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Title: Taco times
Alternate Title: Taylor County times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Taco times
Publisher: Perry Newspapers, Inc.
Perry Newspapers
Place of Publication: Perry, Fla
Publication Date: October 28, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1961.
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General Note: Description based on: 22nd year, no. 27 (Apr. 11, 1984).
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Volume ID: VID00249
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Are you ready to "Fall Back?"
Daylight savings time ends
between if a.m., Sunday, Nov.
LSo remember to set your
clocks back before bedtime
Saturday and you'll be on time for
Sunday morning services,

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support Relay For Lilel
The community is reminded
that the Relay For Life Event
Committee team will hold a fund
raiser at Pizza Hut on Thursday,
Oct. 29, from 6-8 p.m.
During this time, Pizza Hut will
donate 20 percent of each meal's
total to the American Cancer
Society (dine in or carry out).

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CBPGIROgy
The Taylor County High School
(TCHS) JROTC will host its 23rd
annual Veterans Day ceremony
on Wednesday, Nov. 11, in the
TCHS gymnatorium. The
ceremony will begin at 10:40
a.m.
"We advise anyone who
chooses to participate to arrive
around 10:25 a.m. to allow a
smooth running ceremony," said
JROTC Army Instructor 1SG
(RET) Eddie L. Smith."After the.
ceremony at the school, a flag
changing .coremony.Jill (gke
place at Veterans' Memorial Park
at 12 p.m. We invite the
community and send a special
welcome to all our veterans to
attend."

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The Perry Rotary Club is
holding a drawing for a chance to
win a one-day hunt at Camp
Misery.
Tickets are available for a $1
donation. The winning ticket will
be drawn Tuesday, Nov.17.
The winner must be 18 or
older, have a hunting license and
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The Taylor County Pubile
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classes and invites you to join the
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Internet Basics, Tuesday,
Nov.10, 5:30-6:30 p.m.: Requires
some basic computer
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' (Clockwise) Headline< Johnny Bulford entertained the crowds with original songs at Forest Capital Park
Saturday during the 54th annual Florida Forest Festival. Thousands turned out Thursday, Oct. 22, to watch the
"Fabulous Fireworks" display. Antique cars nearly stole the show during the King Tree Parade Saturday
mornmg. (Photos by Angela M. Castelucci and Mark Viola)

FO? Pf0gress Energy customers
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PSC to delay ruling on rate increases


FairPoint Communications
announced Monday that it and
all its subsidiaries have filed
voluntary petitions for
reorganization under Chapter
11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code
in the United States Bankruptcy
Court for the Southern District
of New York.


expected to reduce the
company's debt by $1.7 billion,
thereby providing a long-term
solution for the company's
balance sheet, officials said in a
press release Monday.
The restructuring plan must
be approved by the court and
the company intends to


promptly file a plan of
reorganization reflecting the
plan with the court.
The company and its
subsidiaries expect to continue
to operate their business "in the
ordinary course" throughout
the Chapter 11 process under
the jurisdiction of the court


while it seeks confirmation of
the restructuring plan, officials
said.
"The day-to-day operations
of our business will not be
impacted by today's actions,
said David Hauser, chairman
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Thousands


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By ANGELA M. CASTELUCCI
Staff writer
If a picture is worth a
thousand words, then you'll
find about 48,000 words or so
inside today's Taco Times
describing the 54th annual
Florida Forest Festival.
In truth, they hardly scratch
the surface in capturing an
event that drew thousands and,
like the trees it salutes,
continues to grow stronger
every year.
Children came to watch their
parents compete in feats of
skill. Grandparents came to
watch grandchildren delight in
the antics of clowns parading
down Jefferson Street.
Families gathered in lawn
chairs and the backs of truck
beds to turn their eyes
heavenward for a fireworks
show that filled the skies over
the Perry-Foley Airport.
The week of the festival:
began in earnest Wednesday,:
Oct. 21, with the opening of
the annual carnival: Children
of all ages dashed from ride to
ride while brightly colored
lights flashed in the
background.
You are never too old for
fireworks and that proved true:
Thursday night when
thousands gathered around the
airport to watch a fireworks
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show that featured explodmg
starbursts and showers of
glittering sparks.
On Friday, Perry's
downtown was a beehive of
activity as dozens of children
mashed unhhenounnhouo
costumes paying tribute to this
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Smokey Bear and even Paul
Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox
could be seen among the
crowd.
Afterward, children
swarmed games set up in the
urtl u eluparkin I ish
bean bag toss and bobbing for
ap es ing the festivities was
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Company officials said
Fairpoint has reached an
agreement on a comprehensive
financial restructuring plan
with lenders holding more than
50 percent of the outstanding
debt under its secured credit
facility.
The restructuring plan is


both new commissioners have
been swom in.
The new vote schedule for
PEF is Jan. 11, 2010, for
revenue requirements and Jan.
28, 2010 for rates. FPL's new
rate dates are Jan. 13. 2010, for
revenue requirements and Jan.
29, 2010, for rates. The PSC
was originally scheduled to
vote on PEF's revenue


requirements on Nov. 19 and
on FPL's on Dec. 21.
The PSC exercises
regulatory authority over
utilities in the areas of rate
baseleconomic regulation;
competitive market oversight;
and monitoring of safety,
reliability and service.
For additional formation.
visit www.floridapsc.com.


The Public Service
Commission (PSC) will delay
its decisions on revenue
requirements and rates for the
pending Florida Power & Light
Company (FPL) and Progress
Energy Florida, Inc. (PEF)
cases, according to a vote
Tuesday.
The commission decision is
the result of a request by


Governor Charlie Crist to delay
action on both proposed rate
increases until next year when
both of his new commissioner
appointments have joined the
five-member panel.
After listening to legal
arguments by the parties and
intervenors, commissioners
determined the rate case
decisions should be made after


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Little Red Riding Hood and the Big Bad Wolf were among those entering last
year's Chamber of Commerce Costume Contest. Who will have the winning
combination of imagination and execution to win this year's contest? Find out
Friday night.


Fair Point files f or bankruptcy


Howling good time

planned throughout

community Oct. 30-31
Looking for a howling good time this Halloween?
A number of community-sponsored events are planned
throughout the weekend:
The Perry-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce and Keep
Taylor County Beautiful will hold a pumpkin carving contest and
a costume contest Friday, Oct. 30.
"Trick or treaters are also invited to stop by the chamber as we
will be passing out lots of goodies too," Director Dawn Taylor
said.
Pumpkins for the pumpkin carving contest can be dropped off
any time between 9 a.m. Friday until before judging begins at 6
p.m, (The office will be open Oct. 30 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.)
Pumpkins will be judged in three categories: best overall, most
unique and scariest.
The judging for the costume contest, sponsored by Keep Taylor
County Beautiful, will begin at 5:30 p.m. at the chamber. There
are three categories: "Most Unique," "Scariest" and "Best
Recycled Costume." The Best Recycled Costume must be made
from recycled materials (example: cardboard, paper, egg cartons,
aluminum foil, tin cans etc.).
There is no cost to enter and winners will be presented trophies.
The Perry Elks Lodge is hosting a "Halloween Monster Mash"
Friday, Oct. 30, from 9 p.m. to I a.m.
Members and guests are invited (admission is $5 each or $10 per
couple). Costumes are optional and everyone is invited to "bring
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the rousing rumble of engines
from showpiece cars taking
part in the Gaslight Parade.
Antique cars, convertibles and
hotrods packed the square and
rolled off into the night.
Scattered clouds failed to
dampen the spirits of those
lining up and down Jefferson
Street Saturday morning, Oct.
24, to await the King Tree
Parade.
Children leaned off the curb
hoping to catch a glimpse of
flashing lights that signaled the
parade's beginning while adults
lined up around the block to
sample hot, fresh doughnuts
from the bakery...another
un ial ivail tradition
s d M'ears"'ur
sirens blared from the law
enforcement vehicles leading
the parade. Sheriff L.E.
"Bummy" Williams waved
from a patrol car while Mayor
Emily Ketring beamed from
the passenger's seat of the City
of Perry's brand new firetruck.
Taylor County High School
cheerleaders carried a banner
proclaiming the name of the
parade, followed closely by the
Pride of Taylor Marching Band.
13and members, looking crisp
in uniforms topped with white
plumes, passed in front of the
courthouse th give the crowd a
sample ofTheir half-time show.
Other attractions rolling
down Jefferson Street included


Forestry queens took the stage in welcome while
crowds gathered to watch the loader competition.

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songs, followed by festival
favorite Mollie Lynne, who
gave a powerhouse
performance of favorite covers.
Smokey Bear attracted a
large following of fans during
special appearances throughout
the afternoon,
The smell of fresh sawdust
filled the air with competitors
pitting skills against one
another in the chainsaw and
crossent saw conq>etitions.
Motors were roaring during
the loader competition and the
crowds were roaring
too...cheering on their
favorites,
As the afternoon drew to a
close. festival-goers began to
trickle back to their cars
carrying a wide assonment of
mementos--from AloWexing a
plants and shiny root beer mugs
to gigantic air-filled swords and
faux designer sunglasses,
By day's end, the park
was once again empty and
marking the days until 55th
pine tree festival celebration
returns.


Smokey Bear and friends,
Taylor County's own Junior
Miss Maisie wilson along with
her court, Florida Forest
Festival Little Queen Jakayla
Sellers and Little King J.T.
Tucker, Florida's "Logger of
the Year" and beauty queens
from nearly every neighboring
county.
Not to be missed were the
forestry clowns giving out
candy by the handfuls and the
tumblers cart-wheeling their
way down the parade route
(with one talented young lady
doing handstands and walking
upside down!).
A few furry friends also
made an appearance, riding
shotgun in antique autos
passing by.
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engines pounded the pavement,
in colorful contrast to a horse
and wagon pulled by a majestic
team of Clydesdales.
Local Jimmy Buffet farts
were partying with a purpose to
promote their new "Perry-dise"
service club and gaily dressed
Springtime Tallahassee
volunteers were simply
partying all the way.
When the parade ended,
everyone broke ranks and tried
to avoid the rush to Forest
Capital Park. Traffic was
almost at a standstill on U.S. 19
South as vehicles flooded the
parking areas around the
festival grounds.
With so much to see and do,


it was hard to know where to
begin at the park,
Forestry queens graced the
stage to welcome everyone and
servers waited to begin dishing
out the "World's Largest Free
Fish Fry."
Lumberjacks stood ready to
showcase their skills and
historical re-enactors braved
the heat of the day to carry otT
an authentic Civil War-period
look...complete with hoop
skirts for the ladies and woolen
coats for the men,
Rows and rows of arts and
craft vendors invited shoppers
to take their time strolling
through the wares while
politicians, merchants and
others worked to corner the
market of customers visiting
the special ceaponggircus
Olibfti Id lift@d holds
invited enthusiasts to take a
closer look at the antique car
show entries.
On the main stage, country
music rising star Johnny
Bulford entertained with a
broad selection of original


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FAIRPOINT
Continued from page 1
and CEO of FairPoint.
"We want to assure our
customers, employees and
vendors that we remain
committed to continuing to
provide reliable, uninterrupted
service to all of our customers.
Today's actions represent a
critical and positive step in our
efforts to reduce our
indebtedness, strengthen our
financial condition and position
FairPoint to compete more
effectively in a dynamic
marketplace," Hauser said.
In connection with the
restructuring plan, the company


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The community is invited to share the fun at a Haunted House
hosted by a local family Friday, Oct. 30, from 7:30-10:30 p.m.
The house will be located at a residence off Puckett Road
(follow the signs just past the red light).
The second annual Keaton Beach Halloween Party at Hodges
Park will be held Saturday, Oct. 31, starting at 6 p.m.
Admission is free and all children are invited. Look for candy,
concessions and games. The event is being sponsored by local
beach residents,


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See you at the festival...
The Florida Forest Festival is the perfect setting for seeing old friends as you
stroll among the pines or wait to be served a free fish dinner. Other eye-catching
attractions included a crosscut saw competition, Civil War camp and antique car
show.



Debt to be cut in half


has received commitments
from certain of the supporting
lenders for a $75 million
debtor-in-possession revolving
credit facility to ensure
sufficient liquidity during the
Chapter 11 process. The
company currently has
approximately $46 million of
cash on hand and expects to
continue to generate positive
operating cash flow.
Pursuant to the restructuring
plan, the company's total debt
would be" reduced to
approximately $1 billion from
its current level of nearly $2.7
billion which includes accrued
interest and amounts owed
under its interest rate swap


agreements.
In accordance with the
restructuring plan,
approximately $1.1 billion of
debt under the credit facility
would be converted into equity.
transferring 98 percent, and in
certain circumstances, 100
percent of the equity ownership
of the company to the secured
lenders under the credit facility,
subject to future dilution for
issuance under an equity
incentive plan and Wr warnuus
issued under the restructuring
plan.
The company also filed
certain first day motions with
the court to enable it to
continue to conduct business
without interruption. These
include motions providing for
employees to continue to
;:::'cs :onipensadonnd and
mamtatn customer programs.
During the reorganization
process. suppliers and
contractors should expect to be
paid for post-petition (after
Oct. 26) purchases of goods
and services in the ordinary
course of business. officials
said.
For more information, call
1-888-290-4881, or visit the
restructuring information Web
site at www.fprestructuring.
com.


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Madelyn Grace
Kelley
Derek and Kasey Kelley of
Perry, announce the birth of
their daughter, Madelyn Grace,
on Sept. 24, 2009, at 2:52 p.m.
in Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital-
The new arrival weighed 7
pounds, and was 18.5 inches
long.
Madelyn Grace was
welcomed by her brothers,
Camden and Trenton Kelley.

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Father & stepmother Marvin
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Grandfather Joe Louis White


NOvember wedding planned
Donnie HIIson and Gall Mangum will be married on
Nov. 7, 2009, at 2 p.m. in the home of Martha Russell
in Salem. Family members and friends of the couple
are cordially invited. For additional information or
directions, please contact 838-6577.


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Interested in old garden
roses?
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present a program for the
Master Gardeners on Tuesday,
Nov. 3, from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
at Forest Capital Hall.
* Beck said she rustled her first
rose when she was about 8
years old, as all her relatives
had the old roses in their yards.
A gardener "all her life. "
Beck is a Master.Gardener and
a charter member of the
Suwannee River Garden Club.
She and her sister traveled
all over the South collecting
roses and information. In the
near future, she plans to write a
book about their "Rose
Rustling" adventures.
Linnie will talk about some


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Jun and Riza Alegre of Lee announce the engagement of their
daughter, Jenny Rose, to Joshua Adam Price Winters, the son of
Jacky and Sarah Winters of Perry.
The bride-elect is a 2002 graduate of Madison County High
School and a 2009 graduate of Florida State University with a
bachelor's degree in chemical engineering and a minor in business.
She is the granddaughter of Frank and Mauring Lathron of
Valdosta, Ga., Mike Alegre of the Philippines and the late Perpetua
Alegre, and the late Piyong Andagan of the Philippines.
The prospective groom is a 2004 graduate of Taylor County
High School and will graduate this Fall from the University of
Florida with a bachelor's degree in industrial engineering with a
minor in business administration/sales engineering. His
grandparents are Price and Barbara Carmichael of Tallahassee,
Yvonne Winters of Perry and the late Morris Wiriters.
The couple will be married Nov. 21, 2009, at 3 p.m. in St.
Vincent de Paul Catholic Church in Madison. A reception will '
immediately follow in the parish hall of the church. .
Formal invitations have been issued but all friends and family
members are invited to attend.


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Richard Phillip
Whiddon
Richard Phillip "Slick"
Whiddon, 52, died Oct. 24
2009, at his residence in Mayo.
He was born in Eustis, to the
late Norman Whiddon and Eva
Mae Goff Whiddon. Mr
Whiddon was a longtime
firefighter/EMS worker for
ylor County and the City of
He was a veteran of the U.S.
Army where he served as a
radar tech, and was well known
as a second generation swamp
cabbage haryester.
Survivors included his son
Jason WhiddcWe agd
daughter, Vanessa Whiddon
on o ne oe
John R. Whidden of Otal4
James Whiddon of Perry, Ben
Whiddon of Cross City Jessie
Whiddon of Perny; three sisters,
Carrie Akins of Perry, Rosie
"Lizzie" Little of Founjain,
and Eva Akins of Perry; and
one grandchild,
The family will hold
memorial service Sunday, Nay


1, at 2 p.m. at Oakland Baptist
Chtirch.
in lieu of nowers the smay
requests that memorial
donations be made toward
funeral expenses, in care of the
funeral home.
You may sign the guestbook:
www.Joepburnsfuneralhomes,
com
Joe P. Burns Funeral Home is
in charge of arrangements.
Bertha L *
Washington
Bertha L Washington, 82, of
Perry died Oct. 22, 2009, in
Perry
She was a member of
Springhill M. B. Church and
sClit clude: her
husband for more than 60
years, James Washington Sr.;
two soris;.[arnes Washington Jr.
and Kemieth Washington; three
daughters, Trevita Willis,
Layota Washington and
Wylene Washington; nine
grandchildren; and four great
grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held


Saturday, Oct. 31, at 1 p.m. at
New Brooklyn M.B. Church
with burini at springuin
Church.
Family members will receive
friends Friday, from 5 to 7 p.m.
at Springhill Cemetery.
Trinity Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.

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Perry Church of God is selling
fruitcakes for the holidays.
Advance ordersour eatr
is encouraged.
One-pound fruitcakes sell
for $6, while the two-pound
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A-7 TaCO Times October 28, 2009


'Dog poun Union County 28-12


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start at Union's 38-yard line.
Boggs kept the play calling
simple to ease Wentworth mto
the game, as Wesley Brandon
(7 carries, 12 yards, 1 TD) and
Jackson took turns on three
consecutive hand-offs up the
middle for a total of seven yards.
Facing 4th and 3 at the Tigers'
31, the Bulldogs went for it on
4th down, but Wentworth came
up a yard short on a QB keeper
to turn the ball over on downs.
The Bulldog defense held
the Tigers without a first down,
but Caleb Murphy had trouble
tielding the punt and Union
recovered the fumble at Taylor's
38.
After giving up a pair of long
runs down to the 6-yard line,
the Bulldog defense stiffened
and held the Tigers out of the
endzone, as Brandon pounced
on a fumbled snap to give
Taylor County the ball.
After two runs for no gain and
a motion penalty, the Bulldogs
faced 3rd and 16 from their
own I1, forcing Wentworth to
throw. His sideline pass was
wobbly and high, but thrown
far enough and high enough
to allow King to out-jump his

a ncdo ed pull down the 28-
The drive was killed by
an unsportsmanlike conduct
nal a noncitad ge


punt after just two plays. Taylor

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Bulldogs' 35.
Despite the great starting
tield position, the Tigers were
held without a point again, as
Jonathan Smith. Taylor Woods.
Cody Sadler. Brandon. Riley.
Bishop and Chad Hill made
big defensive plays and Woods
sucked the QB and recovered
a fumble on a 4th and 10 play
from the I1-yard line.
A perfectly-elecuted slant
pass from Wentworth to King
went for 32 yards. Wentworth
ran for six and the Bulldogs
overcame another questionable
series of offictatmy calls to
convert a 3rd and 12 when
Wentworth threw over the
middle and tight end Kelvin
Crocker made a fantastic catch
and held on for a 15-yard
completion despite taking a big
hit in the back-
However, the drive ended
at the Tigers' 26 when
Wentworth's deep pass to King
was picked off.
Houston made two big
defensive stops in a row to force
a punt with 3 minutes left in
the first half, and Wentworth
completed a pass to Strawter
who slipped a tackle and raced
57 yards down the sideline for
the game's first touchdown.
On a fake extra point kick,
Wentworth took the extra point
snap and threw a perfect 2-point
pass to Woods to make the lead
8-0.
Please see page 8


BY AARON PORTWOOD
Despite playing without their
starting center and quarterback
(and punter/kicker), the Taylor
County Bulldogs won their
fourth straight game, improved
to 5-2 overall and took the lead
in the District 2-2B playoff race
with a decisive 28-12 district
victory over Union County
Friday night in Lake Butler,
The win vaulted Head Coach
Shane Boggs' Bulldogs into first
place in the very competitive
six-team District 2-2B, as
Florida High (4-3 overall, 2-1
district) fell to second place
with a close 13-10 loss to Starke
Bradford (4-4, 1-2) and Fort
White (3-4,' 2-1) edged East
Gadsden (2-6, 0-3) by a score
of 19-12.
Taylor's 16-point win was the
largest margin of victory in any
District 2-2B game thfs year, as
the eight other games have been
decided by an average of 5.5


and 10 yards.
The Bulldogs' fourth
straight victory (their longest
winning streak since the 1997
state championship season)
was keyed once again by the
Bulldogs' defense, which held
Union County scoreless until
the final quarter and gave up a
touchdown on the final play of
the game.
Senior offensive lineman
Tony Southerland picked up
the slack in the kicking game in
the absence of Crowley, nailing
both of his extra point attempts,
punting once for 32 yards and
had an onside kick to start the
second half that Jalen Jackson
recovered to set up a Taylor
County touchdown that gave
the Bulldogs a 15-0 lead.
Defensive Coordinator Steve
Price's defense has given up an
average of just 10 points per
game during the Bulldogs' four-
game winning streak.
Wester Br1moon to sole


Taylor
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Stats
First Downs
Rushing/Yards
Passes/Comp./Int.

ToatsasO nsse
Punts/Avg.

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Union CounV
13
36/133
13/27/2

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3/25

105/1205


Bulldog quarterback William Wentworth (7) hea~v~es one~ downfield during action


.0 s
The Taylor County High Kavarious Franklin, Justin
junior varsity football team shut McGuire and Brandon Peeples.
down East Gadsden 36-0 here Also getting reps on offense
Thursday night to complete a were Ricky Hudson and
perfea r s.0 sea .Tons than Coffee, the coach
"Javree atin Maf sold '
said he was extremely proud of Mauk said his defense, which
his team. has played strong all year, did it
"They knew the task at hand again against East Gadsden.
and went out and fought as hard The starting defense included
as they could each play during Beau Collini (LB), Caleb
the entire season. It makes Murphy (LB), Justin Becerra
it easy on a coach when you (DT). Kenneth Johnson (DT).
dominate on defense and you Blaine Brenner (N), Adam
are able to control the ball on Miller (DE), Wil Tuten (DE),
offense." Mauk said.
Colby Wilson started for the
Bulldogs at quarterback scoring
two touchdowns and passing for
a third.
Wilson had scoring runs of
73 and one yards and completed 414 v W 5
a 34-yard TD pass to Karon
Crowley. Nineteen players from this
Adam Miller had a 63-yard year's 8-0 junior varsity team
touchdown run and also picked will be playing for the Taylor
up a fumble and returned it 38 County High varsity for the
yards for a score. remainder of the season,
Jacques Freeman caught two Bulldog Head Coach Shane
?-point conversion passes and Boggs said this week.
Brion Scott added another to "I am extremely proud of
round out the Bulldogs' scoring, the accomplishments of the
Others making catches for the JV team and staff this season.
'Dogs were Kevon Richardson. The number of quality football
Styles Gipson and Jake players on the JV team is cause
Smyrnios. for optimism for the future of
Once again, the Bulldogs' Bulldog football. It was a very
offensive line kept would-be balanced team in that we had
rushers at bay. Members of the great players at every position."
O-line included Aaron Crews. Boggs said.
Taylor Bethea, Derek Ward, Boggs said 17 jayvee players


tackles, 4 assists, fumble
recovery), James Houston (7
solo, 5 ussists). Taylor Woods (5
solo, 6 assists. 2 sacks, fumble
recovery, I interception) and
Jabahri Bishop (6 solo.2 assists)
led the Taylor defense, which
gave up 293 yards, but kept the
Tigers out of the endzone until
the Bulldogs had a comfortable
21-0 lead with 5:53 left in the
game.
Both teams struggled in the
opening quarter of what was
a turnover and penalty-fiHed
game. Taylor County fumbled
6 times and lost 5, threw I
interception and was hit with 12
penalties for I12 yards. Union
County had 5 fumbles (lost 2),
2 interceptions and 10 penalties
for 105 yards.
However, big passing
plays made the difference, as
Wentworth's confidence grew
as the game wore on. King,
Strawter, Kelvin Crocker (15-
yard catch) and Woods (2-point
conversion pass reception) all
made big plays in the passing
game.
Tony Jackson (12 carries, 53
yards) opened the game with
a 21-yard kickoff return and
picked up a 15-yard facemask
penalty to allow his olTense to


The Bulldogs' offense had
f) its best output of the season
with 359 total yards (279
passing), led by junior backup
QB William Wentworth, senior
receiver Reggie King and
sophomore receiver James
Strawter, in a game in which
Wentworth took his first-ever
snap at QB in a varsity game
and Strawter caught his first
varsity pass.
Not to be overlooked was the
play of senior Eddie Weeks at
center playing in place of Josh
Wells, who missed the game
due to illness.
Weekssnappedtoandblocked
for Wentworth, who completed
10 of 13 passes for 279 yards
and 2 TDs with I interception
in his first start, which came
less than 24 hours after Bulldog
coaches learned that senior
starting QB Ty Crowley had
been admitted to the hospital
late Thursday afternoon.
King (5 catches, 179 yards, 1
TD) and Strawter (3 catches. 82
yards, 1 TD) made Wentworth's
job easier, as they turned all
but one of their receptions into
gains of 10-plus yards. King
had catches of 28, 32, 77 (TD)
and 44 yards, while Strawter's
receptions went for 57 (TD), 15


eason
Brion Scott (DB), Jake
Smyrnios (DB), Josh Hygema
(DB) and John White (DB).
Also playing defense for
the Bulldogs were Raydon
Parker, Daniel Bratcher, Kelsey
Stephens. Corey Rucker,
Jarrod Flowers, Larry Huskins,
Micha Palmer, Shakier August,
Brandon Matthews. Jared
Cartwright, Caleb Smyrnios.
Caine Riley, Alex Flowers,
Jason Madison, Timmy
Murphy, Derek Thompson and
Brandon Beach.





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met the goal for summer weight
room attendance.
"I would totally expect that
number to improve due to the
success of both teams this
year," he said.
Those moving up to the
varsity include Eli Grambling,
Wil Tuten, Brion Scott. Raydon
Parker, Josh Hygem, KJ
Johnson, Kevon Richardson,
Brandon Peeples, Jacqms
Freeman, Justin McGuire,
Adam Miller, Aaron Crews,
Beau Collini, Blaine Bremier,
Calub Murphy, Jake Smyrnios.
Koran Crowley, Styles Gibson
and Justin Becerra.


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BULLDOGS
Continued from page 7
Union County took the
k wkatT and once again drove all
the way down into the Bulldogs'
red zone before again coming
up empty when Riley picked
off a pass at the 5-yard line with
seconds left in the half.
Southerland's kickoff to start
the second half was recovered
by Jalen lackson for the
Bulldogs. Strawter caught a 15-
yard pass from Wentworth and
Tony Jackson ripped off a 25-
yard run before being dragged
down at the one-yard line.
Brandon fumbled as he
crossed the goal line on the
next play, but recovered in the
endzone for the touchdown.
Southerland's PAT gave the
Bulldogs a 15-0 lead.
Yet another unsportsmanlike
conduct penalty (six in the
game) on Taylor County gave
Union County good field
position, but Bishop, Woods
and Brandon came up big on
defense again for the Bulldogs
and forced another Tiger puntn


The Taylor County High varsity cheerleaders (top) pose for a photograph during a
break in the action Friday night. Bottom, TCHS Coach Shane Boggs (center) along
with coaches Reggie Wentworth (left) and Jonathan Mauk (right) draw up a play.



NOTICE OF CERTIFICATION

OF TAX ROLL


Pursuant to section 193.122 Florida Statutes,

Bruce A. Ratliff, Property Appraiser for Taylor County

hereby gives notice that the 2009 tax rolls

were certified to the Tax Collector on

October 20, 2009, for the collection of taxes.

Bruce A. Ratliff
Property Appraiser


A-8 TlaCO Times October 28, 2009


Julen Jackson (3 solo, 5
assists), Tony Jackson (2 solo,
I assist), Chad Hill (4 solo,
4 assists), Caleb Murphy ll
solo, 5 assists), Riley (1 solo, 7
assists) and Braswell (3 solo, 3
assists) were among the leaders
of the Bulldon defense.


Jackson took on option pitch yard gain down to the 3-yard
down to the 17 und Strawler line.
caught a 10-yard pass before Houston run the bull in from
Jackson bulled his way for two three yards out on a direct
more yards, snap keeper out of the wildcat
On 2nd and goal from the fonnation and Southerland's
5, Weptworth went for the PKT put Thylor County up 28-6
touchdown on n QB keeper and with 2:52 left in the game
had the ball knocked out of his
hand into the endzone, where it
was recovered by Union for a
touchback.
The Bulldogs gave up one
first down before holding the
Tigers again and giving the
ball back to the offense on the
Tigers' 36-yard line. Jackson
carried twice for 6 yards
before fumbling and losing the
ball.
The Tigers went to the air and
completed a long 55-yard pass
before scoring on a three-yard
TD run with 5:53 to play.
Union County's onside kick
attemptdidn'ttraveltherequired
10 yards and the Bulldogs took
over on the Tigers' 43.
After being hit with a penalty,
the Bulldogs sealed the deal
when Wentworth found King
on the slant pass again for a 44-


Taylor's defense--keyed by
George Gunt (2 solo, 6 assists)
--held once again, but Jackson
lost another fumbic, allowing
the Tigers to score on a 35-yard
QB scramble on the final play
of the game to make the Enal
28-12.


However Wentianh
couldn't himdle a high snap
and the Tices recovered the
fumble at the Bulldogs' 34 yard
line.
For the fourth time in the
game the Tigers drove inside
the Bulldogs' 20-yard line but
came away empty, thanks to
big tackles by Woods, Jesse
Braswell and Bishop.
Taylor took over on their own
19-yard line and after a short
gain by Jackson and a three-
yard direct snap run by Houston,
Wentworth hit King perfectly
in stride again on another slant
pass play that King took to
the house for a 77-yard TD
play,
This time the fake 2-point
pass to Woods was too far and
the Bulldogs led 21-0 with 1:14
left in the third quarter.
Southerland's kickoff found
the endzone and on the very
next play Woods anticipated
a pass in the flat, jumped the
route and picked off the pass.
However, another personal foul
penalty against the Bulldogs
pushed the ball back to the 26.


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B-1 TaCO TitlOS October 28, 2009


Representative Leonard Bembry shook hands w th const tuents along the parade route.


The Springtime Tallahassee float had everyone on their feet as volunteers passed out party beads.


Members of the Pride of Taylor Marching Band were greeted with


Petite Miss Madison County


Taylor County Junior Miss Maisie Wilson, her court and 2009 Junior Miss candidates all looked as pretty a


Florida Forest Festival Chairman Bo Taff walked the parade route,
handing out candy.


Florida Forest Festival Linttl Queen Jakayla Sellers and Little K~ing


Allen "Jr." Crews was joined by his family on the Grand Marshal float.


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B-2 TaCO Times October 28, 2009


Letters to the Editor


Midweek Muddle


DONALD D. LINCOLN SUSAN H. LINCOLN
Publisher Managing Editor
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Dear Editor:
I would like to comment
on the violence that has been
escalating in our community for
the past six or seven years. It
has really come to a head with
the killing of Andrd White.
We need to do something
today, not tomorrow, but
today. I have a few ideas that
I think will be helpful but it
will take an coordinated
effort from everyone, law
enforcement, state attorneys,
judges, business owners and
citizens. This effort is to curb
the violence, crimes, high
school dropout rate, jobless
claims and poverty in Taylor
County. Though the task seems
un-daunting I think that it is
possible if everyone does his
or her part including those too
whom this plan is designed to
help. So what is the plun?
First let's first discuss the
percentage of teens that have
dropped out of school and
roaming the street during


school hours. I think that we
should start using a truant
officer. This will have children
in their right place, in school. If
those teens do not want to go
to high school then they should
be required to take up a trade
or get a GED. If they do not
want to do either one of those
things then they should be put
into a reform school (locked
up) until they either do one or
the other. The prisons today
are not correctional facilities
but holding facilities. This will
require parents to take more
control of their children and to
guide them either to school or
to reform school. We should
see what schools or academies
our children can go to that can
fulfill all of those requirements
(confinement, educational
training, trade training and
structure). It will be well worth
it to pay for this in the front end
so that we do not have a whole
generation lost in the back end.
I would like to see offenders


of nonviolent crimes given the
choice of going to the military
rather than being charged
with a crime and being sent
to prison. Those children will
have to complete four years
with honorable service before
their cases are dropped. If they
do not choose to go the most
constructive route, they should
be sentenced right away to
the maximum. There are too
many charges being given light
penalties. Though I would hate
to see our children sent away for
long periods of time I think that
it will send a message that if you
commit a crime, the time that
you will be given will be very
long so. Like my daughter's
teacher Ms. Morgan says "Make
Good Choices." There should
be no more slaps on the wrist
for murder or violent crimes and
vise versa individuals should not
be give life for selling a piece of
cocaine. Many convicted felons
Please see page 5


princesseS
Dear Editor:
We at Perry Pre-K and the
PTO committee would like to
extend a warm thank you to our
commune.
Taylor county citizens
and businesses all pitched in
together for a --goal cause" as
most of them called the famd-
/trwheturisedaktonSl.50K)
The PTO will be using these
funds to take all our students at
Perry Pre-K on a field trip later
this year and to plan various
other activities throughout the
school year.
Our young studesus are
our future and once again we
sincerely thank each and every
Taylor county citizen and
business for your support.
The crowning ceremony for
princes and princesses held last
Saturday at the festival parade
tudpa 1 op pa dull
sincrely
Tracy stanley
PTO member

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Dear Editor:
During 1975-76, while
serving as a member of the
Dixie-Taylor County Coastal
Zone Advisory Board, I asked
the state agent coordinating
the meetings why we could not
allow some work be done at the
mouth of the Steinhatchee River
as I had seen similar work being
done in Apalachicola Bay.
The answer when given was,
"If you have enough money
y o w 1 t u can do
Several years ago ( C 0 ),
the beach development group
Magnolia Bay petitioned the
county commission to abandon
a portion of Dekle Beach Road
right-of-way to within eight
feet of pavement edge. This
amounted to approximately two
Please see page 5


The clouds were deep and
threatening when I topped a hill in
South Alabama, traveling for all I
was worth to the place that has been
home to me for nearly 50 years.
This must be the way the people
of North Carolina are drawn to
their mountains, or the Scots to
their bagpipes, or the people of
Pennsylvania to their rolling green
countryside.
Here, it is simply explained as,
"You get sand in your shoes." And
you do.
I've always wanted to travel with
an orchestra, and if I had been so
privileged on this late October
afternoon, the string section would
have swelled with a crescendo of
lush, concordant strains displaying
musically that my heart had found
its way home again.
The sun was brilliantly white
behind these dark and ominous
clouds which seemed so heavy
that they threatened to fall from
the skies upon the cattle and
dilapidated barns below.
Suddenly, I didn't just need an
orchestra. I needed Ansell Adams.
Adams, the famed photographer
of the previous century, seemed to
artistically mine the grandeur of
any setting he framed. His pictures
didn't reduce their subjects, but
rather, gave them depth and
substance. In color, this setting
would have forever saved the
indigo skies above the clean, green
rolling, pastureland, with the sun
backlighting the vision. The fences, .
stretching north-south, as well as
east-west, would have established
the perimeters.
And in my mind, I heard the
shutter of his camera click.
That would have been the picture.
In black-and-white, he could have
depicted it just as artistically.
But I would have grabbed Adams
by the arm and pushed him in
another direction for there, to my
right, was cotton. I would love to
see what he could do writh cotton,


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The Perry Pre-K princes and princesses rode in the
King Tree Parade Saturday. Shown above are: (left row,
front to back) Breauna Stanley, Harley Denson, Trace
Williams and Landen Morgan; (right now, front to back)
Ethan Foskey, Joshua Freeman, Kaitlyn Smith and Cole
Randolph.


Wednesday, October 28, 2009


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Tallahassee, FL 32399 850-488-4441
U.S. Senator Mel Martinez
1N Palafox St., Suite 159,
Pensacola, FL 32502 850-433-2603
U.S. Senator BIII Nelson
111 North Adam St., Suite 208,
Tallahassee, FL 32301 850-942-8415
U.S. Representative Allen Boyd
1650 Summitt Lake Dr., Suite 103,
Tallahassee, FL 32317 850-561-3979


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415 Tomplans St.
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tton: the fabric

our lives
By SUSAN H. LINCOLN

When I see cotton growing, I feel
like I should get out of my car and
salute. I know, firsthand, the towns
that this crop has fostered and
the economic stability it afforded
the South. I also know I'm close
to home if I see cotton growing.
It is, of course, the fabric of our
lives,
In Donalsonville, Ga., this time of
year, it looks like an early snow has
fallen. And it has, Southern snow.
Cotton is strewn along the streets
and highways, having left the
fields and traveled in bales toward
processing plants. To the random
traveler, it might appear that a
bag of cotton came undone on a
trip to a dumpsite and someone
thoughtlessly littered the highways.
But it isn't so.
It's cotton. It's organic. It will
return to the earth from which it
came.
It's currently blooming in
rows along hillsides and valleys,
providing vistas for much of my
trip home. Harvesting equipment
is kicking up dust as the plants are
reduced to a few leaves, and the
bolls are then transported to points
unknown for processing.
"I should grow some cotton," I said
to myself without even considering
the ramifications. I'm certain cotton
would lose its appealif Ihad to fight
the weather, the insects, and the tax
laws, not to mention the hard work
that any crop requires.
But I hope one day I can retire, sit
on a porch, and stare at a cotton
field.
I want to look at it in the morning
when the skies are painted in soft
pastels.
I want to look at it at high noon,
when the crop shines under a
relentless sun.
And at dusk when the rain clouds
drape indigo blue behind the
whitest of white blooms.
For I now I realize that my favorite
weather event is snow...Southern
snow.


Pre-K crowns princes,

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8-3. T8CO Times October 28, 2009


Dear Valued Customers:

I would like to share some very important news. For months now we've been
talking about steps we're taking to put FairPoint onto stable financial footing by
cutting costs, generating new revenues, and reducing our debt burden. We have
begun revenue generation and cost-cutting initiatives and we continue to make
progress on a number of operational fronts.

We have explored a number of paths that itvould ultimately lead to a balance sheet
restructuring. I'm happy to announce we have reached a deal with more than 50
percent of our bank lenders which is expected to reduce our debt by approximately
$1.7 billion and we are using the tools provided by Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy
Code to implement the deal. This will make FairPoint more viable and competitive
than ever and position us to focus all of our efforts on customers, employees and
strategic growth plans.

For Our Customers Uninterrupted Service
FairPoint is open for business. During this process, we will continue to focus on
steadily improving customer service. Nothing about your contract will change,
and our customer service representatives are ready to respond to ybur questions,
comments, or requests. We will continue all advertised promotions and seek new
customers as we roll out exciting new products and services.

On behalf of everyone at FairPoint, we thank you -- our customers -- for your
business and we look forward to working with you for years to come.

Sincerely,


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Classified ads are $5 for 25 words or less and .10 each additional
word. Thedeadline for the Wednesday, Teco Times, Is Monday by 5
p.m.and for the Friday, Perry News-Herald, is Wednesday by 5 p.m.
123 South Jefferson St.



S deals!


Nice furnished efficiency apartment.
UtilitiessataliteTVandtrashcollection
included. One or two adults. No
children. No pets. $150 per week, plus
$150 security deposit. Call 584-2199.
10/21-10/30
2 bedroom house, close to town $350
month. 584-5076.
10/23-10/28
For Rent: Nice neighborhood 3 BD/2
BA brick house $750 per month and
$200securitydeposit.584-7084.
10/21tfNGM
1.5 BD/1 BA, kitchen mobile home for
rent. $300 month and $100 security
deposit. Call 584-7084.
10/21tfNGM
3 BR/1.5 BA for rent. No pets, no
smoking on premises. Application and
references. On N. Center St. $550 per
month. Security deposit $600. 584-
6140 1 year lease minimum.
10/21-10/30
For rent:3 BD/2 BA house near Keaton
Beach $850 mth + sec. includes
utilities, adults only, pets extra. 850-
843-1882 leave message.
10/21-11/13
Available Nov. 15, 2 BD/2 BA house
near Keaton Beach $750 + security.
Includes utilities, adults on pets extra.
850-843-1882. Leave message.
10/21-11/13
Taking applications for:
2 bedroom/1 bath $300 deposit $375
rent; 1 bedroom/1 bath $300 deposit
$350 rent. References required. AI(
homes set up in Everetts Mobile Home
Park, water, sewer and garbage
included in rent. Apply in person
Monday through Wednesday, ask for
Ms. Betty 584-7094.
10f7tfEMH
Downtown small office building with a
display window for rent or sale.114 S.
Jefferson St.Call Sawgrass Realty, LLC
850-223-2370. *
10/14tfSR
Clean 2 bedroom 1 bath, mobile home.
Large carport, city water off 98 $450
per month. First. Iast and $250 security.
727-433-4514.
10/14-11/6
REDUCED PRICE 1 & 2 Bedroom
Apartments. All have just been
refinished and ready to occupy 1st
Months rent and Security deposit
required. Must have good credit and
references, No pets allowed. Please
call 850-584-6666 ext. 407 for details.
6/10tfWO
3 BD/2 BA house, near Keaton Beach,
$850 month + security.includes utilities.
Adults only, pets extra. 850-843-1882.
Leave message.
10/16-11/13
For rent available Nov. 15. 2 BD/2 BA
house near Keaton Beach. $750 +
security. Includes utilities. Adults only,
Pets extra. 850-843-1882. Leave
message.
10/16-11/13
WOODRIDGE APARTMENTS
$199 MOVE-IN SPECIAL
For Basic to Market renters. 1,2, or 3
BR HC and Non-HC accessible
apartments. HUD vouchers considered
and rental assistance may be available.
Equal Housing Opportunity. Office
hours are 8:00-5:00 Mon.- Thurs. Call
850-584-5668.709 W. Church St. Perry,
FL 32348. TDD 711.
5/13tfWP
Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included from Monthly $545
(required $45 deposit), $165 weekly or
$40 daily (tax included). 317 N. Byron
Butler Pkwy. 850-672-0973.
1/7tfLS
202 S. Arena St. Nice house, 2 BD/1
BA, $575 mo.850-672-0973.
9/4tfLS
Small RV for rent.includes power, water
and cable. $100 per week. 1st and last.
Just outside city limits. 843-0883.
9/9-11/6


Special 28' wide 3 bdr/2bth $39,995
Includes delivery, setup, AC/Heal,
steps and skirting. Prestige Home
Centers, Open on Sundays 12 to 5.
800-477-2492 or 352-493-2492
8/12PH
Reallyll Better hurry!! One month left!l
$8,000. Government Stimulus Tax
credit. Call for info Prestige Home
Centers Open On Sunday's 12 to 5.
800-477-2492 or 352-493-2492.
10/14tfPH
Used & repo mobile homes. Prestige
Home Centers Chiefland, Open on
Sunday i2 to 5.800-477-2492 or 352-
493-2492
8/26tfPH
Brand new 4 Bdr/2 Bth Starting at
$55,995 Prestige Home Centers,
Chiefland. Open on Sundays 12 to 5
800-477-2492 or 352-493-2492.
7/22tfPH
Prestige Home Centers has EZ
Financing available Call for your free
credit check today Open Sundays 12
to 5.1-800-477-2492 or 352-493-2492.
7/1PH
NO DOWN PAYMENT for land owners
(even if you still owe money on your
property!) Call Prestige Home Centers.
Open on Sundays 12 to 5. 800-477-
2492 or 352-493-2492
10/7tfPH



Town & Country has 1, 2 and 3
bedroom unds for rent. Prices range
from $375/mo.to $400/mo, AII require a
$400 deposit. A 3 bedroom house will
be available Nov. 1st. An application is
a must. Call 584-3095 for more
information. After hours you may call
584-5284 (before 9 p.m.)
10/28-10/30
For rent with option to purchase.
Triplewide on 6 acres, no animals, no
pets. Adult community in Shady Grove.
850-584-4331.
10/28-11/6
Nice comfortable 1 bedroom trailer 1 or
2 adults only. Utilities and satellite TV
included.No children, no pets.$150 per
week plus $150 sprity deposit. Call
584-2199,
10/28-11/13
2 BR/1 BA house,: all electric, central
H/AC, $600 month 850-443-9642.
10/28-10/30
House for rent: 3 BR/2 BA, central
Heat/AC, refrigerator, stove D/W on 2
acres, no pets, 220 E. Roberts Aman
Rd. 578-2240 $750 per month +
deposit.
10/28-11/20


Bow Buck Masters G-3/ all
accessories.$350.00;Weatherby7mm
Remington mag $325.00; Marlin 22
Mag. Bolt action/scope $245.00 Call
850-838-7407.
10/23-10/30

*
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Red, 1990 F-150 XLT extended cab, all
power heat and AC works. Brand new
mud tires. 300 6 cyl., 5 speed. Runs
great. Call 850-843-7699 $1,000 or
best offer.
10/23-11/14
2001 Ford Ranger step-side, X Cab,
automatic, liner, recent brakes and
rotors, front end and new AC, 6 cyl.
great truck $5,000. 223-2201.
10/21-10/30
2004 Saturn 10N Coupe. Sun roof,
leather, black, nice car. $4,300. 584-
2270 or 843-7763.
10/21-10/23JM



Benefits Specialist
with leading manufacturer of military
and defense related ammunition
products.
Duties would include, but not be limited
to; administration of our wellness
program, administration of benefits,
assist with W/C, maintain OSHA log,
reconciliation of medically related
absenteeism, auditing of HR records,
and administration of our company
physicals and drug screens.
The individual must have excellent
organizational, interpersonal, oral and
written communication and computer
skills and possess the versatility to
adapt to changing situations, establish
credibility and make sound decisions
quickly.
Requires at least one year as an LPN
and at least two years of computer
employee benefits and workers
compensation experience.
This position offers a competitive salary
and benefits package. AII applicants
are subject to pre-employment drug
screening and a background check by
BAFR Only qualified candidates will be
called for an interview. Apply by
submitting a resume and salary
requirements to the attention of HR
Manager, email mwalsh0martin-
electronics.com, by fax 850-584-2044
or by mail to HR Manager, Martin
Electronics, Inc., 10625 Puckett Road,
Perry. R 32348. AAE/EEONP
10/23-10/28MEI
Mature, reliable baby-sitter needed to
watch 2 year old boy. Monday through
Friday. ? a.m. to 4 p.m. and 2 p.m. to
10:30 p.m. at your home. Please call
838-3805 for more information.
10/28-11/6
St. Marks Powder, a hi-tech chemical
manufacturing facility is seeking a
Maintenance Supervisor. This position
directs the daily activities of a
multidiscipline group of mechanical
maintenance employees. Monitors
work backlog and assists with
prioritizing and scheduling of work.
Manages projects requiring outside
contract services including
determination of applicable
specifications, scope definition, pre-job
planning, and contractor oversight.
Position requires a minimum of five (5)
years experience in industrial
maintenance supervision in addition to
hands-on experience in a mechanical
or electrical craft. B.A. or A.A. degree,
and/or completion of a trade school
program is required. Must have a valid
state issued driver's license. BATFE
Certification Required. We offer a
competitive compensation and benefks
package. Submit resume and salary
requirements in confidence to:
St. Marks Powder
A General Dynamics Company
Attn:HumanResourcesDepartment
P.O. Box 222
St. Marks, FL 32355
E0E M/FN/D Drug Free Workplace
10/28-10/30
The Boys & Girls Club is seeking
creative, child oriented individuals for
the position of Part Time Program Stay
to work with our 21st Century
Community Learning Centers Program'

yoburdut udae su5rvis
and other duties to be determined on a
needs basis by the Unit Directors.
Minimum qualifications: High school
diploma and experience working with
u toA th Vpt s r n
Natisha Miller at the Jerkins Unit, or
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11/6B&GC


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Find out what Taylor
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New-to-you Baby clothes, Christmas
cards/gifts/decorations/crafts, winter
jackets/hoodies, fashion jewelry, travel
system, high chair, walker, car seat,
changing table, collectibles, nutrition
products. Lighthouse Mini Shoppes,
105 E. Ellis St., Monday-Saturday.584-
8800.
10/28-10/30

Do you suffer from Asthma, Diabetes,
high blood pressure, Fibromyalgia, acid
reflux, high cholesterol, toothaches and
more? Get a free report on an All-
Natural product that could benefit you
greatly, Stop by Parker Nutritional
Center, 101 E. Ellis Street. Directly
across from the City of Perry at the Old
train Depot. We are open Mon. Frl. 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday 8 a.m.* 3
p.m. Get healthy now!
10/28-11/6


M
New Store OpensI Bargains Unlimited,
1305 N. Jefferson St. Used fumiture,
tools, appliances, House hold goods,
Tuesday Saturday, 10 a.m. 6 p.m.
850-223-1860. '
10/21-10/28
Fresh turkey's ready for Thanksgiving!
Call 850-223-3471 or 850-948-2149.
10/28-10/30

Hay for sale. Buy 5 rolls or more $35
per roll. Contact Iris at 584-8885.
10/14-10/30

Original paintings by local artists,
caricatures, hand-crafted
jeweIry/shells, original flower
arrangements. Christmas
decorations/gifts, scented candles,
Christian/red hat/ breast cancer
awareness jewelry, Belvah
purses/totes.Lighthouse Mini Shoppes,
105 Blis Street. Monday-Saturday.584-
8800.
10/28-10/30
Free old church piano, needs repair.
Donation requested. Call 850-584-6947
10/28-11/6


Westgate Rooms available for rent.
Refrigerator, microwave, TV w/cable,
AC/Heater. Everything included. $165
weekly, $40 daily, $545 per month. RV
sites $19 daily, $90 weekly, $290
monthly. Tax included. 1627 S. Byron
Butler Pkwy.850-584-5235.
1/7tfLS
Steinhatchee Place Resort Furnished
1 and 2 bedroom Condos for Rent.
$550-$700 + utilities. Included in price -
Cable, internet and hot tub in
Steinhatchee.Calli-352-498-7740.
11/28tfSPR/SPD
Steinhatchee Park Models. Furnished
or unfurnished. $700 month Includes
electric, city water, Directv. Five blocks
to Gulf. Mary Ross, Sales, Herring
Realty 352-665-3211.
9/18tfMR
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. TDDffTY 711. 315
Puckett Rd, Perry, FI, 32347. Equal
Housing Opportunity.
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Fully fumished, remodeled apartment
for rent. Microwave, DVDfTV, stove and
refrigerator. Utilities include light, cable,
garbage and water. $150 per week or
$600 month. $100 deposit. No pets or
smoking. 850-926-3613 or 850-519-
3442.
10/9-11/4

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House for sale 3 BD/2 B house on over
2 acres of land. Good location and
good neighborhood. Hwy. 98, 146
Falling St. Isrge building in back. New
roof and air $79.800. Call 584-3673 or
584-5205.
10/23-11/11
Land/Home for sale. 1996 Fleetwood 3
. BD/2 BA 24/40. 1 acre + or on Puckett
Road. AII improvements $48.900.00
Call Becky 850-584-7094.
10/23tfPR
2 tots 50x100 for sale. Call 584-3139.
10121-11/6
Land for sale, 221 North between
Shiloh Church Rd. and Cairo Parker
Rd.1 acre lots with paved roads.0wner
financing available. Please call (386)
658-1346 or (850) 584-7466.
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REDUCED/8ELOW APPRAISAL
1ST TIME BUYERS STIMULUS
ENDING SOONI Brick 3BD/2BA,
covered patio. carport, bam with floor
and electric. Landscaped, fenced yard,
Corner lot with 1.76 acres. Cemented
sidewalks and circular drive. New roof.
new hot water heater, commercial
grade carpet, cabinet galore! Great
location. Must see @ 3281 Sullivan
Road, comer of Houck Road, Perry,
$129,500. Call 584-9486 or 407-791-
0246.
10?7-10/30

Newly remodeled 4 bd/2 be with
computer room, carport, work shed,
new roof, great location down town
area. Behind Wachovia Bank. 409 W.
Bay St. $97,500. 838-6077 or 584-
2270.
S/20tfJM
Suwannee River property: 3 br/2 be
1996 Home of Merit one block off
Suwannee River at Turner Point
Landing. Over 2000 sq, ft. fully
furnished; sleeps 12. Fireplace, CHA,
dishwasher, laundry room, large deck,
fenced, boat garage ano inp house.
Hook-up for camper also. A love 500 yr.
flood planI 850-838-1 169 leave
message. Agents welcome serious
inquiriesonlypleasel
9/30tfnEV



Chevy, 32' Pace Arrow. Sleeps 6.$2500
0.B.0.needs work. Runs fine.850-223-
3471 or 850-948-2149.
10/28-10/30


MEDICAL
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Most have graduated from a
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John Sesock's
Tree Service/Stump Grinding
*Tree Trimming/Bucket Truck
*Free Estimates
*Licensed & Insured Tree Expert
Also, Bobcat Wo rk Do ne
Root Rake, Grabbler, Front End
Loader for Excavation/ Cleanup, (850}-
584-2027 (H)
(850)591-8301 (C)
See ad in phone book page 114.
10/2-10/30
J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.
Licensed and insured. Free estimates.
We also grind stumps. Call today 838-
1280. Firewood for sale.
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CLEANING SERVICE
Home, Office, Garage, Rental
Rr p e m Sa Pade e
Call Susan at 371-0643.
10/14-11/6
A to Z Farm and Lawn Service
Land clearing, tree trimming/ removal,
dump truck service, harrowing, bush
hog mowing, rake work, dirt leveling
and complete lawn service. Call 584-
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Pressure washing, painting, concrete,
wood decks, Ceramic tile, laminate
wood available, Mobile Home Repails,
RV Leak Repairs. 838-6077 or 584-
2270.
9/16tfJM
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*STumpnin ng
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*Free Estimates* and
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Call today!
850-838-5923 or 850-584-8191

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Co tree pH je &AA ng,
Dirt Pads & Te Service
animan."arerena
Tear Down & Removal, Releveling.
Installation of New Windows & Doors,
Roots, Skirting & Vinyl Skiing.
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or Steve McKinney 838-0676


Need Cash?
Got Junk?
Got Junk Cars, Truck?
I buy Scrap MetalslI
850-838-JUNK(5865)
State Certified Scales
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Lab puppies for sale. Black, AKC
registered, 12 weeks old, shots current,
1 male; 2-females. $300/ea. Call 850-
838-6744 or 850-223-2092.
10/23-11/4

Hogs for sale $10 and $20 850-584-
8060.
10/23-11/4
3 Deer hounds for sale.
July/Walker/Beagle Cross. 14 months
old. Running well, $200. Call (850)519-
2313.
10/21-10/28
Free Kittens Black, black and white
and tabby bob tail and long tail kittens.
584-5564.
10/28-10/30
Dachshund puppies. Ready to go.
Wormed, shots from vets. Born June
16. Parents on premises. 1 female -
red., 2 males:1 red, 1 black & tan.Price
reduced to sell. $195. Call 850-584-
4455. :
10/28-10/30



3 or 2 bedroom 2 bath-$35,995.00
Includes delivery, setup, AC/Heat,
steps and skirting. Prestige Home
Ceriters. Open on Sundays 12 to 5.
800-477-2492 or 352-493-2492.
10/28PHC


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Yearbooks
Old Silver Coins
Scrap Gold
Old Comic Books
Used Furniture (LR, DR, BR)
Used Appliances
Taylor Coun Memorablila



Cosmetology Booth Rental available at
New Dimensions Half and Nail Salon.
$300 per month (+ tax). Rental room
space available, used previously for
massage therapy. Very nice. Call Linda
at 223-5000.
10/21-11/13
30ish F looking for M/F roommate to
share 2 BD/2 BA home in a private
country setting. Partlally furnished,
$325 a month (utilltles included), $200
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In the Circuit COUlt of the Third
Judicial Circuit in and for Taylor
County
Case No. 09-479 CA
Wachovia Mortgage Corporation
Plaintiff
vs
Denis Ort, et of
D TeCdo CTION
To: Denis Ort
Whos evidence s 1063 land Circ
Lower Turnpyke. North Ganville, NY
:8 chele Martinez
Who e sidenceeeis:F%3 n
Branch Avenue, Tampa, FL 33603
TO: Unknown spouse of Michelle
Martinez
whose residence s: 1063n 9nd
Branch Avenue. Tampa. FL 33603
If alive, and if dead, all parties
r Interest through
Martinez; Unknown spouse of
Michole Martinez ond oil parties
having or claiming to have any right,

ti t t tohne 0 ope
Foreclosure of Mortgoge on the
W sg dn fed o t k'G'of
Steinhatchee Londing Resort, 2004
Expansion offfdebrdbtPlifPhit Book 1-
ge o o FI
being more particularly descdbed as
follows:
Comment of the Nort ne
Subdivision as recorded in Plot Book
1. Page 26 of the Public Records of
TNo 00@ r Florldo; thences r
seconds East, a distance of40.61 feet
to the S therlyhr hteofuwayo he
degrees 17 minutes 30 seconds West
along sold right of way line a
cheo r uPOP6e7. e
thence run olong the are of sold
curve on arc distance of 33.39 feet,
td eTS 06 cr n s angleec nds8
(chord bearing and distance of
u d80Wdetgre 05 e Ptth n
continue along said right of way line
North 85 degrees 15 minutes 56
etotnodtsheWPeo to M ceg h
from said Point of Beginning continue
along said North dght of way Ilne of
Tnau s c nodshW8e5 degdrft n
of 21.78 feet to a point of a curve
cood so 405 e Seoe hth c ru
along the arc of said curve on arc
distance of 38.37 feet, through a
centrolongleof4degrees37minutes

5dt hr e eae
thence leaving sold right of way Ilne
run South 00 degrees 09 minutes 32

sectto sthWeN tahe ew t o
de rees 51 minutes 09 seconds East,
0 distance f 111.11 feet to the point
Containing 0.16 acres more or less.
A mobile home with the VIN number
VIN N/A sits on th roper cle NE
Steinhatche F t you and you

arettrequ ed to rve a copty otyoo
Nwabufo Umunna, Attorney for
n fSvy se address IsL Odle re
Florldo 33312 within 30 days after the
first publication of th|s notice and file
thtehculgbnal wlth the Ceerk f tp
attorney or Immedlately thereafter,
otherwise a default will be entered
o)gtainst you for the relief demanded
Witness my hand and the seal of this
Court this 21 day of October, 2009,
AnnIe Mae Murphy
As Clerk of the Court


Dy:Me t Leerk


VIOLENCE ,
d f 2
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are willing to work if given the
opportunity. just so long as it
will help to take care of their
famines.
'J'jy)S iS Where business
owners, managers and CEOs
come in. We need to stop
making it so difficult for
COnvicted felons to find
employment. Because when
they are pushed away from
SOCiety. the Streets are always
welcoming them back with
open arms. I would like to see
the probation otTicers do more
than look for parole violators
and do more to assist soon to be
released felons to become
prepared for the outside world.
This can be done by having the
probation officers do an early
contact letter to inmates to see
if they have acquired a trade
while in prison and to fill out
applications so that they can he
reviewed by our business


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PETITION
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CO0tlnued from page 2
acreS. ThiS Was at a time
Magnolia Bay held 2,700
unused acres,
The county comillission in
their wisdom voted
unankllously to abandon the
road right-of-way.
Now comes a number ot'
Ezell Beach Drive property





Marlna Subdivlslon, accordIng to the
plot thereof, as recorded in Plat Book
of r C215, of thedPubilc Records
Au Person cla Ing an iterest lotthe
than the property owner as of the
date of the Lls Pendens must file a
claim within 60 days after the sale,
WItness my hand and the officlot seal
'or',:.: 1:vegrome::Far
er S pnurt
(COURT SEAL)
D puty Clerk
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED
Notice Is hereby given, that John
Cloyd the holder of the following
certificate has filed said certificate foi
a taxideed to be issued ereon The


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minutes 01 seconds East a dIstance
of 20,00 foot to the North flght-of-way
line of Ryland Circle; thence run
North 88 degrees 44 minutes 49
seconds West along said (Ight-of-way
IIno, a distance of 37,09 feet to a
point on a curve concave to the
North, having a radius of 179.36 feet;
thence run along the arc of sold
curve an arc distance of 56.86 feet,
through a central angle of 18
degrees 09 minutes 51 seconds
(chord bearing and distance of
North 79 degrees 39 minutes 54
seconds West, 56.62 feet) to a point
Vang 1 dl noc e08 ete t
run along the arc of sold curve an
arc distance of 35,08 feet, through a
central angle of 29 degrees 57
minutes 45 seconds (chord bearing
and distance of North 85 degrees 33
minutes 51 seconds West. 34.68 feet),
thence run South 79 degrees 27
minutes 17 seconds West along the
North right-of-way line 23.06 feet to
the POINT OF BEGINNING; thence
from sold Point of Beginning continue
along sold North flght-of-way line
South 79 degrees 27 minutes 17
seconds West, 25.69 feet to a polnt
on a curve concave to the North,
having a radius of 241.74 feet;
thence run along the orc of said
curve an arc distance of 24,89 feet,
through a central angle of 5 degrees
53 minutes 53 seconds (chord
bearing and distance of South 82
degrees 24 minutes 13 seconds West.
24.87 feet); thence leaving said right-
of-way run North 00 degrees 09
minutes 24 seconds East, a distance
of 101.41 feet; thence run North 89
degrees 51 minutes 55 seconds East,
a distance of 49.89 feet, thence run
South 00 degrees 08 minutes 51
seconds West. 9354 teet to the Point
of Beginning..
TOGETHER WITH oU the
Improvements now of hereafter
erected on the property, and all
easements, rIghts. opputtenances.
tents, royalties, mineral, oil and gos
rights and profits, water rights and
stock and oil fixtures now or hereafter
attached to the property.
" ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE
SALE. IF ANY. OTHER THAN THE
PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF
LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM
WITHIN SIXTY (60) DAYS AFTER THE
SALE. "
WITNESS my hand and the seol of this
Court on October 22. 2009.
ANNIE MAE MURPHY
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Morti Lee
Deputy Clerk
In accordance with the Americons
with Disabilities Act. persons with
disobilities needing a specioI
occommodotton to porticipote in
this proceeding should contact the
individual or opency sending notice
no later than seven doVS Onor to the
proceeding. It hearing impaired,
(TOD) 1-800-955-8771. of Voice (Jil.
800-955-8770. (V) Florido Relay
Service.
10/28. 11/4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. THIRD
U IN 0 DAAN 0 FOR TA Y LOR
Cose No: 2009-578-CA
BARBARA FINCH COLEMAN.
Piarnh"
[ ond NICHOLE
MARSHALL. has w fe.
D do ORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HERESY GIVEN pursuont to
t Finath s 2 vdoFofO t
2009. and entered in Cose No. 2009.
578-CA of the Circuit Court of the
Third Judichol Circuit in and for Toylor
C nty.o a did t sh a
the front door of the Toyor County
Courthouse in Per f OO
2009 the following described
DroDetty os set forth in sold Final
JudgN nt, 15 feet of Lot 2. Block 11.
Peacock-Wilder and Foulkner
Subdivision of the Town of Perry.
FI is Boookre ordege 7048@
Public Records of Toylor County*
Flo ste porticularly described by
recent survey OS follows:
Begin of the Northwest Corner of Lot
2. Blo Ikrler u co hk- der
of Perry as recorded in the Office
ofthe Clerk of Circult Court of Toylor
d r sF rutthe smeno so
olong the Northerly Boundary Line of
5d5Lot Biochke 1Nor h cco n
of sold Lot 2. Block 11; thence run
South 00 degrees 11 minutes 00

s 2tnon 705 L th 07.8
South 90 degrees 00 minutes oo
seconds West parallel to the Northerly
.5 f t Pkollnpo it'=:
boundary IIne of sold Lot 2, Block 11;
thence run North 00 degrees 11
minutes 00 seconds West along said
Westerly Boundary Llne, a distance of
75.00 feet to the sold
Northwest Cornet of Lot 2, BIOck 11
and the Polnt of BegInning. Dated
tAhNNT3 doAEof October, 2009
Clerk of the Circuit court
BY: Mail Lee
De N/1%erk
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 2oo9-CA-069
CIVIL DIVISION
CAPITAL CITY BANK, Plaintiff,
REGORY S. PREBLE and DEBRA J.
PREBLE, STEINHATCHEE SHORES
HOMEOWNER'S ASSOCIATION, INC.,
OR EOWNECKSA OC O CNH


Defendants,
CLET 'S NOTICEEOF SALEGIVEN that,
jo reod teT e hme
October, 2009 In the above-styled
cause, l, ANNIE MAE MURPHY, Xlerk of
the above-entitled Court, will sell to
the highest and best bidder for cash
as: ?,::ee:::,:
me 2 9, thhee 11 pd er
described as follows and set forth In
said Final Judgment of reclosure
Loi 7, Steinhatchee Shores & Ideal
Marina Subdivislon, according to the
plot thereof, as recorded in Plat Book
1. Page(s) 215, of the Publlc Records
of Taylor County, Florlda,
AND
Lot 20, Steinhatchee Shores & Ideal


named above,
in accordance with the Amerlcans
wlth Disabilities Act, persons needing
a reasonable accommodation to
participate In this proceeding should,
no lator than seven (7) days pilor,
contact the Clerk of the Court's
disablity coordinator at 9049582163,
Po sox 1869. Lake City FL 32056, If
hearing Impaired, contact (TDD)
8009558771 via Florida Relay System.
This is an attempt to collect a debt.
Any Information obtained will be
used for that purpose,
10/28,11/4
NOTICE OF PROCEDURES FOR THE
CLOSING OF STREETS,
THOROUGHFARES AND ALLEYS
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
You will take notice that the Board
County Commissioners of TayI
county, Florida, upon the petition
certain of the adjacent landowners
to hereinafter described property, will
at 6:10 p.m. on the 17th day of
November, 2009 at the Taylor County
Administrative Complex, 201 East
Green Street, Perry, Florldo, 32347,
consider and determine whether the
County will vacate, abandon, blose
and will renounce and disclolnd any
and all right of the County and public
in and to all street, thoroughfares and
alleys which run over, upon or
through the following described lots,
blocks, pieces of parcels of land.
lying and being in Taylor Copnty,
Florida, and described as follows:
DESCRIPTION:
A part of Magnolia Drive, as shown
on the plot of PALM HEIGHTS
SUBDIVISION PLAT BOOK 1 PAGE 126,
of the Public Records of Taylor
County. Florido being more
particularly described as follows:
Beginning at the Northeast corner of
Lot 17 of PALM HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION
Os recorded in Plat Book 1. Page 126
of the Public Records of Toylor
County. Florida and run South 81
degrees 16 minutes 19 seconds West
along the southerly right of way of
Magnolia Drive a distance of 87.49
feet; to a polnt on a non tangent
cuwe concove to the right. having a
radius of 20,00 feet, on arc length of
91.74 feet and a control angle of 262
degrees 49 minutes 09 seconds,
thence run along the are of said
curve a chord of North 08 degrees 43
minutes 41 seconds West and
distance 30.00 feet thence run North
81 degrees 16 minutes 19 seconds
East along the north right of way line
of sold Magnolla Drive, a distance of
87.49 feet; thence leaving said right
of way ilne. run South 08 degrees 43
minutes 41 seconds East. o distance
of 30.00 feet to the POINT OF
BEGINNING.
Containing 0.09 ocres. more or less.
A copy of the petition is ovoilable to
the public of the Planning
Department of Tovior County during
regular business hours.
Notice is also given pursuant to
Florlda Statute 286.105. that any
persons deciding to appeal any
matter considered at this pubic
hearing will need a record of the
meeting and may need to ensure
that a verbotim record of the
in e et st moodnpy cen3 Cvi n
based.
This hearing mov be continued from
flme to time as mov be necessary
p pe 400 e dt to
property directly affected and
woh e ad e p coved7d ecm
tax roll.
Dated this 28th doY of October 2009

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
C Cl UITAND FOR TAYLOR
CIVIL CASE NO. 62-2009-CA-00037)
SWACenoTAn intMrOR AGW0Ch B.
Mortgage Corporation.
Plaintiff.
HEATHER L. DANIELE: et al.,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE ISoHEREBY oGIV dpumsuotnt
Foreclosure dated October 21. 2009.
a d3enteredenCCosue NCood2-2CO9-CA-
County. Florldo, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash of
eu us ,ep1s ofNTotylor C nty
Street, Perry, FL 32348. at 11 a.m. on
the 24th day of November, 2009, the
IItohwln desclrdbedSupt7operty OFI
Judgment: Lot 10. Block "D" of
NHS C AN eNdGn OOToo 14
Page 195-A thru 195-F of the Pubic
Records In Taylor County, FlorIda;
belnTore porttlculNrly desecsrtibced as
of Lot 14, BIOck I of Stelnhatchee
Subdivision as recorded In Piot Book
y rge n ,thleripd Ilchtecordruor
South 89 degrees 50 minutes 22
seconds East, a distance of 1149.82
feet; thence run North 00 degrees 34
minutes 50 seconds West, a distance
of 66.78 feet to the Southerly flght-of-
way Ilne of Ryland Circle; thence run
north 19 degrees 27 minutes 17
seconds Eastaa s nsoldoNu 9rl h
to a point of a curve concave to the
South, having a rodlus of 47.08 feet;
tchu eeorT rca sn ecoP2c4. fsaid
through a central angle of 29
degrees 57 minutes 45 seconds
(chord bearing and distance of
South 85 degrees 33 minutes 51
seconds East, 24.34 feet); to appoint
on a curve concave to the North,
having a radius of 199.36 feet;
tchue earr roa s n ecoP6c2, fsea
. through a central angle of 18
degrees 09 minutes 51 seconds
chord bearl g and d an


S ) 7 9 t 51
seconds East, 63.20 feet); thence
nnueS 8 grsouth r ht-to
498 Se nds East ao stan of 37.


on ners, managers and ncyQrpe wherever and given $50 aty
'The L nited States of America S100 for them. Now this
is a place of second chances should be done on three or four
and we should all be willing to different days so that we can
give others that second chance. get most of the guns off the
There may even be some type streets, but for those that
Ot' tax credit that can be given choose not to turn their guns m
to those businesses that assist we should pumsh to the full
in this effort. If not a federal or extent of the law. No plea deals
state credit. maybe a local tax and no questions asked, with a
credit. One thing for sure is speedy trial. Law enforcement
that we hale to do something to should hit the bars and clubs
give individuals a glimmer of and use metal detectors on
hope for the future. Because everyone that leaves. Then
Olice we give up on our citizens after they leave you should
and youth, our citizens and search in side area for guns that
youth will surely give up on us have been thrown away. We
and our society will be the need to have jump out boys that
worst for it. search for guns, not to harass
The last thing that I would people but to make a statement
like to see is a gun buy back that "Guns on our streets have
progrant. We need to do to go." I also think that we
something to get these guns off need to have more concealed
of the streets. We need to buy weapons classes for those that
euns back no questions asked, want to carry their guns legally.
individuals should be allowed Our local laws should be
to sell the guns back at a local tougher than those in New York
spot say Jerkins, Blalock Store City and the penalties should
front. Loughridge Park or be longer. We have to make a
fullcourtpressonthisviolence

n ot have :
All of these measures will


ney, power me dd he 1
to earn all honest living,
owners requesting the county children that have made a
colunlission abandon a portion mistake still a chance to
succeed in life and criminals a
Of the fight-Of-Way Of the said
give, chance to spend more time in
The county conunission in rison.e lOne thindo nt it
their wisdom with one
abstention voted unanimously to today, not tomorrow but today.
deny the petition. I guess this Because things are not getting
lata v group did not have enough better and it could be your child
mone or olitical ower. or mine that could be the next
7 0 1 ( Intilate
R iti l
vic im or .


se pec ve y
Louis C. Shaiv




Issuance, the description of the
property, and the names in which it
watass eNd are follows:
Yeecu ssuanceP etty Parcel No,
ROS721-000
Commence at the NW corner of
section 35, TAS, R7E. and run East
along the center line of Flosom Street,
Jersia E ntit"tol
n 2 I \ 15 f tginni
3d' 20" W. 95.0 fat, IUn N 00 21' 40" E.
150.0 foot, run 8 89 34' 20" E, 95,0 feet
to the point of beginning. (#39)
Subject to lostrictions recorded in
O.R. 166, pay 384-85, records of
Taylor, County, Florida.
Name in which assessed Carl M.
Powell
Said plopotty bolng in the County of
loyIt f cState faFlorldO. UnI s su


Henry Jay 111


according to law, the property
described is such certificate shall be
c rt u ed rh dd Boe
t SC5Td9a ofl ra @9
Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of Circuit Court
Taylor County. Florldo
10/7, 10/14, 10/21, 10/28
PUBUC NOTICE OF SALE
H ny R It7ka at doridat32
announces a public sale of contents
of self storage units;
C7, Wonda Emett 1627 S. Byron
Butter Pkwy, RV 14, Perty, FL 32348
The contents bolng listed as
Household Goods,
Contents will be sold or disposed of
on or after November 4, 2009.
10/21. 10/28





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