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Two sections
46th Year, No. 41
www.perrynewspapers.com


Domestic
Violence
Awareness
I Month

aIk of.Peace is tonight
Urging the community to "Do
Something real," Refuge House will
'1d6 the way for today's Walk of Peace
from the Taylor County Courthouse to
City Park. The walk is being held in
observance of Domestic Violence
AWareness Month, as supporters
rfge, "Help end the violence." I
:- 'The walk begins at 6 p.m. and ends
af 8 p.m. with a Tree of Remembrance.
"This is a time to remember those
who have suffered from violence,
celebratee those who have survived
:wd support those who are still living
With violence," said Debra McGrew,
director of the local shelter for victims
of abuse.
Community support is encouraged
Jor:this endeavor. The*'number for the
24-hour crisis hotline is 584-8808, or
you may call 800-500-1119.

enP Read Week kicks off
Saturday at library
Teen Read Week begins at the
STaylor County Public Library Saturday,
* Oct. 13, and. continues through
Saturday, Oct. 20.
Teens ages 13 and older are invited
to a .henna body art program planned
the. 13th (signed permission slips
requiredd.
'Teen readers are also invited to
check out several new young adult
books recently purchased by' the
library in conjunction with Teen Read
Week.

iwm.Pi Band iabys Oct 19
The Pride of Taylor Bulldog Alumni'
Band will perform at the TCHS-Dixie
County game Friday, Oct. 19, and all
past members, of the Taylor- County
High School Band are invited to
participate. /
There will be a mandatory rehearsal
at Taylor County High School
Thursday, Oct. 18, at 6 p.m., for about
an hour.
Contact the band office at 838-
2525, ext. 172, to register as an alumni
band participant.


* We've got your ticket for the 2007
Florida Forest Festival Little King &
Queen Pageant Saturday, Oct. 13. For
a look at the contestants, please see
oage A-8.



On Wednesday, Oct. 3, the
Steinhatchee School Advisory Council
approved the 2007-08 School
Improvement'Plan.
A public hearing on the plan will be
held Tuesday, Oct. 23, at 7 p.m., in the
family center. ,
..The public--including all parents,
staff, community and business
leaders--is invited to attend.
-Jthe Steinhatchee School Advisory
Council meets the first Wednesday of
eac. month at 2:45 p.m., in the family
center.
'Council officers are: Chairperson
Toby. Dickey, Co-Chairperson Kathy
Jester and Recording Secretary
Danjelle Norwood.




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Cash, cocaine and MDMA seized



Alleged dealers arrested in bust


Two Perry men were arrested
Friday on cocaine charges
following an undercover operation
by the Taylor County Joint Drug
Task Force.
Antonio "Tony Montana"
Morris, 28, was booked for
possession of cocaine with intent
to sell and possession of cannabis.
Kelvin "Kevin Red" Jackson,
30, was charged with !sale of
cocaine, possession of cocaine


with intent to sell, possession of
MDMA (ecstasy) with intent to sell
and violation of probation (VOP).
The task force obtained a search
warrant for Jackson's residence at
1200 Schwartz Street following a
controlled drug "buy."
On Friday, Oct. 5, at team of
officers from the Taylor County
Sheriffs Office and Perry Police.
Department assembled and
prepared to -execute the warrant. .


Sgt. Michael Franklin headed
the team and made assignments for
the entry.
At approximately 4:30 p.m.,
officers approached the home. As
they went up to the back door,
Morris ran inside the residence and
Jackson slammed the door shut and
engaged the deadbolt.
Sgt. Dave Gorby gained entry by
ramming the door open. As the
team entered the residence,


Lauren Hardin, center, found her dream at the end of the rainbow Saturday night--the teen
was named Taylor County's 2007 Florida Forest Festival Jr. Miss. Joining her on the
festival's royal court are second runner-up Katie Smith, left, and first runner-up Megan
Perry, right.


Resignation accepted


without any comment


The Taylor County School
District, during its regular
meeting last week,, accepted the
resignation of Taylor County
High School teacher James
"J.T." Wells, who resigned late
last month amid allegations of
sexual misconduct.
School board members did not
discuss Wells specifically during
the meeting, but his resignation
was part of an addendum to the
routine personnel listing voted
on and approved unanimously.
In addition to the board, no


one from the public brought up
the subject during the meeting,
which lasted slightly more than
10 minutes before board
members voted to adjourn and
enter into an executive session,
which is closed to the public.
Wells' resignation was
effective Thursday Sept. 27.
When asked Tuesday,
Superintendent of Schools. Oscar
M. Howard said he called school
board members individually
",* Please see page 2


Jackson was found in a bedroom of
the home and Morris was
discovered in the bathroom
attempting to flush several baggies
of crack cocaine, PPD Det. Mike
Anderson said.
Both suspects were secured and
taken outside; at that time Jackson
attempted to reach into his pocket
and began struggling with officers.
He was restrained by Ptl. James
Cash.


He was found to be in possession
of a black cloth bag containing a
pill bottle with several rocks of
crack cocaine, baggies of
suspected MDMA and cannabis.
Baggies with unknown pills were
also found in the bag. Three cell
phones and $1,010 in cash were
seized from his person.,
A bag of cannabis and a cell
.* Please see page 3


Hardin reisns




a8 07 Jr. Mi6

By ANGELA M. CASTELUCCI
Staff writer
A tornado swept through Taylor County Saturday night, carrying away ,
the high school gym and dropping it in the Land of Oz.
Following the yellow brick road, audience members found :hemisehle
face-to-face with 13 colorfully-clad munchkins all searching "over the
rainbow" for the 2007 Florida Forest Festival Jr. Miss title.
By journey's end, Taylor County High School senior Lauren Hardin had
not only won the title, but also .two additional awards--Spirit of Junior
Miss and Physical Fitness (group B).
Joining her on the royal court were first runner-up Megan Perry and
second runner-up Katherine "Katie" Smith.
Hardin is the daughter of Robert and Melissa Hardin; Perry is the
daughter of Michael and Kimberly. Perry; and Smith is the daughter of .
Marlin and Connie Smith.
Rebecca Thompson, the daughter of David and Julie Thompson, was
another big winner of the evening, taking home four awards: Spirit of
Junior Miss (tie); Be Your Best Self Essay; Community Service; and Self-
Expression.
Emily Ensley, the daughter of Tommy.Merritt and Donna Merritt, won
the Scholarship Award. Natalie Clark, the daughter of Lloyd "Bish" and
Amanda Clark, won the Fitness Award (group A), and Maria Hathcock,
the daughter of Staff and Dianna Hathcock, won ith'Trleni Award.
2006 Jr. Miss candidate Ashley Scott set the tone for the night with a
moving rendition of the title theme song, "Over the Rainbow."
Then, as Co-Chair Lauren Haynes was preparing to introduce host Rob
Nucatola of WCTV, a tremendous boom of thunder shook the building. A
tornado was fast approaching Perry and the gymnatorium was in its
path....and with that dramatic opening, images from the movie classic
"Wizard of Oz" flickered onto two giant screens flanking the stage. The
black and white images showed Dorothy being swept away.
Lights began twinkling on stage and Perry's very own Dorothy,
"* Please see page 3


The fate of two comprehensive
plan amendments concerning the
now halted Taylor Energy Center
(TEC) will be decided in January
in Perry.
Administrative Law Judge T.
Kent Wetherell II filed a notice of
hearing Thursday in which he set
the dates for a administrative
hearing for Jan. 8-10, 2008, to
determine whether the Florida
Department of Community Affairs
acted correctly when it found the
two amendments in compliance


with local and state law.
The hearing will be held in
Courtroom 2 in the Taylor County
Courthouse beginning at 9 a.m.
Six local residents, along with
the environmental group, Taylor
County Residents United for the
Environment (TRUE), filed a
petition Thursday, Sept. 13,
requesting "that a recommended
order be entered finding 'the
amendments not in compliance
pursuant to Section 163.3184,
Florida Statutes, and for an order


requiring the [DCA] rescind its
[notice of intent]."
According to Thursday's notice
from Wetherell, "All parties have
the right to present oral argument
and to cross-examine opposing
witnesses.. All parties have the
right to be represented by counsel
or other qualified representative."
In his order of pre-hearing
instructions, also filed Thursday,
Wetherell ordered the parties to
.- Please see page 2


Walk raises record-breaking $30,000


By MARK VIOLA
Staff writer
In what amounted to a record-
breaking year for the March of
Dimes in Taylor County, the
local WalkAmerica campaign
announced Saturday that it had
raised more than $30,000 for the
fight against premature births.
The announcement came just
before the Wilson Family Band
took the stage Saturday night at the
Pickin' in the Pines Bluegrass for
Babies Festival at 'Forest Capital
State Park.
The festival, a benefit event for
the campaign, served as the
culmination of months of fund-
raising efforts by area teams and
individuals.
Raising the most money was the
Buckeye Community Federal
Credit Union team with $5,491,
followed by the Perry Rotary Club
team with $5,105. Kmart was third
with $2,026, Premier Medical was
fourth with $1,709 and Nature


Coast' Eyecare was fifth with
$1,291.
"This was a fantastic year,"
March of Dimes Division Director
Jennifer Bitner said Tuesday.
While the campaign was still
receiving money from several
teams, she said the grand total to
date is $30,725.
"Thanks to our veteran and
returning teams, as well as several
new teams, we were able to reach
and surpass our goals," Bitner said.
"It was with lots of dedication
and support from the people of
Taylor County that we were able to
do this.
"To us, because we are such a
grass roots campaign, it is a
collective effort. Thanks to
everyone who raised $5, $10, $50
or $100," she said.
"They buy tickets. They buy
Beanie Babies. They buy $5
dinners. It's all these things that
-* Please see page 2


Members of the Buckeye Community Federal Credit Union March of Dimes team pose for the camera before the annual
WalkAmerica walk Saturday, Oct. 6. The BCFCU team raised the most money this year, topping out at $5,491.


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power plant amendments








A-2 Taco Times October 10, 2007.


The Perry Rotary Club raised $5,105 in it, horls for l his v years March ot Dimes Wal America campag.3n Snown above,
-members of the Rotary Club team prepare for the annual walk event, which was held at Forest Capital State Park in
.conjunction with the Pickin' in the Pines Bluegrass for Babies Festival.


.Bluegrass festival raised $2,600


for '07 WalkAmerica campaign


;WALK
Continued from page 1
.add up for us to see success."'
I The local teams that contributed
to the campaign this year included:
the Family Team of Sydney
Walker, the Family Team of
Jennifer and Matthew Taylor,
Rosehead, Junction, the Perry
Kiwanis Club, Citizens State
sank, Healthy Start Coalition,
;Citifinancial, Sandy Toes Red
:Iatters, Wachovia Bank, the
.American -Legion Auxiliary of
3teinhatchee, Taylor County Head
tart, Tree Capital Credit Union
nd the Maddie Moo's Team.
Many of the teams were
Represented Saturday morning for
ahe annual WalkAmerica walk,
:vhich started, at the Heritage
:Pavilion at Forest Capital State
Park and wound up Industrial Park
)Drive and back.
= In addition to the teams' efforts,
the Pickin' in the Pines Bluegrass
rfor Babies Festival raised $2,600


Allegations

RESIGNATION
EContinued from page 1
$rior to the meeting to inform them
,qf the situation.
I According to Howard, Wells
_- designed Sept. 27, one day after he
.yas re-a- signed from h-di pnition
-as a ph% -ical educatron reaicher to
:another as FCAT proctor.
Howard said his office was

TRUE members

Smile challenge
+HEARINGS
continued from page 1
.meet within 21 days of the date of
the order "in an effort to amicably
resolve this case and/or agree upon
a discovery schedule."
; The petitioners are John and
Gale Dickert, Carole Taitt, Diane
.and Richard "Abe" Whitfield, Joy
,:owles Ezell and TRUE.
Both Diane Whitfield and Ezell'
*re elected members of the Taylor
County Soil and Water
Conservation Board. In the
petition, Ezell is listed as the
registered agent for TRUE, while
:Diane Whitfield is listed as
'resident.
The four utility partners behind
-TEC announced July 12 they were
suspending their-permitting efforts
Jor the proposed coal-fired power
plant, but they continued pursuing
heir applications for the two
amendments,, culminating in
August with DCA filing a notice
'f intent to find them in
compliance.
Of the two amendments, the
:first creates two new land use
categories for power generating
facilities. The second amendment
changes the land use classification
for the proposed TEC site near
3uckeye (some 3,000 acres) from
agriculture to one of the new
:categories. The land is currently
:owned by Buckeye and Foley
"Timber and Land. The TEC
.partners finalized contracts late
last year to purchase the property.
T'he future of the site, and the TEC
partners' role with it, remains
unclear.
uThe partners filed for the
changes in 2006; in February,
)CA filed 12 objections to the
amendments.
:. TEC officials worked with
:county personnel and DCA
representatives to make changes to
the amendments before the
:commission held final approval
-hearirigs in June. More than 200
people were present for that
-hearing, and the commission
approved the changes made to
both amendments by TEC and
.voted to return them once again to,.
DCA to determine compliance.


for the campaign, with revenue
from admissions, t-shirt sales and
two dinners held Friday and
Saturday going to the March of
Dimes. /
"I want to also -give a special
thanks to the Perry-Taylor County
Chamber of Commerce and the
Tourism Development Council for
allowing us to join their event,"
Bitner said.


Full photo coverage
of the 2007
WalkAmerica &
Pickin' in the Pines
Bluegrass Festival
is featured on
page B-1
(Photos by Mark Viola)


"It gave us the opportunity to
bring a lot of new people into our


mission," she said.
While a pair of short rain
showers delayed the first two
performances Friday afternoon,
the clouds parted quickly to reveal
blue skies once more and the
festivities continued.
Bluegrass fans from around the
region listened to hours of music
from a plethora of bands, including
Ernie Evans and Southern Lite,
Pure & Simple, the Tallahassee
Fiddlers, the Wilson Family
Band and headliners, the
Chapmans.
"We aie very pleased with the
outcome," Festival Coordinator
Dawn Taylor said.
"Although the weather wasn't
the greatest, the attendance was
good. The people-we spoke to are
already excited about next year.
"We're also glad that events such
as this one can benefit the local
economy by generating business
for our local hotels, motels,
campgrounds, restaurants and
retail stores."


made by three students


informed by TCHS Principal
Michael Thompson that three
students had come forward with
allegations of inappropriate
behavior by Wells.
The school and the district began,
an investigation into the
allegation, and Wellm.-I-f _-, .w. ,.
It was ,kic JedJ i.:' r,-. ,..si;gr him
until the investigation was
completed.


Howard would not comment on
the details of. the alleged
misconduct.
The information collected'
during the district's investigation
has been forwarded to the Bureau
of Professional Practices, a
division of ih.e Fhl:rido.Departient ,
cI Ed.l 'l[ cial .,i ci Ce-e- t- j .lh r
conduct and certification, Howard
added.'


GR EAT


MainStreet Perry, Inc
Perry was designated as a Main Street community in 1992, by the National. Main Street
Center of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Main Street is an economic
development program which emphasizes downtown revitalization while preserving '"
and enhancing the heritage of communities through historic preservation.
Though MainStreet Perry has been in existence for almost 15 years, it is still
very much a grassroots program. Past success has depended primarily upon the
time and energies of a select few citizens. Thus, accomplishments have ebbed and
flowed along with the seasons of volunteers--from exhilarated to burnt-out. Still, there
have been major improvements in downtown Perry,
including the implementation of streetscape and "
facade treatments. But MainStreet Perry is about
much more than facelifts. It is about revitalization
of the city center and returning it to a place of
prominence and significance, which speaks of a
sense of identity and quality of life.
As our 2006-07 fiscal year winds down, we are
gearing up for a renewed effort to reorganize.
The foundation of that effort is a new Board of
Directors, to be elected by the membership in
October 2007. With this effort; we anticipate
the ignition of revitalization and preservation
initiatives throughout downtown Perry. But
community involvement is key to success.
To realize such an accomplishment we need
to foster sincere community interest and commitment. And
that's why we need yot! So join MainStreet Perry today. Help reinvigorate your
community and preserve its heritage for generations to come.
Chris Olson
Program President,
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Nucatola kept crowd charged


,JR. MISS
jContinued from page 1


Portrayed by 2006 Jr. Miss Jennifer
,Tedder, stepped out of the shadows
,and tapped together the heels of
ber ruby red slippers.
3 This was all the encouragement
'ihe 13 munchkins (portrayed by
:ihe Jr. Miss candidates) needed to
.bome out of hiding.
Outfitted in costumes reflecting
jthe bright colors of the rainbow,
the teens danced across stage with
:each taking a turn at the
'microphone to introduce
:themselves to the audience:
,Candidates #1 Katie Smith,
Candidate #2 Megan Perry,
candidate #3 Georgia Brown,
Candidate #4 Natalie Clark,
:Candidate #5 Emily Ensley,
Candidate #6 Brooke Davis,
`Candidate #7 Lauren Hardin,
.Candidate #8 Bonnie Batson,
JCandidate #9 Marla Hathcock,
.Caididate #10 Sky Horton,
GCa-ididate #11 Rebecca
'Thomnpson. Candidate #12 Ashley
Rucker and Candidate #13 Angela
Ro.bnris.
+'"n^elcome 'to our land of
icms," Co-Chair Angie Gibson
said jas the curtain fell on the
qpning number.



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lplone were taken from Morris.
S-During a search of the home,
;officers retrieved seven baggies of
;crack and a vial containing 13
nmbre rocks of cocaine from the


She then turned the microphone
over to Nucatola, who received an
enthusiastic welcome from the
crowd.
"Did you see the rainbow
outside as you were coming in?
Pretty appropriate for our evening
tonight, don't you think?" said
Nucatola, who is a meteorologist
with WCTV broadcasting.
Stepping up the pace of the
program, Nucatola ran through an
introduction of the judges,
welcomed back on stage the 2006
Jr. Miss for a ballet performance
and thanked all of the sponsors and
volunteers for their contributions.
Also performing was the 2006
Talent Award winner Jamie
Jacobson.
The Jr. Miss candidates then
presented a heart-pounding
physical fitness routine that
included push-ups, sit-ups and
jumping jacks.
Individual talent performances
followed, showcasing a wide range
of abilities--from twirling to drama
to comedy.
Co-Chair Angie Cruse also
welcomed to the stage Florida
Forest Festival "forget-me-nots,"
former festival queens and
contestants.
"This is a family that grows


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in seized during search


toilet; Deputy Mark Hershberger
and Ptl. Lindsay Shaw found a bag
containing approximately 13
grams of powder cocaine, a pill
bottle with residue, a bag of
cannabis, baggies and a razor blade
in Morris' room. A 9 mm Glock
handgun loaded with five bullets


was found under an air mattress in
the same room.. In Jackson's
bedroom, an aluminum box
containing $239 in $1 bills was
found, along with several unknown
pills. Two bags of small "baggies"
were seized from the living room
and a scanner with police


Cards of Thanks


S Poppeff
SAlthough it's belated, we would
,like to thank everyone for their
,prayers, food and flowers during
'opWr loss. We would like to extend
,a special thanks to Calvary Baptist,
SFirst Assembly of God, Burns
fineral Home, Goodman's
3Barbecue, Premier Medical Clinic
S- aqd- Covenant Hospice--for your-
,compassion and care. We
:wouldn't have made it without
:y-.UJ
May God bless all of you,
Juanita, Michael, Randy,
,Denise, Judy, Melissa and Family
Editor's Note: The above thank you note
vWas inadvertently omitted from a previous
.jdition. We apologize for the delay.

|i Tennis
The family of Lucille Tennis is
thankful all for the cards, food,
flowers and kind words at the time
0f our mother's passing. A special
hankss to the Rev. Glenda
Drayman, the Rev. Howie
irimminga, Mr. Tom Thornton
,nd the ladies of the First United
1Methodist Church of Cross City


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Sj ReaClEstate
Bonnie Jo Wells
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: f' 1466 Ezell Beach Rd.
Perry, FL 32348
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for their gracious services.
Rhoda Moehring, Jack Bobbi
Pattison and Darrell and Gayland
Tennis

Harvey
The family of George Harvey
would like to thank the friends and
community members for your kind
._ expressions of love and sympathy
after George's death. Your visits,
gifts of food, cards, flowers and
other helpful items were a great


comfort to George's family.
* Thanks so much to those of you
have contributed to the
George Harvey Memorial
Scholarship Fund at Citizens
Bank.
George would be very proud and
honored to know that some young
student will be able to continue his
or her education as a result of these
gifts in his name. -
Sincerely,
Sherry Harvey and
Family


frequencies was seized from the
back porch.
All items were photographed by
Inv. Donna Lee and packaged into
evidence by Sgt. Franklin.
Jackson is being held at. the
Taylor -County Jail without bail;
Morris has been handed a
$100,000 bond and currently
remains in custody.
Inv. Dewayne Bratcher and
Deputy Timmy Murphy also
assisted in the operation.


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every year and we are very proud
to be a part of it," she said.
Following a brief intermission, it
was then time for the evening
gown presentation. Each of the
candidates was escorted on stage
by a loved one and then asked one
of 20 questions given to them at
the end of their morning
interviews.
The questions addressed such
topics as role models and looking
at oneself for change.
The judges deliberated for more
than half an hour before returning
to the auditorium with the winners'
names tucked, inside sealed
envelopes.
But before the winners were
announced, Tedder took her final
walk as Junior Miss and received a
standing ovation.
Family and friends cheered as
the awards were announced and
applause filled the room when
Hardin was named the 2007
Florida Forest Festival Jr. Miss.
Well-wishers rushed the stage
afterwards to congratulate all of
the winners and participants.
Hardin will make her first
official appearance as Jr. Miss
during at this Saturday evening's
annual Little King and Queen,
Pageant.


. Award winners at the 2007 Florida Forest Festival Jr. Miss program included: (I to r)
Emily Ensley, scholastic award; Natalie Clark, fitness (group A) award; Maria Hathcock,,
talent award; and Rebecca Thompson, Spirit of Jr. Miss (tie), Be Your Best Self essay award,.
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Living


A-4 Taco Times October 10, 2007


Just answer this question:

Had your annual mammogram?

October is Breast Cancer tumor. It can spread throughout nipple discharge or change in
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Awareness month, and the first
question that pops up is: "Have
you had your mammogram this
year?"
The second question is, "What
about your mother, your sister, or
your best friend?"
But there are more questions to
answer. Did you know you don't
have to have a lump to have breast
cancer?
There is more than one kind of
breast cancer, and the supporters of
the 2008. Relay for Life want to be
sure that women in this community
are aware of the dangers of
inflammatory breast cancer (IBC).
Information from the
Inflammatory Breast Cancer
Research Foundation suggests that
this is the most aggressive form of
breast cancer, with a "faster
doubling time than other breast
cancers. IBC usually grows in
nests or sheets, rather than a solid


Ashley Speas, Larry English Jr.


December vows will


unite Speas, English
Randy and Dianna Speas of Perry announce the engagement of their
daughter, Ashley, to Larry English Jr., the son of Larry and Jean English
of Shady Grove.
The bride-elect is a 2005 graduate of the University of Central Florida
with a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing. She is currently employed
as: a Registered Nurse on the pediatric floor of Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital.
SMiss Speas is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. William L. Yates, and
Mrs. Rita Speas, all of Bradenton.
The prospective groom received his AA degree from North Florida
Community College and is currently a senior at Valdosta State University,
pursuing a degree in political science.
His grandparents are Horace Anderson of Adrian, Ga., and Mrs. Evelyn
Davis of Toledo, Ohio.
The couple will bemarried on Dec. 29, 2007, at 6 p.m. in the First
Presbyterian Church of Perry: A recepui'n '.%il follov. a thie CAthol'ic
Parish Hall. Formal invitations % kil bc si-ued, hut all friends and family
members are cordially invited to attend.


Reunion developing fi
Senior classes from Taylor County High School
during the 1930s and 1940s are combining forces for a
reunion which will mark the 60th year for the Class of
'48 but'serve as an extended reunion "for the greatest
generation of all," organizers said.
*June is the target month for this event, with time and
date to be announced later. "We need help from
everyone who can provide information on their
specific class members--name, address, phone number
and e-mail," said Ella Mae Courtney Whiddon.
If you were in the Class of 1943, please contact Ray
Evans at 506 N. Quincy St., by phone at 838-2003, or
by e-mail at lcdrray@yahoo.com.
The Class of 1944 should forward information .to
Loisell Edwards Coleman at 100 N. Cheryl Dr., or by
phone at 584-6762. If you were in the Class of 1945,
please contact Whiddon at 3381 Slaughter Rd., 584-


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Pursuing a
Master's
Victoria Dawn Baker, the daughter
of Arthur and LaVerne Moore of
Fayetteville, Ga., has-been accepted
into the Master's program for reading
and literature at Emory University.
She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Ethel
Lee McKhight of'Pdrry, and graduated
with honors from Fayette County High.
School.


or 'greatest generation'
7383, or by e-mail at emw@gtcom. net.
Class of 1946 graduates should check in with Lydia
Hendry Andrews at 108 E. Pace Dr., or 584-6582.
For the Class of 1947, the contact person is Mary
Frances Brannen Mangum, 1833 Farmway,
Middleburg, FL 32068, (904) 215-9448.
The host class, the Class of 1948, is asked to contact
Marilyn Nesmith Jackson at 125 Cherry St., Neptune
Beach, FL 32266; by phone at-(904) 249-5956, or e-
mail fedgal@aol.com;
For the Class of 1949, the go-to person is Alma
Register Walker, 105 Seminole Rd., toll free at 1-877-
268-1035, or Martha Lee Stephens Guess, 106 Donna
Dr., Perry 584-4235.
Graduates from classes 1940-42, or anyone in the
1930s, should contact Polly Knowles Perkins at 927
N.'Jefferson St., 584-6719.


Shamrock Veterinary Clinic
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"Your Pet's Wellness Provider"


Linda Stoddard, D.V.M.
Hank Stoddard, D.V.M., D.T.V.M.
Amy Campbell, D.V.M.
Amy Stone, D.V.M., PhD


There have been Rabies POSITIVE
animals in the tri-county area recently.
RABIES is a fatal disease that is'
transmitted from animal to animal or
animal to person. It is important that
your pet has a current rabies vaccination.
We will be having our annual vaccine
clinic on Saturday, Nov. 3.
For details call (352) 498-5293.

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the breast without a detectable
lump."
Researchers admit that diagnosis
can be difficult; IBC is not usually
detected' by mammograms or
ultrasounds. The symptoms of this
particular type of cancer are
similar to those of mastitis, a
benign breast infection.
Symptoms include:
rapid, unusual increase in
breast size;
redness, rash, blotchiness on
breast;
persistent itching of breast or
nipple;
lump or thickening of breast
tissue;
stabbing pain or soreness of
breast;
feverish breast;
swelling of lymph nodes under
the arm or above the collar bone;
dimpling or ridging of breast;
flattening or retracting nipple;


pigmented area around nipple.
But medical practitioners are
quick to. point out that the above
symptoms may simply indicate a
benign breast disorder.
"However, any change to your
breasts) should be reported to
your physician immediately."
More information on this form
of cancer is available' at
www.ibcresearch.org.
';Women should go to their
health care professional for a
clinical breast exam, but continue
with regular self examination.
Always discuss any concerns with
your healthcare provider."
That leaves one question, worth
repeating: When ivas your last
clinical breast exam and/or
mammogram?
The local teams affiliated with
Relay For Life urge you not to
wait.
Schedule yours today.


Wedding reminder
'Everett-'Walter
Joanna Christell Everett and Thomas Butler Walker III remind friends
and relatives of their wedding on Saturday, Oct. 13, at 6:30 p.m. at
Steinhatchee Landing Resort. A reception will follow.


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3 came, 3 saw, 3 conquered

Chainsaw, cross-cut competitions ready for crowds


The sounds of saws will fill the
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Forest Festival fills Forest Capital
Park on Saturday, Oct. 27.
The cross-cut competition
begins promptly at 1:30 p.m. on
Festival Day, followed by cross-
cut events. Registration will be
held from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m., with
no entries accepted after 1 p.m.
Men's and women's categories
are established for all saw events,
with a mixed pairs (Jack-n-Jill)
category for cross cut.


Safety equipment will be
provided and must be worn by all
participants.
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other prizes including plaques and
cash.
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The event will be held near the
southeast corner of the old armory,
next to the log loader competition.
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Note FFF schedule changes!
Forest Festival week this year will see some scheduling changes for the
52nd annual celebration.
The carnival will open Wednesday, Oct. 24, rather than Tuesday. The
annual "Fabulous Fireworks Display" will be Thursday, Oct. 25, at the
Perry-Foley Airport.
The rest of the week remains the same, with the Heritage Tours at Forest
Capital State Museum on Friday, Oct. 26, in which some 700 students
from around the region will interact with demonstrators.
The annual Bed Race and Gaslight Parade will be downtown that
evening.
On Saturday, Oci. 27, the festival day arrives with the King Tree Parade
in the morning. At Forest Capital State Park, events begin at 12 noon with
the World's Largest Free Fish Fry. Stage entertainers include Charlie
McCoy and blues legend Buddy Miles. The festival will also include
lumberjack shows, equipment demonstrations, saw competitions, arts and
crafts, food vendors, an antique car show and more.
No golf carts, go-carts allowed at park
The Taylor County Sheriffs Office and Florida Forest Festival
organizers would like to remind residents that golf carts, go-carts and
ATVi will not be allowed on the festival grounds Saturday, Oct. 27.


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Sports


Madison still dominant over


BY AARON PORTWOOD -
The Madison County Cowboys
continued their dominance over
neighboring rival Taylor County,
and extended their stranglehold
over District 2 and Class 2A
opponents with a lopsided 48-7
victory over the Bulldogs Friday
night in, Madison's Boot Hill
stadium.
It could have been worse.
After building a 42-7 halftime
lead, Madison pulled their starting
running backs during the third
period and scored just once more
in the fourth quarter, which lasted
just over 12 minutes and 10 plays
courtesy of a_ continuously-
Srunning clock.
The Class 2A 3rd-ranked
Cowboys piled up 370 yards and
six touchdowns rushing against
the Bulldogs, adding another 95
yards and a TD passing for a total
of 465 yards.,
Taylor County managed 69
yards rushing, 81 yards passing
and scored their only touchdown
on an 85-yard kickoff return by
Lavaski Williams.
Madison -- who dressed- out
twice as many players (48) as
Taylor (24) -- improved to 4-1
overall and took an early 1-0 lead
: in district play, while the Bulldogs
-lost their fourth straight game and
dropped to 1-5 overall and 0-,1 in
district.
Madison County has made the
playoffs every year since 1995 and
has an overall record of 132-23-1
since 1996. During that span the
Cowboys have won 11 straight
district titles, one state
championship (2001), made it to
the state championship game four
Times and has advanced to the final
four seven times.
Their neighbors to the south,
Taylor County, has not had a
winning season since the 1997
district and state championship
season (13-2) and has made the
.playoffs as district runner-up twice
(1998 and 2005) since 1997;
losing in the first round both
times.
Madison appears more poised
than ever to make another run at
the state title, having addressed
two major weaknesses (lack of a
passing game and kicking woes)
that were exploited by opponents
during their playoff runs in the
past.
Madison alternated three
different quarterbacks who
combined to complete 3 of 11
passes for 95 yards and a
S.touchdown with no interceptions.
The Cowboy's kicking game was
also much. improved, as two
different kickers averaged 46 yards
on two punts and missed only the
last of seven extra-point kicks.
The Cowboys used 5 different
rushers to gain J73 yards and 5
TDs in the first half, and finished
with 11 rushers and two receivers
Swho helped Madison pick up nine
first downs (seven in the first half)
despite having to overcome 10
penalties for 95 yards.
Madison fumbled twice and
recovered both to finish the game
with no turnovers, while the
Bulldogs fumbled three times, lost
two and threw an interception, but
had only two penalties.
A trio of junior runningbacks
led the Cowboys, as Chris
Thompson rushed 12 times for
205 yards and 2 TDs, while Cory
Akins had 6 carries for 63 yards
and a TD and Jordan Johnson had
only three carries, but gained 19
yards and scored a pair of
touchdowns.
Junior linebacker and back-up
RB Quanta Barfield picked up 61
yards on just three carries in the
second half.
Taylor County's speedy receiver
SLavaski Williams was one of the
few highlights for the Bulldogs, as
- he returned his second kickoff for a
touchdown on the season with 55
seconds left in the first half.
Williams (103 return yards, 1 TD)








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fielded the ball at his own 15 and
patiently waited for several blocks


before making several moves
around midfield and then


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Stats
First Downs
Rushes/Yards
Comp/Passing/Int.
Pass Yards
Total Offense
Return Yards
Punts/Avg.
Fumbles/Lost
Penalties/Yards


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35/370
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accelerating past the Madison
coverage team for a score.
That score came just six seconds
after Madison had grabbed a 35-0
lead and 'it would be less than 24
seconds before Madison scored
again on a 68-yard pass from
senior QB Blake Sapp to senior
wide receiver Jabaris Thorton with
just,31 seconds left in the second
quarter.
Bulldog senior QB Greg Sneed
completed 4 of 14 passes for 81
yards, but was picked off once and
had seven carries for only 2 yards
rushing due to sacks and two
fumbles (one lost). Junior tailback
Bryckoski Jackson carried the ball
15 times for 64 yards, but fumbled
and lost the ball just shy of the
goal line on what would have been
the Bulldogs only offensive
scoring drive late in the, third
period.

Dwayne Beasley and Jarvis
McGrew filled in at fullback for
the Bulldogs, who were playing
without two. starters due to
injuries, and managed 3 yards on 4
carries.
Quentin Tucker (2 catches, 40
yards), Greg Flowers (34 yard
catch) and Kelvin Bellamy (7-yard
catch). accounted for Taylor's
- passing yardage:
Madison's defense held the
Bulldogs to only two first downs
and eight rushing yards on 13
carries in the first hAlf and only 55
yards total in the first two quarters
of play. Taylor bounced back to
finish with 95 yards (61 rushing)
in the second half and picked up 5
more first downs.
Most of Taylor's success came
on back-to-back drives in the third


quarter, when Jackson found some
good blocking and holes up the
middle and Sneed scrambled for 27
yards before punter Ty Crowley
had his first punt of the season
blocked for a 19-yard loss.
The Bulldog defense held and
Jackson picked up 11 more yards
before Sneed hit Flowers for a 34-
yard pass that set the Bulldogs up
1st and 10 at the Madison 15.
Jackson 'rumbled forward for a'
hard-fought 12 yards and a first
down that gave the Bulldogs a 1st
and goal at the Madison 3.
Two plays later Jackson
fumbled as he was about to score
for Taylor and Madison converted
the turnover into points with a 14-
yard TD run in the final few
minutes of play.
The Cowboys' first two
touchdowns came on a pair of
misdirection option plays to
Johnson in the first (8-yard TD
run) and second quarter (10-yard
run).
Just over two minutes later
Taylor was forced to punt after
three-plays and Thompson ripped
off 'a 64-yard TD run.
After another Bulldog punt,
Thompson scored on a 70-yard TD
run that showcased his excellent
speed.
A bad pitch by Sneed resulted in
another fumble and Madison took
advantage again, this time
scooping up the ball and returning
it down to the Bulldog seven.
Akins scored from four-yards out
to make the score 35-0.
Williams' kickoff return for a
touchdown cut the lead to 35-7,
but Madison roared right back
three plays later with a 68-yard
pass from Sapp to Thorton.


The Taylor County High junior
varsity football team improved its
record to 3-2 Thursday with a 24-0


Date


Opponent


win over Dixie County in Cross
City.
The Bulldog offense amassed


Site


Time/Result


Aug. 30 Suwannee County Away 7:00 p.m.
Sept. 6 Newberry Home 7:00 p.m.
Sept. 13 Madison County Home 7:00 p.m.
Sept. 20 Chiefland Away- 7:00 p.m.
Sept. 27 OPEN
Oct. 4 Dixie County Away 7:00 p.m.
Oct. 11 Wakulla Home 7:00 p.m.
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395 yards while the defense shut
out Dixie County.
Tony Jackson, who had nine
carries for 117 yards, scored Taylor
County's first two touchdowns in
the first quarter on runs of four and
46 yards.
Quarterback Tevin Jones
completed a 47-yard TD pass to
Lakedric Woodfaulk in the second
quarter to put the 'Dogs up 18-0 at
the half.
On the night, Jones was 6-10
passing for 119 yards and had six
carries for 51 yards.
In the third quarter, Tyler
Flowers scored the Bulldogs' final
touchdown on a short run.
Flowers generated 65 yards
rushing on nine carries against
Dixie.
Bulldog Coach Bobby Eason
said his defense was led by King
Price, Cotie Riley, George Gant
and Steven Ghent.
Taylor County tangles with
Wakulla Thursday night at Perry's
Dorsett Stadium. Kickoff is set for
7 p.m.


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Aug. 24 Newberry Away 7:30 p.m.
Aug. 31 Wakulla Away 7:30 p.m.
Sept. 7 Jefferson County Away 7:30 p.m.
Sept. 14 Santa Fe Away 7:30 p.m.
Sept. 21 Chiefland Home 7:30 p.m.
Sept. 28 Suwannee County Home 7:30 p.m.
Oct. 5 Madison County Away 7:30 p.m.
Oct. 12 OPEN
Oct. 19 Dixie County Home 7:30,p.m.
Oct. 26 N. Fla. Christian Home 7:30 p.m.
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i Defensive highlights for the.:'
Bulldogs, who have given up
more than 40 points in the last
three games, came from Jarvis
McGrew (sack), Johnathon Smith :
(QB pressure, sack), junior varsity.
call-up Curtis Mango (vicious :--
tackle on Thompson) and Jarquis
Ellis (several tackles, pass--
deflection).
Cody Davis, Zach Morris,
Beasley, Kendall Thompson and
Tyler DuBose turned in gutsy-,
performances on the line, while :
Tucker had a highlight reel 35-yard .
catch when he made a tremendous "
adjustment on an underthrown._!:
pass. ':
Despite shanking his first punt
for only 10 yards and having his. ,
final punt blocked, Crowley--:'
booted kicks of 42, 43 and 51'
yards and did not allow a return
yard punting the ball. The "
sophomore kicker also made a -i
touchdown-saving tackle on
Madison,s only kickoff return to-.=:
start the second half.' ..-:
'The Bulldogs have an open
week on the schedule this week .
and will return to action on Oct.
19 when they host neighboring z
Dixie County in an important
district game at Dorsett Stadium.
The Bears are 3-3 with wins over
Chiefland (14-0), Williston (30-
20) and Jefferson (47-6) and losses
to Newberry (21-14), Lafayette
(28-7) and district rival Fort White
(58-22).
Fort White picked up its first
win in a district game against
Dixie County this past week, after
losing their first four games to
Bradford (7-3), Keystone Heights '
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Saturday filled with church festivals
n",-h"Vf~t lan"t i R"I eeroe nTalrola County to attend. Breakfast will be served from 7 until


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Bbyd United Methodist Church will present Octoberfest on Saturday,
Oct.' 13, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Crafts will be featured, along with Bible
study games and door prizes. The Moonwalk will be set up for children,
with hamburgers and hot dogs served for lunch. Organizers plan "a fun
day for all ages."
And you're invited!
Fall Festival is Saturday
The First United Methodist Church Merry Makers and United Methodist
Men will host their annual Fall Festival on Saturday, Oct. 13, in Memorial
Hall at the church, 302 N. Jefferson St.
The mflen will open the festival by serving breakfast at 7 a.m., offering
pancakes, sausage, juice and coffee. The cost is $3 for adults and $1.50
for children.
The festival will also showcase a Country Kitchen featuring pies, cakes,
candies, brownies, preserves, prepared by some of the best cooks in Taylor
County."
Holiday decorations and ornaments, as well as items for Halloween and
Thanksgiving, will share the spotlight at this year's fund-raiser. Another
feature will be the Vintage Table of yesterday'ss treasures" including
glassware.; what-nots, collectibles, kitchen items and vintage linens.
The Merry Makers and United Methodist Men issue an invitation for


Ruth Byrd Massey
Ruth Byrd Massey
Ruth Byrd Massey, 89, a
resident of Tallahassee, died Oct.
8, 2007, following a brief illness.
Mrs. Massey was born in Rising
Fawn, Ga., on May 6, 1918, to
William Lowry and Gertrude
Richards Byrd. She was a longtime
member of the First United
Methodist Church of Perry. Mrs.
Mapsey was a school teacher for 31
yeals, 22 of which were in the
Tajior Coun[\ School District,
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St., Oct. 20 6:00 p.m.
Memorial Service
for
Sara Jones

FREE PlZZA
For more information call
223-HOPE
Sponsored by local churches


then North Georgia College. She
was a member of the Camellia
Club of Tallahassee.
Mrs. Massey was pre-deceased
by her husband of 50 'years, Mr.
William Benton Massey.
Survivors include: two sons,
Michael Massey of Gainesville
and Gary Massey of Liberty, N.C.;
a daughter, Linda Harvey of
Tallahassee; a sister, Goma
Stallard of Avon Park; five
grandchildren; six great
grandchildren; and a host of nieces
and nephews.
Funeral services will be held
Saturday, Oct. 13, at 2 p.m. at
Pineview Memorial Gardens with
the Rev. James Taylor officiating.
Family members will receive
friends Friday from 6-8 p.m. at Joe
P. Burns Funeral Home, which is iii
charge of arrangements.


9 a.m.; the festival concludes at noon.
Morning of Reflection offered Saturday
All women of the community are invited to a Morning of Reflection on
Saturday, Oct. 13, at the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church.
The 9 a.m. mass will be followed by a continental breakfast from 9:30
until 10 a.m. The Rev. Msgr. Crawford will speak from 10 until 11 a.m.,
with Holy Hour observed from 11 a.m. until noon.
To reserve a place or for more information, please call the church at 584-
3169 or Doris Lepoma at 223-2956.
Camp meeting set at Lighthouse Revival Center
A camp meeting will be held at Lighthouse Revival Center, 808 E.
Granger Dr., beginning Oct. 10 and continuing through Oct. 14. Services
are planned nightly at 7, with Sunday's beginning at 6. Everyone is
welcome. For more information, please call 223-3884 or 223-1599.


Meetings continue at Antioch Revival Center
On Thursday and Friday, Oct. 11-12, the association meetings at Antioch
Revival Center will be held., at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Then on Sunday, Oct. 13, worship will be held at 11 a.m. with dinner
following. Everyone is invited to "come and bring a friend."


Memorial donations may be
made to the First United Methodist
Church, 302 N. Jefferson St.,
Perry, FL 32347.
Eloyse Pita
Eloyse Pita, a longtime Perry
resident,-died Oct. 2, 2007, at her
home.
A native of Trenton, she had
lived in Perry since 1955. She was
a member of Calhoun Street
Church of Christ. She was
involved with senior citizens and
the Meals on Wheels program.
Survivors include: a son, Robert
Anthony "Bobby'" Pita of
Gainesville; a daughter, Judith
Anne "Judy" Pita of Atlanta, Ga.; a
sister, Edna Clapp of Trenton;
three grandchildren; and three
great grandchildren.


Senior Citizens, Federal Government


Assistance is
Senior citizens who are at least
62 years old and ot n a home, can
n>\M borrow against the equity in
their home, utilizing the money for
just about anything, without ever
having to repay the debt. They
can continue living in the home
for the rest of their lives without
the burden of making monthly
payments.
This is now possible thanks
to a Home Equity Conversion
Mortgage created by the Federal
Government's Department of
Housing and Urban Development,
also known as HUD.
This money can be used to:
1. Pay off an existing mortgage.
2. Pay for medical expenses
3. Supplement income
4. Supplement savings
5. Make repairs to the home


Now Available
6. Provide financial assistance to
family members
7. Establish a line of credit that
can be used if needed in the future
8. Vacation and travel
There is never a risk of'losing
their home and they are free to
sell or refinance the home, without
penalty, at any time. All money
received is tax free and has no effect
on Social Security or retiremerit
income.
A free report reveals how
citizens of Taylor County can
utilize this opportunity to each
financial burdens for themselves,
or their loved ones courtesy of the
United State Government insured
assistance program.
For more information, call the
Consumer Awareness hotline for
a free recorded message, anytime
24 hours a day at 888-812-3156,
ext. 99.


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Saturday, Oct. 13 11:00 a.m.
Home of the Woods Family on Bird Island
All graduates, attendees, teachers and employees are welcome to attend!
The school, established in the small township of Salem, taught first through twelfth grades.


For more information, please call Clinton Wood (578-2161), Beatrice Strickland
(584-3699), Janice Byrne (584-9420) or Lucretia Sheffield (584-7667)
* (All paper goods and ice will be furnished.)


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She was predeceased by her
husband, Albert P. Pita, a brother,
Hansel Durrance, and a sister,
Doris Pearson.
Funeral services were held
Sunday, Oct. 7, at 3 p.m. at Joe P.
Bums Funeral Home with Pastor
Jim Hartman officiating. Interment
followed at Woodlawn Cemetery.
Family members received
friends one hour prior to the
service. Bums Funeral Home was
in charge of arrangements.


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CHURCH OF CHRIST
601 West Ash Street


Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship 10:45 a.m.


Sunday Evening
Wed. Bible Class


6:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.


Visitors Welcome
Church Ph: 584-6155 Carl Desmartin: 223-3210

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* Cancer Lump Sum Benefit
* Life Insurance 0-80 yr.
* Critical Illness Coverage--
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Home Office
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS ,
CONCERNING AMENDMENTS TO THE

TAYLOR COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN

BY THE PLANNING BOARD OF TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA, SERVING ALSO AS THE LOCAL
PLANNING AGENCY OF TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to
Sections 163.3161 through 163.3215, Florida Statutes, and the Taylor County Land Development Code, as
amended, hereinafter referred to as the Land Dev'elopment Code, objections, recommendations and comments
concerning amendments, as described below, will be heard by the Planning Board of Taylor County, Florida,
serving also as the Local Planning Agency of Taylor County, Florida, at public hearings on November 1, 2007
at 6:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matters can be heard, in the County Commission Meeting Room.
Administrative Complex located at 201 East Green Street, Perry, Florida. The Planning Board is conducting
these public hearings in order to make recommendations to the Board of County Commissioners concerning [
approval or denial of the amendments, as described, below.
(1) CPA 07-2, an application by the Board of County Commissioners, to amend the text of the Comprehensive
Plan by adding a Public School Facilities Element to the Comprehensive Plan, by amending the Intergovernmental
Coordination Element of the Comprehensive Plan to add a policy concerneming coordination with the School
Board and by amending the Capital Improvement Element of the Comprehensive Plan to' add public school
facilities level of service standards and to amend the Five-Year Schedule of Capital Improvements. .
(2) CPA 07-3, an application by Robert Sheffield, as agent for Buckeye Nursery Inc., to amend the Future Land
Use Plan Map of the Comprehensive Plan changing the future land use classification from AGRICULTURE-2
(AG-2, 1 dwelling unit per 10 acres) to MIXED USE-URBAN DEVELOPMENT and MIXED USE-RURAL
RESIDENTIAL for property described, as follows:
From AGRICULTURE-2 to MIXED USE-URBAN DEVELOPMENT
A parcel of land lying in 'Sections 29 and 30, Township 4 South, Range 8 East, Taylor County, Florida. Being
more particularly described, as follows: The Northwest 1/4 of said Section 29, along with the North 1/2 of the
North 1/2 of the Southwest 1/4 of said Section 29, and the Southeast 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of said Section 30,
Containing 240.37 acres, more or less.
AND
From AGRICULTURE-2 to MIXED USE-RURAL RESIDENTIAL
A parcel of land lying in Section 29, Township 4 South, Range 8 East, Taylor County, Florida. Being more
particularly described, as follows:.The West 1/2 of the Northeast 1/4 of said Section 29 and the North 1/2 of the
Northwest 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 of said Section 29.
Containing 100.00 acres, more or less.
All said lands containing 340.37 acres, more or less.


SThe public hearings may be continued to one or more'future
dates. Any interested party shall be advised that the date,
time and place of any continuation of the public hearings
shall be announced during the public hearings and that no
.further notice concerning the matters will be published,
unless said continuation exceeds six calender weeks from
the date of the above referenced public hearings.
At the aforementioned public hearings, all interested
parties may appear and be heard with respect to the
amendments.
Copies of the amendments are available for public
inspection at the Building and Planning Department,
Administrative Complex, located at 201 East Green Street,
Perry, Florida, during regular business hours.
All persons are advised that if they decide to appeal any
decision made at the above referenced public hearings,
they will need a record of the proceedings, and that, for
such purpose, they may need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is made, which record includes
the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to
be based.


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I ine & Cueen to be crowned Saturday


Taylor County's junior royalty
invites you to make a date and join
them "At the Drive-In" for the
2007 Florida Forest Festival Little
King & Queen Pageant Saturday,
Oct. 13.
Contestants will be swinging to
t}1e music from the 1950's as they
compete for royal honors during
6- p.m. ceremonies at Taylor


Contestant #1
Ethan Whiddon
Parents: Ty and Staci
I Whiddon


County High School. Tickets are .
$5 and can be purchased in
advance at the Chamber of
Commerce. Tickets will also be
sold at the door Saturday.
Valerie Lacy of News Channel
27 in Tallahassee returns as
mistress of ceremonies. Special
performances from Taylor
Gymnastics and Dance are


Contestant #2
Harli Neshat
Parents: Shahene and Lis4"
Neshat


planned; along with musical guest
Steve Ford who will sing
"Watching You."
The opening number will be to a
medley of songs from the musical
classic "Grease."
Other special guests will include
newly-crowned 2007 Florida
Forest Festival Jr. Miss Lauren
Hardin, 2006 Little King Coby


Contestant #3
Elijah Wright
Parents: Daniel and
Gwendolyn Wright


Brannen and 2006 Little Queen
Haleigh Brooke LaValle.
Co-chairing the event are
Tabitha Murphy, Amy Bowden and
Marcy Freeman.
The 2007 Little King and Queen
will be featured at all upcoming
festival events, beginning with the
Kids' Parade and Party in the Park
Saturday, Oct. 20.


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rents: Shawn and Ann Parents: Neal and Belinda


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Contestant #6
Natalie High
Parents: Joseph and Vickie
High


Contestant #7
Seth Anderson Bush
Parents: Rick and Dixie
Bush


Contestant #8
Ayana Fitchett
Parents: Tiffany Slaughter
and Antonio Fitchett


Contestant #9
Hunter English
Parents: Robby and Linda
English


Contestant #10
Emily Schmidt
Parents: Mike and Heidi
Schmidt


Contestant #11
Dillon Gregory
Parents: Todd and Amanda
Gregory


Contestant #12
Judith Konnor Wilson
Parents: Cathy Wilson and
the late Donald Wilson


Contestant #13
Ashton Blake Brannen
Parents: Charles and
Breanna Brannen


Contestant #20
Maicie Clark
Parents: Clay and Jamie
Clark


Contestant #14
Caylen Alaine Tyler
Parents: Daniel and, Amy
Lovett


contestant #16
Chaniecia Ayanna Britt
Parents: Denise Williams
and Chad Britt


Contestant #17
Ryan Anderson Yelverton
Parents: Frank and Dulci
Yelverton


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Contestant #21
Canyon Lee Gray
Parents: Dustie and Kane
Hendry, and Lin Gray


'^ Thank
The 2007 Florida Forest Festival is at hand and my family
would like to take a few moments with you to reflect back
on 2006 and what it meant to our family: It was almost a
year ago that our son, Coby, was selected to reign with
Haleigh LaValle as the Little King and Queen over the
Florida Forest Festival. What an experience! Our heartfelt
thanks go out to Jennifer Tedder, as she watched over
Coby and Haleigh throughout the Festival. What a beautiful
young lady she is both inside and out. Also to Mrs. Marcie
Mrs. Tabitha, and Mrs. Amy, you were all so sweet to our
son and we'll never forget you. Coby received many gihs
from the business community and are too numerous to
mention each by name, to you we are very grateful and
want you to know that Coby enjoyed them all very much
The Chamber of Commerce and all that worked with our
children through out the year, Thank you from the botioni'
of our hearts.
We realize that all of the children were all winners and
that our son was fortunate to be selected as last years
little King. Thank you all and join us, all in celebrating the
Forest Industry again this year in'the 2007 Florida Forest
Festival.
God Bless you all, Oby and VWendi Brannen


Contestant #22
Briley Hearne
Parents: Randy and Lori
Hearne


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Contestant #23
Dylan Lee Lago,
Parents: Jonathon and
Kathryn Lago


Contestant #18
Hannah Lytle
Parents: Rick and Marie
Lytle


Contestant #24
Kaitlin Suzanne Willis
Parents: Darri Jones and
Bryan Willis


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due Friday

Winners of the 52nd annual--
Florida Forest Festival's Baby_
Photo Contest will be-.
announced during the Little
King and Queen Pageant
Saturday, Oct. 13, at the Taylor
County High School
gymnatorium.
The deadline for entering the
contest is this Friday, Oct. 12, at
noon. All entries are currently
on display at Photos & Frames.
Categories include: birth
through six months, seven.
through 11 months, one year,
two years, three years and four
years. All entries must be
amateur photography. Entry fee;-
is $9. All entries must be
enlarged to 8 x 10 photos,
matted (not framed) and must
have been taken after April 1,.
2007.
Only one photo 'per child-
may be entered.
Judging will be based on:
--Uniqueness of photo.
--Is the child's personality
captured?
--Is the photo spontaneous?
--Does the photo capture the
moment?
--Is the child photogenic?
Entries should be turned in to
Photos & Frames, 102 East
Main Street.
For more information, please
contact call 584-6979.


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A few short rain showers were
unable to dampen spirits at
Forest Capital State Park this
past weekend during the Pickin'
in the Pines Bluegrass for-Babies
Festival.
Bluegrass fans from around
the region were in town to enjoy
hours of "pickin' and grinnin'"
while raising money for the
March of Dimes WalkAmerica
campaign.
Walkers from local teams
gathered Saturday morning to
make the annual two-mile trek,
helping the fight against
premature births.
The festival raised more than
$2,600 for the campaign.
Overall, Taylor County raised
approximately $30,000. for
March of Dimes.


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SMother speaks out




r-ine a about bus incident


Dear Editor:
I am the mother of the child left
on the school bus. I am responding
to the school bus driver's response
on this matter.
I believe it was her
responsibility to check her bus that
day. There should be no excuses as
to that. Her son wrote to you also
saying "Stone the Bus Driver." No
one ever said to stone her, we only
asked that she be fired. I believe
that our school board made the,


best decision to fire her. I believe it
was their responsibility to send the
message that this incident could
have been much more serious.
The staff who found my
daughter crying was getting ready
to go home for the da\ What if
they would not have found her?.
The gate would have been locked.
Can you imagine how my 5-year-.
old daughter.felt waking up on a
hot empty bus" She got off the bus
and was found, crying hysterically


for her mama. She now has to be
taken and picked up from school
because she is too scared of riding
the school bus.
I do not feel that the school
system failed me and mn daughter,
ho%%e'er Nirs Johnson feels like
the school s. stem failed her and
her son., ct she left my 5-year-old
on a school bus alone. That was
not our school system's fault that
she failed ,to do her job.
Deanna L Carter


October' is Clergy Appreciation Month
Dear Editor: compassionate care to those who at life's end. .A famdl s, clerg\ is
October is Clergy Appreciation are dying. Each year, Big Bend often the first person the\ turn !to
Month. On behalf of Big Bend Hospice provides more than when facing a terminal diagnosis .
Hospice, I extend our special 110,000 days of care to patients I thank our religious leaders for
thanks to our spiritual leaders, both and families facing the end of life. opening the difficult discussions
employees of our organization and The wonderful men and women of that so many farruhes need to have
those in the communities we serve, faith greatly enhance and support about end-of-hfe care.
Spiritual leaders are essential compassionate physical care by Each quarter our spiritual care
partners in helping hospice fulfill dealing with the spiritual issues -Please see page 6
our mission of providing that can cause pain or bring neace


Midweek Muddle


A house on the corner


By SUSAN H. LINCOLN


-Letters to the Editor


Personal<
' :Dear Editor:
: In his sinister little book, "The
;Art of Always Being Right,"
: Philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer
i offered this wicked piece of advice
jon how to win an argument: "A last
trick is to become personal,
:insulting, and rude as soon as you
I;perceive that your opponent has
jthe upper hand, and that you are
: going to come off worse."
; Evidently, Ms. Sandy Beach has
" been reading her.Schopenhauer.
:,Unable to be on the winning side
'%in a series of Taylor County
:environmental issues, she's now
' reduced to attacking fellow


attacks: -a last resort?.,
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conservationists personally in the
newspaper.
Hard-working local
conservationists have defeated
several ill-advised plans to destroy
more of the people's environment.
Her support of those defeated
items: the bombing range, the coal
burner, the oversized Dekle Beach
development, a tax on the people
to benefit developers and big
business, and the taxpayer-
subsidized ethanol bid may-have
understandably caused Ms. Beach
to be encouraged to sling -rude
commentary .It seems her baggage
is showing and maybe she would


Taco TiImesT

Wednesday, October 10, 2007
123 S. Jefferson Street P.O. Box 888
Perry, Florida (850) 584-5513

DONALD D. LINCOLN SUSAN H. LINCOLN
Publisher Managing Editor

DEBBIE CARLTON CAROLYN DuBOSE
Business Manager Advertising Director

ANGELA M. CASTELUCCI LIBBY DENMARK
Staff Writer/Advertising Sales Graphic Arts

MARK VIOLA SHERRI CARTER
Staff Writer Classified Advertising
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Times reserves the right to refuse publication of letters which are libelous or irre-
sponsible.. Name may be withheld if circumstances so require, but all letters sub-
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We look forward to hearing from you! Our address is Perry, Newspapers, Inc.,
P.O. Box 888, Perry, Florida 32348. e-mail: newsdesk@perrynewspapers.comr
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be wise to just lay it all down.
Opportunists who live off the
bounty of our county and then bad
mouth the locals are justifiably
considered rude and insulting. Our
mamas always told us to just do
the "kind thing." Perhaps Ms.
Beach somehow missed that sweet
piece of advice, but we all know
it's never too late to learn.
Thanks to the work of true
conservationists and a majority of
local citizens strongly opposed to
more pollution, a series of
environmentally ill-advised
projects have been soundly
defeated. '
Ms. Beach has openly supported
each of those proposed projects
that would have further damaged
Taylor County's natural resources.
Those harmful projects included a
missile/bombing range on our
Nature Coast, a polluting coal-
fired power plant, Magnolia Bay(a
seagrass and wetlands-destroying
development) and the recent
cellulosic ethanol boondoggle.
It may never have been
explained to Ms. Beach that a
serious roadblock was put up for
Buckeye receiving the IFAS
ethanol bid when. company
representatives did not openly
answer the questions posed in a
public records request to the
University of Florida. Those
questions, if answered, would have
revealed a long-standing hornet's
nest of air and water contamination
problems. In the interest of the
public, the local newspapers might
be encouraged to openly present
those questions and report on the
facts of the matter. Doing so
however would expose more cans
of wiggling worms, and would risk
many more hazardous questions
being asked. But people still have
the right to know; sometimes they
just need to know what questions
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The house was built on a corner lot with
tall pine trees. In a style which hinted at
both "traditional" and "farmhouse," the
structure' emerged as a spacious and
beautiful place to call home.
The family painted it a soft yellow ,
trimmed it in a crisp white, added brass
exterior lighting, landscaped the :flow V
beds, poured a concrete driveway, placed
two pots of blooming flowers on the front
porch and considered themselves settled.
Then the grandfather died. In another
state. The grandmother found herself alone
and the daughter, in the soft yellow house,
longed to bring her mother close, to live
with them.
So they poured more concrete, built a
guest house that matched the main house
perfectly, attached it with a breezeway and,
pergola, added shutters and window boxes
filled with blooming geraniums. They
moved the grandmother in, placed two more
pots of blooming flowers on her stoop:and
considered themselves settled again...while
all the widows in my town salivated for a
family which would go to those lengths to.
make a grandmother feel at home.
So it became a pilgrimage of sorts.
Everytime I, or my cousins,, visited our
hometown, our mothers found a way to
show us the mother-in-law house.
Even if we were going to the grocery store
on the opposite side of town, they would
wind through this neighborhood of
substantial homes and always point out the
yellow one.
Sometimes, they were coy and suggested
they were admiring the potted caladiums.
Other times, they simply pointed to the
nice landscaping, hoping someone would
ask about the accompanying guest house.
But when their patience wore thin with our
deductive powers, they would say squarely,
"Now isn't that nice that they went to such
lengths to care for their mother--the one who
gave them life, and nurtured them all these
years. Now they're caring for her with a
space she can call her own, yet close enough
to come to her aid if she needs them."
We always smiled and nodded at each
other.
"We get it," we would say to our mothers.
"These people are wonderful; we should
be wonderful too. Why don't you come live
with us?"
"No, you live too far away..." the
aunts/mothers would say.
"No, I have my friends and my doctors
here..." they would add.


"No, why don't you move back here, build
a house underneath the pines and attach a
guest house just for me?" they never said.
They just kept riding us by the mother-irn-
law house, for nearly 15 years.
Now, when visitingg home, if we load up for
a road trip, my cousin asks, "We don't have
-Xt'orti'de by tfhi mother-in--law house, do %\e?"
* "It just happens to be on the way," my aunt
will reply, zooming in that direction.
This weekend, my two aunts zoomed from
my hometown to my home in Perry, and
spent a day and a night with us. They were
headed to Jacksonmille- for a wedding at the
yacht club, and had their dancing shoes in
the suitcase. Did I mention they are 82 and
84?
\\e had- the most enjoyable visit, with
other cousins coming, too, to celebrate.
But when the wedding signaled their
departure on Saturday, the husband and 1
assisted dutifully with their luggage.
I wasn't supposed to hear the older of the
two say to her younger sister, "Well, we can
check this one off, too."
They both laughed, and I caught them.
"What did you just say?" I asked, point
blank, and they don't lie well unless they're
prepared.
They looked at each: other like cornered
children and then the elder sister
elaborated: "We're going, to have to find us
a nice, assisted li\ng facility with one level;-
We can't take your stairs," she said.
"Are you touring for new living
arrangementss" I asked with hurt in my
voice. I actually.,thought they wanted to
come see me.
"We're always planning ahead," she said,
and I knew it to be a dangerous but true
statement.
They called again, after the wedding, when
returning to Alabama at 75 m.p.h. on 1-10. -
"Did you decide if you could live with the
granddaughter in Jacksonville?". I felt,
comfortable asking during our cell' phone
conversation,
"No," said the younger, "too much traffic."
"Tell her we've still got one more option,0'
the older sister added from the driver's seat,
"My daughter has a one-story home,", she
reminded.
But she added quickly, "Don't you dare let
my daughter know that she's our-best shot.
because her husband is in the Construction'..
business and he might build a two-story:
home before we can get there."
Good point.
My lips are sealed.


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2020 S. Jefferson St. 584-2565


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25oz.


Par-boiled Rice
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Sm all ads...big deals


THE AUCTION HOUSE OF MADISON
will be having auctions on Sat.. Oct. 13 &
20th. 1693 SW Mosley Hall Rd. (CR360)
Madison, Florida (850) 973-2959.
MASTERCARD, VISA AND DEBIT
CARDS FOOD FUN & GIVE-A-WAYS,
HEATED / AC-COMFY SEATS. From
Perry: "Tke RT 221 North to CR 360 (SW
Mosley Hall Rd) Turn Right, go about 8
miles on the right. AU691-COL. RON COX
AB2490.
10/10-10/19




Yard Sale this Saturday, Oct. 13 at 209 E.
Hamptbn Springs Ave. Starting at 8 a.m.
10/10-10/12

OLD CONSIGNMENT PICK-UP-GIFTS
OF GRACE-IF YOU HAVE. ITEMS THAT
WERE PLACED ON CONSIGNMENT
BEFORE JUNE 2007-PLEASE PICK-UP
BY DECEMBER 1, 2007- ANYTHING
*HAT IS NOT PICKED-UP BY
L3ECEMBER 1, 2007 WILL BECOME
PROPERTY OF GIFTS OF GRACE.
NEW FALL/WINTER STORE HOURS-
TUES... WED, THURS.-3:00-5:30. FRIDAY
12:30-5:30 AND SATURDAY 10:00-3:00.
STILL ACCEPTING CONSIGNMENTS-
10 ITEMS AT A TIME-FOR SIX MONTHS
AT A TIME. 106 E. MAIN ST.-ON THE
SQUARE 584-7770..
9/7GOG


MOVING

SALE
Lovely Dining Room Set
w/4 Chairs $400
Nice Bleach Wood
Entertainment Center
w/ 2 Side Cabinets $250
2-Drawer Bleach Wood
File Cabinet $25
"Technics" Home Stereo
System w/5 Speakers &
60 CD Changer $100
3750 Watt Coleman
Generator $295
75,000-100,000 BTU
Propane Heater
w/Propane Tank $125
"Mosquito Magnet"
w/Tank $195
Large Horsefly Trap $150

Call 838-9035






FREE FIREWOOD
GAS PLANT RD
584-3380
9/14-10/10

FOR SALE 10.0 Treadmill $180, 1995
Fleetwood Travel Trailor, nice inside,
.window AC & slide-out, but needs some
repairs, $3995 FIRM, (2k under book
value), serious inquiries only 584-3553 or
838-5297. Also free dogs( 1 black lab
female & 1 mini Aussie male) for info
about dogs call 223-1320.
10/10-10/19
FREE! Deep Freezer Perfect for campsite.
850-584-5256.
10/10-10/12
12-gauge automatic, 2 3/4 shells only.
Itbaca imported from italy. $250. Call 584-
4001.
10/10
1993 Prowler Camper, good condition, 30
ft. long, bedroom w/ double bed. Couch
and table also make a bed. Heat & air,




Gas Fireplace
Insert
with
logs & remote control
(Too large for my fireplace)
Paid $500
Asking Only $200
584-9882 or 843-2155


NEED A LARGER HOME?
0 S
Beautiful 3500 Sq Ft Home on 2 acres
located at 103 Dogwood Way. Plenty
of room for you & your family to spread
out. Owner may consider lease also.
Or, buy this home outright for $280,500,
b Contact Debby Howard at *
Sun & Stars Realty
223-1849 or 386-590-0848
for a private showing of this home


FOR ENT IVHOMS 5


3 B/R 2 Bth Mobile home total electric
central H/A with washer dryer $550 per
month, plus $250 deposit. Application and
reference required. 584-3889.
10/10tfRB
2B/R 1 bth mobile home total electric
Central HtA $375 month, plus $250
deposit. Application and reference
required. Call 584-3889.
10/1 ORB
Westgate Hotel Rooms available for Rent.
Refrigerator, microwave, TV w/cable, AC/
Heater. Everything included. $154 weekly
or $40 daily plus tax. (RV sites also
available) 1627 S. Byron Butler Pkwy. 850-
843-8151.
9/7tfnLS

FURNISHED- 1BR&2BR CONDO'S FOR
RENT BY THE MONTH W/LEASE $750 &
$875, WATER, CABLE TV, INTERNET,
HOT TUB INCLUDED, STEINHATCHEE,
FL. CALL ROBIN AT 352-498-7740 OR E-
MAIL
WWW.STEINHATCHEEPALCE.COM
9/19-10/12

Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included from Monthly, $550
required $45 deposit, $154 weekly or $40
daily plus tax. 317 N. Byron Butler Pkwy.
850-584-7033.
9/7tfnLS

WOODRIDGE APARTMENTS
1, 2 and 3 BR HC and Non-HC accessible
apartments. HUD vouchers considered.
Equal Opportunity. Office hours are 8:00-
5:00 Mon-Thurs. Call 850-584-5668, 709
W. Church St., Perry, FL.32348. TDD 711.
9/19tfWA
House for Rent: 3 BR & 1 BA on 12 Susan
St., $650 a month. For.more information
call 850-843-8524 or 786-426-1489..
9/14-10/1OLS
Furnished apartment for Rent. 2 rooms, 1
or 2 adults, no children, no pets. Call 584-
2875.
10/5-10/12 .
Newly remodeled office Suites available
for lease, electric, water, gas and trash
removal included, only $260 monthly. Call
Select Group Realty @ 850-584-4401.
6/tfnSGR

For Rent 1 Bd/1 Bth 2nd story apartment.
Adults Only, no Pets. $600 mth + $300
sec. deposit. Includes utilities. (850)578-
2356.
10/3-10/31
For Rent 2 Bd/ 2 Bth 1st floor apartment.
Adults only, no pets $700 month + $300
sec. deposit. Includes utilities.
10/3-10/31
For Rent: Available for 6 8 month lease. 1
BR, 1 BA, furnished Apt. Located on the
Gulf at Keaton Beach. No Smoking, No
Children, No pets. $850 month, includes
electric, water, sewer and cable TV. 850-
838-2755.
9/7tfnDC
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 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon-Thurs. Call 850-
584-8111. TDD/TTY 711. 315 Puckett Rd,
Perry, Fl, 32347. Equal Housing
Opportunity. '
5/,2tfnSV




Commercial Building for Lease Down
town building Brand new. 10 office's.
including receptionist area and waiting
area. All internet and phone equip,
handicap accessible bathroom. Must see,
Call Select Group Realty at 850-584-4401.
7/12tfnSGR

Double wide & Triple wide Owner
financing w/approved credit. City limits.
Big Bend Properties, Inc. Sandy Beach
Broker. Call 850-578-2898.
10/5-10/12



HOMES FOR

SALE BY OWNER

Beautiful "New" 2/1
Site Built "Steelmaster

land, paved drive and

many extras $95,000
(Owner Finance)

Lovely 2006 Homes of
Merit 24'x44'
Manufactured Home
2/2 on 1+ acre of land,
paved drive and many
extras $89,000
(Owner Finance)

Nice 2000 3/2 Homes
of Merit 24'x48' with
game room on 1 acre of
land $79,000

Call 838-9035


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.
3/21 -tfnEF
!I! PRICE REDUCTIONI! NEW 3/2 DWMH
on .1.5 acres... Was $139,900. Now
$119,900... Seller willing to take loss. Call
for appointment... 850-672-2141.
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For sale by owner: 5 bedroom, 2 bath, 602
N. Jefferson St. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 113
Lewis Dr. 3 bedroom, 1 bath 602 W,
Bacon St. 584-4678
/P?8-10/10
Buy my ex-husband's Lot. Yates Creek
Landing, 1 acre. Owner Financing,
$35,000, Lot 11, Block "B". Call (770) 841-
8023.
9/21-10-10
FORECLOSURE 4BR DWMH ON 2+
.acres in Spring Warrior. $89,947..., MUST
ACT FAST. Call 850-838-9090,
tfnIHP
Country home for sale! 3 Br, 2 Bth, new
Kitchen and carpet. Extra Lg. Florida room.
Available. November 1. First and last
month rent. Call 584-8331 or 850-242-
8006.
10/10-10/12
3 Lots available. Yates Creek, Adam's
Beach & Seameadows. $35,000 owner
financed. Negotiable with Cash offer. 770-
841-8023 -.
10/10-10/19
Applications being accepted for rental of
one bedroom house. Central heat/AC,
appliances, water furnished. Nice location,
US 19 North. $500 a month and $500
security deposit, Call 584-9489 or 850-
508-1511.
10/10-10/12


For Sale: Perfect Hunting & Fishing MH,
69,000 actual miles, completely gone
through mechanically $4500 o.b:o. Call
850-584-9568.
9/12tfnBBS
CLOSE-OUTI!! 2006-2007 models. Call
us now at Prestige Home Centers. 1-800-
477-2492.
tfnPH
No down for Landowners! Even if yoG still
owe, Call us for info. Prestige Home
Centers in Chiefland. Also open Sunday
12-5 p.m. 352-493-2492 or 800-477-2492.
3/16tfnPH
These GREAT BUYS are)
WAITING For


3BR/2BA, Plantation Rd.,
2000 s f., Pool!..... .$174,500
90 Acres, Zoned Mixed Use
Urban/ Rural..... ..$9,900/Ac
Hicks Feed & Garden Center,
ALL for .... ...... .....$750,000
14 9Ac, Cherry Lake
Area. .... .. .$127,500
Lot on Happy Dr, Madison,
Utilities...... . ......$8,000
4BR/3BA, Cheryl Dr.,
2600+ s.f .... . .$195,000
4BR/2.5BA, Springhill Rd,
2600s f, Pool .. $239,000
*A

KELLER
WILLIAMS.
For more information, contact
Birdy Gardner, Realtor
Keller Williams Town & County Realty
850-843-2418 (Cell)
850-201-4663 (Office)
www.taylorcountyproperties.com


The Boys & Girls Club has the following
positions available for hire: Please see our
web-site for more information:
www.bgcncfl.org
Resource Development Director Taylor
and Suwannee County
$27,000-$35,0$0/year w/benefits
Closing 10/30/2007
Part-time Program Aides Perry and Live
Oak
$7.25- $10.00/hr.
Closing 10/30/2007
Area Director- Live Oak
$24,500- $30,000 /year w/benefits
Closing 10/30/2007
Please e-mail resumes to
bgeresumes@hotmail.com We will only
accept resumes via e-mail for the full time
positions, Part-time applications can be
faxed to 850-838-9033,
10/5-10/26

Help wanted Badcocks & More. Set up and
delivery, Must be 21 yrs old. License and
good driving record required. No phone
call! Apply in person 1225 S. Jefferson St.
3/30tfnBC


WANT TO BUY
^ Old Fireplace Brick
> Gold (scrap) ~ Diamonds ~ Old Comic Books
Coins (silver) & Paper Money Taylor County Memorabilia

Used Furniture
Bedroom Dining Room Living Room Bedding






GULF COAST '
*
METAL 3'Wide

ROOFING 0'Galvalume
..... 3' Wide
Full line of .
accessories in stock Painted

Special Flashings Made All pes Warranted MetalAvailable
Cut to your desired lengths Delivery Service Available
Call Toll-Free 888-393-0335 352-498-0778 Horseshoe Beach, Fl.



CLASSIFIEDS Small Ads...Big Deals


The.City of Perry
is hiring for the following
positions: .

Heavy Equipment Operator
(Street Department)
Req: Must have a valid Florida
Drivers License and be able to
obtain a CDL within 6 months of -
employment.
Salary Range: $10.49-$14.45

Truck Driver/Laborer
(Sanitation Department.)
Req: Must have a valid Florida
Drivers License and be able to obtain
a CDL within 6 months
of-employment.
Salary Range: $8.61-$12.17

Wastewater Treatment
Plant Operator

Req: Must have a valid Florida
Drivers License and possess a
minimum of a Class "C" Wastewater
Treatment Plant Operator Certificate
as issued by the State of Florida or
be able to obtain one within two years
of employment.
Salary Range: S14.20-S18.13
Applications are available:
Online: Applications and job
Descriptions are available at
wrw.employflorida corn
(Register as a job seeker. Search in Taylor County.
Click on desired position I)
Send printed and completed
Application via mail
To: Employment Connections
200 West Base Street. 2nd Floor
Madison. FL 32340
or
Fax (850) 973-9757
Employment Connections Mobile Unit
Wednesday's from 8 00 am to 5 00 pm in the
Kmart parking lot (1809 S Byron Butler Pkwy)
Employment Connections Madison Office
Located at 200 W Base St Madison FL 32340

DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER


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Landowners, easy financing. No proof of'
income required for most cases. Call for
details Prestige Home Centers in
Chiefland. Also open Sunday 12-5 p.m.
3/16tfnPH

How about a new mobile home for as little
as $150 bi weekly? Call for details.
Prestige Home Centers in Chiefland. Also
open Sunday 12-5 p.m. 352-493-2492 or
800-477-2492
3/16tfnPH




RN an LPN
Lafayette Health Care Center is seeking a
R.N./Unit Manager with experience in long-
term or sub-acute care and leadership
qualities. Routinely scheduled for Monday
through Friday 9a-6p. Involves rotation of
on-call nurse. Also, seeking an energetic
and experienced LP.N. for the 10p-6a shift
full-time. Please contact Holly Reed,
Director of Nursing for information @.
(386)294-3300.
10/5-10/17LHC

Martin Electronics, Inc. is currently
accepting applications for assemblers
machine operators, and a tool crib
attendant (computer proficiency required).
Competitive benefits. All applicants are
subject to pre-employment drug screening
and a background check by BATF. Bring
picture ID and Social Security card or Birth
Certificate and apply at the Employ
Florida Mobile Unit in the K-mart parking
lot on Wednesdays. AAE/EEO/VP
10/10-10/19

Dragline Oiler, Dragline Oper and Plant
Maint. needed for work for rock crushing
plant. Must have 2 years exp. Competitive
benefits pkg. Drug Free Workplace/EEO
Employer. A Mining Group LLC 850-584-
4131 apply in person at 19080 W. US Hwy.
98.
10/3-10/12

TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Engineer FT $50,024 $56,305 DOQ
Firefighter/EMT $10.78 hr.
Road Mte. Technician (RMT) $8.04 hr.
Part Time Airport Manaqer $11.88 -
$13.37
Job descriptions and applications can be
obtained from www.taylorcontygov.com or
www.employflorida.com Applications must
be submitted to Employment Connections
by mail to 200 W. Base Street, Madison,
Fl 32340; faxed to 850-073-9757; emailed
to bains@nfwdb.org submitted on-line at
www.taylorcountygov.com; delivered to
Susan at 502 N. Center Street, Perry, FL
32347 on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8
a.m. 2 p.m. or delivered to One Stop
Mobile Unit located in the Kmart Parking
Lot o Wednesdays 8 a.m. 5 p.m.
Positions are open until filled. Taylor
County Board of County Commissioners
is an EOE, VP, DT, background check
employer.
10/1BCC


NOTICE: PUBLIC VACANCY
ANNOUNCEMENT
ANNOUNCEMENT #2008-55
VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT
POSTING DATE: Monday, September 10,
2007
DEADLINE FOR APPLYING: Monday,
September 17, 2007
(12:00)
The following position is being advertised
as a vacancy for the 2007-2008 school
year, This position is open to school board
employees and the general public.
"Request to Transfer" forms may be
picked up at each work site. Interested
applicants please contact the Taylor One
Stop Career Center, (850) 491-4612 or the
Superintendent of Schools' Office at (850)
838-2500. Taylor County School Board -
adheres to a drug-free workplace policy.
Drug Testing with a negative result is
required.
If reasonable ADA accommodations are
needed for the application process, please
notify our Personnel Director during the
application period at (850) 838-2500.
Non-Instructional Administrative Position
Administrative Complex:
Director of Finance-Position #900375501
Contact: Oscar M. Howard Jr. 850-838-
2500.

CHILDREN'S CASE MANAGER #2169
Requires a bachelor's degree from an
accredited university or college with a
major in counseling, social work,
psychology, criminal justice, nursing,
rehabilitation, special education, health
education or a related human services
field with one (1) year of full-time or
equivalent experience working with
children with severe emotional
disturbance; or other bachelor's degree
from an accredited university or college
with three (3) years full-time or equivalent
experience working with children with
severe emotional disturbances,
For more, information:
www.apalcheecenter.org (850)523-3217 or
1(800)2262931 or visit our Human
Resources, 2634-J Capital Circular N.E.,
Tallahassee, FI 32308
An equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action
Employer/ Drug-Free Workplace
9/19-10/12AC

Driver Jdcksonville Terminal
CT TRANSPORTATION
HOME EVERY WEEKEND
GUARANTEED!
TOP PAY for Exp'd Drivers!
NO TOUCH FREIGHT ..
6 5 % :.rm l ,a d e ,pr,- | v i ,,.- J
CDL-A req'd 877-428-5627
www.ctdrivers.com
10/10
Avon Reps Needed! How would you like to
be your own boss? Start your own
business. I can show you how. $10 start-
up kit. Call BJ Today! 850-584-6289 or
850-843-2605.
10/5-10/30


Two vehicles for sale: 1995 Ford Taurus*
LX 4 door w/sunroof, has great AC and
transmission is perfect. Needs head
gasket and exhaust system. 1995 Buick
Century, runs great, needs minor AC work
and front window switches. Has AC part,
just needs installation. $500 each OBO.
Call 850-223-2474
1984 Plymouth Station Wagon. Low
mileage, Excellent Condition. Auto, 4
cylinder. $1,200. Call 672.0952
9/12-10/10

For Sale: 1996 Dodge passenger van used
for pre-school. Runs good, needs water
pump, blue book price $2800, selling for
$1800. Call 352-650-8580.
9/21 LWWC

2004 Silverado LS Sportside 2 wheel drive
Chevy; 58k very well taken care of.
$12500 call Mike at,838-7407 or 838-1258.
10/10-10/19
'99' Tahoe LT 4x4 Leather, heated seats,
tow, Gold w/tan interior. 140k miles.
Asking $7500 OBO. Call 838-2755.
10/10tfnDC
'04' Chevy Z-71 4x4 LS Ext. Cab 4 dr,
silver w/gray interior, 90k miles. Asking
$18,500 OBO 838-2755.
10/10tfnDC
1984 Plymouth Station Wagon. Low
mileage, Excellent Condition. Auto, 4
cylinder. $1,000. Call 672-0952
10/12-10/24
The Citizens State Bank is now accepting
bids for the following vehicle, 1998 Ford
Explorer with vehicle identification number
1 FMYU22X3WUC79504. The vehicle can
be inspected at Timberland Ford, 2441 S.
Byron Butler Pkwy., Perry, Florida 32348.
The vehicle will be sold AS-IS NO
WARRANTY to the highest or best bid.
Bids may be submitted to Citizens State
Bank, REPO BID, 2000 S. Byron Butler
Pkwy., Perry, Florida 32348. Bids will be
accepted through October 31, 2007. The
Citizens State Bank reserves the right to
reject any and all Bids.
10/10-10/19CSB




16' Alum Dura Craft with trailer, 50 HP
.I,-inson Tr,.hrinl Ol,.o T con oi.,l li
prteser s, -4 i ee & l ?rods .5 Caii a r. 4.
4790.
10/10-10/12




Earn Money from Home
Christian owned company expanding
creating opportunity to earn tremendous
income from home. Training available 24/7 -
and you will also have a personal mentor.
Our products are high-demand products
and our company is an Inc. 500 company.
Our proven system brings the customer to .
you. We offer state-of-the-art air and water
purification products that are unequaled.
Five million already in use with a 98%
customer satisfaction. Eliminates
practically any type odor including Pulp
Mill. Also kills disease causing bacteria
both in the air "and" on surfaces. No filters
to replace. One small unit treats/purifies
up to 3000 sq. ft. Wonderful company,
awesome products, unequaled opportunity.
I will even arrange for you to personally
test out the product for free. Check us out
at:
www.freedomin4steps.com/jimhurst or call
1-800-959-0172.
10/3-10/26

Convenience Store-Gold Mine Gas tanks
. new, only diesel in area, includes stort &
2 Bdrm Managers home, pizza sales,
former coin laundry, 1 acre, seafood
market & restaurant needed, traffic count
6000 daily, Lamont, FL, $.175,000.
All Realty Services 850-973-9990 I
tfn
FOR LEASE OR SALE:
Fully functional Restaurant "The Smoke
House", ready to go, on US 90 "The Main
Drag", downtown Greenville, $750 per
month or $115,000, All Realty Services
850-973-9990.
8/15tfnARS




Pekinese Puppies for sale CKC
registered. Ready Oct. 1. 1 girl, 3 boys.
S400. Callr850-578-2573. Ask for Ann.
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED "
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that HOYT L.
RAGANS the holder of the following
certificate has filed said certificate for a
tax deed to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and year of
issuance, the description of theproperty
of the property, and the names in which
it was assessed are follows: Certificate
No.. 314 Year of Issuance 2005
Description of Prnrertv Parcel No.
R04281
Lot ohe (1) of Block Thirty (30) of the
HENDRY ADDITION to the Town of Perry,
Florida. Section'25, Township 4 South,
Range 7 East according to the map or
plat thereof on file and of record in the -
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court Court of
Toylor County, Florida
Nome in which assessed RICHARD
DAVIS Said property being in the County
of Taylor, State of Florida. Unless such
certificate shall e redeemed according
to law, the property descnbed is such
certificate shall be sold to the highest
bidder at the courthouse door on the
29th day of October, 2007 at 11:00
o'clock a.m. this 24th day of September
2007.
Annie Moe Murphy
Clerk of Circuit Court
Taylor County, Florida.
9/26, 10/3, 10/10. 10/17


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR TAYLOR
COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN RE. THE MARRIAGE
OF PENNY MARIE ODOM, PeitioneF/Wife.
and CLEVE RICHARD ODOM, CASE NO:
2007-738-DR Respondent/Husband
NOTICE OF ACTION TO: Cleve Richard
Odom Address Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Petition for a
Dissolution of Marriage and Other Relief
has been filed by the Petitioner/Wife in
the Circuit Court of Taylor County, Florida
against you and you are required to
serve a copy of your written defenses, if
any. to it on John R. Weed, the
Petitioner's Attorney, whose address is
605 South Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida
2347 on or before October 22, 2007,
and file the original with the Cierk of this
Court, Taylor County Courthouse. Pos'
Office Box 620, Perry, Florida, 32348,
either before service on The Petitioner's
A -'rney or immediately thereafter;
o :.erwise a default will be entered
against you'for the relief demanded in
The complaint or petition. Dated this day
of September, 7. ANNIE MAE
MURPHY Clerk of CiCcuT Court By
Leoudro Borklund.
9/19, 9/26, 10/3, 10/10


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that FRANK
PORTER the holder of the following

certificate has filed said certificate for
tax deed to be iss 'hereon. The
certificate number. J year of
issuance, the desc:; ,.ion of the
property, and The names in which it was
assessed are follows: Certificate No. 285
Year of Issuance 2002 Descriotion of
Property PARCEL NO R03676-000
Beginning at the Southeast Corner of the
Northwest Quarter of Northwest Quarter
of Section 24, Township 4 South, Range 7
East, thence running West 105 feet,
thence North 70 feet, thence East 105
feet thence South 70 feet to the point of
beginning.
Name in which assessed KENNETH
WAYNE MILLER & VELMA MILLER Said.
property being in the County of Taylor,
State of Florida. Unless such certificate
shall be redeemed according to law,
the property described is such
certificate shall be sold to the highest
bidder at the courthouse door on the.
29th day of October, 2007 at 11:00d
o'clock a.m. Dated this 24th day of
September 2007.
Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of Circuit Court
Taylor County, Florida.
9/26, 10/3, 10/10, 10/17


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Case No. 07-735-CP
In Re: The Estate of:
ZOE RENE STOYER,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of ZOE
RENE STOYER, deceased, whose date of
death was June 28. 2007; File Number
07-735-CP is pending in the Circuit Court
for Taylor County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is Post
Office Box 620, Perry, Florida, 32348. The
names and addresses of the personal
representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set forth.
below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claim:- or demands
against decedent's state. :.', ..ii a
copy of this notice has been served,-
must file their claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE TIME
,OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or demands
.against decedent's estate must file their
claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD 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: OCTOBER 10, 2007.
SMITH & SMITH
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, P.A.
MICHAEL S. SMITH
Attorney for Personal Representative
Florida Bar No. 169621
P.O. Drawer 579
Perry, Florida 32348
Telephone: (850) 584-3812
Fax: (850) 584-7148
KARL R. STOYER, JR.,
Personal Representative
304 Glenridge Road
Perry. Florida 32348
10/10, 10/17


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that HOYT L.
RAGANS the holder of the following
certificate has filed said ceitificote for a
tax deed to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and year of
issuance, the description of the
property, and the names in which it was
assessed are follows:
Certificate No. 317 Year of Issuance
2002 Description of Prooertv Porcel No
R04284-000
Lot four (4) Block thirty ;30) of HENDRY
ADDITION to the town of Perry, Florida,
Section 25, Township 4 South, Range 7
East according to the map or plat
Thereof on file and of record in the
office of the Clerk of Circuit Court of
Toylor County, Florido in the public
records of said county. Name in which
assessed Richard & Queen E. Davis Said
property being.in the County of Taylor,
State of Florida. Unless such certificate
shall be redeemed according to low,
the .property described is such
certificate shall be sold to the highest .
bidder at the courthouse door on the
29th day of.'October, 2007 at 11:00
/o'clock a.m. Dated this 24th day of
September 2007.
Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of Circuit Court
Taylor County, Florida.
9/26, 10/3, 10/10, 10/17


IN THE COUNTY COURT, THIRD JUDICIAL.
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA JUDITH E CAUGHMAN CASE NO
62-2007-CC-288-OOA-01 Plaintiff, IN REF:
THOMASVILLE MOTOR HOME HUD DECAL
#IS GE0309571
AMENDED NOTICE OF ACTION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A
PETITION TO DETERMINE OWNERSHIP OF A
MOBILE HOME DESCRIBED AS 1984
THOMASVILLE, AND WHOSE HUD DECAL
# IS GE0309571, HAS BEEN FILED AND
YOU ARE REQUIRED TO SERVE A COPY OF
YOUR WRITTEN OBJECTIONS, IF ANY, ON
JUDITH E CAUGHMAN, PO BOX 646,
STEINHATCHEE, FL 32359 WHO IS THE
PETITIONER, ON OR BEFORE OCTOBER
26TH, 2007, 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
21ST DAY OFSEPTEMBER, 2007, AT TAYLOR
COUNTY, FLORIDA. CLERK OF, THE
CIRCUIT COURT BY: SALINA FORD DEPUTY
CLERK,
9/26, 10/3, 10/10, 10/17


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Monday through Friday. Maintenance
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2007:
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Recycling sites are available at each roll-off site in the county:
Carlton Cemetery, Shady Grove,
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B-6 Taco Times October 10, 2007

Halloween bags available at chamber


During the month of October,
Keep Taylor County Beautiful will
be promoting safety to children in
Taylor County by giving away free
trick or treat bags.
To get a bag, bring your child


by the Perry-Taylor County
Chamber of Commerce while
supplies last.
The metallic-colored bag is
easily seen by motorists while
children are going door-to-door


collecting their holiday treats.
For more information about
Keep Taylor County Beautiful as
well as upcoming events planned
around the community, call 584-
5366.


Letters to the Editor


'Those who want clean water


have been attacked many times'


PERSONAL ATTACKS
Continued from page 2
to ask.
In their one opportunity where
Taylor citizens were allowed a
vote, the special interest tax
referendum,. voters sent a strong
message by soundly rejecting the
referendum. Citizens continue to
wisely recognize what would not
be good for Taylor County.
Apparently, personal attacks
*have become the modus operandi.
After repeated rebuffs on special
interests', wants at public hearings
on both state and local levels,
Perry's little political clique is now
resorting to personal slurs in
.newspaper dp-eds. Certainly Ms.
Beach has the right to attack the
credentials of local
environmentalists or anyone else,
and I am proud to defend her right
to free speech, but she should
know that such attacks will never
dampen the spirits of citizens
dedicated to improving our quality
-of life. Those who want clean
water and air have been attacked
-many times, but they continue to
seek a clean environment. Many of
-our county's neighbors,, visitors
and residents are showing concern
by asking questions about what is
going on here--about why the
rights of citizens are ignored by
elected officials who have favored
flagrant special interests over
democracy--elected officials who
are supposed to serve the people
they represent.
Twre publicity campaign on the
BuKet Brigade Ms. Beach
complained about has not even
happened yet, but she seems to be
mighty worried about it, to the
point of announcing it for us to the
world. We appreciate the publicity
she has given the Bucket Brigade,
as many people are asking what it
is, what it will do, and how they
,can become involved. Obviously if
a Bucket Brigade project had no
merit, it would never get off the
ground... other groups wouldn't


Spiritual


leaders



saluted

CLERGY
Continued from page 2
department sponsors "Breaking
Bread" luncheons so that area
clergy can come together to
discuss issues surrofinding end-of-
life ministry, and to develop a
network of spiritual support.
These luncheons are open to all
clergy in our eight-county service
area. Big Bend Hospice has a
dynamic team of chaplains serving
each of our counties and
ministering to the needs of our
patients. We are fortunate to have
numerous volunteer clergy who
join our chaplains in providing a
supportive presence to help our
patients find peace and closure.
Ministering to the needs of those
facing the end of their time on
earth, helping heal spiritual
wounds, and preparing for death is
a difficult calling. I salute our
spiritual leaders and extend my
prayers of support.
Carla Braveman, RN, M.Ed,
CHCE
Big Bend Hospice
President and CEO
cbraveman@bigbendhospice.org


help TRUE with the project (they
have), special interests would have
nothing to fear (apparently they
do), and if the air here were clean,
nobody would be interested in
learning what's in it (many people
are). 1
If Ms. Beach' truly believes there
is nothing wrong with the air in
Taylor County, then she need not
have any concern about the Bucket
Brigade. However, her fear of the
project was evident in last week's
editorial. Perhaps she is worried
about what the Bucket Brigade can
ultimately prove.
It appears that Ms. Beach keeps
grasping at straws to help her small
coterie without recognizing that a
dramatic shift has taken place
towards protecting the
environment. Conservationists,
together with concerned citizens,
environmentalists, and ultimately
our community have repeatedly
been victorious over unwise issues
which would have endangered our
environment. As Diane Roberts
said, "One reason these atrocities
have not yet been visited on Taylor
County is that the locals'now rise
up and fight." The chamber
evidently gets upset about that.
The more special interests have
revved up the pressure to promote
bad ideas, the more citizens have
been willing to come forward and
stand up for what's right.


Concerned people have learned
that it's okay to be called
"environmentalists" or
"conservationists"; that they can
proudly stand up to protect their
rights to clean air and water.
What is the next vision being
dreamed up against our
community by the cabal with
whom Ms. Beach has been so
closely aligned? It is my hope that
the next proposals will be clean,
smart, sustainable and good for the
future of our county--maybe they
will be wise endeavors that caring
people can fully support.
Conservationists prove by ,their
actions and fellowships that they
believe in principles which protect
our natural resources. They
diligently work to make changes to
ensure better outcomes, to
democratically, advance earth-
friendly ideas and ideals. Ms.
Beach is welcome to join us, to
share her conservation views with
us, to learn, to envision, to
participate, to become a valuable
volunteer, and to show her love of
community. The door to change
for the better is always open.
It's never too late to do the right
thing.
Best Regards,
Joy Towles Ezell
Taylor County citizen
hopeforcleanwater@yahoo.com
850 584 7087


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