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Title: Taco times
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Language: English
Publisher: Perry Newspapers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Perry Fla
Creation Date: July 10, 2013
Publication Date: 07/10/2013

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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1961.
General Note: Published on Wednesday.
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028361/00407

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Title: Taco times
Portion of title: Taylor County times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Perry Newspapers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Perry Fla
Creation Date: July 10, 2013
Publication Date: 07/10/2013

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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Perry (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Taylor -- Perry
Coordinates: 30.114444 x -83.5825 ( Place of Publication )

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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1961.
General Note: Published on Wednesday.
General Note: Description based on: 22nd year, no. 27 (Apr. 11, 1984).

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issn - 0747-2358
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By SUSAN H. LINCOLN Managing editor For Noahs Ark, the animals were said to board two-by-two. That wasnt true of all graduates in Taylor County High Schools Class of 2013, but for six of them, two-by-two is an apt description. Within the Class of 2013, there were three sets of twins and nobody uses double trouble describing them. Double delight is more like it. Madison and Jonathan Thomas are the oldest of the six with March 16, 1995, as the day they were born to parents Janet and Cal Thomas. Seven days later, on March 21, Ethan and Lucas Allbritton were born to parents, Linda and Brian Allbritton. One month later, on April 21, Ashley and Adam Anderson were born to Kim and Darin Anderson. Some have suggested that a closer inspection of the water within the City of Perry about nine months prior might have been warranted. Brian is a twin, so when I learned I was pregnant, I asked Dr. McDavid about the possibility of having twins. He said it was improbable, although he admitted that he was a twin and had fathered a set of twins, said Linda (Allbritton). The Allbrittons had a girl, Blair, whom they took to the appointment where the ultrasound would be performed, promising her a surprise. The nurse enjoyed that story and then told Brian to sit down because she had a surprise for him too. Twins, she said. That was 18 years ago. Were alike in some ways, admitted Ethan. But were mostly different, added Lucas. Shes more protective, said Adam. Hes right, said Ashley. I think we get along better than they do, said Madison and Jonathan, almost in unison, speaking of the other twins. See if you can keep this straight: Ethan is enrolled in North Florida Community College (NFCC) where he plans to earn an AA degree. From there, the future is wide open. Lucas is headed to Tallahassee Community College (TCC) for an AA degree, and then hopes to study architecture at the University of Florida or Florida A&M University (FAMU). The Allbrittons older sister, Blair, is already studying architecture at FAMU. I guess she was an inuence, admitted Ethan, but Ive always wanted to do something creative. Father Brian needed sympathy. Ill have three Need a business plan?Taylor Countys Small Business Development Center (SBDC) will host a free workshop on Business Plan Development Thursday, July 18, at the Chamber of Commerce. Complimentary lunch will be provided during the noon event. Gail Lee, a small business expert, will facilitate the workshop. Seating is limited and reservations are required. For more information, please call the chamber at 584-5366.Families invited to tee-off at Putt-Putt Golf July 20Families are invited to register now for the rst Chamber Family Putt-Putt Golf Tournament planned Saturday, July 20, at the KOA Campground. The event will be held from 9 a.m. to noon; breakfast and lunch will be provided. Prizes will be awarded to the top teams. Admission is $30 per twoperson team (one child under 12/one adult). Everyone will be invited to swim following the tournament. For additional information or to register your team, please call 584-5366.Register now for Pre-KTaylor County Pre-K is currently accepting registrations for the upcoming school year. Registration packets are available at the school. Parents/guardians may call 838-2535 for more information. Serving the Tree Capital of the South Since 1961 TacoTimes 50 One Section52nd year, No. 28www.perrynewspapers.comWednesdayJuly 10, 2013 Index Editorial . .................. A-2 Living . ...................... A-3 Religion . ................... A-4 Sports . ..................... A-5 Community . ............. A-6 Classieds . .............. A-7Weather Wednesday 91 7150% Thursday90 72 50% News Forum two-by-two two-by-two The Allbrittons and Andersons (shown above) as well as the Thomases Jonathan and Madison Thomas admit to being Please see page 6Three sets of twins spell double delight for TCHS Class of 2013 A Camilla, Ga., pilot was forced to make an emergency landing Saturday on U.S. 27 near County Road 30 with no damage to the plane and all four people onboard escaping injury. According to Perry-Foley Airport Manager Bill Roberts, the plane, a Beachcraft Bonanza, wasnt scratched in the landing. Roberts said the plane was enroute to Ft. Lauderdale when it began experiencing engine failure. There were two couples onboard. Two of them were pilots. They were able to land the plane. Having two pilots on board was a benet to help go through the checklists and then nd a place to land, he said. They actually went through the railroad crossing. That was some pretty precise ying there. Roberts said he was contacted and, while not at the airport at the time, was able to coordinate getting the plane towed to the airport, where it still remains pending an inspection by the Federal Aviation Administration. Engine trouble forces pilot down on U.S. 27 The Taylor County RESTORE Act Committee is seeking potential projects to consider should the county receive money from Clean Water Act penalties levied against British Petroleum (BP) for the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Although the litigation involving the penalties is ongoing, Taylor County could receive between $3 million and $12 million depending on the eventual settlement. If the money is going to be handed to the county, we want to be prepared and give the issue due diligence and forethought, County Administrator Jack Brown said. The county commission appointed 11 citizens in April to serve on the RESTORE Act Committee, which is tasked with advising the commission on how to spend whatever funds the county ultimately receives. The committee recently approved a pre-proposal form, which is now available at the front desk of the Courthouse Annex as well as online at www. taylorcountygov.com. Forms must be turned in no later than Aug. 30 at 5 p.m. to the ofce of the county administrator (201 E. Please see page 10How would you spend $12 million? RESTORE accepting proposals$10,000 reward offered in 1974 unsolved homicideA $10,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest of the perpetrator(s) of the 1974 murder of James Norris whose body was found in Dixie County, near the Dixie-Taylor line. Tipsters can remain anonymous. Someone has the information we need to solve this murder, said Florida Department of Law Enforcement Commissioner Gerald Bailey. We are asking anyone with information to call 1-888-ANY-TIPS and help us take these dangerous criminals off the street. We have a great deal of information regarding this case and believe we are close to an arrest, said Dixie County Sheriff Dewey H. Hatcher, Sr. Just a little information could crack this Please see page 10 Jason Wilson Wall, 31, was formally charged with driving under the inuence (DUI) manslaughter and DUI with serious bodily injury Monday, July 8nearly two years after the death of Erin Nichole (Walker) Lawless, the Perry mother who died in a car crash the night she turned 28 years old and some ve weeks after the Florida Highway Patrol (FHP) issued a warrant for his arrest. Wall, who was in court for a motion hearing related to the case, was arrested and ordered held on a $100,000 bond. He remained in custody at the Taylor County Jail as of presstime Tuesday. During Mondays court proceedings, it was noted that Wall had been arrested for DUI subsequent to the crash that killed Lawless and critically injured three others (himself included). Wall arrested Monday for DUI deathPlease see page 10A 66-year-old Greenville woman was killed when she pulled into the path of an oncoming log truck Monday, July 8, in Buckville. Joanne Marie Hurst was traveling south on C.R. 53 around 8:13 a.m. when for unknown reasonsshe pulled into the path of a loaded 2004 Mack log truck that was headed west on U.S. 27. The front of the semitruck struck Hursts 2009 Toyota on the drivers side, pushing the SUV through the parking lot of the Jiffy Food Store. The vehicles came to a nal stop on the south shoulder of U.S. 27. Hurst was pronounced dead at the scene; the truck driver, Burton Ellis Beasley, 44, of Lake City, was not injured.Greenville woman killed in crash Jason Wall

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A-3 Taco Times July 10, 2013 Living Angela Mendoza and Recie Culpepper (center, left and right) are pictured with Kiwanians Gil Williams and Don Lincoln at the July 3 club meeting. 5 tips for brain health Can a better diet prevent onset of Alzheimers? Although Alzheimers Disease devastates far too many families each year, it is not inevitable. Even if Alzheimers runs in your family, some experts believe you may prevent or at least delay the onset of dementia. You may increase your chances of maintaining a healthy brain well into old age if you add these ve tips to your everyday life. Eat Smart for a Healthier Brain Researchers have found that the right diet may delay the onset of Alzheimers or lower your risk by as much as 40 percent. Be sure to eat foods high in antioxidants because they protect all of your cells, including brain cells. Foods with the highest amount of antioxidants include the following: Just as the right diet can help prevent heart disease, high blood pressure or cancer, health experts are nding that boosting foods include salmon, spinach and extra virgin olive oil. These foods play a positive role in overall mind health so make them a part of your daily regime. Exercise Regularly Regular exercise keeps the mind active while increasing blood ow to the brain, protecting against dementia related diseases. Exercising regularly may not be as easy as it sounds, but even deciding to skip riding the elevator and instead use the stairs will help. The key is to motivate yourself. Motivation is as important to mental tasks as it is to any other. Play Games brain games, that is. Partake in fun, daily brain exercises to keep your mind active. Regular use of the brain has been shown to generate new growth of neuronal pathways, and maybe even halt the decline of mental function that often comes with age. Numerous websites offer fast, fun brain games that will train your brain and boost its daily activity. Check out these websites for some effective, enjoyable games to feed your brain and develop Change Your Environment To keep your brain properly stimulated, it is important to keep changing your environment. Walk more places instead of driving, and use a different route. Explore your community: eat at restaurants you always passed by but never decided to go. Changing the environment helps change the brain. Its not enough to do the things you routinely do like the daily crossword. You have to learn new things, like Breathe Make sure to always stop and take a breath: more air in means more oxygen in the blood and therefore in the brain. you think clearly. Do not let stress pile up and get in your way of enjoying those deep breaths. Take two minutes out of your busy day to close your eyes, pay attention to only your breath and say omm. Meditation, even if for only a minute, helps ght against cortisol, which is the chronic stress that oods your brain and impairs your memory. Most importantly: do something you enjoy. This is a way to both lower stress and rev up your brain. Support group meets here on 4th Thursday; youre invited! Recie Culpepper and Angela Mendoza came to Perry to extend an invitation and spread the word: the Alzheimers Project, based in Tallahassee, holds support group meetings in Perry on the fourth Thursday of each month. If you are a caregiver for anyone with Meetings are held at First Presbyterian church from 10:30 until 11:30 a.m. It gives these caregivers an opportunity to hear from others about the same challenges, said Culpepper. We always hear, I thought I was the only one dealing with that. Well, invariably, you are not the only one. Mendoza echoed that sentiment and encouraged individuals in Perry to come to the July 22 meeting. We present coping skills and offer suggestions on various strategies. The Alzheimers Project was started Tallahassee in 1991. It now offers free services to 10 counties, including Taylor. They applaud the respite care offered in various locations, where caregivers have a few hours to catch up on errands or responsibilities. That, they admit, would be a future goal for Perry. Culpepper and Mendoza shared statistics Club, emphasizing the support they can offer by connecting local caregivers with organizations which offer additional help or opportunities for further education. Culpepper serves as volunteer manager, and Mendoza works as rural outreach

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A-4 Taco Times July 10, 2013 Religion Obituaries William Raymond Bramlett William Raymond Bramlett, 79, of Perry, died July 3, 2013, at Malcolm Randall Veterans Hospital in Gainesville. He was born Jan. 2, 1934, in Rockmart, Ga., to Roy E. and Mildred (Stegall) Bramlett. He was preceded in death by his parents; a brother, Eddie Bramlett; and a granddaughter, Elizabeth Collins Bishop. Mr. Bramlett was a veteran of the United States Air Force, having served in Korea. He is survived by his wife of 30 years, Martha Newell Bramlett of Perry; son, William (Kharis) Bramlett, and daughter Elaine (Jackie) Sloan of Cartersville, Ga.; a sister, Shirley Hateld of Cartersville; step-children Clay (Cathy) Faglie of Fort White, Connie (Scott) Burt of Rutherfordton, N.C. and Kim (Glenn) Young of Perry; as well as 10 grandchildren and six greatgrandchildren. Private arrangements are under the care of Neptune Crematory. In lieu of owers, please make a donation to your local Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW).Stella NeSmithStella NeSmith, 84, died March 29, 2013, in Richmond, Va. She was predeceased by her husband, Edwin NeSmith who was of Perry. She is survived by two sons, Max of Virginia and James of South Carolina; a daughter, Joy, of Virginia.; ve grandchildren; and one sister, Simone Fedin, of Phoenixville, Penn. Graveside services will be held at Woodlawn Cemetery at 10 a.m. on Saturday, July 20, with Burns Funeral Home in charge. Richard John AllenRichard John Allen, 70, of Perry, died June 24, 2013, at his residence in Perry. He was born June 5, 1943, in Willsboro, N.Y., to the late Maynard and Olive (Amidon) Allen. A veteran of the United States Army, Mr. Allen served 20 years and was honorably discharged as a staff sergeant in 1987. Photography was among his hobbies. Survivors include: two daughters, Sherry Lyn Chavez and her husband Michael of Wichita, Kan., and Linda Park Fountain of Lawton, Okla.; ve grandchildren; one brother, Charles Allen of New York; three sisters, Ruth Merrick and Eva Sanford, both of New York, and Linda May of Orlando; as well as a host of nieces and nephews. Services were held at Bushnell National Cemetery on Tuesday, July 9, at 11 a.m. All arrangements were under the care of Joe P. Burns Funeral Home. HOMECOMINGS Shady Grove invites all to worship Shady Grove Missionary Baptist Church will observe Homecoming this Sunday, July 14. Services begin at 11 a.m. and lunch will follow. Everyone is invited to attend. Cavaliers will sing at San Pedro San Pedro Baptist Church is planning Homecoming services for Sunday, July 14, beginning at 11 a.m. Lunch will follow worship, and then a gospel sing will feature The Cavaliers plus other local talent. Pastor James Roberts invites all members and former members, all former pastors and friends to gather for this day of worship and fellowship.

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A-6 Taco Times July 10, 2013 Community Newly crowned Miss Tahiti 2013 has Taylor County ties Gov. Rick Scott has announced four appointments to the North Florida Community College (NFCC) District Board of Trustees, including Dawn Gunter of Perry. Gunter, 30, is an operations and management consultant with the Florida Department of Health. She received her bachelors degree and masters degree in business administration from Florida State University and is currently a member of the Florida Public Health Association. She succeeds Lester Padgett and was appointed for a term that began July 1 and will end May 31, 2015. She and her husband, City of Perry mayor Daryll Gunter, have one son, Chip. The other board appointees include: 66, of Greenville, is retired and was previously international director for the Metro Orlando Economic Development Commission. Benoit serves on the board for the Economic Development Advisory Committee. She succeeds John Maultsby. is the president of Briggs, Land Surveying, Inc on the Madison County Development Council and the Madison County Planning and Zoning Board. He lls a vacant seat. and was previously president and chief executive ofcer of Farmers and Merchants Bank. He succeeds Albert Thomas. Gunter appointed to NFCC trustee board When Mehiata Riaria, 21, was crowned Miss Tahiti 2013 during glittering ceremonies held June 28, the celebration extended across the globe with said, which explains why the twins will be traveling in separate directions but probably living under the same room theyve called home. Adam and Ashley are both going to TCC, with plans to transfer to Florida State University (FSU) after earning their AA degrees. He wants to major in microbiology and go to medical school, hoping to become a general practitioner in a rural area. admitted. Ashley is uncertain about her direction but not uncommitted. In the Thomas set, both are FSU-bound. Madison was accepted into the College of Nursing but admits that she rst thought she wanted to be a doctor. She and Adam attended the Medical Careers workshop and she didnt embrace the emphasis on specializing, so she looked closely, again, at nursing. The Thomas twins older sister, Kelli, is currently in nursing school at NFCC. Both Thomases will enter FSU with a number of credits in their pockets thanks to the dual enrollment program offered through TCHS and NFCC. Jonathan plans to pursue a degree in chemical engineering. Outsiders wonder how competitive twins are. The Allbrittons look at each other and wonder quietly if jealous of each other, but admit. Ethan preferred sports soccer, tennis, football and golf. Lucas liked the band and music, so competition wasnt all-consuming, but you can tell the topic hasnt gone without consideration. comparison. If youre not the best, then people suggest whole demeanor showed his weariness with this analysis. Ethan, too, knows the real-life consequences of made moderately good Lucas said. All the twins laughed, having experienced wouldnt believe what some people sayhow they expect us to be exactly The Allbrittons are the only identical twins in the group. home from the hospital, as babies, Brian was afraid to said Linda. teacher struggled initially. school year with them saying, I dont know what Im going to doI cant tell The twins, however, nd that they are more different the same games, the same genres, but we dont do everything together, and we dont have the same For Brian, this is a departure from what he experienced with his twin Although Bruce now lives in Augusta, Ga., Brian says, see each other about once a The Andersons admit that they didnt do everything together, but they do share initials and seem to gravitate toward the same colors. Adam Logan Anderson and Ashley Lauren Anderson admit academic competition, but it has served them wellthey both make good grades and seem motivated to do their best. said Ashley. The Thomas twins didnt deny the also get along better than That becomes more evident when you ask whats if their parents could be credited with that outcome, they both considered it carefully and decided that was possible. echoed Jonathan. question. Jonathan. And whats the down up with an answer. All three sets of twins can trace their friendship back to Jack n Jill Day Although none of the sets will be separated by great distance in their collegiate pursuits, they each expressed concern that they wont see classmates friends here versus a large Adam points to the good grades which distinguished this class of graduates something who graduated with honors; it was a good pointed to the other with lighthearted laughter. But when asked who was the bossiest, it was handsdown for Madison. Even she voted for herself, later suggesting that instead should be commended for her leadership skills and Both the Thomas parents are FSU graduates, and through their twins will extend the garnet-and-gold connection. Their fathers sister has twins, tooa boy and a girl. Kim Anderson, mother of Adam and Ashley, remembers that her mothers grandmother was a twin, and then it skipped her hoping it might be me or my Bingo. In the Allbritton family, there are twins on both sides. There was a common thread running through these two-by-two groupings, with Noahs Ark in view. They are all Baptists. The Allbrittons attend New Home Baptist; the Andersons are members at Southside Baptist; and the Thomases belong to First Baptist Church. No doubt, they have all heard the story of Noahs Ark. In that old Bible story, not just the animals went two-by-two, but the family members too. The Thomases, Allbrittons and Andersons understand that pairing perfectly. TWO-BY-TWO Continued from page 1 Twins taking separate college paths

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A-10 Taco Times July 10, 2013 case. On the morning of Oct. 4, 1974, San Francisco, Calif., resident James Norris arrived by commercial ight in Miami. He was traveling under the alias Richard Gunning. The investigation shows that Norris traveled to Citrus County to purchase marijuana from an organization operating in that county. The investigation has uncovered the names of members of that organization. Norris was carrying a large amount of cash with the intention of purchasing Columbian-grade marijuana that was not at the time available in California. That afternoon, Norris mailed a postcard to his family from Inglis, Fla. That was the last contact his family had with him. On April 16, 1976, a bulldozer operator cutting through the woods off U.S. Highway 19 in northern Dixie County, near the Taylor County line, came upon skeletal remains. The body remained unidentied until 2011 when advances in DNA allowed the remains of James Norris to be positively identied. A $10,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest of the killer(s) of James Norris. The tipster can remain anonymous. The family of James Norris contributed $6,000 to the reward fund. FDLE and Dixie County Sheriffs Ofce each contributed $1,500 and Crime Stoppers contributed $1,000. If you have information about the murder of James Norris, please contact 1-800-ANY-TIPS. The Norris family has established a website, www. whokilledjamesnorris.com, which describes the familys long search for their loved one. Green St., Perry, FL 32347) in a sealed envelope or box clearly marked RESTORE Act Pre-Proposal. According to the form, projects are being sought in one or more of the following areas: protection of the natural resources, ecosystems, sheries, marine and wildlife habitats, beaches, and coastal wetlands of the Taylor coastal region; to sh, wildlife and natural resources; federally approved marine, coastal or comprehensive conservation management plan, including sheries monitoring; and job creation; on state parks located in coastal areas affected by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill; beneting the economy or ecological resources; and related infrastructure; and and seafood consumption in the Taylor coast region. For projects involving property, respondents are asked to indicate whether the land is public or private and if he or she has ownership of the property in question. Additionally, the form asks for the following questions about the proposal: the economic (jobs, infrastructure, tourism, etc.) and environmental benets (habitat, quality, knowledge, long-term sustainability, etc.). funds available for use, and any cooperative support from governmental or other agencies. for project completion. Explain the technical and environmental feasibility (including any permitting considerations) of the project. qualications of the submitting entity, the sustainability and the economic feasibility and sustainability of the project (probability of success, etc.). anticipated results of the project, and whether it is included in the TAYLOR County Comprehensive and Mitigation Plan. cost of maintenance? for on-going maintenance? According to Brown, there still is no timetable on when the county will be told if it will receive RESTORE Act funds and how much those funds will be. The RESTORE Act Committee consists of Jody Courtney, Mike Deming, Robert Lanier, Neel Lindsey, Rhoda Moehring, Charles Norwood, Stan Ridgeway, Robert Stefanelli Jr., Dawn Jim Zurbrick. REWARD Continued from page 1 Norris came to Florida to buy Columbian-grade marijuana RESTORE Continued from page 1 Committee will review project proposals, make recommendations to commissioners order, stating that he must wear an alcohol monitor if he is released and that he must refrain from driving. The arrest afdavit led Friday, July 5, with the Clerk of Court ofce reected ve recommended charges: DUI manslaughter, DUI with personal injury, DUI with serious bodily injury, DUI with property damage, driving with with serious bodily injury. Florida Highway Patrol (FHP) Trafc Homicide Coordinator Sgt. Aaron Stephens said Tuesday the have a valid drivers license at the time of the fatal car crash. with just DUI manslaughter (for Lawlesss death) and DUI with serious bodily injury (for injuries sustained by passenger Christopher Carnley). extended period of time in the hospital recuperating. A fourth individual, Christine Marie Arnold of Clermont, was also injured in the wreck. ejected from the 2005 GMC Envoy; statements obtained by Arnold and Carnley--along with physical evidence--helped time the crash happened. The fatal crash happened around 2 a.m. on U.S. Highway 19 South at Josh Ezell Road on Sept. 4, 2011. The SUV ran off the roadway, struck an embankment and went airborne. It overturned at least two times, ejecting all four occupants. Her husband and two young children survived Lawless. She was the granddaughter of the late Alma Red Cross, and assisted her grandmother in disaster relief efforts during Hurricane Erin in 1995. Her parents are Keith DUI DEATH Continued from page 1 1 dead, 3 critically injured in crash Blood drive set for this Friday OneBlood will hold a blood drive Friday, July 12, from 3:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Walmart. All donors will receive a $10 Walmart gift card and a wellness checkup including a cholesterol screening. Walk-ins are welcome and no appointment is necessary.