recommendation to reduce the
program to three days and
Commissioner Jack Brown
seconded. Brown also suggested
the commission send a letter to
Workforce Development to
reconsider the decision to halt
fundina. The measLire passed
unanimously.


Taylor County residents who
rely on the Big Bend Transit
shuttle face having that service cut
short.
The daily Big Bend Transit
shuttle program will be reduced to
three days a week after funding
was withdrawn for the program by
the regional Worktorce
Development board.
County Grants Coordinator
Melody Cox told commissioners
of the funding issue at their
meeting Monday and asked for
direction on how to ensure the
program's viability through the end
of the fiscal year.
"Two years ago we were
awarded a grant for $75,000 from
Florida. Department of


Transportation (FDOT) for the
operation of the daily Big Bend
Transit shuLtle program," Cox*
said.
The FDOT grant was a one-time
grant for small counties to develop,
a local transit system, she added.
"Workforce Development
provided a match of $75,000.
When the funds ran out Taylor
County Board of Commissioners
or some other source would be
responsible for the local transit
system.
"Taylor County had funds
through 2007 for the local transit
system until I Workforce
Devilopment withdrew their
regional support. Jefferson County
has reduced their shuttle to three


days a week and it is my
understanding Madison County
may not offer the shuttle service
after 2006."
Cox said she did not ask for-
additional funding during recent
budget talks for the current fiscal
year (which runs through Sept. 30,
2007), because she was not aware
of the funding loss from Workforce
Development.
"FDOT let us waiver the match
required to give us time to come up
with a solution while using the
money we had left from them. The
board approved this waiver July
The daily shuttle costs an
average of $4,200 per month.
Riders pay a fare of $0.50 each


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Student progr session.


Paul Rayrribnd,6'ang-n`4- ",e-,VW4 A,
War. Memorial-l in thfrg.. .-W I al;o
remembered alo' &Idi`othbrAq jd(Ois d'- K-illed, in
action at a.dedicateO wdbsIfA.bAIleO'-.'rrhO Vlttfail.W*11."



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i rto war. They are our nation's newest veterans, fighting to
.iP.wipe out the seeds of terrorism. Each of them leaves a
1 i ; .family behind. Every neighborhood has someone serving.
4. 4 c As we steel ourselves for a long and difficult war, the sight
I^ ^ .:of Blue Star Banners in homes will remind us of the personal
sacrifices being made to preserve our way of life.
S : This Veterans Day, we urge all Americans to remember
I" to "" those in uniform today, as well .as the veterans of
"io generations past. Their sacrifice to preserve freedom and
..opportunity for us alldeserves our heartfelt thanks.
those,, in'uniform today'," as we"l"-''a' t'hev tra so


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Grief, pain never go away


Bless our troops
Lc. Cpl. Eric Michael Hodge of the .United States Marines,
lifelong resident of Taylor County, was deployed Sept. 5, to
the Marine base in Djibouti, Africa. He. will be in Africa for
at least seven months. Anyone who would like to send a care
package or an encouraging letter can send it to: Lc. Cpl. Hodge
Eric, Unit 73000 1st Section, 5th PSC, APO AE 09363.


Suspect 'cleared out'


ESCAPEE
Continued from page 1
letters inside which was addressed
to Phillips," Cooper said.
The officer than entered Phillips'
name in the, Driver and Vehicle
Information Database (D.A.V.I.D.)
and was able. to retrieve a
photo, which matched the
suspect.-
Phillips was taken to the county
jail where he was charged with
grand theft, aggravated fleeing and
attempting to elude, 'reckless,,
driving with property damage,
resisting arrest without violence,
theft, giving a false name to a law
enforcement officer, VOP
(possession ,of cocaine), and a
hold for Pinellas County.
Later that day, around noon,.
officers with Taylor County


Sheriff's Office escorted 12
prisoners from the Taylor CounLi
Jail for their first appearance
before County Judge Stephen
"Buddy" Murphy, when Phillips
darted away from them, jumping-
into a Chevy Blazer parked nearby,
and locking himself inside.
Numerous officers from PPD
and TCSO conerged on the scenc.
placing theu cir -< so Phillips could
not lea% e.
Officers had the Blazer
surrounded. with guns drawn,
when TCSO Lt. Audie Towles
instructed officers to get some
"Clear Out" (a spray used, by law
enforcement to make someone
"clear out" of an area such as a
vehicle',.
The spray was used and Phillips
opened the door and % as taken into
cusitd) : "


DEATH
Continued from page 1
1968, Paul and every other Marine
in his squad--except for one who
was not there--was killed in a
nighttime attack.
"Five Marines were killed and
20 enemy. A -number of soldiers
were wounded. Skirmishes were
the order of the day if you were in
the field," Ray said.
"We .wrote to his platoon
commander for more information,
but he was new to the unit and
couldn't tell us too much. The
details of what happened are just
very sketchy.-"
Gwen recalls clearly the day
they received the news of Paul's
death.
"I was walking home from the
beauty shop when my daddy came
up in the car and wanted to drive
me home. I said, 'no,' that I wanted
to finish my walk.
"I walked in, saw. the three men-
and didn't have to ask. I just knew,"
she said.
The three men were two Marines
(a major and a sergeant) and a
preacher from the neighborhood.
"I was at work at the time and
was .able to get home just a few
minutes later," Ray said.
They received news of their
son's, death two days after it
occurred. It. would be another 10
days before his body arrived home
for burial.
Afterward, the couple made an
effort to' visit other families in
Jacksonville who had lost loved
ones in combat.
"We felt it was our duty to go to
these families, because if they
were hurting, like I was..." Gwen
said.
The grief, she adds, "is
something you never get over and
there is always some pain, but it is
something we can handle now. I
didn't handle it well for many
years. I'm happy now' and I wasn't
for a long time."


A combat death, is "not like
other deaths," Ray said. "We've all
.experienced the' death of a loved-
one. But this is something
different. You wish. it hadn't
happened and we've had people
ask, 'Don't you wish he (Paul) had
gone to Canada (and not into
service)?' Absolutely not."


Gwen, who said she pictures
Paul as. a little boy in her mind's
eye, added, "He knew we were
proud of him and we are proud of
him still."
At the time of his death, Paul
had already applied to extend his
tour of duty in Vietnam, even
though his first year of service was


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center: Brian, Jessica, Katie & Bailey; front: Iris)


not yet over.
"That tells me he felt what he
was doing was the right thing. In
the past year, I've known three
people in their early twenties who
have died seemingly for nothing. I
feel like my son died trying to do
something for somebody else. His
'death had a purpose," Ray said.


Everyone has the
right to impartial
representation by
your elected officials
regardless of whom
you voted for.

Thanks to Richard
Schwab for running
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Know your snakes!


The Perry Garden Club will
hold its, regular meeting on
Wednesday, Nov. 15, at 9:45 a.m.
Lori Nickholson from St. Marks
Wildlife Refuge Operation will
speak on "Snakes--Good, Bad and
Ugly." White Elephant items \ ill
*be available for viewing at 9 a.m.


If you think "red" when you
think Christmas, then you'll know
it's the holidays when you enter
the home of Bobby and Lynda
Edwards on this year's Christmas
Tour of Homes Sunday, Dec. 3.
The Edwards' bright "fire
engine red" kitchen is a focal point
of the home which was designed
with family and entertaining in
mind. Although Bobby takes
credit for choosing the color,
Lynda is credited with designing
the room which is appointed with'
black appliances, accented by
honey oak cabinets sporting black,
charcoal and tan counter tops.
But before you find the kitchen,
you'll be greeted at the 3100
square-foot-home by an oval,
glass front door, and Lynda's
decorations which pay homage to
the changing seasons, from
summer, fall and Easter to
Christmas.
Located on State Street, the
home is designed with three
bedrooms and two baths., It also
features an office, a formal living
room and a spacious lanul) room


New Arrival
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Jumelia Lee and Linc Murphy of Perry announce the birth of their son;
Jordan Tanner Murphy, on Sept. 20, 2006, at 9:24 p.m. in Tallahassee
Memorial Hospital. The new arrival weighed 5 pounds, 12 ounces, and
was 18.5 inches long. .
Maternal grandparents are Melody Evans and Thomas Lee. Maternal.
great grandparents are Wilma Brown, the late Joe Brown, Faye and Alvin
Lee.
The baby's paternal grandparents are Judy Murphy and the late Larry,
Murphy. His paternal great grandparents are Ruth and Ponce Morgan.
I Brothers and sisters of the new arrival are Garrett Willis, Morgan,
Megan and Larry Murphy.


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ceilings, recessed lighting and a
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overlooks the pool and hot tub.
While the hallways and kitchen
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addition to the historical
Greystone, built in 1904, which
now serves as Christopher James'
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Tickets for the tour are $15 and
can be purchased in advance from
any member of the Perry Woman's
Club.
The tour begins at 1 p.m. and
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Monday kick-off slated

for Relay for Life 2007
The American Cancer Society invites individuals who want to honor
cancer survivors (anyone who has ever been diagnosed with cancer) or pay
tribute to those who have lost their battle with cancer to join its Relay For
Life of Perry Kick-Off Rally Monday, Nov. 13, at the Perry Woman's Club
beginning at 6:30 p.m.
The rally is an opportunity for members of the community to gather
together to celebrate the beginning of the Relay For Life season that will
conclude on April 27-28 when the Relay For Life of Perry event takes
place at the Taylor County High School track.
Members of the communitN are invited to attend the kick-off to sign-up
a Relay team, register as an honored surx itvor or just to learn more about
Relay. The ladies of the Red Hat Society will begin their Relay fundraising
endeavors by selling dinners at $5 per person that will include chili,
sandwich aind a drink. Members from
St. James Episcopal Church will be joining in on the fund-raising by
selling desserts at $2 each.
Relax for Life is an o'erright, community fund-raising celebration
where individuals and teams camp, out, barbecue, dance and take turns
walking around a track relay-style while raising funds to fight cancer. At
nightfall, participants will light hundreds of luminaries around the track in.
a moving ceremony to honor cancer survivors as well as friends and
family members lost to the disease. The American Cancer Society's Relay
for Life represents hope that those lost to cancer will never be forgotten,
that those who face cancer \\ill be supported., and that one day cancer will
be eliminated.



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Dear Citizens of District II and Taylor
County,
Thank you so much for your support. It
has been a humbling experience. I appreciate
all who voted and accepted me into their
homes to discuss the issues. We have a lot
On the horizon for this great county and I
ask for your prayers and support as we make
decisions that will affect our future and
future generations. Once again, thank you
for your overwhelming support.
Thank You!
Mark Wiggins

PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT, PAID AND APPROVED BY MARK WIGGINS,
COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT II.



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Fishing 2006 cagers a mix of d, new


o water is working


By PAT McGRIFF
"One More Cast Guide Service
WHEWI!! The W-I-N-D has
been working overtime here lately
at Keaton Beach, dropping water
temperatures down to as low as 51
degrees Saturday morning and
dropping boats in the mud and
dropping anglers back at the dock
sooner than they planned.
The trout and reds toughed it out
though, as some of those who
braved the weather solved the
puzzle and they caught some fish.
More, however, had a hard time
than those who had limits.
Jeff Johnson of Thomasville,.
Ga., with Mike and Neal Johnson,
both of Macon, Ga.,'had their
.limit of 15 trout each day
Thursday through Saturday.
.'Thursday they caught fish on just
about anything they. threw out
there; but not a bunch on any one
t pattern or bait. They mixed it up
with some-caoming in on live
pinfish under oval Cajuns; some
ate Assassin plastic under .ajuns.
They got several fish on jerkbaits
(Renegades) and a few on topwater
(Super Zara Spooks). Friday, the
water temperature dropped around
10 degrees and this trio fished with
Crodell Redfins in 3-4 feet of
water to land all of their trout. The
bite was all from 11 a.m. to 4:30
p.m.
Saturday; however, all the rules
changed as the trout which


wouldn't. take a plug now, decided
to wait 'til 4 p.m., for this crew,
and they caught 12 of their 1.5
trout in about an hour. Jeff said.
they fished 11.5 hours to finally.
get a limit. Whew, that is a long
day on the water in 15-25 knot
winds! .
Salurda) my crew from
Chicago, Ill., Ed Fenlin, Tim,
Thometz and Ron Casas went
without a keeper from 11 to'2:15
p.m. then we caught 12 keepers in .
an hour and a half. We caught all
our keepers on live pinfish under a
Cajun Thunder from 4.5-5. ft of
water.
Mickey Wheeler hadchis limit in
under two hours Saturday
morning, getting out there early
(when no one else could). MIicku,l
used .the Bite-A-Bait 'tiglner"
plugs in gold/blueback and
gold/orange belly in less than 2.5
feet of water. Mickey took his
wife, Debbie, out Saturday'and
they managed a limit, again on
gold Bite-A-Bait fighters, in less
than 2 feet of water.'
Audley Catalano of Rabid
Mullet Guide Service had two men
from North Gegoria,(sorry I don't
have the names) and they managed
their limit of 15 trout, while
using live mudminnows and
killifish, under Cajuns, again,,
experiencing the bite from 2-4
p.m.
Offshore? Forget about it!


The Taylor County Boys
basketball team is in full practice
and looking to the upcoming
season with cautious optimism.
The Dogs will be a mix of
familiar faces and newcomers:
when they take the court Tuesday
night for the annual Chiles High
School tip-off tournament:. So far,
Coach John Davies is impressed,
b\ vhal he sees..
"It's early yet, but so far I
cannot say enough about the
chemistry and focus of this team,
On the court early, ready to go,
full speed in all drills. It's been a
great start to our full practices," he
said.
Taylor will rely on returning
seniors Marquis Ellis and Jabaree
Williams, both of whom started
for the Dogs last season and were
instrumental in their 22-7 district
championship run. Added to the
mix'are transfers Timothy Miller
(from Seattle) and James Dukes.
(Miami), both' seniors.
Sophomores Curtis Jones and

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10 Low 10:41 PM 1.8 ,
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Fiscal Years Beginning July 1, 2007.- June 30, 2012
The Florida Department of Transportanon (FDOT IW istfict TA.'u.aninounces a public
-hearing (Tentative Work Program for Fiscal Years beginning July 1, 2007, through
June 30, 2012) to which all persons are invited to attend and be heard. Assistance for
disabled persons may be arranged by contacting Mr. Bill Henderson, District1Planning
& Environmental Manager, Lake City District Office at 1-800-749-2967 at least ten
(10) days in advance of the Public Hearing.

Live Oak Hearing: Specific notice is provided to the County Commissions for
Hamilton, Lafayette, Madison, Suwannee, and Taylor counties serving as MPO for
their respective counties.

DATE AND TIME: Tuesday, November 28, 2006, at 5:30 p.m.
PLACE* Suwannee River Water Management District, Board Room #103
9225 County Road 49, Live Oak, Florida

The proposed program has been. developed in accordance %\ i th the Civil Rights Act of
1964, and the Civil Rights Act of 1968. Under Title VI Program and Related Statutes
of the United States Civil Rights Act any persons) or beneficiary who believes they
have been subjected to discrimination because of race, color, religion, sex, age,
national origin, disability or familial status may file a written complaint to the Florida
Department of Transportation's Equal Opportunity Office in Tallahassee or contact the
District's Administrative Compliance Monitor in Lake City, Florida:

Central Office: Florida Department of Transportation, Equal Opportunity Office,
605 Suwannee Street Mail Ststion 65, Tallahassee, FL 32399-0450
District Office: Florida Department 'of Transportation, District Two
Administrative Compliance Monitor, 1109 South Marion Avenue Mail Station 2016,
Lake City, FL 32025-5874

This Public Hearing is being conducted pursuant to "Section 339.135(4)(c), Florida
Statutes, to consider the Department's Tentative Work Program for the Fiscal Years
2007-08 through 2011-12, and to consider the necessity of making any changes to the
Program.

Written comments from the MPOs, Commissions and other interested parties will be
received by the Department at the Public Hearing and within ten days thereafter,
Comments should be addressed to:
Charles W. Baldwin, RE,, District Secretary
Florida Department of Transportation, District Two
1109 South Marion Ave., Lake City, FL 32025-5874
Telephone 1-800-749-2967
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Matt Burrell are also ,figuring
heavily into-Davies'.plans.
"We go very deep.this year,"
said Davies, whose roster includes
several varsity returners. "In the
Chiles tournament, we will go
with a pre-scripted sub pattern,
making sure everyone gets plenty
of playing time and shows what
.they can do. We'll run e' erything
we do for a certain number of
minutes and then assess where we
are. It important to use this tip-off
to our best' advantage. It is the
only opportunity we'll have to get
a look at our players in a
competitive environment before
our regular season starts after
Thanksgiving," he added.
In addition to the new players,
the 2006-2007 season reunites the
coaching, team of Davies and
Assistant Vjrsi-i Head JV Coach
IDan Anderson. Davies and:
Anderson came to Perry together
in 1995-96 and coached the Dogs.'
to the District title in 1999-2000.:,-
"I am excited to have Dan back '*'
on the staff," said Davies. "He has'
always shared my desire to build
Taylor into a perennial winner.
Dan is so knowledgeable and well-
organized, it's great to have him r
back."
Ini addition to a full schedule,
Taylor has been invited back to

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Re l I A-7 Perry News-Herald November 10-11, 2006 9:30am Sunday School
10:45 am Morning Worship Wednesday
S ,, -" 6:00 pm Evening Worship Discipleship Training 6:00 pm
n 8:00 pm Adult Choir Practice Programs & Bible Study for all ages! -
Gospel groups sing in Perry this weekend Bring the Whole Family
sing at Pleasant Grove Calvary Baptist Youth meet each Monday Night 6:00 pm.
Start your shopping Saturday! Telestials sing at Pleasant Grove AllH area youth are invited.


Don't forget the Holiday Craft Bazaar on Saturday in the Parish Hall of
the Catholic Church of the Immaculate Conception, located at 2750 S.
Byron Butler Parkway. The bazaar begins at 8:30 a.m. and continues until
1 p.m. offering holiday decorations, gift items and homemade baked
goods. Coffee will be provided free of charge to shoppers. '
The bazaar will also feature a special "Santa Shop" where children can
shop for themselves or family members. Donations will also be taken for
chances on a small television set, basket of goodies, and pillow-and-throw
set. Everyone is welcome!
Anniversaries will be celebrated


By B.D. WILLIAMS
' On Sunday, Nov. 12, New
Brooklyn Missionary Baptist
Church and the Rev. Donald
McBride, pastor, will be having its
church and pastor's anniversary.
The pastor's anniversary will start at
11 a.m. and the church anniversary
at 3 p.m. with Pastor Tony Graham
of Antioch Missionary Baptist
Church and his congregation 'in
charge of the service.
The Women's World Day of
Prayer had an enjoyable, spirit-
filled service on Monday night.
Services began at 7 p.m. at New
Bethel M.B. Church with the Rev.
J. Knight serving as pastor. The
attendance was good. All churches
that were present played an active


part in the meeting. Closing prayer
was offered by the Rev. Izell
Montgomery Jr.
Let us attend the noon prayer
meetings at Stewart Memorial
Church, Christian Tabernacle,
Church of God of Prophecy, and
St. Peter's P.B. Church,
Citywide Mission will be hosted
by Little Sti -John M-B. Church,
Sunday Nov. 12, at 2:30 p.m. All
members are asked to be present.
The Citywide Mission
Anniversary will be at the New
Brooklyn M.B. Church, Monday,
Nov. 27, at 7 p.m. All 12 churches
will be represented with a special
presentation. Come and share this
glorious event with us.
Refreshments will be served.


Obituary b
Walter Joseph Anderson O'Steen of Lee, Billie Jo Ritter of
Walter Joseph Anderson, 62, Dowling Park, Yvonne Giles and
died Nov. 2, 2006, at North Florida Rita Rabon, both of Mayo, and
Regional Medical Center in Sandy Harper of Lura\ille; three
Gainesville. brothers; three sisters; 27
Mr. Anderson was a lifelong grandchildren; and 12 great
resident of Mayo and a member of grandchildren.
New Hope Baptist Church. He had Funeral services were held
worked as a truck driver for SundayNov. 5,ai2 p.m. at Burns
Badcock Home Furnishings for 29 MNlorgan Chapel with Charlie
years before retiring. Walker officiating.-
Survivors include: his wife, Interment followed at Bethany
Betty Anderson of Mayo; five Cemetery.
sons, Roy Meade and James Family members received
Meade, both of Perry, Randy friends Saturda. from 6-8 p.m at
Rabon of Chipley, James Rabon of Joe P. Burns Funeral Home of
Bonifay, and Hugh Murray of Mayo, which was in charge of
Branford; five daughters, Brenda arrangements.

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Pleasant Grove Baptist Church will host The Telestials on Sunday, Nov.
12, during the 11 a.m. worship hour. This group, established back in '1963
as The Harmony Trio, has merited Dove Award nominations and topped
the charts with "He Was. Thinking of Me" and "One Day." Pastor Danny
Lundy cordially invites everyone to attend.
Bibletones perform at Perry Church of God
The Bibletones. Quartet of Gulfport, Miss., will minister in song this
Sunday, Nov. 12, at 6 p.m. in the Perry Church of God. Pastor Robert
Kirkland invites everyone to enjoy an evening of Southern Gospel music.
Two revivals scheduled
Glorious Rain Church of God of Prophecy will begin revival services
Thursday which continue through Sunday nightly at 7. Bishop Marcus
Rolle from Atlanta; Ga., will be the featured speaker.
Living Word Ministries, located at 606 Colson St., will hold revival
services Nov. 13-17 at 7 p.m. Bishop Enoch Allen of Cocoa will speak.

Card of Thanks


Cruce
The family of Mrs. Nanc- Cruce
would like to extend their heartfelt
gratitude to the folks of this
wonderful community. Your
prayers, kind words, visits, food,
flowers and fellowship were heart
warming and appreciated. Special
thanks to the folks at Marshall


Health for the loving care they
gave to our mother, to Friendship
Baptist Church for always keeping
our mother on the prayer list and
for visiting her, and- to Charity
Baptist Church for their food and
prayers. '
S* Thanks,
The Cruce Family


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TDC has open board seats


fThe Tourism Development
Council (TDC) is seeking
interested individuals who work in
the tourism industry or for a motel


in Taylor County who would be
interesting in serving on the TDC
board.
Interested parties should contact


Dawn Taylor at the Chamber of
Commerce at 584-5366.
The TDC meets the first
Wednesday of every month.


On progression plan



Public hearing Dec. 12


PROGRESSION PLAN
Continued from page 1
summer reading camp, have
successful participation, and score
at or above the 50th percentile on a
norm-referenced test in order to be
promoted to the next grade. This
will be the only summer school
offered, except for high school
students needing credit for
r.d u ijtion or remediation with
'CAT.
The GED Exit Option program
Will be offered by the district to


eligible students.
"The program is a promising'
high school graduation option for
students who are behind in, their
credits," Kemp said.
Taylor County High School will
not award. honors program weight
to a Florida Virtual School course
unless that course is also offered as
an honors course at TCHS.
The literacy class at Taylor
County High School is mandatory
for all 9th and 10th grade students.
Reading grading policy 'for
kindergarten, first and second


grade has been revised..
Kindergarten students will either
have a grade of "Adequate
Progress" of "Not Adequate.
Progress."
First and second graders will
have a numerical grade, as well as
"Adequate Progress" or "Not
Adequate Progress," beginning the'
second nine weeks.
A public hearing "on the
proposed Student Progression Plan
will be held at Dec. 12, at 6 p.m.,
in' the board room. Parents and
guardians are invited to attend.


h/ Tuesday's election,
Mr. Rudolph Parker
1iWs elected b'y the
voters of the 4th
District. Regardless of
thle f Outcome. I a1n
sincerel' Ihumbled by
the support and iwell
i'islies of many friends.


I wish to congratulate Mr. Parker in his victory and wish him God's
Richest blessings in his term of service on the County Commission. Our
nation practices this great exercise in freedom and self-government every
few years and this experience has brought me a greater respect for our
system of government and my hometown.

Thank you for your support.

God bless America and our hometown.


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NOTICE OF

LAND USE CHANGES
The Board of County Commissioners of Taylor County, Florida, proposes to regulate the use of land within the area as on
the map below by amending the text and Future Land Use Plan,Map of the Taylor County Comprehensive Plan, hereinafter
referred to as the Comprehensive Plan, as follows:
(1) CPA 05-5, an application by Mike Lawson, as agents for Buckeye Florida, L.P. and Foley Timber and Land Company,
to amend the Future Land Use Plan Map of the Comprehensive Plan changing the future land use classification from
Agriculture-1 (AG- 1, 1 dwelling unit per 20 acres ) and Agriculture-2 (AG-2, 1 dwelling unit per 10 acres) to Electric
Power Generating Facility-2 (EPGF-2) which allows solid fuel (i.e. coal powered) power plants with more than 50 permanent
employees for property described, as follows: A parcel of land lying in Sedtiois 35 and 36, Township 4 South, Range 8
East, and Sections 30, 31 and 32, Township 4 South, Range 9 East, and Sections 5 and 6, Township 5 South, Range 9 East,
and Sections 1 and 2, Township 5 South, Range 8 East, Taylor County, Florida, being more particularly described, as
follows:'Commence at the Southwest corner of said Section 35, Township 4 South, Range 8 East, and run thence North 89
degrees 20 minutes 19 seconds East, along the South line of said Section 35, a distance of 1628.20 feet to the Southeasterly
right-of-way line of U:S. Highway 27 (State Road 20); thence continue North 89 degrees 20 minutes 19 seconds East, along
said South line, a distance of 1,029.57 feet; thence North 89 degrees 18 minutes 33 seconds East, along said South line, a
distance of 1,224.23 feet to the Westerly bank of the Fenholloway River and the Point of Beginning of the herein described
parcel; thence following said Westerly bank of the Feniholloway River through the next four chord bearing and distances;
(1) North 21 degrees 59 minutes 41 seconds West, 347.86 feet; North 14 degrees 33 minutes 40 seconds West 453.52 feet;
(3) North 06 degrees 54 minutes 08 seconds West 75 1.5 1 feet; (4) North 30 degrees 35 minutes 59 seconds West 661.52
feet to said Southeasterly right-of-way line of U.S. High a. 27 IState Road 20); said point being on a curve concave to the
Southeast, having a radius of 5,669.73 feet, a central angle of 9 degrees 39 minutes 35 seconds, and an arc length of 955.87
feet; thence Northeasterly along the arc of said curve through a chord bearing and distance of North 48 degrees 21 minutes
48 seconds East 954,74 feet to the end of said curve; thence South 36 degrees 44 minutes 43 seconds East, along said right-
(Af-% a lihne. a distance of71.70 feet to the beginning of a curve concave to the Southeast, having a radius of 6,765.56 feet,
a central angle of 15 degrees 33 minutes 30 seconds, and an arc length of 1837.13 feet; thence Northeasterly along the arc
of said curve through a chord bearing and distance of North 60 degrees 59 minutes 14 seconds East 1,831.49 feet to the end
of said curve; thence North 68 degrees-45 minutes 08 seconds East, along said right-of-way line, a distance of 1921.37 feet
to the beginning of a curve concave to the South, having a radius of 5,597,65 feet, a central angle of 13 degrees 00 minutes
05 seconds, and an arc length of 1,270.19 feet; thence Northeasterly along the arc of said curve through a chord bearing and
distance of North 75 degrees 15 minutes 38 seconds East 1,267.47 feet to the end of said curve; thence North 81 degrees 44
minutes 47 seconds East, along said right-of-way line, a distance of 7,430.42 feet to the East line of said Section 30; thence
departing said right-of-way line, South 00 degrees 13 minutes 07 seconds West, along said East line, a distance of 158.60
feet to the Northwest comer of said Section 32; thence North 89 degrees 33 minutes 13 seconds East; along the North line
of said Section 32, a distance of 560.70 feet to a point on a curve concave to the Northeast, having a radius of 229..42 feet,
a central angle of 64 degrees 57 minutes 42 seconds, and an arc length of 260.1'2; thence Southeasterly along the arc of said
curve through a chord bearing and distance of South 32 degrees 55 minutes 38 seconds East, 246.41 feet to the end of said
curve; thence South 65 degrees 34 minutes 29 seconds East, a distance of 158.08 feet to the beginning of a curve concave
to the Southwest, having a radius of 110.00, a central angle of 57 degrees 38 minutes 21 seconds, and an arc length of
110.66 feet; thence Southeasterly along the arc of said curve through a chord bearing and distance of South.36 degrees 35
minutes 19 seconds East, 106.05 feet to the -nd of said curve and the beginning of a curve concave Northeasterly, having
a radius of 1.095.01) feet, a central ingle of 31 degrees 27 minutes 05'seconds,i6id an arc length of 601.08 feet; thence
Southeasterly along the arc of said curve through a chord'bearing and distance of South 23 degrees 29 minutes 41 seconds
Eas' 593.56 feet to the end of said curve; thenice South 39 degrees 13 minutes 13 seconds East 1,226.10 feet; thence South
32 degrees 0 1 minutes 05 seconds East 40 1.09 feet to the beginning of a curve concave to the Southwest, having a radius
of 808.08 feet, a central angle of 41 degrees 03 minutes 38 seconds, and an arc length of 579.1 1 feet; thence Southerly
along thearc of said curve through a'chord bearing and'distance of South II degrees 29 minutes 16 seconds East 566.79
feet to the end of said curve: thence South 09 degrees '02 minutes 33 seconds West, a distance of 5 15.53 feet to the
beginning of a curve concas e Northresterly, having a radius of 527.25 feet, a central angle of 53 degrees 34 minutes 37
seconds, and an arc length of 493.03 feet: thence Southwesterly along the arc of said curve through a chord bearing and
distance of South 35 degrees 49 minutes 52 seconds West, 475.26 feet to the end of said curve; thence South 62 degrees 37
minutes 10 seconds West, a distance of 647.35 feet to the East line of the West 1/4 of Section 32; thence South 00 degrees
19 minutes 50 seconds West, a distance of 1339.80 feet to the Southeast corner of said West 1/4; said point being the
Northeast corner of the West 1/4 of said Section 5; thence South 00 degrees 32 minutes 46 seconds East, along the East line
of said West 1/4, a distance of 2.655.38 feet; thence South 00 degrees 43 minutes 48 seconds East, a distance of 2,656.56
feet to the Southeast comer of said West 114; thience South 89 degrees 20 minutes 05 seconds West, along the South line of
said Section 5, a distance of 1,341.55 feet to theSouthwest comer of said Section 5: thence North 00 degrees 04 minutes 50
seconds East. along the West line of said Section 5, a distance of 275.9.2 feet, thence North 00 degrees-00 minutes 27
seconds West, along said West line,' distance of 724.28 feet; thence South '88 degrees 5 1 minutes 43 seconds West, a
distance of 5,3 16.14 feet to a point on the West line of said Section 6; thence Sou-th 88 degrees 45 minutes 23 seconds West,
a distance of 1,378.02 feet; thence South 00 degrees 02 minutes 25 seconds East. a distance of 700.15 feet; thence South 88
degrees 45 minutes 17 seconds West, a distance of 1,262.25 feet; thence'Soith 88 degrees 21 minutes 42 seconds West, a
distance'of 2,626.54 feet to a point on the West line of said Section 1; thence South 00 degrees 39 minutes 23 seconds East,
along said West line, a distance of 300.04 feet to the Southeast comer of said Secuon 2; thence South 89 degrees 07 minutes
35 seconds West, along the South line of said Section 2, a distance of'2,766.35 to the East right-of-way line of a 60-foot trail
road right-of-v a%; thence North 05 degrees 56 minutes 30 seconds East, along said East right-of-way line, a distance of
110.03 feet; thence North 03 degrees 29 minutes 17 seconds West, along said East right-of-way line, a distance of 446.63
feet; thence North II degrees 26 minutes 08 seconds West. along said East nght-of-u ay line. a distance of 3 17.92 feet;
thence North 20 degrees 29 minutes 42 seconds West, along said East right-of-%a. line. a distance of 168.5S feel: thence
North 04 degrees 13 minutes 20 seconds East, along said East nght-of-wa. line', a distance of 701.78 feet thence North 09
degrees 39 minutes 11 seconds West. amongg said East right-of-%ua. line, a distance of 268 20 feet k. the Southrhl right-of-
way line of State Road S-356; thence North 68 degrees 05 minutes 06 seconds East. along said Southerly right-of-u a line.
a distance of 196.83' feet; thence South 88 degrees 24 minutes 54 seconds East, along said Southerlh right-of-unay line, a
distance of 52.65 feet; thence North 01 degrees 35 minutes 06 seconds Easi, along the Easterly nght-of-\ a. line of said
State Road 3-356, a distance of 80.00 feet; said point being on a curve concave to the Northeast, having a radius of 50.00
feet, a central angle of 68 degrees 14 minutes 00 seconds, and an are length of 59.54 feet; thence Northwesterly along the
arc of said curve through a chord bearing and distance of North 54 degrees 17 minutes 54 seconds West 56.09 feet to the
end of said curve; thence North 20 degrees 10 minutes 54 seconds West, along said Easterly right-of-way line, a distance of
:105.53 feet to said Westerly bank of the Fenholloway River; thence following 'said Westerly bank of the Fenholloway River
through the next seventeen chord bearing and distances; (1) South 75 degrees 09 minutes 19 seconds East 30.24 feet; (2)
North 68 degrees 28 minutes 08 seconds East 86.42 feet; (3)North 84 degrees 05 minutes 49 seconds East 185.02 feet; (4)
North 64 degrees 44 minutes 08 second' East 267.03 feet; (5) North 04 degrees 08 minutes 15 seconds East 286.43 feet; (6)
North 39 degrees 13 minutes 21 seconds East 275.1 7 feet;' (7) North 46 degrees; 14 minutes 55 seconds East 252.02 feet; (8)
North 55 degrees 18 minutes 50 seconds East 222.79 feet; (9) North 28' degties 07 minutes 35 seconds West 222.03 feet;
(10) North 38 degrees 13 minutes 46' seconds East 403.06 feet; (11) North 09 degrees 44 minutes 25 seconds East 267.79
feet; (12) North 11 degrees 48 minutes 31 seconds Wesi' 171.65 feet; (13)Nborth 52 degrees 50 minutes 54 seconds East
303.19 feet; (14) North 44 degrees 37 minutes 20 seconds West 327.60 feet; (15) North 25 degrees 29 minutes 08 seconds
West 246.67 feet; (16) North 20 degrees 30 minutes 16 seconds West 3 14.91 feet; (1 7) North 35 degrees 22 minutes 08
seconds East 357.53 feet to close on said Point of Beginnllng.
Containing 2,996.84 acres, more or less.
(2) CPA 06-1, an application by Mike Lawson as agent for, the Jacksonville Electric Authority, the Florida Municipal
Power Agency, Reedy Creek Improvement District, and the City of Tallaliassee';amending the Objectives and'Policies for
both Urban Development Areas and Rural Areas of the Fuitire Land Use Element 'of the Comprehensive Plan by adding two
new land use categories, Electric Power Generating Facility-1 (EPGF-1) which accommodates simple cycle and natural
gas combined-cycle power plarits with less than 50 employees and related processing, storage, office and manufacturing
uses not directly related with the production of electricity:as well as schools teaching industrial arts curricula and by adding
Electric Power Generating Facility-i (EPGF-2) which accommodate solid fuel (i.e. coal-powered) power plants with more
than 50 employees and related processing, storage, office and manufacturing uses'not directly related with'the production
of electricity as well as schools teaching industrial arts curricula.




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No .Ctt 'h C o l CPA 05-5o

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County Courthouse, located at 108 N. Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida.
The public hearings may be continued to one or more future dates. Any interested party shall be advised that the date and
place of any continuation of the public hearings shall be announced during the public hearings iand that no further notice
concerning the matters will be published.
The public hearings are being conducted by the Board of County Commissioneri to consider transmittal of the amendments
to the Florida Department of Community Affairs.
At the aforementioned public hearings, all interested qrties may appear and be heard with respect to the amendments.
Copies of the amendments are available for public-itspection at the Office of the County Manager, Administrative Complex,
located at 201 East Green Street, Pegy,,Florida, during regular business hours.
All persons are ad ya ey decide to appeal any decision made-at the above referenced public hearings, they will
need 'f .afiprceedings, and that, for such purpose, they may need to ensure that a record of the proceedings is
u /adbef,'ich record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.


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Farm City Week to be observed Nov. 17-23


Taylor County Farm Bureau,
Perry Kiwanis Club and the
County Extension Service are
sponsoring a celebration of Farm
City Week (Nov. 17-23) during the
days leading up to and including
Thanksgiving.
The annual breakfast celebration
will be held Tuesday, Nov. 14, at
Forest Capital Hall, starting at 7
ajlp. At this event, local county
leaders will sign the official
declaration of "Farm City Week."
Farm City Week is celebrated
nationwide to foster better
understanding between those who
make a living on -farms and
ranches, and those who live in
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urban areas of the nation,
ac ording to Taylor County Farm
Bureau President Auley Rowell.
"Each segment of society is
totally dependent upon the other,"
he continued. "Those who live in
cities must depend on the farmers
and ranchers to provide a good,
wholesome food supply at a
reasonable cost, and farmers must
have a market for their food and
timber products. Neither segment
could survive without a good
understanding of the other.
"Thanksgiving is a great time of,
year--it is a time when families are
together for food and fellowship; it
is a time to worship together, and it


Dessert theater begins tonight
The North Florida Community College (NFCC) Sentinel Upstage
Players will present "Death of a Doornail" at the Wardlaw-Smith-Goza
Conference Center (the Mansio)'inl Madison, Nov. 10, 11, 16 and 17. An
extra bonus--it's a dessert theater.
NFCC's Dr. Jessica Webb directs this "fun production" and Denise Bell
once again "works her magic" behindthe scenes
: Shows are Nov. 10, 11; 16 and 17 at 7 p.m. as Dessert Theater
performances. Tickets are $15; advance reservations required. Contact
Denise Bell at 850-973-9481 or email belld@(anfcc.edu for more
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is a time to be thankful for all the
freedoms we enjoy in America. It
is also a time to remember those
brave men and women.serving our
nation overseas, assuring that we
can enjoy the freedoms % e so often
take for granted," Rowell said.
"America enjoys the safest,'most
abundant and the most affordable
food supply of any nation on earth.
This did not happen by accident--it
is because. of dedicated farm
communities all across America.


Unfortunately, we often take our
bountiful food supply for granted.
We,encourage your to say a special
thank y6ou this Thanksgiving 'to
those who produce the food and.
fiber for America.
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those who live on farms and
ranches as well as those who live
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'Da Vinci Code' is fun ride


Sometimes in Hollywood, as in life, controversy can
be blown so far out of proportion that it becomes a
phenomenon all its own that feeds upon itself, growing
larger and larger until you're left with only one thing:
a certified blockbuster of a movie,
That's pretty much what happened with this year's
release of Ron Howard's adaptation of the best-selling
novel, "The Da Vinci Code."
The movie, based on, the novel by Dan Brown, tells
the story of professor Robert Langdon who, following
the murder of the Louvre's curator, is drawn into a
centuries-old search for the Holy Grail.
The book's and movie's portrayal. of certain
Christian organizations as well as what the grail turns
out to be, sparked much protest and many
demonstrations. In fact, it would be easier to list the
organizations not upset with the film than those who
were. The movie was even lambasted by an albino
rights group which objected to the albino monk Silas
being portrayed as a murderer.
It's hard to discuss the movie without also discussing
the controversy, but I plan to tread carefully because
it's easy to find yourself giving away some of the,
crucial secrets in the movie or debating religion,
neither of which I feel like doing in a mo\ ies column.
I can say, however, after the smoke cleared and the
protesters went home, "The Da Vinci Code" had
become the highest grossing movie of the year until
the release of "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's
Chest." The movie brought home $538 million in the
U.S. and another $217 million from foreign markets.
The DVD goes on sale Tuesday and is expected to
earn millions more.
The special edition two-disc version contains
several behind-the-scenes featurettes as-well as tours
of the mio ie'" man' locations. .,
The interesting thing about ,Brown's novel and
Howard's movie is that if you strip away the religious
icons and speculations--and the resulting controversy
--you're left with a typical treasure hunt adventure
movie with a bit of James Patterson (author of books-
turned-movies "Kiss the Girls" and "Along Came a
Spider") detective thriller thrown in.
A few weeks 'after seeing the.film in theaters last
spring, I was watching television and it was really
brought home for me when another such treasure hunt
movie, "National Treasure," came on. I realized they\
weren't too different.
"National Treasure" was one of my favorite movies
of 2004 and for those who haven't seen it, Nicholas
Cage plays Ben Gates, a history buff searching for a
great treasure hidden by America's founding fathers as
part of a Masonic conspiracy.
Fans of "National Treasure" will be happy to hear
the sequel is in pre-production for a 2007 release with
the principal cast and director Jon Turteltaub returning.
Turteltaub is currently working on CBS freshman
show, "Jericho" about a small town trying to survive a
nuclear attack on the U.S.
(Speaking of hit CBS shows, let me take a moment
to apologize to any "Numb3rs" fans, out there. Last
week I said the show was on NBC. Sorry.)
I'm not trying to say "The Da Vinci Code." was
boring or completely formulaic, because it's not. I
enjoyed both the book and the movie. I'm just showing
that the basic plot of the movie has been done before
without the controversy.


FSU presents'


The Florida State University
Department of Dance will present
Days of Dance Nov. 15-18 in. the
Nancy Smith Fichter Dance
Theatre located in Montgomery
Hall.
Days of Dance in an annual
concert featuring choreography by
both department faculty and
students, and includes two separate
programs, "A" and "B," which
alternate performances.
Highlights of this year's program
include two 20th century classics,
Alwin Nikolais' "POND" and
Martha Graham's "Steps in the
Street." Performers will dance to
music ranging from Mozart's
Requiem to the indie band, The
Never.
The evening will include an
eclectic mix of dance styles such
as ballet, contemporary and
multimedia theater and will
include works by FSU faculty Tim
Glenn, Alice Bergeson, Anthony
Morgan and Rick McCullough.
Anthony Morgan also serves as the
director for Days of Dance.
Glenn's latest explorations with
video projection technology will
be performed to an original score
composed by Alex David.
McCullough will offer an upbeat
Vivaldi ballet, while a fusion of


In fact, without the controversy, "National Treasure"
made $173 million in domestic gross. The movie also
made a surprisingly high $174 million in foreign
markets, considering how seeped it was in American
historical figures and: events.
I don't want to totally discount the very real
discomfort many Christians have with the "The Da
Vinci Code's" portrayal of aspects of the life of Jesus.
In fact, if you are really worried about those parts of
the film, I recommend you don't watch it. Whai bothers
me when I see controversies such as these, the harshest
critics, have never seen the movie or read the book in
question..
Personally, the religious aspects of the plot didn't
bother me because it is a fictional story.
I did.find it amusing, however, to see the multitudes
of books and television specials which were released
either backing "Brown's claims" or refuting them.
While Brown made a lot of money from his book,
many other people did as well. The aspects of the book
in question were not even Brown's original ideas. He
simply and deftly used the work of several historians
and other authors to create an engaging story.
People have complained that those watching the film
will believe the fictional aspects of Brown's work as if
they really happened: I don't remember people leaving
the theater after "National Treasure" thinking
Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson and other early-
American Masons conspired to bury billions in gold
and treasure to hide it from the British.
With that, I'm going to stop talking about the
controversy and start talking about the movie itself, if
I have any space left.
The casting, for the film was top-notch, with most of
the actors fulfilling my images.of them from the book.
Torm Hanks was an interesting choice for professor
Langdon. but I think he pulled ,off the role admirabl\.
Audrey Tautou, who gained critical acclaim in the U.S.
for the 2001 French Film, "Amelie," acted with the
right mix of confidence and vulnerability that made
Sophie such an engaging character in the book. Ian
McKellen is great, and especially so as Sir Leigh
Teabing, the English grail expert, and Jean Reno, one
of my favorite actors, becomes Captain Bezu Fache,
the police chief trying to catch them all.
Paul Bettany is down-right scary as Silas and Alfred
Molina is perfect as Bishop Manuel Aringarosa.
Shot mostly on location, the backdrops of the
Louvre and various churches and cathedrals make the
movie breathtaking to watch and Howard uses the
settings to his best advantage.
.For fans of the book who have yet to see the movie,
I can say Akiva Goldsman's script follows the novel
closely with only a few changes in dialogue arid
several smaller scenes cut for'time. Some of the
conspiracies were changed slightly, but nothing
majorly different. There was only one scene, near the
end, Jhat was dramatically changed and I'm at a loss for
why. Even so, it was an excellent adaptation.
"The Da Vinci Code" is rated PG-13 for disturbing
images, violence, some nudity, thematic material, brief
drug references and sexual content.
Other upcoming DVDs, to keep watching" for: "Ice
Age: The Meltdown" (Nov. 21); "Superman Returns"
(Nov. 28); "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's
Chest" (Dec. 5); and "The Devil Wears Prada" (Dec.
12).


Days


dance styles exploring Leonardo
da Vinci's creativity performed to
excerpts from Mozart's Requiem
will be offered by Alice Bergeson
and Morgan's raunchy, blues
number,to The Dirty Dozen Brass
Band will also be included.
The concerts will include two
programs which feature rich
choreographic offerings from the'
department's graduate students: the
wry "A Motorcycle for' Moses" by
Andy Noble to a self-composed
soundtrack; Millicent Johnnie's
athletic homage to Creole culture;
Kathleen Wessel's passionately
physical "Glacial Ornaments" to
Michael Nyman; Michelle
Fletcher's wistful and. surreal
"Emily Suspended and Spanning
in Amber" to indie band The
Never; Kirsten Kapustik has a
deeply felt "Moment with a
Beethoven Piano Sonata"; Blythe
Barton's "Conversations at a

Catch 'Earnest'


of Dance'

Table" to Radiohead; and
Lawrence Jackson's taut
"Predator." Undergraduate
offerings include sophomore
Alexandra Jenning's kinetic dance
of anticipation, "Unwaiting," to a
driving John Adams violin
concerto.
Performances will be Nov. 15-
17 and Nov. 20-21 at 8 p.m. as well
as Nov. 18 at 10:30 a.m. Program
"A" will be Nov. 15, 17 and 20.
Program "B" will be Nov. 16, 18
and 20.
Tickets are $12 for adults, $10
for senior citizens, $8 for children
non-FSU students and $6 for FSU
students. Tickets may be
purchased through the Fine Arts
Ticket Office by calling 850-644-
6500 _or online at
www.tickets.fsu.edu.
For more information about the
Department of Dance, visit
dance.fsu.edu.

in Tallahassee


Tallahassee Little Theatre's production of Oscar Wilde's play, "The
Importance of Being Earnest," is currently running.
The play, in which Wilde applies his subtle wit to satirize the British
aristocracy, is directed by Peggy West, daughter of Margaret and Erdman
West of Perry and a graduate of Taylor County High School. .
"The Importance of Being Earnest" is showing at the Tallahassee Little
Theatre Nov. 9-19. For tickets, call 850-224-8474.


Country mus


storm into Ta


CMT. on Tour will make a stop
in Tallahassee next month when
country -music sensation Trace
Adkins holds a concert at the
Tallahasse/Leon County Civic
Center on Dec. 8.
Adkins has sold millions of
records, won dozens of awards and
will celebrate his 10th year as a
recording artist with a new album
release, Dangerous Man.
His new CD follows in the wake
of "Honky Tonk Badonkadonk,"
the kind of smash most artists can
only dream about. Its attraction for
a wider audience can be seen in the
fact that in a world where 70
percent of downloaded ring tones
are urban and hip/hop tracks, some
75,000 people, added
"Badonkadonk" to their cell
phones in just six weeks.
The song helped increase sales
of Songs. About Me every week for
four, months. The song also
became the top-sellng country
song on iTunes, the year's #1
Dance Club Single & Video, and
the #1 video on both, CMT and
GAC, among many other
accolades and accomplishments.
It has been called a fitting
breakthrough for a man who has
brought a working-class mentality
and a fan's sensibilities to bear on a
career that has built slowly to its
present heights.
After stints in a ,gospel group
and as a pipefitter on an off-shore
drilling ng, Trace made aname for
himself: in the honky-tonks of,
Texas and Louisiana. He moved to
Nashville in 1992 and did
construction work to.survive while
he sang at night and looked for his
break. It came three years after his
move when then-Capitol Records
president Scott Henidricks spotted
him playing in a working man's bar
outside Nashville, and signed him.
As the hits came, Trace
remained one of country's most
down-to-earth standard-bearers.
People outside the industry took
notice, and he became a regular on
political talk shows, a spokesman
for commercial products and a
recurring voice on "King of the
Hill." *
He has appeared on ESPN's
"Cold.Pizza", NBC's "My Name Is
Earl," "Late Night with Conan


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O'Brien," "The Tonight Show with
Jay Leno," "Late, Late Show with
Craig Ferguson," the Food
Network's "Emeril Live," "Hannity
& Colmes," the "PBS National
Memorial Day Concert" and many
more.
He could also be found taking
part in an ABC Radio Veterans
Day special and in a tribute to Kris
Kristofferson as the legendary
writer was inducted into the
Songwriters Hall of Fame.
Joining Adkins on tour ,is
Mercury recording artist, CMA
and two-time ACM nominee, Billy
Currington, \ lho made,hts count r..
debut with hils 20013 el-lf-tled
album that spawned the powerful
Top 10 hit "Walk A Little
Straighter" and the top five smash
"I Got A Feelin'."
His second and gold-certified
album Doin' Somethin' Right.
features the current hit single
"Why, Why, Why" and the No. 1


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hit "Must Be Doin' .Somethin'
Right," which led to his first CMT
Music Award for "Hottest Video of
the Year."
Also on tour is Broken Bow
Record's Jason Aldean who was
recently named the ACM's top fiew
male vocalist. Aldean's self-titled
debut release earned gold
certification in record time and has
been praised by critics and fans
alike.
His most recent single, "Why,"
was a smash hit that sky rocketed to
the No. 1 spot on Billboard's chart
'and the CMT Top 20 Countdown.
His. first single, die naonster, hit
'Hickto\%n.' v.'as lso a chart- "
topping song and No: 1 video
firmly planting Aldean on the
country music map.
Tickets are on sale now at the
civic center box office and
Ticketmaster outlets. For more
information, call 800-322-3602 or
visit www.tlccc.org.


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Friday, Nov. 10
Advent Christian Village Artist Series
Stetson University
Guitar Ensemble
The Village Church, Dowling Park
(386) 658-5400 'rtistseries.acvillage.net

Sunday, 9Nov. 19
Tallahassee Community Chorus
"Judas Maccabaeus"
by Handel
Ruby Diamond Auditorium, FSU
850-644-6500 or 800-757-2146

Tuesday, Nov. 28
Tallahassee Community Chorus
Seasonal Concert
Ruby Diamond Auditorium, FSU
850-644-6500 or 800-757-2146

Tuesday, Dec. 7
Big Bend Community Orchestra
Handel Messiah Sing-Along
Tallahassee Music Guild
Faith Presbyterian Church
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Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra
Holiday Magic!
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Ruby Diamond Auditorium, FSU
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Cultural
9Thursday, 9Nov. 30 ,
NFCC Artist Series
Dance Alive presents "The Nutcracker"
The classic holiday ballet.
(850) 973-1653 www.nfcc.edu

friday,. Dec. 1
. Advent Christian Village Artist Series
'The Nutty Cracker": a lighthearted
selection of music from the "Nutcracker"
The Village Church, Dowling Park
(386) 658-5400 artistseries.acvillage.net

December 8 10
The Tallahassee Ballet ,
"The Nutcracker"
Ruby Diamond Auditorium, FSU
850-224-6917 www.tallaballet.com


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Tallahassee Little Theatre
Oscar Wilde's
'The Importance of Being Earnest"
www.tallahasseelittletheatre.org "
(850) 224-8474

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Young Actors Theatre
Meredith Willson's :
'The Music Man".
www.youngactorstheatre.com
(850) 386-6602 ., :

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Tallahassee Broadway Series
Mel Brooks'
"The Producers"
Tallahassee/Leon County Civic Center
800-322-3602 www.tlccc.org

Tuesday, Dec. 12
Tallahassee Broadway Series
"Wonderful Town"
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Tallahassee/Leon County Civic Center.
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B-4 Perry News-Herald November 10-11,2006


Active duty
Shown grouped around
a piece of equipment used
during a 1971 tour of
active duty at Camp
Shelby, Miss., are
members of the 273rd
Ordnance Co., from the
Perry Army Reserve
Center. They are: (from
left) Sp4 Jessie Johnson,
Sp4 Tom Register, Sgt.
Charlie B. Hoover, Sp4
Little Kirkland, Pfc. Bryan
Prine, WO Morris J. Scott,
Sp4 John P. Dixon, Sp4
Randolph Ehrenzeller, Sp4
Harold King, Sp4 Edward
Underwood, Sp4 Eddie
Pridgeon, Pfc. Wayne
Brumley, Sfc. Henry
McLeod, Sp4 Laney
Freeman, Sp5 Don L.
Whitfield, Sp4 Ralph
Grubbs and First Lt.
William S. Davis III.


This nation will remain the land Valor is stability, not of legs and Courage is almost a contradiction
of the free only so long as it is the arms, but of courage and the soul. in terms. It means a strong
home of the brave. --Michel de Montaigne desire to live taking the


--Elmer Davis

But fame is theirs--and future
days On pillar'd brass shall tell
their praise; Shall tell-when cold
neglect is dead-"These for their
country fought and bled." .
--Philip Freneau

When our perils are past,
shall our gratitude sleep?
--George .Canning

In the beginning of a change, the
patriot is a scarce man, and
brave, and hated and scorned.
When his cause succeeds, the
timid join him, for then it costs
nothing to be a patriot.
--Mark Twain


A


THE PERRY
NEWS-HERALD
November 11, 1971

KEY CLUB PICKS.
CALENDAR GIRLS
Twenty-four young ladies from
Taylor County High School were
participants in the school's second


We often take for granted the very
things that most deserve our
gratitude.
--Cynthia Ozick

Lord, bid war's trumpet cease;
Fold the whole earth in peace.
--Oliver Wendell Holmes

How important it is for us to
recognize and celebrate our heroes
and she-roes!
--Maya Angelou

The most persistent sound which
reverberates through men's
history is the beating of war
drums.
--Arthur Koestler


form of readiness to die.
--G.K. Chesterton



How far that little candle
throws his beams!
So shines a good deed
in a weary world,
-"-- liaih Shaknespeare

Freedom is never free.
--Author
Unknown

As we express our gratitude,
we must never forget
that the highest appreciation
is not to utter words,
but to live by them.
--John Fitzgerald Kennedy


Chance at the past I


annual Key Club Calendar Girl
contest.
Twelve of the girls were selected
to have their pictures included in
the club's calendar, which was sold
locally by the club to raise funds
for its activities.
The 12 winners in the contest,
were: Rhonda Blair, Banita Farrell,
Karla Gregory, Wendy Lonbom,
Susan Lockhart, Lynn Kemp,


Nancy Knowles, Cheryl Moore,
Kathy Puckett, Pam ', Rigoni,
Angela Tate and Linda Young.

HEW TURNS DOWN TAYLOR
REQUEST FOR MONEY
Taylor County School
Superintendent Alan Hart received
notice from the Department of
Health, Education and Welfare,
that the county's application for
$81,000 in emergency school
assistance funds to aid in the
desegregation of local schools had
been denied.
The county received $25,000 in
emergency assistance funds during
the 1970-71 school year, which
were expended for the purchase of
a new school bus, two portable
classrooms, some paving and for
salaries for part-time school bus
drivers, Hart said.

ENGAGEMENTS TOLD
Guy-McCall
Mrs. Margaret Guy of Perry and
Mr. James T. Gay of Eustis,
announced the engagement of their
daughter, Renee, to Walter Tracy
McCall, son of the Rev. and Mrs.
James H. McCall of Perry.
Miss Guy was a 1971 graduate
of the vocational school, employed
by the Department of Highway
Safety and Motor Vehicles in
Tallahassee.
Mr. McCall was a 1969 graduate
of Taylor County High School and
was employed by Martin
Electronics.
Williams-Thompson
Mr. and Mrs. Coy Lee Williams
announced the engagement and
approaching marriage of their
daughter, Carolyn, Sue, to Eddie C.
Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. R.


G. Thompson Sr., of Perry.
Gray-McGuire
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Gray of
Perry announced the engagement
and approaching marriage of their
daughter, Diane, to Terry (Dago)
McGuire, son of Mr. and Mrs.
James D. McGuire, also of Perry.
Miss Gray was a'1967 graduate
of Taylor County High School and
was employed by Gulf Telephone
Company.
,Mr. McGuire also attended
Taylor County High School and
was employed as an ironworker at
Foley with Custodis Construction
Company, out of Chicago, Ill.
Thames-Pickles
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Thames
announced the approaching
marriage of their daughter,
Virginia Louise, to Carl Ken
Pickles, son of Mrs. Georgia
Pickles and the late Mr. Carl
Pickles.
Padgett-Driver
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Padgett of.
Perry announced the engagement
and approaching marriage of their
daughter, Carolyn Faye, to Charles
Driver, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Driver of Mayo.
The bride-elect attended Taylor
County High School. The
bridegroom-elect attended
Lafayette High School and was
employed by Drivers Construction
Company.

NANCY AGNER IS SENIOR
AT WEBBER COLLEGE
Miss Nancy R. Agner, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Royce Agner,
returned to Webber College in
Babson Park for her senior year.
Miss Agner, a 1970 graduate of
Taylor County High School, was
majoring in business at Webber.


Perhaps the first remembered milestone in. life for
many of us is the day we started to school. I know that
it is engraved on my mind as if it was a recent event.
The week after Labor Day in September 1950 mama
had dressed me with particular care long before
daylight in order. to be at the designated bus stop by
7:30 a.m. Waiting with my friend Betty Franklin and
other children from the neighborhood in front of our
house on Center Street, we took turns looking down
Old Dixie Highway for the first sighting of the big
yellow school bus. When the long-awaited bus arrived
with flashing lights and the door slowly opened, I felt
as if I was embarking into unknown territory.
Mustering, up all the courage my small six-year-old
body could project I gave mama a good-bye hug and
climbed aboard the bus.
I don't recall the bus driver's name but I do recall the
smile of acceptance and kind words as Betty and I slid
into the front seat that was reserved for the youngest
passengers. When the door closed with a rush of air
and the driver put the bus in motion, the butterflies
that had laid dormant in my stomach suddenly took
flight. Covering our situation with childish giggles we
sat on the edge of our seat as the bus made several
more stops to collect children on its way to school.
Each time the door opened my eyes watched to see if I
knew the child who hopped aboard. If so, I greeted
them with a wave, if not, I offered a friendly smile in
hope that they would become my friend. The entire
ride took about 20 minutes or so but it was the
beginning of a new phase in my life... school!
Many of you may recall the school was located on
Calhoun Street about two or three blocks behind what
is now City Park. The high school was. a three-story
red brick building. The elementary school was a
wooden structure that sat to the northwest of the high
school in sort of a semi-circle fashion. It had wooden
covered sidewalks that were attached around the
entire line of classrooms. Directly behind the
elementary school was the lunchroom and gym.
As the bus pulled up in front of the school the
butterflies were joined by a thumpty-thumpty of my
heart as I saw what seemed to be hundreds of people.
They came in all sizes and it sounded like a brass
band was playing loudly as they called to each other
in recognition. Once again I was rescued by a caring
adult who called our name and directed us to a line
that was forming for first graders. In those'days you
did not have pre-school nor kindergarten; everyone
began their school career in first grade. Personally I
think we did okay starting at that level and we had the
advantage of being "just a kid" for a longer time before
the pressure of dealing with school started. (Don't
shoot me...I am an educator and firmly believe in
education, but I also see the downside of the huge
amount of pressure put on students and children to
perform these days.)
When I think about my early years in school .I am
struck with profound appreciation for my teachers
who instilled and nurtured ideas in me. Their
encouragement to be all that I could has never left me
and continues to urge me to learn something new
everyday. Teachers such as Mrs. Lilliot, Mrs.
McGlocklin, Mr. Bussell, Mrs. Norman, Mr. and Mrs.
Blankenship, and numerous others too many to name
all contributed so much to the educational quality of.
Taylor County Schools.
And, I'll never forget the other folks who made my
school years so memorable. Some I remember were
the ladies who cooked those delicious turnips in the
cafeteria and kind Mr. Blue who always paused in his
custodial chores to 'greet you. One of the most
memorable events was trips to the little store located
across from our school. We were allowed to visit there
on Friday to purchase treats such as Sugar Daddys
and bags of chips, etc. This little store also stands out
in my memory as the place I encountered payback for
wrong doing. The store had suffered a minor fire and
was off-limits to students but as I recall the craving for
a treat won out and I sneaked across the street
without permission. As you can guess, the teacher
was waiting at the edge of the school yard with her
paddle in hand. To this day I think it was the bright
red dress I was wearing that caught 'her
attention... "you need to be careful where you go if
you're wearing red" continues to be my motto!
After that first ride on the bus I would make the trip
to school in the same fashion for the next 12 years.
Only the destination changed as I was put at Gladys
Morse School for the completion of my sixth grade and
then over to the newly constructed Taylor High School
where I completed tenth grade. Our family made the
move to Lafayette County in 1959 and I finished high
school here.
Oh well, I could go on and on as I think about the
friendships and the times in your life that cannot be
duplicated. My family loves to hear about the school
bus since they were town dwellers and missed that
experience and they really like to hear about me
getting a paddling. I tell them it was a wonderful way
to grow up and that you are an adult a lot longer than
you are a child and a.teenager, so enjoy every moment
of it, and be careful wearing red.
Delores L. Walker can be reached at edmwalk@wtndstream.net


# Perryw November 10-11, 2006


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in and for Taylor County, Florida
Case No. 62-2006-CC-354-00A-01
South.ern Oaks RV Campground. LLC
DBA Perry, KOA
Plain-iff,
vs.
SBarton Wheeler
Defendant.
Nonce of Action
Notice is.hereby given that a petition to
determine ownership of a moTor vehicle
has been filed and you ore required to
- e. s,,ao copy of your written objections,
' I .' on Southern Oqks RV.
Campground, LLC D/B/A Peiiy, KOA
3641 Hwy. 19 South, Perry, FL 32348 who
is the petitioner, on or before November
18, 2006. and file the original with the
clerk of the court either before service
on the petitioner, or immediately
"r,.,-.ii.-, otherwise, a default will be
entered for the relief demanded in the
petition. Witness my hand and seal of

this court on the 18th day of October,
2006, at taylor County, Florida. Clerk of
the Circuit Court
By: Salina Ford
Deputy Clerk
10/20,10/27,11/3.11/10





In the County Court, Third Judicial Circuit,
in and for Taylor County, Florida
Case No. 62-2006-CC-364-OOA-01
James P. Hartley
Plaintiff.,
vs.
SRichard Heath .
Defendant.
Notice of Action
Notice is hereby given that D ,:-" i:,
determine ownership of a motor vehicle
has been filed and you are required to
serve a copy of you'. ,,ir r,, l. .'-,r
if any, on James P -1 11, '"., II .,
Poppel Rd, Perry, FL I .:- U ..r.: .: 'ir
petitioner, on. or before' November 26,
2006, and file the originalwith, the clerk
of the court either before'service on the
petitioner, or ,rr,,-r,T. ,.3 r.- rir, r. n: e,'
otherwise, a default will be entered for
the relief demanded in the C..r,:,r.
Witness my hand and seal of this court
on the 25th day of October, 2006,,at
Taylor' County, Florida, Clerk rf the-
Circuit'Court
By: Salina Ford .
Deputy Clerk
11/3, 11/10, 11/17, 11/24 '






IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. THIRD JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT .
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
SIN RE: The Marriage of
ANNA GAYLENE MORGAN,
Petitioner / Wife,
Case No. 05-687-DR
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ROBERT CLINTON MORGAN, SR.,
Respondent / Husband.
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TO: ,ROBERT CLINTON MORGAN,
SR. .
226 Iris Glen
Dallas, GA 30157
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that 6 Petition
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MORGAN in Taylor County, Florida; and
you are required to serve a copy of
your answer or other pleading on the
Petitioner / Wifeis attorney, MICHAEL S.
SMITH, with SMITH & SMITH, ATTORNEYS AT
LAW, P.A., P.O. Drawer 579, Perry, Florida
32348, and file the original answer or


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pleading in the office of The Clerk of the
above-named Court on or before the
26Th day of NOVEMBER, 2006.
IF YOU FAIL TO DO SO, judgment by
default will be taken against you for the.
relief demanded in the petition.
WITNESS my hand and official seal, this
25th day of October, 2006 :
ANNIE MAE MURPHY,
Clerk of The Circuit Court
Taylor County, Florida
P 0. Box 620
Perry, Florida 32348
By: Marti Lavalle
Deputy Clerk
10/27, 11/3, 11/10, 11/17








In the Circuit Court of the Third Judicial
Circuit of the State of Florida, In and for
Taylor County Civil Division
21st Mortgage Corporation F/K/A 21st
century Home Mortgage Corporation,
Plaintiff,
vs.
Case No. 06-706-CA
Louis E. Blaske, Sr. A/K/A Louis E. Blaske;
the unknown spouse of Louis E. Blaske, .
Sr. A/K/A Louis E. Blaske; if living, including
any unknown spouse of said
defendants(s), if remarried, and if
deceased, the respective unknown
heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees,
creditors, lienors, and trustees, and all
other persons claiming by, ,through,
under or against the named
defendantss; Unknown tenant #1;
unknown tenant #2;
SDefendant(s)..
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Louis E. Blaske, Sr. A/K/A Louis E.
Blaske; the unknown spouse of Louis E.
Blaske, Sr. A/K/A Louis E. Blaske; if living,
including any unknown spouse of. said
defendants(s), if ..---a,,,- -,,0 ,r
deceased, the .-: ': u :'..
heirs, devisees, arant.: :'
creditors, lienors, 3 ." Iju:'e ; '"" a11
other persons claiming, by, through,
under, or against the named
defendantss; Whose last known
residence was: 806 East Granger Drive,
Perry, .FL 32348
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answer or written defenses; i r-, ,-r. the
above proceeding with the Clerk of this
Court, and to serve a copy thereof
upon the plaintiff's attorney, whose
name and address appears hereon.
within thirty days of the first publication of
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against the. following described
property, to wit: I
Lots 17 and Block 1, Milldale Subdivision,.
.Section 25, Township 4 South, Range 7
East, as recorded in Plat Book 1, Page
87, of the public records of Taylor
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October, 2006.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
,By Marti Lavalle
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In the Circuit Court of the third Judicial
Circuit of Florida. in and for Taylor
County, Florida. Case No.: 06-628-DR
Robin Keochis, Petitioner/wife
and
George K*eochis, Respondent/
husband.
Notice of Suit
To: Georgre-Keochis
13263 Chamberlain Avenue
Largo, Florida 33774
or
George Keochis
9200 Collhee Lane
Port Richey, Lane 34668
Your are hereby notified that a Petitioner
for dissolution of marriage has been.filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your answer or other
pleadings to the petitioner's attorney,
Conrad C. Bishop, Jr., Post Office Box
167, Perry, Florida 32348, and file the
original answer or pleading in 'the office
of the Clerk of the above-named Court
on or before the 22nd day of
December, 2006.
If you.fail to do'so, judgment by default
will be taken against you for the relief
demanded in the petition.
Witness my handand official seal this 24
day of October, 2006.
Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Marti Lavalle
Deputy Clerk .
10/27, 11/3, 11/10, 11/17


Notice
Bid# 2007-07
Taylor Te: r,,.: .1 ,,.;lih .'- hen:, J.:,b
The Di: '.:- ,,: r,.:,,.:i B.:. ..a C1 i. /i.:,'
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