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Language: English
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Publisher: Perry Newspapers, Inc.
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Place of Publication: Perry, Fla
Publication Date: February 10, 2010
Copyright Date: 2010
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LIBRARY OF FLORIDA HISTORY
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GAINESVILLE FL 32611-7007


Felirmiry 10, 2010 49th Year, No. 6
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Serving the Tree Capital of the South Since 1961


MWSFOPU.

Carseateducation
and give-away

TraT of- rkla PD partmentFio
Department and Taylor County
Health Department are
sponsoring a car seat education
and giveaway event Thursday,
Feb.11, from 2 to 4 p.m.
The event will be held in the K-
mart parking lot. Children must
be present; one seat per child will
be allowed'

Census Bureau holding
employee testing
80881008
The U.S. Census Bureau is
continuing its employee testing at
various locations in Taylor
County.
Available positions include
census takers enumeratorss),
crew leaders and crew leader
assistants, field operation
supervisors and recruiting
assistants with salaries up to
$14.75 per hour.
Testing is by appointment,
which can be made by calling the
Gainesville office toll free at 866-
86 01t0. Ite require in hal
valid identification and Social
Security card. Veterans are given
fnt iranddeed to bring a
Testing sessions for this week
include:

Capit al 1, 9 a.m., Forest
Feb. 11, 1:30 p.m., Perry-
Taylor County Chamber of
mm cell, 6 p.m., Jerkins

Feb. 13, 10 a.m., Perry
Hampton Inn;

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)-- Taylor County Veterage
Service Officer Joe Collins is
asking all veterans who served
aboard ship on the rivers and
deltas or off the.shores of Viet
Nam to contact him.
"Because of new guidelines
approved by the Veterans
Administration, those veterans
should contact me to see if they
E are eligible for benefits."
Collins can be contacts at 843-
0815 or 584-4596.

Scholarships available
Supervisor of Elections Dana
Southerland is currently

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presented through the Florida
State Association of Supervisors
of Elections.
Scholarships will be awarded
to students majoring in political
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The deadline.for applications
is March 19
For more Information, contact
Southerland's office at 838-3515.

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incident at Beach Bar.
"Scene investigation
revealed that two fire bombs
(Molotov cocktails) had been
utilized. The fire bombs were
constructed using glass bottles,
gasoline and a cloth wick. One
of the fire bombs had been
thrown under a vehicle in the
parking lot. The vehicle
belonged to an employee of the
business. The second fire bomb
struck the business on the front
exterior wall. Both fire bombs
were found to have broken with
the gasoline in each having
been ignited. There was no
visible damage to the vehicle;
however, scorch marks were
visible on the exterior wall,"
BFAI Capt. Joseph D.
Steadman said.
Upon reviewing surveillance
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A man banned from the
Beach Bar was charged with
arson late last week after
investigators linked him to two
Molotov cocktails that had
been thrown at the business
Oct. 1.
An arrest warrant was sworn
for Charles Ward, 53, of Perry,
last Thursday. Numerous
attempts by the Bureau of Fire
and Arson Investigations
(BFAI) and the Taylor County
.Sheriffs Office to locate the
suspect were unsuccessful.
However, Ward surrendered
himself at the Taylor County
Jail Monday, Feb. 8.
He was booked on one count
of arson to an occupied
structure and two counts of
possessing, manufacturing and
transporting fire bombs. He
was released on $25,000 bail.
The State Fire Marshal's
Office was contact Oct. 1 by


Superintendent of Schools Paul Dyal, left, with Hall


A Perry woman's blood
alcohol level was three times
the legal limit at the time of a
three-vehicle crash in
December that critically
injured another woman,
Gloria C. Morton, 59, was
charged with driving under the
influence (DUI) and two counts
of DUI with property damage
after police received the results
of a blood test taken at the time
of the crash and submitted to
the Florida Department of Law
Enforcement (FDLE).
The test results were returned
Jan. 27; at that time, Ptl. Bruce
Griffin issued the citations for
the DUI charges.


The crash happened on U.S.
Highway 98 West Dec. 11
around 4;20 p.m.
"Morfon was westbound on
Highway 98 at a high rate of
speed and hit the reared of a
truck driven by Tommie Jean
Corbin, 62. Corbin had slowed
or stopped to make a left turn
onto First Street. When Morton
hit the rear of the truck,. the
impact pushed the vehicle into
oncoming traffic where it then
crashed head-on into a van
driven by Doris Cone, 62,"
Griffin stated in his report.
Morton was still in the
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The family of the late Dona Everett accepted the Hall of Fame induction plaque on


location, will not have a
negative impact on
development.
"* Please see page 3


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dumping
Of animal
CamaSSOS
The county commission
is searching for ways to
combat the illegal
dumping of animal
carcasses along roadways
during hunting season.
While the problem
arises every season,
commissioners are
moving forward this year
to improve awareness of
existing laws as well as
increase penalties for
violators on the local level
and work with their
legislative delegation to
increase them on the state
level.
The board discussed the
issue during a workshop
held last month and
returned to it last week
Please see page 3


The Taylor County
Conunission is considering an
application for a state
acquisition grant--valued at up
to $5 million--and is currently
eyeing two possible properties
in Steinhatchee.
The board will hold two

a=.ace
which will be held during their
regular meeting on Tuesday,
Feb. 16.
According to County Grants
Coordinator Melody Cox, she
is recommending the county
pursue the former Ideal Marina
site in Steinhatchee with the
grant.
Commissioners approved the
site last year, but the Florida
Legislature canceled the
program's funding cycle due to
budget shortfalls.
"Grants staff again
recommends pursumg
acquisition of the site known as
Ideal Marina through the
Florida Communities Trust
grant program," Cox said in a
memorandum to
commissioners-
"Ideal Marina offers much
needed public access to the
Gulf and the Steinhatchee
River. Newly constructed boat
slips are located on site."
Cox added that the property
contains an archaeological site
with a Florida Master Site File
Number, which, due to its


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Family members congratulated Estic Rollings, center, on her induction into the
Educators' Hall of Fame. Left to right are Janice Garett, Betty Lee Hughes, Mary L.
Jackson, Michael Rollings, Estic and Williams Rollings.Sr., Betty Jean Hughes and
Lawrence Hughes.



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of food service secretary,
payroll clerk and payroll
technician,
In nominating Evans for the
honor, Judy McCracken
pointed to her "sense of humor,
dependability, dedication and
loyalty."
"She would go the extra mile
to60mplete every job task. She
is a very sincere and helpful
person. If anyone is in need--be
it a family member, co-worker,
friend or a complete
stranger--you will find June
somewhere close by."
"She was a stickler for doing
things right and careful about
the details," Dyal said.
"I love surprises and this has
been the most delightful
surprise of my life," Evans
said. "This has been an honor."
The late Dona Everett served
as business education instructor
at Taylor County High School
and Taylor Technical Institute
(TTI) during her 33 years in the
Taylor district.


"She worked not only during
the school year, but also
summers in the Business
Education Department at TTI.
She followed up on placements
of her students after they'd
entered the workplace year
after year, and made sure they
were each following a
successful career in the field of
business," said her son, Don
Everett Jr. and his wife Kathy,
in their nomination of Everett
to the Hall of Fame.
"Local business relied
heavily on her for local
placement of secretarial and
administrative assistant
positions. The local businesses
of Taylor County knew she
could be counted on to prepare
her students fully for the jobs
they would fill."
"She wanted her students to
succeed," Dyal said during the
ceremony. "She was there to
help them even after they
"* Please see page 3


By MARK VIOLA
Staff writer
Family, friends, co-workers
and former students joined
together Monday afternoon to
honor three women as they
were inducted into the Taylor
County School District
Educators' Hall of Fame.
The Class of 2010 consisted
of former teachers Estic
Rolling and the late Dona
Dixon Everett alon with non-
instructional inductee, June
Evans.
The reception was held in
school board meeting room at
the Alton H. Wentworth
Administrative Complex,
which was filled with more
than 80 people.
"This is the most honorable
and enjoyable event we
have," Superintendent Paul
Dyal said, welcoming those in
attendance.
June Evans worked in the
Taylor County School District
for 30 years, holding the titles


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District 2
217 Pineland
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Tallahassee, FL 32399 850-488-4441
U.S. Senator Mel Martinez
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Pensacola, FL 32502 850-433-2603
U.S. Senator Bill Nelson
111 North Adam St., Suite 208,
TallahasseeFL32301 850-942-8415
U.S. Representative Allen Boyd
1650 Summitt Lake Dr., Suite 103,
Tallahassee, FL 32317 850-561-3979


area continues to be grim, food
and water are slowly reaching
those in need. Distribution of
supplies and aid is challenging
due to physical, political and
language barriers.
If you wish to follow progress
of the F.I.S.H. (Feeding and
Instructing Souls in Haiti)
ongoingrecoveryprojectplease
go to www.haiti-earthquake-
relief.com.
Continued financial support


is needed; donations can be
mailed to: FISH Ministries, clo
Ross Cowen, P.O. Box 24598,
Jacksonville, FL 32241.
Your prayers and financial
support are greatly appreciated.
Please help as you are led.
Your generous support and
expressions of concern make
Perry a great place to live and
work.
Sincerely,
Clay Olson


Dear Editor:
I wanted to thank the local
business community and
residents for the generous
outpouring of financial and
moral support for the earthquake
victims in Haiti.
Buckeye, Andrews Drugs
and many others gave quick
financial support that was able
to be turned into quick aid on
the ground in Christianville. The
situation in the Port-au-Prince


feature a salad, bread, Chicken
Cordon Bleu, whipped potatoes,
vegetable, dessert, tea and
coffee.
The play will be presented by
"The Rat Pack."
Tickets are $20 per person for
the dinner and play, and can be
purchased now by contacting
Barbara Burns or Iris Parker,
584-8106.
Th8 h#ry Wonian's Club
appreciates the continuing
support of the community,
and hopes everyone will
consider this opportunity
for "An Evening Out" with
friends.
We hope to see you there'
June Byers'
Perry Woman's Club
President


Dear Editor:
The Perry Woman's Club
extends a cordial invitation
to the community for "An
Evening Out," dinner and


play on Saturday, Feb. 20,
at 6 p.m.
It is our privilege to offer
you a wonderful meal with
entertainment too. Dinner will


my computer, "What should I do with
my life?"
It produced a variety of
suggestions--40,000 to be exact.. Of
course, the first suggestions regarded
careers, but there were other Web sites
through which I could search for ways
to use my life. Even volunteer service
warencetiragede ab a e
How stunning.
So I was inspired and I asked my
computer, "What should I do when I'm
sad?"
It had some lovely suggestions,
including one which told of the benefits
of helping others to get the focus off
yourself. These suggestions came
from Web sites with clever names like
SilverLining, while others had more
medical derivations and were clearly
concerned with my health and well
being. None of the suggestions seemed
to take advantage of a person in the
throes of depression.
So I started feeling better about my
computer,
Then I crossed the line. I shouldn't
have, but I did. I just needed to know
how my computer would respond. .So
I asked this question, "How do you
divorce your computer and get a new
one?"
Clearly, this was unkind. I hurt my
computer's feelings and it ceased being
logical almost instantly. As.a part;mg
gesture, it did forward me to a couple
of Web sites which gave divorce party
instructions, and told of party favors for
such an occasion. I decided--then arid
there--that Ineeded to tiptoe back to the
Westminster Confession, and confess.
So I did. I confess that modern
technology is not devoid of God. What
if He's sitting at His computer right
now, updating His Facebook page to
show that He loves all people no matter
what they do to Him. He wants to be
your friend. He knows about those
pictures you've posted. Even so, He
loves you, but do Him a favor and take
those pictures off anyway. His favorite
colors could be all the ones he created,
and His favorite day? That first one
when He made heaven and earth. What
a glorious day that was.
We just think we're advanced. We
think we have mastered the world and
it is our toy. We think we are in charge
of our own destiny.
we are wrong.
Ask your computer.


I am not attached at the hip to my
computer.
A business associate once told me, "A
computer is a tool--a shovel, if you will.
I use it to work. That's all."
I know the rest of you need your
computer by your side on an airplane,
or in a car, or walking down the aisle to
say "I do." .<:.0
I, however, am happy to leave mine
at work, and barely give our home
computer a passing glance. .
But it did occur to me last week that,
for many people, the computer is their
lifeline, their first point of reference. It
is that entity to which they entrust their
finances, their personal reflections,
their careers, their human dalliances
and downward deviations. -
So I wondered: did my computer
grow up in a.Christian home?
I mean, after all, if you're going to
entrust your very soul to this chunk of
plastic and wires, shouldn't you know a
little bit about its background?
Iranafewtheologicalwordsthrough
"spell check" to see how the word
proceSSing program responded. It
didn't correct my capitalization of
God, which made me happy, and it
acknowledged Presbyterian and Baptist
as denominations. It capitalized those
as well.
Clearly, it's not totally depraved.
So I thought I'd trip my computer, but
doing so wasn't as easy as I expected. I
have to adulit it--and forgive the blatant
advertisement for.one particular search
engine--but "Google" is capable of
fielding even tough questions. I simply
typed in, What is the chief end of
man? *
I expected to get references on
Indian chiefs, or anatomical allusions
to the literal end of man, but instead,
I was immediately directed to the
Westminster Shorter Catechism which
boldly states that the chief end of man
istoglorifyGodandenjoyhimforever.
I was completely impressed.
I didn't grow up in a church which
insisted upon the memorization of this
particular catechism, but I'm attached
to one now. That my computer--and
its Google--knew how to answer this
question correctly was mind-boggling
in this day when everybody thumbs a
nose at all things Christian.
It didn't even blink.
That encouraged me to get to know
my computer even better. So I asked


Dear Editor:
A friend who I have known
for years and grew up with
here in Perry recently was in
the hospital with a stroke. Her
mother, who I have personally
never met and my friend states
has not seen in years, comes to
town and demands to speak to


my friend regarding her hospital
stay.
My friend told her that she
was just released the day before
from the hospital and did not
feel well enough to discuss
this with her. She asked if she
would please wait until she felt
better. My friend then tells me


her mother and so-called church
members of my friend began
to scream.at her and call her
names, some I will not repeat.
My friend then states her
mother took her hospital papers
from her hands physically and
she would not return them.
Her mother and those church
members she has known for
years didn't even visit her while
sihe was in the hospital for three
aCy friend needed her hospital
papers for her lawyer and for her
doctor to be able to prescribe
the accurate meds to her that
work with her cancer meds
smee she was just released from
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital
on Jan. 27. She is on breast
cancer meds and has been for
years. Where has this mother
been this whole time while she
has fought this cancer?
The law has been called for
my friend to get her hospital
papers. She desperately needed
them and her mother refused to
give them to her.
Seriously, I appeal to the
community of Perry that you
pray to our Father in heaven.
This should not have been so
stressful or hard. My friend is
entitled to her hospital records
and I am personally glad my
friend is still alive.
Deeply Concerned Friend,
Licia Dawn Durham


Wednesday, February 10, 2010


123 S. Jefferson Streel


P.O. Box 888


City of Perry
Mayor
Emily
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District 3
403 N. Quincy St.
850-584-9273


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Continued from page 1
graduated."
Don Everett and his brother
Doug Everett were present to
accept the honor on their
mother's behalf.
"Thank you on behalf of our
mother," Doug Everett said.
"As you know, we lost her in
October, but she continues to
touch our lives."
Rolling was a teacher for
four decades with 39 of those
years spent in the Taylor
County school system.
"As an educator, her primary
objective was to maximize the
full potential of children and
teach them how to become


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legS broken
BLOOD ALCOHOL
COntinued from page 1
driver's seat of her 1993 Jeep
SUV when Griffin made
contact with her at the scene.
"I could smell a strong odor
of alcohol about her breath. I
asked Ms. Morton what
happened and she could not tell
me," Griffin said.
Griffin then attempted to
make contact with Corbin, but
was unable to do so as she was
pinned under the dash of her
truck.
Fire/rescue crews had to cut
Corbin from the vehicle and
she was later airlifted
to Tallahassee Memorial

ad on an ryaH tof r h

according to the incident
report.
The driver of the third
vehicle--the van--was not
injured. However one of her
passengers received a large cut
to her head and face.
Morton sustained non-
incapacitating injuries in the
crash.


MOLOTOV COCKTAILS
Continued from page 1
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ILLEGAL DUMPING
Continued from page l
when they voted unanimously
to have County Attorney
Conrad Bishop draft an
ordinance on the subject.
Much of the ordinance will
be based upon five points
presented at the workshop by
Commissioner Rudolph Parker.
Parker's suggested points
were:
Have Florida Wildlife
Commission advise hunters
that disposal of animal remains
on state or county roads is
unlawful, and state the penalty
for the violation.
.Jgclude, a flypt advising
hunters of the penalty for
improper disposal of carcasses
each time a hunting license is


IDEAL MARINA
-
COntInued from page 1
"The Office of Greenways
and Trails has endorsed the site
for a canoe and kayak trailhead
for the Big Bend Saltwater
Paddling Trail and the Florida
Circumnavigational Trail,"
Cox said.
The site is 5.2 acres and "can
be used immediately by the
public for outdoor recreation,"
she added.
The site, however, faces a
major issue which cduld
'
preclude the county from
seeking a grant for its
acquisition.
According to County
Administrator Jack Brown, the

oep sure.is currently in
Cox told commissioners that
the FCT program requires any
property proposed for the grant
to have a clean title. Both she
and Brown endorsed the
property as the best candidate
for the grant, but conceded that
if the foreclosure issue is not
settled before the application
deadline, the county will be
forced to look elsewhere.
Currently, the most likely
option would then be the
"Woods" property, also in
Steinhatchee, .
The site known as 'WoodS
in Stemhatchee IS
approximately 75 acres," COX


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independent thinkers, lifelong
learners and productive citizens
of Taylor County and
America," said Izell
Montgomery Jr., who
nominated her for the Hall of
Fame.
"She believed in excellence,
and excellence is what she gave
to every student in every
classroom. All of her class
assignments, projects, activities
and her lesson plans
exemplified diversity,
individualism, inclusion,
extraordinary challenges,
motivational strategies and
learning techniques."
Commenting on Rollings' 39
years in the Taylor school
district, Dyal said, "Just think


of the number of children
who went through her
classroom."
"I thank God for all of you,"
Rolling said. "I would like to
thank all of you for giving me a
chance to help shape the lives
of children. Thank you to the
nominating committee. I am
honored. During my 39 years
here in Taylor County, my
educational experiences were
challenging but very
exhilarating."
Speaking to all of the
inductees, Dyal said, "Thank
you for what you've meant to
countless students in Taylor
County."
At that point, the ceremony
was opened to anyone who
wished to add a testimonial.

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Estic Rollings' husband, said.
"I thank the good Lord for
these two young men for being
here in the absence of their
motherandforthesetwoyoung
ladies."
"They're three remarkable
employees of the Taylor
County school system," Glenda
Hamby said. "It's hard to find
three more dedicated people.
You represent our children and
Our community so well."


Happy 100th Birthday!
What's the secret for living to be 100 years old?
Curtis Whitfield would tell you it's "to always live a
clean life, and to honor your mother and your father."
Whitfield will celebrate a century of living Saturday,
Feb. 13. A reception will be held in his honor at
Marshall Rehabilitation facility from 1:30-4 p.m.
All friends and relatives are invited to share in this
special occasion. A more detailed account of
Whitf field's life will be featured in Friday's Perr y
Ne ws Heral d.


second fire bomb underneath
thevehicle."
Follow-up investigation lead
to Ward's identification as the
driver of the truck.
"It was discovered that Ward
had been previously banned
from entering the business and
had threatened to burn it at that
time," Steadman said.


sold in the county.

the kti gac thlo r
hunting season meeting with
club members (or contact each
member directly by mail, e-
mail, etc.) asking them to
respect the feelings of the
public in regard to the
despicable act of disposing
animal remains on county
roads or near homes, and
remind them of the $500 fine.
Ask the newspaper before
the beginning to hunting season
to write an editorial or in other
means warn hunters about
improper disposal.
Post signs at strategic
places in the: equaty asking
hunters to livelid litteritig the
road sides with animal
carcasses and other litter.


Remind them of the penalty if
caught and navicted.is also

expected to include a provision
authorizing a $1,000 reward
leading to the arrest and
conviction of someone guilty
of the illegal dumping of
carcasses on county right-of-
ways, water bodies or water
ways.
Although the commission
does not have authonty over
state .hunting licenses, the
board is considering writing
Senator Charlie Dean and
Representative Leonard
Bembry to request that anyone
convicted of illegally dumping
animal remains as defined by
stattite will forfeit their hunting
and fishing license for a period
of five years.


awarded a FCT grant for the
acquisition of Steinhatchee
Fish Market, but
commissioners were forced to
return the grant after the
owners did not accept the
program's offer for the
property.
In addition to the two sites
under consideration,
commissioners will also take
public comment about other
potential sites during their
public hearing on Tuesday,
which is set to begin at 6:20
p.m.
The second public hearing
will be held March 1, at 6:10
p.m. Both hearings will be held
at the Courthouse Annex on
Green Street.


said. "The county has been
considering the site for several
years to serve as a large public
marina and boat launch facility.
The proposed design of the
facility is complete as well as a
wetland mitigation plan, and
flushing model studies for the
canal basin."
County officials have been
pursuing a public/private
partnership to site a boat ramp
west of the former Gulf Breeze
Marina on a parcel of land at
Fifth Avenue North and Sixth
Street West.
The county acquired the 45.2
acre Keaton Beach Coastal
Park through funding
assistance by FCT in December
2008. The county was also


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Many of us realize we would
benefit from an improved diet,
but it's really easy to put off
changing to a healthier
lifestyle. Ruth Cuzzort,
registered dietitian for Doctors'
Memorial Hospital, has heard a
few excuses in her day and
shares some of the more
popular ones (with alternatives
to consider):
*Diet food just doesn't taste
good. Just use "regular" food,
not "diet" food. It is not
necessary to purchase special
food if you practice moderation
and proper portion control.
I just don't have the
willpower. Diets never work
for me. You can't look at
healthful eating as a "diet" that
is short term. It is a change in
lifestyle, forever. If you slip
up, you haven't fallen off the
wagon, you are just living your
life. Remember, you will have
some good nutritional days and
some days that could use
improvement. All that you can
do is keep trying to eat healthy
foods every day. Over time,
your taste will literally change.
*Diet food is expensive. The
key to eating healthfully on a
budget is creativity. Try
stretching food so that the same

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look at serving sizes before
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be expensive, but you could
mix it into yogurt or oatmeal
use it in stir-fry, or pair it with
cheaper fruits for a fruit salad '
*I am not a good enough
cook. To improve your diet'
purchase a basic low-fat
cookbook and equipment. You
will quickly get the hang of
putting together basic healthy


meals. If cooking is really
difficult for you, the grocery
store is full of prepared items
that can fit into your new plan.
The holiday (special
event, etc.) is coming up. I'll
start dieting once it's over. If
you are waiting for the perfect
time to make a major lifestyle
change, it is not going to
happen. The perfect time will
never occur, because a special


event or a stressful situation
will always be just around the
corner. The best thing you can
do for yourself is to just start
and deal with the tough
situations as they arise. Fear of
the future is what stops most
people from making positive
changes in their lives.
I will need to prepare
separate food for my family.
Don't prepare two different


meals. Healthy eating is
something the family should do
together.
I get so confused. Much
of the information about
dieting is contradictory.
Nutrition is a science and new
information becomes available
regularly. However, the basic
keys of a good diet remain the
same: variety, moderation and
balance.


Winners of the Chill Cook-Off included: (rmlf)Ser ai,1tpae


Alart Hill, Cacia Marie Dice


Team Evangel held its third annual Chili
Cook-OffonFridayFeb.5,intheWindowsCafe
of Doctors' Memorial Hospital, with all proceeds
going to the American Cancer Society.
Entries were dropped off at 10:30 a.m. for
judging by Sam Drawdy, Brandy Turner and
Kyle Wright. '
All winning entries were variations of beef
chili: third place, Leanne Karstedt, with a uni ue
recipe including mushrooms; second place,
Cameron Ricketson whose chili included
abundant tomatoes; and Sherry Davis, first place,


with four different beans included in the recipe.
"All were delicious and enjoyed by public," said Cheryl Gregory, publicity chair for
Relay For Life. "Lunch was served from 11:30
until 1:30 p.m. with your choice of chili, with
crackers, beverage and dessert, costing $5 per
person. At the end of the serving, votes for
Crowd Favorite were counted and Cameron
Ricketson took that nze too.
"Team Evangel thanks everyone who entered
the contest, all who came for lunch, the judges
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self-discipline, and effort. You had it all God gave me (Morit]'the
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The church also reminds
friends and members of its
oratorical program on Feb. 13
featuring speaking, coloring
and games at Jerkins Center.
MISSIOR 8HHiVersary
The Missionary Ministry will
celebrate its Mission
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Sunday, Feb 21,.at 3 p.m. at
Nevi Brooklyn Baptist Church.




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Donations accepted
The men of St. James Episcopal Church will
prepare a pancake supper on Shrove Tuesday'
Feb. 16, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the church.
Everyone in the community is welcome.
Donations will be received at the door
Order Angel Food Thursday
The deadline to order Angel Food is Thursday,
Feb. 18, at noon. You can place an order online at
www.pfcog.net or by calling Perry's First Church
of God at 584-7992.
Valentine's dinner planned
The youth of the Perry First Church of God


will host a Valentine's Dinner and Show Sunday,
Feb. 14, at 12:30 in the Fellowship Hall.
Dinner is $5 and includes ham, macaroni and
cheese or mashed potatoes, lima beans or green
beans, homemade desserts and a drink. The
youth will be also provide entertainment.
All proceeds will go towards upcoming youth
actdwries.call the church for tickets 584-7992.
You may dine in or carry out.
Gospel sing is Saturday
The Perry First Church of God on Highway
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Union Street Church of God
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Concert on Sunday, Feb. 14, at
7 p.m. featuring Evangelist
Ernest Setzler of Jacksonville
and Essential Praise of Perry.
Everyone is invited; there will
be door prizes and
refreshments
Friends Day
You are cordially invited to
attend Friends' Day at Christian
Tabernacle on Sunday, Feb. 14'
at 8 a.m. The church is located
at 435 St. Warner St. Chester
Demps and Carolyn Demps are
pastor and co-paston
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A three-night, three-pastor


revival is planned at Stewart
Memorial A.M.E. Church,
1113 W. Hampton Springs
Ave., Feb. 9-11 at 7 p.m.
Featured pastors include
Donald McBride and the New
Brooklyn Church Choir, Tony
O. Graham and the Antioch
Missionary Baptist Church
Choir, and Derrick Lamar
Smith and the Mt. Olive
Church Choir.
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denied," Taylor County Coach
Reggie Wentworth said.
Friday's victory set up
Saturday's contest against
Rickards, the third-ranked 3A
team in the state, for the district
title.
Rickards, as it has done to
teams throughout the season,
defeated Taylor County
74-38.
The Lady Bulldogs made a
game of it for a while, staying
within six points of Rickards
until late in the first half.
Wentworth said Rickards'
experience and athletic ability
thentookover.
"I was proud of our effort
even though we did not play
very well. There is a reason
Rickards is ranked number 3 in
the state. They are very good,"
Wentworth said.


The Taylor County High girls
basketball team battled its way
into the finals of the class 3A
district 2 tournament last week,
earning them a spot in the state
playoffs.
The Lady Bulldogs will now
travel to Pensacola Catholic this
Thursday (tipoff 6 p.m.) for a
region quarterfinal game.
Taylor County got into the
district final contest with a 52-
48 victory over Florida High on
Friday night.
Arneachia Stephens led
TCHS with 22 points followed
by Shakia Fitchett with 12.
Others scoring for the Lady
Bulldogs included Meechy
Edmond, Chelsee Tucker and
Angela White--all with 6 points
each.
"The girls played with great
intensity and would not be


The play of Caleb Rhodes'
Byron McCoy, Charlie Johnson'
Ryan Shaw, Morgan Pelt and
Ryan Ragans in the back and
midfield was enough to hold
off the very polished attack of
Arnold, according to Taylor
County Coach Rodney King.
Colby Murphy and
Villagomez were instrumental
in the mid-field creating
opportunities for both Ellis and
Crowley up top.
"The guys wanted it badly
and would not lay down for a
minute.Ittookacompletegame
from everyone to pull off the
win," King said.


The Taylor County High
txiys soccer team advanced
to the state regional semi-
finals following a thrilling 2-1
victory Thursday over Panama
City Arnold at Perry's Dorsett
Stadium.
The Bulldogs (13-5-3) were
slated to travel to Pensacola
on Tuesday to take on Catholic
(17-4), a 1-0 overtime winner
last Friday over East Gadsden,
A win on Tuesday would
bring the Bulldogs back home
for a Friday contest for the
regionaltitleagainstthewinner
of this week's Jacksonville-
Bolles versus Jacksonville-
Episcopal game. The windy
of Friday's match travels to the
final-four tournament to be held
at the University of Tampa.
In Thursday's win over
Arnold, the Bulldogs rallied
back from a 1-0 deficit at
halftime to gain the win.
.TheBulldogsstartedoutslow
but remained .solid on defense,
keeping them in the game.
Early in the first half, the
Arriold offense gave everyone
a scare as a ball was delivered
into the box and goalie Trey
Whiddon and an Arnold
striker went up for the ball.
'I'he ball was jarred loose and
then knocked toward the goal
by another Arnold forward.
Charlie Johnson tracked down
the Idose ball nearly over
the line and cleared it with a
tremendous volley.
: The Bulldogs had new life
but the Arnold team continued
a relentless attack and punched
one in off a free kick just outside
the box giving them a 1-0 lead
at half.
The Bulldogs came out for the
second half with a new attitude
and a determined approach.
Sergro Villagomez sent a mee
through ball to Chad Ellis as he
broke away one-on-one with the
goalie. Ellis was fouled hard by
the goalie setting up a penalty
kick in the box. Ty Crowley
drove the ball into the back of
the net to even the score at 1-1.
The Bulldogs then continued
the attack and again Villagomez
delivered a ball to Crowley in
which the senior calmly'dorked

someks)pa s ee iHng the
Taylor County held tough for
the.1ast 12 minutes and blocked
shot after shot from the Arnold
attackers. Bulldog goalie Trey
Whiddon recorded 12 blocked
shots on the night.


Ty Crowley (15) controls the ball as a Panama City


ofWednesday's (6 p.m.) play-in
game between #5 seed Madison
(11-13, 1-7) and #4 seed Florida
High (4-16, 2-6) on Friday at 6
p.m.
Friday's other matchup
includes #3 seed Taylor County
(3-5, 11-13) versus #2 seed East
Gadsden at 7:30 p.m.
The winners of Friday's
games will face off Saturday at
7 p.m. for the district title.


Taylor County High is
hosting the District 2, Class 3A
boys basketball tournament this
week with several top-notch
teams participating including
the state's number 2 team
Rickards.
Rickards, the top seed in the
tournament, comes in with a
perfect 22-0 record including an
8-0 mark in district play.
Rickards will play the winner


Chad Ellis (1 6) looks on as Ryan Ragans attempts a head shot during action last


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softball leagues will be getting
underway soon.
Both the 12-under and
10-under baseball leagues will

. ti Feb. 10 from 5:30
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Peery-Foley Airport is cultantly accepting :
applications for Ahport Advisory Board Members
until Monday, March 1, 2010, at 5 p.m.
TIRio positions are open which are three-year,
termS Which will expire in February 2013.
For an application please contact Bill Roberts,
airport manager, at 850-838-3553.
Applications must be submitted directly to airport manager.
Perry-Foley Airport is owned and operated by the Taylor
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will be made by the Board of Commissior rs at the
March 16, 2010, Board of Commissioners meeting.


Be proud of yourself, who
you are and where you came
from, but even more proud of
where you can go and what you
can become! Nobody can do it
for you. Do it for yourself
Can any good people come
out of Perry? You bet your
cornbread and collard greens
they can! Education is a must.
Start making good grades,
filling up schools instead of
filling up jails and correctional
institutions. You may be poor
and stay in the "ghetto," but
lose the "ghetto mentality."
Use your energies for thinking,
reading, creating and building
your own lives, instead of
doing what everybody else
does, just because it seems cool
and easy. The consequences
may cost a lifetime. Stop
following the crowd!.Instead of
being led, become a leader,
Drinking, partying and
drugging hasn't paid off for
most people, so why do you
keep thinking it will work for


Buckeye Cellulose in Perry as a
system development manager.
In 1976, he moved to
Jacksonville where he and his
family became members of Mt.
Calvary Baptist Church. He
was ordained as a deacon and
organized a street ministry.
He worked with Reynolds'
Smith & Hill, an engineering
and design company, and was
later employed at Allstate
Insurance Company where he
remained for 30 years. He is
married to the former Louise
Donaldson and they have two
children. Everyone is invited
to hear him Sunday at 3 p.m.
Other special guests will
include Essential Praise with
Sabrina Demps as director.


you? Ask the experts--the
people who made their lives
what they wanted them to be.
We have some of those
successful people in Perry. Let
them give you a hand-up!
Hill to speak Sunday
Rudolph T. Hill Sr. a Pe
native, will return home to ny
the speaker for the New Mt.
Zion Black History celebration
Sunday, Feb. 14, at 3 p.m.
Hill was educated in the
public schools of Taylor
County, attending Jerkins High
and later transferring to Taylor
County High where he
graduated in 1967. At age 17,
he became a member of cdTe
New Mt. Zion Baptist Chu .
After high school graduation,
he earned an AA degree from
North Florida Junior College in
ad fno 6t UHieer ity
WestinFI owiths aieB.S:
He was employed with


By SARAH HALL
"Tidbits"
So they may know...
We celebrate Black History
Month in February. We know
that there are great black people
among us--people who
struggled against the odds, who
persevered and achieved great
things. This is a time to make
people more aware that the
world was not built by one race
of people or its greatness
achieved because of a chosen
few. All races contributed.
Our children and our
children's children need to
know where they came from,
what can be done and how to
get there! They need to be
reminded that choices have to
be made, goals have to be set
and they have to make
sacrifices. Stay focused!
Others did it before you and it
can be done again. You cannot
make this journey without
putting God first in your life.
You need to know these truths.


Perry; one half brother, Henry
Nix of Perry; one half sister,
Ruby Nix of Tampa; 14
grandchildren; 16 great
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
Monday, Feb. 8, a 11 a.m. at
Beggs Funeral Home.
Interment followed at Pisgah
Cemetery. Family members
received friends Sunday, from
5 to 8 p.m. at Beggs Funeral
Home which was in charge of
arrangements.


Leon Timothy
BTORSOH
Leon Timothy Bronson, 58, a
longtime resident of
Steinhatchbe, died Feb. 7, 2010
in Chiefland-
Mr. Bronson was born Jan.
22, 1952, in Miami to Robe
Leon Bronson and Dorothy
Jane Bowman Bronson. He was
a member of the Steinhatchee
Church of Christ and worked
for Osceola County Board of
Co y Commissitmers as a


u a Isonown a
company, and owned and
operated Gobblers Bend
ou doors pn cu J in death bi

) his father.


had lived in Perry for 47 years
and was a member of the Truth
of Tabernacle Church.
Mr. Nix was preceded in
death by one dauglyter,
Kathleen Johnson, and one
granddaughter, Joni Marie
Willis.
Survivors include: his wife
of 58 years, Lois Debary Nix;
four daughters, Mary Willfi of
Perry, Becky Pelle of Lovelknd
Colo.; Julie Jolley of Ft.
Meade; Teresa Dorman of


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Bronson of St, Cloud; his
mother Dorothy Wood of
ied chSet itah h s
Nancy Bronson of
Steinhatchee, Beth Davis of
Tallahassee and Beverly
Jefferies of Missouri; three
grandchildren as well as
numerous nieces, nephews and
other relatives.
Funeral services will be held
today, Feb. 10, at First Baptist
Church of Steinhatchee at 2
p.m. with burial to follow at
Wters Cemetery. Visitation will
be held two hours prior to the
Burns Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.

Early B. NiX
Early B. Nix, 79, died Feb. 5'
2010 in Perry.
An equipment operator for
Perry Lumber Company, he


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Other activities will include
Schedule of Events ----tours, a scavenger hunt,
a parade, boat show, arts and
crafts, a car show, games and
Fnday, Feb. 12 a fishing clinic geared toward
Fiddling Competition/Free Concert/ children. Mickey Abraham &
Jam Session at Community Center .......................6-9 p.m. His Fabulous Fiddlers will also
perform.
Saturday, Feb. 13 New this year is a "Lots of
Parade starts ..........................................................10 a.m. Spots" Redfish Contest and
a fiddling contest, with the
Opening Ceremonies .............................................di a.m. winner advancing to the state
River Tours ................................................. 11 a.m. 4 p.m. competition to be held in April
Camp Nemo (Kids' Fishing Camp) ........................1-3 p.m. at the Florida State Bluegrass
Sh 12 Festival. For more information,
Car and Boat ows ............................................ -5 p.m.
visit online at www.
Cook-off Tasting Begins .......................................... 12 p.m. SteinhatcheeRiverChamber.org.
Crab Races ............................................................1-3 p.m.
Duck Derby .......:....................................................... 3 p.m.
Awards ......................................................................4 p.m.
Lots-of-Spots Captains Meeting
at River Haven Marina ........................:.....................5 p.m.
Sauce Boss at Fiddler's Restaurant .........................7 p.m.
Sunday, Feb.14 -
Lots-of Spots Fishing Contest ..................................7 a.m.
Scavenger Hunt ...................................... 9:30 a.m. 1 p.m.
River Tours ................................................. 11 a.m. 4 p.m.
Camp Nemo .......................................................... 1-3 p.m.
CrabRace s ............................................................ 1 -3 p.m.
Duck Derby ............................................................... 3 p.m.
Lots-of-Spots "Spot Check" at
River Haven Marina ..................................................3 p.m. "Boss Crab" invites
Awards 4 .m. you to the Fiddler Crab
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B-1 TaCO Times February 10, 2010


ERICA
UTING


SCOTSOFAM


BOY


A Scout Is:


Trustworthy--A Scout tells
the truth. He keeps his
promises. Honesty is part
of his code of
conduct. People can
depend on him.
Loyal--A Scout is true
to his family, Scout
leaders, friends, school
and nation.
Helpful--A Scout is
concerned about other
people. He does things
willinglyforotherswithout
payorreward.
Friendly--A Scout is a
friend to all. He is a
brother to other Scouts.
He seeks to understand
others. He respects those
with ideas and customs
Other than his own.
courteous--A Scout is
polite to everyone
regardless of age or
position. He knows good
manners make it easier
for people to get along
together.
Kind--A Scout
understands there is
strength in being gentle.
He treats others as he
wants to be treated.
Obedient--A Scout
follows the rules of his
family, school, and troop.
He obeys the laws of his
community and country,
if he thinks these rules
andlawsareunfair,
he tries to have them
changed in an orderly
manner rather than
disobey them.
cheerful--A Scout looks
for the bright side of
things. He cheerfully
does tasks that come
his way. He tries to
make others happy.
Thrifty--A Scout works
to pay his way and to
help others. He saves for
unforeseen needs. He
protects and conserves
natural resources. He
carefully uses time
and property.
Brave--A Scout can
face danger even if
he is afraid. He has
the courage to stand
for what he thinks is right
even if others laugh at
or threaten him.
Clean--A Scout keeps
his body and mind fit
and clean. He goes
around with those who
believe in living by
these same ideals. He
helps keep his home
and community clean.
Reverent--A Scout is
reverent toward God. He
is faithful in his religious
duties. He respects the
beliefs of others.


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Helping others is a key tenet of the Scout Law. Here (in 2007), a Boy Scout helps
a Cub Scout in walking the "Monkey Bridge.',


Editor's Note: Boys Scouts of America marked its 100th anniversary
Monday, Feb. 8. A yearlong celebration of the milestone is planned
and Taylor County Scouts are joining the fun. We tip our hat to the
organization which teaches boys "respect, responsibility, loyalty and
leadership."


Right of passage: Cub Scouts shown "crossing over"
to Boy Scouts.

ScouT OATI-I
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ON MY HONOR I WILL DO MY
BEST TO 00. MY DUTY To Goo
AND MY COUNTRY AND TO
OBEY THE Sc our LAw; To
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HELP OTHER PEOPLE AT ALL
TIMES; TO KEEP MYSELF
PHYSICALLY STRONG,
MENTALLY AWAKE AND
M ORALLY STRAl GHT.'


,451A b sus fe$at9uriga mrl depicting 100 years of Boy Scout history toured the


:Scouts were honored guests during services at


Scouts praying to close a meeting.


Shown are winners from the 2010 Pinewood
Derby: (I to r) Matt Eckel, head pack master; Jordan
Niles, first place, speed division; Justin Eckel,
honorable mention for best car design; Garrett
Williams, first place trophy, most creative
category; Steve Wurgler, Webelos den leader;
Sabastian Schwender, third place, speed division;
C.J. Cobb, second place in the speed division and
honorable mention for most creative car design;
Bradley LaValle, first place, best car design and
honorable mention for most creative; Dylan Wilson,
honorable mention for best car design; and John Fish,
assistant pack master. For more on the annual event,
please see page A-5.


Scouts marching in the 2008 Florida Forest Kids Parade.


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VARBROUGH
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Your One Stop...One Shop Auto Care Center
Thank you Taylor County for your business
for over 60 years.
602 W. Hampton Springs Ave.
Store Hours: m *
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Daily & Monthly Rentals
Construction Sites
Parties Gatherings All Events


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Fax 850-838-1919


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* Insurance & Third
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* Senior Citizens Discount
* Greeting Cards
* Complete Grill &
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1707 S. Jefferson St.


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"PROVIDING PEACE IN DIFFICULT TIMES"

JOT T. BUFMS
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congratulationson
A J0B WELL D0NE.
I'm proud of the commitment and hard work you've put
into achieving your goals.
Boy Scout Troop 600 and Cub Pack 603


850-584-4149


1400 N. Johnson Stripling Rd.


Fax: 850-584-5927


Pineview Memorial
Gardens, Inc.
Perpetual Care Cemetery
1500 Johnson Stripling Road
Office: 530 E. Ash Street

BUTHS MOHHment
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530 East Ash Street
Perry, FlOrida 32347


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Taylor County Board of County
Commissioners
Seasonal part-time Concessions
Manager -$7.29 $9.00/hr.
Applications and job descriptions can
be obtained from
www.taylorcountygov.com Mobile
Career Lab at Perry K-Mart on
Tuesday, Wednesdays or Thursdays
9:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m. or Workforce
Position open until filled. Taylor County
Board of County Commissioners is an
EO, VP, DT, background check
employer.
12/30tfBCC
Drivers: Consistent High Miles Freight
for Teams or Solo's willing to Team.Top
Pay, Great Benefits & More! Werner
2Erte3rp3rises:1-888-567-3101
Part time sales person with showroom
work. Apply in person, no phone calls.
Badcock Home Furniture & More.
RN Unit Managgr 7 p.m.- 7 a.m
CNA's, full time 3-11 and 11-7
Apply in person at Madison Nursing
Center, 2481 W.US 90, Madison, FL,

3 hum t 85 9 3 26m67

Part-time Cashier, High School
Diploma/GED required. Must be
available Weekends/Holidays Tuesday
to Friday 2-4. Apply in person,
jobs@goodwillbigbendcom or fax to
850-576-0165. Location: 2054 S.
Jeffe St
2/3-


Handyman special 1 B, 2BR. 1302 2003 PT Cruiser, limited edition, Gator
Alvarez St., Perry. Good rental Blue, good clean condition, $4,800.
neighborhood, $5000.00 DN owner 838-3833.
finance or cash $22,000.00 (850) 584- 1/29-2/17
3536.
2/5-3/5 For sale: 1999 Olds Silhouette Premier
Van and 2003 Lincoln TC. Please only
Old trailer $10,000 in Tallahassee serious buyers. Call 584-8453 or 838
-
Close to college, work, etc. Also a lot 0478.
for sale. 850-578-2563 Angelica 2/10-2/12
2/10-2/12 .
PRICE REDUCTION Total -
refurbishment almost complete on
1775 sq. ft. 3BD/2BA DWMH on ol '83' Chevy motorhome runs goo
d
acre; many upgrades in place; has tile needs roof repair $1800 OBO 223
-

dthardwadDf orsR m I roaoces w 5 2/10
HVACunitnwe a pump5 00minu e TwodbeGrr Dh I rna p kin el
s

Beach Realty 850-578-2039, 407-620-4307.
www.beachrealtyfla.com 1/27-2/5
2/3-2/12
1995 33' fifth wheel Carri Lite, extended
REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE -5 slider out. $4,600 0.B.O. dail Tami a
MINUTES from Keaton Beach boat 371-2131
ramp; 1636 sq. ft. DWMH on 2.4 acres; 2/10-2/19
BA w I. R de FR


$115,500 new price $88,500 Call Part-time Cashier
Beach Realty 850-578-2039 High school diploma/GED required
www.beachrealtyfla.com Ability to follow instructions/attention to
2/3-2/12 dW nds/hMo ays. A ply ina s

Keaton Beach 1 acre +/- nice fenced Tuesday thru Friday 2. to 4, or a
lot with few tree's almost like new. Jobs@goodwillbigbend.com or fax t
Underskirted 2006, 2 bedroom double 850-576-0165. Location: 2054 S
wide mobile home with front and back Jefferson St., Perry, FL '
porch. Separate small wired storage 2/10-2/26
bldg., separate 576 +/- wiring and
plumbing finished. Unfinished inside instructional Coordinator of Crimin
a
bldg. Can be made into guest house, Justice wanted at North Florid
S ocked fishe d d r nea $ nO pT/ w nC d fo d tsa .FL. Se

phone #478-788-8383. 2/TO-2/19NFCC
1/29-2/10 Director of government Relationd kn
S al Pr cts
5+ acre lots for sale off Plantation Rd. Thp cipart-t e position serves as th
on Shady Oaks Lane, inside city limits. North Florida Community College'
Big oak tree's, road frontage. Owner liaison to the Florida Legislature an
financing available. Call 850-672-2p26 works closely with the President t
1/15-2/10 develop NFCC's annual legislativ
agenda. Qualifications: Advance
For sale 3/2 mobile on 15 5 MOL es, degree preferred clus tedript Worilla
needs some work.$82,800; 3/1 all knowledge of Flouda Legislatur
house on 1 ac. $52,800; 2/1 Family procedure. For more details see ou
room, 1 car garage $83,900. Call for website at www.nfec.edu.
appointment.No rent to own.223-3369. 2/10-2/19NFCC
1/15-2/10
Bill Blue's? Let AVON pay your way t
Lot for sale Leisure Retreats. Owner freedom! Call Shirl at 850-948-4162.
financing with $3,000 down payment. 1/20-2/26
Has power pole and well. Nice corner
lot. Price $29,900 Home phone 850- TR E PI L
578-2047 or cell 850-838-6386. n . "
1/27-2/5
y ""
For3s e:q4u? 58 Mobiliei rneD ith
fireplace, large kitchen, deck. Close to
P 14. $63,900. Call Becky at 850-584- AIR DUCT CLEANING
1/27tf PR M01.0 REMOVAL
,w "
hforhsalheR2d21a o irI)e en c. .
Rd.1 acre lots with paved roads.Owner El.,r..r.cal c.,,
financing available. Please call (386)
658-1346 or (850) 584-7466. 584-CLEAN
tfEF
(584-2532)
REDUCED PRICE from $97,500 to
$83,000. Newly remodeled 4 bd/2 ba Heavy truck and trailer technician. Mus
th t rk have own tools, strong diagnostic skill
edcompurer rooe t coacrapt d wn required. Clean driving record an
town area. Behind Wachovia Bank.409 a6cPk mund check 223-1106.
W. Ba St. 838-6077 or 584-2270.
11/18tfJM


dDe I es rPMondCla i dp.m. faod
the TacoTimes and Wednesday by 5
p.m.for the Perry News-Herald



Yard sale 7 a.m. ? Friday and
Saturday, Feb.12 and 13. Across from
Walmart 10% off all proceeds wlil go to
CAncer survivors.
2/10-2/12
Kids Kaboodle Gently used baby and
kids clothes, furniture, accessories,

a sig e tn a r bAbcy t s
Relocation Sale 30% off all clothes.
New location 121 E. Green St. (Corner
id iGt TeTRoNor)thOWas gtdoan-
Saturday910 a.m.- 5 p.m.843-5324.
-
PUBLIC AUCTION
Trucks, Vehicles, Tractors, Misc Tools


6A n nR & uto

Just ar v ag ent

(s II-2X). P atal vit H
prmanancy & r -nlation t tinsteeth
tabs, Children/infant/women's vitamins,
Fashion Jewelry, Nutrition products .
Weight loss patches & gum, stop
smoking patches, collectibles,
motorcycle patches Belvah
/tot I t aft
f r arr g ta pain j t ous
Mini Shoppes.105 E. Ellis St. Monday-
Friday 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 .m. Saturd
8:30 a.m.to 2:00 p.m.58p4-8800. ay,
2/10-2/12


Boston terror puppies for sale. Three
males, have both parents on premises.
Will be ready in time for Valentines day.
Already had 1st round of shots. Please
call between 3:30 p.m. and 9:00 p.m.
850-223-3012. $250
2/5-2/24
Rott-mix 6 months old. Small to
medium puppies. Must see to believe,
Perfect companions. AII shots by vet.
$100. 584-3116 or 578-2164.
2/5-2/24
Valentines Day Special Reg. Rat Terrior
puppies 2 females, 1 male available.
Born Nov. 11, 2009 $150 each, view
pictures at
ttps:1//im3a event.com/jenaratpack


Blue and gold McCaw 4 yrs. old with
4x3x5 cage and stand $1500 080;
Also a Daschound CKC Silverdapple, 1
year with shots $250 OBO.223-3471 or
850-672-9737
2/5-3/17



Hunting Camp Special! 2003 14x40 1
BD/1 BA priced to sell. $15,900 Call
Becky at 850-584-7094.
12/30tfPR
Prestige Home Centers has EZ
Financing available Call for your free
credit check today! Open Sunciays 12
to 5. 7-800-477-2492 or 352-493-2492.
Used & repo mobile homes. Prestige
Home Centers Chiefland, Open on
Sunday 12 to 5.800-477-2492 or 352-
493-2492
11/25PH


TREE CAPITAL
CLEANING
UPHOLSTERY
& CARPET CLEANING
Dries in 3-4 hours
4, 4
~ Tile Floors ~ .
~ Pet Odors ~
,
584-CLEAN
(584-2532)


,
85' Blazer small block chevy 1 ton
front, rear 4-speed 35 ground hogs
$1,000 OBO. Call Greg at 371-4526 or
584-7884.
2/5tf
,
79 CJ-7 Jeep Soft top $1500 firm.
Panther Aluminum airboat hull and
figging $2500 352-215-3816
2/5-2/17


We Buy
Gold, Silver
SilVOf OinS
Old Paper Money
Don't sell your
Old Jeweiry
---. at a yetd.gglel
.198fit]1tW$buth Housdfor
TOP DOLLAR!!


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RECEPTIONIST / ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
NEEDED

FULL TIME POSITION AVAILABLE.
We are looking for someone who can multi-task.
Busy 5-line phone system excellent phone & customer service skills are necessary,
computer / typing skills required. Minimum of 5 years experience.
Compensation based on experience.

PAID VACATION. PAID SICK LEAVE. WE HAVE A DRUG FREE WORK PLACE AND
ARE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. APPLY IN PERSON.


WARILOIL,& SUPPLY CO., INC .
2715 S. BYRON BUTLER PARKWAY PERRY, FL32348


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3350Rne2e ke oup

SM811 allS... 838-7276.
...BIG DEAl.S!!! 10- 19


Chad Dees Lawn Care. All work dode
I ud a -1 r3t! L ensed
1/15-7/15
A to Z Farm and Lawn Service
Land clearing, tree trimming/ removal,
dump truck service, harrowing, bush
hog mowing, rake work, dirt leveling
a COmplete lawn service. Call 584-
9/25tinAZ

Buddy's handyman services we do all
types of home repairs. Pressure
washing, yard maintenance, tree
trimming, hauling and anything you
need done. Call 223-2342 or 843-0742
2/5-3/3
John Sesock's
Tree Service/Stump Grinding
*Tree Trimming/Bucket Truck
*Free Estimates
*Licensed & Insured Tree Expert
Also, Bobcat Wo rk Done
Root Rake, Grabbler, Front End
Loader for Excavation/ Cleanup, (850)-
584-2027 (H)
(850)591-8301 (C)
See ad in phone book page 110.
2/3-2/26
JM Handyman Home Repairs, LLC
Pressure washing, painting, concrete,
wood decks, Ceramic tile, laminate

2 0 eaaka iMs 8H600


Ni eh lepa i h your hon k, ting,
barn work or other odd jobs. Honest,
hard-workin 25- ear-old Christian
young lady seeking employment.1f you
need it done and need help doing it,
call Sabrina at 850-672-9273.
instf

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I 850-838-1683
Computer Repair
Sales & Service
Our local computer shop serving
the Im Hend Area since 2001

I
131 .Je sonS Per Fla.


All applicants must pass a FDLE background screen
and drug screen to be considered for employment.
Call Nancy Jackson, RN, DON (850) 584-6334

Social Worker Position
Contact Joyce Denham, Administrator

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B-4 TaCO TimGS February 10, 2010


1st Floor Courthouse, 108 North
Jefferson Street, Sulte 102, or P.O. Box
620, Perry, Florldo 32348, to arrive no
later than 4:00 P.M., local flme, on
March 16, 2010. All Proposals MUST
have the respondent's name and
malling address clearly shown on the
outside of the envelope of package
when submitted. Proposals will be
opened and respondents
announced at 6:30 P.M. local time, or
as soon thereafter as practical, on
March 16, 2010, in the Taylor County
Administrative Complex, 201 East
Green Street, Perry, Florida 32347.
RFP information MUST be obtained
from the Clerk of Court, 1st. Floor
Courthouse, 108 North Jefferson
Street, suite 102, Perry, Florldo 32347,
(850) 838-3506, for a $50.00 non-
refundable fee payable to the Board
of County Commissioners. RFP
Information may be reviewed on-line
a t
http://www.taylorcountygov.com/b1
ds.htmi.
A mandatory Pre-Bld Conference wil
be held at 10:00 a.m. On Wednesday,
March 3, 2010, at the Admlnistrative
Complex located at 201 East Green
Street, Perry, Florlda 32347.
The County reserves the flght, in its
sole and absolute discretion, to reject


any or all Proposals, to cancel or
withdraw this solicitation at any time
and walve any Irregularities in the RFP
process. The County reserves the
right to award any contract to the
respondent which it deems to offer
the best overall service; therefore,
the County is not bound to award
any contracts) based on the lowest
quoted price. The County, In its sole
and absolute discretion, also reserves
the right to walve any minor defects
In the process and to accept the
proposal deemed to be in the
County's best interest. The County, in
its sole and absolute discretion, also
reserves the right to assign a local
business preference In a maximum
amount of five (5) percent of the
proposal price pursuant to Taylor
County ordinance No. 2003-12. No
faxed Proposals will be accepted.
Addltlonol Information may be
obtained from:
Engineering Divlsion
201 East Green street
Perry, FL 32347
(850) 838-3500
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS, Taylor County,
Florldo
2/10, 2/17


Suwannee River Economic CouncIl,
Inc. requires each contractor to be
properly licensed, carry general
Ilability insurance of of least
$1,000,000.00 POI (Pollution
Occurrence insurance) and Workers
Comp insurance (No Exemptions)
before bid opening,
Original bids for these units will be
due by 12:00 noon Friday, February
19, 2010, at Suwannee River
Economic Council, Inc., Outreach
Office, 1708 S. Byron Butler Parkway,
Ste. B, Perry, Florlda 32348. Please
mark envelope "Sealed BId for Name
of Homeowner". Bids to be opened
and awarded Fdday, February 19,
2010 at 12:30 p.m.
Suwonnee RIver Economic Council,
Inc. has the right to reject any and all
blds. The bids wllI be awarded on the
most cost effective basis.
1/27
in the Circuit Court of the Third
Judicial Circuit in and For Toylor
County, Florldo
Case No. 09-570-CA
Capital City Bank
Plaintiff,
vs.
Sandra Bogart and Unknown
Tenant(s),
Defendants. .
NOTICE 405F SALE URSUANT TO
Notice is given pursuant to a Final
Judgment of Foreclosure dated
January 25, 2010, in Case No. 09-570-
CA, of tbo Circuit court of the Third
Judicial Circuit lb and for Toylor
County, florldo, in which Capital City
Bank is the Plaintiff and Sandro
Bogart is the Defendant,- I wil-sell to
ahtehh he d dr hbidderforbcasit
Courthouse in Perry,. Taylor County,
Florldo of 11:00 0.m. on March 2,
2010, the property set forth In the Final
Judgment of Foreclosure and more
particularly described as follows:,..
Commencing at the point of
tersectits of thewS uth boundary
Southeast 1/4 of Section 6, Township 5
South, Range 8 East, with the
Northeasterly boundary Ilne of
Highway U.S. 19, thence running
Northwesterly along sold highway
boundary line 950 feet; thence
Northeasterly on some bearing

fe 'g Tecdero d Ipn 200
feet, thence Southwesterly pn right
angles to graded road boundary IIne
200 feet; thence Southeasterly olohg
graded road boundary line 200 feet
to the point cif beginning.
Any person claiming an interest in the
surplus from the sale. If any, other
dhan the peo eprtynowrermos of the
claim within sixty (60) days after the
sale.
Dated: Jan. 26, 2010
AnnieMaeMurphy
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: MortI Lee
d punNB B wden, Esq. .
Gardner, Blst, WIener, Wadsworth &
Bowden P.A.
1300 Thomoswood Ddve
Tallahassee, Florida 32308
2/10,2/17
in the Circuit Court of the Third
Judicial Circuit of the State of Florldo,
In and For Toylor County -*
Circuit Civll Case No.: 62-2009-CA-
000615 -
Wachovia Mortgage FSB, Successor
In Interest to Wachovia Mortgoge
corporation,
Plaintiff,
v.,
Adam Neol Ort; et al.,
Defendants.
NOTICE QF FORFCLOSURE SALE . .
NOTICE IS HEREBY.GIVEN.pursuant to
a Sumrriary- Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated January 22, 2010.
and entered in Case No, 62-2009-CA-
000615 of the Circuit Court for Toylor
*County, Florido, I will .sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash of
the front steps of Taylor County
Courthouse, 108 North Jefferson
street, Perry, FL 32348, at 11:00 0.rn.
on the 2nd day of March, 2010, the
following described property as set
forth in sold Summary ,Final
Judgment: .
Lot 4 Block "G" of Steinhatchee
Landing Resort 2004 Expansion as
recorded In Plat Book I page 195-A
thru 195-F of the Public Records in
Taylot County, Floridal Being more
particularly described as follows:
Commence at the Northwest corner
of Lot 14, Block 1 of Steinhatchee
Subdivision as recorded in Plat Book.1
Page 26, of the public records of
Taylor county, Florida; thence run
North 00 degrees 28 minutes 02
seconds East, a distance of 40.61 feet
to the Sputherly flght-of-way. IIne of
rnedePT ut s south 6
along said ri ht-of-way .lIne a
distance of 1.00 feet to a point of a
ingal nr d se r67= =
curve on orc distance of 33.39 feet,
through a central angle of 28
degrees 26 minutes 34 seconds*
(Chord bearing and distance of
south 80 degrees 30 minutes 47
seconds West, 33.05 fleet); thence
continue along said right-of-way the
North 85 degrees 15 minutes 56
seconds West, a distance of 27.35
feet to the Point of Beginning; thence
from said Point of Beginning continue
along the said right-of-way IIne North
esde d s: e fe6moneds
1900 Ing0sold ight-of00wornin es r
o shW rta ew j lo\
First Avenue; thence run South 89
degrees 51 minutes 09 seconds East
along sold North right-of-way line, a
distance of 59.76 feet, thence run
North 00 degrees 00 minutes 38
seconds East, a distance of 106.32
feet to the Point of Beginning.
Containing 0.15 acres more or less.
Together with all the improvements
now or hereafter erected on the
property, and all easements, rights,


opputtenances, etoales


property.
Any person claiming on interest Ih the
surplus from the sale, if any other than
the property owner as of the date of
Us Pendens must flie a cloIm within
sixty (60) days after the sale.
Witness my hand and the seol of this
court on Jan. 26. 2010.
in accordance with the Americon's
with Disabilities Act, persons with
disabilities needing a special
occommodotion to participate in this
proceeding should contact the
individual or agency sending notice
no later than seven days prior to the
proceeding. If hearing impaired,
(TDD) 1-800-955-8771, or Voice (V) 1-
800-955-8770, Via Florldo Relay
Service.
Annie Moe Murphy
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Marti Lee
Deputy Clerk
2/10, 2/17
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No: 2009-522 CP ; ,, .
IN RE: The Estate of
LASSIE LEE LOLLIS,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
L SIEdEEe hLLISbdeceased h e
Number: 2009-552-CP, is pendin in
thee Circuit Court for Taylor County.
Florldo, Probate Division, the address
of which is Post Office Box 620, PqRY
florida 32348. The names and
addresses of the Personal
Representative and. the Personal
Representatives attorney are set
forthbe E ESTEq PERSONS ARE
NOTIFIED THAT:
AII creditors of the dedederit and
other persons having claims of
demands against Decedentis estate
on whom a copy of this notice ha
been served, must file their claims
thdhisC HSWI T 1.AT
THE FIRST PUBLICATION 'OF THIS
NOTICE OR THRITY DAYS AFTER THE
QATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
AII other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against decedents estate
rnus fileTHt it cMo s in thijaco
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
TH$ EpTICE. -
ALL CLAIMS, DEMA DS (JOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED-
The date of the first publication of this
Notice is February 3, 1020.
Lori A. Maddox
Pe alcee rese ative
Perry, Florida 32348
John R. Weed
605 S. Jefferson Street .
PerryFlorldoa2347
(850) 223-1665
FBN: 121530
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CaseNo,10-061-CP
in Re: The Estate of:
INA RAE JACKSON,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
INA RAE JACKSON, deceased, whose
date of death was December 21,
2009; File Number 2010-061-CP is
pending in the CircuIt COUlt for Taylor
County, Florida, Probote Division, the
address of which is Post Office Box
620, Perry, Florldo 32348. The names
and addresses of the co-personal
representatives and the .cp-personal
representatives attorney are set forth
below. .
AII credifqis of the decedent and
other, nperspaq having dolms .or
demands against decedents estate,
on whom a copy of this notice has
been served, must flie 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.
An other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having ofalms or
demands against decedents estate
must flie their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FitED )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: FEBRUARY 3, 2010.,
SMITH & SMITH <
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, P.A.
MICHAEL S. SMITH
Attorney for Personal Representative
Florldo Bar No. 169621
P.O. Drawer 579
Perry, Florida 32348
Telephone: (850) 584-3812
Fax: (850) 584-7148
EARL BRADLEY JACKSON
Co-Personal Representatlve
229 Londry Road
Perry, FL 32348
CARLA RENE YOUNG
Co-Personal Representative
P.O. Box 1905
Perry, FL 32348
10/03, 10/10
INVITATION TO BID
The Taylor County Board of county
Commissioners is soliciting sealed
proposals for construction of the
Carlton Roll-Off Site improvements,
Qualified firms or individuals desiring
to provide the required products or
services must submit five (5)
packages in a sealed envelope or
similar package marked "Sealed
Proposal for Canton Roll-Off Site
,improvements" to the Clerk of Court,


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(190 ,*ttri ofu lot


Iri The Circuit court of the Third
J dicial Circuit in and For Toylor
County. Flori do
2-2008-CA-000926
DI seo .
PHH M ft Cor oration
Plaintiff gage 0 ,
dol n J. Sadlei, et al,
D f dont
NOTICE (s). IS RESCHEDULED
FORECLOSURE SALE
nt t
N e Iseh u o ure Sde
dated Janua 28, 2010 and entered
In C No.62 2008-CA-000926 of the
Circa Court of the Third Judicial
Circuit in and for TAYLOR County.
Florido h ein PHH Mort
C of o er Is the Plaintiff ad
Gorp of n Sadler; Glenn D. Sadler
AKwA Glenn Dorius Sadler; are the
:D ebdT dd fsellcto the hl2eN
Jefferson Street on the front steps of
the Toylor county courthouse at
11:00 a.m., on the S day of March,
2010, the follow g n desdcrip
property as se so
od{me e at the Southeast corner
of the Northeast of the Southwest of
section 7, Township 4 south, range 4
peast, thence run .North 90.5 feet,
he gl nnwet ceet n east 5
eet, thence run North 70 feet.
(thence run east 68.5 feet, thence run
South 70 feet back to the point of
$beginning. Also: commencing at the,
SNorthwest Corner of the Southeast of
She Southeast of Section 19, Township
south range 8 east, Toylor County,
Florldofor e8ol e rbes 8n
02 seconds East, Along the forty acre
Ilne, 202.41 feet to the Westerly right
of way of state Road No. 361. Thence
run South 10 degrees 52 minutes 44
seconds west, along the westerly
right of way of state road no. 361.
Thence n South 10 de reest52
me y righ of ay o te r 3 Noe
361,212.39 feet; Thence North 89
degrees 48 minutes 02 seconds West,
212.39 feet; thence North 10 degrees
52 minutes 44 seconds East, 212.39
feet to the Forty Acre line; thence
Run South 89 degrees 48 minutes 02
secon Eas alonk tsaid Forty acre

beginning. Together with a mobile
home located thereon as a fixture
and appurtenance theretogether
with a mobile home located thereon .
as a fixture and appurtenance
thereto vin#GAFL2AD25341536 AND -
GAFL2BD25341536
A 6765 Beach Road, Perry FL

Any person dolming on interest in the
surplus from the sole, if any, other
than the property owner as of the
date of the LIs Pendens must file a
claim within sixty (60) days after the
sale.
Witness my hand and2 e seal of this
A le oe U h
Clerk of the Circultbourt
By: Marti Lee
Deputy Clerk
2/10
In the circuit court of the Third
Judicial Circuit in and For Toylor
County, Florida
Case No. 62-2009-CA-000526
Citimortgage, Inc.
Plolntiff.
vs.
Linda S. Ottesen; Paul K. Ottesen any
and all unknown parties claiming by,
through, under, and against the
herein named individual
defendants) who are not known to
-be dead cit div whether Tald
unknown portles may claim an
. 10terest as spouses, heIts, devisees,
grantees, orotherCtolmonts
Defendant(sy' --
Notice of Sale
Notice is hereby given pursuant to an
Order of Final Summary Judgment of
Foreclosure dated January 25, 2010,
entered in Civil Case No. 62-2009-CA.
000526 of the circuit Court will sen to
the highest bidder for cash on March
2. 2010 at 11 a.m. at the West door of
the Toylor County Courthouse, 108
North Jefferson Street, Perry, Florldo
32347 relative to the following
described property as set forth in the
Final Judgment, to wit:
Commencing at the Northwest
Corner of the SW 1/4 of the NW 1/4 of
the NE 1/4 of Section 19, township 4
south, range 8 East, thence run South
208.8 feet; thence run East 40 feet for
a point of Beginning, thence run
South 427 feet, thence run West 160
feet to the Point of Beginning,
Together with the Moblie Home
located Thereon.
Any person claiming an interest in the
5 plushfro otphee n to y, otthh
date of the Lis Pendens must file a
claim within 60 days ofter the sale.
ohn n I e
be used for that purpose.
if you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in
order to participate In this
proceeding, you are entitled, at no
cost to you, to the provision of certain
assistance. Please contact the Court
Administrator at 850-838-3506. If you
ore hearing or voice impaIred, call
Florida Relay Service 800-955-8770.
Dated at Perry, Florldo this 26th day
of January, 2010
I heCircuitCourt
To or2 lo7unty, Florldo

PUBLIC NOTICE
This is to inform you that Taylor county
win hold a pre-bld conference and
walk-thru for the weatherizatlon work
of six (6) single-family dwellings in the
Toylor County Weatherization
program.
This meeting will be held Tuesday,
February 16, 2010 beginning at 8:00
o.m. of Suwonnee River Economic
Council, Inc. Outreach Office, 1708 S.
Byron Butler Pkwy, Ste. 8, Perry, Florida
32348


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Watch for'Low Flying

Planes on March 5
Popular area groups Low Flying Planes, the Sarah Mac Ban
and Del Suggs will come together for a concert March 5 to benefit
Big Bend Hospice.
The concert will run from 8-11 p.m. at the American Legiod
Hall in Tallahassee. Single tickets are $25 or $40 per couple;
Randy Hock, band member of Low Flying Planes, is spearheading
this event in an effort to give back to Big Bend Hospice.
"Hospice care came into our lives five years ago when my
mother-in-law, Jerry Lee Krause, was diagnosed with COPD, A
terminal lung disease," he said.
"Every day someone from Hospice assisted Jerry and made her
life and ours more manageable. It seems like everyone I talk to hai
been touched by the caring people at Hospice. They became like
family to us. It wasn't just that they cared; they were experts in
every way--medically, emotionally, spiritually, or just being 4
companion. Hospice was there for our family for so long, that I felt
I needed to give back and help Hospice share the journey with
other families."
Hock added that he hopes the concert will become an annual
event to support patient care.
The Legion hall is located at 229 Lake Ella 1)rive. For more
information, call Laura Glenn at Big Bend Hospice at (850) 701-
1341 or .
Tickets are available at Big Bend Hospices or online at
www.lowflyingplanes.com/bbh.


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double elimination race with
each car racing until it is
defeated twice. All Scouts
involved in the race get a
medal, which th wear on
their uniform.
Participants included:
Dennis Vanderhulst, Caden
Adkinson, Chase C61son,
Treyton Kirk, Brandin
Thurman, Kevin Eckel, Dan
Wurgler, William Albritton,
Aiden Duttaway, Keegan Ingle,
Jacob Wilson, Henry Blue,
Matthew Webber, Adam
Webber, Austin Waters, .Evan
Richardson, Dylan LAgo,
Mitchell W'orthy, Casen
Bennett, Addisapp., 4 iI
Nathan Lundy, Brandon Young,
Zach Young and Gage
Madison:


Cub Scout Pack 603's annual
Pinewood Derby Race v as
held Thursday, Jan. 14, at First
Presbyterian Church on
Plantation Road.
Participating Scouts receive
a derby race car kit containing a
block of pinewood, four nails
for the axles and four tires.
Each Scout is required to take
this block of wood and design a
car and build it with the help of
a parent or adult partner. They
cut, shape, whittle and paint
their cars creating a unique
Pinewood Derby race car.
All models must meet certain
requirements in order to qualify
for the race, such as length,
height and the weight can be
no more than five ounces. Prior
to the race, the cars are


weighed and requirements
must be met. The boys are
given a few minutes before the
race if they have to tweak their
cars by adding weight or
drilling holes in the bottom to
remove excess weight.
The cars are judged not only
on speed, but also on design
and creativity. They derby is a


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Cinderella's Closet
in a quest to turn "dresses into dreams," the organizers of Cinderella's Closet bay) gathered an assortment of
new and gently used dinner dresses and formal gowns for girls who, otherwise, woul n't be able to afford a dress
for prom.. Here, Kaylee Denmark is shown with the array of colors and sequinfivhich is currently available.
Private and confidential appointments will be accepted for girls looking "for that perfect gown for that special
night." For more information or to donate formal gowns, please call Libby Den ark at 584-8563 or e-mail
klb@gtcom.net.


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annual Pinewood Der by


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Nathan Adams Galen Reid VC Amason lzell Montgomery,1r. William Albritton Jeny Parker
RobertAnnin Travis Reid Graham Baumgardner W C Norman Tom Alison Wayne Parker
William Blue A. J. Brother Harry Brown Lester Padgett Bob Annin Jimmy Petty
Rudy Borklund Daniel Simmons Howelll Brown Claude Pepper A.E. Boyer Cecil Poitivent
' Jerry Brown Andy Smith Thornwall 8rown Neville Pettitt Harold Brackett disorge Powers
Bob Childs Karl Stoyer 9 J. W. Boland John Punda Richard Buck Andy Reid
BertClose David Sunderland W. H. Bolton William Pyle Robert Carroll Ed word Rickertson
Matt Eckel Paul Sunderland Robert S. Boyd H. L. Redifer Bob Childs Mack Ruff .
John Fish Reet Tanner Foy Braddock Andy Reid Bernard Dowling James Schoeffer
Josh Goodman Joshua Tedder Richard Buck James W Rollins Matt Eckel Bob Schramm


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David Shores
Wilson Slaughter
R. Solomon
Ron Stone
Nick Trofemuk
William Turek
Jack Walters
John Walters
Tom Watson
Kathy Wilson
Robbins Woodell


William Sasser
Bob Saults
Edward Scott
Morrison Shingler
L.A."Peck" Smith
Ken Spark man
Don Stevenson
Leon Summerall
John Sunderland
CC Tarple
Stan Tyler
Clinton Washington
Gary Weathers
John C Wright, Jr.
Carl Wood
Doyle Wood
Gary Young:


Louis Grantham
Harry Hatch
Jim Herringtor
furtis Johnson
N.C Kleussner
A.L McLeod
Ed McRae
Bob Meissner
Milton Moon
Karl Morgan
Vernon Morgan
Dawn Murray


John Hance
Randy Herndon
Jim Herrington
TA Jacksqn
AndyKane
Charles Kierce
David Milton


Stan Tyler
ErdmanWest
"Abe" Whitlield
Jeff Wood
DougYoder
StevibZip


John Bu swell
Dave Clark
Henry Dorsett
Dana Dowling
Wilkie Gibson
Howard Gornto
Don Grant
James Gray
Darby Grover
Alan Hart
Dr. Lazar Hart
Staff Hathcock
Louis Johnson
Charles Lechner
Bill Lee
A.E.Lewis
C A. McElveen
Harry McRae


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Dan Musgrove
Michael Musgrove
Mike Nelson
Billy New
Chad Pickles
Dou Powers
Tate Powers


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